Epson FEH300b User`s manual

Display Attached Controller
@E.Terminal for MC
USER'S MANUAL
Hardware
FEH300c
Preface
This hardware edition of the user’s manual describes system composition, specifications, and handling of the @E.Terminal.
In order to operate the hardware properly, please read this user’s manual carefully. When using modules or peripheral
devices, be sure to read the corresponding user’s manuals listed below.
Title
Manual No.
Contents
@E.Terminal for MC
User's Manual <Function>
FEH301
Describes functions and the usage of motion control content
for @E.Terminal for MC.
V8 series Hardware Specifications
2016NEx
Hardware specifications and handling procedures of the
MONITOUCH V8 series are explained.
V8 series Reference Manual
1055NEx
Describes functions and the usage of the MONITOUCH V8
series.
V series Macro Reference
1056NEx
Describes overview of the macro of the V-SFT version 5,
the usage of the macro editor and contents of the macro
commands.
V8 series Introductory Manual
1057NEx
Describes basic operation of the MONITOUCH V8 series.
V8 series Operation Manual
1058NEx
Describes contents about operations such as structure of
V-SFT-5, instruction to edit items and restrictions.
V8 series Connection Manual
2201NEx
The connection and communication parameters for the V8
series and controllers are explained in detail.
User's Manual Hardware, MICREX-SX series
SPH
FEH201
Describes the system configuration, the specifications and
operations of modules in the MICREX-SX series.
User's Manual Instruction (Standard Loader),
MICREX-SX series
FEH588
Describes the memory, language and system definitions of
the MICREX-SX series.
User's Manual SX-Programmer Standard
<Reference>, MICREX-SX series
FEH590
Describes the menu and icon of the SX-Programmer
Standard all of the operations of the SX-Programmer
Standard.
User's Manual Instruction (D300win),
MICREX-SX series
FEH200
Describes the memory, language and system definitions of
the MICREX-SX series.
User's Manual D300win <Reference>,
MICREX-SX series
FEH257
Describes the menu and icon of D300winV3 and all of the
operations of D300winV3.
FALDIC α series User's Manual, RYS-V Type
MHT258 (Eng)
Describes the specifications and operations of FALDIC
α series.
ALPHA 5 series User's Manual,
RYT-SX Type
MEHT301
Describes the specifications and operations of ALPHA 5
series.
In addition to the above manuals, the following Fuji Electric Systems Co., Ltd. site offers various manuals and technical
documents associated with the @E.Terminal for MC.
URL
http://www.fesys.co.jp/eng/
Notes
1. This manual may not be reproduced in whole or part in any form without prior written approval by the manufacturer.
2. The contents of this manual (including specifications) are subject to change without prior notice.
3. If you find any ambiguous or incorrect descriptions in this manual, please write them down (along with the manual
No. shown on the cover) and contact FUJI.
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Safety Precautions
Be sure to read the “Safety Precautions” thoroughly before using the module.
Here, the safety precaution items are classified into “Warning” and “Caution.”
Warning : Incorrect handling of the device may result in death or serious injury.
Caution
: Incorrect handling of the device may result in minor injury or physical damage.
Even some items indicated by “Caution” may also result in a serious accident.
Both safety instruction categories provide important information. Be sure to strictly observe these instructions.
Warning
◊ Never use the output signal of @E.Terminal for operations that may threaten human life or damage the system, such
as signals used in case of emergency. Please design the system so that it can cope with the malfunctions of a touch
switch. A malfunction of a touch switch will result in machine accident or damage.
◊ Turn off the power supply when you set up the unit, connect new cables or perform maintenance or inspections.
Otherwise, electrical shock or damage may occur.
◊ Never touch any terminals while the power is on. Otherwise, electric shock may occur.
◊ You must put a cover on the terminals on the unit when you turn the power on and operate the unit. Otherwise,
electric shock may occur.
◊ The liquid crystal in the LCD panel is a hazardous substance. If the LCD panel is damaged, do not ingest the leaked
liquid crystal. If the liquid crystal spills on skin or clothing, use soap and wash off thoroughly.
◊ Never disassemble, recharge, deform by pressure, short-circuit, reverse the polarity of the lithium battery, nor dispose
of the lithium battery in fire. Failure to follow these conditions will lead to explosion or ignition.
◊ Never use a lithium battery that is deformed, leaks, or shows any other signs of abnormality. Failure to follow these
conditions will lead to explosion or ignition.
◊ The power lamp flashes when the backlight is at the end of life or is faulty. However, the switches on the screen are
operable at this time. Do not touch the screen when the screen becomes dark and the power lamp flashes.
Otherwise, a malfunction may occur and result in machine accident or damage.
Safety Precautions
Caution
◊ Check the appearance of the unit when it is unpacked. Do not use the unit if any damage or deformation is found.
Failure to do so may lead to fire, damage or malfunction.
◊ For use in a facility or for a system related to nuclear energy, aerospace, medical, traffic equipment, or mobile
installations, please consult your local distributor.
◊ Operate (or store) @E.Terminal under the conditions indicated in this manual and related manuals. Failure to do so
could cause fire, malfunction, physical damage or deterioration.
◊ Understand the following environmental limits for use and storage of @E.Terminal. Otherwise, fire or damage to the
unit may result.
- Avoid locations where there is a possibility that water, corrosive gas, flammable gas, solvents, grinding fluids or
cutting oil can come into contact with the unit.
- Avoid high temperature, high humidity, and outside weather conditions, such as wind, rain or direct sunlight.
- Avoid locations where excessive dust, salt, and metallic particles are present.
- Avoid installing the unit in a location where vibration or physical shock may be transmitted.
◊ Equipment must be correctly mounted so that the main terminal of @E.Terminal will not be touched inadvertently.
Otherwise, an accident or electric shock may occur.
◊ Check periodically that terminal screws on the power supply terminal block and fixtures are firmly tightened. Loosened
screws may result in fire or malfunction.
◊ Tighten terminal screws on the power supply terminal block of display part equally to a torque of 0.8 N·m for the
NP5M0101-5H4/4H4, NP5N0011-5H4/4H4, or 1.2 N·m for the NP5M0101-3H4/NP5N-0011-3H4. And tighten terminal
screws on the power supply terminal block of the controller unit equally to a torque of 0.5 to 0.6 N·m. Improper
tightening of screws may result in fire, malfunction, or trouble.
◊ Tighten mounting screws on the unit equally to a torque of 0.5 to 0.7 N·m. Excessive tightening may distort the panel
surface. Loose tightening may cause @E.Terminal to come off, malfunction or be short-circuited.
◊ @E.Terminal has a glass screen. Do not drop or give physical shock to the unit. Otherwise, the screen may be
damaged.
◊ Connect the cables correctly to the terminals of @E.Terminal in accordance with the specified voltage and wattage.
Over-voltage, over-wattage, or incorrect cable connection could cause fire, malfunction or damage to the unit.
◊ Be sure to establish a ground of @E.Terminal. The FG terminal must be used exclusively for the unit with the level of
grounding resistance less than 100Ω. Otherwise, electric shock or a fire may occur.
◊ Prevent any conductive particles from entering into @E.Terminal. Failure to do so may lead to fire, damage, or
malfunction.
◊ After wiring is finished, remove the paper used as a dust cover before starting to operate @E.Terminal. Operation with
the cover attached may result in accident, fire, malfunction, or trouble.
◊ Do not attempt to repair @E.Terminal at your site. Ask us or the designated contractor for repair.
◊ Do not repair, disassemble or modify @E.Terminal. We are not responsible for any damages resulting from repair,
disassembly or modification of @E.Terminal that was performed by an unauthorized person.
◊ Do not use a sharp-pointed tool when pressing a touch switch. Doing so may damage the screen. Doing so may
damage the screen.
◊ Only experts are authorized to set up the unit, connect the cables or perform maintenance and inspection.
◊ Lithium batteries contain combustible material such as lithium or organic solvent. Mishandling may cause heat,
explosion or ignition resulting in fire or injury. Read related manuals carefully and handle the lithium battery correctly
as instructed.
◊ When using @E.Terminal that has analog switch resolution with resistance film, do not press two or more points on the
screen at the same time. If two or more positions are pressed at the same time, the switch located between the
pressed positions activates.
◊ Take safety precautions during such operations as setting change during running, forced output, start, and stop.
Any misoperation may cause unexpected machine motions, resulting in machine accident or damage.
◊ In facilities where a failure of @E.Terminal could lead to accident threatening human life or other serious damage, be
sure that the facilities are equipped with adequate safeguards.
◊ At the time of disposal, @E.Terminal must be treated as industrial waste.
◊ Before touching @E.Terminal, discharge static electricity from your body by touching grounded metal. Excessive static
electricity may cause malfunction or trouble.
◊ The LED lamp on the CF card interface cover illuminates in red when the power is supplied to the CF card.
Never remove the CF card or turn off the power of @E.Terminal while the LED lamp is lit. Doing so may destroy the
data on the CF card. Check that the LED lamp has gone off before removing the CF card or turning off the power of
@E.Terminal.
Safety Precautions
[General Notes]
• Never bundle control cables nor input/output cables with high-voltage and large-current carrying cables such as
power supply cables. Keep these cables at least 200 mm away from the high-voltage and large-current carrying
cables. Otherwise, malfunction may occur due to noise.
• When using @E.Terminal in an environment where a source of high-frequency noise is present, it is recommended
that the FG shielded cable (communication cable) be grounded at its ends. However, the cable may be grounded
only at one end if this is necessary due to unstable communication conditions or for any other reason.
• Plug connectors or sockets of @E.Terminal in the correct orientation. Failure to do so may lead to damage or
malfunction.
• If a LAN cable is inserted into the MJ1 or MJ2 connector on @E.Terminal, the counterpart device may be
damaged. Check the indication on the unit and insert a cable into the correct position.
• Do not use thinners for cleaning because they may discolor @E.Terminal surface. Use alcohol or benzine
commercially available.
• If a data receive error occurs when @E.Terminal and the counterpart (PLC, temperature controller, etc.) are
started at the same time, read the manual for the counterpart unit and remove the error correctly.
• Avoid discharging static electricity on the mounting panel of @E.Terminal. Static charges can damage the unit and
cause malfunctions. Otherwise, malfunction may occur due to noise.
• Avoid prolonged display of any fixed pattern. Due to the characteristics of the liquid crystal display, an afterimage
may occur. If a prolonged display of a fixed pattern is expected, use the auto OFF function of the backlight.
[Notes on LCD]
Note that the following conditions may occur under normal circumstances.
• The response time, brightness and colors of @E.Terminal may be affected by the ambient temperature.
• Tiny spots (dark or luminescent) may appear on the display due to the liquid crystal characteristics.
• There are variations in brightness and colors on each unit.
• Cold cathode tubes are incorporated into the LCD display for backlights. Optical properties (brightness, irregular
colors, etc.) may change in a low-temperature environment or over time of operation.
Revisions
*Manual No. is shown on the cover.
Printed on
*Manual No.
Revision contents
Aug. 2008
FEH300
First edition
Nov. 2008
FEH300a
- Display part is changed from UG40 series to V8 series.
- Accessory "Noise filter" is eliminated from controller hardware version "03" or later.
Dec. 2008
FEH300b
@E.Terminal (No contents installed) was added.
Jun. 2009
FEH300c
"Appendix 2 Specification of 256K Step Products (No contents installed)" was added.
Contents
Preface
Safety Precautions
Revisions
Contents
Page
Section 1 General ......................................................................................... 1-1
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
Overview of @E.Terminal for MC ................................................................................................. 1-1
Appearance .................................................................................................................................... 1-2
Types ............................................................................................................................................... 1-3
System Composition ..................................................................................................................... 1-5
Section 2 Specifications .............................................................................. 2-1
2-1 Specifications ................................................................................................................................ 2-1
2-1-1 General specifications ........................................................................................................................... 2-1
2-1-2 Display unit specifications ..................................................................................................................... 2-2
2-1-3 Controller unit specifications ................................................................................................................. 2-6
2-2 Dimensions and Panel Cut-out ..................................................................................................... 2-8
2-2-1 External dimensions and panel cut-out dimensions for the NP5M0101-5H4/NP5N0011-5H4 ............ 2-8
2-2-2 External dimensions and panel cut-out dimensions for the NP5M0101-4H4/NP5N0011-4H4 ............ 2-9
2-2-3 External dimensions and panel cut-out dimensions for the NP5M0101-3H4/NP5N0011-3H4 .......... 2-10
2-3 Names and Functions ................................................................................................................. 2-11
2-3-1 Display unit .......................................................................................................................................... 2-11
2-3-2 Controller unit ...................................................................................................................................... 2-14
2-4 Serial Connector .......................................................................................................................... 2-16
2-5 Modular Jack (MJ1 / MJ2) ........................................................................................................... 2-17
2-6 Dip Switches ................................................................................................................................ 2-18
Section 3 Installation.................................................................................... 3-1
3-1 Mounting Procedure ...................................................................................................................... 3-1
3-2 Power Supply Cable Wiring .......................................................................................................... 3-2
Section 4 Inspection and Maintenance ....................................................... 4-1
4-1 Inspection and Maintenance ......................................................................................................... 4-1
4-1-1 Daily inspection ..................................................................................................................................... 4-1
4-1-2 Periodical inspection ............................................................................................................................. 4-1
4-2 Battery Replacement ..................................................................................................................... 4-2
4-3 Maintenance Services ................................................................................................................... 4-4
4-3-1 Ordering notes ....................................................................................................................................... 4-4
4-3-2 Free-of-charge warranty period and scope of warranty ........................................................................ 4-4
4-3-3 Service costs ......................................................................................................................................... 4-4
Appendix 1 About Project for @E.Terminal (No contents installed) .......... App. 1-1
Appendix 2 Specification of 256K Step Products (No contents installed) . App.2-1
Section 1 General
Page
1-1 Overview of @E.Terminal for MC ............................................................................... 1-1
1-2 Appearance ................................................................................................................. 1-2
1-3 Types ............................................................................................................................ 1-3
1-4 System Composition .................................................................................................. 1-5
Section 1 General
1-1 Overview of @E.Terminal for MC
The @E.Terminal for MC Display Attached Controller is an all-in-one programmable operation display and motion controller.
Features:
1) The guidance function of the display screen allows you to easily set up parameters and positioning data
previously set up by a dedicated machine.
Also, it enables easy equipment maintenance.
2) The SX bus allows one-touch connection of up to eight servo amplifiers (axes) (FALDIC-α and APLHA5 VS
type), minimizing the need for wires. (5.7 inch model can connect up to 4 of ALPHA5 VS type)
3) The upper level controller can be connected by Ethernet and the like.
4) The lineup includes three different display screen sizes. 5.7 inch, 8 inch, 10 inch and 12 inch models are
available.
5) The content corresponding to motion is supplied in the standard package.
Content for PTP control and synchronous control (ratio synchronization, cycle synchronization, flying shear, and
rotary shear) are provided.
Ethernet, etc.
@E.Terminal for MC
Contents for motion control
• Screen data
• Controller built-in software
Motion functions
(Setting/Display)
SX bus Note)
Note: The SX bus is a MICREX-SX series dedicated high-speed serial bus.
1-1
1-2 Appearance
@E.Terminal for MC is composed of a programmable operation display (the display unit) and a controller unit attached to
the back of the display unit.
The controller unit is attached with screws to the connector area of the communication unit at the back of the display unit,
similar to the way in which the communication unit is attached.
Type 12
Controller unit
Type 10
Side
Display unit
Type 8
Controller unit
CN7
CN5
Front
ONL
ERR
UROM
RUN
ALM
BAT
SX-BUS
IN
4:RUN
3:U-TERM
2:TERM
1:STOP
CPU
No.
OUT
+
24V DC
FG
CF
USER ROM CARD
USB
LOADER
MJ1
MJ2
CN1
Back
1-2
LAN
U-B
U-A
1-3 Types
- @E.Terminal for MC
Product types
Display size
Specifications
NP5M0101-5H4
12.1 inches
NP5M0101-4H4
10.4 inches
NP5M0101-3H4
8.4 inches
- TFT color, 800 x 600 dots, DC power supply
- Controller unit
- Contents of the motion control
(Screen data, built in software in the controller)
- @E.Terminal (No contents installed)
Product types
Display size
Specifications
NP5N0011-5H4
12.1 inches
NP5N0011-4H4
10.4 inches
• TFT color, 800 x 600 dots, DC power supply
• Controller unit
• No contents installed
NP5N0011-3H4
8.4 inches
- Accessories
Product types
Names
NP5M0101-5H4
NP5M0101-4H4
NP5M0101-3H4
NP5N0011-5H4
NP5N0011-4H4
NP5N0011-3H4
Instruction Manual
Quantity
1
Backup CD of the @E.Terminal for MC
Note1)
1
SX bus terminating plug
2
Screw driver
1
Fixture
4
Binder for USB cable (Only NP5M0101-3H4/NP5N0011-3H4)
1
USB cable cramp for port A/B (Only NP5M0101-5H4/4H4, NP5N0011-5H4/4H4)
2
M3 x 8 screw for USB cable cramp (Only NP5M0101-5H4/4H4, NP5N0011-5H4/4H4)
2
Noise filter
1
Note2)
Note 1: Backup CD is not attached to NP5N0011-5H4/4H4/3H4.
Note 2: Noise filter is not attached from controller unit hardware version “03” or later.
- Screen drawing tools
Names
Types
Specifications
Configuration software:
English version
V-SFT-5
Screen editor:
Windows98SE/NT4.0/Me/2000/XP/XP64Edition/Vista32-bit
compatible
Screen data transfer cable V-CP
3m, Used for connection between the V8 series and a personal
computer.
- Programming support tool for controller
Names
Types
Specifications
SX-Programmer Standard
NP4H-SWN
Programming support tool SX-Programmer Standard,
Standard expansion FB, Windows95/98/ME/2000/XP/NT4.0
SX-Programmer Expert
(D300win)
NP4H-SEDBV3
IEC61131-3 based on Programming support tool D300winV3,
Standard expansion FB, Windows2000/XP/NT4.0
Support tool cable
NW0H-CNV
RS-232C/RS-422 converter for the programming support tool for AT
compatible personal computer
NW0H-CA3
Support tool connection cable (Used to combined the NW0H-CNV)
1-3
1-3 Types
- Auxiliaries and others
Names
Types
Specifications
Battery for display unit
V7-BT
Replacement lithium primary battery for the V8 series
Replacement backlight for
TFT
V812-FL
Replacement backlight for V812 TFT
V810-FL
Replacement backlight for V810S TFT
V808S-FL
Replacement backlight for V808S TFT
Battery for controller
NP8P-BT
Primary lithium battery for memory data backup for controller unit
SX bus terminating plug
NP8B-BP
For SX bus loop terminating (1 piece)
SX bus expansion cabl
NP1C-P3
Cable length: 300mm
NP1C-P6
Cable length: 600mm
NP1C-P8
Cable length: 800mm
NP1C-02
Cable length: 2000mm
NP1C-05
Cable length: 5000mm
NP1C-10
Cable length: 10000mm
NP1C-15
Cable length: 15000mm
NP1C-25
Cable length: 25000mm
* For information about peripheral accessories of the display unit not documented in this manual, please refer to
“V8 series Hardware Specifications (2016NEx)”.
1-4
1-4 System Composition
The following illustration shows the system composition of @E.Terminal for MC.
PLC/general purpose
computer
Ethernet/RS-232C or RS-485
LAN/CN1/MJ1/MJ2
USB-B
SX bus
Up to 8 servos and I/O terminals each
can be connected.
MJ1/MJ2
"V-CP"
Screen editor
"V-SFT-5"
(V5.4.2.0 or later)
External PG
(only No. 1 axis)
@E.Terminal for MC
FALDIC ALPHA5
FALDIC - α
[No. 1 axis]
SX bus station No.: "201"
"NW0H-CNV + NW0H-CA3"
or
commercially available USB cable
[No. 2 axis]
SX bus station No.: "202"
FALDIC ALPHA5
FALDIC - α
Programming support tool
SX-Programmer Standard
"NP4H-SWN" (V2.3.5.1 or later)
SX-Programmer Expert (D300win)
"NP4H-SEDBV3" (V3.4.4.0 or later)
[No. 8 axis]
SX bus station No.: "208"
FALDIC ALPHA5
FALDIC - α
Starting up signal etc.
Note1) SX bus station No. which users can add is 1 to
200.
Note2) Connectable servo amplifier
FALDIC-α (RYS***S3-VSS, RYS***M3-VSK)
FALDIC ALPHA5 (RYT*** 5-VS )
I/O terminal
Input 8 points/
Output 8 points
(NR1SW-16T65DT)
RDY etc.
I/O terminal
Input 8 points/
Output 8 points
(NR1SW-16T65DT)
1-5
SX bus station No.: "221"
SX bus station No.: "228"
Section 2 Specifications
Page
2-1 Specifications .............................................................................................................. 2-1
2-1-1 General specifications ........................................................................................................... 2-1
2-1-2 Display unit specifications ..................................................................................................... 2-2
(1) Display unit specifications ....................................................................................................................... 2-2
(2) Touch switch specifications ..................................................................................................................... 2-2
(3) Function switch specifications ................................................................................................................. 2-2
(4) Interface specifications ........................................................................................................................... 2-3
(5) Clock and backup memory specifications ............................................................................................... 2-3
(6) Drawing environment .............................................................................................................................. 2-4
(7) Display function specifications ................................................................................................................ 2-4
(8) Function performance specifications ...................................................................................................... 2-5
2-1-3 Controller unit specifications ................................................................................................. 2-6
(1) Application performance specifications ................................................................................................... 2-6
(2) Specific system memory ......................................................................................................................... 2-7
2-2 Dimensions and Panel Cut-out .................................................................................. 2-8
2-2-1 External dimensions and panel cut-out dimensions for the
NP5M0101-5H4/NP5N0011-5H4 .......................................................................................... 2-8
2-2-2 External dimensions and panel cut-out dimensions for the
NP5M0101-4H4/NP5N0011-4H4 .......................................................................................... 2-9
2-2-3 External dimensions and panel cut-out dimensions for the
NP5M0101-3H4/NP5N0011-3H4 ........................................................................................ 2-10
2-3 Names and Functions ............................................................................................... 2-11
2-3-1 Display unit .......................................................................................................................... 2-11
(1) NP5M0101-5H4/NP5N0011-5H4 .......................................................................................................... 2-11
(2) NP5M0101-4H4/NP5N0011-4H4 .......................................................................................................... 2-11
(3) NP5M0101-3H4/NP5N0011-3H4 .......................................................................................................... 2-12
2-3-2 Controller unit ...................................................................................................................... 2-14
2-4 Serial Connector ....................................................................................................... 2-16
2-5 Modular Jack (MJ1 / MJ2) ......................................................................................... 2-17
2-6 Dip Switches .............................................................................................................. 2-18
Section 2 Specifications
2-1 Specifications
2-1-1 General specifications
Items
Physical
Operational ambient
environmental temperature
conditions
Storage ambient
temperature
Operational ambient
humidity
Operational altitude
Operational atmosphere
Mechanical
working
conditions
Electrical
working
conditions
Power supply
Pollution degree
Vibration resistance
Shock resistance
Noise resistance
Static electricity
discharge resistance
Rated input voltage
Rated voltage (tolerance)
Permissible momentary
power failure
power supply consumption
(Max. rated)
Rush current
Input terminal block
Display unit
Controller unit
Dielectric strength
Isolation resistance
Dimensions W x H x D (mm)
Mass
Specifications
NP5M0101-5H4
NP5N0011-5H4
0 to +50 °C
NP5M0101-4H4
NP5N0011-4H4
NP5M0101-3H4
NP5N0011-3H4
-10 to +60 °C
85 % RH or less
(Without dew condensation, max. wet-bulb temperature: 39 °C or less)
2000 m or less above sea level (Transport condition: 70 kPa or more)
No corrosive gas, no excessive dust, no conductive dust contamination, and
not stained with organic solvents.
2
(Note1)
Half-amplitude: 0.075 mm, acceleration: 9.8 m/s2,
X, Y, Z: 3 directions for one hour
Peak acceleration: 147 m/s2, X, Y, Z: 3 directions three times each
Rising time: 1 ns, pulse width: 1 µs, Noise voltage: 1.5 kVp-p
(Measured by using a noise simulator.)
Contact: ±4 kV, air: ±8 kV
24V DC
(Note2)
24V DC ±10%
1 ms or less
42 W or less
37 W or less
35 W or less
170 A or less
Terminal block screw: M3.5
- (Connection to the
controller unit)
Tightening torque: 0.8 N· m
Terminal block screw: M3
Tightening torque: 0.5 to 0.6 N· m
500 V AC 1 minute (Between external terminals and frame ground)
500 V DC, 5 MΩ or more
326.4 x 259.6 x 99.0
303.8 x 231.0 x 99.0
233.0 x 178.0 x 96.0
Approx. 3.5 kg
Approx. 3.1 kg
Approx. 2.1 kg
Note 1) Pollution degree 2: This pollution does not conduct usually, but under certain circumstances temporary
conductivity occurs due to condensation.
Note 2) Use 24V DC power supply which comply to UL standard Class2 insulation.
• Installation specifications
Item
Grounding
Protection structure Front panel (Note 1)
Cooling system
Structure
Appropriate mounting panel thickness
Specifications
Less than 100Ω, FG/SG separated
Compliant with IP65 (When using waterproof gasket) (Note 2)
Cooling naturally
Inserted in a mounting panel
1.5 to 5 mm
Note: 1) Protection structure for the front when the @E.Terminal is mounted on the mounting panel.
Note: 2) It is recommended to use the mounting panel whose thickness (steel, stainless) is 3.0 mm or more to keep the
unit compliant with IP65. The strength differs depending on the material of the mounting panel. Check the
environment where the @E.Terminal is used.
2-1
2-1 Specifications
2-1-2 Display unit specifications
(1) Display unit specifications
Item
Display device
Display size
Colors
Display resolution (W x H)
Dot pitch (W x H)
Backlight
Backlight life
(average life of backlight only)
Backlight auto OFF function
Brightness adjustment
Surface sheet material
POWER lamp
NP5M0101-5H4
NP5M0101-4H4
NP5M0101-3H4
NP5N0011-5H4
NP5N0011-4H4
NP5N0011-3H4
TFT color
12.1-inch
10.4-inch
8.4-inch
65,536 colors (without blinks) / 32,768 colors (with blinks)
800 x 600 dots
0.3075 x 0.3075 mm
0.264 x 0.264 mm
0.2135 x 0.213 mm
Cold cathode tube
Approx. 50,000 hours (at the normal temperature of 25° C)
Always ON, random setting
Function switch: 3 levels / Macro: 128 levels
Polycarbonate, 0.3 mm thick
ON: Normal (green)
Blink: Backlight error
(2) Touch switch specifications
Item
Method
Number of switches
Mechanical life
Surface treatment
Specifications
Analog resistance film type
1024 x 1024
One million activations or more
Hard-coated, anti-glare treatment 5 %
(3) Function switch specifications
Item
Number of function switches
Method
Mechanical life
Specifications
8 pcs.
Matrix resistance film type
One million activations or more
2-2
2-1 Specifications
(4) Interface specifications
Modular jack 8-pin
(MJ1/MJ2)
Applications
Applicable
standards
Applications
Applicable
standards
Baud rate
Applications
Applicable
standards
Baud rate
Applications
Applicable
standards
Baud rate
Recommended
cable
Applications
USB-B
USB connector
(USB-A/B)
Applicable
standards
Synchronization
Data length
Parity
Stop bit
Baud rate
USB-A
Item
D-sub 9-pin (CN1)
Ethernet port
100BASE-TX/
10BASE-T
(LAN)
CF card interface
Extensional communication port
(CN5)
Optional unit port (CN7)
Specifications
RS-232C, RS-422/485
Asynchronous type
7- or 8-bit
None, odd, even
1- or 2-bit
4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 76800, 115.2kbps
(187500 bps for MPI connection
(Note))
PLC, temperature controller, barcode reader, etc.
RS-232C, RS-485 (2-wire connection)
Screen data transfer (MJ1), PLC, temperature controller, CREC, barcode reader,
V-I/O, Multi-link 2, V-Link, etc.
Compliant with USB version 1.1
Low speed: 1.5 Mbps, full speed: 12 Mbps
Printer (EPSON PM series), CF card reader/writer
Compliant with USB version 1.1
Low speed: 1.5 Mbps, full speed: 12 Mbps
Screen data transfer, PictBridge-compatible printer
Compliant with IEEE802.3u (100BASE-TX), IEEE802.3 (10BASE-T)
100 Mbps, 10 Mbps
100 Ω UTP (unshielded twist-pair cable), category 5, max. 100 m long
PLC connection, etc.
Compliant with CompactFlashTM
Controller unit connection
(The communication unit is not connectable.)
RGB input/output, video, sound
(The optional unit "GU-xx" is necessary.)
Note) For details, refer to the User’s Manual <V8 Series Connection Manual> (2201NEx).
(5) Clock and backup memory specifications
Item
Battery specification
Backup memory
Backup period
Battery voltage drop detection
Calendar accuracy
Specifications
Coin-type lithium primary cell
SRAM 512 kbytes
Approx. 5 years (Ambient temperature at 25 °C)
Provided (Internal memory of $s167 allocated)
Monthly deviation ±90 s (Ambient temperature at 25 °C)
(Note)
Note) Time loss is approximately 90 seconds a month in an ambient temperature of 25 °C in the non-energized state
(backup with battery). Depending on the ambient temperature, the calendar may lose 356 seconds or advance
189 seconds in a month at the maximum. Correct the clock periodically.
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2-1 Specifications
(6) Drawing environment
Item
Drawing method
Drawing tool
Specifications
Exclusive configuration software
Name of exclusive configuration software: V-SFT-5
Personal computer: Pentium III 800 MHz or above
(Pentium IV 2.0 GHz or above recommended)
OS:
Windows98SE/NT4.0/Me/2000/XP/XP64 Edition/Vista 32-bit
Capacity of hard disk required:
Free space of approx. 850 Mbytes or more
Display:
Resolution 1024 x 800 or above
Screen color: 16 bits or more
(7) Display function specifications
Item
Specifications
Interface language
Characters
(Note: 1)
Japanese
1/4-size, 1-byte ANK code
2-byte 16-dot
JIS #1, 2 levels
2-byte 32-dot
Font
Character size
1/4-size
1-byte
2-byte
Enlargement
factor
Number of
Display
displayable
resolution
characters
1/4-size
1-byte
2-byte
Character properties
Graphics
Graphic properties
English/
Western Europe
Latin 1
-
Chinese
(Traditional)
ASCII code
Chinese
(traditional)
-
Chinese
(Simplified)
ASCII code
Chinese
(simplified)
-
Korean
ASCII code
Hangul
(without Kanji)
-
JIS #1 level
Windows font
Stroke font (under development)
8 x 8 dots
8 x 16 dots
16 x 16 dots or 32 x 32 dots
X: 1 to 8 times, Y: 1 to 8 times
Point (Note: 2) : 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 36, 48, 72
800 x 600
100 characters x 75 lines
100 characters x 37 lines
57 characters x 37 lines
Display properties: Normal, reverse, blink, bold, shadow, transparent
Colors:
65,536 colors (without blinks) / 32,768 colors (with blinks)
Lines: Line, continuous line, box, parallelogram, polygon
Circles: Circle, arc, sector, ellipse, elliptical arc
Others: Tile patterns
Line types:
6 (thin, thick, dot, chain, broken, two-dot chain)
Tile patterns:
16 (incl. user-definable 8 patterns)
Display properties: Normal, reverse, blink
Colors:
65,536 colors (without blinks) 32,768 colors (with blinks)
Color selection:
Foreground, background, boundary (line)
Note: 1) In addition, the following fonts are available.
Gothic, English/Western Europe HK Gothic, English/Western Europe HK Times, Central Europe, Cyrillic, Greek,
Turkish. For more information, refer to the “V8 series Reference Manual.”
Note: 2) Applicable when Gothic font, Windows font or stroke font is used.
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2-1 Specifications
(8) Function performance specifications
Item
Specifications
Screens
Screen memory
Switch
Switch actions
Max. 1024
Flash memory: Approx. 12.5 Mbytes (Varies depending on the font)
1024 per screen
Set, reset, momentary, alternate, to light
(Possible to press a function switch and a switch on the display at the same time)
Reverse, blink, exchange of graphics
1024 per screen
Pie, bar, panel meter and closed area graph:No limitation
Statistics and trend graphs: Max. 256 per layer
(Note: 2)
No limitation
No limitation
Display resolution: 800 x 600: Max. 100 characters (1-byte)
No limitation
Sampling display of buffer data
(Constant sampling, bit synchronization, alarm logging, time order alarming, alarm
function)
Max. 2560
Max. 1024
Max. 1024
Max. 32768 lines
Max. 1024
Max. 1024
Max. 1024
Max. 1024
Max. 1024
Max. 1024
Max. 1024
Max. 32768
Max. 32 x 8 (PLC1 to PLC8)
Provided
Provided
Provided, 2 sounds (short beep, long beep)
Always ON, random setting
Switch self-test function
Communication parameter setting check function
Communication check function
Lamp
Graph
Data
Numerical data display
setting Character display
Message display
Sampling
Graphic library
Overlap library
Data blocks
Messages
Patterns
Macro blocks
Page blocks
Direct blocks
Screen blocks
Data sheets
Screen library
Comments
Device memory map
Time display
Hard copy
Buzzer
Auto OFF function
Self-diagnostic function
Note: 1) The number of setting memory locations is limited to 1024 per screen.
Note: 2) Layer: 4 per screen (base + 3 overlap displays)
2-5
2-1 Specifications
2-1-3 Controller unit specifications
(1) Application performance specifications
Item
Specifications
Type
NP5M0101-5H4/4H4/3H4
Control system
Stored program,
Cyclic scanning system (default task), periodic task, event task
NP5N0011-5H4/4H4/3H4
Input / Output connection method
Direct input / output (SX bus)
I/O control system
Via SX bus: Synchronous refresh with takt
CPU
32-bit RISC processor
Memory types
Program memory, data memory, temporary memory
Programming language
<When used the D300win>
<When used the Standard Loader>
IL language (Instruction List)
LD language
ST language (Structured Text)
ST language
LD language (Ladder Diagram)
FBD language (Function Block Diagram)
SFC elements (Sequential Function Chart)
Program memory capacity
49152 steps
Memory I/O memory
512 words
(Up to 256 words, useable I/O memory on the @E.Termina for MC.)
General memory
65536 words
Retain memory
22528 words
8192 words
User FB instance memory
4096 words
8192 words
Memory for
6144 words
16384 words
System FB Timer
256 points
512 points
Integrating timer 64 points
128 points
Counter
128 points
256 points
Edge detection 512 points
1024 points
Others
2048 words
8192 words
System memory
512 words
No. of tasks
Default tasks (Cyclic scanning): 1
Periodic tasks: 4
Event tasks : 4 (Total of 4 tasks when periodic task is used)
No. of programs
Max. 256 (Max. 128 for one task)
Diagnosis function
Self diagnosis (memory checking, ROM sum checking), system configuration
monitoring, module fault monitoring
Secret preserving function
By password (set with the support tool)
Calendar
Available up to 12/31/2069 23:59:59
Precision: ± 27 s/month (at 25 °C, when active)
Backup of application program
Flash ROM built in CPU module
Backup area: Application program, system definition, ZIP file
User ROM function
Application programs, system definitions, zipped files and compressed projects
can be stored in user ROM cards.
Backup of data
Backup area
Retain memory, retain attributed memory (e.g. current value of counter),
memory
calendar IC memory, RAS area
Battery
Lithium primary cell, replacement time: 5 minutes or less (at 25 °C)
Backup period
Approx. 5 years (at 25 °C)
Note: The application specifications of the controller unit are equivalent to those of the NP1PM-48R MICREX-SX series
CPU module. For more information on memory, language, and system definition, please refer to “User’s Manual
Instruction Edition, MICREX-SX series” as appropriate for your programming support tool.
• SX-Programmer Standard
FEH588
• SX-Programmer Expert (D300win) FEH200
2-6
2-1 Specifications
(2) Specific system memory
The table below lists system memory specific to @E.Terminal controller unit.
[Expansion annunciator relay area]
Address
SM1240
(%MX10.124.0)
Names
Display unit connection status
flag
Descriptions
Represents whether a display unit is connected
(ON/OFF of display unit power supply).
1: Connected
0: None
[Cause of memory error]
Address
SM84
(%MX10.8.4)
Names
Display unit DPRAM error
Descriptions
Turns ON when an error occurs in DPRAM for
display unit I/F in controller unit.
2-7
Level
Fatal fault
2-2 Dimensions and Panel Cut-out
2-2-1 External dimensions and panel cut-out dimensions for the NP5M0101-5H4/NP5N0011-5H4
(Unit: mm)
• Front view
313.0
+0.5
-0
246.2
259.6
+0.5
-0
326.4
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Panel cut-out dimensions
F7
SYSTEM
• Side view
• Rear view
99.0
(66)
312.0
7.0
CN7
CN5
ONL
ERR
UROM
RUN
ALM
BAT
SX-BUS
IN
4:RUN
3:U-TERM
2:TERM
1:STOP
245.2
CPU
No.
OUT
Note)
+
24V DC
FG
CF
USER ROM CARD
USB
LOADER
MJ1
MJ2
CN1
LAN
U-B
U-A
• Bottom view
99.0
312.0
Note: Arrange SX bus expansion cable so that
radius of bend in the cable is at least 50mm.
Plug/unplug the SX bus expansion cable in
the perpendicular direction.
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2-2 Dimensions and Panel Cut-out
2-2-2 External dimensions and panel cut-out dimensions for the NP5M0101-4H4/NP5N0011-4H4
(Unit: mm)
• Front view
303.8
289.0
+0.5
-0
+0.5
-0
SYSTEM
F1
216.2
231.0
F2
F3
F4
Panel cut-out dimensions
F5
F6
F7
• Side view
• Rear view
(66)
288.0
99.0
7.0
CN7
CN5
ONL
ERR
UROM
RUN
ALM
BAT
SX-BUS
IN
215.2
4:RUN
3:U-TERM
2:TERM
1:STOP
CPU
No.
OUT
Note)
+
24V DC
FG
CF
USER ROM CARD
USB
LOADER
MJ1
CN1
LAN
U-B
U-A
288.0
99.0
• Bottom view
MJ2
Note: Arrange SX bus expansion cable so that
radius of bend in the cable is at least 50mm.
Plug/unplug the SX bus expansion cable in
the perpendicular direction.
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2-2 Dimensions and Panel Cut-out
2-2-3 External dimensions and panel cut-out dimensions for the NP5M0101-3H4/NP5N0011-3H4
(Unit: mm)
• Front view
220.5
+0.5
-0
165.5
178.0
+0.5
-0
233.0
Panel cut-out dimensions
• Side view
• Rear view
(66)
220.0
96.0
6.9
CF
165.0
CN7
ONL
ERR
UROM
RUN
ALM
BAT
SX-BUS
IN
4:RUN
3:U-TERM
2:TERM
1:STOP
CN5
CPU
No.
OUT
Note)
+
24V DC
- 24VDC
FG
FG
USER ROM CARD
USB
CN1
LAN
U-B
U-A
LOADER
MJ1
220.0
96.0
• Bottom view
MJ2
Note: Arrange SX bus expansion cable so that
radius of bend in the cable is at least 50mm.
Plug/unplug the SX bus expansion cable in
the perpendicular direction.
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2-3 Names and Functions
2-3-1 Display unit
(1) NP5M0101-5H4/NP5N0011-5H4
4)
1)
6) 8)
5)
CN7
CN5
7)
CF
2)
MJ1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
CN1
MJ2
LAN
U-B
U-A
F7
SYSTEM
16)
3)
9)
10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15)
17)
(2) NP5M0101-4H4/NP5N0011-4H4
1)
4)
6)
8)
5)
CN7
CN5
SYSTEM
F1
F2
F3
3)
F4
CF
2)
F5
7)
F6
MJ1
F7
9)
MJ2
CN1
U-B
U-A
10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15)
17)
2-11
LAN
16)
2-3 Names and Functions
(3) NP5M0101-3H4/NP5N0011-3H4
1)
4)
6)
5)
CF
CN7
3)
7)
CN5
2)
24VDC
FG
CN1
LAN
U-B
MJ1
9)
12)
U-A
MJ2
16)
8)
13) 14) 15)
10) 11)
17)
1) Display
This is the display unit.
2) Power lamp (POWER)
Illuminates in green when the display unit is powered on, and is operating normally. Flashes when an error occurs to the
backlight (burned-out backlight, etc.).
3) Function keys
Used for RUN/STOP selection, brightness adjustment and backlight ON/OFF (setting on the V-SFT-5 editor required).
These switches can be used as user-defined switches in the RUN mode.
4) Communication interface unit connector (CN5)
Connects with the controller unit.
* Hidden by the controller unit.
5) Optional unit connector (CN7)
Used for mounting the optional unit “GU-xx” for video input, sound output, RGB input or RGB output.
6) Battery holder
Contains a backup battery for SRAM and clock.
When the battery voltage drops, replace the battery with a new one (V7-BT).
* Hidden by the controller unit. Replace battery by detaching the controller unit.
7) CF card connector (CF)
This is the connector where the CF card is inserted. Access to the CF card is enabled when the cover is closed.
8) Dip switch
8-bit Dip switch used for setting terminating resistance of the CN1 signal line and the MJ1/MJ2 RS-485 signal line.
* In NP5M0101-5H4/4H4, NP5N0011-5H4/4H4, the dip switch is hidden by the controller unit. Operate dip switch by
detaching the controller unit.
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2-3 Names and Functions
9) Power supply terminal block (display unit)
Supplies the power to the display unit (24 V DC).
10) Modular jack 1 (MJ1)
Used for screen data transfer and connection with PLCs or other peripheral devices.
11) Modular jack 2 (MJ2)
Used for connection with PLCs or other peripheral devices.
12) PLC communication connector (CN1)
Used for connection with a controller (PLC, temperature controller, inverter, etc.).
13) 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T connector (LAN)
Used for Ethernet connection.
14) USB-B (slave port)
Used for screen data transfer or connection with a PictBridge-compatible printer.
15) USB-A (master port)
This is the connector where a printer or a CF card reader/writer is connected.
16) USB cable clamp mounting hole
For NP5M0101-5H4/4H4, NP5N0011-5H4/4H4, this hole is used for attaching a USB cable clamp.
For NP5M0101-3H4/NP5N0011-3H4, this hole is used for attaching a USB cable binder.
17) Mounting holes
Used for inserting fixtures when securing the @E.Terminal to the mounting panel.
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2-3 Names and Functions
2-3-2 Controller unit
Name plate
Seal of the occasion of next
battery replacement
4) Data backup
battery
1) Status indication
LED
2) Key switch
5) SX bus
connector
ONL
ERR
UROM
RUN
ALM
BAT
SX-BUS
IN
3) CPU No. selection key switch
4:RUN
3:U-TERM
2:TERM
1:STOP
CPU
No.
6) Power supply
terminal block
(3 poles)
OUT
9) USB-miniB connector
+
24V DC
FG
USER ROM CARD
Version No.
USB
LOADER
7) Connector for user ROM
card (CF card)
2-14
8) Loader connector
2-3 Names and Functions
1) Status indication LED (Controller unit)
Symbol
Color
Descriptions
ONL
ERR
Green
Red
Status of the controller unit.
<Lights on pattern>
ONL
ERR
Status of controller unit
OFF
OFF
Power OFF, system resetting or initializing
Blinks -
SX bus standing on
ON
OFF
Normally running
ON
ON
Nonfatal fault, at a running
OFF
ON
Fatal fault at a stop
UROM
Green
Lights on continuously when the CPU recognizes a user ROM card.
Lights on continuously when a user ROM card (compact flash card) is correctly installed in the CPU
module and the key switch is set to "3" or "4".
RUN
ALM
Green
Red
Status of system of the conntroller unit.
(Note)
<Lights on pattern>
RUN
ALM
Status of system
OFF
OFF
Power OFF or application program at a stop
ON
OFF
Normally running
ON
ON
Nonfatal fault, at a running
OFF
ON
Fatal fault, at a stop
Blinks -
BAT
While the CPU is accessing the user ROM
Orange Turned on when data backup battery dropped or disconnected.
Note: The system includes the own CPU.
2) Key switch (Controller unit)
Selects the running mode of the controller unit.
1: STOP 2: TERM 3: U-TERM 4: RUN
* The shipment default is 3 (U-TERM).
3) CPU No. selection key switch
Sets the CPU number of the controller unit. Set the number to “0”.
4) Data backup battery (Controller unit)
The battery backs up the retain memory of the contoller uint.
5) SX bus connector (IN, OUT)
Be sure to connect cable from OUT to IN.
For the connection cable, use a dedicated SX bus extension cable.
6) Power supply terminal block (Controller unit)
Supplies the power to the display unit (24 V DC).
7) Connector for user ROM card (CF card) (Controller unit)
This is the connector where the User ROM card (CF card) is inserted.
8) Loader connector
For the personal computer loader, use a RS-232C port.
9) USB-miniB connector (Controller unit)
Connects to the USB port of a personal computer loader.
Please use a commercially sold USB cable (male A connector _ male miniB connector).
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2-4 Serial Connector
Communication (RS-232C, RS-422/485) with a controller is enabled via the serial connector (CN1).
• For NP5M0101-5H4/4H4
NP5N0011-5H4/4H4
• For NP5M0101-3H4
NP5N0011-3H4
Bottom view
Bottom view
The serial connector pins correspond to signals as given below.
CN1 (D-sub 9-pin, female)
1
5
6
9
RS-232C (Note: 1)
RS-422 / RS-485 (Note: 1)
Signal
Contents
Signal
Contents
1
NC
Not used
+RD
Receive data (+)
2
RD
Receive data
-RD
Receive data (-)
3
SD
Send data
-SD
Send data (-)
4
NC
Not used
+SD
Send data (+)
5
SG
Signal ground
SG
Signal ground
6
NC
Not used
+RTS
Request to send (+)
7
RTS
Request to send
-RTS
Request to send (-)
8
CTS
Clear to send
NC
Not used
9
NC
Not used
+5V
Use prohibited (Note: 2)
Pin No.
Note: 1) The signal level can be changed between RS-232C and RS-422/485 on the configuration software.
When RS-232C is selected, set the dip switches 5 and 7 to the OFF position.
(For more information on the dip switch, refer to “Chapter 2-6”.)
Note: 2) When RS-422/485 is selected, +5V is output from pin No. 9.
+5V is used as the power supply for the external terminating resistance for RS-422/485 communication.
It cannot be used as an external power supply.
Recommended connector
The following connector is recommended for a self-made cable.
Recommended
connector
DDK's 17JE-23090-02 (D8C) -CG
D-sub 9-pin / male / inch screw thread (#4-40UNC) type /
with hood / lead- and cadmium-free
2-16
2-5 Modular Jack (MJ1 / MJ2)
A screen data transfer cable (MJ1 only), temperature controller, barcode reader, CREC, or V-I/O can be connected to the
modular jack (MJ1 or MJ2).
• For NP5M0101-3H4
NP5N0011-3H4
• For NP5M0101-5H4/4H4
NP5N0011-5H4/4H4
Bottom view
Bottom view
Pins of MJ1 and MJ2 correspond to signals as given below.
MJ1/2
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Pin No.
Signal
Contents
1
+SD/RD
RS-485 + data
2
-SD/RD
RS-485 - data
3
+5V
4
+5V
Externally supplied +5 V
(Note: 1)
5
SG
6
SG
7
RD
RS-232C receive data
8
SD
RS-232C send data
Signal ground
Note: 1) Allowable current for the external power supply +5V at MJ1/MJ2/USB-A of the @E.Terminal.
• For MJ1 and MJ2, the maximum allowable current is 150 mA in total.
• When connecting an optional unit or communication unit, be careful not to exceed the total allowable current
(650 mA) for USB-A, MJ1 and MJ2.
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2-6 Dip Switches
In NP5M0101-5H4/4H4, NP5N0011-5H4/4H4, the dip switch is hidden by the controller unit.
Operate the dip switch by detaching the controller unit.
The @E.Terminal is equipped with eight (1 to 8) dip switches. When setting the dip switch, turn the power off.
Upon delivery, all the dip switches are set to OFF.
• For NP5M0101-3H4
NP5N0011-3H4
• For NP5M0101-5H4/4H4
NP5N0011-5H4/4H4
Rear view
Rear view
CF
CN7
CN7
CN5
CN5
CF
24VDC
FG
CN1
MJ1
MJ2
CN1
LAN
U-B
LAN
U-B
MJ1
U-A
U-A
MJ2
Dip switch
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MJ2 (modular jack 2) terminating resistor
CF auto-uploading
Not used
CF card interface cover
access control
CN1 +RD/-RD terminating resistor at pins 1 and 2
MJ1 (modular jack 1) terminating resistor
CN1 +SD/-SD terminating resistor at pins 3 and 4
Dip switch number 1 (Note: ) (CF Auto-uploading)
Set the dip switch number 1 to the ON position when auto-uploading a screen data file saved on a CF card.
Procedure
1. Have a CF card
Have a CF card to which the screen data is loaded using the V-SFT-5 editor. (For the loading procedure, refer to
the “V8 series Reference Manual.” )
2. Insert a CF card
Turn the power of the display unit off, and set the dip switch number 1 to the ON position. Open the CF card
interface cover, and insert a CF card.
3. Auto-uploading starts
Turn the power of the display unit on. The screen data is automatically loaded into the FLASH memory of the unit.
Note: Be sure to set the dip switch number 1 to the OFF position if you do not use CF auto-uploading function.
2-18
2-6 Dip Switches
Dip switch number 2 (CF Card interface cover access control)
Caution
When the dip switch number 2 is set to the ON position, access to the CF card is possible
whether the cover is opened or not. In case access to the CF card is disabled because of
damage of the CF card interface cover, set the dip switch number 2 to the ON position.
Normally keep it in the OFF position.
With the dip switch number 2, the LED status when the CF card interface cover is opened can be set.
Dip switch number 2
LED
Contents
Not lit
Access to the CF card is not performed.
CF card can be removed.
Lights up in red
Accessing the CF card.
After the access is finished, the LED goes off.
Lights up in red
Access to the CF card is possible at all times.
OFF
ON
Dip switch number 3, 4 (Not used)
Set the dip switch number 3 and 4 to OFF.
Dip switch number 5, 6, 7, 8 (Terminating resistor setting)
Caution
When connecting a controller at CN1 via RS-232C, set the dip switch number 5 and 7 to the
OFF position.
• When connecting a controller at CN1 via RS-422/485 (2-wire connection), set the dip switch number 7 to the ON
position.
• When connecting a controller at CN1 via RS-422/485 (4-wire connection), set the dip switch number 5 and 7 to the
ON position.
• For the following connections at modular jack 1 or 2, set the dip switch number 6 or 8 to the ON position.
• Master station for multi-link 2 connection
• Connection with a controller (PLC, temperature controller, etc.) via RS-485
• Connection with the card recorder “CREC” (optional)
• Connection with the serial extension I/O “V-I/O” (optional)
• Connection to the @E.Terminal at the termination of V-Link connection via RS-485
* Detaching controller unit
To operate the dip switch in NP5M0101-5H4/4H4, NP5N0011-5H4/4H4, remove the controller unit.
Remove mounting screws at three places to remove the controller unit from the display unit.
Be careful not to drop or lose the mounting screws.
CN7
CN5
ONL
ERR
UROM
RUN
ALM
BAT
SX-BUS
IN
4:RUN
3:U-TERM
2:TERM
1:STOP
Mounting screws at three places
M3 screws thread,
Tightening torque:
0.5 to 0.7N·m
CPU
No.
OUT
+
24V DC
FG
CF
USER ROM CARD
USB
LOADER
MJ1
2-19
MJ2
CN1
LAN
U-B
U-A
Section 3 Installation
Page
3-1 Mounting Procedure ................................................................................................... 3-1
(1) Mounting procedure ................................................................................................................................ 3-1
(2) Mounting angle ....................................................................................................................................... 3-1
3-2 Power Supply Cable Wiring ........................................................................................ 3-2
(1) Power supply cable wiring ....................................................................................................................... 3-2
(2) Grounding ............................................................................................................................................... 3-4
Section 3 Installation
3-1 Mounting Procedure
(1) Mounting procedure
1) Insert the @E.Terminal unit into the mounting panel (max. thick: 5 mm).
Panel cut-out dimensions
Types
X
Unit: mm
X
Y
NP5M0101-5H4/NP5N0011-5H4
313.0
+0.5
-0
246.2
+0.5
-0
NP5M0101-4H4/NP5N0011-4H4
289.0
+0.5
-0
216.2
+0.5
-0
NP5M0101-3H4/NP5N0011-3H4
220.5
+0.5
-0
165.5
+0.5
-0
Y
X
Y
2) Insert four fixtures attached to the @E.Terminal unit into the mounting holes, and tighten them with the
tightening screws.
Tightening torque: 0.5 to 0.7 N·m
Fixture dimensions
(Unit: mm)
CN7
CN5
10.5
ONL
ERR
UROM
RUN
ALM
BAT
SX-BUS
IN
4:RUN
3:U-TERM
2:TERM
1:STOP
CPU
No.
.0
18
OUT
CF
DC24V
0V
17.8
FG
USER ROM
USB
CARD
LOADER
RESET
U-B
U-A
LAN
CN1
MJ1
MJ2
* When the @E.Terminal unit is attached to the mounting panel, the fixtures and frame grounds (FG) are connected.
To prevent static electricity, be sure to connect the mounting panel to the frame ground.
3) Mount the gasket so that it will be sandwiched securely between the @E.Terminal unit and the mounting panel.
(2) Mounting angle
Install the unit within the angle of 15° to 135° as shown on the right.
90°
135°
ay
pl
is
D
lay 15°
Disp
0°
3-1
3-2 Power Supply Cable Wiring
Electric shock hazard.
Warning Shut the power off before wiring the power supply cable.
(1) Power supply cable wiring
Power supply terminal blocks of the display unit and the controller unit are connected with each other with a cable by
default. Use one power supply terminal block to connect the power supply cable.
• For NP5M0101-5H4/4H4
NP5N0011-5H4/4H4
• For NP5M0101-3H4
NP5N0011-3H4
Connect the power supply cable to the power
supply terminal block of the display unit.
Connect the power supply cable to the power
supply terminal block of the controller unit.
CF
CN7
CN7
CN5
ONL
ERR
UROM
RUN
ALM
BAT
SX-BUS
IN
ONL
ERR
UROM
RUN
ALM
BAT
SX-BUS
IN
4:RUN
3:U-TERM
2:TERM
1:STOP
4:RUN
3:U-TERM
2:TERM
1:STOP
CN5
CPU
No.
OUT
CPU
No.
OUT
+
+
24V DC
FG
24V DC
- 24VDC
FG
FG
CF
USER ROM CARD
USB
USER ROM CARD
USB
CN1
LAN
U-B
U-A
LOADER
LOADER
MJ2
MJ1
MJ1
MJ2
CN1
LAN
U-B
U-A
Power
supply
24V DC
+
-
Grounding
FG
+
24V DC
FG
Power supply
Grounding
• Attaching noise filter
Attach accompanying noise filter to the power supply cable between the DC power supply and the power supply terminal
block.
Keep the distance between the DC power supply
and the power supply module as short as possible,
and the cable must be twisted densely.
@E.terminal side
DC power
supply
+
24V DC
Noise filter
(accessory)
FG
Do not bundle up and do not close.
* Noise filter is not required for controller unit hardware version “03” or later.
Noise filter is not attached as accessory with above version.
3-2
3-2 Power Supply Cable Wiring
• Tighten terminal screws on the power supply terminal block of the display unit with the following torque.
Use a power supply cable within the range shown below.
Tterminal screw
Types
NP5M0101-5H4
NP5M0101-4H4
NP5N0011-5H4
NP5N0011-4H4
Screw
size
Tightening
torque
φ 3.7mm
3.7mm
M3.5
0.8N· m
8mm
or less
M3.5
1.2N· m
AWG18 - 16
8mm
or less
φ 3.7mm
3.7mm
NP5M0101-3H4
NP5N0011-3H4
Power
Cable
Crimp-style terminal
7.1mm
or less
AWG16 - 14
7.1mm
or less
Form
AMP
Round
terminals
Round
terminals
Nichifu
Angle edge
terminals
JST
Round
terminals
Round
terminals
NTK
Angle edge
terminals
Types
36467
34104
34105
0.3-3
0.3-3N
1.25-3
1.25-3N
1.25-3S
1.25-3.5N
1.25-3.5S
2-3N
0.3Y-3
1.25Y-3
1.25Y-3N
1.25Y-3S
1.25Y-3.5
2Y-3
2Y-3.5S
AT1-10
AT2-10
SRA-20-3.2
SRA-20T-3.2
0.4-3
1.25-3
VR1.25-3
VD1.25-3
VD2-3S
Cable size
AWG
mm2
22 to 18
0.3 to 0.8 mm2
24 to 20
0.2 to 0.5 mm2
22 to 16
0.3 to 1.3 mm2
7.6
Maker
6
• The power supply terminal block of the controller unit uses M3 terminal screws. Their tightening torque should be
0.5 to 0.6 N·m.
Select the appropriate cable, and crimp terminals to be used. Applicable cable sizes and crimp terminals are as
follows:
Terminal dimensions
16 to 14
24 to 20
1.3 to 2.0 mm2
0.2 to 0.5 mm2
22 to 16
0.3 to 1.3 mm2
16 to 14
1.3 to 2.0 mm2
22 to 16
16 to 14
0.3 to 1.3 mm2
1.3 to 2.0 mm2
22 to 18
0.3 to 0.8 mm2
26 to 22
0.2 to 0.3 mm2
22 to 16
0.3 to 1.3 mm2
16 to 14
1.3 to 2.0 mm2
3-3
3-2 Power Supply Cable Wiring
(2) Grounding
Caution
Be sure to establish a ground of the @E.Terminal.
(The level of grounding resistance should be less than 100Ω.)
• An independent earth pole must be used for the @E.Terminal.
• Use a cable which has a nominal cross section of more than 2 mm2 for grounding.
• Set the grounding point near the @E.Terminal to shorten the distance of grounding cables.
@E.Terminal
Other
equipment
@E.Terminal
Other
equipment
@E.Terminal
Other
equipment
* When the @E.Terminal unit is attached to the mounting panel, the fixtures and frame grounds (FG) are connected.
To detach the FG terminal from the ground, attach the insulating sheet to the fixtures and the mounting panel for
insulation.
3-4
Section 4 Inspection and Maintenance
Page
4-1 Inspection and Maintenance ...................................................................................... 4-1
4-1-1 Daily inspection ..................................................................................................................... 4-1
4-1-2 Periodical inspection ............................................................................................................. 4-1
4-2 Battery Replacement .................................................................................................. 4-2
(1) Battery specification ................................................................................................................................ 4-2
(2) Precautions ............................................................................................................................................. 4-2
(3) How to replacement battery .................................................................................................................... 4-2
4-3 Maintenance Services ................................................................................................ 4-4
4-3-1 Ordering notes ...................................................................................................................... 4-4
4-3-2 Free-of-charge warranty period and scope of warranty ........................................................ 4-4
4-3-3 Service costs ......................................................................................................................... 4-4
Section 4 Inspection and Maintenance
4-1 Inspection and Maintenance
Be sure to turn off the power before conducting inspection or maintenance.
Warning Failure to do so could cause an electric shock or damage to the unit.
4-1-1 Daily inspection
•
•
•
•
Check that the screws on the @E.Terminal are tightened firmly.
Check that the connectors and terminal screws used for connection with other devices are tightened firmly.
If the display surface or frame is dirty, wipe it with a soft cloth soaked in alcohol (commercially available).
Conduct periodical inspection once or twice a year. The number of inspections may be increased as necessary if
facilities are relocated or modified, or the environment is hot, humid, or dusty.
4-1-2 Periodical inspection
Inspect the following points periodically.
• Are the ambient temperature and humidity appropriate?
0 to +50 °C, 85 % RH or less
• Are the environmental conditions appropriate?
No excessive dust, no conductive dust contamination, and not stained with organic solvents.
• Does the atmosphere contain no corrosive gas?
• Is the source voltage in the allowable range?
With DC power supply: 24 V DC ± 10 %
• Are the @E.Terminal mounting screws tightened firmly?
• Are the connectors and terminal screws used for connection with other devices tightened firmly?
• Is the lithium primary battery within the expiry date?
About 5 years from the date of your purchase
4-1
Battery replacement
4-2 Battery Replacement
When the time comes to replacement the battery, replace it for a new one even if battery error is not displayed.
Also, when low battery voltage of the display unit and the controller unit is discovered, replace the battery for a new one
immediately.
Replacement the batteries of the display unit and the controller unit at the same time.
(1) Battery specification
• Controller unit
Items
Specifications
Battery specification
Lithium primary cell
Backup time
Approx. 5 years (Ambient temperature at 25 °C)
Battery boltage drop
detection funnction
Provided (Status indication LED: BAT)
Battery for replacement
Type: NP8P-BT
Required time in the
battery replacement
5 minutes or less
• Display unit
Items
Specifications
Battery specification
Coin-type lithium primary cell
Backup time
Approx. 5 years (Ambient temperature at 25 °C)
Battery boltage drop
detection funnction
Provided (Internal memory of $s167 allocated)
Battery for replacement
Type: V7-BT
Required time in the
battery replacement
3 minutes or less
(2) Precautions
• Do not short across the battery.
• Do not discard in a fire.
• Do not attempt to recharge the battery.
• Do not disassemble the battery.
• Observe local and governmental regulations when disposing of waste batteries.
(3) How to replacement battery
• Battery replacement of controller unit
1) Turn off power supply of the @E.Terminal.
2) Remove battery holder cover at top of controller unit. Remove battery connector and then remove battery from
battery holder.
3) Attach a new battery connector, mount battery into the battery holder, and attach the cover.
Perform the exchange quickly (within five minutes). When battery is detached for a long time, the data retained
during power outage may become erased.
4) Enter the battery guarantee period on a seal to be used on the occasion of the next battery replacement, and
affix seal to the controller unit.
4-2
Battery replacement
4-2 Battery Replacement
• Battery replacement of display unit
1) Remove the controller unit from @E.Terminal.
Remove mounting screws at three places to remove the controller unit from the display unit.
Be careful not to drop or lose the mounting screws.
CN7
CN5
ONL
ERR
UROM
RUN
ALM
BAT
SX-BUS
IN
4:RUN
3:U-TERM
2:TERM
1:STOP
Mounting screws at three places
M3 screws thread,
Tightening torque:
0.5 to 0.7N·m
CPU
No.
OUT
+
24V DC
FG
CF
USER ROM CARD
USB
LOADER
MJ1
MJ2
CN1
LAN
U-B
U-A
2) Open the battery holder cover of the display unit in the direction of the arrow as shown in the left illustration below.
CN7
CN5
CF
RESET
MJ1
MJ2
CN1
LAN
U-B
U-A
3) Remove battery connector, and slide battery to remove it from its socket, as shown in
the right figure.
4) Insert a new battery into the socket so that the red cable side of the new battery faces
the board and the cable is on the left side. Next, slide battery from the arrow key
direction shown in the right figure.
5) Connect the battery connector, and close the battery holder cover.
Battery holder
6) Attach the controller unit to the display unit and fix it with mounting screws at
three places.
Note: Replace the display unit battery “UG30P-BT” within three minutes after
the unit is turned off. If it is not possible to replace within three minutes,
make a backup copy of data in the SRAM.
Socket
Printed
circuit
board
Battery
connector
4-3
Maintenance services
4-3 Maintenance Services
4-3-1 Ordering notes
When ordering electrical and control equipment (or requesting price estimates), the following general notes are to be
observed, unless otherwise specified in the estimation paper, contract paper, catalogs, or specifications.
When the product is delivered, check the contents of the package as soon as possible. Even before inspection, use
caution on storing and using the product safely.
4-3-2 Free-of-charge warranty period and scope of warranty
[Free-of-charge warranty period]
(1) This product is covered by a warranty for a period of one year from the date of purchase or 18 months from the date of
manufacture described in the nameplate, whichever comes earlier.
(2) This warranty period may not be applied if the operating environment, operating condition, operating frequency, or
number of operations affects the operating life of the product.
(3) The warranty period for the product section repaired by Fuji Electric service sector is six (6) months from the date of
completion of repair.
[Warranty period]
(1) If a failure judged to be the responsibility of Fuji Electric occurs during the warranty period, the failed section of the
product is replaced or repaired on a free-of-charge basis at the site of purchase or delivery of the product. However, the
following failures are not covered by this warranty.
• Breakage of or damage to the appearance (case or surface sheet), touch switches, LCD, or other components
due to dropping, impact, or mishandling
• LCD or backlight at the end of life
• Fusion of a printed circuit board pattern associated with connection to external devices, or fusion of a pattern in
the terminal block or connector section of a printed circuit board caused by short-circuiting of external load
circuit
• Overvoltage or different voltage applied due to wiring mistake (power supply terminal, external communication
terminal, or other terminal blocks)
• Failure caused by lightning surge
• Failure due to the entry of conductive substances, water, solvent, particles, etc. under inappropriate
environmental conditions
• Failure due to inappropriate environmental conditions (e.g. corrosive gas or high humidity)
• Failure due to vibration or impact exceeding the specified level
• Disassembly and modification by the customer or failure obviously resulting from improper handling by the
customer
(2) The warranty is limited only to a single purchased product and a single delivered product.
(3) The upper limit of the warranty period is (1). Any damages caused by failures of the purchased product and delivered
product (damages to or loss of machinery and equipment, or passive damages) are not covered by this warranty.
[Repair period after production stoppage and supply period of spare parts (maintenance period)]
As for retired models (products), Fuji Electric performs repair work within seven (7) years from the date of retirement. As
for major spare parts for repair, Fuji Electric also performs repair work within seven (7) years from the date of retirement.
With electronic parts, however, difficulty in procurement or production may be anticipated because of short life cycles and
therefore repair or spare parts supply may be difficult even during the warranty period. For details, please contact Fuji
Electric sales office or service sector.
4-3-3 Service costs
The price of the product does not include maintenance and servicing costs, such as the cost of dispatching an engineer to
the customer. The customer will be charged for actual expenses in the following cases.
(1) Guidance for installation and adjustment, and attendance at a test operation
(2) Maintenance, inspection, adjustment, and repair
(3) Technical guidance and technical education
4-4
Appendix 1 About Project for @E.Terminal
(No contents installed)
Page
Appendix 1 About Project for @E.Terminal (No contents installed) .................... App. 1-1
Appendix 1 About Project for @E.Terminal
(No contents installed)
When you make new project for controller of @E.Terminal (No contents installed) by personal computer loader (SXprogrammer Expert/ Standard), download template for new project from our homepage.
The project for controller of @E. Terminal for MC is stored in backup CD.
(1) Download template
Access to our homepage, download from [Software libraries] of [Programmable controllers].
(Address: http://www.fesys.co.jp/eng/)
(2) Template file
- The file for SX-programmer Expert (SPH2000-48CR.zwt)
The file is compressed project type. Uncompress the project before use.
- The file for SX-programmer Standard (SPH2000-48CR.Sxt)
The file is template type. Register template in the loader before use.
(3) Order to register template to SX-Programmer Standard.
When you click [File]-[New], [Template selection] screen is displayed. Right click mouse under description area, and select
[import]. Select template file at [import] dialog, and click open.
Template of <SPH2000-48CR> is registered at [Template selection] screen.
(4) Notes
In [Execution band ratio setting] of [CPU running definition],
proportion of [Built-in] must be set as “0.”
App. 1-1
Appendix 2 Specifications of 256K Step Products
(No contents installed)
Page
Appendix 2-1 Types .....................................................................................................App. 2-1
Appendix 2-2 Specifications of Controller Unit ............................................................. App. 2-2
Appendix 2-3 Names and Functions ............................................................................ App. 2-5
Appendix 2 Specification of 256K Step Products
(No contents installed)
Appendix 2-1 Types
- @E.Terminal (No contents installed)
Product types
Display size
Specifications
NP5N0022-5H4
12.1 inches
NP5N0022-4H4
10.4 inches
NP5N0022-3H4
8.4 inches
- TFT color, 800 x 600 dots, DC power supply
- Controller unit
256K Step, Ethernet communication and RS-232C/RS-485 general
purpose communication function are attached.
- Accessories
Product types
Names
Quantity
NP5N0022-5H4
NP5N0022-4H4
NP5N0022-3H4
Instruction Manual
1
SX bus terminating plug
2
Screw driver
1
Fixture
4
Binder for USB cable (Only NP5N0022-3H4)
1
USB cable cramp for port A/B ( Only NP5N0022-5H4/4H4)
2
M3 x 8 screw for USB cable cramp ( Only NP5N0022-5H4/4H4)
2
App. 2-1
Appendix 2-2 Specifications of Controller Unit
(1) Application performance specifications
Item
Specifications
Type
NP5N0022-5H4/4H4/3H4
Control system
Stored program,
Cyclic scanning system (default task), periodic task, event task
Input / Output connection method
Direct input / output (SX bus)
I/O control system
Via SX bus: Synchronous refresh with takt
CPU
32-bit RISC processor
Memory types
Program memory, data memory, temporary memory
Programming language
<When used the D300win>
<When used the Standard Loader>
IL language (Instruction List)
LD language
ST language (Structured Text)
ST language
LD language (Ladder Diagram)
FBD language (Function Block Diagram)
SFC elements (Sequential Function Chart)
262144 steps
512 words
1703936 words
262144 words
65536 words
65536 words
2048 points
512 points
1024 points
4096 points
32768 words
512 words
Default tasks (Cyclic scanning): 1
Periodic tasks: 4
Event tasks : 4 (Total of 4 tasks when periodic task is used)
Max. 256 (Max. 128 for one task)
Self diagnosis (memory checking, ROM sum checking), system configuration
monitoring, module fault monitoring
By password (set with the support tool)
Available up to 12/31/2069 23:59:59
Precision: 27 s/month (at 25 , when active)
Flash ROM built in CPU module
Backup area: Application program, system definition, ZIP file
Application programs, system definitions, zipped files and compressed projects
can be stored in user ROM cards.
Retain memory, retain attributed memory (e.g. current value of counter), calendar
IC memory, RAS area
Lithium primary cell, replacement time: 5 minutes or less (at 25 )
Approx. 5 years (at 25 )
Program memory capacity
Memory I/O memory
General memory
Retain memory
User FB instance memory
Memory for
System FB Timer
Integrating timer
Counter
Edge detection
Others
System memory
No. of tasks
No. of programs
Diagnosis function
Secret preserving function
Calendar
Backup of application program
User ROM function
Backup of data
memory
Backup area
Battery
Backup period
Note: The application specifications of the controller unit are equivalent to those of the NP1PM-256E MICREX-SX series
CPU module. For more information on memory, language, and system definition, please refer to “User’s Manual
Instruction Edition, MICREX-SX series” as appropriate for your programming support tool.
- SX-Programmer Standard
FEH588
- SX-Programmer Expert (D300win) FEH200
Select SPH 2000 series NP1PM-256E as a template to create a project.
App. 2-2
Appendix 2-2 Specifications of Controller Unit
(2) Specifications of Ethernet communication
Item
Specification
Interface
10BASE-T
100BASE-TX
Transmission speed
10 Mbps
100 Mbps
Media control
IEEE802.3u
Interface changeover system
Auto negotiation (automatic changeover)
Transmission medium
Twisted pair cable
Max. segment length
100 m
Max. number of nodes
1 piece/segment
General purpose
This function performs communication between controller unit and other node by
communication mode using TCP/IP or UDP/IP protocol. It is possible to communicate with all kinds of node
due to free data format.
Fixed buffer
This function performs communication by using the fixed buffer that Mitsuibishi PLC
communication mode provides.
Communication Loader command
This function sends/receives dedicated loader commands between MICREX-SX
function
communication mode series devices.
FTP server mode
Controller unit becomes FTP server.
FTP client mode
Controller unit accesses FTP server as a FTP client by using a dedicated FB.
SNTP client mode
Controller unit obtains the current time from NTP server on the network.
Mail function
This function performs sending e-mail. (Note1)
Access method
CSMA/CD
Transmission protocol
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, ICMP, ARP
Max. number of simultaneous
communication nodes
(number of communication ports)
10 stations (ports)/module
Note: The number of communication ports that can simultaneously be opened for one
resource is 56. When other communication module exists, be careful that the
number of opened ports per CPU doesn't exceed 56.
Transmission code
Binary/ASCII code
* For more information about detailed specifications of Ethernet communication, refer to “User’s Manual SPH2000/3000
Ethernet Communications (FEH193).”
(3) Specifications of General purpose communication
Item
RS-232C
RS-485
Communication port
Select one from RS-232C or RS-485 (Note 1)(Note 5)
Communication method
Half-duplex communication (Note 2)
Synchronization method
Start-stop synchronous transmission
Transmission speed
1200/2400/4800/9600/19200/38400/57600/76800/115200 bps
Transmission distance
15m or less
1km or less (Transmission speed under 19200bps)
No. of connectable devices
1:1 (One external device)
1:31 (Max)
Connection method
RJ45 connector
RS-232C Control signal
DTE/DCE Select : N/A Fixed to DTE
ER/DR Signal control select : N/A
Signal flow control : N/A
XON/XOFF Control : N/A
Transmission protocol
Use communication FB which is supplied by our company (Note 3)
App. 2-3
Appendix 2-2 Specifications of Controller Unit
Note 1: Refer < Selection method of RS-232C/RS-485> for setting.
Note 2: Use of non-procedural FB allows this mode to be used like full-duplex mode on applications.
Note 3: Usable Communication extended FB. (Only able to use following FB)
Classification
FB Name
Common FB for communication FB
_C_com
FB Summary
_C_free
Non-procedural FB (Transmission: 512 words)
_Cfr252
Non-procedural FB (Transmission: 252 words)
_Cfr128
Non-procedural FB (Transmission: 128 words)
_Cfr64
Non-procedural FB (Transmission: 64 words)
_Cfr32
Non-procedural FB (Transmission: 32 words)
_C_modm
MODBUS-procedural FB
_CfdFRN
FUJI General inverter FRENIC series
_CfdFVR
FUJI General inverter FVR-C11 series
FUJI temperature controller FB
_CfdPYX
FUJI temperature controller PXY series, PYH series
FUJI barcode reader FB
_CfdPK
Fuji barcode reader PK2 series
Non-procedural FB
for general purpose communication
MODBUS-procedural FB (master function)
FUJI general inverter FB
Note 4: If “code conversion yes” of FB initialization parameter is selected, the transmission data becomes half number of
maximum words of each FB. Both “code conversion yes/ no”, usable data size is 512W which includes Start
code,
End code and BCC code. If data size exceed 512W, error occures.
Note 5: When you set port No. for the range of FB parameter, set down “1” for both RS-232C/RS-485.
* To get more information about software interface and communicationFB, refer “User’s manual general-communication
module (FEH225).”
* Refer “User’s manual for software interface (FEH225) and usable communication FB
<Selection method of RS-232C/RS-485>
Communication setup (Selection of RS-232C/RS485, station No. setup for RS-485) to the general purpose
communication port in the CPU board is performed by system memory.
8
15(F)
7
0
%MW10.114
unused
8
15(F)
Communication mode setup
OFF: Loader communication mode
ON: General purpose communication mode
7
0
%MW10.115
unused
unused
RS-485 station No. (0-31)
Interface setting
OFF㧦RS-232C‫ޓ‬
ON㧦RS-485
Note 1: Application Program needs to set required data for the above momory before performing open operation to
general purpose communication port. If set data after opening general communication port, the data is ignored.
Note 2: Above memory is not retained. It is cleared to ZERO at the time of power on.
App. 2-4
Appendix 2-3 Names and Functions
- Controller Unit
Name plate
Seal of the occasion of next
battery replacement
4) Data backup
battery
1) Status indication
LED
2) Key switch
ONL
ERR
UROM
RUN
ALM
BAT
SX-BUS
IN
5) SX bus
connector
3) CPU No. selection key switch
4:RUN
3:U-TERM
2:TERM
1:STOP
CPU
No.
6) Power supply
terminal block
(3 poles)
7) Connector for user ROM
card (CF card)
OUT
9) USB-miniB connector
+
24V DC
FG
USER ROM CARD
Version No.
LAN
RS232C
/RS485
USB
LOADER
10) Ethernet connector
8) Loader connector
11) General purpose
communication connector
12) RS-485 Terminating resistance
ON/OFF switch
10) Ethernet connector
This connector is used to connect communication cable of 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX .
11) General purpose communication connector
Pin No.
Pin No. Function
Signal direction
Description
1
N.C.
No connection
2
SG(0V)
Signal ground (common return)
3
RS-485 TXD+ OUT This unit to External device RS-485 send data signal line (+)
4
RS-485 TXD-
5
RS-485 RXD+ IN
External device to This unit RS-485 receive data signal line (+)
6
RS-485 RXD- IN
External device to This unit RS-485 receive data signal line (-)
7
RS-232C RD
IN
External device to This unit RS-232C receive data
8
RS-232C SD
OUT This unit to External device RS-232C send data
OUT This unit to External device RS-485 send data signal line (-)
App. 2-5
Appendix 2-3 Names and Functions
12) RS-485 terminating resister ON/OFF switch
When RS-485 is effective, and this board is end of RS-485 transmission line, turn on the switch. If the switch is pushed
downward (to ON), the terminating resister will turn on. The terminating reister value is 100Ω.
*It is ON when shipping.
*Refer the “Section 2 Specifications” to read the other specifications.
App. 2-6
Gate City Ohsaki, East Tower,
11-2, Osaki 1-chome, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-0032, Japan
E-mail: micrex-sx@fujielectric.co.jp
URL: http://www.fujielectric.com/
Materials covered in this document are subject to revision due to the modification of the product.
Issued as FE consolidated edition, June 2011