Mitsubishi Electric LT-3050 Hardware manual

JY997D31601E(ENGLISH)
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STARTUP AND
MAINTENANCE
PRECAUTIONS
FX3UC-32MT-LT-2
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS
HARDWARE MANUAL
Manual Number
JY997D31601
Revision
E
Date
April 2014
This manual describes the part names, dimensions, mounting,
cabling and specifications for the product. This manual is extracted
from FX 3UC Series User's Manual - Hardware Edition. Refer to
FX3UC Series User's Manual - Hardware Edition details. Before use,
read this manual and manuals of relevant products fully to acquire
proficiency in the handling and operating the product. Make sure to
learn all the product information, safety information, and precautions.
And, store this manual in a safe place so that it can be taken out and
read whenever necessary. Always forward it to the end user.
Registration
The company name and the product name to be described in this
manual are the registered trademarks or trademarks of each
company.
Effective April 2014
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
© 2008 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
Safety Precaution (Read these precautions before use.)
This manual classifies the safety precautions into two categories:
and
.
• Use the battery for memory backup correctly in FX3UC Series
User's Manual - Hardware Edition.
- Use the battery only for the specified purpose.
- Connect the battery correctly.
- Do not charge, disassemble, heat, put in fire, short-circuit,
connect reversely, weld, swallow or burn the battery, or apply
excessive forces (vibration, impact, drop, etc.) to the battery.
- Do not store or use the battery at high temperatures or
expose to direct sunlight.
- Do not expose to water, bring near fire or touch liquid
leakage or other contents directly.
- Incorrect handling of the battery may cause heat excessive
generation, bursting, ignition, liquid leakage or deformation,
and lead to injury, fire or failures and malfunctions of facilities
and other equipment.
STARTUP AND
MAINTENANCE
PRECAUTIONS
• Turn off the power to the PLC before attaching or detaching the
memory cassette. If the memory cassette is attached or
detached while the PLC's power is on, the data in the memory
may be destroyed, or the memory cassette may be damaged.
• Do not disassemble or modify the PLC.
Doing so may cause fire, equipment failures, or malfunctions.
For repair, contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative.
• Turn off the power to the PLC before connecting or
disconnecting any extension cable.
Failure to do so may cause equipment failures or malfunctions.
• Turn off the power to the PLC before attaching or detaching the
following devices.
Failure to do so may cause equipment failures or malfunctions.
- Peripheral devices, display module, expansion boards.
- Extension units/blocks, connector conversion adapter,
extension power supply units, special adapters, and FX
Series terminal blocks.
- Battery and memory cassettes
Indicates that incorrect handling may cause
hazardous conditions, resulting in death or
severe injury.
DISPOSAL
PRECAUTIONS
Indicates that incorrect handling may cause
hazardous conditions, resulting in medium or
slight personal injury or physical damage.
• Please contact a certified electronic waste disposal company for
the environmentally safe recycling and disposal of your device.
When disposing of batteries, separate them from other waste
according to local regulations.
(For details of the Battery Directive in EU countries, refer to
FX3UC Series User's Manual - Hardware Edition.)
Depending on the circumstances, procedures indicated by
may also cause severe injury.
It is important to follow all precautions for personal safety.
STARTUP AND
MAINTENANCE
PRECAUTIONS
• Do not touch any terminal while the PLC's power is on.
Doing so may cause electric shock or malfunctions.
• Before cleaning or retightening terminals, cut off all phases of
the power supply externally.
Failure to do so may cause electric shock.
• Before modifying or disrupting the program in operation or running
the PLC, carefully read through this manual and the associated
manuals and ensure the safety of the operation.
An operation error may damage the machinery or cause accidents.
Certification of UL, cUL standards
The FX3U(C) series and FX2NC/FX2N series input/output extension
blocks supporting UL, cUL standards are as follows:
(For other products that correspond with the UL, cUL standards
please refer to the FX3UC Series User's Manual - Hardware Edition
or catalog.)
UL, cUL file number :E95239
Models : MELSEC FX3U(C) series manufactured
FX3UC-32MT-LT-2
FX3U-232ADP(-MB) FX3U-485ADP(-MB)
FX3U-CF-ADP
FX3U-4AD-ADP
FX3U-4DA-ADP
FX3U-4AD-PT-ADP
FX3U-3A-ADP
FX3U-4AD-PTW-ADP FX3U-4AD-PNK-ADP
FX3U-4AD-TC-ADP
FX3UC-1PS-5V
Models :
MELSEC FX2NC series manufactured
FX2NC-16EX
FX2NC-32EX
FX2NC-16EYT
FX2NC-32EYT
FX2NC-16EX-T
FX2NC-16EYR-T
Models :
MELSEC FX2N series manufactured
FX2N-8EYR-S-ES/UL FX2N-8EX-UA1/UL
FX2N-16EYS
Compliance with EC directive (CE Marking)
This document does not guarantee that a mechanical system
including this product will comply with the following standards.
Compliance to EMC directive and LVD directive of the entire
mechanical system should be checked by the user / manufacturer.
For more details please contact the local Mitsubishi Electric sales
site.
(For other products that correspond with the EC directive please
refer to the FX3UC Series User's Manual - Hardware Edition or
catalog.)
Type :
Models :
Programmable Controller (Open Type Equipment)
MELSEC FX3U(C) series and FX2NC series
manufactured
from May 1st, 2005
FX3U-FLROM-16
FX3U-FLROM-64L
from June 1st, 2005
FX3U-232ADP
FX3U-485ADP
FX3U-4AD-ADP
FX3U-4DA-ADP
FX3U-4AD-PT-ADP FX3U-4AD-TC-ADP
FX3U-232-BD
FX3U-422-BD
FX3U-485-BD
FX3U-CNV-BD
FX3U-USB-BD
FX3U-FLROM-64
from April 1st, 2007
FX3U-232ADP-MB FX3U-485ADP-MB
from October 1st, 2007
FX3UC-1PS-5V
FX2NCEX
FX2NCEYT
Where
indicates:16,32
FX2NC-16EX-T
from December 1st, 2007 FX3U-4AD-PTW-ADP
FX3U-4AD-PNK-ADP
from April 1st, 2008
FX3UC-32MT-LT-2*
from June 1st, 2009
FX3U-3A-ADP
FX3U-CF-ADP
from September 1st, 2010 FX3U-8AV-BD
from May 1st, 2011
FX3U-FLROM-1M
* For the FX3UC-32MT-LT-2, those manufactured
before July 31st, 2010 are compliant with EN61131-2:2003,
those after August 1st, 2010 are compliant with EN61131-2:2007
Standard
EN61131-2:2007
Programmable
controllers
- Equipment
requirements and
tests
Requirement for Compliance with EMC directive
The following products have shown compliance through direct
testing (of the identified standards below) and design analysis
(through the creation of a technical construction file) to the European
Directive for Electromagnetic Compatibility (2004/108/EC) when
used as directed by the appropriate documentation.
Attention
• This product is designed for use in industrial applications.
Note
TRANSPORTATION
AND STORAGE
PRECAUTIONS
• Manufactured by:
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
2-7-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-8310 Japan
• Before transporting the PLC, turn on the power to the PLC to
check that the BAT LED is off, and check the battery life.
If the PLC is transported with the BAT LED on or the battery
exhausted, the battery-backed data may be unstable during
transportation.
• The PLC is a precision instrument. During transportation, avoid
impacts larger than those specified in Section 2.1. Failure to do
so may cause failures in the PLC.
After transportation, verify the operations of the PLC.
• When transporting lithium batteries, follow required
transportation regulations.
(For details of the regulated products, refer to FX3UC Series
User's Manual - Hardware Edition.)
• Manufactured at:
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Himeji Works
840 Chiyoda-machi, Himeji, Hyogo, 670-8677 Japan
• Authorized Representative in the European Community:
Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V.
Gothaer Str. 8, 40880 Ratingen, Germany
Remark
Compliance with all relevant aspects of
the standard.
EMI
• Radiated Emission
• Conducted Emission
EMS
• Radiated electromagnetic field
• Fast transient burst
• Electrostatic discharge
• High-energy surge
• Voltage drops and interruptions
• Conducted RF
• Power frequency magnetic field
Models : MELSEC FX2NC series manufactured
from October 1st, 2007 FX2NCEX
FX2NCEYT
Where
indicates:16,32
FX2NC-16EX-T
FX2NC-16EYR-T
Standard
Remark
EN61000-6-4:2007
- Generic emission
standard Industrial
environment
EN50081-2:1993
Electromagnetic
compatibility
Compliance with all relevant aspects of
the standard.
• Emission-Enclosure port
• Emission-Low voltage AC mains port
• Emission-Telecommunications/
network port
EN61000-6-2:2005
- Generic immunity
standard Industrial
environment
Compliance with all relevant aspects of
the standard.
• Radio-frequency electromagnetic field.
Amplitude modulated
• Fast transients
• Electrostatic discharge
• Surges
• Voltage dips
• Voltage interruptions
• Radio-frequency common mode
• Power-frequency magnetic field
Models : MELSEC FX2N series manufactured
from September 1st, 2010 FX2N-8EYR-S-ES/UL
Standard
Remark
EN61131-2:2007
Programmable
controllers
- Equipment
requirements and
tests
Compliance with all relevant aspects of
the standard.
EMI
• Radiated Emission
• Conducted Emission
EMS
• Radiated electromagnetic field
• Fast transient burst
• Electrostatic discharge
• High-energy surge
• Voltage drops and interruptions
• Conducted RF
• Power frequency magnetic field
Requirement for Compliance with LVD directive
The following products have shown compliance through direct
testing (of the identified standards below) and design analysis
(through the creation of a technical construction file) to the European
Directive for Low Voltage (2006/95/EC) when used as directed by
the appropriate documentation.
Type :
Programmable Controller (Open Type Equipment)
Models : MELSEC FX2NC series manufactured
from October 1st, 2007
FX2NC-16EYR-T
Standard
IEC1010-1:1990
/A1:1992
BSEN61010-1 :1993 *
Safety requirements for
electrical equipment for
measurement, control, and
laboratory use
- General requirements
Remark
The equipment has been
assessed as a component for
fitting in a suitable enclosure
which meets the requirements of
IEC 1010-1:
1990+A1:1992
* Compliance to BSEN61010-1 is claimed through virtue of direct
compliance to IEC1010-1 and Amendment 1.
Models : MELSEC FX2N series manufactured
from September 1st, 2010 FX2N-8EYR-S-ES/UL
Standard
EN61131-2:2007
Programmable controllers
- Equipment requirements
and tests
Remark
The equipment has been
assessed as a component for
fitting in a suitable enclosure
which meets the requirements of
EN61131-2:2007
Caution for compliance with EC Directive
Installation in Enclosure
Programmable logic controllers are open-type devices that must be
installed and used within conductive control boxes. Please use the
FX3UC-32MT-LT-2 programmable logic controllers while installed in
conductive shielded control boxes. Please secure the control box lid
to the control box (for conduction). Installation within a control box
greatly affects the safety of the system and aids in shielding noise
from the programmable logic controller.
Caution for Analog Products in use
The analog special adapters have been found to be compliant to the
European standards in the aforesaid manual and directive. However,
for the very best performance from what are in fact delicate
measuring and controlled output device Mitsubishi Electric would like
to make the following points;
As analog devices are sensitive by nature, their use should be
considered carefully. For users of proprietary cables (integral with
sensors or actuators), these users should follow the manufacturers’
installation requirements.
Mitsubishi Electric recommends that shielded cables be used. If no
other EMC protection is provided, then users may experience
temporary loss of accuracy between +10%/-10% in very heavy
industrial areas.
However, Mitsubishi Electric suggests that when adequate EMC
precautions are followed with general good EMC practice for the
users complete control system.
- Sensitive analog cables should not be laid next to or bound with
high voltage cabling. Where possible, users should run analog
cables separately.
- Good cable shielding should be used. When grounding the
shield - ensure that no loops are accidentally created.
- When reading analog values, EMC induced errors can be
smoothed out by averaging the readings. This can be achieved
either through functions on the analog special adapter/block or
through the user’s program in the FX3UC-32MT-LT-2 main unit.
Caution for CC-Link/LT Products in use
A*1
as defined in EN61131-2.
• Use the CC-Link/LT module in Zone
The terminal and the wiring for the following table can be used in
*1
zone B .
Classification
Model
CL1Y4-R1B1
Relay output*2 CL1Y4-R1B2
DC input/
Relay output*2
Terminal that
can be used in
zone B
Rated load
voltage
Terminal to
connect output 240V AC or less*3
signals and load 30V DC or less
power supply.
Terminal to
CL1XY4-DR1B2 connect output 240V AC or less*3
CL1XY8-DR1B2 signals and load 30V DC or less
power supply.
CC-Link/LT
Dedicated
CL1PSU-2A
Power Supply
Terminal block
to connect
power supply.
100/120/200/
230/240V AC
*1 Zone defined in EN61131-2
Separation defined in EN61131-2 for EMC LVD regulation
decided depending on condition in industrial setting.
Zone C = Factory mains which is isolated from public mains
by dedicated transformers.
Zone B = Dedicated power distribution which is protected by
secondary surge protection.(300V or less in the
rated voltage is assumed.)
Zone A = Local power distribution which is isolated from
dedicated power distribution by AC/DC converters,
isolation transformers, etc.(120V or less in the
rated voltage is assumed.)
*2 Terminal block connection type.
*3 250V AC or less when the unit dose not comply with UL or cUL
standards.
• When the following models use the CC-Link/LT power adapter
model (CL1PAD1), a power line connecting to the external power
supply terminal of the CL1PAD1 must be 30 m (98' 5") or less.
Classification
Model
Analog-Digital Converter*4
CL2AD4-B
Digital-Analog Converter*4
CL2DA2-B
*4 Terminal block connection type.
Associated manuals
FX3UC-32MT-LT-2 PLC (main unit) comes with this document
(hardware manual).
For a detailed explanation of the FX3UC Series hardware and
information on PLC programming instructions and special extension
unit/block, refer to the relevant documents.
Manual name
FX3UC Series
User's Manual
- Hardware Edition
Manual No.
JY997D28701
MODEL CODE:
09R519
Incorporated Items
Verify that the following product and items are included in the
package.
Included Items
Description
Explains the FX3UC Series
PLC specifications for I/O,
wiring, installation, and
maintenance.
FX3S/FX3G/FX3GC/
FX3U/FX3UC
Series
Programming
Manual
- Basic & Applied
Instruction Edition
JY997D16601
MODEL CODE:
09R517
MELSEC-Q/L/F
Structured
Programming
Manual
(Fundamentals)
SH-080782
MODEL CODE:
13JW06
Programming methods,
specifications, functions,
etc. required to create
structured programs.
FXCPU
Structured
Programming
Manual
[Device & Common]
JY997D26001
MODEL CODE:
09R925
Devices, parameters, etc.
provided in structured
projects of GX Works2.
FXCPU
Structured
Programming
Manual
[Basic & Applied
Instruction]
JY997D34701
MODEL CODE:
09R926
Sequence instructions
provided in structured
projects of GX Works2.
FXCPU
Structured
Programming
Manual
[Application
Functions]
JY997D34801
MODEL CODE:
09R927
Application functions
provided in structured
projects of GX Works2.
FX Series User’s
Manual - Data
Communication
Edition
JY997D16901
MODEL CODE:
09R715
Explains N:N Network,
parallel link, computer link,
non-protocol
communication by RS
instructions/FX2N-232IF.
FX3S/FX3G/FX3GC/
FX3U/FX3UC
Series
User's Manual
- Analog Control
Edition
JY997D16701
MODEL CODE:
09R619
Describes specifications
for analog control and
programming methods for
the FX3S/FX3G/FX3GC/
FX3U/FX3UC
Series PLC.
FX3S/FX3G/FX3GC/
FX3U/FX3UC
Series
User's Manual
- Positioning
Control Edition
JY997D16801
MODEL CODE:
09R620
Explains the positioning
control specifications of
the FX3S/FX3G/FX3GC/
FX3U/FX3UC
Series and programming
procedures
Describes PLC
programming for basic/
applied instructions STL/
SFC programming and
system devices.
Main units
Product
FX3UC-32MT-LT-2
1 unit
FX2NC-100MPCB
[1m (3’ 3"), three wire]
1 cable
FX2NC-100BPCB
[1m (3’ 3"), two wire]
1 cable
Manuals [Japanese version,
English version]
1 manual
each
Input / output extension blocks
How to obtain manuals
For product manuals or documents, consult with the Mitsubishi
Electric dealer from who you purchased your product.
FX2NCEX
FX2NC-16EX-T
FX2NCEYT
FX2NC-16EYR-T
Product
FX2NC-10BPCB1 [0.1m (3.93"),
double-ended]
Product
1 unit
1 cable
1 unit
1.
1.2
Outline
Main unit
87(3.43")
83(3.27")
Part names
[3]
[3]
Right side
[17]
[4]
[16]
[18]
[5]
[11]
[19]
[6]
[6]
[1]
[10]
Front panel
[3]
[23]
[10]
[8]
[17]
[20] [9]
cassette dummy cover
[17]
[28]
[27]
[17]
[22]
board dummy cover is removed
[9]
[9]
Unit: mm(inches)
Red
[7]
74(2.92")
[16] Display LED
Green
[2]
INSTALLATION
PRECAUTIONS
FX2NC input/output extension blocks (Connector type)
Green
Red
Green
Red
(13)
(0.52")
W
[11]
Display Module
[23] Extension block connecting
When display module is removed
74(2.91")
FX2NC input/output extension blocks (Terminal block type)
connector cover
Unit: mm(inches)
[12]
[13]
90(3.54")
[24]
[14]
[15]
No.
Name
No.
Name
[1]
Memory cassette dummy cover
POW LED
On while power to the PLC is on.
[2]
Memory cassette connecting connector
RUN LED
On while the PLC is running.
[3]
Special adapter connecting hooks
BAT LED
Lights when the battery voltagedrops.
[4]
Special adapter connecting holes
[5]
Expansion board fixing holes
[6]
Expansion board dummy cover
[16]
ERR LED
W
Type
15
(0.6")
Main unit
MASS
(Weight):
kg (lbs)
FX3UC-32MT-LT-2
55.0
(2.17)
Approx. 0.25
(0.55)
FX2NC-16EX
14.6
(0.57)
Approx. 0.15
(0.33)
FX2NC-32EX
26.2
(1.03)
Approx. 0.20
(0.44)
FX2NC-16EYT
14.6
(0.57)
Approx. 0.15
(0.33)
FX2NC-32EYT
26.2
(1.03)
Approx. 0.20
(0.44)
L RUN LED On while data link being executed (CC-link/LT built-in master).
[7]
Expansion board connecting connector
[8]
Special adapter connector cover
Connectors are not provided when expansion board
is not used.
L ERR LED On while data link being error (CC-link/LT built-in master).
[18] Input connector
[9]
DIN rail mounting hooks
[19] Output connector
[10]
DIN rail mounting groove
[DIN rail:DIN46277(35mm(1.38")wide)]
[20] Peripheral device connector (RS-422)
[17] FX3UC, FX2NC Extension block connecting hooks
Input/output
extension
blocks
(Connector
type)
[21] RUN/STOP switch
[11]
Display Module
[22] FX3UC, FX2NC Extension block connecting holes
[12]
"ESC" button
[23] FX3UC, FX2NC Extension block connector cover
Input/output
extension
blocks
(Terminal
block type)
74(2.91")
W:mm
(inches)
Model name
Flashing when a program error occurs.
Lights when a CPU error occurs.
FX2NC-16EX-T
20.2
(0.57)
Approx. 0.15
(0.33)
FX2NC-16EYR-T
24.2
(0.95)
Approx. 0.20
(0.44)
[13]
"-" button
[24] FX3UC, FX2NC Extension block connector
[14]
"+" button
[25] Nameplate
[15]
"OK" button
[26] CC-Link/LT interface connector
1.3
[27] Power connector for main unit
The FX3UC-32MT-LT-2 differs from the FX3UC-32MT-LT regarding
the following point.
[28] Battery cover, FX3U-32BL type battery (supplied)
General specifications and Installation
As for installation of the input/output extension blocks, special
adapters and expansion boards, refer to FX3UC Series User's
Manual - Hardware Edition.
13
(0.52")
55(2.17")
[6] When expansion board or expansion
[1] Memory cassette or Memory
[26]
[3]
[25]
[3]
[4]
[22]
[21]
[5]
[9]
[11]
2.
Under side
[17]
90(3.55")
Left side
Unit: mm(inches)
90(3.54")
1.1
• The FX3UC-32MT-LT-2 has no Dip switches for setting the built-in
CC-Link/LT master function CC-Link/LT is set up with GX Works2,
GX Developer (Ver.8.68W or later) or a display module.
External dimensions/weight
Difference with FX3UC-32MT-LT
• Make sure to cut off all phases of the power supply externally
before attempting installation or wiring work.
Failure to do so may cause electric shock or damage to the
product.
INSTALLATION
PRECAUTIONS
• Use the product within the generic environment specifications
described in section 2.1 of this manual.
Never use the product in areas with excessive dust, oily smoke,
conductive dusts, corrosive gas (salt air, Cl2, H2S, SO2 or
NO2), flammable gas, vibration or impacts, or expose it to high
temperature, condensation, or rain and wind.
If the product is used in such conditions, electric shock, fire,
malfunctions, deterioration or damage may occur.
• Do not touch the conductive parts of the product directly.
Doing so may cause device failures or malfunctions.
• Install the product securely using a DIN rail.
• Install the product on a flat surface.
If the mounting surface is rough, undue force will be applied to
the PC board, thereby causing nonconformities.
• When drilling screw holes or wiring, make sure that cutting and
wiring debris do not enter the ventilation slits.
Failure to do so may cause fire, equipment failures or
malfunctions.
• Be sure to remove the dust proof sheet from the PLC's
ventilation port when installation work is completed.
Failure to do so may cause fire, equipment failures or
malfunctions.
• Connect the extension cables, peripheral device cables, input/
output cables and battery connecting cable securely to their
designated connectors.
Loose connections may cause malfunctions.
• Turn off the power before attaching or detaching the following
devices.
Failure to do so may cause device failures or malfunctions.
- Peripheral devices, display module, expansion boards.
- Extension units/blocks, connector conversion adapter,
extension power supply units, special adapters, and FX
Series terminal blocks.
- Battery and memory cassettes
Notes
• When a dust proof sheet is supplied with an extension unit/
block, keep the sheet applied to the ventilation slits during
installation and wiring work.
• To prevent temperature rise, do not install the PLC on a floor, a
ceiling or a vertical surface.
Install it horizontally on a wall as shown in section 2.2.
• Keep a space of 50mm (1.97”) or more between the unit main
body and another device or structure (section 2.2 part A). Install
the unit as far away as possible from high-voltage lines, highvoltage devices and power equipment.
Generic specifications [Main unit]
Item
Specification
Ambient
0 to 55°C (32 to 131°F) when operating and -25 to
temperature 75°C (-13 to 167°F) when stored
4.9
-
147m/s2 Acceleration, Action time: 11ms, 3 times by
half-sine pulse in each direction X, Y, and Z
Noise
resistance
By noise simulator at noise voltage of 1,000Vp-p,
noise width of 1µs, rise time of 1ns and period of 30 to
100Hz
Grounding
A
A
Working
altitude
FX2N-CNV-BC
<2000m*3
A
2.3
Installation location
Installation location in enclosure
2) Disconnect all connected
cables including the power
cable, I/O cable and CC-Link/
LT cable.
≥ 50mm
A (1.97")
Procedures for installing to and detaching from
DIN rail
The main unit can be installed on a DIN46277 rail [35mm (1.38”)
wide].
(It cannot be installed directly with screws.)
2.3.1
Installing methods
1) Turn the power supply OFF.
2) Push the DIN rail mounting hooks
1 of all connected units/blocks as
shown in the figure on the right 2.
2.5
Connection of power supply connector
Use the dedicated built-in power connector to supply power to the
main unit.
Power should be supplied to the main unit, FX2NC Series input
extension blocks and FX2NC/FX3UC Series special function blocks.
Perform crossover wiring using two (upper and lower) power
connectors for extension blocks.
3) Insert a flathead screwdriver to
the DIN rail mounting hook (1
in the figure on the right).
A
*2 For common grounding, refer to section 3.1.3.
Removal methods
1) Turn the power supply OFF.
Other
equipment
Other
equipment
*1 The criterion is shown in IEC61131-2.
2.3.2
A
FX0N-65EC
FX0N-30EC
A
Class D grounding (grounding resistance: 100Ω or
less) <Common grounding with a heavy electrical
system is not allowed.>*2
Install the PLC in an environment conforming to the generic
specifications (section 2.1), installation precautions and notes.
For more details, refer to FX3UC Series User's Manual - Hardware
Edition.
3) Push the display module to install it (1
in the figure on the right).
A
Working
Free from corrosive or flammable gas and excessive
atmosphere conductive dusts
2.2
Installing
2) Put the connector of the display module
on the main unit (figure on the right).
≥50mm
A (1.97")
Configuration with extension cable
500V AC for one
minute
Between batch of all terminals
and ground terminal
5MΩ or more by
500V DC megger
*3 The PLC cannot be used at a pressure higher than the
atmospheric pressure to avoid damage.
2.4.2
1) Turn the power supply OFF.
A
FX2N-10PG
Insulation
resistance
4) While pressing the main unit onto the DIN rail, lock the DIN rail
mounting hooks as shown in the figure below 4.
A
FX2NC-CNV-IF
0.035
A
FX2NC-16EX
-
When
10 to 57
installed
on DIN 57 to
150
rail
Sweep Count
for X, Y, Z: 10
times
(80 min. in
each
direction)
FX2NC-16EX
Half
amplitude
(mm)
FX3UC
-32MT-LT-2
Acceleration
(m/s2)
FX2NC-16EYT
A
Frequency
(Hz)
Shock*1
resistance
Dielectric
withstand
voltage
4) Hold the display module (right fig.)
and remove the display module.
Configuration without extension cable
FX3UC
-32MT-LT-2
Vibration*1
resistance
3) Align the upper side of the DIN
rail mounting groove with the
DIN rail (3 in the figure on the
right).
5 to 95%RH (no condensation) when operating
FX3U-4AD-ADP
Ambient
humidity
Space in enclosure
Extension devices can be connected on the left and right sides of the
PLC main unit.
If you intend to add extension devices in the future, keep extra space
on the left and right sides open.
Other
equipment
2.1
4) Lever the screwdriver slightly
toward direction 2, to pull out
the DIN rail mounting hooks,
allowing them to come off the
DIN rail.
Main unit
Input extension block
Output extension block
Input extension block
5) Remove the main unit from the
DIN rail (3 in the figure on the
right).
Green
Ground
Black
Red
6) Push the DIN rail mounting
hooks as shown in the figure on
the right 4.
Red
Black
2.4
Resin
cover
Display module Installing/Removal
The display module can be removed.
2.4.1
Removal
1) Turn the power supply OFF.
The figure below shows the pin
numbers of the power connectors.
Main unit
Extension block
3 Ground
1
(Red)
(Green)
2
(Black)
2
(Black)
1
(Red)
Two power connectors of each extension block
are connected in parallel inside the block.
Accordingly, there is no discrimination between
the entrance side and the exit side of the
power supply. Either (upper or lower)
connector can be connected.
At shipment from the factory, a resin cover is
attached to the lower connector. Connect the
upper connector first. Remove the resin cover
from the lower connector when performing
crossover wiring for the later block.
2) Gently place the tip of a flat head
screwdriver to the Display module
fixing hooks (fig.1).
Removal of the power cable
3) Tilt the flat head screwdriver at
the two Display module fixing
hooks to lift the display module
from the main unit by about 1 mm
(0.04") (right fig.2).
Carefully perform the above trying
not to bend or break the Display
module fixing hooks.
2) Pinch the power cable
connector "a" and
d is co n n e c t it i n t h e
direction of the arrow
(see figure on the
right).
1) Turn the power supply
OFF.
Fixed
hook
FX3UC-32MT-LT-2
a
Press here
Power Cable types "A" and "B" are supplied with the main unit, while
type "C" is supplied with the FX2NCEX(-T) and FX2NC/FX3UC
Series special function blocks.
Type
Application
Model
A
Power cable for main FX2NCunit
100MPCB
B
Input power cable for
EX(-T)
the FX2NCFX2NCand FX2NC/FX3UC
100BPCB
series special function
blocks.
C
Input power crossover
cable for the FX2NCFX2NCEX(-T) and
FX2NC/FX3UC series 10BPCB1
special function
blocks.
Length
Cable supplied
with
1m
(3’ 3")
1m
(3’ 3")
Main unit
FX2NCEX(-T) and
0.1m
FX2NC/FX3UC
(3.93")
series special
function blocks
The crossover cable (type "C") can skip up to 4 16-point output
blocks to connect units.
If more blocks should be skipped to supply power to an extension
block, use cable type "B".
2.6
Connection to input/output connector
The input/output connectors of the Main units conform to MIL-C-83503.
Refer to Chapter 4 for the I/O connector pin arrangement.
(For CC-Link/LT interface connector, refer to FX3UC Series User's
Manual - Hardware Edition.)
Input
X
Output
Y
Model
names
FX-A32E150CAB
FX-A32E300CAB
FX-A32E500CAB
Length
Description
Shape
1.5m Cables for
(4’11”) connecting the A
3m Series Model
(9’10”) A6TBXY36
connector/terminal
block conversion
5m unit and input/
(16’4”) output connector
type
• Flat cables (with tube)
• PLC side: Two 20-pin
connectors in 16-point
units.
• Terminal block side:
A dedicated connector
• One common terminal
covers 32 input/output
terminals.
3) Connectors for user-made input/output cables (available
from Mitsubishi)
Users should provide electric wires and a pressure bonding tool.
Applicable electric wire
(UL-1061 are
recommended) and tool
Model name and composition of
input/output connector
Details of part
Our model name
(made by
DDK Ltd.)
Solderless
FX2C-I/O10connector
CON for flat piece
FRC2-A020cable
set
30S
FX2C-I/OCON-S for
bulk wire
Electric
wire size
AWG28
(0.1mm2)
1.27 pitch,
20-core
Housing
5HU-200S2-001 AWG22
piece Solderless
(0.3mm2)
set
contact
HU-411S
Pressure
bonding tool
(made by DDK
Ltd.)
357J-4674D:
Main body
357J-4664N:
Attachment
357J-5538
2) Input/output cables (available from Mitsubishi)
Input/output cables with attached connectors are available.
Model
names
Length
Description
Shape
FX-16E500CAB-S
• Single wire
(Wire color: red)
5m General-purpose
(16’4”) input/output cable • PLC side:
A 20-pin connector
FX-16E150CAB
1.5m
(4’11”)
FX-16E300CAB
3m Cables for
(9’10”) connecting the FX
Series terminal
5m block with input/
(16’4”) output connectors.
1.5m For terminal block
(4’11”) connection, refer to
FX3UC Series
3m User's Manual (9’10”) Hardware Edition.
5m
(16’4”)
FX-16E500CAB
FX-16E150CAB-R
FX-16E300CAB-R
FX-16E500CAB-R
• Flat cables (with tube)
• A 20-pin connector at
both ends
2.7
2.6mm
(0.11")
2.7.2
Tightening Torque
Tighten the terminals to a torque of 0.22 to 0.25N•m.
Do not tighten terminal screws with a torque outside the abovementioned range.
Failure to do so may cause equipment failures or malfunctions.
Tool
To tighten terminals, use a
purchased small-sized screwdriver
whose head is straight and is not
widened as shown in the right
figure.
Type
Wire size
Single wire
0.3mm2 to 0.5mm2 (AWG22 to 20)
Double wire
0.3mm2 (AWG22)×2
2) Termination
Strip the coating of strand wire and twist the cable core before
connecting it, or strip the coating of single wire before connecting
it. An alternative connection is to use a ferrule with insulating
sleeve.
<Reference>
Model
AI 0.5-8WH
*2 Old model name: CRIMPFOX UD 6
Caulking tool
CRIMPFOX 6*1
(or CRIMPFOX 6T-F*2)
DESIGN
PRECAUTIONS
• Note that when an error occurs in a remote I/O unit, the output
could be held either on or off.
For output signals that may lead to serious accidents, external
circuits for monitoring should be provided.
14mm(0.56")
With
straight tip
0.4mm
(0.02")
DESIGN
PRECAUTIONS
• Do not bundle the control line and CC-Link/LT connection
cables together with or lay them close to the main circuit or
power line. As a guideline, lay the control line and CC-Link/LT
connection cables at least 100 mm (3.94") or more away from
the main circuit or power line.
Noise may cause malfunctions.
• Install the product so that excessive force will not be applied to
peripheral device connectors, power connectors, input/output
connectors, CC-Link/LT interface connectors or CC-Link/LT
connection cables.
Failure to do so may result in wire damage/breakage or PLC
failure.
2.5mm
(0.1")
Note:
If the diameter of screwdriver grip is too small, tightening torque will
not be able to be achieved. To achieve the appropriate tightening
torque shown in the table above, use the following screwdriver or an
appropriate replacement (grip diameter approximately 25mm
(0.98”)).
<Reference>
Model
SZS 0.4×2.5
Power supply/input/output specifications
and examples of external wiring
For details of power supply and I/O wiring, or CC-Link/LT wiring,
refer to the FX3UC Series User's Manual - Hardware Edition.
DESIGN
PRECAUTIONS
*1 Old model name: CRIMPFOX ZA 3
• Round multicore cables
• A 20-pin connector at
both ends
8mm
(0.32")
When using a stick terminal with an insulating sleeve, choose a wire
with proper cable sheath referring to the above outside dimensions,
otherwise the wire cannot be inserted easily.
3.
Cable
Manufacturer
Contact area
(Crimp area)
357J-13963
1) Applicable cable
Phoenix Contact
Insulating sleeve
9mm
(0.36")
Phoenix Contact
Connection to input/output terminal block
2.7.1
• Bar terminal with insulating sleeve
Termination of
cable end
Manufacturer
Housing
FX2C-I/O5HU-200S2-001 AWG20
CON-SA for piece Solderless
(0.5mm2)
bulk wire
set
contact
HU-411SA
4) Certified connectors (commercially available connectors)
Connectors made by DDK Ltd. shown in item 3).
1) Compliant connectors (commercially available connectors)
Use a 20-pin (1-key) socket connector conforming to MIL-C83503.
Confirm in advance that the connectors do not interfere with other
parts including connector covers.
• Stranded wire/solid wire
• Make sure to have the following safety circuits outside of the
PLC to ensure safe system operation even during external
power supply problems or PLC failure.
Otherwise, malfunctions may cause serious accidents.
1) Most importantly, have the following: an emergency stop
circuit, a protection circuit, an interlock circuit for opposite
movements (such as normal vs. reverse rotation), and an
interlock circuit (to prevent damage to the equipment at the
upper and lower positioning limits).
2) Note that when the PLC CPU detects an error, such as a
watchdog timer error, during self-diagnosis, all outputs are
turned off. Also, when an error that cannot be detected by
the PLC CPU occurs in an input/output control block,
output control may be disabled.
External circuits and mechanisms should be designed to
ensure safe machinery operation in such a case.
3) Note that when an error occurs in a relay, triac or transistor
output device, the output could be held either on or off.
For output signals that may lead to serious accidents,
external circuits and mechanisms should be designed to
ensure safe machinery operation in such a case.
Notes
• Simultaneously turn on and off the power supplies of the main
unit and extension devices.
• Even if the power supply causes an instantaneous power failure
for 5ms or less, the PLC can continue to operate.
• If a long-time power failure or an abnormal voltage drop occurs,
the PLC stops, and output is turned off. When the power supply is
restored, it will automatically restart (when the RUN input is on).
WIRING
PRECAUTIONS
• Make sure to cut off all phases of the power supply externally
before attempting installation or wiring work.
Failure to do so may cause electric shock or damage to the
product.
WIRING
PRECAUTIONS
• Connect the DC power supply wiring to the dedicated
connectors specified in this manual. If an AC power supply is
connected to a DC input/output terminal (connector) or DC
power supply terminal (connector), the PLC will burn out.
• Do not wire vacant terminals externally.
Doing so may damage the product.
• Perform class D grounding (grounding resistance: 100Ω or
less) to the grounding terminal on the main unit.
Do not use common grounding with heavy electrical systems
(refer to subsection 3.1.3).
• When drilling screw holes or wiring, make sure cutting or wire
debris does not enter the ventilation slits.
Failure to do so may cause fire, equipment failures or
malfunctions.
Notes
• Input/output wiring 50 to 100m (164’1” to 328’1”) long will cause
almost no problems of noise, but, generally, the wiring length
should be less than 20m (65’7”) to ensure the safety.
• Extension cables are easily affected by noise. Lay the cables at
a distance of at least 30 to 50mm (1.19” to 1.97”) away from the
PLC output and other power lines.
3.1
Power supply specifications and example of
external wiring
For more details, refer to FX3UC Series User's Manual - Hardware
Edition.
3.1.1
Power supply specifications
The specifications for the power supply of the main unit are shown in
the following table.
Item
Supply voltage
Specification
24V DC +20% -15%*1
Ripple Voltage (p-p)5% or less
Operation can be continued
Allowable instantaneous power upon occurrence of an
failure time
instantaneous power failure
for 5ms or less.
CPU, I/O operations
Power power supply circuit
fuse
CC-Link/LT built-in
power supply circuit
Rush current
Power
consumption*2
Example of external wiring (power type)
Item
Supply 24V DC power to the main unit and FX2NCEX(-T) using
the dedicated connector. For the details of wiring work, refer to
Section 2.5. For the power supply wiring of the FX2NC input
extension blocks, refer to the Subsection 3.2.3
Use a 24V DC +20% -15%*1 DC power supply whose ripple (p-p) is
within 5%. The allowable range of the 24V DC power supply may be
narrower when special function units/blocks are connected. For
more details, refer to the FX3UC Series User's Manual - Hardware
Edition
24V DC
+20%
-15%*1
Fuse
Breaker,Circuit
protector,Fuse etc.
125V 3.15A
PL
Power
on
-
+
MC
Emergency
stop
Class D
grounding
Refer to
subsection
3.1.3 for
details.
PLC
125V 0.8A
Power supply for loads connected to PLC output terminals
30A max.0.5ms/24V DC
9W
5V DC built-in power supply*3
5V DC, 350mA
Built-in power supply for
CC-Link/ LT networks
24V DC, 350mA
*1 When the built-in CC-Link/LT master function is used, refer to
the FX3UC Series User's Manual - Hardware Edition.
*2 Input/output extension blocks, special function units/blocks and
CC-Link/LT network are not contained in power consumption.
For power consumption of the FX2NC input/output extension
blocks, refer to the following table.
Refer to the FX3UC Series User's Manual - Hardware Edition.
For the power consumed by the special function units/blocks,
refer to the appropriate manuals.
Model names
3.1.2
Power consumption
FX2NC-16EX-T
2.2W
FX2NC-16EX
2.2W
FX2NC-32EX
4.2W
FX2NC-16EYR-T
2.2W
FX2NC-16EYT
0.35W
FX2NC-32EYT
0.7W
*3 Cannot be used to supply power to an external destination.
This power is supplied to input/output extension blocks, special
extension blocks, special adapters and expansion boards only.
*1 When the built-in CC-Link/LT master function is used, refer to
the FX3UC Series User's Manual - Hardware Edition.
3.1.3
Grounding
Input
FX2NCimpedance
Input
signal
current
Input specification (24V DC)
EX(-T)
4.3Ω
FX3UC- X000 to X005
32MT- X006, X007
LT-2
X010 to X017
FX2NC-
EX(-T)
EX(-T)
6mA/24V DC
For more details, refer to the FX3UC Series User's Manual Hardware Edition
7mA/24V DC
3.3.1
4.5mA or more
Number of
output points
3.5mA or more
1.5mA or less
10ms*1
Input response time
Approx.
Input signal form
No-voltage contact input
NPN open collector transistor
Circuit insulation
Photocoupler insulation
FX3UC-32MT-LT-2
Monitor by the display module
EX(-T)
LED on panel turns ON when
photocoupler is driven.
3.2.2
• Perform class D grounding. (Grounding resistance: 100 Ω or less)
Inputs turn ON when the input terminal and COM terminal are
electrically connected with a no-voltage contact or NPN open
collector transistor
PLC
Other
equipment
Independent grounding
(Best condition)
PLC
Other
equipment
Shared grounding
(Good condition)
PLC
• Position the grounding point as close to the PLC as possible to
decrease the length of the ground wire.
3.2
FX3UC32MT-LT-2
FX2NC-16EX-T
Input specification (24V DC)
X001
16 points
X002
32 points
FX3UC-32MT-LT-2
Input
EX
connecting FX2NCtype
FX2NC-16EX-T
Terminal block
Input form
Sink
Input signal voltage
24V DC +20% -15%
Ripple Voltage (p-p)5% or less
X000 to X005
FX3UCInput
32MT- X006, X007
impedance
LT-2
X010 to X017
3.3kΩ
connector
FX2NC††EX(-T)
+
COM
COM
X000
3.9kΩ
4.3kΩ
*1 The grounding resistance should be 100Ω or less.
EYT
0.1A/point
7.2W/point
(24V DC)
FX2NC-
EYT
Open circuit leakage current
2.4W/point
(24V DC)
Make sure that
the total load
current of 8
resistance load
points is 0.8A*1
or less.
Make sure that
the total load of
16 inductive
load points is
38.4W/24V DC
or less.
2.4W/point (24V DC)
0.1mA or less/30V DC
Y000 to
FX3UC- Y003
32MTOFF→ LT-2
Y004 to
ON
Y017
EYT
Y000 to
FX3UC- Y003
32MTY004 to
LT-2
Y017
FX2NC-
0.1A/point
Y000 to
Y003
FX3UC32MTY004 to
LT-2
Y017
FX2NC-
0.3A/point
EYT
5µs or less/10mA or more
(5 to 24V DC)*2
0.2ms or less/100mA or more
(at 24V DC)*3
0.2ms or less/100mA or more
(at 24V DC)
5µs or less/10mA or more
(5 to 24V DC)*2
0.2ms or less/100mA or more
(at 24V DC)*3
0.2ms or less/100mA or more
(at 24V DC)
Photocoupler insulation
FX3UC-32MT-LT-2 Monitor by the display module
Display of
LED on panel turns ON when
output operation FX2NCEYT
photocoupler is driven.
X000
16 points
16 points
Inductive
load
Circuit insulation
COM
COM
Number of FX2NC-16EX
input points FX2NC-32EX
FX2NCMax.
load
Class D
grounding*1
Input specifications
Item
5 to 30V DC
Y000 to
FX3UC- Y003
Resis- 32MTY004 to
tance LT-2
Y017
load
ON→
OFF
-
Input specifications and external wiring
FX3UC-32MT-LT-2
Sink
Response
time
+
For more details, refer to the FX3UC Series User's Manual Hardware Edition
3.2.1
Fuse
32 points
External power supply
Breaker, Circuit protector,
Fuse, etc.
24V DC
16 points
FX2NC-32EYT
Connector
Example of input wiring
Common grounding
(Not allowed)
FX2NC-16EYT
Output form
Handling of 24V DC input
Other
equipment
FX3UC-32MT-LT-2 16 points
Output connecting type
*1 X000 to X017 use adjustable digital filter values. For details,
refer to FX3UC Series User's Manual - Hardware Edition.
3.2.3
Output specification
(Transistor)
Item
3.5mA or more
Ground the PLC as stated below.
• Ground the PLC independently if possible.
If it cannot be grounded independently, ground it jointly as shown
below.
Transistor output specifications
5mA/24V DC
3.5mA or more
Input OFF FX3UC-32MT-LT-2
current
FX2NCEX(-T)
Operation
display
FX2NC-
Output specifications and example of external
wiring
5mA/24V DC
FX3UC- X000 to X005
ON input 32MT- X006, X007
sensitivity LT-2
X010 to X017
current
FX2NC-
3.3
Three
wire
sensor
NPN
*1 When the two COM terminals are connected outside the
PLC, resistance load is 1.6A or less.
Where indicates:1 or 2
*2 When using an instruction related to pulse train output or
positioning, make sure to set the load current to 10 to 100mA
(5 to 24V DC).
*3 The transistor OFF time is longer under lighter loads.
For example, under a load of 24V DC 40mA, the response time
is approx. 0.3ms. When response performance is required
under light loads, provide a dummy resistor to increase the load
current. For details, refer to FX3UC Series User's Manual Hardware Edition.
3.3.5
Handling of relay output circuit
3.4.2
Output terminal:
The FX2NC-16EYR-T has 8 relay output points per common.
Two COM terminals connected to each other inside the PLC are
provided for outputs.
Connect two COM terminals outside the PLC so that the load
applied to each COM terminal is smaller.
Where indicates:1 or 2
3.3.6
Example of relay output wiring
COM1
FX2NC-16EYR-T
COM1
Emergency
stop
24V
DC
3.3.4
Y000
Y001
Load
Load
100V
AC
Fuse
Item
FX2NC-16EYR-T
3.4
Output specification (Relay)
16 points
Terminal block
External power supply
30V DC or less or 240V AC or less
(250V AC or less when the unit
does not comply with CE, UL or
cUL standards)
Max. load
Inductive load
2A/point
When using one COM
terminal, make sure that
the total load current of
8 resistance load points
is 4A or less.
When connecting two
COM terminals
outside the PLC, make
sure that the total load
current of 8 resistance
load points is 8A or less.
80VA
For the product life of relay contacts,
refer to the FX3UC Series User's
Manual - Hardware Edition.
−
Open circuit leakage current
Minimum load
Response
time
Y000
Y001
Load
Y002
Load
Load
Fuse
5V DC, 2mA (reference value)
OFF→ON
Approx. 10ms
ON→OFF
Approx. 10ms
Cautions on input/output wiring
Notes
• The derating curve below shows the simultaneous ON ratio of
available PLC inputs or outputs with respect to the ambient
temperature. Use the PLC within the simultaneous input or
output ON ratio range shown in the figure.
Derating curve
simultaneous ON ratio
Supply voltage: 24V DC
When only the main
unit is used (without
extension blocks)
80%
50%
When extension blocks
are connected
applicable
20%
30°C 40°C 45°C 55°C Ambient temperature
3.4.1
Instructions for input devices
The input current of this PLC is 5 to 7mA/24V DC. Use input devices
applicable to this minute current. If switches for larger current are
being used, contact failure may occur. For details, refer to FX3UC
Series User's Manual - Hardware Edition.
1) In the case of input devices with built-in series diodes:
The voltage drop of the series diode should be approx. 4V or
less. When lead switches with a series LED are used, up to two
switches can be connected in series. Also make sure that the
input current is over the input-sensing level while the switches are
ON.
Main units
4.1.1
FX3UC-32MT-LT-2
Cautions on transistor output wiring
For more details, refer to FX3UC Series User's Manual - Hardware
Edition.
FX3UC-32MT-LT-2
X0
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X10
X11
X12
X13
X14
X15
X16
X17
OUT
Y0 Y10
Y1 Y11
Y2 Y12
Y3 Y13
Y4 Y14
Y5 Y15
Y6 Y16
Y7 Y17
COM
COM
COM1 COM1
IN
1) Protection circuit for load short-circuits
A short-circuit at a load connected to an output terminal could
cause burnout at the output element or the PC board. To prevent
this, a protection fuse should be included at the output.
Use a load power supply capacity that is two times or more the
total rated capacity of the fuses connected to the load circuit.
Reverse voltage
5 to 10 times of the load voltage
Forward current
Load current or more
3) Interlock
Loads, such as contactors for normal and reverse rotations, that
must not be turned on simultaneously should have an interlock in
the PLC program and an external interlock.
3.4.3
Output connecting type
Resistance load
COM1
Emergency
stop
Load
Relay output specifications
Number
of output
points
COM1
Y002
4.1
2) Contact protection circuit for inductive loads
When an inductive load is connected, connect a diode (for
commutation) in parallel with the load as necessary.
The diode (for commutation) must comply with the following
specifications.
1. Examples of sink output wiring
FX3UC-32MT-LT-2
FX2NC-††EYT
3) In the case of 2-wire proximity switch:
Use a two-wire proximity switch whose leakage current is 1.5mA
or less when the switch is off. When the current is 1.5mA or more,
connect a bleeder resistor.
Cautions on relay output wiring
4.2
4.2.1
5 to 10 times of the load voltage
Forward current
Load current or more
b) AC circuit
Connect the surge absorber (combined CR components such
as a surge killer and spark killer, etc.) parallel to the load.
Select the rated voltage of the surge absorber suitable to the
output used. Refer to the table below for other specifications.
Electrostatic capacity
Approx. 0.1µF
Resistance value
Approx. 100 to 200Ω
3) Interlock
Loads, such as contactors for normal and reverse rotations, that
must not be turned on simultaneously should have an interlock in
the PLC program and an external interlock.
4) Common mode
Use output contacts of the PLC in the common mode.
FX2NC-
EX
FX2NC-32EX
IN
1) Protection circuit for load short-circuits
A short-circuit at a load connected to an output terminal could
cause burnout at the output element or the PC board. To prevent
this, a protection fuse should be included at the output.
Reverse voltage
FX2NC input/output extension blocks
FX2NC-16EX
For more details, refer to FX3UC Series User's Manual - Hardware
Edition.
2) Protection circuit of contact when inductive load is used
An internal protection circuit for the relays is not provided for the
relay output circuit in the extension block. It is recommended to
use inductive loads with built-in protection circuits. When using
loads without built-in protection circuits, insert an external contact
protection circuit, etc. to reduce noise and extend the product life.
a) DC circuit
Connect a diode in parallel with the load.
U s e a d io d e (f o r c o mmu t at i on ) h av i ng t he fo ll ow in g
specifications.
Notch
4.2.2
IN
X0
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X0
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
COM
COM
Notch
FX2NC-
COM1 COM1
X0
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X0
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X0
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
COM
COM
COM
COM
Notch
EYT
FX2NC-16EYT
OUT
Y0
Y0
Y1
Y1
Y2
Y2
Y3
Y3
Y4
Y4
Y5
Y5
Y6
Y6
Y7
Y7
IN
X0
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
Upper
LED on panel lights when power is
applied to relay coil.
Terminal Layout
FX2NC-32EYT
Notch
OUT
Y0
Y0
Y1
Y1
Y2
Y2
Y3
Y3
Y4
Y4
Y5
Y5
Y6
Y6
Y7
Y7
OUT
Y0
Y0
Y1
Y1
Y2
Y2
Y3
Y3
Y4
Y4
Y5
Y5
Y6
Y6
Y7
Y7
COM1 COM1
COM2 COM2
Upper
Display of output operation
4.
Lower
Mechanical insulation
Lower
Example of transistor output wiring
Circuit insulation
2) In the case of input device with built-in parallel resistance:
Use a device with a parallel resistance of 15kΩ or more. When
the resistance is less than 15kΩ, connect a bleeder resistor.
Upper
3.3.3
Output specification (Relay)
Upper
Output current
The ON voltage of the output transistor is approx. 1.5V. When
driving a semiconductor element, carefully check the input voltage
characteristics of the applied element.
Item
Lower
Handling of transistor output circuit
Output terminal:
The main unit and FX2NC input/output extension block have 16
transistor output points per common.
Two COM terminals connected to each other inside the PLC are
provided for outputs.
Connect two COM terminals outside the PLC so that the load
applied to each COM terminal is smaller.
Where indicates:1 or 2
Lower
3.3.2
Notch
FX2NC-16EX-T, FX2NC-16EYR-T
Upper
IN
X0
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
FX2NC-16EYR-T
Lower
Lower
FX2NC-16EX-T
OUT
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
COM
COM1
COM
COM1
X0
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
Upper
4.2.3
COM
COM2
COM
COM2
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