QA6ADP QA Conversion Adapter Module User's Manual QA6ADP Thank you for purchasing the Mitsubishi programmable controller MELSEC-Q series. Prior to use, please read this and relevant manuals thorougly to fully understand the product. MODEL QA6ADP-U-JE MODEL 13JY50 CODE IB(NA)-0800402-G(1405)MEE © 2007 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT (1) Mitsubishi programmable controller ("the PRODUCT") shall be used in conditions; i) where any problem, fault or failure occurring in the PRODUCT, if any, shall not lead to any major or serious accident; and ii) where the backup and fail-safe function are systematically or automatically provided outside of the PRODUCT for the case of any problem, fault or failure occurring in the PRODUCT. (2) The PRODUCT has been designed and manufactured for the purpose of being used in general industries. 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Print Date Aug., 2007 Mar., 2008 *Manual Number IB(NA)-0800402-A IB(NA)-0800402-B Mar., 2010 IB(NA)-0800402-C Apr., 2010 IB(NA)-0800402-D Mar., 2011 IB(NA)-0800402-E Oct., 2011 IB(NA)-0800402-F May, 2014 IB(NA)-0800402-G Revision First printing Partial correction Section 2.2, 6.1 Partial correction Section 2.2 Addition CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT Partial correction Back cover Partial correction Section6.2 Partial correction Section2.1 Partial correction Section3.1 This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual 2007 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION A-3 CONTENTS 1. OVERVIEW .................................................................................................... 1 1.1 Overview................................................................................................... 1 1.2 Included Parts........................................................................................... 2 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ......................................................................... 3 2.1 System Configuration ............................................................................... 3 2.2 Configuration Device List.......................................................................... 5 3. SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................... 8 3.1 General Specifications.............................................................................. 8 3.2 Performance Specifications ...................................................................... 9 4. PART NAMES AND SETTING ..................................................................... 10 4.1 Part Names............................................................................................. 10 4.2 Extension Stage Number Setting ........................................................... 11 5. MOUNTING AND INSTALLATION ............................................................... 12 5.1 Mounting/Removal of QA6ADP .............................................................. 12 5.2 Connection/Disconnection of Extension Cable....................................... 14 6. PRECAUTION FOR USING QA6ADP.......................................................... 17 6.1 Current Consumption of QA6ADP .......................................................... 17 6.2 Voltage Drop of Extension Cable ........................................................... 18 7. COMPATIBLE MODELS LIST ...................................................................... 20 GENERIC TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS Unless otherwise specified, this manual uses the following generic terms and abbreviations to explain the QA conversion adapter module. Generic term/Abbreviation A5B A6B QA6ADP QA6ADP+A5B/A6B Description Generic term for A52B, A55B, and A58B extension base units on which A series I/O module and special function module can be mounted without power supply. Generic term for A62B, A65B, and A68B extension base units on which A series I/O module and special function module can be mounted. Abbreviation for QA6ADP QA conversion adapter module. Abbreviation for A large type extension base unit on which QA6ADP is mounted. A-4 1. OVERVIEW 1.1 Overview This user’s manual describes the specifications, configuration device, part names and setting, and implementation and installation of the QA6ADP QA conversion adapter module. For contents that are not described in this manual such as safety precautions, EMC and low voltage directives, or error code list, refer to QCPU User’s Manual (Hardware Design, Maintenance and Inspection) (SH-080483). The QA6ADP is the adapter module connecting the A (large type) series extension base unit to the Q series main base unit. Q3B A3B Replace CPU with QCPU QA6B Replace the main base unit (A3B) with the extension base unit (QA6B) A6B A6B Mount the QA6ADP on the extension base unit (A6B) QA6ADP POINT • The QA6ADP is CE-compliant. To meet the EMC directive, the extension base unit and module to be used in combination with the QA6ADP should be CE-compliant. • When using a control line or communication cable, keep it away from the main circuit or power line 100mm or more. Failure to do so may cause malfunction due to noise. 1 1.2 Included Parts This section describes parts included with this module. Product name QA6ADP QA conversion adapter module Adapter module mounting bracket Mounting bracket fixing screw Board fixing screw This manual Model QA6ADP 2 Quantity 1 1 1 1 1 Remarks 2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.1 System Configuration This section describes the system configuration and restrictions when the QA6ADP is used. (1) The QA6ADP+A5B/A6B is only applicable for the following CPU modules. • High Performance model QCPU • Universal model QCPU whose serial number (first five digits) is "13102" or later (2) Mount the Q5B/Q6B, QA6B, and QA6ADP+A5B/A6B in order from the nearest position of the main base unit. The QA6ADP cannot be used in combination with the QA1S5B or QA1S6B. (3) The number of slots of the QA6ADP+A5B/A6B is always displayed in 8 slots, regardless of the number of slots of the extension base unit to be used in combination with the QA6ADP. Assign the I/O number of a module, putting each series in block and in order of "Q seriesA series" or "A seriesQ series". Failure to do so may cause an error (SP.UNITLAY ERR). In addition, do not duplicate the I/O number. (4) For the extension stage number setting of the extension base unit, set stage number (the first to seventh stages) to extension stages from the one nearest to the main base unit. (5) An extension cable connectable to the QA6ADP is the Q series extension cable only. (6) Set the same stage number to both the stage number setting connector of the extension base unit and that of the QA6ADP. (7) The QA6ADP+A5B/A6B cannot be used as the MELSECNET/ H remote I/O station. 3 (8) The bus connection with GOT is not available for the QA6ADP+A5B/A6B. Power supply [Extension stage number setting] Stage number setting connector CPU module 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 .........Q38B 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Power supply 1 Main base unit ..............Q68B Q series compatible extension base unit (The Q5B/Q6B is connected to the main base unit or the Q5B/Q6B.) Power supply 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 2 ...QA68B A series compatible extension base unit (The QA6B is connected to the main base unit, the end of the Q5B/Q6B, or the QA6B.) ......A68B A series compatible extension base unit (The QA6ADP+A5B/A6B is connected to the main base unit, the end of the Q5B/Q6B/QA6B, or the QA6ADP +A5B/A6B.) 3 Power supply 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 QA6ADP 4 2.2 Configuration Device List (1) Extension base unit mountable on the QA6ADP The following shows extension base units that can be mounted on the QA6ADP. Product name Extension base unit (Power supply module not mounting type) Extension base unit (Power supply module mounting type) A52B, A55B-UL, Model A55B, A58B-UL A62B, A65B-UL, A65B, A68B-UL Remarks A58B, A68B, (2) Module mountable on the extension base unit where the QA6ADP is mounted The following shows modules that can be mounted on the extension base unit where the QA6ADP is mounted. Product name Power supply module Power supply module (I/O slot mounting type) AC input module AC/DC input module DC input module Contact output module Triac output module Transistor output module Dynamic I/O module Combined I/O module Model A61PN, A61PEU, A61P, A63P, A68P Remarks A62P, A62PEU AX10, AX20, AX31, AX40, AX42, AX60-S1, AX80, AX81-S1, AX81B, AY10, AY11A, AY11EEU, AY13EU, AY22, AY40, AY42, AY42-S3, AY51, AY60S, AY71, AY81, A42XY AH42 AX11, AX21, AX31-S1 AX41, AX42-S1, AX70, AX80E, AX81-S2, AX82 AY10A, AY11E, AY13, AY15EU AY23 AY40A, AY42-S1, AY42-S4, AY51-S1, AY60E, AY72, AY82EP AX11EU, AX21EU *6 AX41-S1, AX50-S1, AX71, AX81, AX81-S3, AY11, AY11AEU, AY13E, AY41, AY42-S2, AY50, AY60, AY70, AY80, 5 Product name High-speed counter module A/D converter module D/A converter module Temperature-digital converter module Interrupt module Positioning module A-A1S module conversion adapter MELSECNET/MINI-S3 master module Intelligent communication module PC fault detection module MELSEC-I/OLINK module B/NET interface module Blank cover Dummy module AD61, A68AD, A616AD A62DA, A68DAI-S1, A68RD3, A68RD4N, A60MXR, A60MXTN AI61, AD70, AD71S1, AD72 AD75M1, AD75P1-S3, A1ADP-XY, Model AD61S1 A68AD-S2, A68ADN, A62DA-S1, A616DAV, A68RD3N, A616TD, A60MXRN, A68DAV, A616DAI A68RD4, A60MX, A60MXT, AI61-S1 AD70D, AD71S2, AD71, AD71S7, AD75M2, AD75P2-S3, A1ADP-SP AJ71PT32-S3, AJ71T32-S3 AD51, AD51E, AD51E-S3, AD51H, AS91 AJ51T64 AJ71B62-S3 AG60 AG62 6 Remarks *1 *2 AD75M3, AD75P3-S3 *1 *3 *4 *1 AD51-S3, AD51H-S3 *2 *1 *2 The dedicated instructions used in the QnA/A series program cannot be used in the QCPU. Replace the dedicated instructions with the FROM/TO instructions. There is restriction on the number of mountable modules. Product name Intelligent communication module Interrupt module *3 *4 *5 *6 Model AD51, AD51-S3, AD51H, AI61, AD51E, AD51E-S3, AD51H-S3 AI61-S1 No. of mountable modules 6 1 *5 Using the A-A1S module conversion adapter enables to use modules equivalent to the AnS module by the module shown in the table. For the mountable modules, refer to A-A1S Module Conversion Adapter User's Manual (IB-0800352). Only the multidrop link function can be used with the A1SJ71UC24R4+A1ADP. The interrupt module can use only one out of the QI60 (when mounted on the Q3B, Q5B or Q6B), AI61, and AI61-S1. The normal operation of A series AC input module can be guaranteed only when the base unit on which the A series power supply module is mounted exists in the system. Make sure that the following condition is satisfied when A series AC input module is used. A series AC input module is mounted on the QA6B or QA6ADP+A6B. A series AC input module is mounted on the QA6ADP+A5B. However, A series compatible extension base unit, QA6B or QA6ADP+A6B, exists in the system. 7 3. SPECIFICATIONS 3.1 General Specifications This section describes general specifications of the QA6ADP. Item Operating ambient temperature Température ambiante de fonctionnement Storage ambient temperature Operating ambient humidity Storage ambient humidity Specifications 0 to 55 °C 0 à 55 °C -20 to 75 °C 10 to 90 % RH, No-condensing 10 to 90 % RH, No-condensing Accelera Amplitude -tion 10 to 57 Hz 0.075 mm Frequency Vibration resistance Shock resistance Operation ambiance Operating elevation *3 Installation location Overvoltage category *1 Pollution degree *2 Equipment category *1 Conforming to JIS B 3502, IEC 61131-2 Sweep count Under intermittent 10 times 57 to 150 Hz 9.8 m/s2 vibration each in 00.35 mm X, Y, Z Under 10 to 57 Hz (0.001 in.) directions continuous vibration 57 to 150 Hz 4.9 m/s2 Conforming to JIS B 3502, IEC 61131-2 2 (147 m/s , 3 times in each of 3 directions XYZ) No corrosive gasses 0 to 2000 m Control panel II max. 2 max. Class I This indicates the section of the power supply to which the equipment is assumed to be connected between the public electrical power distribution network and the machinery within premises. Category II applies to equipment for which electrical power is supplied from fixed facilities. The surge voltage withstand level for up to the rated voltage of 300 V is 2500 V. 8 *2 *3 This index indicates the degree to which conductive material is generated in terms of the environment in which the equipment is used. Pollution level 2 is when only non-conductive pollution occurs. A temporary conductivity caused by condensing must be expected occasionally. Do not use or store the programmable controller in the environment when the pressure is higher than the atmospheric pressure at sea level. Otherwise, malfunction may result. To use the programmable controller in high-pressure environment, please contact your local Mitsubishi Repress entative. 3.2 Performance Specifications This section describes performance specifications of the QA6ADP. Item Specifications 5VDC internal current consumption External dimensions *1 110 mA 130 mm (5.11 inch) (H) × 73.5 mm (2.89 inch) (W) × 74 (2.91 inch) mm (D) Weight 0.2 kg Adapter mounting screw (M3) torque 0.36 to 0.48 N•m Board fixing screw torque 0.61 to 0.82 N•m *1 The external dimensions show values in a status where the QA6ADP is mounted on the extension base unit. 9 4. PART NAMES AND SETTING 4.1 Part Names This section describes part names of the QA6ADP . 9) 8) 3) 1) 7) 6) 4) 2) 5) No. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) Name Extension cable connector Stage number setting connector Adapter module mounting screw (M3 screw) 3) Application Connector for sending/receiving signals to the main base unit or the other extension base unit and connecting an extension cable. Connector for setting the number of extension stages. Screw for mounting this adapter module on the extension base unit. Bracket for mounting this adapter module on the extension base unit. Utilize screws used in the extension base unit. (Included parts) Mounting bracket fixing Screw for mounting an adapter module mounting bracket on screw the extension base unit. (Included parts) Base side stage Window is transparent so that a stage number setting number setting connecter of the extension base unit side can be seen. connector window Extension base unit Connector to be connected to the A extension cable I/O mounting connector connecter of the extension base unit. Screw for mounting this adapter module on the extension base Board fixing screw unit. (Included parts) Guide for positioning an extension base unit mounting Mounting guide connector by inserting this into a cover fixing square hole of the extension base unit at the time of mounting. Adapter module mounting bracket 10 4.2 Extension Stage Number Setting Set the number of extension stages to both the QA6ADP and the extension base unit. The same stage number should be set to both the stage number setting connector of the extension base unit and that of the QA6ADP. POINT Set any number of 1 to 7 which matches to the number of extension stages for the stage number setting connector setting. If the stage number setting of the QA6ADP and that of the extension base unit is different, the two or more settings are made to one stage, the same stage number is duplicated, or no setting is made to the number of stages, incorrect input or incorrect output will occur. (1) Extension stage number setting of the QA6ADP The following describes how to set the number of extension stages of the QA6ADP. Extension stage number setting 1st stage 2nd stage 3rd stage 4th stage 5th stage 6th stage 7th stage Stage number setting connector setting (2) Extension stage number setting of the extension base unit Remove a base cover from the extension base unit. Insert a connector pin into the place of the stage number selected from 1 to 7 of the connector (CON3) at bottom left of the base unit. Completed Stage number setting connector Extension stage number setting 1st stage 2nd stage 3rd stage 4th stage 5th stage 6th stage 7th stage Stage number setting connector setting 11 5. MOUNTING AND INSTALLATION 5.1 Mounting/Removal of QA6ADP (1) Mounting of the QA6ADP The following shows procedures for mounting the QA6ADP on the extension base unit. A) Disconnect the A series extension cable from the extension base unit. Remove a base cover from the extension base unit. Set the stage number setting connector of the extension base unit. Set the stage number setting connector of the QA6ADP. (The setting should be same as that of the stage number setting connector of the extension base unit.) In case of the A5B, disconnect a lead of the FG terminal (right side). Among screws fixing a board of the extension base unit, remove two at the left. (Screws A and B shown in the figure.) B) Utilize a mounting bracket fixing screw to mount the adapter module mounting bracket of the QA6ADP into a screw hole (B) at the bottom left of the board. Board fixing screw Mount a board fixing screw of the QA6ADP to a screw hole (A) at top left of the board. Connect an extension base unit mounting connector of the QA6ADP to the IN side of an extension connector of the extension base unit. Tighten the adapter module mounting screws of the QA6ADP at two parts (top and bottom), placing a mounting guide. Mount an upper mounting screw to a board fixing screw (at top left) of the extension base unit. Mount a lower mounting screw to the adapter module mounting bracket. In case of the A5B, connect the disconnected lead of the FG terminal (right side). Mounting guide Extension base unit IN side connector Adapter module mounting bracket Adapter module mounting screw Mounting bracket fixing screw Adapter module mounting screw Connect the Q series extension cable to the QA6ADP and the upper/lower base unit. Completed 12 QA6ADP (2) Removal of the QA6ADP The following shows procedures for removing the QA6ADP from the extension base unit. Disconnect an extension cable form the QA6ADP. Board fixing screw Remove the adapter module mounting screws of the QA6ADP at two parts (top and bottom). Remove the QA6ADP main body from the extension base unit. Remove a board fixing screw and an adapter module mounting bracket of the QA6ADP. Mounting guide Extension base unit IN side connector Adapter module mounting bracket Adapter module mounting screw Mount a screw fixing the board of the extension base unit at two parts on the left. Mounting bracket fixing screw Place a base cover over the extension base unit. Adapter module mounting screw Completed 13 QA6ADP 5.2 Connection/Disconnection of Extension Cable (1) Precautions for handling an extension cable • Do not step on an extension cable. • When laying an extension cable, the minimum bend radius of the cable should be 55 mm (2.17 inch) or more. If it is less than 55 mm (2.17 inch), malfunction may occur due to characteristic deterioration, wire break etc. • When connecting or disconnecting an extension cable, do not hold ferrite cores mounted at both ends of the cable. In case of connecting/disconnecting a cable, hold the connector part of the cable. Extension base unit Connector Ferrite core Extension cable Holding a ferrite core may cause cable break inside the connector. Also, if the ferrite core is shifted, the characteristic will change. When handling the cable, take care not to change position of the ferrite core. (2) Connection of extension cable The following shows extension cables connectable to the QA6ADP. Model QC05B QC06B QC12B QC30B QC50B QC100B Remarks 0.45m cable 0.6m cable 1.2m cable 3m cable 5m cable 10m cable 14 POINT When connecting the base unit of the previous stage and the QA6ADP with an extension cable, be sure to connect the OUT side connector of the base unit of the previous stage and the IN side connector of the QA6ADP. If an extension cable is connected in the wrong way (ININ, OUTOUT or INOUT), the system will not operate normally. • To connect an extension cable to the QA6ADP, remove a sticker on the IN side connector. Base cover IN side Extension base unit QA6ADP Sticker • To connect an extension cable to the OUT side connector of the QA6ADP, remove the portion (lid) under the characters "OUT" by tools such as a flathead screwdriver (5.5×75, 6×100). Extension base unit Base cover OUT side QA6ADP Flathead screwdriver 15 Cutting one thin-walled part • Hold the connector part of an extension cable when connecting the extension cable to the QA6ADP. Extension base unit QA6ADP Connector Extension cable • Make sure to tighten fixing screws of the extension cable connector after connecting the extension cable. (Tightening torque: 0.20 N•m) Extension base unit Flathead screwdriver QA6ADP Fixing screw (3) Disconnection of extension cable When disconnecting an extension cable, hold and pull the connector part of the extension cable after making sure that fixing screws have been completely removed. 16 6. PRECAUTION FOR USING QA6ADP 6.1 Current Consumption of QA6ADP Since 5VDC is supplied to the QA6ADP from the power supply module of the main base unit, take the current consumption of the QA6ADP into consideration when selecting the power supply module for the main base unit. Current consumption of CPU Current consumption Current consumption Current consumption + + and I/O of main base unit of I/O of Q5B of I/O of A5B + of QA6ADP n n: Quantity of QA6ADP in system *1 The quantity of the QA6ADP includes the QA6ADP when the A6B is used. The following shows the concept of the current consumption of the power supply module mounted on the main base unit. Main base unit Power supply I0 Extension base unit (QA6B) Power supply First extension stage I1 IA Extension base unit (A5B) Second extension stage I2 IA Extension base unit (A5B) Third extension stage I3 IA Extension base unit (A6B) Power supply Fourth extension stage I4 Symbol I I0 I1 to I4 IA Description Rated current of power supply module on the main base unit Current consumption of CPU and I/O modules mounted on the main base unit Current consumption of I/O mounted on the extension base unit in first to fourth stages Current consumption of the QA6ADP 17 *1 In case of the above system, use the QA6ADP when the current consumption of the power supply module mounted on the main base unit meets the following formula. [Calculating formula] I > I0 + I2 + I3 + IA 3 6.2 Voltage Drop of Extension Cable Since 5VDC is supplied to the QA6ADP from the power supply module mounted on the main base unit, the voltage drop will be caused in the extension cable. If the specified voltage (4.75VDC or more) is not supplied to the IN side connector of the QA6ADP+A5B/A6B, wrong input/output may occur. When using the QA6ADP, check that the IN side connector of the QA6ADP+A5B/A6B has 4.75VDC or more. The following shows an example regarding how to calculate the voltage drop. Main base unit Power supply module V1 V2 R2 I2+IA 2 Power supply module IA I1 R3 IA Symbol V V1 Vn R1 Rn I1 to I3 IA IA First extension stage Extension base unit (A5 B) Second extension stage I2 V3 Model Extension base unit (QA6 B) R1 I2+IA 2 QC05B QC06B QC12B QC30B QC50B QC100B Conductor resistance value 0.044 0.051 0.082 0.172 0.273 0.530 Extension base unit (A6 B) Power supply module Third extension I3 stage Description Sum of voltage drop Voltage drop due to an extension cable between the main base unit and the QA6B Voltage drop due to an extension cable between the extension base unit (n-1th extension stage) and the extension base unit (nth extension stage) Resistance value of a cable between the main base unit and the extension base unit QA6B Resistance value of an extension cable between the extension base unit (n-1th extension stage) and the extension base unit (nth extension stage) Current consumption (5VDC) at the first to the third extension base units*1 Current consumption of the QA6ADP 18 *1 Current consumption at each extension base unit is as follows: First extension base unit: None Second extension base unit: IA+I2 Third extension base unit: IA Since the first extension base unit and the third extension base unit are supplied from the power supply module on each extension base unit, the values are not included above. Since the current consumptions I1 to I3 vary depending on modules to be mounted, refer to the manual for the module to be mounted. [Calculating formula] V = V1 + V2 + V3 = R1 (I2 + IA 2) + R2 (I2 + IA 2) + R3 IA The minimum value of the 5VDC output voltage of the power supply module mounted on the main base unit is set to 4.90VDC. Therefore, the voltage of the IN side connector of the QA6ADP+A5B/A6B in the final stage is 4.75VDC or more only when the sum (V) of voltage drop is 0.15V or less. 19 7. COMPATIBLE MODELS LIST This chapter describes external dimensions of the QA6ADP. A series extension base unit that you have already had QA6ADP QA conversion adapter module 2 6-M4 screw (for mounting module) 4-f 6mounting hole (M5 mounting screw) Handle I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O 200 (7.87) 130 (5.11) POWER 9 (0.35) 74 (2.91) 73.5 (2.89) Power supply module, Extension cable 250 (9.84) Power supply module Extension cable 121 (4.76) 172 (6.77) Unit: mm (inch) 20 WARRANTY Mitsubishi will not be held liable for damage caused by factors found not to be the cause of Mitsubishi; machine damage or lost profits caused by faults in the Mitsubishi products; damage, secondary damage, accident compensation caused by special factors unpredictable by Mitsubishi; damages to products other than Mitsubishi products; and to other duties. Country/Region Sales office/Tel Country/Region Sales office/Tel USA Mitsubishi Electric Automation lnc. 500 Corporate Woods Parkway, Vernon Hills, IL 60061, USA Tel : +1-847-478-2100 South Africa CBI-Electric. 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