DL305 Selection Guide

DL305 Selection Guide
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DL305 Family of Products
DL305 system example with serial communications network and
operator interface
OPC/DDE
Data Server
on PC
RS422
Business system
C-more panel
Industrial computer
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The following is a quick summary of the
DL305 family of products. The DL305
products have been sold by previous
vendors under a wide variety of part
numbers. A complete list of product
offerings with vendor cross-reference is
available in the DL305 price list.
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D3-350 –14.8K total memory
2 communication ports
4 PID loops
MODBUS Master/Slave
Remote I/O
Floating point math
D3-340 – 3.7K total memory
2 communication ports
D3-330 – 3.7 K total memory
Specialty CPUs
F3-OMUX-1
Serial interface to Optomux host
2 communication ports
(RS232C/422/485) selectable
F3-OMUX-2
Serial interface to Optomux host
2 communication ports
(RS422/485)
DirectLOGIC
DL05/06
DirectLOGIC
DL105
DirectLOGIC
DL205
Discrete input modules
Specialty modules
DC Input
8-pt. 24VDC source
16-pt. 24VDC source
16-pt. 5V/12-24VDC (sink/source,1ms response)
8 pt. Input Simulator
Filler Module
AC Input
8-pt. 110/220VAC
16-pt. 110 VAC
F3-PMUX-1
Parallel interface to Pamux host
AC/DC Input
8-pt. 24VAC/DC
16-pt. 24VAC/DC
Bases
Discrete output modules
5-slot local or expansion base
Built-in 110/220 VAC power supply
5-slot local or expansion base
Built-in 24 VDC power supply
8-slot local base
(exp. base w/350 CPU)
Built-in 110/220 VAC power supply
10-slot local or expansion base
Built-in 110/220 VAC power supply
10-slot local or exp. base
Built-in 24 VDC power supply
DC Output
4-pt. 5-24VDC sink
8-pt. 5-24VDC sink
8-pt. 5-24VDC source
16-pt. 5-24VDC sink
16-pt. 5-24VDC source
AC Output
4-pt. 110-220VAC isolated
8-pt. 110VAC isolated
8-pt. 110-220VAC isolated
16-pt. 15-220VAC
RELAY Output
8-pt. 5.0A/pt
8-pt. 4.0A/pt isolated
8-pt. 10.0A/pt isolated
16-pt. 2A/pt
Analog modules
4 Channel IN, 12 bit, isolated
8 Channel IN, 12 bit
8 Channel thermocouple
16 Channel IN, 12 bit
4 Channel OUT 12 bit
4 Channel OUT 12 bit (isolated)
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Programming
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D3-HP Handheld Programmer for
D3-330/D3-340
D2-HPP Handheld Programmer with built-in
RLLPLUS for D3-350
DirectSOFT Programming for Windows
(PC-DSOFT6)
DIN rail mounted
terminal blocks
See the Connection Systems section for over 200 available
options.
Communications
Data Comm Unit (RS232C), 330/340 CPUs only
Data Comm Unit (RS422), 330/340 CPUs only
Data Comm Module, 350 CPU only
See the Operator Interface section for a complete listing of all
types of panels and software.
Connection systems
See the Wiring Solutions section in this catalog for information on DINnector terminal blocks, ZIPLink connection
systems and other connection accessories for use with the
DL305 system.
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Conditions
Operator panels
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DL305 CPUs
There are three conventional CPUs and
three specialty CPUs in the DL305 family.
There are many considerations for choosing
the right CPU, most of which depend on your
particular application. The traditional CPUs,
which offer control via RLL-style programming, are great for most applications. The
information in this section provides a quick
comparison. If you need to control I/O with
a personal computer, or if you want to run a
BASIC program in a CPU instead of ladder
logic, then check out the specialty CPUs.
D3-330— The D3-330 design has been
very popular for many years. It offers the
lowest-cost solution in the DL305 family.
It is great for machines that need little (if
any) communications between the CPU
and other devices.
D3-340—The D3-340 offers a faster scan
rate, two RS232C ports (one with builtin Modbus RTU slave) and additional
I/O points. Need RS422? Simply add an
FA-ISOCON converter to one of the ports.
If you need built-in communications, or
even just an extra 16-point I/O card, the
D3-340 offers the lowest-cost solution.
This CPU allows you to make the most of
your investment in a DL305 (or compatible) system.
D3-350—The D3-350 is the most
powerful DL305 CPU. It is a spin-off of
the D4-450 and D2-250(-1). It is plugcompatible with older bases, as well as
analog and discrete I/O modules. The
instruction set and I/O numbering scheme
are similar to our DL05, DL06, DL105,
DL205 and DL405 PLCs. The communications capabilities have also been greatly
enhanced to include RS422 Remote I/O,
MODBUS Master and Slave protocols, as
well as our own DirectNet and K-Sequence
protocols. When the D3-350 is installed in
a -1 base, even more features are available. These bases allow for greater I/O
expansion capabilities and for intelligent
I/O modules.
NOTE: D3-330 and D3-340 programs
cannot be downloaded into the D3-350
CPU. The D3-350’s instruction set is
based on the DL205/DL405 instruction
set. If an existing D3-330 or D3-340
system is upgraded to a D3-350 CPU,
the RLL program must be re-written for the
D3-350 CPU.
Programming
Handheld programmer....D2-HPP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $321.00
DirectSOFT Programming for Windows
PC-DSOFT6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $395.00
PC-DS100. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free
PC-R60-U (upgrade) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $179.00
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CPU Specifications
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DL305 CPU Specifications
System Capacity
D3-330
D3-340
D3-350
Total memory (K words)
Ladder memory (K words)
User data memory
CMOS RAM
UVPROM
EEPROM
Total I/O points using:
Local I/O
Local and Expansion I/O
Remote I/O1
I/O point density
Slots per base (CPU requires 1 slot)
3.91
3.7
116 bytes
Yes
Opt.
No
3.98
3.7
172 bytes
Yes
Opt.
Opt.
14.8
7.6
7.1K words
No
No
Flash
128
176
N/A
8/16
5/8/10
136
184
N/A
8/16
5/8/10
144
368
512
8/16
5/8/10
6.6µs
15ms
.87µs
4-5ms
.61µs
5-6ms
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Performance
Contact execution (boolean)
Typical scan (1K boolean)2
DirectLOGIC
DL105
DirectLOGIC
DL205
Programming & Diagnostics
RLL ladder style
RLLPLUS (stage)
RunTime Editing
Supports Overrides
Variable/fixed scan
Handheld programmer port
Built-in RS232C ports
Real-time clock/calendar
Instructions
Control relays(CR)
Shift register bits
Stages (RLLPLUS only)
Timers/counters
Immediate I/O
Subroutines
For/Next Loops
Timed interrupt
Integer math
Floating point math
PID
Drum sequence
Bit of word
ASCII print
Data registers
Internal diagnostics
Password security
Battery backup
Yes
No
No
No
variable
Yes
No3
No
61
140
128
N/A
64
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
128
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
variable
Yes
2
No
63
196
128
N/A
64
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
192
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
either
Yes
2
Yes
129
1024
use CRs
1024
256/128
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
7168
Yes
Multi-level
Yes
No
No
w/DCU
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
N/A
Yes
112
28
Yes
Yes
128
32
Yes
Yes
368
48
No
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DirectNET master
DirectNET slave
MODBUS RTU master
MODBUS RTU slave
Data communications unit
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Specialty modules
Thermocouple
Analog Input (#channels max.)
Analog output (#channels max.)
High-speed counter (10KHz)
1. T he D3-350 bottom port supports DL205 remote I/O.
2. 1 K program includes contacts, coils, and scan
overhead. If you compare to other products,
make sure to include their scan overhead.
3. T he D3-330 requires a Data Communications Unit
(DCU) for programming with DirectSOFT software.
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D3-350 CPU
D3-350
$551.00
Our most powerful
DL305 CPU
Easily connect programming devices
Or
The D3-350 combines the power, speed
and ease of the D2-250-1 CPU with
existing DL305 I/O modules and bases.
D i r e c t S O F T P r o g r a m m i n g Software
Release V2.3 or higher is required to
program the D3-350. For existing license
holders, an upgrade package is available.
If you are using a handheld programmer
(D2-HPP, release 1.8 or lower), a new
release of handheld programmer firmware
will also be required.
Four PID loops
and auto-tuning
The D3-350 CPU can process up to four
PID loops directly in the CPU. Select from
various control modes, including automatic, manual and cascade control. There
are a wide variety of alarms including
Process Variable, Rate of Change and
Deviation. The loop operation parameters (Process Variable, Setpoint, Setpoint
Limits, etc.) are stored in V-memory, which
allows easy access from operator interfaces or HMIs.
Setup is accomplished with easy-to-use
setup menus and monitoring views in our
DirectSOFT Programming Software.
Master station
issuing network request
Powerful built-in CPU
communications
Or connect operator
interfaces
The D3-350 offers two communication
ports that provide a vast array of communication possibilities. The top RS232C port
is for programming, a DV-1000 connection, a connection to our operator interface panels, or a K-sequence/DirectNET
slave port. The 25-pin bottom port can
use RS232C or RS422. This port offers
several different protocol options, such as
K-sequence protocol, DirectNET Master/Slave, Modbus Master/-Slave, and even
a direct connection to DL205 remote
I/O. The ability to select these features is
provided via software so you can choose
the best combination for the application.
Modbus or DirectNet
protocols
C-more panel
Slave stations responding
to network devices
The auto-tuning feature is also easy to
use and can reduce setup and maintenance time. The CPU uses the auto-tuning
feature to automatically determine near
optimum loop settings.
Note: D3-330 and D3-340 programs
cannot be downloaded into the D3-350
CPU. The D3-350’s instruction set is
based on the DL205/DL405 instruction
set. If an existing D3-330 or D3-340
system is upgraded to a D3-350 CPU,
the RLL program must be re-written for the
D3-350 CPU.
C-more or DV-1000
D3-350 CPU
Setpoint
Value
Control
E quation
DL305 Analog Input
Modules
Process
Variable
Input
DL305
Analog Output or
Discrete Output
Control
Output
Control
E lement
(valve, etc.)
Process
(heater,
etc.)
P I D Loop Control
Block Dia gra m
Process
Variable
S ensor
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D3-350 Key Features
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The D3-350 supports over 130 instructions.
These include:
• Four types of drum sequencers
• Leading and trailing edge triggered one-shots
• Bit of word manipulation
• Floating point conversions
• Print instruction to send ASCII data through
the bottom CPU port
CPU Status Indicators
RUN
ON
OFF
CPU is in RUN mode
CPU is in Program mode
BATT
ON
OFF
Battery backup voltage is low
Battery backup voltage is OK or
disabled
ON
OFF
CPU internal diagnostics has detected
an error
CPU is OK
ON
OFF
CPU power good
CPU power failure
CPU
For a complete list of instructions supported
by the D3-350 CPU, see the end of this
section.
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Mode Switch
On-board
flash memory
RUN
Forces CPU into Run Mode
DirectLOGIC
DL05/06
TERM
Allows peripherals (HPP, DirectSOFT and operator interface panels) to write to the CPU.
DirectLOGIC
DL105
The D3-350 has 7.6 K of flash memory on
board. With flash memory, you don’t have
to worry about losing the program due to a
bad battery. If you have critical data stored in
V-memory, like PID loops, simply purchase
the optional lithium battery to maintain these
parameters as well.
STOP
Forces CPU out of RUN mode
Built-in remote
I/O connection
Port 1
P ort 2
1
RS 232 TXD
RS 232 RXD
RS 232 RTS
RS 232 CTS
0V
RS 422 RXD+
RS 422 RXD-RS 422 CTS +
RE MIO TXD+
RE MIO TXD--
RS 422 TXD+
RS 422 TXD-RS 422 RTS -RS 422 RTS +
K-sequence slave
DirectLOGIC
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Protocols DirectNET slave
Devices
Can connect w/HPP, DirectSOFT, DV-1000,
C-more Panels, or any DirectNET Master
Specs.
6P6C phone jack connector
RS232C
9600 baud
Odd parity
Fixed station address 1
8 data bits 1 start, 1 stop bit
Asynchronous, half-duplex, DTE
RS 422 CTS -RE MIO RXD+
25 RE MIO RXD--
The bottom port on the D3-350 can also be
used as a master for a remote I/O network.
DirectLOGIC
DL205
Port 2
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K-sequence slave
DirectNET Master/slave
MODBUS RTU Master/slave
Remote I/O Master
Devices
Can connect w/many devices, such as PCs running DirectSOFT, KEPdirect for PLCs Server,
HMI packages, DV-1000, C-more panels, or any
DirectNET or MODBUS RTU master or slave
Specs.
25-pin D-shell connector
RS232C/RS422
300/600/1200/2400/4800/9600
19.2K/38.4K Baud
Odd, even or no parity
Selectable address
(1-90, HEX 1-5A)
8 data bits-1 start, 1 stop bit
Asynchronous,half-duplex,DTE
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Batteries (optional)
only, coin type 3.0V Lithium battery,
D2-BAT-1 D3-350
560mA battery # CR2354
Note: Batteries are not needed for program backup.
However, you should order a battery if you have
parameters in V-memory that must be maintained in
case of a power outage, such as PID loops.
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D3-350 PID Loop Specifications
PID Loop Specifications and Key Features
Number of Loops
Selectable, four maximum
CPU V-Memory Required
32 V-memory locations per loop selected (additional 32 V-memory locations per loop
required if using Ramp/Soak)
PID Algorithm
Position or velocity form of the PID equation. direct or reverse acting, square root of the error
and error squared control.
Auto Tuning
Open-loop step response method and closed-loop limit cycle method.
Sample Rate
Specify the time interval between PV samples, 0.05 to 99.99 seconds. Smallest sample rate
is limited to either 0.05 seconds or (PLC scan time x number of loops).
Loop Operation Modes
Loops can be in automatic control, manual (operator) control, or cascade control. PV alarm
monitoring continues when loops are in manual mode.
Ramp/Soak
Up to 16 steps (8 ramp, 8 soak) per loop, with indication of ramp/soak step.
Square Root PV
Specify a Square root of the PV for a flow control application.
Limit SP
Specify a maximum and minimum value for allowable setpoint changes.
Limit Output
Specify a maximum and minimum value for the output range.
Gain
Specify proportional gain of 0.01 to 99.99.
Reset
Specify integral time of 0.1 to 999.8 in units of seconds or minutes.
Rate
Specify the derivative time, 0.00 to 99.99 seconds.
Rate Limiting
Specify a derivative gain limiting coefficient to filter the PV used in calculating the derivative
term (0 to 20).
Bumpless Transfer I
Bias and setpoint are initialized automatically when the module is switched from manual to
automatic. This provides for a bumpless transfer, which reduces the chance of sharp changes
in the output as a result of entering automatic mode.
Bumpless Transfer II
Bias is set equal to the output when the module is switched from manual to automatic. This
allows switching in and out of automatic mode without having to re-enter the setpoint.
Error Deadband
Specify an incremental value above and below the setpoint in which no change in output is
made.
Error Squared
Squaring the error minimizes the effect a small error has on the Loop output, however both
Error Squared and Error Deadband control may be enabled.
Alarm Specifications
Deadband
Specify 0.1% to 5% alarm deadband on all alarms except rate of change.
PV Alarm Points
Specify PV alarm settings for low-low, low, high, and high-high conditions. You can also
specify a deadband to minimize the alarm cycles when the PV approaches alarm limits.
PV Deviation
Specify alarms to indicate two ranges of PV deviation from the setpoint value (yellow and red
deviation).
Rate-of-Change
Specify a rate-of-change limit for the PV.
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D3-330 and D3-340 Key Features
D3-330
D3-340
$459.00
$631.00
DL330
The diagram to the right shows the
various hardware features found on the
D3-330 and D3-340 CPUs.
RUN
CPU is in RUN mode
CPU is in Program mode
BATT
ON OFF
Memory backup voltage low
Memory backup voltage good
CPU
ON OFF
CPU failure
CPU is good
PWR
(Power)
ON
OFF
CPU power good
CPU power failure
Port1
RX/TX
(D3-340)
RED
Flashing red indicates the CPU port is
receiving data
Flashing green indicates the CPU port
is sending data
Port2
RX/TX
(D3-340
GREEN
RED
Green
R UN
P WR
R UN
P ORT1
TX/R X
BATT
P ORT2
TX/R X
CP U
Peripheral port
(HP, DCU,
UVPROM writer)
D3-CPU-UV $148.00 Optional
UVPROM memory. Four chips per pack.
(Only one chip is required for the CPU.)
A D3-PWU Prom Writer Unit is required
for programming.
D3-340-EE $171.00
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-DirectSOFT
-DirectNET
-Operator interfaces
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DirectLOGIC
DL05/06
DirectLOGIC
DL105
PRG
R S 232C
DirectLOGIC
DL205
P IN
Number S ignal
R XD
1
2
TXD
3
RTS
4
GND
D3-340 RS232C Communication Port Specs
CTS
RTS
TXD
R XD
DirectLOGIC
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Protocol
DirectNET
Connector
Network address
RJ11(handset connector)
01 to 90
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Baud rate
38400, 19200, 9600, 4800, 2400, 1200, 600, 300
Parity-
None or odd
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HEX/ASCII
Half-duplex
Asynchronous
Data bits
Start bits
Stop bits
8
1
1
Turn around delay
0 to 1980 in 20ms intervals (preset with R777)
Hardware switches
Below is a side view of a D3-340 CPU
that shows several types of hardware
switches.
The D3-330 has a 2-position dipswitch
for selecting retentive memory and
jumpers for selecting UVPROM and RAM
options.
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The D3-340 has a jumper switch for
selecting UVPROM, EEPROM and RAM
options, two rotary switches to select
network addresses and an eight-position dipswitch for selecting baud rates
(300 to 38.4K baud), communication
mode (slave, master, Modbus RTU) and
memory options.
Optional EEPROM memory for the
D3-340 only. Four chips per pack. (Only
one chip is required for the CPU.) No
additional programming device is necessary.
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Network address
mode switch
GND
The DL305 CPUs come with on-board
RAM and a battery. If you need additional program security, you may want
to choose the EEPROM or UVPROM
memory.
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BATT
CP U
Flashing red indicates the CPU port is
receiving data
Flashing green indicates the CPU port
is sending data
EEPROM and UVPROM
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LED
indicators
CPU Status Indicators
ON
OFF
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SW4
$54.00
SW3
Spare battery (lithium 3.0V). Also used
for D4-430 and D4-440 CPUs.
R AM/UVP R OM
Most significant
digit for address
Ports
Least significant
digit for address
Battery
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DL305 Specialty CPUs
Your application may require an
unconventional PLC solution. For instance,
you may need computer-controlled I/O
(the PLC I/O is controlled directly by your
personal computer), or maybe you would
like a PLC that executes a control program
written entirely i n B A S I C i n s t e a d o f
R L L . AutomationDirect offers three
specialty CPUs that provide solutions for
each of these applications.
Computer I/O CPUs
Three CPUs are available for the DL305
family that allow DL305 I/O (with
DL305 bases) to function as computercontrolled I/O. These CPUs (F3-OMUX-1,
F3-OMUX-2 and the F3-PMUX-1) are
similar in functionality, but offer different
communication options. Each CPU allows
DL305 modules of most types (see restrictions on types) to be interfaced with a host
computer. The entire control program for
the DL305 I/O is executed on the host
computer, which uses an OPTOMUX or
PAMUX driver.
I/O module
restrictions
The specialty CPUs can make use of
almost all DL305 modules, but they do
not support the D3-HSC, or D3-02DA
modules. These modules can only be
used with the regular CPUs (D3-330 and
D3-340).
F3-OMUX-1 $519.00
F3-OMUX-2 $509.00
The F3-OMUX (-1, -2) CPU plugs into
the first slot of a DL305 base. It acts as
a serial interface to the control
program in the host computer
and up to 184 DL305 I/O per
CPU. Multiple CPUs can be daisychained together to increase I/O
count. The host computer must use
an OPTOMUX serial communication driver. The host can execute
a custom program or use a standard software package that supports
OPTOMUX drivers such as IntouchWonderware, Iconics-Genesis, U.S. Data
FactoryLink, Metra-Skyhawk Lt, etc.
µp
Communication port specifications
F3-OMUX –1
RS232C/RS422/RS485
µp
F3-OMUX-2
RS422/RS485 (isolated)
•Max of 184 I/O points per CPU
(with expansion base unit)
• Scan time is dependent on the
communication speed, number of
commands sent, type of commands
sent, the size of the response and
the speed of the host computer.
F3-PMUX-1
$414.00
The F3-PMUX is similar in
operation to the F3-OMUX
(-1, -2). It uses a parallel interface instead of serial interface.
As a result, it requires the host
computer to use a PAMUX communication board (OPTO 22 part number AC28
or equivalent). With this board, you can
use PAMUX communication drivers in
your host software. Scan time constraints
are similar to the OMUX units.
The –1 version has a 26Mhz processor and replaces
the F3-PMUX CPU.
The following charts show the various
features found on the DL305 specialty
CPUs:
F3-OMUX-n
General Specifications
• Two serial ports that support the
OPTOMUX protocol
Bridge CPU
F3-OMUX-1
Host computer
F3-OMUX-1
µp
InterfaceF3-OMUX-1: RS232C/422
F3-OMUX-2: RS422/485 (isolated)
Connector
Two 9-pin D-sub sockets (female)
Baud RatePort 1: 300, 1200, 2400, 4800,
9600, 9200, 38400, 57600, 115200
Port 2: 9600
Protocol
OPTO 22 serial communications
Control program resides
in host computer
OPTOMUX or
PAMUX protocol
F3-PMUX-1
Communication port specifications
InterfaceParallel
Connector
50-pin ribbon cable connector
Protocol
OPTO 22 parallel communications
Bridge CPU
F3-PMUX-1
F3-PMUX-1
F3-OMUX and F3-PMUX
CPUs read and write to
DL305 I/O as requested
by host computer
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Communications
Determine your
communications
requirements
The choice of CPU can have a big impact
on your communications capabilities in
the DL305 family. If you are considering
doing any communications, you should
use the D3-340 or the D3-350 CPUs.
You can communicate with the D3-330
CPU, but you have to add a DL305
Data Communications Unit to connect
any device other than a handheld
programmer. The Data Communications
Unit has only one port.
D3-340 RS232C Communication Port
Specifications
Protocol
DirectNET
Connector
Network address
RJ11(handset connector)
01 to 90
Baud rate
38400, 19200, 9600, 4800,
2400, 1200, 600, 300
Parity-
None or odd
Transfer mode
HEX/ASCII
Half-duplex
Asynchronous
Data bits
Start bits
Stop bits
8
1
1
Turn around delay
0 to 1980 in 20ms intervals
(preset with R777)
CPU with built-in
communication ports
Connect to either
port RS232C
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Standard
communications
DL305 as a
network master
The D3-340 and D3-350 CPUs offer two
built-in RS232C communication ports.
Operator interfaces and DirectSOFT
can be connected to either port. On the
D3-340 CPU, the handheld programmer
is attached directly or with a cable to
the parallel port adjacent to the two
serial communication ports. On the
D3-350 CPU, the handheld programmer
is attached to Port 1. The handheld
programmer can be operated simultaneously with the communication
ports. The D3-340 baud rate and
network addresses are set by hardware
dipswitches and rotary switches for Port 1.
Port 2 uses internal registers that can be
changed with a handheld programmer
or DirectSOFT. Port 1 on the D3-350 is
fixed. Port 2 can be configured using the
handheld programmer or DirectSOFT.
The bottom built-in communication
port of the D3-340 and D3-350 CPUs
can serve as a Network Master for
DirectNET. Up to 90 slave stations can be
addressed. The D3-350 can also serve
as a MODBUS RTU Master; up to 247
slave stations can be addressed. DL405,
DL305 and DL205 controllers can be
used as slave stations. (Please note there
are certain restrictions pertaining to valid
DL205 and DL405 memory types that the
D3-340 master can read and write.)
DL305 as a slave
on a network
Both ports on the D3-340 and the
D3-350 CPUs can serve as slave ports
for DirectNET. The bottom ports offer
additional flexibility in that they can serve
as a slave on a Modbus RTU network.
The D3-350 even supports RS422, so no
RS232-to-RS422 converter is needed. No
programming is required in these CPUs
for them to act as slave ports.
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The DL305 product family supports the
DirectNET protocol. However, in some
applications you may have a need to
connect to a device that does not support
this protocol. If so, the ASCII/BASIC
modules also allow you to write your own
custom communication drivers (in BASIC)
to connect to special devices. These highspeed modules offer communication rates
up to 115.2K baud on RS232C, RS422,
and RS485. With 128K of memory, there
is ample program or data storage space.
(These modules are not supported by the
D3-350.)
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Network Addresses
Port
Protocol
Range
1
Slave
1-90
Slave
1-90
Master
0
MODBUS/RTU
1-247
2
FA-UNICON
FA-ISOCON
FA-UNICON
D2-240
D3-340
D4-430/440/450
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Choose your
I/O modules
There are three major factors to consider
when choosing an I/O module:
Environmental specifications:
What environmental conditions will be
present?
Hardware specifications:
Does this product have the right features,
performance and capacity to adequately
serve the application?
General I/O module specifications
SpecificationRating
Storage temperature………………………………………….-4°F – 158°F (-20°C to 70°C)
Ambient operating temperature………………………………..32°F – 140°F (0° to 60°C)
Ambient humidity……………………………………………5% - 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
Vibration resistance………………………………………….MIL STD 810C, Method 514.2
…………………………………………………………Shifting:
0.075mm 10~57Hz 3 Axes
…………………………………………………………Acceleration:
9.8 m/s2 57-150Hz 3 Axes
…………………………………………………………Sweeping:
810C, Method 516.2
Peak accel.………………………………………………….147 m/s2 11ms, 3 Axes
Noise immunity……………………………………………..NEMA (ICS3-304)
Atmosphere ………………………………………………...No corrosive gases
Discrete module specifications sheet example
D3-08TA-1 AC Output
Field termination:
How does this module connect to field
devices? For DC modules, is a sinking or
sourcing module required?
Specifications
Environmental
specifications
The adjacent table lists the environmental specifications that globally apply
to the DL305 system (CPU, Bases, and
I/O modules). Be sure the modules you
choose are operated within these environmental specifications.
Review I/O
hardware
specifications
The hardware specifications for every
DL305 module are listed with each
module. Discrete module specifications
are shown in a format similar to the
example to the right. Take time to
understand the specification chart, the
derating curve and the wiring diagram.
Specialty module specifications are
shown in a format that is relevant for
each particular module. These module
specifications should help you determine
if this module is right for your application.
Outputs per module
8
Commons per module
2 (isolated)
Operating voltage
80-265VAC
Output type
TRIAC
Peak voltage
265VAC
AC frequency
47-63Hz
ON voltage drop
1.5 VAC @ 1A
Max current
1A/point 3A/common
Max leakage current
1.2mA @ 220VAC
0.52mA @ 110VAC
Max inrush current
10A for 16ms 5A for 100ms
Minimum load
25mA
Base power required
9V 20mA/ON pt.
(160 MA Max) 24V N/A
OFF to ON response
1ms Max
ON to OFF response
8.33ms Max
Terminal type
Removable
Status indicators
Logic Side
Weight
7.4oz. (210g)
Fuses
Derating curve
2 (one 5A per common) Non-replaceable
Derating Chart
Points
8
0.5A
6
1A
4
110--220VAC OUTP UT
D3--08TA--1
2
0
1
2
3
0
0
32
10
20
30
40
50
50
68
86
104 122
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
60 ˚ C
140 ˚ F
4
5
6
7
INTE R NALLY CONNE CTE D
0
80--265VAC
L
0
C1
L
Module wiring
C1
L
C1
L
C1
80--265VAC
C
1
1
2
3
1
2
3
NC
NC
L
4
C2
L
C2
L
C2
L
5
4
6
C
2
7
C2
INTE R NALLY CONNE CTE D
5
6
7
80--265VAC
Common
Typical circuit
9V
5A
L
Output
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Factors affecting field
termination
Sinking and sourcing for DC field devices:
If you are using a DC type of field device,
then you should consider whether the
device is a sinking or sourcing configuration. This may affect your module selection
since it determines the manner in which
the device must be wired to the module.
(Both sinking and sourcing modules are
available.) Refer to the sinking/sourcing
section of the Appendix for a complete
explanation of how this could affect your
system.
Physical wire terminations: In general,
DL305 modules use five types of field
terminations. They include: removable
terminal blocks (included on most 8
and 16-point modules), fixed terminal
blocks; specialty D-sub connectors (used
on a few 16-point modules), standard
D-sub connectors (used on most specialty
intelligent modules), and phone jack
style (used on the D3-340 CPU, some
specialty modules and the universal cable
kit). The module descriptions indicate the
connector type that is on the module. The
following illustrations shows these types
of connectors. You can also use our DIN
rail-mounted terminal blocks, DINnectors,
or ZIPLink cables as a field termination
interface to the PLC and I/O modules.
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Now that you understand the factors that
affect your choice of an I/O module,
it’s time to choose ones that best suit
your needs. When you have selected the
modules, proceed to the next section to
choose an I/O configuration scheme that
best suits your application.
Extra connectors
or spare fuses
There are several types of spare parts that
may be useful. A filler module provides a
quick and easy way to cover empty slots.
Or, it is sometimes helpful to have extra
I/O module connectors or spare fuses.
Also, keep in mind the DINnector family
which provides DIN rail-mounted terminal
blocks for simplifying and organizing your
wiring needs.
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If your application requires a lot of relay
outputs, consider using the ZIPLink AC or
DC relay output modules. These modules
can switch high current (10A) loads
without putting a load on your base power
budget. Refer to the Terminal Blocks and
Wiring Solutions section in this catalog for
more information.
This logo is placed next to the I/O
modules that are supported by the ZIPLink
connection systems. See the I/O module
specifications at the end of this section.
Removable terminal block
•F3-FILL-CB – Filler module for empty slots
$29.00
•D3-16IOCON – 16pt. I/O terminal blocks
$91.00
•D3-8IOCVR – 8pt. I/O terminal plastic covers
$14.00
•D3-16IOCVR – 16pt. I/O terminal
plastic covers
$20.50
•D3-IODSHEL – 24-pin D-shell connectors
$32.50
•D3-FUSE-1- Fuses for D3-05B, D3-08B,
and D3-10B
$22.00
•D3-FUSE-2 – Fuses for D3-04TAS
$3.25
•D3-FUSE-3 – Fuses for D3-05BDC and
D3-10BDC
$27.50
•D3-FUSE-4 – Fuses for D3-08TAS,
D3-08TAS-1, F3-16TA-1 and F3-16TA –2
$14.00
•D3-FUSE-5 – Fuses for D3-08TR
$45.00
•D3-FUSE-6 – Fuses for F3-08TRS-2
$14.00
•D3-ACC-1 – Base power terminal
strip screws
$20.50
•D3-ACC-2 – Spare terminal screws
for 8pt. I/O modules
$20.50
•D3-ACC-3 – Spare terminal screws for 16pt.
I/O modules
$20.50
ZIPLinks
eliminate the tedious
process of wiring PLC I/O
terminal blocks.
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DL305 I/O Configuration
Local I/O – Local I/O are the modules
that reside in the same base as the CPU.
The status of each I/O point is updated on
each I/O scan of the CPU.
Local expansion I/O – Most local CPU
bases can be expanded to include expansion I/O. Local expansion is commonly
used when there are not enough I/O
points available in the existing base configuration or the power budget maximum for
the existing base will be exceeded with
the addition of I/O. This configuration
requires an additional base(s) and an
I/O expansion cable(s). The CPU treats
the expanded I/O in the same manner
as local I/O, with updates every CPU I/O
scan. There are certain addressing restrictions that are related to expansion I/O.
Remote I/O – (D3-350 CPU only) –
Remote I/O is used when you need to
place I/O bases at some remote distance
from the CPU base. There are certain
restrictions that are related to remote
I/O. Check the catalog section on DL205
Remote I/O for examples and additional
information.
I/O Configuration Limitations
D3-340/
D3-350
D3-330
D3-350 with -1
bases
(AC powered only)
5-slot Local CPU Base System
64 I/O max
64 I/O max
64 I/O max
5-slot Local CPU Base System with a
5-slot Expansion Base
120 I/O max
128 I/O max
144 I/O max
5-slot Local CPU Base System with two
5-slot Expansion Bases
120 I/O max
128 I/O max
224 I/O max
8-slot Local CPU Base System
112 I/O max
112 I/O max
112 I/O max
8-slot Local CPU Base System with a
5-slot Expansion Base
152 I/O max
152 I/O max
192 I/O max
8-slot Local CPU Base System with an
8-slot Expansion Base
N/A
N/A
240 I/O max
8-slot Local CPU Base System with an
8-slot Expansion Base & 5-slot Expansion
Base
N/A
N/A
320 I/O max
8-slot Local CPU Base System with two
8-slot Expansion Bases
N/A
N/A
368 I/O max
10-slot Local CPU Base System
128 I/O max
136 I/O max
144 I/O max
10-slot Local CPU Base System with a
5-slot Expansion Base
168 I/O max
176 I/O max
224 I/O max
10-slot Local CPU Base System with a
10-slot Expansion Base
176 I/O max
184 I/O max
304 I/O max
Note: The 16-point modules must be in the first eight slots adjacent to the CPU, rolling over into an expansion
base if necessary.
Example of I/O system with expansion I/O
Expansion I/O
Local I/O
The I/O modules used and local base size
determine expansion capability. See the
addressing restrictions later in this section.
DL305 base
D3-EXCBL
1.5 ft (0.5m)
expansion cable
DL305 base
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The design of the DL305 has a successful
Module Placement Guidelines
29-year history. Each time the product
family has grown or been enhanced,
Device
Placement
compatibility with the earlier products
•The CPU must reside in the first slot of the local CPU base (closest to the power supply).
has been preserved to protect customer
•The CPU slot does consume an I/O slot. For example, a D3-05B-1 5-slot base has a slot
investments. This has resulted in an I/O CPU
for the CPU and 4 slots for I/O modules.
numbering system and I/O location
A maximum of eight 16-point modules may be installed in a system. However, the actual
scheme that has some special requirenumber allowed depends on the type of CPU you are using.
ments.
D3-330- maximum of seven 16-pt. modules
16 Point I/O Modules
D3-340/350 - maximum of eight 16-pt. modules
The Module Placement Guideline table
D3-350 - w/-1 base can have 16-pt. modules in all available slots
explains the rules that pertain to module
location. Some specialty modules have Note: some specialty modules, such as the High Speed Counter and Thumbwheel Interface Unit, require 16 points
and are treated as 16-point modules.The 16-point modules must be in the first 8 slots adjacent to the CPU. They
additional requirements. These are may roll over into an expansion base if necessary. If any of the 8 slots adjacent to the CPU are not used for
explained in their respective module data 16-point modules, they can be used for 8-point modules.
sheets. Remember that the power budget
Analog modules must reside in any valid 16-point I/O module slot.
will limit the location where some modules Analog
can be placed in a base.
ASCII BASIC modules can be placed in any valid 16-point I/O slot.
ASCII BASIC Modules
(D3-350 does not support these modules)
A High-Speed Counter must be used in the first four I/O module slots in the local CPU base.
(D3-350 does not support these modules)
High Speed Counter
The following table indicates the number of I/O points that are used by each module. Use this information to ensure your I/O
configuration stays within the valid I/O count of your chosen CPU.
DC Output
Relay Output
8
D3-04TD1
4
D3-08TR
8
D3-16ND2-1
16
D3-08TD1
8
F3-08TRS-1
8
F3-16ND3F
16
D3-08TD2
8
F3-08TRS-2
8
D3-16TD1-1
16
D3-16TR
16
D3-16TD2
16
Specialty Modules
D3-08NA-1
8
AC Output
D3-08NA-2
8
D3-04TAS
D3-16NA
16
F3-08TAS-1
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8
D3-08TA-2
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F3-08AD-1
16
D3-16NE3
16
F3-16TA-1
16
F3-08THM-n
16
F3-16TA-2
16
F3-16AD
16
F3-04DA-1
16
F3-04DAS
16
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D3-330/340
030 020 010 000
to
to
to
to
030 027
020 017
010 007
000 C
037
to
to
to
to P
037 027 017 007 UC
P
U
Like the DL205 and DL405 products, the
DL305 uses octal addressing. That is, the
I/O point addressing does not include
any “8s” or “9s” . The DL305 is primarily
different in that it uses slot addressing. The S lots : 3 2 1 0 CP U
addresses are assigned to the I/O slots S lots : 3 2 1 0 CP U
and do not depend on the type of module
installed (input vs. output). Also, the
addresses are not sequential on 16-point
modules. For example, a 16-point module
5-slot base, 8-pt. I/O
in slot 0 (the first I/O slot) would have
Total I/O: 32
I/O addresses 000-007 for the first eight
030 020 010 000
points and 100-107 for the next eight
to to
to to C
037
DL305
030027
020017
010007
000 P
points.
to to to to
DL305
DL305
030
to
030
037
to
037
130
to
130
137
to
137
S lots : 3
S lots : 3
020
to
020
027
to
027
120
to
120
127
to
127
010
to
010
017
to
017
110
to
110
117
to
117
2
2
1
1
000
to
000
007 C
P
to
007
100 CU
to P
100
107 U
to
107
DL305
DL305
0 CP U
0 CP U
5-slot base example configurations
There are also certain restrictions to
consider when designing your system. Most
of these situations arise when 16-point
modules are used, or when expansion
bases must be added to the system.
The diagrams on this and the following
page illustrate the I/O base/addressing
combinations that are possible when
designing a system.
037 027 017 007 UC
P
U
DL305
030 020 010 000
to to
to to
037 020
027 010
017 000
007 C DL305
030
P
to to to to
037 027 017 007 CU DL305
P
U
5-slot base, 5-slot exp., 8pt. I/O
Total I/O: 72
100 070 060 050 040
to to to to to
107 070
077 060
067 050
057040
047 DL305
100
to to to to to
107 077 067 057 047 DL305
5-slot base, 16-pt. I/O
Total I/O: 64
030 020 010 000
to to
to to
037 027 017 007 C DL305
030 020 010 000 P
to UC
130to120to 110to 100
to037to027 to017 to007 P DL305
137 127 117 107
130 120 110 100 U
to to to to
137 127 117 107
5-slot base, 5-slot exp., 8-pt. I/O
Total I/O: 112
030 020 010 000
to to
to to
037 027 017 007 C DL305
030 020 010 000
P
to to to to
037 027 017 007 CU DL305
P
U
100 070 060 050 040
to to to to to
107 077 067 057 047 DL305
100 070 060 050 040
to to to to to
107 077 067 057 047 DL305
5-slot base, 5-slot Exp., 8 and 16-pt. I/O
Total I/O: 128 (see note on next page)
030 020 010 000
to to
to to
C
037 027 017 007 P DL305
030 020 010 000
to to to to UC
130
to037 027 017 007 P DL305
137
U
130
to
137
100 070 060 050 040
to to to to to
107 077 067 057 047 DL305
100 070 060 050 040
to170to 160
to to 140
to
107to077 to067150
047 DL305
to057 to
177 167 157 147
170 160 150 140
to to to
to
177 167 157 147
D3-340 only
120 110
to
to
127 117 DL305
120 110
to to
127 117 DL305
150 140
to to
157 147
150 140
to to
157 147
130 120 110
to to
to
137 127 117 DL305
130 120 110
to to to
137 127 117 DL305
5-slot base, 5-slot Exp., 16-pt. I/O
Total I/O: 128 (see note on next page)
030 020 010 000
to to
to to
037 027 017 007 C DL305
P
030 020 010 000
to to to to CU
130 027
120 017
110 007
100
DL305
037
to to
to to P
137 127 117 107
130 120 110 100 U
to to to to
137 127 117 107
070 060 050 040
to to to to
077 067 057 047 DL305
070 060 050 040
to
170 to
160 to
150 to
140
077
to 067
to 057
to 047
to DL305
177 167 157 147
170 160 150 140
to to to to
177 167 157 147
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10-slot base example configurations
8-slot base example
configurations
(D3-330/340)
C
P
U
100 070 060 050 040 030 020 010 000
to to to to to to to to to
107 077 067 057 047 037 027 017 007
DL305
060
to
067
160
to
167
050
to
057
150
to
157
040
to
047
140
to
147
030
to
037
130
to
137
010
to
017
110
to
117
000
to
007
100
to
107
DirectLOGIC
DL05/06
10-slot base, 8-pt. and 16-pt. I/O
Total I/O: 136 (see note)
10-slot base, 5-slot expansion, 8-pt. and 16-pt. I/O
Total I/O: 176 (see note)
700 070 060
to to to
707 077 067
170 160
to to
177 167
020
to
027
120
to
127
Do-More H2
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PLCs Overview
700 070 060
to to to
707 077 067
170 160
to to
177 167
8-slot base, 16-pt. I/O
Total I/O: 112
DL305
DL305
DL305
740 730 720 710 700
to to to
to to
747 737 727 717 707 DL305
C
P
U
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PLC
D3-340/D3-350 only
C
P
U
Do-More
PLCs Overview
10-slot base, 8-pt. and 16-pt. I/O
Total I/O: 128 (see note)
100 070 060 050 040 030 020 010 000
to to to to to to to to to
107 077 067 057 047 037 027 017 007 C
P
U
170 160 150 140 130 120 110
to to to to to to to
177 167 157 147 137 127 117
8-slot base, 5-slot expansion, 8-pt. I/O
Total I/O: 96
060 050 040 030 020 010 000
to to to to to to to
067 057 047 037 027 017 007
CLICK PLC
10-slot base, 8-pt. I/O
Total I/O: 72
8-slot base, 8-pt. I/O
Total I/O: 56
060 050 040 030 020 010 000
to to to to to to to
067 057 047 037 027 017 007
Control Systems
Overview
050
to
057
150
to
157
040
to
047
140
to
147
030
to
037
130
to
137
020
to
027
120
to
127
010
to
017
110
to
117
050
to
057
150
to
157
040
to
047
140
to
147
030
to
037
130
to
137
DirectLOGIC
DL105
020
to
027
120
to
127
010
to
017
110
to
117
000
to
007 C
P
100 U
to
107
DL305
DirectLOGIC
DL305
D3-340/D3-350 only
000
to
007 C
P
100 U
to
107
DirectLOGIC
DL405
Productivity
Controller
Overview
DL305
Productivity
3000
D3-340/D3-350 only
C
P
U
DL305
Universal
Field I/O
750 740 730 720 710
to to to to to
757 747 737 727 717 DL305
Software
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10-slot base, 10-slot expansion, 8-pt. I/O
Total I/O: 152
8-slot base, 5-slot expansion, 16-pt. I/O
Total I/O: 156
060
to
067
160
to
167
050
to
057
150
to
157
040
to
047
140
to
147
030
to
037
130
to
137
020
to
027
120
to
127
010
to
017
110
to
117
000
to
007
100
to
107
C
P
U
DirectLOGIC
DL205
100 070 060 050 040 030 020 010 000
to to to to to to to to to
107 077 067 057 047 037 027 017 007 C
P
U
DL305
C-More Micro
HMI
ViewMarq
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DL305
Other HMI
760 750 740 730 720 710 700 130 120 110
to to to to to to to to to to
767 757 747 737 727 717 707 137 127 117
DL305
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740 730 720 710 700
to to to to to
747 737 727 717 707 DL305
10-slot base, 10-slot expansion, 8-pt. and 16-pt. I/O
Total I/O: 184 (see note)
*NOTE: Regardless of base size, if a 16-pt. module is
used in Slot 6 for the D3-330 CPU, 160 through 167
will not be available for control-ready assignments.
If a 16-pt. module is used in Slot 6 and/or Slot 7 for
a D3-340 CPU, 160-167 and/or 170-177 are not available for control relay assignments.
Communications
070 060 050 040 030 020 010 000
to to to to to to to to
077 067 057 047 037 027 017 007 C
P
170 160 150 140 130 120 110 100 U
to to to to to to to to
177 167 157 147 137 127 117 107
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Conditions
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D3-340/D3-350 only
760 750 740 730 720 710 700
to to to to to to to
767 757 747 737 727 717 707
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D3-350 Addressing
Using “-1” bases
The D3-350 CPU can be installed in
legacy DL305 bases or the “-1” bases.
When installed in one of the legacy bases,
or if the bases are mixed, the addressing
scheme and module placement restrictions follow that of the D3-340 CPU. Refer
to the previous pages for more detailed
information. Note: These I/O addressing
configurations are for the latest style bases
(-1 on the end of the part number). If you
are using an older series base, refer to
the User’s Manual appendix for correct
addressing.
D3-05B-1 base using 8-pt. I/O modules
060
to
067
040
to
047
020
to
027
DL305
3
5
0
D3-05B-1 base using 16-pt. I/O modules
060
to
077
040
to
057
020
to
037
I/O addressing
When the D3-350 CPU is installed in a
“-1” base and all expansion bases are
also “-1” bases, the addressing scheme is
very simple. 16 I/O points are assigned
to each slot. This applies even if the slot
contains an 8-point module or if the slot
is empty. Expansion base addresses follow
in succession from the previous base.
Input modules are assigned addresses
X0 through X777. Output modules are
assigned address Y0 through Y777.
000
to
007
000
to
017
3
5
0
DL305
5-slot base example configurations
-1 bases
5-slot local
Total I/O: 64
060 040 020 000
to to to to
077 057 037 017
3
5
0
DL305
5-slot local and 5-slot expansions
Total I/O: 144
060 040 020 000
to to to to
077 057 037 017
3
5
0
5-slot local and two 5-Slot expansions
Total I/O: 224
060 040 020 000
to to to to
077 057 037 017
3
5
0
DL305
200 160 140 120 100
to to to to to
217 177 157 137 117 DL305
DL305
320 300 260 240 220
to to
to to to
337 317 277 257 237 DL305
200 160 140 120 100
to to to to to
217 177 157 137 117 DL305
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8-slot base example configurations
-1 bases
8-slot local
Total I/O: 112
140 120 100 060 040 020 000
to to to to to to to
157 137 117 077 057 037 017
8-slot local, 8-slot and 5-slot expansions
Total I/O: 320
3
5
0
140 120 100 060 040 020 000
to to to to to to to
157 137 117 077 057 037 017
3
5
0
CLICK PLC
Do-More
PLCs Overview
DL305
Do-More H2
PLC
DL305
Do-More T1H
PLC
340 320 300 260 240 220 200 160
to to to to to to to to
357 337 317 277 257 237 217 177 DL305
DirectLOGIC
PLCs Overview
8-slot local and 5-slot expansion
Total I/O: 192
140 120 100 060 040 020 000
to to to to to to to
157 137 117 077 057 037 017
DirectLOGIC
DL05/06
3
5
0
DL305
460 440 420 400 360
to to to to to
477 457 437 417 377
260 240 220 200 160
to to to to to
277 257 237 217 177 DL305
DirectLOGIC
DL105
DL305
DirectLOGIC
DL205
DirectLOGIC
DL305
8-slot local and two 8-slot expansions
Total I/O: 368
140 120 100 060 040 020 000
to to to to to to to
157 137 117 077 057 037 017
3
5
0
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DL405
Productivity
Controller
Overview
DL305
8-slot local and 8 slot expansion
Total I/O: 240
140 120 100 060 040 020 000
to to to to to to to
157 137 117 077 057 037 017
Productivity
3000
3
5
0
340 320 300 260 240 220 200 160
to to to to to to to to
357 337 317 277 257 237 217 177 DL305
DL305
Universal
Field I/O
Software
C-More
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340 320 300 260 240 220 200 160
to to to to to to to to
357 337 317 277 257 237 217 177 DL305
540 520 500 460 440 420 400 360
to to to to to to to to
557 537 517 477 457 437 417 377 DL305
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10-slot base example configurations
-1 bases
10-slot local and 5 slot expansion
Total I/O: 224
200 160 140 120 100 060 040 020 000
to to to to to to to to to
217 177 157 137 117 077 057 037 017
320 300 260 240 220
to to to to to
337 317 277 257 237
Other HMI
3
5
0
10 slot local and 10 slot expansion
Total I/O: 304
200 160 140 120 100 060 040 020 000
to to to to to to to to to
217 177 157 137 117 077 057 037 017
DL305
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3
5
0
440 420 400 360 340 320 300 260 240 220
to to to to to to to to to to
457 437 417 377 357 337 317 277 257 237
DL305
DL305
Terms and
Conditions
DL305
10 slot local
Total I/O: 144
200 160 140 120 100 060 040 020 000
to to to to to to to to to
217 177 157 137 117 077 057 037 017
3
5
0
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DL305 Base Specifications
1.6’
0.5 M
5-slot I/O base
(local or expansion)
1.115”
29.9mm
I/O Expansion Cable (D3-EXCBL)
8-slot I/O base
(local or expansion)
94--240V
RUN
10-slot I/O base
(local or expansion)
94-240 VAC
Terminal Strip
24V OUT
LG
G
(Bases provide built-in power supplies)
D3-05B-1 $309.00 D3-05BDC $332.00 D3-08B-1 $375.00 D3-10B-1 $505.00 D3-10BDC $422.00
Number of Slots
5
5
8
10
10
Local CPU Base
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Expansion Base
Yes
CPU base and two expansion
bases. If CPU base is 5-slot,
then the expansion bases must
be 5-slot also.
Yes
CPU base and two expansion
bases. If CPU base is 5-slot,
then the expansion bases must
be 5-slot also.
Yes (D3-350 only)
CPU base and two expansion
bases. If CPU base is 8-slot,
then the expansion bases must
be 8-slot or 5-slot
Yes
CPU base and one expansion
bases. If CPU base is 10-slot,
then the expansion bases must
be 10-slot or 5-slot
Yes
CPU base and one expansion
bases. If CPU base is 10-slot,
then the expansion bases must
be 10-slot or 5-slot.
Input Voltage Range
85-264VAC
47-63Hz
20.5-30VDC
<10% ripple
85-264VAC
47-63Hz
85-264VAC
47-63Hz
20.5-30VDC
<10% ripple
Base Power Consumption 85 VA Max
48 Watts
85VA Max
85VA Max
65 Watts
Inrush Current Max.
30A 1ms
30A
30A 1ms
30A 1ms
30A
Dielectric Strength
1500VAC for one minute
1500VAC for one minute
between terminals of AC P/S, between 24VDC input
run output, common, 24VDC terminals and run output
1500VAC for one minute
2000VAC for one minute
1500VAC for one minute
between terminals of AC P/S, between terminals of AC P/S, between 24VDC input terminals
run output, common, 24VDC run output, common, 24VDC and run output
Insulation Resistance
>10Mohm at 500VDC
>10Mohm at 500VDC
>10Mohm at 500VDC
>10Mohm at 500VDC
>10Mohm at 500VDC
Power Supply Output
(Voltage Ranges and
Ripple)
(5VDC) 4.75-5.25V
5% ripple
(9VDC) 8.5-10V
5% ripple
(24VDC) 20-28V
5% ripple
(5VDC) 4.75-5.25V
5% ripple
(9VDC) 8.5-10V
5% ripple
(24VDC) 20-28V
5% ripple
(5VDC) 4.75-5.25V
5% ripple
(9VDC) 8.5-10V
5% ripple
(24VDC) 20-28V
5% ripple
(5VDC) 4.75-5.25V
5% ripple
(9VDC) 8.5-10V
5% ripple
(24VDC) 20-28V
5% ripple
(5VDC) 4.75-5.25V
5% ripple
(9VDC) 8.5-10V
5% ripple
(24VDC) 20-28V
5% ripple
5 VDC Current Supplied
.7A
1.4A
1.0A
1.0A
1.4A
9 VDC Current Supplied
2.0A
0.8A
2.0A
2.0A
1.7A
24 VDC Current Supplied
0.5A
0.5A
0.5A
0.5A
0.5A
Auxiliary 24 VDC Output
100mA max
None
100mA max
100mA max
None
Run Relay
250VAC
4A (resistive load)
250VAC
4A (resistive load)
250VAC
4A (resistive load)
250VAC
4A (resistive load)
250VAC,
4A (resistive load)
Fuses
2A (250V) Non-replaceable
4A (250V)
User-replaceable
D3-FUSE-3 $27.50
2A (250V) Non-replaceable
2A (250V) Non-replaceable
4A (250V)
User-replaceable
D3-FUSE-3 $27.50
Dimensions W/H/D
11.42x4.85x4.41 in.
(290x123x112 mm)
11.42x4.85x4.41 in.
(290x123x112 mm
15.55x4.85x4.41 in.
(395x123x112 mm)
18.3x4.85x4.41 in.
(465x123x112 mm)
18.34x4.85x4.41 in.
(465x123x112 mm)
Weight
37oz. (1050g)
34oz. (964g)
44oz. (1250g)
51.1oz. (1450g)
50.5oz. (1432g)
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Power Budget
Managing your power
resource
The I/O configuration depends on your
choice of I/O modules, bases and I/O
location. When determining the types
and quantity of I/O modules you will be
using, it’s important to remember there is
a limited amount of power available from
the power supply.
The chart on the next page indicates the
power supplied and used by each DL305
device. The adjacent chart shows an
example of how to calculate the power
used by your particular system. These
two charts should make it easy for you to
determine if the devices you have chosen
fit within the power budget of your system
configuration.
If the I/O you have chosen exceeds
the maximum power available from
the power supply, you can resolve the
problem by shifting some of the modules
to an expansion base.
Use ZIPLinks to reduce
power requirements
If your application requires a lot of relay
outputs, consider using the ZIPLink AC
or DC relay output modules. These
modules can switch high current (10A)
loads without putting a load on your
base power budget. Refer to the Wiring
Solutions section in this catalog for more
information.
This logo is placed next to I/O modules
that are supported by the ZIPLink
connection systems. See the I/O module
specifications at the end of this section.
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WARNING: It is extremely important to calculate the power budget correctly. If you exceed
the power budget, the system may operate in an
unpredictable manner, which may result in a risk
of personal injury or equipment damage.
3. Add the current used by the system devices
(columns 3, 4, and 5), starting with Slot 1, then
put the total in the row labeled “Maximum
Current Required” (Row E).
4. Subtract the row labeled “Maximum Current
Required” (Row E), from the row labeled
“Current Supplied” (Row B). Place the
difference in the row labeled “Remaining
Current” (Row F).
5. If “Maximum Current Required” is greater
than “Current Supplied” in columns 3, 4 or 5,
the power budget will be exceeded. It will be
unsafe to use this configuration and you will
need to restructure your I/O configuration.
Example: how to
calculate your
power usage
The following example shows how to
calculate the power budget for the DL305
system. The examples are constructed
around a single 5-slot base using the
devices shown. It is recommended you
construct a similar table for each base in
your DL305 system.
1. U
sing a chart similar to the one below, fill in
column 2.
2. U
sing the tables on the opposite page, enter
the current supplied and used by each
device (columns 3, 4, and 5). Devices which
fall into the “Other” category (Row D) are
devices such as the Handheld Programmer
or a Data Communication Unit, which also
have power requirements, but do not directly plug into the base.
A
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PLCs Overview
Do-More H2
PLC
Do-More T1H
PLC
DirectLOGIC
PLCs Overview
DirectLOGIC
DL05/06
DirectLOGIC
DL105
DirectLOGIC
DL205
DirectLOGIC
DL305
DirectLOGIC
DL405
Productivity
Controller
Overview
Productivity
3000
Column 1
Base # 0
Column 2
Device Type
Column 3
5 VDC (mA)
Column 4
9VDC (mA)
Column 5
24V(mA)
B Current Supplied
5-slot Base
D3-05BDC
Software
1400
800
500
C Current Required
CPU Slot
D3-330
300
50
0
Slot 0
D3-16NE3
0
130
0
Slot 1
D3-16NE3
0
130
0
Slot 2
D3-08TA-1
0
160
0
Slot 3
D3-08TA-1
0
160
0
50
50
0
360
680
0
1040
120
500
E Maximum Current Required
F Remaining Current
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DL305 Power Requirements
This section shows the amount
of power supplied by the base
power supplies and the amount
of power used by each DL305
device. Note the base power
supplies provide three internal
voltages (5V, 9V, 24V). The chart
shows how much power from
each of these power sources is
required for each DL305 device.
Use this information when
calculating the power budget for
your system.
In addition to the three internal
power sources, the DL305
bases provide an external power
connection. There is 24 VDC
available from the 24 VDC output
terminals on the bases (except
D3-05BDC and D3-10BDC).
The 24 VDC can be used to
power external devices or DL305
modules that require external 24
VDC. The power used from this
external 24 VDC output reduces
the internal system 24 VDC that
is available to the modules by
an equal amount. When using
the 24 VDC output at the base
terminal, it is recommended that
100 mA not be exceeded.
Power Consumed
Device
Power Supplied
5V(mA) 9V(mA) 24V(mA) Ext
req.
CPUs
D3-330
D3-340
D3-350
300
300
500
50
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
DC Input Modules
D3-08ND2
0
D3-16ND2-1 0
F3-16ND3F 0
10
25
148
112
224
68
0
0
0
10
10
100
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
AC Input Modules
D3-08NA-1
D3-08NA-2
D3-16NA
0
0
0
AC/DC Input Modules
D3-08NE3
D3-16NE3
0
0
10
130
DC Output Modules
D3-04TD1
D3-08TD1
D3-08TD2
D3-16TD1-1
D3-16TD2
0
0
0
0
0
12
20
30
40
180
5
24
0
96
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
200
160
160
250
400
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
AC Output Modules
D3-04TAS
F3-08TAS-1
D3-08TA-1
D3-08TA-2
F3-16TA-2
D3-16TA-2
0
0
0
0
0
0
Device
5V(mA) 9V(mA) 24V(mA) 24 V (mA)
D3-05B-1
D3-08B-1
D3-10B-1
D3-05BDC
D3-10BDC
D3-05B-NR
D3-08B-NR
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
100
100
100
None
None
100
100
D3-05BDC-NR 900
2000
500
None
Power Consumed
Device
5V(mA) 9V(mA) 24V(mA) External
required
Relay Output Modules
D3-08TR
F3-08TRS-1
F3-08TRS-2
D3-16TR
0
0
0
0
360
296
296
480
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Analog Temperature and Thermocouple Modules
F3-04ADS
F3-08AD-1
F3-08THM-n
F3-16AD
F3-04DA-1
F3-04DAS
0
0
0
0
0
0
183
45
50
55
144
154
50
55
34
65
108
145
0
0
0
0
0
0
Communications and Networking
D3-232 DCU
D3-422 DCU
FA-UNICON
D3- DCM
500
500
0
0
0
0
0
300
0
0
0
0
Optional [email protected]
Optional [email protected]
24V or [email protected] 100mA
0
10
70
5
112
0
0
0
0
0
50
50
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
150
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Specialty Modules
D3-08SIM
D3-HSC
D3-TCSU
0
0
40
Programming
D3-HP
D3-HPP
D2-HP
50
50
200
Specialty CPUs
F3-OMUX-1
F3-OMUX-2
F3-PMUX
F3-RTU
409
262
455
416
Operator Interface
DV-1000
150
C-more
210
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Dimensions and Installation
It is important to understand the installation requirements for your DL305 system.
This will help ensure that the DL305
products operate within their environmental and electrical limits.
Plan for safety
This catalog should never be used as
a replacement for the user manual.
The user manuals, D3-USER-M and
D3-350-M (available for download from
our web site), contain important safety
information that must be followed. The
system installation should comply with
all appropriate electrical codes and standards.
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Control Systems
Overview
Rating
Storage Temperature
Ambient Operating Temperature
Ambient Humidity
Vibration Resistance
Shock Resistance
-4°F - 158°F (-20°C to 70°C)
Noise Immunity
NEMA (ICS3-304)
CLICK PLC
32°F - 131°F (0° to 55°C)
30% - 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
MIL STD 810C, Method 514.2
Do-More H2
PLC
MIL STD810, Method 516.2
Do-More T1H
PLC
DL305 mounting depths
DirectLOGIC
PLCs Overview
OK
4.41”
112mm
Base dimensions and
mounting orientation
5”
127mm
Use the diagrams to the right to make
sure the DL305 system can be installed
in your application. DL305 bases must
be mounted horizontally to ensure proper
airflow for cooling purposes. It is important to check these dimensions against
the conditions required for your application. For example, it is recommended
that you leave 1.5” depth for ease of
access and cable clearance. However,
your distance may be greater or less.
Also, check the installation guidelines for
the recommended cabinet clearances.
Do-More
PLCs Overview
DirectLOGIC
DL05/06
DirectLOGIC
DL105
Base and CPU
DirectLOGIC
DL205
Airflow
With 8-pt., 16-pt. I/O, or
handheld
DirectLOGIC
DL305
DirectLOGIC
DL405
Productivity
Controller
Overview
5.94”
151mm
Productivity
3000
Base and CPU with DCU, or
Thumbwheel interface
6.75”
171mm
Universal
Field I/O
With PROM Writer Unit (-lines)
9.0”
229mm
Software
With DCU and D3-DSCBL-2 connected
See the
Enclosures section in
this catalog for an enclosure
that may be suitable for your
application
C-More
HMI
C-More Micro
HMI
ViewMarq
Industrial
Marquees
Other HMI
Communications
C
Base
A
B
Terms and
Conditions
2"
50mm
min
D
Price
Appendix
Book 1
2"
50mm
min
A
B
C
2"
50mm
min
D
D3-05B-1 $309.00 11.41” 290mm 10.63” 270mm 4.84” 123mm 3.54”
90mm
D3-08B-1 $375.00 15.55” 395mm 14.76” 375mm 4.84” 123mm 3.54”
90mm
D3-10B-1 $505.00 18.30” 465mm 17.51” 445mm 4.84” 123mm 3.54”
90mm
Component
Chas s is
P anel
Ground Braid
Copper Lugs
P anel or
S tar Was hers
S tar Was hers
Ground
Book 1 (14.3)
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DL305 PLCs
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