T1H-CTRIO Technical Specs

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High-Speed Counter I/O Module

Module

T1H-CTRIO $334.00

Overview

The High-Speed Counter I/O (CTRIO) module is designed to accept high-speed pulse-type input signals for counting or timing applications and to provide high-speed pulse-type output signals for stepper motor control, monitoring, alarm or other discrete control functions. The

CTRIO module offers great flexibility for applications that call for precise counting or timing, based on an input event or for high-speed control output applications.

The CTRIO module has its own microprocessor and operates asynchronously with respect to the PLC/controller. This means that the on-board outputs respond in real time to incoming signals, so there is no delay waiting for the PLC/Controller to scan I/O.

The T1H-CTRIO module is designed to work with incremental encoders or other field devices that send pulse outputs.

Configure I/O screen

CTRIO features

The CTRIO modules offer the following

I/O features:

• Eight DC sink/source inputs, 9-30 VDC

• Four isolated sink/source DC outputs,

5-30 VDC, 1A per point

Inputs supported:

• Two quadrature encoder counters up to

100 kHz, or four single-channel counters up to 100 kHz using module terminals Ch1A, Ch1B, Ch2A and Ch2B

• High-speed edge timers, dual edge timers, pulse catch, count reset, count inhibit , or count capture or home search limits using module terminals

Ch1C, Ch1D, Ch2C or Ch2D

Outputs supported:

• Four independently configurable highspeed discrete outputs or two channels pulse output control (20 Hz-25 kHz per channel)

• Pulse and direction or cw/ccw pulses supported for pulse output control

• Raw control of discrete output directly from user control program

Software configuration

All scaling and configuration is done via CTRIO Workbench, a Windows software utility program. This eliminates the need for PLC ladder programming or other interface device programming to set up the module. CTRIO Workbench runs under Windows 98/2000/XP and

NT 4.0 SP5 or later.

Typical applications

• High-speed cut-to-length operations using encoder input

• Pick-and-place or indexing functions controlling a stepper drive

• Dynamic registration for web material control

• Accurate frequency counting for speed control with onboard scaling

• PLS (Programmable Limit Switch) functions for high-speed packaging,

gluing, or labeling

• Sub 10 µsec pulse-catch capability for high-speed product detection

• Functions for level or flow

Supported systems

Multiple T1H-CTRIO modules can reside in the same I/O system provided that the base power budget is adequate.

PC-based Ethernet I/O control systems

The T1H-CTRIO module can be used in PC-based control systems using the

T1H-EBC100 interface module.

PROFIBUS systems

The T1H-CTRIO module can be used in Profibus systems using the T1H-PBC slave interface module.

ERM to EBC systems

The T1H-CTRIO module is supported in T1H-EBC100 slaves in H*-ERM100 systems.

CTRIO Workbench main configuration screen

Notes:

1. The T1H-CTRIO module is not supported when using the T1K-MODBUS or T1K-DEVNETS contoller modules.

2. System functions are not available when

CTRIO is used in ERM/EBC expansion I/O.

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Use Configure I/O dialog to assign the CTRIO input and output functions

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High-Speed Counter

I/O Specifications

Module Type

Modules Per Base

I/O Points Used

Field Wiring Connector

Internal Power Consumption

Operating Environment

Manufacturer

Isolation

T1H-CTRIO Input Specifications

Inputs

8 pts sink/source

Minimum Pulse

Width

5 µsec

Input Voltage Range

9-30 VDC

Maximum Voltage

30 VDC

Input Voltage

Protection

Zener Clamped at 33 VDC

Rated Input Current

8 mA typical 12 mA maximum

Minimum ON

Voltage

Maximum OFF

Voltage

9.0 VDC

2.0 VDC

Minimum ON Current

5.0 mA (9 VDC required to guarantee ON state)

Maximum OFF

Current

2.0 mA

OFF to ON Response

Less than 3 µsec

ON to OFF Response

Less than 3 µsec

T1H-CTRIO Input Resources

Counter/Timer

Resource

Options

1X, 2X, or 4X Quadrature, Up or

Down Counter, Edge Timer, Dual

Edge Timer, Input Pulse Catch, Reset,

Inhibit, Capture

Timer Range /

Resolution

Counter Range

4.2 billion (32 bits); 1 µsec

± 2.1 billion

(31 bits + sign bit)

General

Intelligent

Limited only by power consumption

None, I/O map directly in PLC V-memory or PC control access

Standard removable terminal block

400 mA Max at +5V from Base Power Supply, Maximum of 6 Watts

(All I/O in ON State at Max Voltage/Current)

32°F to 140°F (0°C to 60°C), Humidity (non-condensing) 5% to 95%

Host Automation Products, LLC

2500 V I/O to Logic, 1000 V among Input Channels and All Outputs

Outputs

Voltage Range

Maximum Voltage

Output Clamp Voltage

Maximum Load Current

Maximum Load Voltage

Maximum Leakage

Current

Inrush Current

OFF to ON Response

ON to OFF Response

ON State V Drop

External Power Supply

Overcurrent Protection

Thermal Shutdown

Overtemperature Reset

Duty Cycle Range

Configurable Presets a) single b) multiple

T1H-CTRIO Output Specifications

4 pts, independently isolated, current sourcing or sinking

FET Outputs: open drain and source with floating gate drive

5 VDC - 36 VDC

36 VDC

60 VDC

1.0 A

36 VDC

100 µA

5 A for 20 ms

Less than 3 µsec

Less than 3 µsec m 0.3 V

For loop power only, not required for internal module function*

15 A max

Tjunction = 150°C

Tjunction = 130°C

1% to 99% in 1% increments (default = 50%) a) Each output can be assigned one preset, or b) Each output can be assigned one table of presets, one table can contain max. 128 presets, max. predefined tables = 255

* User supplied power source required for stepper drive configuration.

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T1H-CTRIO Output Resources

Pulse output / Discrete outputs

Pulse outputs: 2 channels (2 outputs each channel) Discrete outputs: 4 pts.

Resource Options

Pulse outputs: pulse/direction or cw/ccw; Profiles:Trapezoid, S-Curve,

Symmetrical S-Curve, Dynamic Position, Dynamic Velocity, Home Search,

Velocity Mode, Run to Limit Mode and Run to Position Mode

Discrete outputs: 4 configurable for set, reset, pulse on, pulse off, toggle, reset count functions (assigned to respond to Timer/Counter input functions).

Raw mode: Direct access to discrete output from user application program

Target Position Range

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Status indicators

T1H-CTRIO LED Descriptions

OK

ER

1A - 1D

2A - 2D

CH1

CH2

Y0 - Y3

Module OK

User Program Error

Ch1A - Ch1D Input Status

Ch2A - Ch2D Input Status

Channel 1 Status

Channel 2 Status

Output Status

LED OK

ON

ON

Blinking

Blinking

OFF

OFF

OFF

T1H-CTRIO- LED Diagnostic Definitions

LED ER

OFF

ON

Blinking

OFF

Blinking

ON

OFF

Description

All is well - RUN Mode

Hardware Failure

Boot Mode - Used for Field OS Upgrades

Program Mode

Module Self-diagnostic Failure

Module Error Due to Watchdog Timeout

No Power to Module

CH1

CH2

Y0 - Y3

Installation and wiring

The T1H-CTRIO module has two independent input channels, each consisting of four optically isolated input points

(points 1A-1D on common 1M and points 2A-2D on common

2M). The inputs can be wired to either sink or source current.

The module has four optically isolated output points (points

Y0-Y3 on isolated commons C0-C3, respectively). The outputs must be wired so that positive current flows into the Cn terminal and then out of the Yn terminal (see the diagram below and the schematic on the following page).

T1H-CTRIO LED Diagnostic Definition

Blinks when Channel 1 Function 1 is counting or timing

Blinks when Channel 2 Function 1 is counting or timing

Follow actual output state; ON = output is passing current

The module is configured, using CTRIO Workbench, to accommodate the user’s application. The function of each input

(counting, timing, reset, etc.) and output (pulse output, discrete output, etc.) is defined in the configuration of the module.

See the notes below for further details about power source considerations, circuit polarities, and field devices.

Input / Output Channels

1A 1B 1C 1D Y0 Y0 Y1 Y1 2A 2B 2C 2D Y2 Y2 Y3 Y3

T1H–CTRIO

OK ERR CH1 CH2

Channel Commons

1M 1M 1M 1M C0 C0 C1 C1 2M 2M 2M 2M C2 C2 C3 C3

User Bus Terminals

(no internal connection to CTRIO)

–––––––USER BUS 1–––––––

–––––––USER BUS 2–––––––

1A 1B 1C 1D Y0 Y1 2A 2B 2C 2D Y2 Y3

2

Notes:

1. Inputs (1A, 1B, 1C, 1D and 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D) require user-provided 9-30 VDC power sources. Terminals 1M and 2M are the commons for

Channel 1 and Channel 2 inputs. Maximum current consumption is 12 mA per input point.

2. Polarity of the input power sources can be reversed. Consideration must be given, however, to the polarity of the field device. Many field devices are designed for only one polarity and can be damaged if power wiring is reversed.

3. Outputs have one polarity only and are powered by user-provided

5-36 VDC power sources. The maximum allowable current per output circuit is 1A.

4. User Bus 1 and User Bus 2 are independent 8-wire terminal buses. They can be used for additional power rail connections.

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Solid state input wiring device

DC types of field devices are configured to either sink or source current. This affects the wiring of the device to the CTRIO module. Refer to the sinking/sourcing section of the appendix in this catalog for a complete explanation of sinking and sourcing concepts.

NPN Field Device (sink)

Sensing Circuit

PNP Field Device (source)

Sensing Circuit

+

-

1A

1 A

1 M

This drawing illustrates wiring that is typical for Channel 1 terminals 1A, 1B,

1C, and 1D. The same circuitry is also present at the corresponding

Channel 2 terminals.

The same circuitry is present at the corresponding Channel 2 terminal.

This drawing illustrates wiring that is typical for Channel 1 terminals 1A, 1B,

1C, and 1D. The same circuitry is also present at the corresponding

Channel 2 terminals.

Pulse output schematic

Stepper/servo drive wiring example

Step Amplifier

OPTO Power

Pulse (or CW)

Direction (or CCW)

5-36 VDC

+ -

+5 to 36 VDC

+5 to 36 VDC

Cn (where n=0, 1, 2, 3)

CTRIO

Output

Yn

+

-

Load

+

Load

-

Cn (where n=0, 1, 2, 3)

CTRIO

Output

Yn

Input / Output Channels

1A 1B 1C 1D Y0 Y0 Y1 Y1 2A 2B 2C 2D Y2 Y2 Y3 Y3

Channel Commons

1M 1M 1M 1M C0 C0 C1 C1 2M 2M 2M 2M C2 C2 C3 C3

5-36 VDC

+

Step Amplifier

OPTO Power

Pulse (or CW)

Direction (or CCW)

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User Bus Terminals

(no internal connection to CTRIO)

–––––––USER BUS 1–––––––

–––––––USER BUS 2–––––––

1M

The same circuitry is present at the corresponding Channel 2 terminal.

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High-Speed Counter

Fill-in-the-blank configuration software

The CTRIO Workbench is the software utility used to configure the CTRIO module and to scale signals to desired engineering units. Workbench also allows you to perform various other functions, such as switching between the CTRIO’s Program mode and Run mode, monitoring I/O status and functions, and diagnostic control of module functions. The latest version of the CTRIO Workbench utility can be downloaded for free at the Host Engineering’s Web site: www.hosteng.com.

CTRIO Workbench configure I/O setup

The Configure I/O dialog is the location where input and output functions are assigned to the module.

The choice of input and output functions determines which options are available. The input function boxes prompt you with selections for supported functions.

The Workbench software automatically disallows any unsupported configurations.

CTRIO Workbench main configuration screen

Select modules from multiple networked PLCs

Save and load configurations with Read/Write File feature

T1H-CTRIO

Configure I/O screen

Detailed snap-shot of module status and configurations

CTRIO Workbench diagnostics and monitoring

The Monitor I/O dialog is accessible from the main Workbench dialog when the module is in Run Mode. This allows for a convenient way to test and debug your configuration prior to installation. The Monitor I/O dialog is divided into three functional areas: Input Functions, Output Functions and System Functions. The data displayed under the Input Functions tab includes all input Dword parameters, status bits and the current status of each configured input and output function. The fields displayed under the

Output Functions tab includes all output Dword parameters and configuration information that can be altered during runtime and the bits that indicate successful transfers or errors. The System Functions can be used to read from or write to the CTRIO’s internal registers.

CTRIO Workbench on-board scaling

Scaling raw signals to engineering units is accomplished using the Scaling Wizard. The Scaling Wizard options are different for the Counter functions as compared with the Timer functions. “Position” and “Rate” scaling are available when you select a Counter function. “Interval” scaling is available when you select a Timing function.

Monitor I/O screen

Scaling Wizard screen

Monitor I/O dialog included for easy de-bug features

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High-Speed Counter

High-speed input operations

The CTRIO module is capable of a wide variety of high speed input and output operations all within one module. With its flexible 2-channel input and separate

2-channel output design, the CTRIO can satisfy both high-speed counting, timing, pulse catch operations, along with high speed discrete output or several profile choices of pulse output operations. Not all combinations of input functions and output functions are possible within the resources of the module, but the following examples are some of the most common applications for the CTRIO. Check out these examples and see how they relate to your high speed application needs.

High-speed timing

The CTRIO can be configured for timing functions based on both count or rate. Using a common configuration of a proximity switch sensing the teeth on a gear, the module is able to calculate the velocity of the gear based on the rate it receives its counts. This value can be scaled within the module to the engineering units required for the application.

High-speed timing application

Gear

Proximity switch

Interface device with CTRIO module

Photoelectric switch

Using Configure I/O screen to configure CTRIO for high-speed timing

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High-speed counting

The CTRIO can be configured for counting functions for the use of an encoder input, (up to two quadrature encoders per module) with available connections for external reset and inhibit signals. In a simple cut to length application as shown, the encoder provides an input position reference for the material to the module. The module’s high speed outputs are wired to the cutting device and to the clutch and/or braking device. When the count from the encoder is equal to a pre-programmed setpoint within the module, the high speed outputs are activated to stop and cut the material to a repeatable fixed length. Additionally, the clutch/brake signal can be used for an inhibit signal to not accumulate counts while the material is being cut.

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Encoder

Material to be cut to length

High-speed cut-to-length application

Gearbox, clutch and brake interface

Motor control lines

Interface device with CTRIO module

Cutter assembly

CTRIO high speed output

Cutter interface

Using Configure I/O screen to configure

CTRIO for high-speed counting

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Point-click selections of hardwired connection for

Counting, Reset, and Inhibit

Powerful edge timing functions clicking on the edge button cycles through the available edge timing functions

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Pulse output operations

Using Edit Pulse Profile screen to select

Trapezoid pulse output profile

CTRIO pulse output signals

Interface device with CTRIO module

Fill spout

Stepper or servo drive

Stepper motor inside housing

Circular turn table

Rotary indexing liquid fill application

Pulse output for stepper/servo control

The CTRIO module is capable of multiple configurations for pulse output control, most often when connected to a stepper or servo drive system. The module can deliver a pulse output signal up to a maximum of 25 kHz on two channels with support for pulseand-direction or CW/CCW pulses. The available profile choices include Trapezoid, S-Curve, Symmetrical S-Curve, Dynamic

Positioning, and Pulse to Limit. All profiles can be easily configured using the CTRIO Workbench software with fill-in-the-blank parameter fields and a graphic representation of the selected profile. Three additional profiles are available that are completely controlled by the user program (no CTRIO profile is configured).

They are Velocity Mode, Run to Limit Mode and Run to Position

Mode.

Example application

In a simple rotary indexing application, as shown above, a fixed

Trapezoid profile is chosen. The CTRIO for this application is wired to a stepper drive for pulse-and-direction. The requirement for this application is to provide a smooth movement of the rotary table to allow product to be filled into individual containers equal distance apart. The predetermined number of pulses required for each movement is entered into the CTRIO Workbench as “Total

Pulses” along with the Starting Frequency, Ending Frequency, and

Positioning Frequency (speed after acceleration). The Acceleration and Deceleration parameters are entered in units of time, so no ramp-distance calculations are required. After all parameters are entered, a graphical representation of the configured profile is shown automatically. Once the configuration has been downloaded to the module, all that is needed from the PLC CPU is the

Enable Output signal to begin a movement.

Other common pulse output applications:

• S-Curve accel/decel profile for signaling a stepper or servo drive that needs a curved acceleration and deceleration pro file, i.e. for diminishing any initial “jerk” upon movement of static products, boxes on conveyors, liquids in containers on an indexer, printing registrations, etc.

• Dynamic Positioning for any run-to-a-specific-position requirement, either by a pre-programmed count of an external high speed discrete input wired to the module. This is popular in winding or webcontrol with any dynamic registration mark or variable speed requirement.

• Home Search routines to seek a home position based on

CTRIO discrete input limit(s).

Example of S-Curve acceleration and deceleration pulse output profile

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High-Speed Counter

Combining high-speed input and pulse output operations

Using CTRIO Workbench to configure the module for simultaneous high-speed input and high-speed pulse output operation

High-Speed inputs and pulse output combinations

The flexible design of the CTRIO module allows for combining high speed inputs and delivering high speed pulse outputs signals simultaneously. There are limitations to this type of configuration in that the module does not internally support closed loop control. Providing closed loop control with the CTRIO involves additional PLC code to coordinate this control, making the application subject to the PLC CPU program scan. Simple position/ speed monitoring, via a high speed counting input for non-critical response while providing pulse outputs to a drive, is easily achievable for the CTRIO.

Example application

In the simple drill-head application shown above, the CTRIO pulse outputs are wired to a stepper and/or servo drive. The inputs are wired to an encoder attached to the lead screw on the movable portion of the drill-head assembly. The CTRIO module output pulse train to the drive allows the motor to spin the lead screw making the drill move forward into the passing material. The encoder monitors the speed and position of the drill-head. Prox switches at each end act as limit switches ensuring the drill-head will not over-travel. A home sensor is positioned in the middle of the assembly, allowing the PLC to reset the count.

Master Controller program

CTRIO pulse output profile

Multihead drill machine application

Proximity switch

Proximity switch

Encoder

Proximity switch

Interface device with CTRIO module

Stepper or servo drive

Note: Closed loop control for the CTRIO module requires control program interaction to close the loop. This makes the application subject to the master controller scan.

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CTRIO high-speed input pulse train

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Dimensions and Installation

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It is important to understand the installation requirements for your Terminator I/O system. This will ensure that the Terminator

I/O products work within their environmental and electrical limits.

Plan for safety

This catalog should never be used as a replacement for the technical data sheet that comes with the products or the

T1K-INST-M Installation and

I/O Manual (available online at www.automationdirect.com.) The technical data sheet contains information that must be followed. The system installation should comply with all appropriate electrical codes and standards.

Unit dimensions and mounting orientation

Use the following diagrams to make sure the Terminator I/O system can be installed in your application. Terminator

I/O units should be mounted horizontally. To ensure proper airflow for cooling purposes, units should not be mounted upside-down. It is important to check the

Terminator I/O dimensions against the conditions required for your application.

For example, it is recommended to leave

2” 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.

See the Enclosures section for an enclosure that may be suitable for your application

Terminator I/O Environmental Specifications

Ambient Operating Temperature

Storage Temperature

Ambient Humidity

32°F to 131°F (0°C to 55°C)

-4°F to 158°F (-20°C to 70°C)

Atmosphere

5% to 95% (Non-condensing)

No corrosive gases. The level of environmental pollution = 2 (UL 840)

MIL STD 810C, Method 514.2

Vibration Resistance

Shock Resistance

Voltage Withstand (Dielectric)

Insulation Resistance

MIL STD 810C, Method 516.2

1500 VAC, 1 minute

Noise Immunity

Agency Approvals

500 VDC, 10 Mq

NEMA ICS3-304

Impulse noise 1µs, 1000 V

FCC class A

RFI (144 MHz, 430 MHz 10 W, 10 cm)

UL, CE, FCC class A, NEC Class 1 Division 2

48mm

(1.89in)

48mm

(1.89in)

48mm

(1.89in)

89mm

(3.5in)

83.3mm

(3.28in)

80mm

(3.15in)

80mm

(3.15in)

80mm

(3.15in)

80mm

(3.15in)

Power Supply Network Interface Module

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I/O Module Installation

I/O module installation

Terminator I/O modules feature separate terminal bases for easy installation.

To install I/O modules:

1. Slide the module into its terminal base

(until it clicks into position)

2. Hook upper DIN rail tabs over the top of DIN rail, and press the assembly firmly onto the

DIN rail.

3. Slide the module along the DIN rail until it engages with the adjacent module.

1

2

Removing I/O modules is a snap

Grip the locking handle, as shown, and pull gently to eject the I/O module from its base. The module will slide out for easy replacement. This procedure does not apply to network interface modules or power supplies, which have integral bases.

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DN-ASB-1 angled mounting bracket

Great for mounting in upper locations

Great for mounting in lower locations

Optional angled support bracket raises and tilts the mounting rail for easier access and wiring. Use with

35 mm DIN rail. See the Connection

Systems in this catalog for details.

Hot-swappable

I/O modules

You can remove I/O modules under power, but exercise caution while doing so. Do not touch the terminals with your hands or any conductive material.

Always remove power when possible.

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Power Supplies and Power Requirements

Power supplies

The Terminator I/O product line offers two power supply options: AC or DC.

The power supplies are always positioned to the left of the modules to which they supply power. Consult the system configuration examples and the power budgeting example for more information on positioning power supplies.

Power supply specifications

Power Supply

Specifications

Power requirements

Module

5VDC 24VDC

Interface Modules

T1H-EBC100 300

T1H-PBC 530

T1K-DEVNETS

250

T1K-MODBUS 300

DC Input Modules

T1K-08ND3 35

T1K-16ND3 70

AC Input Modules

T1K-08NA-1 35

T1K-16NA-1

70

0

0

0

0

0

0

45

0

Module

5VDC 24VDC

DC Output Modules

T1H-08TDS

T1K-08TD1

T1K-16TD1

T1K-08TD2-1

200

100

200

200

T1K-16TD2-1 200

AC Output Modules

T1K-08TA 250

T1K-16TA 450

T1K-08TAS 300

Relay Output Modules

0

T1K-08TR 350 0

T1K-16TR 700 0

T1K-08TRS 400

Specialty Modules

T1H-CTRIO 400

0

0

0

0

0

200*

400*

0

0

Module

5VDC 24VDC

Analog Input Modules

T1F-08AD-1 75 50*

T1F-08AD-2 75 50*

T1F-16AD-1

T1F-16AD-2

75

75

50*

50*

T1F-14THM

T1F-16RTD

60

150

70*

0

Analog Output Modules

T1F-08DA-1 75 75*

T1F-08DA-2

T1F-16DA-1

75

75

75*

150*

T1F-16DA-2 75 150*

Combination Analog Modules

T1F-8AD4DA-1 75 60*

T1F-8AD4DA-2 75 70*

Input Voltage Range

110/220 VAC 12/24 VDC

Input Frequency

Maximum Power

50/60 Hz

50 VA

N/A

30 W

Max. Inrush Current

20 A

Insulation

Resistance

10 A

> 10 Mq @ 500 VDC

Voltage Withstand

Voltage

primary, secondary and field ground

5.25 VDC 5.25 VDC

5VDC

PWR

Current Rating

(see current option note below)

Ripple

5% max.

2000 mA max

5% max.

24VDC

PWR

Voltage

Current Rating

300 mA max.

(see current option note below)

Ripple

24 VDC N/A

N/A

10% max.

N/A

Fuse

1 (primary), not replaceable

Replacement

Terminal Block

(Phoenix Contact)

MVSTBW

BK

MVSTBW

BK

Note: 500 mA @ 24 VDC can be achieved by lowering the

5VDC from 2000 mA to 1500 mA.

Calculating the power budget

To calculate the power budget, read the available power (current rating) from the

Power Supply Specifications table and subtract the power consumed by each module to the right of the power supply.

Do not include modules to the right of an additional power supply.

Adding additional power supplies

Each power supply furnishes power only to the network interface and I/O modules to its right. Inserting a second power supply closes the power loop for the power supply to the left, while also powering the modules to its right. Perform a power budget calculation for each power supply in the system.

Power Budget Example

Module 5VDC 24VDC

T1K-01AC +2000 mA +300 mA

T1H-EBC100

T1K-16ND3

T1K-16TD2

T1F-08AD-1

Remaining

-300 mA

-70 mA

-200 mA

-75 mA

+1355 mA

-0 mA

-0 mA

-0 mA

-50 mA

+250 mA

Accessories available for

Terminator I/O are listed in the

Terminator Field I/O section of the

Price List

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This power supply powers the network interface module and the next two I/O modules

This power supply powers these three I/O modules

1 - 8 0 0 - 6 3 3 - 0 4 0 5

Prices as of April 15, 2015. Check Web site for most current prices.

Expansion I/O Configurations

Expansion cables

T1K-10CBL $42.00

T1K-10CBL-1* $55.00

Right side to left side expansion cable

The T1K-10CBL(-1) connects the right side of an I/O base to the left side of the next I/O base. A maximum of two

T1K-10CBL(-1) cables can be used per expansion system.

T1K-05CBL-LL

T1K-05CBL-LL-1*

Left side to left side expansion cable

$29.25

$33.50

The T1K-05CBL-LL(-1) connects the left side of an I/O base to the left side of the next I/O base. Only one T1K-05CBL-LL

(-1) cable can be used per expansion system and must be used with a

T1K-05CBL-RR cable

. This cable cannot be connected to the left side of the network interface base.

T1K-05CBL-RR

Right side to right side

$30.00 expansion cable

The T1K-05CBL-RR connects the right side of an I/O base to the right side of the next I/O base. A maximum of one T1K-05CBL-RR cable can be used per expansion system. Note:

When this cable is used, the expansion I/O assignments are from right to left (reversed).

Company

Information

Control Systems

Overview

CLICK PLC

Do-More

PLCs Overview

Do-More H2

PLC

Do-More T1H

PLC

DirectLOGIC

PLCs Overview

DirectLOGIC

DL05/06

DirectLOGIC

DL105

Cable length = 0.5m

Cable length = 1.0m

Cable length = 0.5m

*Note: The (-1) versions of the expansion cables pass 24 VDC through on an isolated wire. (All cables pass the 5 VDC base power.) Any local expansion DC input module configured for “internal power” (current sourcing) must either have a power supply preceding it on the same base or, have a (-1) version cable pass 24 VDC from a power supply on the preceeding base.

DirectLOGIC

DL205

DirectLOGIC

DL305

DirectLOGIC

DL405

Productivity

Controller

Overview

Using two T1K-10CBL expansion cables

In the system below, power supplies can be used anywhere.

Using T1K-10CBL expansion cable and T1K-05CBL-RR expansion cable

Power supplies can be used anywhere in the first two bases, but not in the last expansion base.

T1K-10CBL(-1)

I/O Addressing

T1K-10CBL(-1)

A power supply can be used on either base.

I/O Addressing

T1K-10CBL

T1K-05CBL-RR

Productivity

3000

Universal

Field I/O

Software

C-More

HMI

C-More Micro

HMI

ViewMarq

Industrial

Marquees

Using T1K-05CBL-RR expansion cable and T1K-05CBL-LL expansion cable

Power supplies can be used anywhere in the first and third bases, but not in the second base.

Using T1K-05CBL-RR expansion cable

Power supplies can be used anywhere in the first base, but not in the second base.

Other HMI

Communications

Appendix

Book 1

Terms and

Conditions

Do not connect a

T 1 K - 0 5 C B L - L L ( - 1 ) to the left side of the network interface base.

I/O Addressing

T1K-05CBL-RR

I/O Addressing

T1K-05CBL-RR

T1K-05CBL-LL w w w . a u t o m a t i o n d i r e c t . c o m / f i e l d I O

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Prices as of April 15, 2015. Check Web site for most current prices.

Field Device Wiring and Power Options

Terminal base specifications

Terminator I/O terminal bases are available in screw clamp and spring clamp versions for both half-size and full-size modules. Hot stamp silkscreen labeling is used for numbering I/O points, commons, and all power terminals.

T1K-08B $55.00

T1K-08B-1 $55.00

Spring clamp, half-size

T1K-16B $69.00

Screw clamp, half-size

T1K-16B-1 $69.00

Terminal Base Specifications

Terminal Type

Screw type Spring clamp

Recommended

Torque

1.77-3.54 lb-in

(0.2 - 0.4 Nm) n/a

Wire Gauge

Solid:

25-12 AWG

Stranded:

26-12 AWG

Solid:

25-14 AWG

Stranded:

26-14 AWG

Spring clamp, full-size

Screw clamp, full-size

Field device wiring options

Power your DC input devices from the integrated 24 VDC power supply bus.

T1K-08ND3 and T1K-16ND3 DC input modules include jumpers for selecting the internal 24 VDC power supply available for 2- and 3-wire field devices. Clearly labeled triple stack terminals make it easy to wire 2- and 3-wire devices ensuring clean wiring with only one wire per termination.

External user supplied 24 VDC power, or auxiliary 24 VDC terminals from T1K-01AC, can be easily applied directly to one end of the terminal rows and jumpered across each base in the system.

This is a convenient solution for powering analog I/O and discrete DC output devices whose modules do not have direct access to the internal bussed 24 VDC. If current consumption increases, simply add additional T1K-01AC power supplies into the system.

2 and 3-wire DC input devices using bussed 24 VDC power

Use externally supplied 24 VDC power or 24 VDC auxiliary power from T1K-01AC

Do not jumper modules together to create a 24 VDC bus when using the “hot swap” feature.

See Note below.

Hot-swap feature

The hot-swap feature allows Terminator

I/O modules to be replaced while system power is on. Be careful not to touch the terminals with your hands or other conductive material to avoid the risk of personal injury or equipment damage. Always remove power if it is equally convenient to do so.

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Note: Before hot-swapping analog or

DC output modules in a Terminator I/O system, make sure that each of the analog and DC output module’s 24 VDC and 0

VDC base terminals are wired directly to the external power supply individually. If the external 24 VDC and 0 VDC is jumpered from base to base in a daisy chain fashion, and an analog or DC output module is removed from its base, the risk of disconnecting the external 24 VDC and

0 VDC to the subsequent I/O modules exists.

1 - 8 0 0 - 6 3 3 - 0 4 0 5

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