CS/CJ SPU Storage and Processing Units Product Brochure

CS/CJ SPU Storage and Processing Units Product Brochure
SYSMAC CS/CJ-series High-speed Data Storage Units
Storage and Processing Units
SYSMAC SPU
CS1W-SPU01/02-V2
CJ1W-SPU01-V2
SYSMAC SPU Unit Setting Software
SPU-Console
WS02-SPTC1-V2
SYSMAC SPU-Host Data Link Software
Data Management Middleware
WS02-EDMC1-V2
Automatic transfer of CSV files
collected in the SYSMAC SPU
Data Management
Middleware (EDMS)
PLC data collected and saved
as CSV files
SYSMAC SPU
The SYSMAC SPU reads PLC I/O memory according to
specified collection methods and stores the data in CSV (Comma
Separated Value) files with time stamps. The SYSMAC SPU can
record a variety of data from equipment using a PLC.
CS1W-SPU01/02-V2
CJ1W-SPU01-V2
Use the SYSMAC SPU to record data such as production history
data, inspection data, and process data. Electronically managing data on
the operation of equipment and devices enables root cause analysis when
errors occur, as well as a proper understanding of operational tendencies.
CS1W-SPU01/02-V2
CJ1W-SPU01-V2
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Data Collection Using a PLC Unit
Until now, data has been collected in PLC memory.
Using an SYSMAC SPU Unit, however, eliminates the
need for a PLC with a large-capacity memory and also
eliminates the need for programming data collection
in the ladder program.
PLC data is collected in a PLC Unit with superior
environmental resistance without using a computer.
CS1W-SPU01/02-V2
LED
Unit number switch
Card button
COMM port
PF-IN terminals
PF-IN LED
DIP switch
Select switch
7 SEG LED
Card ejection button
Card holder
CJ1W-SPU01-V2
CARD LED
LED
7 SEG LED
Unit number
switch
Card button
PC card slot
LAN LED
LAN ports
(CS1W-SPU01: 1 port,
CS1W-SPU02: 2 ports)
DIP switch
COMM port
Select switch
LAN port
Enter button
Enter button
Fast Collection of Large Amounts of Data with Data Concurrency
Using a computer for data collection presents the
problems of a slow collection speed and low collectionpoint capacity. A SYSMAC SPU Unit enables high-speed
collection of large amounts of data.
Direct use of the PLC bus instead of communications via a
serial connection or LAN enables large amounts of data to
be collected at a high speed.
Some data collection devices from other companies may
not provide data concurrency. The SYSMAC SPU Unit,
however, provides concurrency of simultaneous data.
Computer required for data collection.
Using
an SPU
Using a
Computer
No computer is required
for data collection.
Communications via Ethernet or
serial connection
High-speed, reliable data collection via the CS1 bus
No Ladder Programming
No ladder programming is required for data collection.
Data can be collected simply by performing the
settings from the setting software (i.e., SPU-Console).
No need to leave extra
space in the PLC
memory for saving
data.
CS1 bus
Memory
Card
Note: The PLC cycle time
increases in proportion
to the number of points
collected.
CSV file
CS1 series
SYSMAC
SPU
Restriction-free Data Configuration Files without Depending on PLC Memory Space
PC(Windows)
Files can be created with the desired data
configuration for only the necessary data from
PLC memory.
The data to be collected can be stored in files in
the required data type, such as BOOL, REAL, INT,
BCD, or STRING.
Data configuration files required for the host
computer can be created, so necessary data can
be retrieved even if the SPU is mounted in a
device after the PLC is already set up.
CHANNEL_BLOCK has been added to the
variable data types from SYSMAC SPU Unit
version 2.0. When the data type is set to
CHANNEL_BLOCK, the data in a consecutive
memory area starting from the specified address
for the specified number of elements is handled
as a single data item with no commas.
Time stamp
Bit
CIO 100.00
Bit
CIO 110.00
Word D100
File Server
Word D500
SYSMAC SPU
Memory
Log
Data
Recorder
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Functions
Using FTP to Send Collected Data (Unit
(Unit Version
Version 2.1
2.1 or
or Later)
Later)
With unit version 2.1 of the SPU Unit, collected data can
be sent to the host computer using FTP.
There is no need to create a data collection application on
the host computer. (All that is required on the computer
is an FTP server.)
SPU-Console version 2.1 is used to set up the FTP server
at the send destination. There is no need for special
ladder programming in the PLC.
The loads on the host computer and network are reduced.
Collected CSF file:
In progress
Data can be sent using
FTP from the SPU Unit
to the host computer.
Data folder
Journal folder
Collected CSF file:
Completed
FTP server
DataWriter_
_0000.csv
DataWriter_
-20070101_101010-ABC_000.csv
DataWriter_
_0001.csv
DataWriter_
-20070101_101020-XYZ_001.csv
DataWriter_
_0002.csv
DataWriter_
_0003.csv
DataWriter_
_0004.csv
CSV files for which data
collection has been completed are
copied under a new name.
Data Connectivity with the Computer
The collected data can be loaded onto a computer via a
PC card or Ethernet.
FTP can be used to transfer data between the SPU Unit
and the computer.
(SPU Units with unit version 2.1 or later can function as
an FTP client.)
Data can be loaded onto the host computer with simple
settings by using the Data Management Middleware
software (refer to p. 10).
Using shared folders, data files collected in the SYSMAC
SPU Unit can be accessed from a LAN-connected
Windows computer just as if accessing files on the
computer itself.
Windows
Explorer
Sharing Files
over a Windows
Network
Windows computer
Ethernet
SYSMAC SPU
Memory Card
Data in CPU I/O memory
SYSMAC
CS1-series
PLC
Sampling_000
0.csv
High-speed collection of large amounts of data
Collection Methods to Match the Application
Depending on the application, the Data Storage Mode can
be used to collect data at a specific time or when there is a
change in data, and the Sampling Mode can be used to
accurately collect data at high speed. The Data Storage
Mode enables establishing a system for error monitoring
and production management for each lot or value by
recording snapshots of data during production and when
errors occur.
Note: The Sampling Mode and Data Storage Mode cannot be used at
the same time.
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Sampling Mode (Previous Function)
In this mode, I/O memory data for the PLC is sampled at a
constant time interval. Data can be faithfully reproduced
from the collected data.
Data Storage Mode
In this mode, the specified PLC I/O memory can be
recorded when triggered by a specific event. The mode
can be used to record data when a specified bit turns ON
or at a specified time. Data can also continue being
recorded at a constant time interval after an event occurs.
This enables establishing a system for error monitoring
and production management for each lot and value by
recording snapshots of data during production or when
errors occur.
Note: The time interval is less precise than the interval in Sampling Mode.
Event-triggered Collection Patterns
The patterns include memory events, which occur when a
memory value matches a specified condition, and
scheduled events, which occur at a specified time or time
interval. The occurrence of these events can be used to
implement rules, such as those for starting and stopping
data collection. (Applicable only in Data Storage Mode.)
Memory Events
Memory events can be set to generate an event when a
change occurs in I/O data in PLC memory. Using memory
events, events can be generated for a change in a bit
ON/OFF status or by comparison to a set value (i.e., equal,
above, below, or within range). For example, data could
be collected only once when bit A turns ON. Alternatively,
an event rule could be
defined to start
collection when bit A
turns ON and stop
collection when bit B
turns ON.
Scheduled Events
Scheduled events can be set to generate an event at a
specific date and time using Scheduler settings.
Event rules can be defined with Scheduler settings for
collecting data as a
result of events
specified, for example,
by the hour (e.g., every
hour), day (e.g., every
day), or week (e.g.,
every Monday). It is
also possible to specify
events by operating
days or for the end of
the month.
Pattern
Hours/minutes
Days
Settings
Select to generate the scheduled event at an interval specified in units of hours and minutes.
Select to generate the scheduled event at an interval specified in days.
Weeks
Select to generate the scheduled event at an interval specified in units of weeks.
Months
Select to generate the scheduled event at an interval specified in units of months.
User defined
Once only
Select to generate the scheduled event at a user-defined interval.
Select to start the scheduled event once only.
Actions
Start copying
Stop copying
Acquisition of data (one-shot)
Switch files
Data collection is started.
Data collection is stopped
Records data once only when the condition is satisfied.
The next file is switched to if data is being stored in multiple files.
Collection Settings Changeable during PLC Operation
Collection settings can be changed and collection can be
restarted without turning OFF the PLC.
Required data can be added and the collection interval
can be changed even while the system is operating.
Installing an SPU enables adding various systems after
the system is already in operation.
Change collection settings.
Note: The PLC cycle time increases in proportion to
the number of points collected.
Machine in
operation
Restart collection.
Add data.
Change the collection interval.
PLC in
operation
These functions enable the following applications simply by making settings.
The movement end position and filling
pressure are recorded for each workpiece at
events generated for starting and stopping
filling.
Process data for each wafer can be recorded
from receiving the wafer until completion.
During the testing, process data can be
recorded for each product from the start of
tests until completion.
Filling
Movement
end point
Filling
pressure Movement
end point
Filling
pressure
Data is recorded when
filling starts and stops.
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Functions
Collection as Fast as 5 ms
Data can be collected at up to 5 ms for realtime sampling in
Sampling Mode.
Collection Interval Examples
(Maximum Performance)
Conventional Collection
with a Computer at an
Interval of Hundreds of
Milliseconds
25 data items (variables): 5 ms
250 data items (variables): 10 ms
500 data items (variables): 20 ms
Note: These times may not be possible for
some settings.
Collection with a SYSMAC
SPU at an Interval of a
Few Milliseconds
Recipe Function
The recipe function enables writing numeric data (such as
production parameters) and text strings to a memory
area of the PLC. Using the recipe-writing function
simplifies tasks such as retooling.
(Note: The recipe function can be used only in Data Storage Mode.)
* Numeric data and text strings to be written to a memory area of the PLC must
be created in advance as recipe data (i.e., a CSV file) and stored in a Memory Card
in the SYSMAC SPU Unit.
Ladder programming for developing recipe data is not
required.
Using the recipe function saves PLC memory by saving
recipe data to a Memory Card in the SYSMAC SPU Unit
rather than requiring saving to the PLC data memory.
Recipe data can be written in response to a request from
the PLC or from a computer or other external device.
Numeric data and text strings can be changed even when
the SYSMAC SPU Unit is operating.
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The key is set from the ladder
programming or from an external
source and the Write Request Bit
is turned ON.
SPU Unit
PLC CPU
Ladder
programming
DM
Memory Card in SPU Unit
Key
Name
Width
Height
Key 1
Product 1
100
52
Color
Red
Key 2
Product 3
150
54
Green
Key 3
Product 3
200
62
Blue
Recipe
data
Recipe file
2
The recipe data for the specified
key is written to the PLC.
Using FTP to Receive Recipe Files (Unit
(Unit Version
Version 2.1
2.1 or
or Later)
Later)
Once you set up a Request Bit in the PLC with
the SPU-Console Setup, all you have to do is
turn ON the bit for the SPU Unit to function as
an FTP client and receive a recipe file from the
FTP server.
A recipe file can be automatically received
from the host computer (functioning as the FTP
server) simply by turning ON an input to the
PLC.
You can combine the recipe function with a PT
to create an application in which production
parameters can be downloaded to equipment
simply by pressing a button on the PT.
Recipe data created
SPU
PC
CPU
Request for recipe file
Reception
via FTP
Memory Card in SPU Unit
Recipe file reception
completed
Recipe file
Key1 Recipe 1
Recipe
settings
Key2 Recipe 2
Request for Key1
recipe
Key1 recipe data
loaded
DM
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Setting Software That Is Easier To Use than Ever Before
Project Explorer
SYSMAC SPU Unit connection destinations can be managed using
the SPU-Console. SYSMAC SPU Unit settings can be saved as
projects, edited, and managed. For example, a project that has been
previously set can be copied and easily reused.
Data Collection Status Display and Error Log Display
The SYSMAC SPU Unit's operating status and error information can
be displayed on the SPU-Console. A list can be displayed showing
the status of data being collected, current errors, or error log. For
example, the total time required to collect data and the total size of
data collection files can be displayed.
Importing and Exporting Variable Definitions Using CSV Files
All variable definitions can be exported to CSV files. Variable
definitions can then be edited using software such as spreadsheets.
Also, data on units and scaling, for example, can be batch-edited
using a spreadsheet and imported to the SPU-Console.
Unit Setup Using the CX-programmer
Unit setup for SYSMAC SPU Unit can be performed from CX-One
version 2.1. IP addresses can be set from the CX-Programmer.
Report Function
The report function is used to display in Microsoft Excel a
CSV file that was collected by the SYSMAC SPU Unit. This
is different from simply opening the CSV file in Excel.
Variable data collected by the SYSMAC SPU Unit can be
displayed in any specified cells.
The report function can be used to easily create reports,
such as daily reports, from CSV files collected by the
SYSMAC SPU Unit.
Sample templates, such as daily manufacturing reports
and error logs, are provided to make it easier to create
various kinds of reports.
CSV File
CSV File
Display in Excel
Display in Excel
Specified variable
data is displayed in
a specified cell.
Specified variable
data is displayed in
specified cells as
history data.
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Examples
Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment and Facilities
Advantages of Data Collection for Equipment and Facilities
Reduced development
and startup time
Improved
throughput
Based on the data, the operation causing
bottlenecks can be found and improved,
which will lead to improvements in
throughput.
Improved operating rates
by minimizing differences
between machines
The operating rate can be improved by
collecting data for each device and
performing combinations to find the points
of machine variations.
Minimized
downtime
Fast recovery can be achieved based on the
data when there are product (i.e., wafer)
faults by analyzing the causes in the
process of entire devices and individual
device parts or in machine operation.
Preventive
maintenance
Features of a System Using the SYSMAC SPU
Data or bit signals can be read from devices (e.g., MFC or RF
power supplies) in equipment via DeviceNet or using a PLC Unit
to reliably collect data at high speed with a SYSMAC SPU.
Making the required settings is simple.
Data format can be created freely for the collection data taking
into account the link with the host.
The collection interval can be set freely according to the device
or part for collection.
One file can be made of data collection starting when the
chamber is entered and stopping when the chamber is exited.
The collected data is transferred to the host for each wafer
process and each lot.
The file name can be set to the collection time or device name
when it is transferred.
Startup time is reduced by early extraction
of the optimal process conditions for
overall equipment and individual parts
during equipment development or startup.
CIM
Host system file
management
SYSMAC SPU Unit
The condition of equipment and facilities
can be understood to effectively use spare
parts at the optimal time.
RF
power
supply
RF
Mach
Plasma chamber
Plasma monitor
P
Amplifier
Pressure
gauge
Wafer
Gas
Chamber outer wall
temperature
Susceptor
temperature
MFC
Isolation valve
I/F
Pulse
Throttle valve
I/F
DeviceNet
Evacuation
Auto Parts Production Line
Benefits of Data Collection for Equipment and Facilities
Reduced
startup time
Reduce startup time by quickly finding
differences during startup in the operation
of entire facilities and individual machines
compared with during development.
Reduce production
time per unit
Based on the data, the operations causing
bottlenecks can be found and improved,
which will lead to improvements in the
production time per unit.
Improved operating rates
by minimizing differences
between machines
The operating rate can be improved by
collecting data for each device and
performing combinations to find the points
of machine variations.
Minimized
downtime
Quick recovery can be achieved by
analyzing causes based on the equipment
data when an error occurs.
Preventive
maintenance
The condition of equipment and facilities
can be understood to effectively use spare
parts at the optimal time.
Sampling Examples
Monitor the deterioration of an actuator (e.g., monitoring the time from the
starting edge to the stopping edge).
Monitor interlocks between robots (e.g., the interlock signal times)
Monitor motor deterioration trends (e.g., monitoring the ON time, revolutions,
and speed).
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Features of a System Using the SYSMAC SPU Unit
Data can be collected from equipment controlled by a PLC
without restrictions.
Collection data can be formatted without restrictions.
Collection intervals can be set freely according to the device or
part for collection.
One file can be made of data collection starting and stopping
according to machine timing.
Data can be transferred to the host system
without turning OFF the PLC controlling the
system.
Settings for the items to be collected
can also be changed without
turning OFF the PLC.
Data Measurement Applications
Application Examples
Factory data on temperatures, electric power, and pressure can
be collected and stored without a computer.
Production history data can be collected easily and applied for
traceability and root cause analysis.
Inspection process data can be collected easily and applied for
traceability.
Collection and storage of process data at device startup enable
stabilization of process conditions in the device and maintenance
of product quality.
Benefits of SPU Introduction
Relief from anxiety over data collection using a computer
Collecting large amounts of data at a high speed
Eliminating development costs for data collection
software
High-speed collection
Applications for Facility Improvement, Troubleshooting, and Preventive Maintenance
Application Examples
Electronic management of data on operation of machines and
facilities enables precise measurement for improvement of the
production time per unit without using a conventional stopwatch.
Electronic management of data on operation of machines and
facilities enables troubleshooting based on data rather than the
conventional reliance on experience or intuition. Even non-expert
employees can perform troubleshooting to minimize downtime.
The efficiency of preventive measures can be improved for
remote machines by transferring operation data and enabling
prediction of causes.
Electronic management of data on operation of machines and
facilities enables understanding of equipment trends and assists
in preventive maintenance.
Benefits of SPU Introduction
Collect data at the same interval as the PLC cycle time
Collecting large amounts of data at a high speed
Eliminating development costs for data collection software
Electronic management of data on operation of devices for
analysis and understanding of trends
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Data Management Middleware
Data Management Middleware for the SYSMAC SPU
The user can select a name and folder when copying the
data files to the computer.
Files can be copied with easily distinguished names, for
example, by adding the collection date and time to a
chosen character string such as “Device1.”
The SYSMAC SPU Unit will continue recording data even
if the computer is turned OFF because of a network
interruption or other cause.
Copying can be resumed from a data file if it is not
already transferred. Data collection systems can therefore
be established with strong resistance against system
disturbances.
The SYSMAC SPU Unit time and CPU Unit time can be
periodically set to the computer time automatically.
The Data Management Middleware for the SYSMAC SPU
Unit is Windows-based software for transferring data files
collected by the SYSMAC SPU to the computer and
managing the files.
The CSV files can be transferred to a computer by setting
only the CSV files the user wants to transfer. It is not
necessary to install or set up FTP server software on the
computer.
The data collected by the SYSMAC SPU Unit is
automatically stored in an untitled table as a database. It
isn't necessary to create a program to store data to the
database, reducing the cost of system development. (This
is a new version-2 function.)
Data Management Middleware
CSV file
Memory
Card
Data is automatically
stored in the database.
SYSMAC SPU Unit
CSV file
Ethernet
DB
Automatic file copying onto a computer
Item
Specification
Model
WS02-EDMC1-V2
Computer
Display
System requirements
OS
Platform (execution
environment)
Communications platform
Other required software
Personal computer with a Pentium, Celeron, or equivalent processor
SVGA (800 x 600) or better high-resolution video adapter and monitor
Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Microsoft Windows 2003 Server
Microsoft Windows Vista
Microsoft NET Framework Version 1.1
Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC) 2.6 or higher
FinsGateway Version2003
The separate SPU-Console is required to make SPU Unit settings.
Number of copies
Up to 256 copies can be set.
Initial start condition
Automatic startup when computer starts or use Start Button.
Storage location
Any folder
Storage file name
The file name can be created automatically by combining the following
string formats: Any user-set string, copied name, copy-source Unit
name, copy date (year, month, day) and time, copied file's serial
number, date/time of the first record in the file, or date/time of the last
Number of stored databases
Up to 65 databases can be set.
Initial start condition
Automatic startup when computer starts or use Start Button.
Applicable database formats
Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle Database
Copy functions
Database storage functions
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General Specifications
Functional and Performance Specifications
Item
Applicable PLCs
CS Series
CJ Series
CS1W-SPU01/02-V2
Unit classification
CJ1W-SPU01-V2
Unit number
LAN ports
UPS power
interruption input
Indications
Settings and operation
Serial port
16 Unit max. (See note 1.)
CPU Backplane or CS-series
Expansion Backplane (Cannot be
mounted to C200H Expansion I/O
Rack or SYSMAC BUS Remote I/O
Slave Rack.)
CPU Rack or Expansion Rack
PC card Type II, 1 slot (Conforms to PC
CF Card Type I/II, 1 slot (Conforms to
Card Standard Release 8.0.)
Compact Flash Specification
Used by mounting Memory Card (see
Revision 1.4.)
note 2.) and Memory Card Adapter
(see note 3.).
CS1W-SPU01: One port
(10/100Base-TX)
CS1W-SPU02: Two ports
(10/100Base-TX)
Starting
methods
Any one of the following methods can be used:
• Start automatically when SPU Unit is started.
• Start with an SPU-Console operation.
• Start with the SPU Units front-panel command buttons.
(Specify the command number.)
• Start from the CPU Units ladder program.
User-specified intervals:
Realtime sampling: 5 ms min.
Normal sampling: 100 ms min.
Interval
Note: In both cases, the sampling cannot be performed faster than the CPU
Unit’s cycle time. The actual sampling interval will always be longer than
the CPU Unit’s cycle time even if the sampling interval is set shorter than
the cycle time.
Data Collection Patterns
Basic Collection Pattern: 1 pattern (required)
Data Collection Patterns: Up to 64 patterns
Basic
Collection
Pattern
(required)
Connect the power interruption
signal output line from the UPS.
(For future expansion)
Connection to a UPS for power
interruption notification
Unit number
switch (UNIT)
Rotary switch: Sets the unit number of the Unit as a CPU Bus Unit.
Select switch
(SELECT)
Toggle switch: Sets the number of the command to execute.
Enter button
(ENTER)
Pushbutton switch: Confirms and starts execution of the command
number set using the select switch.
DIP switch
(DIPSW)
DIP switch: System settings
Card button
Pushbutton switch: Pressed to remove the Memory Card inserted in the PC
card slot. Removing the Memory Card will be enabled.
LED
RUN, ERC, ERH, COMM, LAN1,
LAN2, CARD, PF-IN
7-segment
display
• Displays error information and operating status of the SYSMAC SPU Unit.
• Displays the command number set on the select switch.
• Displays the IP address.
RUN, ERC, ERH, COMM,
LAN, CARD
Starting
methods
Data Storage Mode
(unit version 2.0 or later)
Standard Models
Specification
SYSMAC SPU Main
Unit (Ver. 2.1) for the
CS Series
One LAN port, PC card slot
CS1W-SPU02-V2
SYSMAC SPU Main
Unit (Ver. 2.1) for
the CS Series
Two LAN ports, one PC card slot
CJ1W-SPU01-V2
SYSMAC SPU Main
Unit (Ver. 2.1) for
the CJ Series
One LAN port, CF Card slot
WS02-SPTC1-V2
SPU-Console (Ver.2.1)
SYSMAC SPU Unit Setting Software
WS02-EDMC1-V2
SPU Unit Data
Management Middleware
(Ver. 2)
Optional software
WS02-EDMC1-V2L05
SPU Unit Data
Management Middleware
(Ver. 2)
Optional software, five licenses
HMC-AP001
Memory Card Adapter
Compact flash-PC card adapter
HMC-EF183
Memory Card (See note 2.)
128-MB compact flash card
HMC-EF283
Memory Card (See note 2.)
256-MB compact flash card
HMC-EF583
Memory Card (See note 2.)
512-MB compact flash card
Sampling Mode and Data Storage Mode
Name
CS1W-SPU01-V2
User-specified intervals:
Basic Collection Pattern: 5 ms min.
Data Collection Patterns: 100 ms min.
Basic Collection Patterns: Setting not possible.
Other Data Collection Patterns: Up to 10 patterns
Applicable
CPU Unit I/O
memory areas
CIO Area, WR Area, HR Area, AR Area, DM Area, and
EM Area banks 0 to C (0 to 18: CJ2)
Specifying
I/O memory
areas
Saving files
Variable data
types
BOOL, INT, UINT, DINT, UDINT, REAL, LREAL, STRING,
CHANNEL, UINT_BCD, UDINT_BCD, WORD, DWORD,
CHANNEL_BLOCK
Set whether or not to use a record condition.
If a record condition is used, sampling data is stored within the SPU Unit
only when the record condition is met. For example, sampling data can
be recorded only while a specified bit is ON or a specified word contains a
particular value (comparison).
Data
exchange
with the
CPU Unit
CPU Bus Unit Area
• CPU Unit to SPU Unit: Command execution (such as
starting/stopping sampling, clearing a sampling file, or saving
a sampling file).
• SPU Unit to CPU Unit: SPU Unit status information
Number of
sampling
result
records
stored in
one file
Scaling
Network
communications
Specify the desired CPU Unit I/O memory area (data area)
with a variable.
The data type can be specified with the variable.
The variables can be managed in groups.
Record
Condition
setting
Note 1: The Setting Software is required to set the SYSMAC SPU Unit.
2: A Memory Card is required.
3: SPU-Console versions lower than 2.0 cannot connect to SYSMAC SPU Units with unit versions of 2.0 or later.
Data Storage Mode
(unit version 2.0 or later)
Note 1: The Data Collection Patterns use the data collected by the Basic
Collection Pattern, so the data will be collected at the Basic Collection
Pattern’s interval even if the Data Collection Pattern’s interval is set
shorter than the Basic Collection Pattern’s interval.
2. The actual Basic Collection Pattern interval will always be longer than
the CPU Unit’s cycle time even if the sampling interval is set shorter
than the cycle time.
Copy options
Collected
data file
format
Recipe function
Memory events:
Start when a CPU Unit bit or word value matches a
specified condition. Up to 500 memory events can be
specified.
Scheduled events:
Start at a specified time or time interval. Up to 16
scheduled events can be specified.
UL508/UL1604 and EC Directives
Approved standards
Any one of the following methods can be used:
• Start when a specified event occurs. (Use a memory
event or scheduled event. For details, see the description
of Data Collection Patterns.)
• Start automatically when SPU Unit is started.
• Start with an SPU-Console operation.
• Start with the SPU Units front-panel command
buttons. (Specify the command number.)
• Start from the CPU Units ladder program.
• Either of the following methods can be used to
start when an event occurs:
Data
Collection
Patterns
1 to 64
Interval
Note 1: Heed the precautions for current consumption for each device.
2: Memory Card (OMRON HMC-EF
)
3: Memory Card Adaptor (OMRON HMC-AP001)
Model
Realtime sampling: 1 pattern
Normal sampling: Up to 3 patterns
One port (10/100Base-TX)
Sampling
Interfaces
PC card slot
Sampling Mode
0 to F
Mounting location
No. of Units per
PLC
Sampling
patterns
CPU Bus Unit
Data Storage Mode (Unit Ver. 1.2 or later only)
Unit model number
Specification
Item
Specification
CSV files
Record
contents
Indices (record number), time stamps (hh:mm:ss:ms),
ns, sampling indices (serial numbers starting at 0 when
sampling is started), data for each symbol delimited
with comma, records delimited with carriage returns
Any one of the following methods can be used.
• The number of records can be specified.
• A time period can be specified. (The number of records is calculated
automatically from the time period and interval between samples.)
• With a version 1.2 or later SYSMAC SPU Unit, the number of records
can be left unspecified. (In this case, data is added to the file until data
collection is stopped. Records are added to one file from the start of
data collection until the end.)
Instead of directly storing the values collected from the CPU Unit’s I/O
memory, the collected values can be scaled with a linear equation or
upper/lower limit range before storage (unit version 1.2 or later).
File size
2 GB per file
Record size
Specified by user.
Number of
records
Specified by user or calculated automatically.
Saving
method
Data can be saved to a single file or multiple files
(up to 1,200 files).
Windows
network
shared folders
Files in the Memory Card inserted in the PC card slot in the SYSMAC SPU
Unit can be shared with a Windows 2000, XP, or Vista computer.
FTP
FTP server and client provided.
FINS
communications
• FINS server to execute FINS commands
• Routing to transfer FINS messages
Number of
fields
10,000
Recipe files
File format: CSV
The file size is restricted by the file size that can be stored in the recipe
folder.
Records: Specified by the user.
Number of
records
No limit, but restricted by the file size that can be stored in
the recipe folder.
Writing
method
Conversion method: Each field is written to the specified address in
the specified data type.
Continuous region method: Data is written to continuous memory
addresses.
11
Dimensions (mm)
CS1W-SPU01/02-V2
CJ1W-SPU01-V2
100.5
34.5
120.2
6.2
9
65
2.7
51
2.7
90
130
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to address the risks, and that the OMRON products are properly rated and installed for the intended use within the overall equipment or system.
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Cat. No. V301-E1-06
1009 (1105)
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