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PAPERLESS RECORDER
Model: 73VR1100
Hardware & I/O – Connection & Setup
Users Manual
73VR1100 USERS MANUAL – HARDWARE & I/O – CONNECTION & SETUP EM-7399-B Rev.10
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INTRODUCTIONS
Thank you for choosing M-System’s Paperless Recorder.
The Users Manual for model 73VR1100 describes necessary points of caution when you use this product, including
installation, wiring procedure, connection to I/O devices and hardware setup. Please read this manual carefully to
ensure the safe use before getting started.
A series of documents is provided for this product as listed below, each providing helpful instructions and suggestions for maximum use of the 73VR1100. They are available in the CD package, 73VRPAC2, that came with your
product.
Title
Document No.
Details
73VR1100 Users Manual
– Hardware & I/O Connection
EM-7399-B
Basic users manual explaining the hardware aspects of
the product, including installation, connection and setup.
73VR1100 Users Manual
– Software Operation
EM-7399-C
Basic users manual explaining the software aspects of
the product, including operation and setting.
73VR11BLD Users Manual
EM-7399-D
Focuses on the features and operations of the PC Configurator program, model 73VR11BLD.
73VRWV Users Manual
EM-7394-D
Focuses on the features and operations of the 73VR
Data Viewer program, model 73VRWV.
73VR1100 / 73VR21x
Modbus/TCP Reference Guide
EM-7395-D
Focuses on the Modbus/TCP specifications and functions supported by the 73VR1100.
CAUTION !
If you intend to use the 73VR1100 in the following environments or conditions, redundant and/or failsafe system
designs should be used to ensure the proper degree of reliability and safety.
• Environments or conditions which are not defined in this manual
• Nuclear power control devices, railway control devices, aircraft control devices, transportation vehicles, fuel control equipment, medical equipment, recreational equipment, safety equipment, and other critical equipment for
which safety must be secured according to relevant laws.
• Those devices which inherently require extremely high level of safety and reliability.
PACKAGE INCLUDES...
1. Paperless Recorder.................................................................. (1)
2. Mounting bracket (Not included for desktop type).................... (2)
3. 73VRPAC2 CD......................................................................... (1)
4. 73VR1100 Startup Guide.......................................................... (1)
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTIONS........................................................................................................................2
PACKAGE INCLUDES..................................................................................................................2
1. BEFORE GETTING STARTED..............................................................4
1.1
POINTS OF CAUTION........................................................................................................4
2. HARDWARE SETUP..............................................................................6
2.1 73VR1100 COMPONENT IDENTIFICATIONS....................................................................6
2.2 INSTALLING THE 73VR1100...............................................................................................7
2.3 TERMINAL WIRING.......................................................................................................... 10
2.4 CF CARD........................................................................................................................... 11
2.5 SD CARD.......................................................................................................................... 12
3. CONNECTING TO I/O DEVICES..........................................................13
3.1 I/O DEVICE SELECTIONS................................................................................................ 13
3.2 PC RECORDER (R1, R2, RZ SERIES)............................................................................ 15
3.2.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION & RS-485 TERMINAL WIRING................................ 15
3.2.2 MODEL R1M-GH2 HARDWARE SETTING........................................................... 16
3.2.3 MODEL R1M-P4 HARDWARE SETTING.............................................................. 16
3.2.4 MODEL R1MS-GH3 HARDWARE SETTING......................................................... 17
3.2.5 MODEL RZMS-U9 HARDWARE SETTING........................................................... 17
3.2.6 NODE NUMBER SETTING.................................................................................... 18
3.3 R3 SERIES REMOTE I/O, R3-NM1 MODBUS MODULE................................................. 19
3.3.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION & RS-485 TERMINAL WIRING................................ 19
3.3.2 MODEL R3-NM1 HARDWARE SETTING..............................................................20
3.3.3 CONFIGURING THE CLAMP-ON CURRENT SENSOR INPUT MODULES R3-CTxA, R3-CTxB...21
3.4 R3 SERIES REMOTE I/O, R3-NE1 MODBUS/TCP MODULE..........................................24
3.4.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION..................................................................................24
3.4.2 MODEL R3-NE1 HARDWARE SETTING..............................................................25
3.5 R5 SERIES REMOTE I/O, R5-NM1 MODBUS MODULE.................................................26
3.5.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION & RS-485 TERMINAL WIRING................................26
3.5.2 MODEL R5-NM1 HARDWARE SETTING..............................................................27
3.5.3 CONFIGURING THE CLAMP-ON CURRENT SENSOR INPUT MODULES R5T-CTA, R5T-CTB...29
3.6 R5 SERIES REMOTE I/O, R5-NE1 MODBUS/TCP MODULE..........................................31
3.6.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION..................................................................................31
3.6.2 MODEL R5-NE1 HARDWARE SETTING..............................................................32
3.7 R7 SERIES REMOTE I/O, R7M MODBUS MODULE.......................................................33
3.7.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION & RS-485 TERMINAL WIRING................................33
3.7.2 MODEL R7M HARDWARE SETTING....................................................................34
3.8 R7 SERIES REMOTE I/O, R7E MODBUS/TCP MODULE...............................................36
3.8.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION..................................................................................36
3.8.2 MODEL R7E HARDWARE SETTING....................................................................37
3.9 53U MULTI POWER MONITOR........................................................................................39
3.9.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION & RS-485 TERMINAL WIRING................................39
3.9.2 MODEL 53U HARDWARE SETTING.....................................................................40
3.10 MODEL 72EM2-M4 ETHERNET COMMUNICATION ADAPTOR.....................................41
3.11 IT60RE ETHERNET TOWER LIGHT................................................................................42
3.11.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION..................................................................................42
3.11.2 MODEL IT60RE HARDWARE SETTING...............................................................43
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1.
BEFORE GETTING STARTED
1.1 POINTS OF CAUTION
■ CONFORMITY WITH EC DIRECTIVES
• This equipment is suitable for use in a Pollution Degree 2 environment and in Installation Category II. Reinforced
insulation (alarm output to RUN contact output to power input to FG/Ethernet/RS-485: 300V) is maintained.* Prior
to installation, check that the insulation class of this unit satisfies the system requirements.
• The equipment must be mounted on a panel surface. Once mounted on a panel, take appropriate precautions to
prevent operators to be exposed to the terminal block*.
In order to enable the operator to turn off the power input immediately, install a switch or a circuit breaker according
to the relevant requirements in IEC 60947-1 and IEC 60947-3 and properly indicate it*.
• Altitude up to 2000 meters*
• Insert a noise filter for the power source and RS-485 line connected to the unit. NEC Tokin Noise Filter Model ESDSR-250 or equivalent is recommended.
• The actual installation environments such as panel configurations, connected devices, connected wires, may affect
the protection level of this unit when it is integrated in a panel system. The user may have to review the CE requirements in regard to the whole system and employ additional protective measures to ensure the CE conformity.
*Except desktop type
■ SAFETY PRECAUTION
• Before you remove the unit, turn off the power supply and input signal for safety.
• Do not use the 73VR1100 in an environment where flammable gases are present. This may result in an explosion.
• Do not disassemble or modify the 73VR1100 in any way. Doing so may result in a fire or an electrical shock.
• Do not strike the panel of the 73VR1100 with a hard, heavy or pointed object, or press the panel with excessive
force. Doing so may result in panel damage or injury.
• Do not block the 73VR1100’s ventilation openings or use it in areas where heat accumulates. Additionally, do not
store or use it under high-temperature conditions.
• Do not store or use the 73VR1100 in locations subject to direct sunlight, or where excessive dust or dirt is present.
• The 73VR1100 is a precision instrument. Do not store or use it where large shocks or excessive vibration can occur.
• Do not store or use the 73VR1100 in environments subject to chemical evaporation (such as that of organic solvents), or where there are chemicals and/or acids present in the air.
• Do not use paint thinner or organic solvents to clean the 73VR1100.
• Observe the environmental conditions when using the 73VR1100.
• Wait at least for 5 seconds before turning on the power supply after it has been turned off. The 73VR1100 may not
start up if the time interval is less than 5 seconds.
■ ENVIRONMENT
• Indoor use
• The 73VR1100 is designed to be mounted on a vertical panel. It is not suitable for a slanted or a horizontal panel
surface.
• Environmental temperature must be within 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F) with relative humidity within 30 to 85% RH in
order to ensure adequate life span and operation.
• Desktop type cannot be mounted on a panel surface.
• The handle and rubber feet cannot be detached from desktop type unit.
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■ GROUNDING
• Be sure to determine in advance the most stable grounding point in the environment and earth the 73VR1100’s FG
terminal and that of connected devices (PC) to it in order to protect the devices from dielectric breakdown.
• Grounding is also effective to eliminate noise that could cause errors in the 73VR1100’s operation.
■ LCD PANEL
• The LCD panel’s liquid contains an irritant. If the panel is damaged and the liquid contacts your skin, rinse immediately the contact area with running water for at least 15 minutes. If the liquid gets in your eyes, rinse immediately
your eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes and consult a doctor.
• The following phenomena are LCD characteristics, and NOT a product defect:
- LCD screen may show uneven brightness depending upon displayed images or contrast settings.
- The LCD screen pixels may contain minute black-and-white-colored spots.
-The color displayed on the LCD screen may appear different when seen from outside the specified viewing
angle.
- When the same image is displayed on the screen for a long time period, an afterimage may appear when the
image is changed. If this happens, turn off the 73VR1100 and wait 10 seconds before restarting it.
• To prevent an afterimage:
- Set the screensaver when you plan to display the same image for a long time period.
- Plan to change the screen image periodically so that the same image does not remain for the long time period.
■ INTERNAL CLOCK
• The internal clock data is stored in memory powered by a backup battery while the 73VR1100 is without external
power supply.
• The data will be reset to its default status when the battery is used up while the 73VR1100 is left without power
supply for a long time period. The clock adjustment will be necessary once the power is restored. Please refer to
the 73VR1100 Users Manual (EM-7399-C, Section 6) for the procedure.
• Once the power is restored, the 73VR1100 starts recharging the battery. It will be full in approximately in 36 to 48
hours.
■ AND ....
• We recommend use of an UPS to supply power backups.
• The module is designed to function as soon as power is supplied, however, a warm up for 10 minutes is required
for satisfying complete performance described in the data sheet.
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2. HARDWARE SETUP
2.1 73VR1100 COMPONENT IDENTIFICATIONS
■ FRONT VIEW
(1) Touch Panel Screen
(2) Front Cover
(7) USB Connector
(3) CF Card Slot
(4) Eject Button
(5) Reset Button
(6) CF Card Access Indicator LED
■ REAR VIEW
(14) Alarm Output Terminal
(8) RS-485 Terminal Block
(9) LAN Port
ALM ALM U V
+
–
(+)
(–)
FG
DG
–
TR
+
DB
DA
RUN RUN FG
(10) RUN Output Indicator LED
(11) Power Indicator LED
(12) Power Input Terminal
(13) RUN Output Terminal
(1) Touch Panel Screen
Trend chart and other data views and setup views are
displayed.
(2) Front Cover
Access to the CF Card Slot.
(3) CF Card Slot
(4) Eject Button
Used to retrieve the CF Card.
(5) Reset Button
Used to restart the 73VR1100.
(6) CF Card Access Indicator LED
Red light turns on during the CF Card is accessed.
(7) USB Connector
Connect an USB flash-memory.
(8) RS-485 Terminal Block
Used to connect the 73VR1100 to its I/O devices via RS485.
(9) LAN Port
Connects the LAN cable (10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX)
(10)RUN Output Indicator LED
Green light turns on in normal conditions; off when the
RUN output contact is tripped in an abnormality of the
unit.
(11)Power Indicator LED
Light turns on while the power is supplied.
(12)Power Input Terminal
(13)RUN Output Terminal
(14)Alarm Output Terminal
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INSTALLING THE 73VR1100
■ EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS unit: mm (inch)
• PANEL MOUNT TYPE
136.5 (5.37)
133 (5.24)
151.5 (5.96)
29.2
(1.15)
2 to 26 panel thickness
(.08 to 1.02)
136.5 (5.37)
144 (5.67)
151.5 (5.96)
144 (5.67)
Attach the mounting bracket either on the top/bottom or on the sides.
■ DESKTOP
TYPE
• DESKTOP
TYPE
136.5 (5.37)
(.98)
133 (5.24)
136.5 (5.37)
29.2
(1.15)
(.16)
4
144 (5.67)
25
144 (5.67)
173 (6.81)
2.2
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■ PANEL CUTOUT unit: mm
Usable panel thickness: 2 to 26 mm (0.08” to 1.02”)
Usable panel material: Steel
■ SINGLE MOUNTING
■ VERTICAL CLUSTERED MOUNTING (max. 3 units)
+2
0
137
+2
0
L
+2
0
137
+2
0
137
L
+2
0
(mm)
282
426
570
714
858
1002
1146
1290
1434
(114 × n) – 6
175 min
■ HORIZONTAL CLUSTERED MOUNTING
137
+2
0
175 min
Number
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
n
Notes
1. Dimensional tolerance ±3% unless otherwise specified.
(±0.3 mm for <10 mm)
2. Desktop type cannot be mounted on a panel surface.
L
+2
0
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■ INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
1. Insert the 73VR1100 from the front side of the panel.
2. Remove the sheets covering the mounting bracket holes. Fix two mounting brackets either on the sides or on the
top and bottom of the unit. Tighten screws.
Panel
Bracket
CAUTION !
Adequate tightening torque for the screws used to mount the unit onto the panel is between 0.8 and 1.2 N·m. If an
excessive force is applied, the unit’s enclosure may be destroyed, or the panel may be distorted, which would cause
a compromise in the unit’s protection against water or liquid ingress.
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2.3 TERMINAL WIRING
■ TERMINAL BLOCK
Connection: M3 screw terminal
Screw terminal material: Nickel-plated steel (torque 0.5 N·m)
Applicable wire size: 0.25 to 1.65 mm2 (AWG 22 to 16)
Recommended manufacturer: Japan Solderless Terminal
MFG.Co.Ltd, Nichifu Co.,ltd
6 (.24) max
3.3 (.13) max
mm (inch)
■ RUN OUTPUT, ALARM OUTPUT WIRES
• RUN OUTPUT, ALARM OUTPUT TERMINAL ASSIGNMENT
ALM ALM U V
+ – (+) (–)
RUN RUN FG
+ –
ALM ALM U V
+
–
(+)
(–)
FG
FG
DG
–
TR
+
DB
DA
RUN RUN
RUN Output, Alarm Output Terminals
1. Confirm that the power supply is turned off and open the relevant output terminal cover.
2. Connect the wires to the terminal.
3. Close the cover.
■ POWER INPUT
• Power input rating & operational range: Check the power rating for the unit on the specification label.
Rating 100 to 240V AC: 85 to 264V, 47 to 66 Hz, approx. 15VA at 100V, approx. 20VA at 240V
Rating 24V DC: 24V ±10%, approx. 8W
• Supplying any level of power other than specified above can damage the 73VR1100 or the power source.
• The power cables and the signal I/O cables for the 73VR1100 must be located separately.
• The main circuit cables (high voltage and high current), the signal I/O cables, and the power cables should not be
bundled together or placed near each other.
• POWER INPUT TERMINAL ASSIGNMENT
ALM ALM U V
+ – (+) (–)
RUN RUN FG
+ –
Power Input Terminals
ALM ALM U V
+
–
(+)
(–)
FG
FG
DG
–
TR
+
DB
DA
RUN RUN
1. Confirm that the power supply is turned off and open the power input terminal cover.
2. Connect the wires to the terminal.
3. Close the cover.
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2.4 CF CARD
■ CF CARD
A CF Card is required to store data in the 73VR1100. M-System will not guarantee the product’s described performance if a CF Card other than purchased from M-System, or specified below, is used.
1. Manufacturer: Hagiwara Solutions
Model No.:
MCF10P-xxxxS (Alternative model: CFI-xxxxDG)
Capacity:
128 MB through 1 GB
2. Manufacturer: Apacer Technology
Model name: CFC III
Model No.: AP-CFxxxxE3ER-ETNDNRK Parts No.: 256 MB
512 MB
1 GB
Model No.: AP-CFxxxxE3ER-ETNDNR Parts No.: 256 MB
512 MB
1 GB
Capacity: 256 MB through 1 GB
... 81.2A010.1H34C
... 81.2B010.1H34C
... 81.2E010.1H34C
... 81.2A010.1H10C
... 81.2B010.1H10C
... 81.2E010.1H10C
CAUTION !
• DO NOT turn off the power supply to the 73VR1100 or reset it during data recording. The CF Card can be removed
during recording, but observe a specifically described procedure.
• Confirm the sides of the CF Card and the connector position.
■ INSERTING THE CF CARD
1. Open the front cover.
2. Insert the CF Card maintaining its top side visible from above.
TOP
CF Card
3. Push it in until EJECT button is popped up.
4. Close the front cover.
■ REMOVING THE CF CARD
1. Open the front cover.
2. If the power is supplied to the 73VR1100, confirm with the LED behind the cover that the CF Card is not accessed.
3. Push EJECT button to extract the CF Card.
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2.5 SD CARD
The recommended SD/CF conversion adapter and SD card described below are available for storing on SD card. The
SD/CF conversion adapter, which has SD card incorporated, can be handled as CF card.
SD/CF conversion adapter: DeLOCK adaptor CF II to SDHC,SDXC, 61796
SD card: Hagiwara Solutions NSDA-004GT, NSDA-004GL
Note: The use of recommended device prevents loose of data, however correct operating it is not always guaranteed.
WARNING ! – SD card limitations
• SD card memory is 4 GB, however, only 1 GB will be used.
• Storing interval 100 m sec. setting is not available. Use the SD card in a storing interval slower than 0.5 sec.
• Do NOT hot swap the CF card every minute on the minute (at 00 second). The data of one cycle may be lost.
• FTP data transfer settng is not available. If FTP data transfer operation starts during storing data on SD card, data
on SD card may be lost.
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3. CONNECTING TO I/O DEVICES
3.1 I/O DEVICE SELECTIONS
• PC Recorder (R1, R2, RZ) Series
• R5 Series Remote I/O
SIGNAL TYPE
MODELS
SIGNAL TYPE
MODELS
DC voltage input
R1M-GH2, R1MS-GH3, R2M-2G3,
RZMS-U9
DC voltage input
R5-SV, R5T-SV
DC current input
R5-SS, R5T-SS
Thermocouple input
R1M-GH2 R1MS-GH3, R2M-2H3,
RZMS-U9
R1M-J3, RZMS-U9
Thermocouple
input
R5-TS, R5T-TS
RTD input
Potentiometer input
R1M-J3, RZMS-U9
RTD input
R5-RS, R5T-RS
Contact input
R1M-A1
Discrete input
R5-DA4, R5T-DA4, R5-DA16
Contact output
R1M-D1
Discrete output
R5-DC4, R5T-DC4, R5-DC16
Totalized pulse input
R1M-P4, R1M-A1
R5-DS, R5T-DS
Pulse input
R1M-P4
4 – 20mA input
with excitation
supply
• R3 Series Remote I/O
Potentiometer input R5-MS
SIGNAL TYPE
MODELS
CT input
R5T-CT
DC voltage input
R3-SV4, R3-SV4A, R3-SV4B,
R3-SV4C, R3(Y)-SV8, R3-SV8A,
R3-SV8B, R3-SV8C, R3(S/Y)-SV8N,
R3-SV16N, R3Y-SV16
AC current input
with clamp-on current sensor*
R5T-CTA, R5T-CTB
DC current input
R3-SS4, R3(Y)-SS8, R3(S/Y)-SS8N,
R3(Y)-SS16N
PT input
R5T-PT
Thermocouple input
R3-TS4, R3-TS8
RTD input
R3-RS4, R3(S)-RS4A, R3(Y)-RS8,
R3-RS8A, R3-RS8B
Universal input
R3-US4
Discrete input
R3(S/Y)-DA16, R3(Y)-DA16A,
R3-DA16B, R3-DA32A, R3-DA64A
Discrete output
R3(Y)-DC16, R3-DC16A, R3-DC16B,
R3-DC16C, R3-DC32A, R3-DC32C,
R3-DC64A, R3-DC64C
Discrete I/O
4 – 20mA input with
excitation supply
Potentiometer input
R3-MS4, R3(Y)-MS8
CT input
R3-CT4
AC current input
with clamp-on current sensor
R3-CT4A**, R3-CT4B**, R3-CT4C,
R3-CT8A**, R3-CT8B**, R3-CT8C
PT input
R3-PT4
Zero-phase current
input
R3-CZ4
AC power input
R3-WT4, R3-WT4A, R3-WT4B,
R3-WTU
High speed pulse
input
R3-PA4
Speed/position
input
R3-PA2
Totalized pulse
input
R3-PA4A, R3-PA4B, R3(Y)-PA16,
R3(S)-PA8
Strain gauge input
R3-LC2
Alarm
R3-AD4, R3-AR4, R3-AS4, R3-AS8,
R3-AT4, R3-AV4, R3-AV8
Gateway
R3-GC1, R3-GD1, R3-GE1,
R3-GFL1, R3-GM1
*Data range must be setup with the PC Configurator Software R5CON and the dedicated cable.
• R7M Series Remote I/O*
SIGNAL TYPE
MODELS
DC voltage/current
input
R7M-SV4
Thermocouple
input
R7M-TS4
R3(S)-DAC16*, R3(S)-DAC16A*
RTD input
R7M-RS4
R3(Y)-DS4, R3-DS8N
Potentiometer input
R7M-MS4
CT input
R7M-CT4E
Discrete input
R7M-DA16
Discrete output
R7M-DC16A, R7M-DC16B,
R7M-DC8C
Discrete input
(Extension)
R7M-EA8, R7M-EA16
Discrete output
(Extension)
R7M-EC8A, R7M-EC16A,
R7M-EC8B, R7M-EC16B
* Must be setup with R7X Configurator and the dedicated
cable.
* Only continuous output mode is available.
**. Data range must be setup with the PC Configurator Software R3CON and the dedicated cable.
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• Multi Power Monitor
• R7E Series Remote I/O
SIGNAL TYPE
MODELS
SIGNAL TYPE
MODELS
DC voltage/current input
R7E-SV4
Thermocouple input
R7E-TS4
* Choose Code 1 for External Interface (53U-1xx1-AD4).
AC power/energy
53U*
RTD input
R7E-RS4
• IT60 Tower Light
Potentiometer input
R7E-MS4
SIGNAL TYPE
MODELS
CT input
R7E-CT4E*
Discrete output
IT60RE
Discrete input
R7E-DA16
Discrete output
R7E-DC16A, R7E-DC16B
Discrete input (Extension)
R7E-EA8, R7E-EA16
Discrete output (Extension) R7E-EC8A, R7E-EC16A,
R7E-EC8B, R7E-EC16B
* Must be setup with R7X Configurator and the dedicated
cable.
NOTES
• Use the resistor module (model: REM3-250) to accept DC current inputs for the R1M-GH2, R1MS-GH3 and RZMSU9.
• The R1M-GH2 and the R1M-J3 are equipped with a trigger contact input (1 ch) which can be used for the
73VR1100.
• The R1MS-GH3, RZMS-U9, R2M-2G3 and R2M-2H3 are equipped with a trigger input (1 ch) and alarm output (1
ch) which can be used with the 73VR1100.
• The R7X configurator (model: R7CON) is required in order to set mode and parity of the R7M, and the temperature
unit of R7M-TS4/R7E-TS4 and R7M-RS4/ R7E-RS4, and the scaling of R7M-CT4E/R7E-CT4E.
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3.2 PC RECORDER (R1, R2, RZ SERIES)
3.2.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION & RS-485 TERMINAL WIRING
Figure 3.2.1a and 3.2.1b respectively show a system configuration example using PC Recorder, and details of RS485 terminal wiring.
The R1M/RZMS is connected to the 73VR1100 via RS-485 twisted-pair cables.
Use the RS-232C/RS-485 converter (model: R2K-1) to connect only the R2M.
When connecting the R2M to the R1M/RZMS on the RS-485 network, use an RS-232C interlink/reverse cable.
Paperless Recorder
(model: 73VR1100)
RS-485
RS-485
PC Recorder
(model: R1M-GH
or R1MS-GH3)
PC Recorder
(model: R1M-A1)
RS-232C
Interlink / Reverse
Cable
PC Recorder
(model: R1M-D1)
PC Recorder
(model: R1M-P4)
PC Recorder
(model: RZMS-U9)
PC Recorder
(model: R2M)
Paperless Recorder
(model: 73VR1100)
RS-485
RS-232C/RS-485
Converter
(model: R2K-1)
RS-232C
Interlink / Reverse
Cable
PC Recorder
(model: R2M)
Figure 3.2.1a. System configuration example.
73VR1100
Terminator
RS-485
DA
DB
TR
DG
FG
PC Recorder
RS-485
PC Recorder
T1
T2
T3
T4
*1
T1
T2
T3
T4
*1
FG *
2
FG *
2
*1. Internal terminating resistor is used when the device is at the extreme end of a transmission line.
*2. Install shield cables to all sections and ground them at a single point.
Figure 3.2.1b. RS-485 terminal wiring.
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3.2.2 MODEL R1M-GH2 HARDWARE SETTING
Set the bottom switches to match the input signal.
SW702
SW411
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SW401 SW308 SW307 SW306
SW702 is fixed to
the position 3.
DO NOT CHANGE.
SW311 SW305 SW304 SW303 SW302 SW301
O
N
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SW408 SW407 SW406
O
N
SW405 SW404 SW403 SW402
Figure 3.2.2. R1M-GH2 bottom view.
INPUT
SWITCHES
Thermocouple
Voltage input,
0.8 V or less
Voltage input,
above 0.8 V*
SETTING
SW301 ... SW308 (ch 1 ... ch 8)
SW401 ... SW408 (ch 9 ... ch 16)
Set to position “1.”
SW311 (ch 1 ... ch 8)
SW411 (ch 9 ... ch 16)
OFF
SW301 ... SW308 (ch 1 ... ch 8)
SW401 ... SW408 (ch 9 ... ch 16)
Set to position “1.”
SW311 (ch 1 ... ch 8)
SW411 (ch 9 ... ch 16)
ON
SW301 ... SW308 (ch 1 ... ch 8)
SW401 ... SW408 (ch 9 ... ch 16)
Set to position “3.”
SW311 (ch 1 ... ch 8)
SW411 (ch 9 ... ch 16)
ON
NOTES
Attenuation OFF
Attenuation OFF
Attenuation ON
*Factory default setting
Table 3.2.2. R1M-GH2 DIP switch setting.
Display
D
T6 T7
3.2.3 MODEL R1M-P4 HARDWARE SETTING
Set the bottom switch to specify the count display type.
6 17 18
34 35 36
SW602
SW604
tput LED
Totalized or Momentary
Display Selector
Momentary
SW602 is fixed to
the position 3.
DO NOT CHANGE.
Totalized
(factory default)
Figure 3.2.3. R1M-P4 bottom view.
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3.2.4 MODEL R1MS-GH3 HARDWARE SETTING
Set the rear rotary switch for the R1MS’s operating mode. Refer to Figure 3.2.6a to locate the rotary switch.
T/C Burnout
None
1*
4
7
A
D
* Factory setting
Up
Down
Line Noise Filter
Frequency
2
5
8
B
E
3
6
9
C
F
50 / 60 Hz
50 Hz
60 Hz
50 Hz
60 Hz
T/C Cold
Junction
Compensation
With
Without
Table 3.2.4. R1MS-GH3 DIP switch setting.
Note 1: AD conversion rate is half as long as the line frequency.
Note 2: Specifying an exact frequency (50 or 60 Hz) provides better protection then 50/60 Hz setting.
3.2.5 MODEL RZMS-U9 HARDWARE SETTING
Set the rear rotary switch for the RZMS’s operating mode. Refer to Figure 3.2.6c to locate the rotary switch.
Hardware
Rotary
SW Setting
T/C and RTD Burnout
All Channels
None
Up
Down
1*
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
Line Noise Filter
Frequency
50 / 60 Hz
50 Hz
60 Hz
50 Hz
60 Hz
Software
All channels
PC Setting
Individual channels
50, 60, 50/60 Hz
**
* Factory setting
** Rotary switch set to 0 when the software setting is used.
T/C Cold
Junction
Compensation
Service
Channels
A/D
Conversion
Mode
12
Medium
12 or 6
All channels
Fast, Med, Slow
With
Without
Individual
channels
Table 3.2.5. RZMS-U9 DIP switch setting.
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3.2.6 NODE NUMBER SETTING
Node number setting (1 to F, up to 15 nodes) is required at the rear rotary switch when more than one module is
connected. Each module must have an unique node number.
Before changing the node number, be sure to turn off the power supply to the module.
■ REAR VIEW
Power Terminals
RS-485
Connector
RS-232-C
9-pin Connector
Address Setting
Rotary SW
RUN Indicator
LED
RS-232-C
9-pin Connector
Address Setting
Rotary SW
Configurator
Jack
RUN Indicator
LED
Configurator
Jack
VIEW 3.2.6b. R2M rear view.
Figure 3.2.6a. R1M rear view.■ SIDE Figure
■ REAR VIEW
Power Terminals
AC Adaptor Jack
RS-232-C
9-pin Connector
Power / FG Terminals
RS-485 Connector
Configurator Jack
Operating Mode
Setting Rotary SW
Address Setting
Rotary SW
M ALM
+
–
TRG TRG
+
–
Figure 3.2.6c. RZMS rear view.
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3.3 R3 SERIES REMOTE I/O, R3-NM1 MODBUS MODULE
3.3.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION & RS-485 TERMINAL WIRING
Figure 3.3.1a and 3.3.1b respectively show a system configuration example using the R3-NM1, and details of RS-485
terminal wiring.
The R3-NM1 is connected to the 73VR1100 via RS-485 twisted-pair cables.
Paperless Recorder
(model: 73VR1100)
RS-485
RS-485 (Modbus RTU)
I/O Modules
I/O Modules
Network Module
(model: R3-NM1)
I/O Modules
Network Module
(model: R3-NM1)
Network Module
(model: R3-NM1)
Figure 3.3.1a. System configuration example.
73VR1100
Terminator
RS-485
DA
DB
TR
DG
FG
R3-NM1
RS-485
R3-NM1
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
*1
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
Terminator
FG *
2
*1. Internal terminating resistor is used when the device is at the extreme end of a transmission line.
*2. Install shield cables to all sections and ground them at a single point.
Figure 3.3.1b. RS-485 terminal wiring.
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3.3.2 MODEL R3-NM1 HARDWARE SETTING
The R3-NM1 Modbus Module and connected I/O modules must be set to proper DIP switch configuration before connecting to the 73VR1100. For I/O Modules, refer to instruction manuals for a specific model.
For the Modbus Module, set the DIP switches on the front and side as explained below.
■ FRONT VIEW
■ SIDE VIEW
456
78
Node Address (MSD)
23
456
78
901
23
RUN LED
SA2
901
SA1
Node Address (LSD)
ERR LED
FG
SLD
DG
DB
DA
Configuration Jack
Terminal Block
4
5
1
2
3
6
Functions
SW3
Transmission Properties
4
3
2
1
SW6
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
ON
SW1
SW2
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
ON
ON
ON
Figure 3.3.2. R3-NM1 component identification.
FRONT ROTARY SWITCH, SA1 & SA2: NODE ADDRESS
Choose a number from 1 to F. The R3-NM1 itself can set up to 256 numbers, however, is limited to 16 (1 to F) in
conjunction with the 73VR1100.
FRONT DIP SWITCH, SW6: BAUD RATE, PARITY, DATA MODE
Set as follows referring to the table to the right:
Baud rate: 38.4 kbps
Parity:
Odd
Data mode: RTU
BAUD RATE (bps)
SW
38.4 k (*)
19.2 k
9600
4800
SW6-1
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
SW6-2
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
PARITY
SW
NONE (*)
ODD
EVEN
N/A
SW6-3
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
SW6-4
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
DATA MODE
SW
RTU (Binary) (*)
ASCII
SW6-5
OFF
ON
(*) Factory setting
SIDE DIP SWITCH, SW1 & SW2: DATA ALLOCATION
Data Allocation Type must be assigned to each I/O
module position to specify how many data areas (four
types) are to be occupied by each.
Two bits from SW1 and SW2 are assigned to each
position, and data areas can be specified from the
module No. 1 through 8. Setting for No. 9 and later
modules is identical to No. 8.
SW ASSIGNMENT
SW1-1
SW1-2
SW1-3
SW1-4
SW1-5
SW1-6
SW1-7
SW1-8
SW2-1 SW2-2
SW2-3 SW2-4
SW2-5 SW2-6
SW2-7
SW2-8
SW SETTING
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
MODULE NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DATA ALLOCATION
1
4
8
16
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SIDE DIP SW, SW3: FUNCTIONS
• Dual Communication: SW3-1
When two network modules are mounted, one must
be ‘Main’ (OFF) network and the other must be ‘Sub’
(ON) network. For single communication, the network
module must always be set to ‘Main’ (OFF).
SW
SW3-1
SW
SW3-2
(*) Factory setting
DUAL COMMUNICATION
MAIN (*)
SUB
OFF
ON
INPUT ERROR DATA
HOLD (*)
SET ‘0’
OFF
ON
• Input Error Data: SW3-2
Hold: When the communication from an input
module is lost due to the input module error, the network module holds the signal and stands by until the communication recovers.
Set to ‘0’: When the communication from an input module is lost due to the input module error, the network module
outputs ‘0.’
• LED Function: SW3-4
Functions assigned to the front RUN and ERR LEDs
can be selected.
LED
SW3-4
RUN
ERR
OFF (*)
Green when normal Green when abnormal
ON
Red when receiving Red when transmitting
(*) Factory setting
3.3.3 CONFIGURING THE CLAMP-ON CURRENT SENSOR INPUT MODULES R3-CTxA, R3-CTxB
In order to use models R3-CT4A, R3-CT8A, R3-CT4B and R3-CT8B, the data range must be set up with the R3 Configurator Software (model: R3CON). The original data range is defined by an equation: Engineering unit data x 100,
but this change of setting may lower the resolution of recorded data for certain input ranges.
For example, If you have an input range of 0 – 500A, the normal data range is 0 – 50000. However, the 73VR1100’s
data format is fixed at 0 – 10000. By changing the data range from 0 – 50000 to 0 – 10000, the data resolution will
be lowered by the one-fifth.
The data range of the R3-CTxA and the R3-CTxB needs to be changed using the PC Configurator Software (model:
R3CON) in order to store data adequately on the 73VR1100.
GETTING READY
The R3CON is available for downloading at M-System’s web site: http://www.m-system.co.jp. Download the program
and install it in your PC.
In order to connect the R3 module to the PC, the PC Configurator Cable (model: MCN-CON or COP-US) is required.
CONNECTING
Connect with the MCN-CON or COP-US between the Configurator Jack at the front of the R3 Network Module and
the COM port of your PC.
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HOW TO CHANGE THE DATA RANGE
1. Choose Start > Program > R3CON on the Windows task bar and start up the R3CON. The initial view appears
as below.
2. Choose Connect > Connect on the menu bar. COM Port Setting dialog box appears on the screen.
3. Choose the COM port number to which the R3 module is connected and specify 9600 bps as baud rate.
4. When a connection is successful, ‘Disconnected’ indicator is switched to ‘Connected.’
(4)
(5)
5. Click Upload on the left control panel and upload information on the I/O module. The screen now shows I/O
module types assigned to each slot.
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6. Choose the slot number of the R3-CTxA or R3-CTxB under Card No. selections on the top.
(6)
7. Click Upload button at the bottom of the window to read in the present setting of the module.
8. Enter new values as explained below:
Zero Scale: 0% scaling value. Set to ‘0.’
Full Scale: 100% scaling value. Set to ‘10000.’
Zero Base: 0% input value (in engineering unit). Set to ‘0.’
Full Base: 100% input value (in engineering unit). Set to the input upper range (e.g. 500 for 0 – 500A ).
(8)
(7)
(9)
9. Click Download button at the bottom of the window to write the new setting to the module.
10.Click Upload again to confirm the new setting.
11. Choose Connect > Disconnect on the menu bar.
For detailed information, refer to the users manual for the R3CON.
Cautions !
1. Stop data recording by the 73VR1100 while the R3CON’s monitoring is operational.
2. The R3CON Version 1.02 or later versions are compatible. The version number can be confirmed on the menu
bar: Help > Version.
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3.4 R3 SERIES REMOTE I/O, R3-NE1 MODBUS/TCP MODULE
3.4.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Figure 3.4.1 shows how the R3-NE1 module and other modules are connected to the PC via an Ethernet HUB/
Switch. For directly connecting the R3-NE1 to the PC, use a reverse (interlink) cable.
Paperless Recorder
(model: 73VR1100)
Ethernet
Hub / Switch
Ethernet
I/O Modules
Ethernet
I/O Modules
Network Module
(model: R3-NE1)
Network Module
(model: R3-NE1)
Figure 3.4.1. System configuration example.
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3.4.2 MODEL R3-NE1 HARDWARE SETTING
The R3-NE1 Modbus/TCP Module and connected I/O modules must be set to proper DIP switch configuration before
connecting to the 73VR1100. For I/O Modules, refer to instruction manuals for a specific model. Refer to Section
3.3.3 to set up the R3-CTxA and R3-CTxB.
To set or change the IP address and the subnet mask of the R3-NE1, the R3 Series PC Configurator Software
R3CON is available.
For the Modbus/TCP Module, set the DIP switches on the front and side as explained below.
■ FRONT VIEW
■ SIDE VIEW
901
456
78
23
78
901
456
RUN LED
Not used
23
Not used
ERR LED
Functions
SW3
Configuration Jack
RJ-45 Modular Jack
4
5
1
2
3
4
3
2
1
LINK
DPLX (Duplex)
LINK10 (10Mbps)
LINK100
(100Mbps)
COL (Collision)
ON
SW1
SW2
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
ON
ON
6
Figure 3.4.2. R3-NE1 component identification.
SIDE DIP SWITCH, SW1 & SW2: DATA ALLOCATION
Data Allocation Type must be assigned to each I/O
module position to specify how many data areas (four
types) are to be occupied by each.
Two bits from SW1 and SW2 are assigned to each
position, and data areas can be specified from the
module No. 1 through 8. Setting for No. 9 and later
modules is identical to No. 8.
SIDE DIP SW, SW3: FUNCTIONS
• Dual Communication: SW3-1
When two network modules are mounted, one must
be ‘Main’ (OFF) network and the other must be ‘Sub’
(ON) network. For single communication, the network
module must always be set to ‘Main’ (OFF).
• Input Error Data: SW3-2
Hold: When the communication from an input
module is lost due to the input module error, the network module holds the signal
and stands by until the communication recovers.
Set to ‘0’: When the communication from an input
module is lost due to the input module error, the network module outputs ‘0.’
• LED Function: SW3-4
Functions assigned to the front RUN and ERR LEDs
can be selected.
SW ASSIGNMENT
SW1-1
SW1-2
SW1-3
SW1-4
SW1-5
SW1-6
SW1-7
SW1-8
SW2-1 SW2-2
SW2-3 SW2-4
SW2-5 SW2-6
SW2-7
SW2-8
SW SETTING
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
SW
SW3-1
SW
SW3-2
(*) Factory setting
MODULE NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DATA ALLOCATION
1
4
8
16
DUAL COMMUNICATION
MAIN (*)
SUB
OFF
ON
INPUT ERROR DATA
HOLD (*)
SET ‘0’
OFF
ON
LED
SW3-4
RUN
ERR
OFF (*)
Green when normal Green when abnormal
ON
Red when receiving Red when transmitting
(*) Factory setting
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3.5 R5 SERIES REMOTE I/O, R5-NM1 MODBUS MODULE
3.5.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION & RS-485 TERMINAL WIRING
Figure 3.5.1a and 3.5.1b respectively show a system configuration example using the R5-NM1, and details of RS-485
terminal wiring.
The R5-NM1 is connected to the 73VR1100 via RS-485 twisted-pair cables.
Paperless Recorder
(model: 73VR1100)
RS-485
RS-485 (Modbus RTU)
Network Module
(model: R5-NM1)
I/O Modules
Network Module
(model: R5-NM1)
I/O Modules
Figure 3.5.1a. System configuration example.
73VR1100
Terminator
RS-485
DA
DB
TR
DG
FG
R5-NM1
RS-485
R5-NM1
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
*1
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
Terminator
FG *
2
*1. Internal terminating resistor is used when the device is at the extreme end of a transmission line.
*2. Install shield cables to all sections and ground them at a single point.
Figure 3.5.1b. RS-485 terminal wiring.
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3.5.2 MODEL R5-NM1 HARDWARE SETTING
The R5-NM1 Modbus Module and connected I/O modules must be set to proper DIP switch configuration before connecting to the 73VR1100. For I/O Modules, refer to instruction manuals for a specific model.
For the Modbus Module, set the DIP switches on the front and side as explained below.
■ SIDE VIEW
■ FRONT VIEW
Data Allocation
Transmission Properties
RUN Indicator LED
Node Address
ERR Indicator LED
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Data
Parity
Baud Rate
LED Function
Data Allocation
Configuration Jack
ON
Euro Type
Connector Terminal
Figure 3.5.2. R5-NM1 component identification.
SIDE DIP SWITCH: DATA ALLOCATION MODE
The Data Allocation Mode 1 is used when all analog
I/O modules are single-channel types. The second
channel on the dual-channel analog modules cannot
be used.
The Data Allocation Mode 2 is used when one or more
analog I/O modules are dual-channel types.
SW
SW1
SW2
(*) Factory setting
DATA ALLOCATION MODE
2
1
OFF (*)
ON
OFF (*)
OFF
SIDE DIP SWITCH: LED FUNCTION
RUN and ERR lamps can be used to show either
transmission diagnostic status (normal/abnormal) or
sending/receiving status.
LED
SW3
RUN
ERR
OFF (*)
Green when normal Green when abnormal
ON
Red when receiving Red when transmitting
(*) Factory setting
SIDE DIP SWITCH: BAUD RATE, PARITY, DATA MODE
Set as follows:
Baud rate: 38.4 kbps
Parity:
Odd
Data mode: RTU
BAUD RATE (bps)
SW
38.4 k (*)
19.2 k
9600
4800
SW4
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
SW5
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
PARITY
SW
NONE (*)
ODD
EVEN
N/A
SW6
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
SW7
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
DATA MODE
SW
RTU (Binary) (*)
ASCII
SW8
OFF
ON
(*) Factory setting
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FRONT DIP SWITCH: NODE ADDRESS
Choose a number from 1 to F. The R5-NM1 itself can
set up to 256 numbers, however, is limited to 16 (1 to
F) in conjunction with the 73VR1100.
ADD.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
A
B
C
D
E
F
DIP SW
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
OFFOFFOFFOFFOFFOFFOFFOFF
ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
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3.5.3 CONFIGURING THE CLAMP-ON CURRENT SENSOR INPUT MODULES R5T-CTA, R5T-CTB
In order to use models R5T-CTA and R5T-CTB, the data range must be set up with the R5 Configurator Software
(model: R5CON). The original data range is defined by an equation: Engineering unit data x 100, but this change of
setting may lower the resolution of recorded data for certain input ranges.
For example, If you have an input range of 0 – 500A, the normal data range is 0 – 50000. However, the 73VR1100’s
data format is fixed at 0 – 10000. By changing the data range from 0 – 50000 to 0 – 10000, the data resolution will
be lowered by the one-fifth.
The data range of the R5T-CTA and the R5T-CTB needs to be changed using the PC Configurator Software (model:
R5CON) in order to store data adequately on the 73VR1100.
GETTING READY
The R5CON is available for downloading at M-System’s web site: http://www.m-system.co.jp. Download the program
and install it in your PC.
In order to connect the R5 module to the PC, the PC Configurator Cable (model: MCN-CON or COP-US) is required.
CONNECTING
Connect with the MCN-CON or COP-US between the Configurator Jack at the front of the R5 Network Module and
the COM port of your PC.
HOW TO CHANGE THE DATA RANGE
1. Choose Start > Program > R5CON on the Windows task bar and start up the R5CON. The initial view appears
as below.
2. Choose Connect > Connect on the menu bar. COM Port Setting dialog box appears on the screen.
3. Choose the COM port number to which the R3 module is connected.
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4. When a connection is successful, ‘Disconnected’ indicator is switched to ‘Connected.’
5. Click Upload on the left control panel and upload information on the I/O module. The screen now shows I/O
module types assigned to each slot.
(4)
(5)
6. Choose the slot number of the R5T-CTA or R5T-CTB under Card No. selections on the top.
7. Click Upload button at the bottom of the window to read in the present setting of the module.
8. Enter new values as explained below:
Zero Scale: 0% scaling value. Set to ‘0.’
Full Scale: 100% scaling value. Set to ‘10000.’
Zero Base: 0% input value (in engineering unit). Set to ‘0.’
Full Base: 100% input value (in engineering unit). Set to the input upper range (e.g. 500 for 0 – 500A ).
(8)
(8)
(9)
(7)
9. Click Download button at the bottom of the window to write the new setting to the module.
10.Click Upload again to confirm the new setting.
11. Choose Connect > Disconnect on the menu bar.
For detailed information, refer to the users manual for the R5CON.
Cautions !
1. Stop data recording by the 73VR1100 while the R5CON’s monitoring is operational.
2. The R5CON Version 1.13 or later versions are compatible. The version number can be confirmed on the menu
bar: Help > Version.
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3.6 R5 SERIES REMOTE I/O, R5-NE1 MODBUS/TCP MODULE
3.6.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Figure 3.6.1 shows how the R5-NE1 module and other modules are connected to the PC via an Ethernet HUB/
Switch. For directly connecting the R5-NE1 to the PC, use a reverse (interlink) cable.
Paperless Recorder
(model: 73VR1100)
Ethernet
Hub / Switch
Ethernet
Network Module
(model: R5-NE1)
Ethernet
I/O Modules
Network Module
(model: R5-NE1)
I/O Modules
Figure 3.6.1. System configuration example.
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3.6.2 MODEL R5-NE1 HARDWARE SETTING
The R5-NE1 Modbus/TCP Module and connected I/O modules must be set to proper DIP switch configuration before
connecting to the 73VR1100. For I/O Modules, refer to instruction manuals for a specific model. Refer to Section
3.5.3 to set up the R5T-CTA and R5T-CTB.
To set or change the IP address and the subnet mask of the R5-NE1, the R5 Series PC Configurator Software
R5CON is available.
For the Modbus/TCP Module, set the DIP switches on the front and side as explained below.
■ FRONT VIEW
RUN Indicator LED
23
456
ERR Indicator LED
901
Data Allocation
Transmission Properties
78
■ SIDE VIEW
456
901
23
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Not used
78
ON
Not used
LED Function
Data Allocation
Configuration Jack
RJ-45 Connector
Ethernet LED
LINK
DPLX (Duplex)
COLL (Collision)
LINK10 (10Mbps)
LINK100
(100Mbps)
Figure 3.6.2. R5-NE1 component identification.
SIDE DIP SWITCH: DATA ALLOCATION MODE
The Data Allocation Mode 1 is used when all analog
I/O modules are single-channel types. The second
channel on the dual-channel analog modules cannot
be used.
The Data Allocation Mode 2 is used when one or more
analog I/O modules are dual-channel types.
SIDE DIP SWITCH: LED FUNCTION
RUN and ERR lamps can be used to show either
transmission diagnostic status (normal/abnormal) or
sending/receiving status.
SW
SW1
SW2
(*) Factory setting
DATA ALLOCATION MODE
2
1
OFF (*)
ON
OFF (*)
OFF
LED
SW3
RUN
ERR
OFF (*)
Green when normal Green when abnormal
ON
Red when receiving Red when transmitting
(*) Factory setting
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3.7 R7 SERIES REMOTE I/O, R7M MODBUS MODULE
3.7.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION & RS-485 TERMINAL WIRING
Figure 3.7.1a and 3.7.1b respectively show a system configuration example using the R7M, and details of RS-485
terminal wiring.
The R7M is connected to the 73VR1100 via RS-485 twisted-pair cables.
Paperless Recorder
(model: 73VR1100)
RS-485
RS-485 (Modbus RTU)
Modbus I/O Module
(model: R7M)
Figure 3.7.1a. System configuration example.
73VR1100
Terminator
RS-485
DA
DB
TR
DG
FG
R7M
RS-485
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
*1
R7M
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
Terminator
FG *
2
*1. Internal terminating resistor is used when the device is at the extreme end of a transmission line.
*2. Install shield cables to all sections and ground them at a single point.
Figure 3.7.1b. RS-485 terminal wiring.
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3.7.2 MODEL R7M HARDWARE SETTING
The R7M Modbus Module and connected I/O modules must be set to proper DIP switch configuration before connecting to the 73VR1100.
Baud Rate Setting Rotary SW
Operating Mode Setting DIP SW (SW1)
Node Address Setting
Rotary SW
PC Configurator Jack
*1
Discrete I/O Status Indicator LED
Status Indicator LED
456
23
23
23
901
NODE ADD.
4
5
1
6
2
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
456
78
X1
456
78
SD
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
X10
78
RUN
RD
901
ERR
901
PWR
CNFG.
B.RATE
7
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
3
1
2
3
4
Modbus, Power Supply
Terminals
5
6
7
8
I/O Terminals*
9
2
*1. Not available with analog I/O modules.
*2. 10 screw terminals for analog output modules.
Figure 3.7.2. R7M component identification.
ROTARY SWITCH: NODE ADDRESS
The left switch determines the tenth place digit, while the right switch does the ones place digit of the address.
456
23
23
78
78
901
456
Factory setting : 00
901
Node Address Setting (x1)
Node Address Setting (x10)
ROTARY SWITCH: BAUD RATE
Set to 38.4 kbps.
78
23
456
0 : 38.4 kbps (factory setting)
1 : 19.2 kbps
2 : 9600 bps
3 : 4800 bps
901
Baud Rate Setting
DIP SWITCH: OPERATING MODE
Operating mode setting depends upon I/O types. Refer to the tables in the following pages.
USING PC CONFIGURATOR SOFTWARE
PC Configurator Software (model: R7CON) is required to go through the following settings. The R7CON is downloadable at M-System’s web site (http://www.m-system.co.jp).
Install the downloaded software program to your PC, and connect the R7M to it via the PC configurator cable (model:
MCN-CON or COP-US).
For more details on the R7CON, please refer to the R7CON users manual.
• Modbus Mode
Set to RTU.
• Parity
Set to ‘Odd.’ (Caution! - Factory setting: None)
• Temperature Unit
Choose either ‘°C,’ ‘°F’ or ‘K.’
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■ R7M-DA16
■ R7M-TS4
• Extension (SW1-1, 1-2)
SW1-1SW1-2Extension
OFF
OFF No extension (*)
ON
OFF Discrete input, 16 points
OFF
ON Discrete output, 16 points
(*) Factory setting
Caution ! - SW1-3, 1-4, 1-5, 1-6, 1-7, 1-8 are unused. Be sure to turn off unused ones.
• Extension (SW1-1, 1-2)
SW1-1SW1-2Extension
OFF
OFF No extension (*)
ON
OFF Discrete input, 16 points
OFF
ON Discrete output, 16 points
■ R7M-DC16A, R7M-DC16B
• Extension (SW1-1, 1-2)
SW1-1SW1-2Extension
OFF
OFF No extension (*)
ON
OFF Discrete input, 16 points
OFF
ON Discrete output, 16 points
• Output at the loss of communication (SW1-4)
SW1-4 Output at the loss of communication
OFF Reset the output (turned off)
ON Hold the output (*)
(maintains the last data received normally)
(*) Factory setting
Caution ! - SW1-3, 1-5, 1-6, 1-7, 1-8 are unused. Be sure to turn off unused ones.
■ R7M-SV4
• Extension (SW1-1, 1-2)
SW1-1SW1-2Extension
OFF
OFF No extension (*)
ON
OFF Discrete input, 16 points
OFF
ON Discrete output, 16 points
• Conversion rate / Accuracy (SW1-3, 1-4)
SW1-3 SW1-4 Conversion rate / Accuracy
OFF
OFF 80 msec. / ≤0.1% (*)
ON
OFF 40 msec. / ≤0.2%
OFF
ON 20 msec. / ≤0.4%
ON
ON 10 msec. / ≤0.8%
• Input range (SW1-5, 1-6, 1-7, 1-8)
SW1-5 SW1-6 SW1-7 SW1-8
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
(*) Factory setting
Input range
-10 – +10V DC (*)
-5 – +5V DC
-1 – +1V DC
0 – 10V DC
0 – 5V DC
1 – 5V DC
0 – 1V DC
-0.5 – +0.5V DC
-20 – +20mA DC
4 – 20mA DC
0 – 20mA DC
PC Configurator setting
• Thermocouple type (SW1-5, 1-6, 1-7, 1-8)
SW1-5 SW1-6 SW1-7 SW1-8 Thermocouple type
OFFOFFOFFOFF
K
(CA) (*)
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF E (CRC)
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF J (IC)
ON
ON
OFF
OFF T (CC)
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF B (RH)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF R
OFF
ON
ON
OFF S
ON
ON
ON
OFF C (WRe 5-26)
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON N
ON
OFF
OFF
ON U
OFF
ON
OFF
ON L
ON
ON
OFF
ON P (Platinel II)
OFF
OFF
ON
ON (PR)
ON
ON
ON
ON PC Configurator setting
(*) Factory setting
• Conversion rate (SW1-3)
SW1-3 Conversion rate
OFF 250 msec. (*)
ON 500 msec.
(*) Factory setting
• Burnout (SW1-4)
SW1-4Burnout
OFF Upscale (*)
ON Downscale
■ R7M-RS4
• Extension (SW1-1, 1-2)
SW1-1SW1-2Extension
OFF
OFF No extension (*)
ON
OFF Discrete input, 16 points
OFF
ON Discrete output, 16 points
• Conversion rate (SW1-3)
SW1-3 Conversion rate
OFF 250 msec. (*)
ON 500 msec.
(*) Factory setting
• Burnout (SW1-4)
SW1-4Burnout
OFF Upscale (*)
ON Downscale
• RTD type (SW1-5, 1-6, 1-7, 1-8)
SW1-5 SW1-6 SW1-7 SW1-8
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
(*) Factory setting
RTD type
Pt 100 (JIS ’97/IEC) (*)
Pt 100 (JIS ’89)
JPt 100 (JIS ’89)
Pt 50 (JIS ’81)
Ni 100
Cu 10 (25°C)
Cu 50
PC Configurator setting
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3.8 R7 SERIES REMOTE I/O, R7E MODBUS/TCP MODULE
3.8.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Figure 3.8.1 shows how the R7E module and other modules are connected to the 73VR1100 via Ethernet HUB/
Switch. For directly connecting the R7E to the 73VR1100, use a reverse (interlink) cable.
Paperless Recorder
(model: 73VR1100)
Ethernet
Hub / Switch
Ethernet
Ethernet
Modbus/TCP I/O Module
(model: R7E)
Figure 3.8.1. System configuration example.
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3.8.2 MODEL R7E HARDWARE SETTING
The R7E Modbus Module and connected I/O modules must be set to proper DIP switch configuration before connecting to the 73VR1100.
Operating Mode Setting DIP SW (SW1)
PC Configurator Jack
*1
Discrete I/O Status Indicator LED
Status Indicator LED
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
PWR
LINK
RUN
4
LINK100
CNFG.
5
1
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
COL
6
2
7
3
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
1
2
3
4
Power Supply Terminals
5
6
7
8
9
I/O Terminals*
2
*1. Not available with analog I/O modules.
*2. 10 screw terminals for analog output modules.
Figure 3.8.2. R7E component identification.
DIP SWITCH: OPERATING MODE
Operating mode setting depends upon I/O types. Refer to the tables in the following pages.
USING PC CONFIGURATOR SOFTWARE
PC Configurator Software (model: R7CON) is required to go through the following settings. The R7CON is downloadable at M-System’s web site (http://www.m-system.co.jp).
Install the downloaded software program to your PC, and connect the R7E to it via the PC configurator cable (model:
MCN-CON or COP-US).
For more details on the R7CON, please refer to the R7CON users manual.
• Temperature Unit
Choose either ‘°C,’ ‘°F’ or ‘K.’
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■ R7E-DA16
■ R7E-TS4
• Extension (SW1-1, 1-2)
SW1-1SW1-2Extension
OFF
OFF No extension (*)
ON
OFF Discrete input, 16 points
OFF
ON Discrete output, 16 points
(*) Factory setting
Caution ! - SW1-3, 1-4, 1-5, 1-6, 1-7, 1-8 are unused. Be sure to turn off unused ones.
• Extension (SW1-1, 1-2)
SW1-1SW1-2Extension
OFF
OFF No extension (*)
ON
OFF Discrete input, 16 points
OFF
ON Discrete output, 16 points
■ R7E-DC16A, R7M-DC16B
• Extension (SW1-1, 1-2)
SW1-1SW1-2Extension
OFF
OFF No extension (*)
ON
OFF Discrete input, 16 points
OFF
ON Discrete output, 16 points
• Output at the loss of communication (SW1-4)
SW1-4 Output at the loss of communication
OFF Reset the output (turned off)
ON Hold the output (*)
(maintains the last data received normally)
(*) Factory setting
Caution ! - SW1-3, 1-5, 1-6, 1-7, 1-8 are unused. Be sure to turn off unused ones.
■ R7E-SV4
• Extension (SW1-1, 1-2)
SW1-1SW1-2Extension
OFF
OFF No extension (*)
ON
OFF Discrete input, 16 points
OFF
ON Discrete output, 16 points
• Conversion rate / Accuracy (SW1-3, 1-4)
SW1-3 SW1-4 Conversion rate / Accuracy
OFF
OFF 80 msec. / ≤0.1% (*)
ON
OFF 40 msec. / ≤0.2%
OFF
ON 20 msec. / ≤0.4%
ON
ON 10 msec. / ≤0.8%
• Input range (SW1-5, 1-6, 1-7, 1-8)
SW1-5 SW1-6 SW1-7 SW1-8
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
(*) Factory setting
Input range
-10 – +10V DC (*)
-5 – +5V DC
-1 – +1V DC
0 – 10V DC
0 – 5V DC
1 – 5V DC
0 – 1V DC
-0.5 – +0.5V DC
-20 – +20mA DC
4 – 20mA DC
0 – 20mA DC
PC Configurator setting
• Thermocouple type (SW1-5, 1-6, 1-7, 1-8)
SW1-5 SW1-6 SW1-7 SW1-8 Thermocouple type
OFFOFFOFFOFF
K
(CA) (*)
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF E (CRC)
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF J (IC)
ON
ON
OFF
OFF T (CC)
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF B (RH)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF R
OFF
ON
ON
OFF S
ON
ON
ON
OFF C (WRe 5-26)
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON N
ON
OFF
OFF
ON U
OFF
ON
OFF
ON L
ON
ON
OFF
ON P (Platinel II)
OFF
OFF
ON
ON (PR)
ON
ON
ON
ON PC Configurator setting
(*) Factory setting
• Conversion rate (SW1-3)
SW1-3 Conversion rate
OFF 250 msec. (*)
ON 1 sec.
(*) Factory setting
• Burnout (SW1-4)
SW1-4Burnout
OFF Upscale (*)
ON Downscale
■ R7E-RS4
• Extension (SW1-1, 1-2)
SW1-1SW1-2Extension
OFF
OFF No extension (*)
ON
OFF Discrete input, 16 points
OFF
ON Discrete output, 16 points
• Conversion rate (SW1-3)
SW1-3 Conversion rate
OFF 250 msec. (*)
ON 1 sec.
(*) Factory setting
• Burnout (SW1-4)
SW1-4Burnout
OFF Upscale (*)
ON Downscale
• RTD type (SW1-5, 1-6, 1-7, 1-8)
SW1-5 SW1-6 SW1-7 SW1-8
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
(*) Factory setting
RTD type
Pt 100 (JIS ’97/IEC) (*)
Pt 100 (JIS ’89)
JPt 100 (JIS ’89)
Pt 50 (JIS ’81)
Ni 100
Cu 10 (25°C)
Cu 50
PC Configurator setting
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3.9 53U MULTI POWER MONITOR
3.9.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION & RS-485 TERMINAL WIRING
Figure 3.9.1a and 3.9.1b respectively show a system configuration example using the 53U, and details of RS-485
terminal wiring.
The 53U is connected to the 73VR1100 via RS-485 twisted-pair cables.
Paperless Recorder
(model: 73VR1100)
RS-485
RS-485 (Modbus RTU)
AX
IN
AX
IN
AX
IN
Multi Power Monitor
(model: 53U)
Figure 3.9.1a. System configuration example.
73VR1100
Terminator
RS-485
DA
DB
TR
DG
FG
53U
RS-485
T1
T2
T3
T4
*1
53U
T1
T2
T3
T4
*1
FG *
2
FG *
2
*1. Internal terminating resistor is used when the device is at the extreme end of a transmission line.
*2. Install shield cables to all sections and ground them at a single point.
Figure 3.9.1b. RS-485 terminal wiring.
CAUTION !
The 73VR1100 cannot be connected to the 53U at the same as the PMCFG PC Configurator Software.
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3.9.2 MODEL 53U HARDWARE SETTING
The following explanations cover the 53U setting necessary to communicate with the 73VR1100.
Enter Passcode
0000 thr. 9999 (0000)
Device information
(DEV.INFO)
PF THD
MAX
E PRG ESCAPE
PQS
ENTER
: Move between menu items
: Select
E PRG ESCAPE : Go up one level in the chart
Hold down ≥2 sec.
Change Setting
(SETTINGS)
Input Setting
(INPUT)
Bargraph indication
setting (BAR)
Modbus setting
(MODBUS)
Node Number
Modbus address
(ADDRESS)
1 thr. 247 (1)
Modbus Properties
Baud rate
(BAUDRATE)
1200 bps
2400 bps
4800 bps
9600 bps
19200 bps
38400 bps (*)
Parity type
(PARITY)
NONE
ODD (*)
EVEN
Stop bit length
(STOP BIT)
1 (*)
2
T1.5 character length
(T1.5)
0.1 thr. 6.0 (1.5) *2
T3.5 character length
(T3.5)
0.1 thr. 6.0 (3.5) *2
Long register
(LONG REG)
NORMAL : Low bit address (word) (*)
SWAP : High bit address (word)
Figure 3.9.2. Hardware setting flowchart with the 53U.
NODE NUMBER SETTING
Each 53U module connected to the 73VR1100 must have an unique node number (1 to F, up to 15 nodes).
MODBUS SETTING
Confirm the baud rate, parity and stop bit setting on the 53U module. All these settings must be equal to the factory
default setting in order to communicate with the 73VR1100.
Refer to the figure above or the operating manual of the 53U to set the node number. Leave all the Modbus property
settings to the 53U’s factory default values.
Once a new node number is set, the power supply to the device must be turned off and on to implement it.
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3.10 MODEL 72EM2-M4 ETHERNET COMMUNICATION ADAPTOR
Figure 3.10a shows a system configuration example using the 72EM2-M4. Figures 3.9b and 3.9c show details of
RS-485 terminal wiring.
The 72EM2-M4 is connected to the 73VR1100 via Ethernet.
Paperless Recorder
(model: 73VR1100)
Ethernet
Hub / Switch
Ethernet
Communication Adaptor
(model: 72EM2-M4)
ETHERNET
RUN
SEND
FIELD
RS-485
CNFG
RS-485
PC Recorder
AX
IN
PC Recorder
RS-232C
Interlink / Reverse
Cable
Modbus I/O Module
(model: R7M)
Multi Power Monitor
(model: 53U)
PC Recorder
(model: R2M)
Figure
System configuration
example.
■ HOW3.10a.
TO CONNECT
R7M AND R7M
SERIES
72EM2-M4
T1
T2
T3
T4
+
–
R7M
DA
DB
DG
SLD
FG
*2
*1
FG
*1. Internal terminating resistor is used when the device is at the end of a transmission line.
*2. When the 72EM2 unit is located at an end of transmission line via twisted-pair cable (= when there is no cross wiring),
close across the terminal T2 – T3 with the terminating resistor attached to the product.
Remove the resistor from those located between the end points.
Figure 3.10b. RS-485 terminal wiring for the R7M.
72EM2-M4
T1
T2
T3
T4
RS-485
53U, 54U
T1
T2
T3
T4
*3
FG *
RS-485
53U, 54U
T1
T2
T3
T4
*1
2
*1. Internal terminating resistor is used when the device is at the end of a transmission line.
*2. Install shield cables to all sections and ground them at single point.
*3. When the 72EM2 unit is located at an end of transmission line via twisted-pair cable (= when there is no cross wiring),
close across the terminal T2 – T3 with the terminating resistor attached to the product.
Remove the resistor from those located between the end points.
Figure 3.10c. RS-485 terminal wiring for the PC Recorder and 53U.
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3.11 IT60RE ETHERNET TOWER LIGHT
3.11.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Figure 3.11.1 shows how the IT60RE module and other modules are connected to the 73VR1100 via an Ethernet
HUB/Switch. For directly connecting the IT60RE to the 73VR1100, use a reverse (interlink) cable.
Paperless Recorder
(model: 73VR1100)
Ethernet
Hub / Switch
Ethernet
(model: IT60RE)
I/O Modules
Network Module
(model: R3-NE1)
Figure 3.11.1. System configuration example.
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3.11.2 MODEL IT60RE HARDWARE SETTING
■ BOTTOM VIEW
■ FRONT VIEW
FRONT
Power Input Connector
Lamp 1
Ethernet
Modular Jack
Lamp 2
Lamp 3
Lamp 4, Lamp 5
ETHERNET
1 U (+)
2 V (–)
3 NC
4 NC
5 FE1
Power
Run
Link
Link100
COL
WLAN 1
WLAN 2
Buzzer Aperture
Status Indicator LED
REAR
Control Cover Lock
On
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Operating Mode
DIP SW
Configurator Jack
Config
Control Panel Cover
Gasket
BOTTOM
Figure 3.11.2. Figure 3.11.2 IT60RE component
■ OPERATING MODE
• Lamp blinking frequency
SW1-1
Frequency
OFF
Approx. 2 Hz (*)
ON
Approx. 10 Hz
• Buzzer intermittent frequency
SW1-2
Frequency
OFF
Approx. 2 Hz (*)
ON
Approx. 10 Hz
• Buzzer volume
SW1-3
SW1-4
Volume
OFF
OFF
Quiet (*)
OFF
ON
Middle
ON
OFF
Loud
ON
ON
Maximum
• Output at the loss of communication
SW1-6
Output at the loss of communication
OFF
Reset the output (turned off) (*)
ON
Hold the output (maintains the last data received
normally)
(*) Factory setting
Caution ! - SW1-5, 1-7 and 1-8 are unused. Be sure to turn off unused ones.
■ CONFIGURATOR SOFTWARE
The IT60RE is configurable with the configurator software for communication etc.
For detailed information on the PC configuration, refer to the ITCFG users manual.
■ IP ADDRESS
The IT60RE does not support BootP Table Software. The IP Address and Subnet Mask can be configured using the ITCFG Configurator Software.
The Modbus/TCP Port No. is fixed at 502.
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M-SYSTEM WARRANTY
1. What is covered.
M-System Co., Ltd. (“M-System”) warrants, only to the original
purchaser of new M-System products purchased directly from
M-System, or from M-System’s authorized distributors or resellers, for its own use not for resale, that the M-System products
shall be free from defects in materials and workmanship and
shall conform to the specifications set forth in the product catalogue applicable to the M-System products for the Warranty
Period (see Paragraph 5 below for the Warranty Period of each
product).
THE ABOVE WARRANTY IS THE ONLY WARRANTY APPLICABLE TO THE M-SYSTEM PRODUCTS AND IS IN LIEU
OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR OF FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
2. What is not covered.
This warranty does not cover any M-System product which
has been: (1) modified, altered or subjected to abuse, misuse,
negligence or accident; (2) improperly installed or installed in
conjunction with any equipment for which it was not designed;
or (3) damaged or destroyed by disasters such as fire, flood,
lightning or earthquake.
In no event shall M-System be liable for any special, incidental,
consequential or other damages, costs or expenses (including,
but not limited to, loss of time, loss of profits, inconvenience or
loss of use of any equipment).
3. Remedies.
If a defective product is returned to M-System in accordance
with the procedures described below, M-System will, at its sole
option and expense, either: (1) repair the defective product;
(2) replace the defective product; or (3) refund the purchase
price for the defective product paid by the purchaser. Except
as otherwise provided by applicable state law, these remedies
constitute the purchaser’s sole and exclusive remedies and
M-System’s sole and exclusive obligation under this warranty.
4. Warranty Procedure.
If the purchaser discovers a failure of the M-System products
to conform to the terms of this warranty within the Warranty
Period, the purchaser must promptly (and, in any event not
more than 30 days after the discovery of such failure) notify
the relevant party as described below either by telephone or in
writing at the below address to obtain an Authorized Return (AR)
number and return the defective product to the relevant party.
The designated AR number should be marked on the outside
of the return package and on all correspondence related to the
defective product. The purchaser shall return, at purchaser’s
expense, defective products only upon receiving an AR number. In order to avoid processing delays, the purchaser must include: copies of the original purchase order and sales invoice;
the purchaser’s name, address and phone number; the model
and serial numbers of the returned product; and a detailed description of the alleged defect.
5. Warranty Period.
Signal Conditioner: 36 months from the date of purchase.
M-Rester:
12 months from the date of purchase.
Valve Actuator: 18 months from the date of shipment
from M-System or 12 months from
the date of its installation, whichever
comes first.
Other Products: 36 months from the date of purchase.
M-SYSTEM CO., LTD.
5-2-55, Minamitsumori, Nishinari-ku,
Osaka 557-0063 JAPAN
Phone: (06) 6659-8201
Fax: (06) 6659-8510
E-mail: [email protected]
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