EXOML0011 A

EXOML0011 A
No.EX##-OML0011-A
Fieldbus Device
Handheld Terminal
PRODUCT NAME
EX600-HT1A
MODEL/ Series
Table of Contents
Safety Instructions
2
Model Indication and How to Order
8
Names and Functions of Product
8
Definition and terminology
9
Mounting and Installation
10
Precautions before mounting
10
Wiring
11
Setting and Adjustment
12
Basic operation
12
Mode selection
13
1. I/O monitor
15
2. Diagnosis Data
24
3. Sys. Configuration
27
4. Parameter Setting
33
5. Terminal Setting
47
Troubleshooting
50
Parameter Setting
52
Specification
53
Specifications
53
Dimensions
53
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Safety Instructions
These safety instructions are intended to prevent hazardous situations and/or equipment damage.
These instructions indicate the level of potential hazard with the labels of "Caution", "Warning" or
"Danger". They are all important notes for safety and must be followed in addition to International
standards (ISO/IEC), Japan Industrial Standards (JIS) ∗1 and other safety regulations∗2.
∗1 ISO 4414: Pneumatic fluid power - - General rules relating to systems.
ISO 4413: Hydraulic fluid power - - General rules relating to systems.
IEC 60204-1: Safety of machinery - -Electrical equipment of machines. (Part 1: General requirements)
ISO 10218-1992: Manipulating industrial robots -Safety.
JIS B 8370: General rules for pneumatic equipment.
JIS B 8361: General rules for hydraulic equipment.
JIS B 9960-1: Safety of machinery - Electrical equipment of machines. (Part 1: General requirements)
JIS B 8433-1993: Manipulating industrial robots - Safety.
etc.
∗2 Labor Safety and Sanitation Law, etc.
Caution :
Warning :
Danger :
CAUTION indicates a hazard with a low level of risk which, if not avoided,
could result in minor or moderate injury.
WARNING indicates a hazard with a medium level of risk which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
DANGER indicates a hazard with a high level of risk which, if not avoided,
will result in death or serious injury.
Warning
1. The compatibility of the product is the responsibility of the person who designs the
equipment or decides its specifications.
Since the product specified here is used under various operating conditions, its compatibility with specific
equipment must be decided by the person who designs the equipment or decides its specifications based on
necessary analysis and test results. The expected performance and safety assurance of the equipment will be
the responsibility of the person who has determined its compatibility with the product. This person should also
continuously review all specifications of the product referring to its latest catalog information, with a view to giving
due consideration to any possibility of equipment failure when configuring the equipment.
2. Only personnel with appropriate training should operate machinery and equipment.
The product specified here may become unsafe if handled incorrectly. The assembly, operation and
maintenance of machines or equipment including our products must be performed by an operator who is
appropriately trained and experienced.
3. Do not service or attempt to remove product and machinery/equipment until safety is confirmed.
1. The inspection and maintenance of machinery/equipment should only be performed after measures to prevent
falling or runaway of the driven objects have been confirmed.
2. When the product is to be removed, confirm that the safety measures as mentioned above are implemented
and the power from any appropriate source is cut, and read and understand the specific product precautions of
all relevant products carefully.
3. Before machinery/equipment is restarted, take measures to prevent unexpected operation and malfunction.
4. Contact SMC beforehand and take special consideration of safety measures if the product is
to be used in any of the following conditions.
1. Conditions and environments outside of the given specifications, or use outdoors or in a place exposed to direct
sunlight.
2. Installation on equipment in conjunction with atomic energy, railways, air navigation, space, shipping, vehicles,
military, medical treatment, combustion and recreation, or equipment in contact with food and beverages,
emergency stop circuits, clutch and brake circuits in press applications, safety equipment or other applications
unsuitable for the standard specifications described in the product catalog.
3. An application which could have negative effects on people, property, or animals requiring special safety
analysis.
4. Use in an interlock circuit, which requires the provision of double interlock for possible failure by using a
mechanical protective function, and periodical checks to confirm proper operation.
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Caution
1. The product is provided for use in manufacturing industries.
The product herein described is basically provided for peaceful use in manufacturing industries.
If considering using the product in other industries, consult SMC beforehand and exchange specifications
or a contract if necessary.
If anything is unclear, contact your nearest sales branch.
Limited warranty and Disclaimer/Compliance Requirements
The product used is subject to the following "Limited warranty and Disclaimer" and "Compliance
Requirements".
Read and accept them before using the product.
Limited warranty and Disclaimer
1. The warranty period of the product is 1 year in service or 1.5 years after the product is delivered ∗3.
Also, the product may have specified durability, running distance or replacement parts. Please
consult your nearest sales branch.
2. For any failure or damage reported within the warranty period which is clearly our responsibility, a
replacement product or necessary parts will be provided.
This limited warranty applies only to our product independently, and not to any other damage
incurred due to the failure of the product.
3. Prior to using SMC products, please read and understand the warranty terms and disclaimers noted
in the specified catalog for the particular products.
∗3 Vacuum pads are excluded from this 1 year warranty.
A vacuum pad is a consumable part, so it is warranted for a year after it is delivered.
Also, even within the warranty period, the wear of a product due to the use of the vacuum pad or failure due to
the deterioration of rubber material are not covered by the limited warranty.
Compliance Requirements
When the product is exported, strictly follow the laws required by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and
Industry (Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Control Law).
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Operator
♦This operation manual has been written for those who have knowledge of machinery and
apparatus that use pneumatic equipment and have full knowledge of assembly, operation and
maintenance of such equipment.
♦Please read this operation manual carefully and understand it before assembling, operating or
providing maintenance to the product.
■Precautions
Warning
■Do not disassemble, modify (including changing the printed circuit board) or repair.
An injury or failure can result.
■Do not operate or set with wet hands.
This may lead to an electric shock.
■Do not operate the product outside of the specifications.
Do not use for flammable or harmful fluids.
Fire, malfunction, or damage to the product can result.
Verify the specifications before use.
■Do not operate in an atmosphere containing flammable or explosive gases.
Fire or an explosion can result.
This product is not designed to be explosion proof.
■Do not press the display.
This may cause injury and damage to the LCD display.
■If using the product in an interlocking circuit:
•Provide a double interlocking system, for example a mechanical system.
•Check the product regularly for proper operation.
Otherwise malfunction can result, causing an accident.
■The following instructions must be followed during maintenance:
•Turn off the power supply.
•Stop the air supply, exhaust the residual pressure and verify that the air is released before performing
maintenance.
Otherwise an injury can result.
■The forced input/output function is used to change the signal status forcibly. When operating this function,
be sure to check the safety of the surrounding and installation.
Otherwise, injury or equipment damage could result.
■Incorrect setting of parameters can cause malfunction. Be sure to check the settings before use.
Otherwise, injury or equipment damage could result.
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Caution
■After maintenance is complete, perform appropriate functional inspections.
Stop operation if the equipment does not function properly.
Safety cannot be assured in the case of unexpected malfunction.
■Changing select Hold/Clear function mode switches the operation of I/O signals in an emergency. Carry
out settings paying attention to safety.
Otherwise, injury or equipment damage could result.
■NOTE
○Follow the instructions given below when designing, selecting and handling the product.
●The instructions on design and selection (installation, wiring, environment, adjustment,
operation, maintenance, etc.) described below must also be followed.
∗Product specifications
•The direct current power supply to combine should be UL 1310 Class2 power supply when conformity to
UL is necessary.
•Use the specified voltage.
Otherwise failure or malfunction can result.
•The power supply for the unit should be 0V as the standard for both the power supply for outputs and the
power supply for inputs and control.
•Do not remove any nameplates or labels.
This can lead to incorrect maintenance, or misreading of the operation manual, which could cause damage or
malfunction to the product.
It may also result in non-conformity to safety standards.
•Beware of inrush current when the power supply is turned on.
Some connected loads can apply an initial charge current which will activate the over current protection function,
causing the unit to malfunction.
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●Product handling
∗Installation
•Do not drop, hit or apply excessive shock to the SI unit.
Otherwise damage to the product can result, causing malfunction.
∗Wiring
•Avoid repeatedly bending or stretching the cables, or placing heavy load on them.
Repetitive bending stress or tensile stress can cause breakage of the cable.
•Wire correctly.
Incorrect wiring can break the product.
•Do not route wires and cables together with power or high voltage cables.
Otherwise the SI unit and/or input or output device can malfunction due to interference of noise and surge voltage
from power and high voltage cables to the signal line.
Route the wires (piping) of the SI unit and/or input or output device separately from power or high voltage cables.
•Confirm proper insulation of wiring.
Poor insulation (interference from another circuit, poor insulation between terminals, etc.) can lead to excess
voltage or current being applied to the product, causing damage.
•Take appropriate measures against noise, such as using a noise filter, when the Fieldbus system is
incorporated into equipment.
Otherwise noise can cause malfunction.
∗Environment
•Do not use the product in area that is exposed to corrosive gases, chemicals, sea water, water or steam.
Otherwise failure or malfunction can result.
•Do not use in an area where surges are generated.
If there is equipment generating large surge near the unit (magnetic type lifter, high frequency inductive furnace,
welding machine, motor, etc.), this can cause deterioration of the internal circuitry element of the unit or result in
damage. Take measures against the surge sources, and prevent the lines from coming into close contact.
•The product is CE marked, but not immune to lightning strikes. Take measures against lightning strikes
in the system.
•Prevent foreign matter such as dust or wire debris from getting inside the product.
•Mount the product in a place that is not exposed to vibration or impact.
Otherwise failure or malfunction can result.
•Do not use the product in an environment that is exposed to temperature cycle.
Heat cycles other than ordinary changes in temperature can adversely affect the inside of the product.
•Do not expose the product to direct sunlight.
If using in a location directly exposed to sunlight, shade the product from the sunlight.
Otherwise failure or malfunction can result.
•Keep within the specified ambient temperature range.
Otherwise malfunction can result.
•Do not operate close to a heat source, or in a location exposed to radiant heat.
Otherwise malfunction can result.
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∗Adjustment and Operation
•Perform settings suitable for the operating conditions.
Incorrect setting can cause operation failure.
•Please refer to the PLC manufacturer's manual etc. for details of programming and addresses.
For the PLC protocol and programming refer to the relevant manufacturer's documentation.
∗Maintenance
•Turn off the power supply, stop the supplied air, exhaust the residual pressure and verify the release of
air before performing maintenance.
There is a risk of unexpected malfunction.
•Perform regular maintenance and inspections.
There is a risk of unexpected malfunction.
•After maintenance is complete, perform appropriate functional inspections.
Stop operation if the equipment does not function properly.
Otherwise safety is not assured due to an unexpected malfunction or incorrect operation.
•Do not use solvents such as benzene, thinner etc. to clean each unit.
They could damage the surface of the body and erase the markings on the body.
Use a soft cloth to remove stains.
For heavy stains, use a cloth soaked with diluted neutral detergent and fully squeezed, then wipe up the stains
again with a dry cloth.
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Model Indication and How to Order
EX600–HT1A–
Length of Cable for Handheld Terminal
Symbol
Content
Nil
Without cable
1
1m
3
3m
Option
Name
Product number
Handheld Terminal cable 1m
EX600-AC010-1
Handheld Terminal cable 3m
EX600-AC030-1
Names and Functions of Product
No.
Description
Function
1
LCD display
Displays operation items and information about the unit.
2
ENTER button (
3
Cursor direction buttons
( ,
,
,
)
Moves the cursor of the LCD display up, down, left and right.
In the selection screen, move the cursor up, down, left and right to select the
item.
In the setting screen, increase/decrease or turn ON/OFF the set value.
4
F2 button (
Functions according to the display or instructions on the screen.
5
Connecter
)
)
In the selecting screen, this button shifts the screen to the item that has been
selected.
In the setting screen, it registers what has been set on that screen so far.
Connects the Cable for Handheld Terminal.
6
Cable for Handheld Terminal
7
F1 button (
Connects the SI unit and Handheld Terminal.
8
Escape button (
9
ERROR display LED
The LED turns ON when a diagnostic error occurs. ∗
10
POWER display LED
The LED turns ON when the EX600 SI unit is connected and the power is
supplied.
Functions according to the display or instructions on the screen.
)
)
In the selection screen, this button will return the screen to the previous page.
In the setting screen, it cancels what has been set so far on that screen, and
returns the screen to the previous page.
∗: Refer to Troubleshooting (page 50) for the further details of countermeasures.
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■Definition and terminology
Terminology
C
D
E
H
M
O
P
S
Channel number
Sequential number given to each input and output on an individual module
(Refer to the manual of each unit for the arrangement of the channels).
Number given for each unit’s input and output point. Please refer to the manual
of each unit for the arrangement of the channel.
Diagnostic
Function of EX600 to self monitor if error has occurred or configuration has
changed.
Error log
A chronological list of previous errors occurred. A maximum of 30 errors can be
recorded.
Enforced output function
A function to drive an output signal forcibly, ignoring control data from the PLC.
Enforced input function
A function to specify an input signal forcibly, ignoring signal from the connected
sensor.
Handheld Terminal
(H.T.)
Connected to the dedicated connector of the SI unit to adjust the internal
parameters, monitor the status of all input and output signals, and turn on input
and output forcedly.
Manifold number
The number of the EX600 manifold that includes the selected unit. This function
will be utilized in the future. Until then, the current state will always be 0.
ON/OFF counter
Counter of number of times when output or input changes from OFF to ON.
Parameter copy function
Function to copy selected unit parameter setting to all units in the manifold or
also to copy channel parameter to all channels in the same unit.
Power save
The LCD’s backlight is turned off to save power.
SI unit
Abbreviation of serial interface unit. A unit connected to a PLC to communicate
input and output data.
Tag
An electronic, 4 character name that can be given to units. This name can help
with unit management. Electronic name can be given to manage units. Each
unit can be given maximum of 4 digits of character.
Unit number
Selected unit’s number. Unit connected right of the end plate becomes unit
number 0.
T
U
Definition
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Mounting and Installation
■Precautions before mounting
The units that can be connected vary depending on the Handheld Terminal product number.
Check the applicable unit type before mounting the unit.
Product number of the Handheld Terminal
Units that can be assembled
EX600-SPR□
Product nunber
SI unit
Digital input unit
Disital output unit
Digital I/O unit
EX600-HT1
EX600-HT1A
○
○
EX600-SPR□A
○
○
EX600-SDN□
○
○
EX600-SDN□A
○
○
EX600-SMJ□
○
○
EX600-SEN□
×
○
EX600-DX□B
○
○
EX600-DX□C□
○
○
EX600-DX□D
○
○
EX600-DX□E
×
○
EX600-DX□F
×
○
EX600-DY□B
○
○
EX600-DY□E
×
○
EX600-DY□E1
×
○
EX600-DY□F
×
○
EX600-DM□E
×
○
EX600-DM□F
×
○
Analog input unit
EX600-AXA
○
○
Analog output unit
EX600-AYA
×
○
Analog I/O unit
EX600-AMB
×
○
∗1: EX600-HT1 cannot recognize EX600-D□□E, EX600-D□□F, Ex600-AYA and EX600-AMB.
Find the product number of the Handheld Terminal referring to the label shown in the figure below.
•EX600-HT1A
•EX600-HT1A
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■Wiring
Insert the cable for Handheld Terminal into the connector, with the connectors aligned in the same direction.
•Connect the M12 connector on the Handheld Terminal cable into the connector (PCI) of the SI unit.
(1)Align the mark A on the metal bracket of the cable side connector (plug/socket) with the mark B.
(2)Align the mark C on the unit and insert the connector into the unit vertically.
If they are not aligned, the connector cannot be joined properly.
(3)When the mark B of the connector has been turned 180 degrees (1/2 turn), wiring is completed. Confirm
that the connection is not loose. If turned too far, it will become hard to remove the connector.
(1)
(2)
(3)
●Precautions for handling
•If there is any foreign matter or water droplets stuck to or inside the SI unit or Handheld Terminal,
clean and remove them before connecting the cable. If the SI unit is installed in an environment
where residual liquid is accumulated, use a soft cloth to gently remove it.
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Setting and Adjustment
■Basic operation
Supply of Power
(1)When the SI Unit is connected to the cable, the power is supplied to the Handheld Terminal.
(2)The POWER LED (green) turns ON, and the start-up screen is displayed on the LCD display.
(3)Then the screen shifts to the mode selection screen.
(4)The operation is explained on the following pages.
Power OFF
During Main Menu screen, remove the cable connected to the SI unit
Power Saving
When the
button is pressed for 2 seconds or longer while the power supply is ON, the display on the
button to reset it.
display on the LCD screen disappears. Press the
●Precautions for handling
•The connector should be removed only when the mode selection screen is displayed.
Failure, accident and malfunction can result.
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■Mode selection
Outline of modes
The Handheld Terminal has five modes.
Each mode further consists of detailed mode levels,
which can be used to set and check each type of data.
No.
Mode
Outline
1
I/O Monitor
Displays the unit input and output status and performs forced input and output.
(Refer to page 15)
2
Diagnosis Data
Displays the input and output status of the unit, detailed error contents and error log.
(Refer to page 24)
3
Sys. Configuration
Sets the sysytem operation as follows. (Refer to page 29)
1. Edits the tag name of each unit.
2. Update the unit structre memorry infomaion.
3. Select the Hold/Clear function to be set either by the SI unit switches, or by the
Handheld Terminal.
4. Clears the ON/OFF counter valve of each unit.
5. Resets the parameters of each unit to the default values.
6. Clear all error logs.
4
Parameter Setting
Sets various parameters. (Refer to page 35)
Terminal Setting
Sets the operation of the Handheld Terminal as follows. (Refer to page 49)
1. Sets the contrast of the LCD display screen.
2. Sets the brightness of the LCD display screen.
3. Sets the volume of the click sound when buttons are pressed.
4. Sets the time before entering Power Save mode when no operation is performed.
5. Returns the settings 1 to 4 above to the default values.
6. Change the password.
5
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Follow of mode selection
1. In the mode selection screen, move the cursor up and down by pressing the
or
button and select
the next mode.
2. When the mode is selected and the
button is pressed, the screen shifts to the top screen of each
mode.
button.
3. To return to the mode selection screen from the top screen of the each mode, press the
∗: When each button is pressed, the mode shifts in the direction indicated by the arrow.
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■1. I/O monitor
Mode levels
The I/O monitor mode is composed as shown in the diagram below.
Press the
button in each screen to
return to the previous screen.
Mode
Outline
1. Unit Selection
Select the unit to perform the operation from 2 to 4. (Refer to page 16)
2. Data monitor and channel selection
Input and output status of the unit, error information, and ON/OFF count
values are displayed. (Refer to page 17)
3. Unit information display
The information of the unit selected is displayed. (Refer to page 19)
4. Forced input and output
The input and output signal of the unit is forcibly operated with the
Handheld Terminal. (Refer to page 20)
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1. Unit selection
♦Explanation of screen
a) Manifold number ∗1/Unit number ∗2
Displays the manifold number and unit number of the unit selected.
b) Unit symbol (Refer to page 54)
Select the unit with the
and
buttons.
or
buttons.
c) The next unit structure will be displayed by pressing the
∗1: The manifold number is function which will be used for extension in the future, so “0” is always display.
∗2: The unit positioned closest to the endplate is numbered as 0. An example is shown below.
•Example of unit number
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2. Data monitor and channel selection
•For Digital unit
♦Explanation of screen
a) Displayed unit symbol (Refer to page 52)
b) Tag name (Refer to page 28)
c) Manifold number/Unit number (Refer to page 16)
d) Channel number
e) Error code (Refer to page 51)
f) Channel selection cursor
Select the channel with the
,
,
and
buttons.
buttons.
g) Other channels are displayed with the
and
h) Display of channel status
○: OFF
●: ON
×: Error
i) The next error is displayed with the
and
buttons.
j) Error code details (Refer to page 51)
k) Counter value ∗ (SI, DX, DY, DM only)
The count ON/OFF counter values are displayed.
∗: The update interval of the ON/OFF counter value depends on the unit. When the power source is turned on, counting starts from the
counter value that was present at the time the power was switched OFF. The memory update interval of the units is as shown below.
•SI Unit
Updates from valve output 0 every 30 seconds.
•Digital unit (DX, DY, DM)
Updates for all channels every one hour.
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•For Analog unit
♦Explanation of screen
a) Displayed unit symbol (Refer to page 54)
b) Tag name (Refer to page 30)
c) Manifold number/Unit number (Refer to page 16)
d) Channel number
e) Error code (Refer to page 53)
f) Channel selection cursor
Select the channel with the
and
buttons.
buttons.
g) Other channels are displayed with the
and
h) Display of channel status
•When analog data format is set to other than Scaled.
±□□□mA: Input or output value (Current range)
±□□□V : Input or output value (Voltage range)
×
: Error
•When analog data format is set to Scaled.
±□□•••□ : Input or output value
×
: Error
The
or
button is pressed, the display changes as shown below.
±□□□mA: Input or output value (Current range)
±□□□V : Input or output value (Voltage range)
i) The next error is displayed with the
and
buttons.
j) Error code details (Refer to page 53)
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3. Unit information display
♦Explanation of screen
a) Displayed unit symbol (Refer to page 54)
b) Tag name (Refer to page 30)
c) Part number (Refer to page 54)
d) Manifold number (Refer to page 16)
e) Unit number (Refer to page 16)
f) Number of bytes that SI unit occupies (Input/Output)
g) Number of total input bytes
(Digital input + Analog input + Diagnostic data)
h) Number of total output bytes
(Digital output + Analog output)
i) Number of total digital input bytes
j) Number of total digital output bytes
k) Number of total analog input bytes
l) Number of total analog output bytes
m) Number of diagnostic information data bytes
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4. Forced input and output
Digital and analog input and output data is forcibly changed. When forced input is sent, the forced input data is
read regardless of the input signal sent from an input device. When forced output is sent, the forced output
data is set regardless of the output data from PLC.
Warning
■The forced input/output function is used to change the signal status forcibly. When operating this function,
be sure to check the safety of the surrounding and installation.
Otherwise, injury or equipment damage could result.
1. Press the
button.
2. Enter the password.
3. [Enforce] at the top left starts flashing.
The display on the forced input and output units will be
displayed with white and black reversed.
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•Forced input and output screen of the Digital unit
♦Explanation of screen
a) Displayed unit symbol (Refer to page 52)
b) Tag name (Refer to page 28)
c) Manifold number/Unit number (Refer to page 16)
d) Channel number
e) Channel selection cursor
and
buttons.
f) Select the channel with the
1. Select the channel with the
,
,
and
buttons.
button is pressed, the display switches between the three states as shown below.
2. Every time the
3. Select the
button [Set] or
button [Cancel].
Set
: Fix the data selected and send it to the unit.
Cancel: Reset all the forced input and output to the current value.
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•Forced input and output screen of the Analog unit
♦Explanation of screen
a) Displayed unit symbol (Refer to page 52)
b) Tag name (Refer to page 28)
c) Manifold number/Unit number (Refer to page 16)
d) Channel number
e) Channel selection cursor
f) Select the channel with the
and
buttons.
g) Display mode switch symbol
1. Select the channel with the
and
buttons and
button pressed, the screen shifts to the value
input selection screen.
2. An underline is displayed under the digits to be input.
The underline is shifted to the digits to be set with the
and
buttons.
buttons.
Values and ± are changed with the
and
button to fix the value and return the screen to the previous page.
3. Press the
4. Select the
button [Set] or
button [Cancel].
Set
: Fix the data selected and send it to the unit.
Cancel: Reset all the forced input and output data to the current value.
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Input of password
When settings are changed in each mode, the password needs to be entered for confirmation.
(The default setting is "0000".)
1. Press the
button.
2. Press the
button.
3. Enter the password.
Select the digit to be entered with the
and
buttons.
Select the characters with the
and
button.
button is pressed, the value will
Every time the
change from A to Z and 0 to 9. When the
button
is pressed, the value changes in the opposite
direction.
∗: If the password does not match, "wrong password" is displayed
on the input screen. In that case, enter the correct password
again.
∗: When changing the settings after the unit has recovered from the POWER SAVE mode, it is necessary to enter the password again.
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■2. Diagnosis Data
Mode levels
The diagnostic data check mode is composed as shown in the figure below.
Press the
button in each screen to return
to the previous screen.
1.Data monitor and channel selection
Mode
Outline
1. Channel status display
Input and output status of channels and error information are displayed.
(Refer to page 17, 18)
2. Display of error details
Diagnostic error information is displayed per system and unit in detail.
(Refer to page 25)
3. Error log indication
The latest error log of the EX600 system is displayed in the order errors
were generated (30 errors max.). (Refer to page 26)
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2. Display of error details
♦Explanation of screen
a) Unit symbol (Refer to page 52)
b) Manifold number/Unit number (Refer to page 16)
and
buttons.
c) The unit structure is displayed with the
and
buttons.
d) The next error is displayed with the
e) Error code (Refer to page 51)
f) Error code details (Refer to page 51)
∗: When the unit is selected and the
button is pressed, the screen shift to the channel status display screen. (Refer to page 24)
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3. Error log indication
The errors that have been generated are displayed in order from the top.
♦Explanation of screen
a) Error log number
b) Manifold number/Unit number (Refer to page 16)
c) Channel number
d) Displayed unit symbol (Refer to page 52)
e) The next error log is displayed with the
and
buttons.
f) h: hour, m: minute, s: second
The time elapsed from when the power supply was applied until the time when error was generated is
displayed.
When the power supply of the SI unit is turned off, the time is reset.
g) Error code (Refer to page 51)
h) Error code details (Refer to page 51)
-26No.EX##-OML0011-A
■3. Sys. Configuration
Mode levels
The system operation setting mode is composed as shown in the figure below.
1. Select [3. Sys. Configuration] and press the
button.
2. Enter the password.
3. Select items with the
button.
Mode
and
buttons and press the
Outline
1. Tag Input
The tag name of the unit is compiled. (Refer to page 28)
2. Re Register
The structure memory information of the unit is updated.
(Refer to page 29)
3. Hold/Clear
This mode is used to select whether the Hold/Clear function is set by the
switch on the SI unit or by the Handheld Terminal. (Refer to page 30)
4. Clr Counter Value
The ON/OFF counter value of each unit is cleared. (Refer to page 31)
5. Parameter Default
Parameters of each unit are reset to the default values.
(Refer to page 32)
6. Clear Error Log
All error logs are cleared. (Refer to page 32)
-27No.EX##-OML0011-A
1. Tag Input
It is possible to set an arbitrary name for each unit.
1. Select [1. Tag Input] and press the
2. Select the unit with the
button.
and
button.
buttons and press the
3. Edit the tag name.
Refer to [Password input] (page 23) for how to edit the tag name.
button.
4. Press the
The compilation of the tag name is completed.
-28No.EX##-OML0011-A
2. Re Register
It is possible to compare the unit structure stored in the memory with the current unit structure in EX600.
If the structure is different, a diagnostic error will be generated.
1. Select [2. Re Register] and press the
2. Press the
button.
button.
button.
3. Press the
The update of the structure memory is completed.
∗1: PROFIBUS DP compatible SI unit is not applicable to memory structure.
-29No.EX##-OML0011-A
3. Hold/Clear
This mode changes whether Hold/Clear function is set by the switch on the SI unit or by the Handheld
Terminal.
Caution
■Changing select Hold/Clear function mode switches the operation of I/O signals in an emergency. Carry
out settings paying attention to safety.
Otherwise, injury or equipment damage could result.
1. Select [3. Hold/Clear] and press the
button.
2. Press the
or
buttons to select [Handheld] or [Switch].
Handheld: Hold/Clear function is carried out using the Handheld
Terminal setting.
Switch: Hold/Clear function is carried out using the switch setting
of the SI unit.
button.
3. Press the
This selects the mode, and returns to the system operating
setting screen.
-30No.EX##-OML0011-A
4. Clr Counter Value
1. Select [4. Clr Counter Value] and press the
button.
and
buttons and press the
2. Select the unit with the
It is not possible to select the analog unit.
button.
3. The counter value of each channel of the unit selected is displayed.
Select the channel with the
and
buttons.
(If all the channels are cleared, this operation is not necessary.)
4. Press the
button.
button.
5. Press the
The counter values of the channel
selected or all of the channels are
cleared.
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5. Parameter Default
1. Select [5. Parameter Default] and press the
button.
2. Press the
button.
Return all the parameter settings to the default values, and return
to the system operation setting screen.
Warning
■Incorrect setting of parameters can cause malfunction. Be sure to check the settings before use.
Otherwise, injury or equipment damage could result.
6. Clear Error Log
1. Select [6. Clear Error Log] and press the
button.
button.
2. Press the
Clears all the error logs, and returns to the system operation
setting screen.
-32No.EX##-OML0011-A
■4. Parameter Setting
Mode levels
The parameter setting mode is composed as shown in the figure below.
Press the
button in each screen to return
to the previous screen.
Mode
Outline
1. Selection of parameter
All the parameters of the unit selected are displayed. (Refer to page 34)
2. Explanation of parameter
Parameter details are explained. (Refer to page 34)
3. Unit parameter setting
Parameters of each unit are set. (Refer to page 35)
4. Channel parameter setting
Parameters of each channel are set. (Refer to page 41)
-33No.EX##-OML0011-A
1. Selection of parameter
♦Explanation of screen
a) Name of each parameter to be set
and
b) The next parameter is displayed with the
c) Parameters that can be set in each unit only.
d) Parameters that can be set in each channel only.
buttons.
2. Explanation of parameter
♦Explanation of screen
a) Name of each parameter to be set
b) Parameter details
-34No.EX##-OML0011-A
3. Unit parameter setting
button on the parameter selection
1. Press the
screen. Or select the parameters where the [unit] in the
button.
[object] is selected, and press the
2. Enter the password.
3. Select the parameter with the
press the
button.
4. Select the setting value with the
buttons and press the
button.
5. Press the
button to complete the setting.
To copy the set value to units of the same type in the manifold, press the
and
,
buttons and
,
and
button.
6. Press the
button.
Copy is completed, and the screen returns to the unit parameter selection screen.
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No.
1
2
Parameter (Symbol)
Unit parameter selection screen
Select with the
and
buttons.
Select with the
and
buttons.
Analog data format
(D_Format)
Under range
detection
(Undr_Rng)
∗: Information on the parameters can be found in the manual for the SI unit.
-36No.EX##-OML0011-A
No.
3
4
Parameter (Symbol)
Unit parameter selection screen
Select with the
and
buttons.
Select with the
and
buttons.
Over range detection
(Over_Rng)
The power supply
short circuit detection
for the input or output
device
(SC_MonOp)
(SC_MonSs)
Op: Output
Ss: Sensor power
supply
∗: Information on the parameters can be found in the manual for the SI unit.
-37No.EX##-OML0011-A
No.
5
6
Parameter (Symbol)
Unit parameter selection screen
Select with the
and
buttons.
Select with the
and
buttons.
Restart after output
load short circuit
(SC_RstOp)
Power supply for
control and input
voltage monitor
(PWRC_Mon)
∗: Information on the parameters can be found in the manual for the SI unit.
-38No.EX##-OML0011-A
No.
7
8
Parameter (Symbol)
Unit parameter selection screen
Select with the
and
buttons.
Select with the
and
buttons.
Power supply for
output voltage monitor
(PWRO_Mon)
Inrush current filter
(Inrush)
∗: Information on the parameters can be found in the manual for the SI unit.
-39No.EX##-OML0011-A
No.
9
10
Parameter (Symbol)
Unit parameter selection screen
Select with the
and
buttons.
Select with the
and
buttons.
Input filtering time
(Filter_T)
Input extension time
(SigExt_T)
∗: Information on the parameters can be found in the manual for the SI unit.
-40No.EX##-OML0011-A
4. Channel parameter setting
1. Press the
on the parameter selection screen.
Or select the parameters where the [channel] in the
[object] is selected, and press the
button.
2. Select the channel and press the
button.
When the
button is pressed, the information is
updated.
button is pressed, the screen shifts to
When the
the screen that displays error/counter values.
3. Enter the password.
4. Select the parameter with the
press
button.
5. Select the setting value with the
buttons and press
button.
buttons and
and
,
,
and
6. Press the
button to complete the setting.
To copy the set value to channels of the same type in
button.
the unit, press the
7. Press the
button.
Copy is completed, and the screen returns to the channel parameter selection screen.
-41No.EX##-OML0011-A
No.
1
2
Parameter (Symbol)
Channel parameter selection screen
Select with the
and
buttons.
Select with the
and
buttons.
Analog average filter
(Filter)
Analog range
(Range)
∗: Information on the parameters can be found in the manual for the SI unit.
-42No.EX##-OML0011-A
No.
Parameter (Symbol)
Channel parameter selection screen
Select with the
3
buttons.
Move the digit to input with the
buttons.
Output ON/OFF
counter
(Counter)
Changes the values with the
buttons.
Select with the
4
and
and
and
buttons.
Move the digit to input with the
buttons.
User setting value
lower limit error
(Lwr_Lmt)
and
Changes the values with the
buttons.
and
and
∗: Information on the parameters can be found in the manual for the SI unit.
-43No.EX##-OML0011-A
No.
Parameter (Symbol)
Channel parameter selection screen
Select with the
5
buttons.
Move the digit to input with the
buttons.
User setting value
upper limit error
(Upr_Lmt)
Changes the values with the
buttons.
Select with the
6
and
and
and
buttons.
Move the digit to input with the
buttons.
Scale lower limit
setting
(LwLm/Scl)
and
Changes the values with the
buttons.
and
and
∗: Information on the parameters can be found in the manual for the SI unit.
-44No.EX##-OML0011-A
No.
Parameter (Symbol)
Channel parameter selection screen
Select with the
7
buttons.
Move the digit to input with the
buttons.
Scale upper limit
setting
(UpLm/Scl)
Changes the values with the
buttons.
Select with the
8
and
and
and
and
buttons.
Open circuit detection
(OC_Mon)
∗: Information on the parameters can be found in the manual for the SI unit.
-45No.EX##-OML0011-A
No.
9
Parameter (Symbol)
Channel parameter selection screen
Select with the
and
buttons.
Select with the
and
buttons.
Output setting during
communication fault
(Fault_MD)
(Fault_MA)
MD: Digital output
MA: Analog output
10
Output setting for
communication idling
(Idle_MD)
(Idle_MA)
MD: Digital output
MA: Analog output
∗: Information on the parameters can be found in the manual for the SI unit.
-46No.EX##-OML0011-A
■5. Terminal Setting
Mode levels
The Terminal Setting mode is composed as shown in the diagram below.
1. Select [5. Terminal Setting] and press the
button.
2. Selects items with the
and
buttons.
and
buttons.
3. Changes the setting with the
button is pressed, the setting will become
4. When the
valid.
5. Press the
button to return to the mode selection
screen.
Mode
Outline
Default setting
Contrast
The contrast the LCD display is set in 9 stages (0 to 8).
4
Bright
The brightness of the LCD display is set in 5 stages (0 to 4).
2
Key Sound
The button click sound volume is set in 5 stages (0 to 4).
2
PowerSave
The time until the unit goes into POWER SAVE mode when no button
operation is performed is set 5 stages (OFF, 1 min., 3 min., 7 min. and
10 min.).
Default
All of the settings above are returned to the default settings.
Password Change
Change the password. (Refer to page 48)
1M
0000
-47No.EX##-OML0011-A
Password Change
1. Select [Password Change] and press the
button.
2. Input the current password.
Select the digit to be set with the
and
buttons.
Select the words with the
and
button.
Every time the
button is pressed, the value changes from A to
Z and 0 to 9.
button is pressed, the value changes in the opposite
When the
direction.
∗: If the password does not match, "wrong password" is displayed on the input
screen. In that case, enter the correct password again.
3. Enter a new password.
The method of entering the password is the same as above.
4. Press the
button.
A new password is set, and the screen is returned to the terminal
setting screen.
-48No.EX##-OML0011-A
If you forget the password, enter "PASS" and then "WORD" in that order in the password change mode.
A new password can then be set.
1. Enter "PASS", and press the
button.
"∗" is displayed on the lower right of the screen.
2. Enter "WORD", and press the
button.
3. Enter a new password.
(The setting method is the same as in password change
mode.)
4. Press the
button.
A new password is set, and the screen is returned to the
terminal setting screen.
-49No.EX##-OML0011-A
Troubleshooting
No.
1
Failure
ERROR LED is ON.
3
LCD display does not turn
ON.
5
6
Troubleshooting
Power supply error.
•Check whether "PWR" LED of the SI unit lights up in
green.
•Refer to the operation manual of the unit, and supply
a voltage of 24 VDC ±10% to the SI unit power supply
for control and input.
Connection failure of the
cable for Handheld
Terminal.
Check the cable for Handheld Terminal.
EX600 diagnostic error.
Check the error in the diagnostic data check mode.
Refer to the error code list and Operation Manual for
the unit, and take the appropriate countermeasure for
the error.
POWER SAVE mode.
Press the
button and check whether the LCD
display turns ON.
LCD failure.
Stop using the product. Contact your sales
representative.
Connection failure of the
cable for Handheld
Terminal.
Check the cable for Handheld Terminal.
EX600 units are not
connected properly.
If the "ST(M)" LED of the SI unit is flashing in red and
green alternately, check whether the units are
connected properly.
Configuration memory
error.
Check that the layout of the manifold has not been
changed. Refer to the error code list and Operation
Manual for the unit, and take the appropriate
countermeasure for the error.
EX600 units are not
connected properly.
If the "ST(M)" LED of the SI unit is flashing in red and
green alternately, check whether the units are
connected properly.
Failure of Handheld
Terminal.
Stop using the product. Contact your sales
representative.
POWER LED is OFF.
2
4
Possible cause
"Warning System access
is not completed.•••••"
is displayed.
The unit displays "?".
Other Errors.
-50No.EX##-OML0011-A
•Error code list
Error code
Content
0
-
1
Short circuit has occurred.
2
Analog input value has exceeded the lower limit of the range.
3
Analog input value has exceeded the upper limit of the range.
4
-
5
-
6
Broken wire is detected.
7
Analog value (value set by user) has exceeded the upper limit.
8
Analog value (value set by user) has exceeded the lower limit.
9
ON/OFF count has exceeded the set value.
10 to 15
-
16
Power supply voltage level for control and inputs is abnormal.
17
Power supply voltage level for output is abnormal.
18
-
19
Connection error between the units. (When operating)
20
Connection error between the units. (When power is supplied)
21
Configuration memory error.
22
System error.
23
Internal component has failed.
-51No.EX##-OML0011-A
Parameter Setting
Refer to the SI unit Operation Manual of protocol used.
•Unit type
Unit symbol and displayed unit symbol of each unit are displayed.
Unit type
Digital input
Digital output
Unit symbol
Displayed unit symbol
DX (8DI)
EX600-DX□B
EX600-DX□C
EX600-DX□C1
DX (16DI)
EX600-DX□D
EX600-DX□E
EX600-DX□F
DY (8DO)
EX600-DY□B
DY (16DO)
EX600-DY□E
EX600-DY□F
DY (24DO)
EX600-DY□E1
DX
DY
Part number
Digital I/O
DM
DM (8DI8DO)
EX600-DM□E
EX600-DM□F
Analog input
AX
AX (2AI)
EX600-AXA
Analog output
AY
AY (2AO)
EX600-AYA
Analog I/O
AM
AM (2AI2AO)
EX600-AMB
SI (8SOL)
EX600-SDN□, EX600-SDN□A
EX600-SPR□, EX600-SPR□A
EX600-SMJ□
EX600-SEN□
SI (16SOL)
EX600-SDN□(A)
EX600-SPR□(A)
EX600-SMJ□
EX600-SEN□
SI (24SOL)
EX600-SDN□(A)
EX600-SPR□(A)
EX600-SMJ□
EX600-SEN□
SI (32SOL)
EX600-SDN□(A)
EX600-SPR□(A)
EX600-SMJ□
EX600-SEN□
SI unit (Occupies 8 outputs)
SI unit (Occupies 16 outputs)
SI
SI unit (Occupies 24 outputs)
SI unit (Occupies 32 outputs)
-52No.EX##-OML0011-A
Specification
■Specifications
Model
EX600-HT1
Communication type
RS232C
Communication speed
9600 bps
Power supply
24 VDC is supplied from the SI unit
Current consumption
50 mA or more
Display
LCD with back light
Resolution
128x64 dot
Connector
(Handheld Terminal)
14 pin connector
Connector (SI unit)
M12 connector
Environment
Enclosure
IP20
Operating temperature
range
-10 to 50 oC
Storage temperature range
-20 to 60 oC
Operating humidity range
Vibration resistance
Impact resistance
35 to 85%RH (No condensation)
10 to 57 Hz: constant amplitude 0.75 mm p-p
57 to 150 Hz: constant acceleration 49 m/s2
For 2 hours each in directions of X, Y and Z respectively
(De-energized)
300 m/s2 3 times each in directions of X, Y and Z respectively
(De-energized)
Standard
CE marking, RoHS
Weight
160 g
■Dimensions
(39.6)
20
76
170
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Revision history
A: Add the contents of function.
Note: Specifications are subject to change without prior notice and any obligation on the part of the manufacturer.
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