CP-SS-1879E Network Instrumentation Modules NX Digital Output Modules NX-DY1/DY2 Overview Network Instrumentation Modules make optimal distributed configuration a reality. Distributed modules execute cooperative control using Ethernet connectivity. This instrumentation offers an excellent solution for productivity and energy conservation needs. You can select a type of output that depends on the module type. •• Transister sink type •• Transister source type Logical arithmetic is available for each output. 32 groups of logical operations are provided. Since the SLP-NX Smart Loader Package can be connected via Ethernet, Network Instrumentation Modules can be set up and monitored over an Ethernet communications network. Features •• 32 groups of logical operations are provided One operation group consists of four inputs and one output •• Time proportional output Assign the MV of another controller module to own output Approximation by Linearization Table •• One-shot pulse output •• Event output using instantaneous values Assign the ON/ OFF status of another module to own event •• Ethernet and RS-485 as standard features •• Up to 16 digital outputs per module •• Side connectors for reduced wiring •• Support for reduced wiring and distributed layout through daisy-chain connection •• 6 LED indicators (18 LEDs), and additional LEDs depending on the model, provide abundant status information •• 3-part structure for easy maintenance •• Linked modules can make use of input and output from Basic function block diagram of the NX-DY1/2 Other modules Data transfer between modules Functional processor Transister 16 outputs • Outputs ON OFF/ Time proportional/ One-shot • Logical arithmetic PhotoMOS relay 1 event • Approximation by Communications input/output Ethernet communications Communications input/output RS-485 (3-wire) communications Linearization Table • MV Branching • Event output Loader communication 24 Vdc power 1 SLP-NX Smart Loader Package Specifications Model No. Wiring method Output No. of outputs Common terminal Output type Isolation between channels Recommended supply voltage NX-DY1 NX-DY2 Regular terminal block or screwless terminal block (available soon; ordered by model No.), screw terminals on base (for power and RS-485 communications) 16 One for every eight channeles Transistor (sink type) Transistor (source type) Channels 1–8 isolated from 9–16 24 Vdc Allowable supply voltage 21.6–26.4 Vdc Allowable output current 100 mAdc max./1 ch Digital output power supply voltage monitoring Event output Off-state lekage current 1.0 mA max. ON-state maximum voltage drop 1.5 Vmax. (at 24 Vdc 0.1 A) Output refresh cycle 50 ms Power interruption detecting voltage 20.4 Vdc max. Detectiong terminals 1–8 ch (VCC1) No. of outputs 1 Rated contact voltage 12–24 Vdc Applicable voltage range 10–30 Vdc Allowable output current 100 mAdc max. Output type Photo MOS relay output (non-voltage Form A contact) Polarity None Protection circuit Over current protection (self recover type) OFF-state leakage current 100 uA max. Output refresh cycle 50 ms ON-state maximum voltage drop 2 V max. (at 24 Vdc 0.1 A) Loader Compatible loader communications Cable SLP-NX-J70 or SLP-NX-J70PRO, SLP-NX-J71, SLP-NX-J71PRO RS-485 Signal level communications Network Conforms to RS-485 USB loader cable is included with the dedicated loader (SLP-NX-J70/SLP-NX-J70PRO) Multidrop (up to 31 units as slave stations for one host) Half-duplex, start/stop synchronization Communication/ synchronization method Max. line length 500 m No. of wires 3-wire system Transmission speed 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, or 115200 bps Terminating resistor External (150 Ω 1/2 W min.) Data length 7 or 8 bits Stop bit 1 or 2 bits Parity bit Even, odd, or none Protocol Selectable from CPL, MODBUS/ASCII, and MODBUS/RTU Ethernet Transmission path type communications (When using a Connector communications Cable adapter) Protocol IEEE802.3u 100BASE-TXIEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX (With full duplex and auto MDI/MDI-X functions. The auto negotiation function must be activated on connected modules.) RJ-45 UTP cable (4P) Cat 5e (straight) (ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B both ends) CPL/TCP, MODBUS/TCP 2 Model No. NX-DY1 NX-DY2 General Standard conditions Ambient temperature 23±2℃ specifications 60 ±5 % RH (without condensation) Ambient humidity Supply power 24 Vdc Vibration 0 m/s2 Shock 0 m/s2 Installation angle Reference plane ±3° Operating conditions Ambient temperature 0 to 50°C (under installed unit) Transportation conditions others Ambient humidity 10–90 % RH (without condensation) Allowable operating power voltage 21.6–26.4 Vdc Vibration 0 to 3.2 m/s2 (10 to 150 Hz for 2 h each in x, y, and z directions) Shock 0–9.8 m/s2 Installation angle Reference plane ±3° Dust 0.3 mg/m3 max. Corrosive gas None Altitude 2000 m max. Pollution degree 2 (equivalent to a normal office environment) Ambient temperature -20 to +70°C Ambient humidity 5–95 % RH (without condensation) Vibration 0–9.8 m/s2 (10 to 150 Hz for 2 h each in x, y, and z directions) Shock 0–300 m/s2 (vertically 3 times while on DIN rail) Package drop test 60 cm drop height (free drop on 1 corner, 3 edges, and 6 planes) Memory backup Nonvolatile memory (EEPROM) EEPROM erase/write cycles Up to 100,000 Dielectric strength 500 Vac for 1 min (between power terminals 1 and 2, and between power terminals and isolated I/O terminals) Insulation resistance Power consumption 500 Vdc, 20 MΩ or more (between power terminals 1 and 2, and between power terminals and isolated I/O terminals) 4 W max. (under operating conditions) Operation after power- Warmup time is approx. 10 s (time until normal operation, under standard conditions) on Inrush current Max. 20 A (under operating conditions) External dimensions 30 × 100 × 100 mm (for details, see the external dimensions drawing) Case material Modified PPO resin Case color Black Mass 200 g max. Mounting method DIN rail Included accessories Manual No. CP-UM-5564JE Terminal screw tightening torque Compliance 0.6 ±0.1 N•m CE (EN61326-1) cUL (UL61010-1) 3 Model Number Basic model No. Type NX- Ring connection Wiring method Channels Option Addition Description Network Instrumentation module DY1 Digital output (Transistor output sink type) DY2 Digital output (Transistor output source type) N Non-ring connection R Ring connection T Screw terminal block S Screwless terminal block 16 16 channels 0 None 0 None D Inspection certificate T Tropicalization treatment K Anti-sulfide treatment B Tropicalization treatment + Inspection certificate L Anti-sulfide treatment + Inspection certificate *. Soon available 4 * External Dimensions yy Removal method (1)Slide the lock lever of the terminal block to the left to unlock the terminal block. (2)Pull the bottom of the terminal block out towards you. ■■External dimensions yy Regular terminal block model 30 MOD COM 1 NST 104 FAIL F0 5 32.3 PWR RUN 8 F9 (1) LOCK (2) (3) (25) 5 (10) (2) yy Mounting method (1)Tilt the terminal block and insert the upper part of the terminal block into the groove in the case. (2)Install by pushing in the lower side of the terminal block. (3)Slide the lock lever of the terminal block to the right to lock the terminal block. 100 NX-DY2N (1) Mounting ■■Location The minimum required clearances are shown below. Wiring duct, etc. 50 mm 80 mm 50 mm Wiring duct, etc. Wiring duct, etc. NX Connect this module to other modules using the connectors on the left and right sides of the base. Connect modules together before installing them on the DIN rail. Connecting the modules connects the power and communication of each module, reducing the amount of wiring that is required. With RS-485 communication, the module on the right side can be disconnected using the RS-485 cutoff switch on the base. Wiring duct, etc. 50 mm 50 mm ■■Module connection NX 50 mm ■■Mounting method 50 mm Wiring duct, etc. Use this unit after securing it to a DIN rail. After mounting the DIN rail, pull open the locking tab an adequate amount and then attach the base to the rail. Next, push in the DIN rail locking tab upwards until it clicks into place. Wiring duct, etc. Do not install in a location having any of the following characteristics: •• High or low temperatures or high or low humidity outside of the specification range •• Sulfide gas or other corrosive gases •• Dust or oily smoke •• Direct sunlight, wind or rain •• M e c h a n i c a l v i b r a t i o n o r s h o c k o u t s i d e o f t h e specification range •• Nearby high-voltage lines, welding machines or other sources of electrical noise •• Within 15 meters of a device with high-voltage ignition, such as a boiler •• Strong magnetic fields •• Flammable liquid or gas Handling Precautions •• Mount the unit so that it is vertical with the DIN rail locking tab at the bottom. •• Link this unit before installing it on the DIN rail. ■■Attaching the main unit to the base Handling Precautions •• Use the base and main unit from the same package together as a pair. •• First attach the hook at the bottom of the main unit to the base. Not doing so might cause damage. (1)Attach the hook at the bottom of the main unit to the base. (2)Insert the upper part of the main unit until the lever clicks into place. ■■Terminal block mounting and removal (2) Lever Handling Precautions •• Do not remove the terminal block other than for work, such as: •• When wiring before installing the unit •• During maintenance (1) Hook 5 To remove, press the lever on the top and pull the unit towards you. Names and Functions of Parts Terminal Wiring Diagram ■■Main unit LED operation indicators PWR RUN MOD COM NST FAIL ■■Wiring diagram PWR RUN 1 PWR RUN MOD COM NST 1 5 F0 F1 F5 F9 FAIL 9 Loader jack NX-DY1N MOD COM NST 5 F0 13 F1 A0 B0 A1 B1 Output indicators for channels 9–16 F1 operation indicators A2 B2 A5 B5 A6 B6 A7 B7 A8 B8 Load B2 Load B3 Load B4 DY2 Source output VCC1 A0 A0 A1 Load A2 Load A3 Load A4 Load B0 COM1 DO 1 A1 Load DO 3 A2 B2 DO 4 DO 5 A3 B3 DO 6 DO 7 A4 B4 DO 8 Load B1 DO 2 Load Load Load Load VCC1 A5 B5 COM2 Load B6 Load B7 Load B8 Load B9 DO 9 DO 10 DO 11 DO 12 DO 13 DO 14 DO 15 DO 16 Load A7 Load A8 Load A9 Load B5 COM2 Side connector: Used to connect modules together Power terminals: 1. 24 Vdc (+) 2. 24 Vdc (–) Connected (default) 1 4 2 5 6 RS-485 communications terminals: Terminals for 3-wire RS-485 communications 4: DA (+) 5: DB (–) 6: SG 6 Load DO 9 A6 Load DO 11 A7 B7 DO 12 DO 13 A8 B8 DO 14 DO 15 A9 B9 DO 16 Load B6 DO 10 Load Load Load Load Event output EV1 AA or Load RS-485 cutoff switch: Used to disconnect RS-485 communications with the right side module. Load VCC2 A5 A6 BA COM3 LOCK Close-up CONNECT AA BA ■■Base CONNECT A9 B9 LOCK B1 A4 B4 Connection terminal Load VCC1 COM1 DO 1 DO 2 DO 3 DO 4 DO 5 DO 6 DO 7 DO 8 A3 B3 Push button DIN rail locking tab: Used for fastening to the DIN rail B0 NX-DY1N Operation indicators for channels 1–8 F0 operation indicators Not connected DY1 Sink output FAIL Load Load ■■Wiring precautions ■■RS-485 communication connections •• Make sure that the wiring follows regulations for indoor wiring and technical standards for electrical equipment. •• To avoid damage caused by lightning, do not run wiring outdoors. •• When connecting wires to the power terminals, use crimp terminals with insulating sleeves. •• Before wiring the unit, verify the device’s model No. and terminal Nos. written on the wiring diagram on the side of the main unit. •• Use M3 crimp terminal lugs for wiring to regular (screw) terminal blocks. •• Make sure that no crimp terminal lugs touch adjacent terminals. •• Leave a distance of at least 60 cm between I/O wires and communications wires or power wires. Also, do not pass such wires through the same conduit or wiring duct. •• When connecting the unit to another device in parallel, check its connection requirements carefully before instrumentation. •• To ensure stability, the unit is designed so that after the power is turned ON, it will not operate for about 10 seconds. •• After wiring, check that there are no wiring mistakes before turning the power ON. Connect CPL and MODBUS (RS-485 communication) as shown below. 4 •• Attach a 0.5 W or greater terminating resistor of 150 Ω ± 5 % at each end of the communications lines. If a device does not allow terminating resistor to be placed in the same line, follow the instructions for that device. •• Be sure to connect the SG terminals together. Failure to do so might cause unstable communications. •• Use twisted pair cable for communication wiring. ■■I/O isolation The solid lines in the diagram below indicate isolation from the rest of the circuit. Power supply (including side connector)*1 Logic circuits Loader jack RS-485 Ethernet communications through side connector*1 Displays (led, switch, etc.) Ring communication through side connector*1 Digital output channels 1–8 Digital output channels 9–16 Event output 1 *1. Power, side-connector ring communications, and RS-485/side-connector Ethernet communications are isolated from each other connector. 2 5 6 Handling Precautions Connect the power terminals as shown below. 4 5 DA (+) DB (-) SG ■■Power connections 1 2 1 6 Instrument power supply 24 Vdc Handling Precautions •• Electrical power is transferred between connected modules. •• Supply power to any one of the connected modules. •• Use a power source that has ample capacity for the total power consumption of the connected modules. 7 Please read the "Terms and Conditions" from the following URL before ordering or use: http://www.azbil.com/products/bi/order.html Specifications are subject to change without notice. 1-12-2 Kawana, Fujisawa Kanagawa 251-8522 Japan URL: http://www.azbil.com/ (10) 1st Edition: Issued in Apr. 2012 8 No part of this publication may be reproduced or duplicated without the prior written permission of Azbil Corporation.
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