Network Instrumentation Modules NX Digital Output Modules NX-DY1/DY2 Overview

Network Instrumentation Modules NX Digital Output Modules NX-DY1/DY2 Overview
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
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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
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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)
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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
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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.
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•• 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.
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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/
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1st Edition: Issued in Apr. 2012
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