R7C-PA8 TOTALIZED PULSE INPUT MODULE, 8 points BEFORE USE .... POINTS OF CAUTION

R7C-PA8 TOTALIZED PULSE INPUT MODULE, 8 points BEFORE USE .... POINTS OF CAUTION
R7C-PA8
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
TOTALIZED PULSE INPUT MODULE, 8 points
(CC-Link V.1.10)
MODEL
R7C-PA8
BEFORE USE ....
POINTS OF CAUTION
Thank you for choosing M-System. Before use, please check
contents of the package you received as outlined below.
If you have any problems or questions with the product,
please contact M-System’s Sales Office or representatives.
■ GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
•Before you remove the unit or mount it, turn off the power
supply and input signal for safety.
■ PACKAGE INCLUDES:
Totalized pulse input module........................................ (1)
■ MODEL NO.
Confirm that the model number described on the product is
exactly what you ordered.
■ INSTRUCTION MANUAL
This manual describes necessary points of caution when
you use this product, including installation, connection and
basic maintenance procedures.
■ ENVIRONMENT
•Indoor use
•When heavy dust or metal particles are present in the air,
install the unit inside proper housing with sufficient ventilation.
•Do not install the unit where it is subjected to continuous
vibration. Do not subject the unit to physical impact.
•Environmental temperature must be within -10 to +55°C
(14 to 131°F) with relative humidity within 30 to 90% RH
in order to ensure adequate life span and operation.
■ WIRING
•Do not install cables (power supply, input and communication) close to noise sources (relay drive cable, high frequency line, etc.).
•Do not bind these cables together with those in which
noises are present. Do not install them in the same duct.
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■ BAUD RATE
Baud Rate is selected with the rotary switch.
COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
■ FRONT VIEW
23
23
901
901
STATION ADD.
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
456
23
456
23
(F)
0 : 156 kbps
1 : 625 kbps
2 : 2.5 Mbps
3 : 5 Mbps
4 : 10 Mbps
78
X1
456
78
SD
(E)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
X10
78
RUN
RD
(D)
901
ERR
PWR
(C)
901
(B)
78
(A)
456
CNFG.
Baud Rate Setting
B.RATE
■ OPERATING MODE
4
5
6
1
2
7
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
3
1
2
3
(G)
4
5
6
7
8
9
(H)
• Extension (SW1-1, 1-2)
SW1-1SW1-2Extension
OFF
OFF No extension (*)
ON
OFF Discrete input 8 or 16 points
OFF
ON Discrete output 8 or 16 points
■ SIDE VIEW
■ DATA ALLOCATION (SW1-3)
TERM
ON OFF
(I)
SW1-3
Data allocation
OFF
1(*)
ON
4
(*) Factory setting
Caution ! - SW1-4 through SW1-8 are unused. Be sure to
turn off unused ones.
■ POWER SUPPLY, CC-LINK TERMINAL ASSIGNMENT
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
(I)
4
5
6
7
DA DG U(+) V(–)
1
2
3
DB SLD FG
Status Indicator LED *1
Station Address Setting Rotary SW
Baud Rate Setting Rotary SW
Operating Mode Setting DIP SW (SW1)
PC Configurator Jack
Input Status Indicator LED
CC-Link, Power Supply Terminals
Input Terminals
Terminating Resistor SW
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
*1. Refer to ‘Status Indicator LED’ section for detailed information.
■ STATUS INDICATOR LED
ID
COLOR
FUNCTION
PWR
Red
Turns on when the internal 5V is supplied normally.
RUN
Red
Turns on when the refresh data is
received normally.
ERR
Red
Turns on when the received data is
abnormal.
SD
Red
Turns on when the module is transmitting.
RD
Red
Turns on when the module is receiving.
■ STATION ADDRESS
Station Address is selected between 1 and 64 in decimal. The left switch determines the tenths place digit, while the
right switch does the ones place digit of the address.
23
78
78
23
White
Shield
FG
Blue
Yellow
Power input (+)
Power input (–)
■ INPUT TERMINAL ASSIGNMENT
14
15
16
17
18
10
11
12
13
V+ PI0 PI1 PI2 PI3 PI4 PI5 PI6 PI7
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
C3
C4
C5
C6
V− C0
C1
C2
C7
NO.
ID
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
V–
C0
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
FUNCTION
Power (–)
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
Common
NO.
ID
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
V+
PI0
PI1
PI2
PI3
PI4
PI5
PI6
PI7
FUNCTION
Power (+)
Input 0
Input 1
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
Input 5
Input 6
Input 7
456
901
456
DB
SLD
FG
DA
DG
U(+)
V(–)
901
Station Address Setting (x1)
Station Address Setting (x10)
■ USER CONFIGURATION ITEMS
With PC configurator software (model: R7CON)
• Count range reset
•Number to reset at overflow
•Maximum count value
■ TERMINATING RESISTOR
To use the terminating resistor, turn the switch ON, and
OFF to invalidate. (Factory setting OFF)
■ MODULE COMBINATIONS
This module can be attached with any ‘extension’ module.
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INDICATOR LED
■ STATUS INDICATOR LED
PWR
RUN
ERR
SD
RD
ON
ON
BL
BL
ON
Communicates normally with occasional CRC errors due to noise interface.
STATUS
ON
ON
BL
BL
ON
Communicates normally but the Baud Rate and/or Station Address switches failed.
ERR LED blinks approximately in 0.5 second intervals.
ON
ON
BL
BL
OFF
----
ON
ON
BL
OFF
ON
CRC error found in the received data. Unable to respond.
ON
ON
BL
OFF
OFF
----
ON
ON
OFF
BL
ON
Normal communication
ON
ON
OFF
BL
OFF
----
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
Unable to receive data addressed to the station.
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
----
ON
OFF
BL
BL
ON
Performs the interval-timed responses but CRC error found in receiving the refresh data.
ON
OFF
BL
BL
OFF
----
ON
OFF
BL
OFF
ON
CRC error found in the data addressed to the station.
ON
OFF
BL
OFF
OFF
----
ON
OFF
OFF
BL
ON
Link is not started.
ON
OFF
OFF
BL
OFF
----
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
No data addressed to the station. Or unable to receive data addressed to the station due to
noise interface. (Missing parts of the data sent from the master)
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Unable to receive data due to wire breakdown
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON/OFF
Faulty Baud Rate and/or Station Address setting
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Power input removed. Or power supply failure.
OFF = OFF, ON = ON, BL = Blinking
---- = Inconceivable in normal operations (e.g. LED failure)
■ PULSE INPUT STATUS INDICATOR LED
Totalized pulse modules have LED indicators showing input signal status.
ON : LED ON
OFF : LED OFF
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DATA ACQUISITION & SETTING
Parameter reset, preset and reading of each channel is available with command setting of R7C-PA8.
The command setting method differs depending on whether the data allocation is 1 or 4. Set the commands according to the
procedure explained next.
Parameter of each channel is two_word integer not signed.
When overflowing, the value to which response can be set is “0” or “1”. The maximum range available is 1 000 to 4 294 967 295.
■ DATA ALLOCATION 1
Master→ Slave (R7C-PA8)
Slave (R7C-PA8) → Master
Bit Data
Bit Data
Word Data
RY0_0
CH0 set
RX0_0
CH0 acknowldedge
RY0_1
CH1 set
RX0_1
CH1 acknowldedge
RY0_2
CH2 set
RX0_2
CH2 acknowldedge
RY0_3
CH3 set
RX0_3
CH3 acknowldedge
RY0_4
CH4 set
RX0_4
CH4 acknowldedge
RY0_5
CH5 set
RX0_5
CH5 acknowldedge
RY0_6
CH6 set
RX0_6
CH6 acknowldedge
RY0_7
CH7 set
RX0_7
CH7 acknowldedge
RY0_8
Command setting
0: Read data
1: Write data
RX0_8
Command acknowledge
0: Read data
1: Write data
RY0_9
through
RY0_A
Write data selection
00: Preset value
01: Overflow response value
10: Maximum value
RX0_9
through
RX0_A
Write data acknowledge
00: Preset value
01: Overflow response value
10: Maximum value
RY0_B
through
RY0_F
Unused
RX0_B
Ready
RX0_C
through
RX0_D
Setting command error code
10: Normal operating
01: Setting overrange (Maximum
value etc.)
RX0_E
through
RX0_F
Unused
RWw0
Extension output (0 through F)
RWw1
Unused
Word Data
RWr0
Extension input (0 through F)
RWr1
Unused
RWw2
Data to write (lower)
RWr2
Data to read (lower)
RWw3
Data to write (upper)
RWr3
Data to read (upper)
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■ DATA ALLOCATION 4
Master → Slave (R7C-PA8)
Slave (R7C-PA8) → Master
Bit Data
Bit Data
RY0_0
CH0 set
RX0_0
CH0 acknowldedge
RY0_1
CH1 set
RX0_1
CH1 acknowldedge
RY0_2
CH2 set
RX0_2
CH2 acknowldedge
RY0_3
CH3 set
RX0_3
CH3 acknowldedge
RY0_4
CH4 set
RX0_4
CH4 acknowldedge
RY0_5
CH5 set
RX0_5
CH5 acknowldedge
RY0_6
CH6 set
RX0_6
CH6 acknowldedge
RY0_7
CH7 set
RX0_7
CH7 acknowldedge
RY0_8
Command setting
0: Read data
1: Write data
RX0_8
Command acknowledge
0: Read data
1: Write data
RY0_9
through
RY0_A
Write data selection
00: Preset value
01: Overflow response value
10: Maximum value
RX0_9
through
RX0_A
Write data acknowledge
00: Preset value
01: Overflow response value
10: Maximum value
RY0_B
through
RY0_F
Unused
RX0_B
Ready
RX0_C
through
RX0_D
Setting command error code
10: Normal operating
01: Setting overrange (Maximum value etc.)
RX0_E
through
RX0_F
Unused
RX1_0
through
RX1_F
Extension input unit data
RY1_0
through
RY1_F
Word Data
Extension output unit data
RWw0
CH0 data to write (lower)
RWw1
CH0 data to write (upper)
Word data
RWr0
CH0 data to read (lower)
RWr1
CH0 data to read (upper)
RWw2
CH1 data to write (lower)
RWr2
CH1 data to read (lower)
RWw3
CH1 data to write (upper)
RWr3
CH1 data to read (upper)
RWw4
CH2 data to write (lower)
RWr4
CH2 data to read (lower)
RWw5
CH2 data to write (upper)
RWr5
CH2 data to read (upper)
RWw6
CH3 data to write (lower)
RWr6
CH3 data to read (lower)
RWw7
CH3 data to write (upper)
RWr7
CH3 data to read (upper)
RWw8
CH4 data to write (lower)
RWr8
CH4 data to read (lower)
RWw9
CH4 data to write (upper)
RWr9
CH4 data to read (upper)
RWw10
CH5 data to write (lower)
RWr10
CH5 data to read (lower)
RWw11
CH5 data to write (upper)
RWr11
CH5 data to read (upper)
RWw12
CH6 data to write (lower)
RWr12
CH6 data to read (lower)
RWw13
CH6 data to write (upper)
RWr13
CH6 data to read (upper)
RWw14
CH7 data to write (lower)
RWr14
CH7 data to read (lower)
RWw15
CH7 data to write (upper)
RWr15
CH7 data to read (upper)
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■ DATA ACQUISITION
• Data allocation 1
In case of data allocation 1, reading data from 8 channels at once is not available. Read data channel by channel. Step 1
through 6 in the figure shown below are process to read one channel. To read data continuously, repeat the step 1 through 6. 1
RY0_8
Command/Data setting
2
RY0_0 through 7
5
6
3
RX0_0 through 7
4
RWrx
Read data
1)Set read command:0 in RY0_8.
2)Specify the read channels to RY0_7 to RY0_8. For channel 0, set “1” in RY0_0. When “1” is set, the command for specified
channel is executed.
3)When the command is received, the bit of specified channel (RX0_0 for channel 0) turns ON and then the data of specified
channel is set in RWr2 and RWr3. 4)Read the data. By reading RX0_C and RX0_D, confirm that read data is correctly done. In case of normal, RX0_C is “0”,
RX0_D is “1”. In case of error, RX0_C is “1”, RX0_D is “0”.
5)After read data is completed, turn the bit of specified channel OFF. Also in case of error, turn the bit of specified channel
OFF for the next acquisition. 6)The bit of specified channel turns OFF after confirming, then the data of RX0_8 through RX0_A and RWr2 through RWr3
turn OFF at the same time.
• Data allocation 4
For data allocation 4, allocate 8 channel data to RWr0 through RWr15.
■ DATA SETTING
Data allocation 1 and 4 in setting data process is similar. Step 1 through 6 in the figure shown below are process to set. To
set data continuously, repeat the step 1 through 6. 1
RY0_8 through A
RY0_0 through 7
RX0_0 through 7
Command/Data setting
2
5
6
3
4
RWrx
Data set
1)Write setting command:1 to RY0_8.
• Data allocation 1
Write the channel number to specify in RWw0. For channel 0, write “0”.
Write the data selection in RY0_9 and RY0_A. For preset value, write “00”.
Write the data in RWw2 and RWw3. For 1 000 000 (decimal), write “000F” in RWw3 and “4240” in RWw2
• Data allocation 4
Write the data selection in RY0_9 and RY0_A. For preset value, write “00”.
Write the data in RWw0 through RWw15. Write for 8 channels at once. Write the data for all 8 channels.
To set 1 000 000 (decimal) to channel 0, write “000F” in RWw1 and “4240” in RWw0.
2)Turn RY0_0 OFF, then execute the command.
3)When the command is received and setting data is completed, RX0_0 is turned ON.
4)By reading RX0_C and RX0_D, confirm that setting is correctly done. In case of normal, RX0_C is “0”, RX0_D is “1”. In case
of error, RX0_C is “1”, RX0_D is “0”.
5)After data setting is completed, turn RY0_0 OFF. In case of error, turn RY0_0 OFF for the next data setting.
6)The bit of specified channel turns OFF after confirming RY0_0, RX0_0 is OFF. At the same time, the data of RX0_1 through
RX0_3, RX0_6 and RX0_7 turn OFF.
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CONNECTION DIAGRAM
WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
Connect the unit as in the diagram below.
■ SCREW TERMINAL
Torque: 0.5 N·m
■ SOLDERLESS TERMINAL mm (inch)
Refer to the drawing below for recommended ring tongue
terminal size. Spade tongue type is also applicable. Solderless terminals with insulation sleeve do not fit.
Communication cable: Applicable wire size 0.2 to 0.5 mm2
(AWG26 - 22)
Recommended manufacturer: Japan Solderless Terminal
MFG.Co.Ltd
Others: 0.25 to 1.65 mm2 (AWG 22 to 16)
Recommended manufacturer: Japan Solderless Terminal
MFG.Co.Ltd, Nichifu Co.,ltd
■ Input Connection Examples
V+ 10
4 DA
V– 1
1 DB
PI0 11
5 DG
V– 1
V– 1
PI1 12
2 SLD
PI0 11
PI0 11
PI2 13
3 FG
C0 2
C0 2
PI3 14
6 U (+)
PI4 15
7 V (–)
PI7 18
PI7 18
C7 9
C7 9
PNP connection
+
−
NPN connection
−
V+ 10
PI5 16
PI6 17
+
V+ 10
3.3 (.13) max
C1 3
C2 4
C3 5
C4 6
C5 7
Voltage Pulse Input
EXTENSION CONNECTOR
C0 2
6 (.24) max
PI7 18
Connected
V+ 10
V– 1
+
PI0 11
–
C0 2
+
PI7 18
–
C7 9
mm (inch)
C6 8
C7 9
EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS
unit: mm (inch)
115 (4.53)
54 (2.13)
18.5 (.73)
17 (.66)
50 (1.97)
DIN RAIL
35 mm wide
4
5
6
2
7
3
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
5.5 (.22)
3 (.12)
1
30 (1.18)
6 (.24)
7–M3 SCREW
TERMINALS
for CC-Link, POWER
[5 (.20)]
6 (.24)
18–M3 SCREW
TERMINALS
for INPUT
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