Pro-face GP 4000 Installation guide
NOTE:
This Installation Guide describes GP4000 Series except GP-4100 Series, GP4201TM and GP-4301TM.
Overview
Package Contents..........................................................................................4
About the Manual...........................................................................................5
Electrical Specifications
1. GP-4200/4300/4400 Series .......................................................................6
2. GP-4500/4600 Series ................................................................................7
Part Numbers and Functions
1. GP-4200 Series ........................................................................................8
2. GP-4300 Series ........................................................................................9
3. GP-4400 Series .........................................................................................10
4. GP-4500 Series .........................................................................................11
5. GP-4600 Series .........................................................................................12
6. LED Indications..........................................................................................13
Interface
Serial Interface...............................................................................................14
Installation
1. Installation Requirements ..........................................................................19
2. Installation Procedure ................................................................................20
3. Removal Procedures .................................................................................24
Wiring
Wiring.............................................................................................................25
USB Cable Clamp
USB Cable Clamp..........................................................................................31
Standards
Relevant Standards .......................................................................................33
English
Please read the “Warning/Caution Information” on the attached
sheet before using the product.
Overview
English
Package Contents
The following items are included in the package. Before using the GP unit,
please confirm that all items listed here are present:
1 GP unit: 1
2 Installation gasket: 1 (attached to the GP unit)
3 Installation fasteners: 4 per set
4 DC power supply connector: 1
5 USB cable clamp: 1 set (1 clip and 1 tie)
6 GP4000 Series Installation Guide (this guide): 1
7 Warning/Caution Information: 1
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This unit has been carefully packed, with special attention to quality.
However, should you find anything damaged or missing, please contact your
local GP unit distributor immediately.
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Overview
English
About the Manual
This manual describes wiring and installation procedures. For more detailed
information, refer to the manuals indicated below.
Manual
Contents
GP4000 Series
Hardware Manual
Specifications, dimensions, accessories, system
design, standards, and other details.
Device/PLC
System configuration of connected devices (PLCs and
Connection Manual other devices), communication settings examples,
connection wiring diagram, and other details.
Maintenance/
Troubleshooting
• Troubleshooting
Help for solving problems.
•
Maintenance
Details on the GP unit’s Offline Mode
You can select the manuals from the GP-Pro EX help menu, or download the
manuals from the Pro-face Home Page.
URL
http://www.pro-face.com/otasuke
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Electrical Specifications
Specification
Power Supply
English
1. GP-4200/4300/4400 Series
GP-4200 Series GP-4300 Series GP-4400 Series
Rated Input Voltage
24 Vdc
Input Voltage Limits
19.2...28.8 Vdc
Voltage Drop
2 ms or less
Power Consumption
9.6W or less 10.5W or less 12W or less
5 ms or less
When power is not
supplied to external
devices
5.2W or less 6.5W or less 8W or less
Backlight is OFF
(Standby Mode)
4.2W or less 4.5W or less 5W or less
Backlight Dimmed
(Brightness: 20%)
4.3W or less 5W or less
In-Rush Current
5.5W or less
30 A or less
Voltage Endurance
1,000 Vac, 20 mA for 1 min (between
charging and FG terminals)
Insulation Resistance
500 Vdc, 10 MΩ or more (between
charging and FG terminals)
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Electrical Specifications
Specification
GP-4500/4600 Series
DC Model
AC Model
24 Vdc
100...240 Vac
Input Voltage Limits
19.2...28.8 Vdc
85...264 Vac
Rated Frequency
-
50/60 Hz
Rated Frequency Range
-
47...63 Hz
Voltage Drop
10 ms or less
1 cycle or less
(Voltage drop interval
must be 1 second or
more)
Power Consumption
17W or less
100 Vac: 44 VA or less
240 Vac: 58 VA or less
When power is not
supplied to external
devices
12W or less
100 Vac: 30 VA or less
240 Vac: 44 VA or less
Backlight OFF
(Standby Mode)
7W or less
100 Vac: 18 VA or less
240 Vac: 29 VA or less
Backlight Dimmed
(Brightness: 20%)
8W or less
100 Vac: 22 VA or less
240 Vac: 31 VA or less
Rated Input Voltage
Power Supply
English
2. GP-4500/4600 Series
In-Rush Current
30 A or less
Voltage Endurance
1,000 Vac, 20 mA for
1 min (between
charging and FG
terminals)
1,500 Vac 20 mA for
1 min (between
charging and FG
terminals)
Insulation Resistance
500 Vdc, 10 MΩ or more (between
charging and FG terminals)
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Part Numbers and Functions
English
1. GP-4200 Series
Front
A
Rear
B
Bottom
C
GP-4201T/4203T
F
E
D
G
D
GP-4201TW
F
A:
B:
C:
D:
E:
F:
G:
8
Status LED (see page.13)
USB (mini-B) Interface
USB (Type A) Interface
Serial Interface (COM1)
Ethernet Interface (see page.13)
Power Plug Connector
Serial Interface (COM2)
Part Numbers and Functions
English
2. GP-4300 Series
Front
A
Right
B
C
D
Rear
E
Bottom
E
F
G
H I
A:
B:
C:
D:
E:
F:
G:
Status LED (see page. 13)
USB (Type A) Interface
Serial Interface (COM1)
Serial Interface (COM2)
Power Plug Connector
SD Card Access LED (except GP-4301TW) (see page.13)
SD Card Interface Cover/Replacement Battery Insertion Cover
(except GP-4301TW)
H: USB (mini-B) Interface
I: Ethernet Interface (see page.13)
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Part Numbers and Functions
English
3. GP-4400 Series
Front
GP-4401T
GP-4401WW
A
A
Right
B
C
D
Rear
E F
Bottom
E
A:
B:
C:
D:
E:
F:
G:
H:
I:
10
G HI
Status LED (see page.13)
USB (Type A) Interface
Serial Interface (COM1)
Serial Interface (COM2)
Power Plug Connector
SD Card Access LED (see page.13)
SD Card Interface Cover/Replacement Battery Insertion Cover
USB (mini-B) Interface
Ethernet Interface (see page.13)
Part Numbers and Functions
English
4. GP-4500 Series
Front
A
Rear
B
C
Bottom
I H
B
F
E
G
D
A: Status LED (see page.13)
B: Power Input Terminal Block (AC model),
Power Plug Connector (DC model)
C: SD Card Access LED (see page.13)
D: Ethernet Interface (see page.13)
E: USB (mini-B) Interface
F: SD Card Interface Cover/Replacement Battery Insertion Cover
G: Serial Interface (COM2)
H: Serial Interface (COM1)
I: USB (Type A) Interface
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Part Numbers and Functions
English
5. GP-4600 Series
Front
A
Rear
B
C
Bottom
I H
B
F
E
G
D
A: Status LED (see page.13)
B: Power Input Terminal Block (AC model),
Power Plug Connector (DC model)
C: SD Card Access LED (see page.13)
D: Ethernet Interface (see page.13)
E: USB (mini-B) Interface
F: SD Card Interface Cover/Replacement Battery Insertion Cover
G: Serial Interface (COM2)
H: Serial Interface (COM1)
I: USB (Type A) Interface
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Part Numbers and Functions
English
6. LED Indications
(1) Status LED
Color
Indicator
Description
Green
ON
Offline.
Orange
Flashing
Software starting up.
In operation.
Red
ON
Power is turned ON.
LED fade
ON
The GP unit’s “Backlight Control” is set to
Standby Mode and the screen has gone
blank.
–
OFF
Power is turned OFF.
(2) SD Card access LED
Color
Indicator
Description
Green
(Active)
ON
The SD Card is inserted.
OFF
The SD Card is not inserted or is not being
accessed.
(3) Ethernet LED
Link
Color
Indicator
Green
(Active)
Flashing
Data transmission is occurring.
OFF
No data transmission
Green (Link) ON
Active
OFF
Description
Data transmission is available
in 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX.
No connection or subsequent
transmission is NOT available.
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Interface
English
Serial Interface
Note: For instructions on how to connect to other devices, always refer to the “GP-Pro EX
Device/PLC Connection Manual”.
DANGER
ELECTRIC SHOCK
The serial port is not isolated. The SG (signal ground) and the FG (frame
ground) terminals are connected inside the unit. When using the SG terminal
to connect an external device to the unit:
• Verify that a short-circuit loop is not created when you set up the system.
• Connect the #5 SG terminal to remote equipment when the host (PLC) unit
is not isolated. Connect the #5 SG terminal to a known reliable ground
connection to reduce the risk of damaging the RS232C/RS422/RS485 circuit.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
LOSS OF COMMUNICATION
• All connections to the communication ports must not put excessive stress
on the ports.
• Securely attach communication cables to the panel wall or cabinet.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment
damage.
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Interface
1. Connection for Serial Interface
COM1
GP-4201T
RS-232C or RS-422/RS-485
(see page.16, 17)
English
Pin assign of each serial interface is explained in reference page.
COM2
-
GP-4201TW
RS-232C (see page.16)
GP-4203T
RS-485 (isolation)
(see page.18)
RS-422/RS-485 (see page.17)
GP-4301T
RS-232C (see page.16)
RS-422/RS-485 (see page.17)
GP-4301TW
RS-232C (see page.16)
RS-422/RS-485 (see page.17)
GP-4303T
RS-232C (see page.16)
RS-485 (isolation)
(see page.18)
GP-4401T
RS-232C (see page.16)
RS-422/RS-485 (see page.17)
GP-4401WW
RS-232C (see page.16)
RS-422/RS-485 (see page.17)
GP-4501T
RS-232C (see page.16)
RS-422/RS-485 (see page.17)
GP-4501TW
RS-232C (see page.16)
RS-422/RS-485 (see page.17)
GP-4503T
RS-232C (see page.16)
RS-485 (isolation)
(see page.18)
GP-4601T
RS-232C (see page.16)
RS-422/RS-485 (see page.17)
GP-4603T
RS-232C (see page.16)
RS-485 (isolation)
(see page.18)
-
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Interface
English
2. RS-232C
D-Sub 9 pin plug connector via an RS-232C cable.
Pin
Number
RS-232C
Signal Name
Direction
Meaning
1
CD
Input
Carrier Detect
2
RD(RXD)
Input
Receive Data
3
SD(TXD)
Output
Send Data
4
ER(DTR)
Output
Data Terminal Ready
5
SG
–
Signal Ground
6
DR(DSR)
Input
Data Set Ready
7
RS(RTS)
Output
Request to Send
8
CS(CTS)
Input
Send Possible
9
CI(RI)/VCC
Input/–
Called Status Display
+5V±5% Output 0.25A(1)
Shell
FG
–
Frame Ground (Common
with SG)
Note: (1) You can switch pin #9 between RI and VCC via software. To prevent damage or
a unit malfunction, use only the rated current.
Interfit bracket is #4-40 (UNC).
Recommendations:
• Cable Connector: XM2D-0901 manufactured by OMRON Corporation.
• Cable Cover: XM2S-0913 manufactured by OMRON Corporation.
• Jack Screw (#4-40 UNC): XM2Z-0073 manufactured by OMRON
Corporation.
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Interface
3. RS-422/485
Pin
Number
English
D-Sub 9 pin plug connector via an RS-422/485 cable.
RS-422/RS-485
Signal Name
Direction
Meaning
1
RDA
Input
Receive Data A (+)
2
RDB
Input
Receive Data B (–)
3
SDA
Output
Send Data A (+)
4
ERA
Output
Data Terminal Ready A (+)
5
SG
–
Signal Ground
6
CSB
Input
Send Possible B (–)
7
SDB
Output
Send Data B (–)
8
CSA
Input
Send Possible A (+)
9
ERB
Output
Data Terminal Ready B (–)
Shell
FG
–
Frame Ground
(Common with SG)
Interfit bracket is #4-40 (UNC).
Recommendations:
• Cable Connector: XM2D-0901 manufactured by OMRON Corporation.
• Cable Cover: XM2S-0913 manufactured by OMRON Corporation.
• Jack Screw (#4-40 UNC): XM2Z-0073 manufactured by OMRON
Corporation.
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Interface
English
4. RS-485 (isolation)
D-Sub 9 pin socket connector via an RS-485/PROFIBUS/MPI cable.
Pin
Number
RS-485 (isolation)
Signal Name
Direction
Meaning
1
NC
–
no connection
2
NC
–
no connection
3
Line A
Input/Output
Data A (+)
4
RS(RTS)
Output
Request to Send
5
SG
–
Signal Ground
6
VCC
–
+5V ±5% External Output (1)
7
NC
–
no connection
8
Line B
Input/Output
Data B (–)
9
NC
–
no connection
Shell
FG
–
Frame Ground (2)
(Not connected with SG)
Note: (1) You can supply power to the Siemens PROFIBUS connector only. You cannot
supply power to the device/PLC.
(2) The SG and FG terminals are isolated.
Interfit bracket is #4-40 (UNC).
Recommendations:
• Cable Connector: XM2A-0901 manufactured by OMRON Corporation.
• Cable Cover: XM2S-0913 manufactured by OMRON Corporation.
• Jack Screw (#4-40 UNC): XM2Z-0073 manufactured by OMRON
Corporation.
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Installation
•
•
•
•
Decide on the thickness of the enclosure wall, based on the level of strength
required: 1.6 mm (0.06 in.) to 5 mm (0.2 in.).
Even if panel thickness is within recommend range for “Panel Cut Dimensions”, the
panel could warp, depending on panel’s material, size, and installation location of
GP unit or other devices. To prevent panel warpage, the installation surface may
need to be strengthened.
Check that the installation panel or cabinet's surface is flat, in good condition and
has no jagged edges.
Be sure that the surrounding air temperature and the ambient humidity are within their
designated ranges. Surrounding air temperature:
0 to 50 °C (32 to 122 °F): GP-4200 Series, GP-4301TW, GP-4401WW, and GP-4501TW DC
models.
0 to 55 °C (32 to 131 °F): GP-4301T, GP-4303T, GP-4401T, GP-4501T/4503T DC models,
GP-4500 Series AC models, and GP-4600 Series.
ambient humidity: 10 to 90%RH; wet bulb temperature: maximum 39 °C (102 °F).
When installing the GP unit in a cabinet or enclosure, the surrounding air
temperature is the cabinet’s or enclosure’s internal temperature.
Panel
Face
•
•
Cabinet
Interior
Be sure that heat from surrounding equipment does not cause the GP unit to
exceed its standard operating temperature.
When mounting the GP unit vertically, ensure that the right side of the unit faces
up. In other words, the power connector for DC model, power terminal block for
AC model, should be at the top.
(1)
•
(1) Power Connector, or power terminal block
When installing the GP unit in a slanted position, the GP unit face should not incline
more than 30°.
30° or less
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English
1. Installation Requirements
Installation
When installing the GP unit in a slanted position with an incline more than 30°, the
ambient temperature must not exceed 40 °C (104 °F). You may need to use forced
air cooling (fan, A/C) to ensure the ambient operating temperature is 40°C or less
(104 °F or less).
For easier maintenance, operation and improved ventilation, install the GP unit at
least 100 mm (3.94 in.) away from adjacent structures and other equipment as
shown in the following illustration.
•
100
3.94
•
100
3.94
100
3.94
100
3.94
100
3.94
100
3.94
mm
in.
100
3.94
English
•
The holes on the rear of the GP unit (except GP-4200 Series) are not
correspondent with VESA 75mm standards. Do not attach the GP unit to the
commercial-type VESA arm.
2. Installation Procedure
NOTICE
PANEL UNSTEADY WHEN UNSECURED
• Keep GP unit stabilized in the panel-cut while you are installing or removing
the screw fasteners.
Failure to follow the instruction can result in equipment damage.
Step
Action
1
Place the GP unit on a clean and level surface with the display facing
downward.
2
Check that the GP unit’s gasket is seated securely into the gasket’s
groove, which runs around the perimeter of the panel frame.
Note: It is strongly recommended that you use the installation gasket, since it
absorbs vibration in addition to repelling water.
For the procedure for replacing the installation gasket, refer to “GP4000
Series Hardware Manual”.
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Installation
Create a Panel Cut and insert the GP into the panel from the front.
R
C
English
A
B
3
GP-4200 Series
A
B
118.5 +1 mm
92.5 +1 mm
+0.04
(4.67 -0
+0.04
(3.64 -0
-0
-0
in.)
156 +1 mm
123.5 +1 mm
+0.04
(6.14 -0
+0.04
(4.86 -0
-0
in.)
159.5 +1 mm
-0
+0.04
(8.05 -0
+0.04
(6.28 -0
GP-4500 Series
A
259 +1 mm
GP-4501T
GP-4503T
-0
+0.04
(10.2 -0
GP-4501TW
301.5 +1
-0
+0.04
-0
+0.04
(11.87 -0
3 mm (0.12 in.)
maximum
C
R
in.)
B
C
201 +1 mm
1.6...5 mm
3 mm (0.12 in.)
(0.06...0.2 in) maximum
-0
+0.04
C
-0
+0.04
in.)
-0
+0.04
in.) (8.96 -0
227.5 +1 mm
in.) (8.96 -0
R
227.5 +1 mm
GP-4600 Series
A
B
301.5 +1 mm
R
1.6...5 mm
(0.06...0.2 in)
in.) (7.91 -0
mm
(11.87 -0
C
1.6...5 mm
3 mm (0.12 in.)
(0.06...0.2 in) maximum
-0
in.)
3 mm (0.12 in.)
maximum
in.)
GP-4400 Series
A
B
204.5 +1 mm
R
1.6...5 mm
(0.06...0.2 in)
in.)
GP-4300 Series
A
B
-0
C
in.)
R
1.6...5 mm
3 mm (0.12 in.)
(0.06...0.2 in) maximum
in.)
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Installation
English
4
Insert the installation fasteners into the GP unit’s insertion slots on
the top and bottom sides. (left and right sides for the GP-4200
Series.) If the fasteners are not correctly attached, the GP unit may
shift or fall out.
Installation Panel
Hook
Slots
Slots
(GP-4201T)
22
(GP-4301T)
5
Slide the fasteners to the back.
6
Use a Phillips screwdriver to tighten each fastener screw and
secure the GP unit in place. The necessary torque is 0.5 Nm (4.4
lb-in).
Installation
English
NOTICE
BROKEN ENCLOSURE
• Do not exert more than 0.5 Nm (4.4 in-lb) of torque when tightening the
fastener’s screws.
• For use on a flat surface of a Type 1, Type 4X (Indoor Use Only) or Type 13
Enclosure
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.
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Installation
English
3. Removal Procedures
Step
Action
1
Loosen the installation fasteners (4) from the GP unit.
2
Remove the GP unit slowly from the panel while pressing the
projections on the top of the GP unit.
(1)
(1)
(1) projections
Note :
• You could damage the GP unit if you try and remove it
without holding down the projections.
• Watch your fingers so they do not get caught when holding
down the projections.
CAUTION
RISK OF INJURY
Do not drop the GP unit when you remove it from the panel.
• Hold the GP unit in place after removing the fasteners.
• Use both hands.
Failure to follow the instruction can result in injury or equipment
damage.
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Wiring
English
Wiring
WARNING
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
• Remove all power from the device before removing any elements of the
system, and prior to installing or removing any accessories, hardware, or
cables.
• Remove power before wiring the GP unit’s power terminals.
• The DC model uses only 24 Vdc power. Using any other level of power can
damage both the power supply and the GP unit.
• The AC model is designed to use 100 Vac to 240 Vac input. Using any
other level of power can damage both the power supply and the GP unit.
• Since the GP unit is not equipped with a power switch, be sure to connect
a power switch to the power supply.
• Be sure to ground the GP unit’s FG terminal.
For AC models, use the following torque to tighten the terminals:
• Terminal Block: 1.4 N•m (12.4 lb•in.)
• Functional Ground (FG) Terminal: 1.4 N•m (12.4 lb•in.)
• Replace and secure all elements of the system before applying power to
the GP unit.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury,
or equipment damage.
Note:
• The shield ground (SG) and FG terminals are connected internally in the GP unit.
• When the functional ground (FG) terminal is connected, be sure the wire is grounded. Not
grounding the GP unit can result in excessive Electromagnetic Interference (EMI).
Grounding is required to meet EMC level immunity.
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Wiring
English
1. Connecting the AC Power Cord
Use copper conductors only.
The temperature rating of field installed conductors: 75C° (167°F) only.
AC Power Cord
Grounding Wire
Power Cord
Double-insulated Wire
0.75 to 3.5 mm2 (18-12AWG)
0.75 to 3.5 mm2 (18-12AWG)
Recommended
Ring Terminal*1
J.S.T Mfg. Co., Ltd
Compatible:
V1.25-M4 (18-16AWG)
V2-P4 (16-14AWG)
V5.5-S4 (14-12AWG)
J.S.T Mfg. Co., Ltd
Compatible:
V1.25-M4 (18-16AWG)
V2-P4 (16-14AWG)
V5.5-S4 (14-12AWG)
(1) φ4.3 mm (0.17 in.) or more (1) φ4.3 mm (0.17 in.) or more
(2) Less than 7.2 mm (0.28 in.) (2) Less than 7.2 mm (0.28 in.)
*1 To prevent a short circuit caused by loose screws, use a crimp-type
terminal with an insulating sleeve.
How to connect the AC Power Cord
Step
26
Action
1
Confirm the power cord is not connected to the power supply.
2
Open the terminal strip’s clear plastic cover.
Wiring
Remove screws from the L, N, and FG (functional ground)
terminals. Attach the ring terminals and reinsert the screws.
Check each wire to make sure the connections are correct.
English
3
Note :
• Terminal Block: 1.4 N•m (12.4 lb•in.)
• FG (functional ground) Terminal: 1.4 N•m (12.4 lb•in.)
)*
4
Close the terminal strip’s clear plastic cover.
2. Connecting the DC Power Cord
Use copper conductors only.
The temperature rating of field installed conductors: 75°C (167 °F) only.
Power Cord Diameter
0.75 to 2.5 mm2 (18-13 AWG)
Conductor type
Simple or Stranded Wire*1
Conductor length
mm
in.
10
0.39
*1 If the conductor’s end (individual) wires are not twisted correctly, the end
wires may either short against each other or against an electrode.
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Wiring
English
Power Connector Specifications
GP-4200 Series / GP-4300
Series / GP-4400 Series
GP-4500 Series /
GP-4600 Series
FG
+
FG
+
Connection
Wire
+
24 Vdc
–
0 Vdc
FG
Grounded terminal connected to the panel chassis.
Note: The DC power supply connector (plug) for GP-4200/4300/4400 Series is
PFXZCBCNDC1 (manufactured by Pro-face). The DC power supply connector (plug) for
GP-4500 Series / GP-4600 Series is PFXZCBCNDC2 (manufactured by Pro-face).
Recommended Driver
SZS 0.6x3.5 (1205053)
Recommended Pin Terminals
3201288 AI 0,75-10 GY
3200182 AI 1 -10 RD
3200195 AI 1,5 -10 BK
3202533 AI 2,5 -10 BU
Recommended Pin Terminal Crimp Tool
CRIMPFOX 6
(Items are made by Phoenix Contact.)
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Wiring
How to connect the DC Power Cord
Action
1
Confirm the power cord is not connected to the power supply.
2
Check the rated voltage, and remove the “DC24V” sticker on
the DC power supply connector.
3
Remove 10 mm (0.39 in.) of the vinyl membrane off the ends
of the power cord wires.
mm
in.
English
Step
10
0.39
4
If using stranded wire, twist the ends. Tinning the ends with
solder reduces risk of fraying and ensures good electrical
transfer.
5
Push the Opening button with a small and flat screwdriver to
open the desired pin hole.
6
Insert each pin terminal into its corresponding holder. Release
the Opening button to clamp the pin in place.
GP-4200 Series / GP-4300 Series /
GP-4400 Series
GP-4500 Series /
GP-4600 Series
Opening Button
DC Power Cord
(24V)
(0V)
FG
7
Opening Button
+
-
FG
After inserting all three pins, insert the DC power supply
connector into the power connector on the GP unit.
Note:
•
Do not solder the wire directly to the power receptacle pin.
•
To prevent the possibility of a terminal short, use a pin terminal that has an insulating
sleeve.
•
The DC power supply connector for GP-4200/4300/4400 Series can be connected to
GP-4500/4600 Series. However, the DC power supply connector for GP-4500/4600
Series is unable to connect to GP-4200/4300/4400 Series.
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3. Wiring Cautions
Improving Noise/Surge Resistance
• The GP unit’s power supply cord should not be bundled with or kept close
to main circuit lines (high voltage, high current), power lines, or input/
output lines, and their various systems should be kept separate. When
power lines cannot be wired via a separate system, use shielded cables for
input/output lines.
• Make the power cord as short as possible, and be sure to twist the ends of
the wires together (i.e. twisted pair cabling) from close to the power supply
unit.
• If there is an excess amount of noise on the power supply line, connect a
noise reducing transistor before turning on the power.
• Connect a surge absorber to handle power surges. Be sure to ground the
surge absorber (E1) separately from the GP unit (E2).
GP
FG
E1
E2
Lightening Surge Absorber
Short Circuit Prevention
• The SG (signal ground) and FG (functional ground) terminals are
connected internally in the GP unit. When connecting the SG line to
another device, be sure that no shorting loops are formed.
Grounding
• Use an exclusive grounding wire with a grounding resistance of 100Ω or
less and a wire of 2mm2 (AWG 14) or thicker, or your country’s applicable
standard.
Exclusive Grounding
(Best)
Other
GP unit Equipment
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Common Grounding
(OK)
Other
GP unit Equipment
Common Grounding
(Not OK)
Other
GP unit
Equipment
USB Cable Clamp
When using a USB device, attach a USB cable clamp to the USB interface to
prevent the USB cable from being disconnected.
WARNING
RISK OF EXPLOSION IN HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS
• Confirm that the USB cable has been fixed with the USB cable clamp
before using the USB interface.
• Remove power before attaching or detaching any connectors to or from the
unit.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury,
or equipment damage.
1. Attaching the USB Cable Clamp
Note: Watch your fingers. The edge of the clip is sharp.
Step
1
Action
Mount the clip to the USB mark
connector shell so that it
overlaps. The clip matches the 27 to 43.5mm [1.06 to 1.71 inch]
length of the USB connector.
27 to 43.5mm
[1.06 to 1.71 in.]
2
Align the clip and the USB cable connector shell. Adjust the
position of the holes where the clip is attached. To ensure stability,
select the clip-hole position that is closest to the base of the
connector shell.
Pass the tie
through here.
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USB Cable Clamp
USB Cable Clamp
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3
As shown, pass the tie through the clip hole. Next, turn the tie and
pass it through the head so that the USB cable can pass through
the center of the tie loop. The clip is now attached to the USB
cable.
Note:
•
•
4
Check the direction of the head beforehand. Make sure the
USB cable is through the center of the tie loop and that the tie
can pass through the head.
You can substitute the tie provided with PFXZCBCLUSA1
(manufactured by Pro-face) or other commercially available ties
with a width of 4.8 mm [0.19 inch] and thickness of 1.3 mm
[0.05 inch].
While pressing the grip on the clip, insert the cable from step 3 all
the way into the USB host interface. Make sure that the clip tab is
secured to the USB cable attached to the GP unit.
2. Removing the USB Cable
Step
1
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Action
Remove the USB cable while pushing the grip section of the clip.
Standards
Names
GP-4200 Series
GP-4300 Series
GP-4400 Series
GP-4500 Series
English
Relevant Standards
Registration Model No.
GP-4201T
PFXGP4201TAD
GP-4201TW
PFXGP4201TADW
GP-4203T
PFXGP4203TAD
GP-4301T
PFXGP4301TAD
PFXGP4301TADC
GP-4301TW
PFXGP4301TADW
PFXGP4301TADWC
GP-4303T
PFXGP4303TAD
GP-4401T
PFXGP4401TAD
GP-4401WW
PFXGP4401WADW
GP-4501T (Analog Touch PFXGP4501TAA
Panel)
PFXGP4501TAAC
PFXGP4501TAD
PFXGP4501TADC
GP-4501T (Matrix Touch PFXGP4501TMA
Panel)
PFXGP4501TMD
GP-4600 Series
GP-4501TW
PFXGP4501TADW
GP-4503T
PFXGP4503TAD
GP-4601T (Analog Touch PFXGP4601TAA
Panel)
PFXGP4601TAAC
PFXGP4601TAD
PFXGP4601TADC
GP-4601T (Matrix Touch PFXGP4601TMD
Panel)
PFXGP4601TMA
GP-4603T
PFXGP4603TAD
The GP unit is manufactured in accordance with:
• Standard UL 508 and CSA C22.2 n°142 for Industrial Control Equipment
Note:
•
•
•
For use in Pollution Degree 2 environments.
For use on a flat surface of a Type 1, Type 4X (Indoor Use Only)
or Type 13 Enclosure.
24V DC input unit must be used with a Class 2 power supply.
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Standards
WARNING
RISK OF EXPLOSION IN HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS
• Do not connect or disconnect equipment unless power has been switched
off or the area is non-hazardous.
• Do not disconnect while circuit is live.
• Securely lock externally connected units and each interface before turning
on the power supply.
• The USB (mini-B) interface is for temporary connection only during
maintenance and setup of the device. Do not use, connect, or disconnect
USB (mini-B) cable unless area is known to be non-hazardous.
• Potential electrostatic charging hazard: wipe the front panel of the terminal
with a damp cloth before turning ON.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury,
or equipment damage.
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CAUTION
ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS TO THE EQUIPMENT
• Allow the device to reach the surrounding air temperature, not exceeding the
following values, before turning the device on:
50°C (122°F): GP-4200 Series, GP-4301TW, GP-4401WW, and GP-4501TW DC
models.
55°C (131°F): GP-4301T, GP-4303T, GP-4401T, GP-4501T/4503T DC models, GP4500 Series AC models, and GP-4600 Series.
• Do not turn on the device if condensation has occurred inside the device.
After it is completely dry again, the device may be turned on.
• Do not expose the device to direct sunlight.
• Do not obstruct the vents in the device casing.
• Remove any dust from the device before turning it on.
• Ensure that the cable installation fasteners are not damaged. Replace
them, if necessary.
• Only qualified personnel can change the primary battery.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment
damage.
The GP unit must be installed, used and maintained in accordance with:
• Standard WEEE, Directive 2002/96/EC
• Standard RoHS, Directive 2002/95/EC
• Standard RoHS China, Standard SJ/T 11363-2006
Inquiry
Do you have any questions about difficulties with your GP?
Please access our site anytime that you need help with a solution.
http://www.pro-face.com/otasuke/
Notes
Please be aware that Digital Electronics Corporation shall not be held liable
by the user for any damages, losses, or third party claims arising from the
uses of this product.
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