Pro-face GP4105W1D Installation guide
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GP-4100 Series
Installation Guide
About the Manual
Please read the "Warning/Caution
Information" on the attached sheet
before using the product.
This manual describes wiring and installation
procedures. For more detailed information, refer to
the manuals indicated below.
Manual
Contents
GP-4100 Series Specifications, dimensions,
Hardware
accessories, system design, overseas
Manual
standards, and other details.
System configuration of connected
Device/
devices (PLCs and other devices),
PLC Connection communication settings examples,
Manual
connection wiring diagram, and
other details.
• Troubleshooting
Maintenance/
Help for solving problems.
Troubleshooting • Maintenance
Details on the GP unit’s Offline Mode
The manuals can be selected from the help menu of
GP-Pro EX or downloaded from Pro-face Home Page.
GP-4100 Series Connection Types
RS-232C type
RS-422/485 type
RS-485 (isolation) type
Ethernet type
GP4105G1D
GP4105W1D
GP4106G1D
GP4106W1D
GP4107G1D
GP4107W1D
GP4104G1D
GP4104W1D
Package Contents
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
URL
http://www.pro-face.com/otasuke/
GP Unit (1)
Installation Guide (1) <This Guide>
Warning/Caution Information (1)
Installation Gasket (1, attached to the GP unit)
Installation Fasteners (Set of 2)
Global Code
A global code is assigned to every Pro-face product as
a universal model number.
For more information on product models and their
matching global codes, please refer to the following
URL.
(6) COM I/F Connector (1)
(For RS-232C and RS-422/485 types)
http://www.pro-face.com/product/globalcode.html
(7) DC Power Supply Connector (1)
(For the Ethernet type and a portion of models*1)
(Attached to unit)
*1 Not included with models that have the following
type of power connector.
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‹ Ethernet type
Electrical Specifications
A
GP4104*
GP4106* GP4107*
GP4105*
Input Voltage DC24V
Rated Voltage DC19.2 to 28.8V
Allowable
3ms or less
Voltage Drop
6.0 W or 6.2 W or 6.5 W or
less
less
less
Power
Consumption
2.7 W or 3.0 W or 3.4 W or
*1
*1
less
less
less*1
In-Rush
30 A or less
Current
Voltage
AC1,000V, 20mA for 1 min (between
Endurance
charging and FG terminals)
Insulation
DC500V, 10MΩ or more (between
Resistance
charging and FG terminals)
C
D
ACT LED
LINK LED
Power Supply
F
Rear
Right side
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
Power Connector
Serial Interface (COM1)
USB (Type A) Interface (USB1)
USB (mini B) Interface (USB2)
DIP Switch (SW1)
Only on RS-422/485 type.
(F) Ethernet Interface
The Ethernet transmission interface (10BASET/100BASE-TX). An RJ-45 type modular jack
connector (8-pole) is used.
*1 When power is not supplied to USB devices.
Part Names and Functions
LED
Status
Indicates
Green ON Data transmission available
LINK
‹ RS-232C type, RS-422/485 type
ACT
A
C
Rear (RS-422/485 type )
‹ RS-485 (isolation) type
A
C
D
B
Right side
No connection or subsequent transmission failure
Green ON
Data transmission is
occurring.
Green OFF No data transmission
D
B
E
Right side
Green OFF
Rear
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‹Communications Cable Specifications
External Interfaces
Communications 0.14 to 1.5mm2
Cable Diameter*1 (28 - 16 AWG)
Conductor Type
• For instructions on how to connect to other
devices, always refer to the "GP-Pro EX Device/
PLC Connection Manual".
1.
Simple or Stranded Wire*2
Conductor
Length
7mm
[0.28in]
Serial Interface
• For detailed information on pins, refer to the GP4100 Series Hardware Manual.
• The serial interface of the RS-232C and RS-422/
485 types is not isolated. Always connect pin #5
SG (Signal Ground) to the connected device,
especially if the connected device is also not
isolated. Failure to do so may damage the RS232C/RS-422/RS-485 circuit.
• An SG (Signal Ground) and FG (Frame Ground)
are connected internally in the RS-232C and RS422/485 types. When connecting an external
device to the GP using the SG terminal, be sure
to check that no short-circuit loop is created when
you setup the system.
Signal Name
RS-422/485 type
Label
CSB
Signal Name
CI
CI(RI)
CD
CD
CSA
CSA
CS
CS(CTS)
ERB
ERB
RS
RS(RTS)
ERA
ERA
SG
*2
If the Conductor’s end (individual) wires are not
twisted correctly, the end wires may either short
against each other, or against an electrode.
• Always ensure that the connector has been
removed from the GP unit before wiring the connector. Failure to do so may result in electric
shock.
(1) Use a flat-blade screwdriver (Size 0.4 X 2.5) to
loosen the terminal screws.
(2) Strip the communications cable, and attach it to
the terminal connector.
(1)
(3)
Use a flat-blade
Use a flat-blade
screwdriver to
screwdriver to tighten
loosen the terminal
the terminal screws.
screws.
Included COM I/F connector
(9-pin, 2-piece terminal block)
RS-232C type
When inserting two wires into one terminal connector, the simple wire diameter is 0.08 to
0.5mm2 (28 - 22 AWG), and the stranded wire diameter is 0.08 to 0.75mm2 (28 - 20 AWG).
‹Wiring the COM Interface Connector
„ RS-232C and RS-422/485 Types
Label
*1
CSB
SG
SG
DR
DR(DSR)
RDB
RDB
RDA
(2)
Insert the wire into the
terminal connector.
SG
ER
ER(DTR)
RDA
RD
RD(RXD)
SDB
SDB
SD
SD(TXD)
SDA
SDA
Terminal
Connector
(3) Use a flat-blade screwdriver to tighten the
appropriate terminal screws on the terminal
connector from step 2.
• The torque required to tighten these screws is
0.196N•m (1.735[Lb•in]).
(4) Insert the connector into the GP unit’s serial
interface.
• A termination resistor can be set using the DIP
Switch (4-bit) on the rear of the RS-422/485 type.
Factory default settings are all set to “OFF” (no
termination resistor). Check the termination
resistor required for connection to the connected
device (PLC) and install if necessary. For detailed
information, refer to the GP-Pro EX Device/PLC
Connection Manual.
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„ RS-485 (isolation) type
D-Sub 9-pin socket type connector
Pin Connection
1
5
RS-485 (isolation) type
PIN #
6
9
NC
2
NC
Panel Face
3
LINE(+)
4
RS(RTS)
5
SG*1
6
5V*2*3
7
NC
8
LINE(-)
9
(GP unit side)
Signal Name
1
• Be sure that heat from surrounding equipment does not cause
the GP to exceed its standard operating temperature.
2.
GP Installation
(1) Cut a hole in the panel according to the GP unit
panel cutout dimensions.
X
r≤3 [0.12]
Panel
thickness
NC
Shell
Inside Cabinet
FG*1
*1 The SG and FG terminals are isolated.
Y
*2 When providing power of termination resistor via
the Siemens PROFIBUS, power cannot be connected to the Device/PLC.
GP
*3 The 5V output for Pin # 6 is not protected against
overcurrent.
Unit: mm [in.]
Installations
1.
GP
+1
GP-4100 105.0 -0
Series
+0.04
[4.13-0
]
Installation Requirements
• For easier maintenance, operation, and improved
ventilation, be sure to install the GP at least
100mm [3.94in.] away from adjacent structures
and other equipment.
Unit: mm [in.]
100
100
[3.94]
[3.94]
100
100
100
[3.94]
[3.94]
[3.94]
100
100
[3.94]
[3.94]
X
Y
+1
66.0 -0
+0.04
[2.60-0
]
Panel
thickness
1.0 [0.04]
to
5.0 [0.20]
(2) Confirm that the installation gasket is attached
to the GP unit and then place the GP unit into
the Panel from the front.
• GP unit has two projections*1 on the top to prevent
falling during installation. Please insert the GP unit into
the panel at an angle to avoid hitting the projections.
Projections
Insert GP at an angle.
• Be sure that the surrounding air temperature and
the ambient humidity are within their designated
ranges. (Surrounding air temperature: 0 to 50°C,
Ambient humidity: 10 to 90%RH, Wet bulb
temperature: 39°C max.) When installing the GP
on the panel of a cabinet or enclosure,
“Surrounding air temperature” indicates both the
panel face and cabinet or enclosure’s internal
temperature.
*1 GP units with Rev.1 or higher have projections. More information, please see the
nameplate on the GP unit.
• 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 “GP-4100 Series Hardware Manual”.
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• When mounting the GP unit vertically, ensure that
the left side of the unit faces up (i.e. the power
connector and serial interface should be at the
bottom).
• Tightening the screws with too much force can
damage the GP unit’s plastic case.
• In order to guarantee water repelling effect the
necessary torque is 0.52N•m [4.60Lb•in].
Wiring
• If the power connector is the following type,
please read "1. Wiring the Power Cord No.1".
Mounted
Front and Rear Views
Horizontally
when Mounted
(3) Press the installation fastener hooks securely
into the insertion slots on the GP unit. (Press
the hooks in again to release the lock and
remove the installation fasteners.)
(4) Tighten the installation fasteners with a screwdriver. There are two insertion slots on both the
top and bottom of the GP unit.
• If the power connector is the following type, please
read "2. Wiring the Power Cord No.2".
(3)
Press the hooks
securely into
the insertion
slots.
WARNING
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
•
Prior to connecting the GP unit's power cord
terminals to the power terminal block, confirm
that the GP unit's power supply is completely
(4)
Tighten the
screw with a
screwdriver
turned OFF, via a breaker, or similar unit.
•
Supplying a power voltage other than that
specified will damage the power source and
the GP unit.
•
Since there is no power switch on the GP
unit, be sure to attach a breaker-type switch
Top
to its power cord.
•
When the FG terminal is connected, be sure
the wire is grounded.
Insertion Slots
Failure to follow these instructions will result
in death or serious injury.
Bottom
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1.
Wiring the Power Cord No.1
2.
„ Power Cord Specifications
„ Power Cord Specifications
Use copper conductors only.
Power Cord
Diameter
Conductor type
Wiring the Power Cord No.2
• Use copper conductors only.
1.5mm2
2
Simple Wire: 0.75 to
Stranded Wire: 0.75 to 1mm
(18 - 16 AWG)
Power Cord
Diameter
Conductor type
Simple or Stranded Wire*1
5mm
[0.2in]
Conductor
Length
0.75 to 1.5mm2
(18 - 16 AWG)
Simple or Stranded Wire*1
7mm
[0.3in]
Conductor
Length
*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.
*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.
„ Power Connector Specifications
„ Power Connector Specifications
GP Rear
•
•
•
•
+
FG
+
24V
-
0V
FG
Grounding Terminal connected to the GP chassis
+
FG
+
Insertion
Direction FG
„ Connecting the GP Power Cord
24V
0V
Grounding Terminal connected
to the GP chassis
„ Connecting the GP Power Cord
(1) Confirm that the GP unit’s Power Cord is
unplugged from the power supply.
(2) Use a flat-blade screwdriver (Size 0.4 X 2.5) to
loosen the terminal screws.
(3) Strip the power cord, and attach it to the power
connector.
(4) Use a flat-blade screwdriver to tighten the
appropriate terminal screws on the terminal
connector from step 3.
(1) Confirm that the power cord is unplugged from
the power supply.
(2) Check the rated voltage, and remove the sticker
on the power connector that reads "DC 24V".
(3) Remove the power connector (plug) from the
main unit.
(4) Strip the membrane of the power cord, and connect them to the Power Connector.
• Use a flat-blade screwdriver (Size 0.4 x 2.5 mm
(0.015 to 0.098 in.)) to tighten the terminal screws.
The torque required to tighten these screws is
0.22 to 0.25N•m [1.95 to 2.2Lb•In.].
• Do not solder the cable connection. Doing so may
damage the unit due to abnormal heat or cause a fire.
(5) Reattach the Power Connector (plug).
• The torque required to tighten these screws is
0.28N•m (2.5 [Lb•in]).
• The power connector cannot be removed because
it is mounted to GP unit. Do not attempt to
remove or tamper with the power connector. It
may damage the power connector.
• Be sure to loosen the terminal screws before pulling out the power cord. The power connector may
be damaged by pulling the power cord when
attached to the power connector.
• Do not solder the cable connection.
Doing so may damage the unit due to abnormal
heat or cause a fire.
• Be sure to twist the power cords together, up to
the power connector.
• Be sure to twist the power cords together, up to
the power connector.
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3.
Wiring Cautions
UL/c-UL Approval
„ Improving Noise/Surge Resistance
<Cautions>
Be aware of the following items when building the
GP unit into an end-use product:
• For use on a flat surface of a Type 4X (Indoor Use
Only) and/or Type 13 Enclosure.
• The temperature rating of field installed
conductors: 75°C only.
• Must be used with a Class 2 Power Supply. (24
VDC)
• For use in Pollution Degree 2 environment, or
equivalent.
• Surrounding air temperature rating 50°C
maximum or equivalent.
<Compliance and Handling Cautions in Hazardous
Locations>
• SUITABLE FOR USE IN CLASS I, DIVISION 2,
GROUPS A, B, C AND D HAZARDOUS
LOCATIONS, OR NONHAZARDOUS
LOCATIONS ONLY.
• WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD SUBSTITUTION OF ANY COMPONENTS MAY
IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR CLASS I, DIVISION
2.
• WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD - DO NOT
DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT WHILE THE
CIRCUIT IS LIVE OR UNLESS THE AREA IS
KNOWN TO BE FREE OF IGNITABLE
CONCENTRATIONS.
• Control Drawing of USB (Type A) Interface
(USB1).
The information below concerns the use of the
USB interface used in Class I, Division 2, Groups
A, B, C, and D hazardous locations (from Doc No.
3910017-USB).
• 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 (frame 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 greater and a wire of 2mm2
or thicker, or your country’s applicable standard.
Exclusive Grounding
(Best)
Other
GP unit Equipment
Common Grounding
(OK)
Other
GP unit Equipment
Common Grounding
(Not OK)
Other
Equipment
USB Pin Description
1. Vcc
2. D3. D+
4. GND
(See Note 1 for details)
GP unit
Nonincendive
Field
Wiring
Apparatus
Shield GND
1
2
3
4
Notes:
1. Nonincendive Circuit Parameters:
USB interface:
Voc = 5.25 V
7
Isc = 0.7 A
Ca = 16 µF
La = 10 µH
2. Selected Associated Nonincendive Field Wiring
Apparatus shall satisfy the following:
Associated
Nonincendive
Field Wiring
Apparatus for
USB (Type A)
interface of the
GP-4100 Series
-
Voc
≤
Vmax
Isc
≤
lmax
Ca
≥
Ci + C cable
La
≥
Li + L cable
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/
Nonincendive Field
Wiring Apparatus
3. If the electrical parameters of the cable are
unknown, the following values may be used:
Capacitance = 60 pF/ft
Inductive = 0.20 µH/ft
4. Nonincendive Field Wiring must be installed in
accordance with article 501.10(B) of the National
Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70.
5. Nonincendive Field Wiring Apparatus shall not contain or be connected to another source of power.
• USB (mini B) Interface (USB2) is for temporary
connection only during maintenance and setup of
the device. Do not use, connect, or disconnect
unless area is known to be non-hazardous.
Connection or disconnection in an explosive
atmosphere could result in an explosion.
Note
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.
Digital Electronics Corporation
8-2-52 Nanko-higashi
Suminoe-ku, Osaka 559-0031
JAPAN
TEL: +81-(0)6-6613-3116
FAX: +81-(0)6-6613-5888
http://www.pro-face.com
The information in this document is subject to
change without notice.
Copyright © 2012.11 Digital Electronics Corporation.
All Rights Reserved.
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