Programmable Controllers

Programmable Controllers
Programmable Controllers
Multi-application Controllers:
From High-performance Machine C
Highly Reliable Process Control
Ultimate Controller Performance
User-friendly Development Environment
In order to create facilities that have the production
In order to allow easier development of complex
capability to withstand sudden changes in demand, or to
programs, bin addition to an integrated Windows-based
create machinery that is easily distinguished from that
development environment, the new PLCs are equipped
created by market competitors, a top-speed controller that
with a variety of instructions. Structured programming
can deliver the performance required to support these
functionality has been improved to allow programs to be
needs is required. The CS1 PLCs have been equipped with
reused with greater efficiency and thereby reduce labor
the highest I/O responsiveness and data control
requirements and cut costs.
functionality to significantly reduce processing time and to
control machinery movement with greater precision.
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F-2
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Multi-application Controllers:
Concepts .................................. F-2
From High-performance Machine C ontrol to
System Design Guide...................1
System Configuration .................................2
Dimensions/Mounting Dimensions .............9
General Specifications..............................11
Highly Reliable Process Control
Common Specifications for CPU Units.....12
Current Consumption for Power
Supply Units .............................................15
Ordering Information...................17
Basic Configuration Units .........................18
Programming Devices ..............................22
Optional Products and Maintenance
Products ...................................................25
DIN Track Accessories .............................25
Basic I/O Units..........................................26
Special I/O Units and CPU Bus Units.......32
Replacing C200H I/O Units ......................54
Ultimate Controller Performance
User-friendly Development Environment
Efficient Use of Valuable Assets
In order to create facilities that have the production
In order to allow easier development of complex
The know-how that our customers have
capability to withstand sudden changes in demand, or to
programs, bin addition to an integrated Windows-based
accumulated through the years forms the core of
create machinery that is easily distinguished from that
development environment, the new PLCs are equipped
their competitive strength. At OMRON, we believe in
created by market competitors, a top-speed controller that
with a variety of instructions. Structured programming
enhancing this knowhow to the utmost. The key to
can deliver the performance required to support these
functionality has been improved to allow programs to be
doing this is 100% upward compatibility. CS1 PLCs
needs is required. The SYSMAC CS1 PLCs have been
reused with greater efficiency and thereby reduce labor
allow existing Units and programs to be used without
equipped with the highest I/O responsiveness and data
requirements and cut costs.
any changes.
control functionality to significantly reduce processing time
and to control machinery movement with greater precision.
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F-2
F-3
Use the improved CS1 PLCs to scale advanced
systems to the optimum size.
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Wide Lineup Makes It Easy to Build the Optimum System
A total of nine CPU Unit models provide for
a wide range of applications, from
small-scale systems to large. The lineup
also includes Memory Cards, Serial
Communications Boards, and a wide
selection of Special I/O Units that can be
used with any CPU Units to flexibly build the
system that meets the requirements.
Product lineup (Example: LD instruction processing speed, DM capacity)
Program
Capacity
250 K
steps
(LD: 0.02 µs, DM: 448 Kwords)
120 K
steps
(LD: 0.02 µs, DM: 256 Kwords)
(LD: 0.02 µs, DM: 128 Kwords)
60 K
steps
(LD: 0.04 µs, DM: 128 Kwords)
30 K
steps
(LD: 0.04 µs, DM: 64 Kwords)
(LD: 0.02 µs, DM: 64 Kwords)
20 K
steps
(LD: 0.04 µs, DM: 64 Kwords)
(LD: 0.02 µs, DM: 64 Kwords)
10 K
steps
(LD: 0.04 µs, DM: 64 Kwords)
960 pts
1,280 pts
5,120 pts
Number of
I/O points
Two Series of Expansion Racks Up to 50 m Long for
Long-distance Expansion with Up to 72 Units and 7 Racks
With an expansion capacity
of up to 80 Units and 7
Racks over a distance of
12 meters, the CS1 can
meet large-scale control
needs. Alternatively, an I/O
Control Unit and I/O
Interface Units can be used
to connect two series of CS1
Longdistance Expansion
Racks extending up to 50
m each and containing a
total of up to 72 Units and 7
Racks. CS1 Basic I/O Units,
CS1 Special I/O Units, and
CS1 CPU Bus Units can be
mounted anywhere on the
Racks and programmed
without being concerned
about special remote
programming requirements.
Note: C200H Units cannot be
mounted on the Longdistance
Expansion Racks.
F-4
I/O Control Unit
CPU
2 Series of
Expansion Racks;
Up to 7 Racks Total
9 Units
I/O Interface Unit
50 m
50 m
Terminating Resistor
Use the improved SYSMAC CS1 PLCs to
scale advanced systems to the optimum size.
1
Wide Lineup Makes It Easy to Build the Optimum System
A total of nine CPU Unit models provide for
a wide range of applications, from
small-scale systems to large. The lineup
also includes Memory Cards, Serial
Communications Boards, and a wide
selection of Special I/O Units that can be
used with any CPU Units to flexibly build the
system that meets the requirements.
Product lineup (Example: LD instruction processing speed, DM capacity)
Program
Capacity
250 K
steps
Control Up to 960 Points with
Units Mounted to the CPU Rack
Improved Refresh Performance for Data Links,
Remote I/O Communications, and Protocol Macros
The CS1 provides a high level of space
efficiency. As many as 960 I/O points can
be controlled by simply mounting ten Basic
I/O Units, with 96 I/O points each, to the
CPU Rack. Alternatively, as many as 80
analog I/O points can be used by mounting
five Analog Input Units and five Analog
Output Units.
In the past, I/O refresh processing with the
CPU Bus Unit only occurred during I/O
refresh after instructions were executed.
With the new CS1, however, I/O can be
refreshed immediately by using the DLNK
instruction. Immediate refreshing for
processes peculiar to the CPU Bus Unit,
such as for data links and DeviceNet remote
I/O communications, and for allocated CIO
Area/DM Area words when instructions are
executed, means greater refresh
responsiveness for CPU Bus Units.
(LD: 0.02 µs, DM: 448 Kwords)
120 K
steps
Ten I/O Units of 96 points each
(LD: 0.02 µs, DM: 256 Kwords)
CPU Unit
DLNK
n
Five Analog Output
Units of 8 points each
(LD: 0.04 µs, DM: 64 Kwords)
Refresh function
Controller Link Unit
Data links
DeviceNet Unit
Remote I/O
Serial Communications
Unit
Protocol macros
Ethernet Unit
Socket service based
on manipulation of
specific bits.
Large Capacity CPU Units for
Greater Component Control Power
(LD: 0.02 µs, DM: 64 Kwords)
The CS1 CPU Units boast amazing capacity
with up to 5,120 I/O points, 250 Ksteps of
programming, 448 Kwords of data memory
(including expanded data memory) and
4,096 timers/counters each. With a large
programming capacity, CS1 PLCs are not
only ideal for large-scale systems but easily
handle value-added applications and other
advanced data processing.
10 K
steps
(LD: 0.04 µs, DM: 64 Kwords)
960 pts
Five Analog Input Units
of 8 points each
(LD: 0.02 µs, DM: 64 Kwords)
20 K
steps
(LD: 0.04 µs, DM: 64 Kwords)
1,280 pts
5,120 pts
Number of
I/O points
Reduced Variation in Cycle Time During Data Processing
Instructions that require long execution time,
such as table data processing instructions
and text string processing instructions, are
Table data/
text string
processing
Two Series of Expansion Racks Up to 50 m Long for
Long-distance Expansion with Up to 72 Units and 7 Racks
With an expansion capacity
of up to 80 Units and 7
Racks over a distance of
12 meters, the CS1 can
meet large-scale control
needs. Alternatively, an I/O
Control Unit and I/O
Interface Units can be used
to connect two series of CS1
Longdistance Expansion
Racks extending up to 50
m each and containing a
total of up to 72 Units and 7
Racks. CS1 Basic I/O Units,
CS1 Special I/O Units, and
CS1 CPU Bus Units can be
mounted anywhere on the
Racks and programmed
without being concerned
about special remote
programming requirements.
Note: C200H Units cannot be
mounted on the Longdistance
Expansion Racks.
F-4
I/O Control Unit
processed over multiple cycles to minimize
variations in cycle time and maintain stable
I/O response.
Table data/
text string
processing
Only start of
processing
designated.
Background processing performed over
several cycles to limit the impact on cycle
time and thus reduce variation in cycle time.
Variation
The data transfer rate between the CPU
Unit and certain Units has been doubled to
further improve total system performance.
Faster Instruction Execution and Faster Overall Performance
I/O Interface Unit
Baud rate
In addition to further improvements to the
instruction execution engine, which is the
core of overall PLC performance, the
high-speed RISC chip has been upgraded to
realize the fastest instruction execution
doubled
System bus
50 m
50 m
Special I/O Unit
Terminating Resistor
Long
execution
time
The cycle is
temporarily extended
when the instruction
is executed.
System Bus Baud Rate Doubled
CPU
2 Series of
Expansion Racks;
Up to 7 Racks Total
9 Units
Data exchange
during
communications
cycle
Unit name
(LD: 0.04 µs, DM: 128 Kwords)
30 K
steps
CPU Bus
Unit n
● CIO Area words
allocated to CPU
Bus Units
● DM Area words
allocated for CPU
Bus Units
● Specific Area for
CPU Bus Units
(LD: 0.02 µs, DM: 128 Kwords)
60 K
steps
Immediate
I/O refresh
CPU Unit
performance in the industry. Also, the new
models have a mode where instruction
execution and peripheral processing are
processed in parallel, enabling balanced
improvements in overall speed.
● Common Processing
0.3 ms
● PCMIX Value
16
time for 128 inputs
● Cycle Time ( Cycle
)
and 128 outputs
Basic instructions only: 38 Ksteps/ms
Including special instructions: 22 Ksteps/ms
● OUT Instruction Processing Speed
20 ns
20 ns
● Subroutine Processing Speed
2.1 µs
● LD Instruction Processing Speed
F-5
Equipped with functions demanded by
the production site to suit a variety of applications.
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Nested Interlocks (for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
Although strictly speaking the present
interlock instructions do not allow nesting,
applications can be created to include
combination of complete and partial interlock
conditions that achieve nested interlocks.
The new CS1 can convert floating-point
decimal (real numbers) to character strings
(ASCII) for display on a PT (operator
interface). The data can be displayed on the
PT as a character string display element.
Emergency
stop button
MILH 0
Conveyor
operates
Worker
present (a)
PT
MILH 1
Operator
Conversion
instruction
Product
added
Product added
by contact a
Contact a
Emergency
stop button
Simpler Ladder Programs
Convert Between Floating-point Decimal and Character Strings
Floatingpoint
Character
decimal
string
MILC 0
differentiation instructions LD NOT, AND
NOT, and OR NOT, and instructions that
● With other PLCs
Conversion
instruction
Character
Floatingpoint
string
decima
Serial
communications
353030E23030
instructions can be simplified using
access bits in the DM and EM Areas.
Measurement device
(example)
500.00
MILC 1
E.g., 500.00
The new CS1 can convert ASCII character
strings read from measurement devices by
serial communications to floating-point
decimal data for use in data processing.
Ladder programs that use a lot of basic
● With CS1-series PLCs
a
a
Character-string
display element
● CX-Programmer Screen
Support Software
clearly shows the
interlock status.
(1) Conveyor operates
(2) Contact "a" turns ON when operator is present and products
are supplied.
(3) When the emergency stop button is pressed, the conveyor
and product addition both stop.
PID Autotuning
The new CS1 can autotune PID constants
with a PID control instruction. The limit cycle
method is used for autotuning, so the tuning
is completed quickly. This is particularly
effective for multiple-loop PID control.
Highly Accurate Positioning
with XY Tables
The new CS1 has many doubleprecision
processing instructions for floating-point
decimal operations, enabling positioning
with greater accuracy.
Easy Cam Switch Control with Ladder Instructions (for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
Angular data
Comparison table
Output
Upper limit Lower limit
ON
OFF
OFF
Value
converted
by GRY
instruction
Cam switch
Absolute
encoder
Parallel
wiring
Gray code converted
into binary, BCD, or
angles.
Easy Calendar Timer Function
(for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
+
BCMP2
Compared to see whether
data is between upper
and lower limits.
TIME-PROPORTIONAL OUTPUT
(TPO) Instruction
(for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
Error Status Generation for
Debugging
A specified error status can be simulated by
executing the diagnostic instructions
(FAL/FALS). With the new CS1, debugging
is simple for applications that display
messages on a PT or other display device
based on the error status of the CPU Unit.
PT
(Example)
High-precision positioning
Easy Reading of Maintenance
Data via Componet/DeviceNet
The addition of special explicit message
instructions makes it easy to send explicit
messages without having to consider FINS
commands. Transferring data among PLCs
with explicit messages is also simplified.
S
SSR
C
D
TPO
S
C
B
20% 80%
1s
F-6
FAL
Manipulated
variable
Turn ON at 5:00
every evening
No need to
consider FINS
Error in Special I/O Unit
PID
Time-proportioning PID control
can be handled by the PLC by
combining the PID and TPO
(TIME-PROPORTIONAL
OUTPUT) instructions.
ANDW
D00000
#FFFE
D00000
DeviceNet
PT
There is a
possibility that
rack number xx
is disconnected.
be specified using either BCD or binary.
Using binary SV enables longer timers and
higher-value counters.
Special explicit
message instruction
Compares two dates/times
Comparison can be limited
to any combination of
years, months, days, hours,
minutes, or seconds.
Example:
A calendar timer function
can be easily set up to start
a process at exactly 5:00
every evening.
a
The SV for a timer or counter instruction can
An error has
occurred at unit
number xx.
=DT
D00000
#0000
Binary Set Values for
Timer/Counter Instructions
Floating-point
decimal instruction
* The time
interval for
execution by the
GRY instruction
is determined by
the response
speed for reading
data from the
absolute encoder.
ORW
D00000
#0001
D00000
Autotuning for PID constants
(limit cycle method)
PID control instruction with
autotuning
ON
OFF
Compared using
BCMP2 instruction
GRY
PIDAT
OUTB
a
Examples: Timer/Counter Instructions
● TIM (BCD): 0 to 999.0 s
● TIMX (550) (binary) 0 to 6553.5 s
● CNT (BCD): 0 to 999 counts
● CNTX (546) (binary) 0 to 65,535 counts
[Applicable Instructions]
Timer/Counter Instructions
• TIMER: TIMX (550)
• COUNTER: CNTX (546)
• HIGH-SPEED TIMER: TIMHX (551)
• ONE-MS TIMER: TMHHX (552)
• ACCUMULATIVE TIMER: TTIMX (555)
• LONG TIMER: TIMLX (553)
• MULTI-OUTPUT TIMER: MTIMX (554)
• REVERSIBLE COUNTER: CNTRX (548)
• RESET TIMER/COUNTER: CNRX (547)
CompoNet
I/O bus error
FALS
(Supported for DeviceNet Unit version 2.0 or later.)
F-7
Equipped with functions demanded by
the production site to suit a variety of applications.
2
Nested Interlocks (for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
Although strictly speaking the present
interlock instructions do not allow nesting,
applications can be created to include
combination of complete and partial interlock
conditions that achieve nested interlocks.
The new CS1 can convert floating-point
decimal (real numbers) to character strings
(ASCII) for display on a PT (operator
interface). The data can be displayed on the
PT as a character string display element.
Emergency
stop button
MILH 0
Conveyor
operates
Worker
present (a)
PT
MILH 1
Operator
Conversion
instruction
Product
added
Product added
by contact a
Contact a
Emergency
stop button
Simpler Ladder Programs
Convert Between Floating-point Decimal and Character Strings
Floatingpoint
Character
decimal
string
MILC 0
differentiation instructions LD NOT, AND
NOT, and OR NOT, and instructions that
● With other PLCs
Conversion
instruction
Character
Floatingpoint
string
decima
Serial
communications
353030E23030
instructions can be simplified using
access bits in the DM and EM Areas.
Measurement device
(example)
500.00
MILC 1
E.g., 500.00
The new CS1 can convert ASCII character
strings read from measurement devices by
serial communications to floating-point
decimal data for use in data processing.
Ladder programs that use a lot of basic
● With CS1-series PLCs
a
a
Character-string
display element
● CX-Programmer Screen
Support Software
clearly shows the
interlock status.
(1) Conveyor operates
(2) Contact "a" turns ON when operator is present and products
are supplied.
(3) When the emergency stop button is pressed, the conveyor
and product addition both stop.
PID Autotuning
The new CS1 can autotune PID constants
with a PID control instruction. The limit cycle
method is used for autotuning, so the tuning
is completed quickly. This is particularly
effective for multiple-loop PID control.
Highly Accurate Positioning
with XY Tables
The new CS1 has many doubleprecision
processing instructions for floating-point
decimal operations, enabling positioning
with greater accuracy.
Easy Cam Switch Control with Ladder Instructions (for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
Angular data
Comparison table
Output
Upper limit Lower limit
ON
OFF
OFF
Value
converted
by GRY
instruction
Cam switch
Absolute
encoder
Parallel
wiring
Gray code converted
into binary, BCD, or
angles.
Easy Calendar Timer Function
(for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
+
BCMP2
Compared to see whether
data is between upper
and lower limits.
TIME-PROPORTIONAL OUTPUT
(TPO) Instruction
(for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
Error Status Generation for
Debugging
A specified error status can be simulated by
executing the diagnostic instructions
(FAL/FALS). With the new CS1, debugging
is simple for applications that display
messages on a PT or other display device
based on the error status of the CPU Unit.
PT
(Example)
High-precision positioning
Easy Reading of Maintenance
Data via Componet/DeviceNet
The addition of special explicit message
instructions makes it easy to send explicit
messages without having to consider FINS
commands. Transferring data among PLCs
with explicit messages is also simplified.
S
SSR
C
D
TPO
S
C
B
20% 80%
1s
F-6
FAL
Manipulated
variable
Turn ON at 5:00
every evening
No need to
consider FINS
Error in Special I/O Unit
PID
Time-proportioning PID control
can be handled by the PLC by
combining the PID and TPO
(TIME-PROPORTIONAL
OUTPUT) instructions.
ANDW
D00000
#FFFE
D00000
DeviceNet
PT
There is a
possibility that
rack number xx
is disconnected.
be specified using either BCD or binary.
Using binary SV enables longer timers and
higher-value counters.
Special explicit
message instruction
Compares two dates/times
Comparison can be limited
to any combination of
years, months, days, hours,
minutes, or seconds.
Example:
A calendar timer function
can be easily set up to start
a process at exactly 5:00
every evening.
a
The SV for a timer or counter instruction can
An error has
occurred at unit
number xx.
=DT
D00000
#0000
Binary Set Values for
Timer/Counter Instructions
Floating-point
decimal instruction
* The time
interval for
execution by the
GRY instruction
is determined by
the response
speed for reading
data from the
absolute encoder.
ORW
D00000
#0001
D00000
Autotuning for PID constants
(limit cycle method)
PID control instruction with
autotuning
ON
OFF
Compared using
BCMP2 instruction
GRY
PIDAT
OUTB
a
Examples: Timer/Counter Instructions
● TIM (BCD): 0 to 999.0 s
● TIMX (550) (binary) 0 to 6553.5 s
● CNT (BCD): 0 to 999 counts
● CNTX (546) (binary) 0 to 65,535 counts
[Applicable Instructions]
Timer/Counter Instructions
• TIMER: TIMX (550)
• COUNTER: CNTX (546)
• HIGH-SPEED TIMER: TIMHX (551)
• ONE-MS TIMER: TMHHX (552)
• ACCUMULATIVE TIMER: TTIMX (555)
• LONG TIMER: TIMLX (553)
• MULTI-OUTPUT TIMER: MTIMX (554)
• REVERSIBLE COUNTER: CNTRX (548)
• RESET TIMER/COUNTER: CNRX (547)
CompoNet
I/O bus error
FALS
(Supported for DeviceNet Unit version 2.0 or later.)
F-7
The CX-One FA Integrated Tool Package makes design,
development, and maintenance easy and efficient.
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Improved Programming Efficiency with Single-key Operation
The CX-Programmer features the “Single-key Concept” to increase operability. Apart from inputs to
ladder diagrams, history searches, and model jumps, single-key operation can be used for
simulation debugging as well.
Single-key Inputs
Integrated OMRON PLCs and Component Support Software
FA Integrated Tool Package
Just press the
Key and enter the bit number and
comment to complete the input condition. Special
instruction can be input as shown in the following figure.
CX-One Configuration
The CX-One is an FA Integrated
Tool Package for connecting,
setting, and programming OMRON
components, including PLCs. CS1
programming and settings can be
done with just the CX-Programmer,
but the CX-One provides Support
Software for setting and
programming PTs, Temperature
Controllers, and many other
components. Using the CX-One
makes programming and setup
easy, shortening the total lead time
required for starting up machines
and equipment.
1 Network Software
2 PLC Software
3 HMI Software
CX-Programmer
CX-Simulator
SwitchBox Utility
Software
Task
a : = a + 1;
RESULTS=0.0;
Task
Lines can be easily connected using key operations.
CX-Drive
CX-Motion-NCF CX-Motion-MCH
CX-Position
CX-Motion
5
PLC-based Process
Control Software
CX-Process Tool
Face Plate Auto-Builder for NS
6
Component Software for
Temperature Controllers
CX-Thermo
IF M=TRUE THEN
RESULTS=SIN (date):
ENDIF;
Ctrl
Task
CX-Designer
The Ladder Monitor Software is included. (See note 1.)
The multilingual feature supports IEC
61131-3. Programming is possible in a
language that is appropriate for the process
by combining ladder diagram and ST
languages. Function blocks can be created
to make programming even more efficient.
User program
CX-Integrator CX-FLnet CX-Protocol
CX-Configurator FDT Network Configurator
NV-Designer (See note 2.)
4 Motion Control
The allocation of shortcut keys can be checked in the
guidance for ladder input key operations. Key inputs,
such as the
Key for NO input conditions, the
Key for OUTPUT instruction, and the
Key for
special instructions are convenient when programming.
Multiple Languages Can Be Combined
To Make Programming Flexible
Single-key Searches and Jumps
Search functions, such as Find Back (searching
for input conditions or outputs with the same
address) and Find Address can be executed with
a single key.
Simulation and debugging of a PLC program can
also be executed with a single key. Applications
using both a PLC and Programmable Terminal can
be debugged using a computer without the actual
devices using PLC-PT Integrated Simulation.
Structured Text (ST):
Simplifies math
calculations and
character string
processing.
Sequential Function
Charts (SFC):
Controls the steps
in processing.
Task
Single-key Simulation
Ladder diagram:
Controls the
equipment and
external devices.
Function Block
FB
(FB): Can be
used and reused
as modules.
A programming language suitable for the
process can be used.
OMRON FB Library, SAP
Ladder diagrams, communications programs, and control screens can
be created simply by selecting and pasting program modules from the
extensive libraries. Using FB and SAP modules to build the programs,
it is possible to create programs that are easier to understand.
Icons for the simulation function can be accessed directly.
Note: 1. The Ladder Monitor is required to monitor ladder programs running on
CS/CJ-series PLCs from an NS-series PT.
2. Include with CX-One Lite version 4.0 and in CX-One version 3.2 or later.
Debugging
Batch Backup
Management of Multiple Networks
Easy Programming
Smart Input
A complete range of intuitive programming functions is provided, including instruction and address
input assistance, address incrementing, and address Incremental Copy.
These functions enable waste-free programming with minimal effort.
Instruction and Address Input Assistance
When you begin typing an instruction from the keyboard while in the Ladder Editor Window, suggested
instructions are displayed.
All you have to do is select the instruction from the list for easy input even if you do not remember the entire
mnemonic.
Suggested instructions
displayed
The operation of networks with configurations
consisting of multiple networks including PLC
networks such as EtherNet/IP and Controller
Link, field networks such as DeviceNet and
CompoNet, and networks for Programmable
Terminals and Serial Devices, can be restored
simultaneously from the CX-One. Onsite start
up and debugging can be conducted efficiently
and without errors because PLCs and devices
can be selected from the window to transfer
programs and parameter data to the computer
during operation.
Ladder diagram Monitoring for
Multiple PLCs
Multiple PLCs can be monitored by
displaying them in series on the screen.
This way it is easy to debug data links
between PLCs and monitor the inputs and
outputs of different PLCs.
PLC1
PLC2
PLC3
Node 1
Node 2
Node 3
Batch Backup/Restore with a
Computer
A computer can be used to backup,
compare, or restore data for all or specific
PLC Units when connected online. Backup
information is automatically tagged with a
date stamp. It is thus possible to return to
the state before an error occurred. It is also
easy to identify the file
for restoring data when
an error occurs.
Specified backup
destination folder
PLC Backup
Software
CX-Programmer
SYSMAC CS/CJ-series PLC
(CPU Unit + Configuration Units)
Restore
Compare
CX-Integrator
Backup
Time Require for Debugging and Maintenance Has Been Reduced with
the Comprehensive Data Trace Function
Automatic Insertion of Connecting Lines
When an output or application instruction is input, the required connecting line is inserted automatically
starting at the cursor location. This greatly simplifies the work required to insert lines.
Address Incremental Copy
To create the same group of ladder instructions more than once, the address incremental copy function can
be used to reuse the instructions simply by inputting an address offset. Also, address offsets can be set
individually and I/O comments can be created automatically.
F-8
Functionality and operability has been
significantly upgraded compared to the
previous data trace function. The new data
trace function provides comprehensive
debugging, such as I/O comment display of
sampled addresses, specification using
symbols, checking the measurement time
between two selected points, and layering
waveforms. Furthermore, data sampled
from the CPU Unit’s trace memory can be
saved to a file on the computer at a
specified frequency. This can be used as for
long-term logging of data.
● Data Trace Function
Sampled values from a specific word will be displayed.
The traced waveforms can be
displayed as layers.
Sampled value from a
specific input bit will be
displayed.
F-9
gn,
Improved Programming Efficiency with Single-key Operation
The CX-Programmer features the “Single-key Concept” to increase operability. Apart from inputs to
ladder diagrams, history searches, and model jumps, single-key operation can be used for
simulation debugging as well.
Single-key Inputs
The allocation of shortcut keys can be checked in the
guidance for ladder input key operations. Key inputs,
such as the
Key for NO input conditions, the
Key for OUTPUT instruction, and the
Key for
special instructions are convenient when programming.
Just press the
Key and enter the bit number and
comment to complete the input condition. Special
instruction can be input as shown in the following figure.
Multiple Languages Can Be Combined
To Make Programming Flexible
The multilingual feature supports IEC
61131-3. Programming is possible in a
language that is appropriate for the process
by combining ladder diagram and ST
languages. Function blocks can be created
to make programming even more efficient.
User program
Task
a : = a + 1;
RESULTS=0.0;
Task
Lines can be easily connected using key operations.
IF M=TRUE THEN
RESULTS=SIN (date):
ENDIF;
Ctrl
Task
Single-key Searches and Jumps
Search functions, such as Find Back (searching
for input conditions or outputs with the same
address) and Find Address can be executed with
a single key.
Simulation and debugging of a PLC program can
also be executed with a single key. Applications
using both a PLC and Programmable Terminal can
be debugged using a computer without the actual
devices using PLC-PT Integrated Simulation.
Structured Text (ST):
Simplifies math
calculations and
character string
processing.
Sequential Function
Charts (SFC):
Controls the steps
in processing.
Task
Single-key Simulation
Ladder diagram:
Controls the
equipment and
external devices.
Function Block
FB
(FB): Can be
used and reused
as modules.
A programming language suitable for the
process can be used.
OMRON FB Library, SAP
Ladder diagrams, communications programs, and control screens can
be created simply by selecting and pasting program modules from the
extensive libraries. Using FB and SAP modules to build the programs,
it is possible to create programs that are easier to understand.
Icons for the simulation function can be accessed directly.
Debugging
Batch Backup
Management of Multiple Networks
The operation of networks with configurations
consisting of multiple networks including PLC
networks such as EtherNet/IP and Controller
Link, field networks such as DeviceNet and
CompoNet, and networks for Programmable
Terminals and Serial Devices, can be restored
simultaneously from the CX-One. Onsite start
up and debugging can be conducted efficiently
and without errors because PLCs and devices
can be selected from the window to transfer
programs and parameter data to the computer
during operation.
Ladder diagram Monitoring for
Multiple PLCs
Multiple PLCs can be monitored by
displaying them in series on the screen.
This way it is easy to debug data links
between PLCs and monitor the inputs and
outputs of different PLCs.
PLC1
PLC2
PLC3
Node 1
Node 2
Node 3
Batch Backup/Restore with a
Computer
A computer can be used to backup,
compare, or restore data for all or specific
PLC Units when connected online. Backup
information is automatically tagged with a
date stamp. It is thus possible to return to
the state before an error occurred. It is also
easy to identify the file
for restoring data when
an error occurs.
Specified backup
destination folder
PLC Backup
Software
CX-Programmer
CS/CJ-series PLC
(CPU Unit + Configuration Units)
Restore
Compare
CX-Integrator
Backup
Time Require for Debugging and Maintenance Has Been Reduced with
the Comprehensive Data Trace Function
Functionality and operability has been
significantly upgraded compared to the
previous data trace function. The new data
trace function provides comprehensive
debugging, such as I/O comment display of
sampled addresses, specification using
symbols, checking the measurement time
between two selected points, and layering
waveforms. Furthermore, data sampled
from the CPU Unit’s trace memory can be
saved to a file on the computer at a
specified frequency. This can be used as for
long-term logging of data.
● Data Trace Function
Sampled values from a specific word will be displayed.
The traced waveforms can be
displayed as layers.
Sampled value from a
specific input bit will be
displayed.
F-9
Further improvements to communications functions.
Seamless networks increase production site transparency.
4
High-speed, High-capacity Data
Links between PLCs via
EtherNet/IP
EtherNet/IP is supported. EtherNet/IP is a
global-standard network that uses
cutting-edge general Ethernet technology
for control and information network
integration. This enables data links between
PLCs, data links between a PLC and
multi-vendor devices, and communications
between PLCs and PTs over a general
Ethernet network.
Functions for Better Ethernet
Support
The Solution for Communicating across Network Levels
Ethernet is becoming increasingly important
standard for information networks. Up to
eight socket interfaces for TCP/IP and
UDP/IP are supported, in addition to FINS
messages, FTP file transfers, and mail
notification, so that production management
can now be organically linked with the
production site.
The SYSMAC CS1 enables FINS message
communications across a maximum of eight
levels (See note.) (using CX-Programmer
Ver. 4.0 or higher) in comparison with three
levels in previous OMRON systems
Expansion up to eight levels lets you build a
CompoNet is a multi-vendor network for
bit-level control of approximately 1,000
points in 1.0 ms. It supports message
communications at the sensor and actuator
levels. Maintenance information can be
controlled in each Slave for preventative
maintenance of equipment.
OMRON offers a full lineup of reliable PLCs
including the "flagship" CS1 Series, and ranging
from the small scale CP1H to the large-scale
CV Series. The CS1 Series meets the needs
not only of small-scale to large-scale systems,
but of distributed systems as well. This allows
the construction of the optimum system for the
scale and applications of the production site.
seamless communications system for
sending FINS messages across multiple
levels of Ethernet and Controller Link
networks.
Note: For CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or later.
Head office, remote office,
home, business trip destination
• CX-Programmer
Head office or
remote office
• Web browser
• CX-Programmer
Information network
CompoNet Greatly Advances
Wiring Reductions, Greater
Information Handling, and
Standardization
A Wide Range of Systems,
from Small-scale to Large
FA Wireless LAN Unit
WE70
Ethernet and EtherNet/IP
CS1
Ethernet Unit and
EtherNet/IP Unit
CS1
Ethernet Unit and
EtherNet/IP Unit
Controller Link Unit
Controller network
The CS1 Series supports the worldwide
multivendor bus standard, DeviceNet.
Component connections in a multivendor
environment are greatly enhanced by
connecting to up to 64 nodes for a wide
range of FA applications, and by device
profiles and configurator tools that ensure
high reliability and easy maintenance.
Production systems can be configured even
more flexibly by incorporating products such
as the MULTIPLE I/O TERMINAL.
Seamless
Flexible System Building Based
on the DeviceNet
NS Series V8
CS1
CompoNet
Master Unit
CS1
CS1
EtherNet/IP Unit
DeviceNet Unit
EtherNet/IP Unit
Component network
CompoNet
F-10
Controller Link
Hub
EtherNet/IP
DeviceNet
GRT1-TBL
ID4
0
2
TS
1
3
ID4
0
2
TS
1
3
ID4
0
2
TS
1
3
OD4
0
2
TS
1
3
OD4
0
2
TS
1
3
OD4
0
2
TS
1
3
END
CompoNet
Master Unit
Controller
Link Unit
CS1
DeviceNet Unit
Controller Link Unit
CompoNet
DeviceNet
GRT1-TBL
ID4
0
2
TS
1
3
ID4
0
2
TS
1
3
ID4
0
2
TS
1
3
OD4
0
2
TS
1
3
OD4
0
2
TS
1
3
OD4
0
2
TS
1
3
END
F-11
ns.
sparency.
A Wide Range of Systems,
from Small-scale to Large
The Solution for Communicating across Network Levels
The CS1 enables FINS message
communications across a maximum of eight
levels (See note.) (using CX-Programmer
Ver. 4.0 or higher) in comparison with three
levels in previous OMRON systems
Expansion up to eight levels lets you build a
OMRON offers a full lineup of reliable PLCs
including the "flagship" CS1 Series, and ranging
from the small scale CP1H to the large-scale
CV Series. The CS1 Series meets the needs
not only of small-scale to large-scale systems,
but of distributed systems as well. This allows
the construction of the optimum system for the
scale and applications of the production site.
seamless communications system for
sending FINS messages across multiple
levels of Ethernet and Controller Link
networks.
Note: For CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or later.
Head office, remote office,
home, business trip destination
• CX-Programmer
Head office or
remote office
• Web browser
• CX-Programmer
FA Wireless LAN Unit
WE70
Ethernet and EtherNet/IP
CS1
Ethernet Unit and
EtherNet/IP Unit
CS1
Ethernet Unit and
EtherNet/IP Unit
Controller Link Unit
Controller Link
Hub
EtherNet/IP
NS Series V8
CS1
CS1
EtherNet/IP Unit
DeviceNet Unit
DeviceNet
GRT1-TBL
ID4
0
2
TS
1
3
ID4
0
2
TS
1
3
ID4
0
2
TS
1
3
OD4
0
2
TS
1
3
OD4
0
2
TS
1
3
OD4
0
2
TS
1
3
END
CompoNet
Master Unit
Controller
Link Unit
CS1
DeviceNet Unit
Controller Link Unit
CompoNet
DeviceNet
GRT1-TBL
ID4
0
2
TS
1
3
ID4
0
2
TS
1
3
ID4
0
2
TS
1
3
OD4
0
2
TS
1
3
OD4
0
2
TS
1
3
OD4
0
2
TS
1
3
END
F-11
Construction of systems in multi-vendor environments simplified
with Serial Gateway Function.
5
Unit Ver. 3.0 or later)
Serial Gateway (CPU
(Serial Communications Units/Boards with Ver. 1.2 or later)
Truly Seamless Incorporation of OMRON Components and Other Devices
into Networks
When the CPU Unit (Ver. 3.0 or later) or
Serial Communications Board or Serial
Communications Unit (Ver. 1.2 or later)
receive a FINS command containing a
CompoWay/F command (see note 1.) via
network or serial communications, the
command is automatically converted to a
protocol suitable for the message and
forwarded using serial communications.
● CompoWay/F (See note 2.)
● Host Link FINS (Possible only with Serial
Communications Units or Serial
Communications Boards)
FINS network
Gateway
Serial
communications
Component/PLC
Note 1: FINS
Abbreviation for Factory Interface Network Service. A
command system for message services common to
OMRON networks. FINS commands can be sent across up
to 8 network levels*, including serial communications paths
using a serial gateway. (*Possible only with CS/CJ-series
CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or later.)
Note 2: CompoWay/F
CompoWay/F is an integrated communications protocol
used for OMRON general-purpose serial communications.
It is used by Temperature Controllers, Digital Panel Meters,
Timer/Counters, Smart Sensors, Cam Positioners, Safety
Controllers, etc. (as of July 2004).
● Serial Gateway System (Reference)
When CompoWay/F commands are enclosed
in FINS commands and sent to Serial
FINS command received
Communications Boards or Serial
Serial Gateway: FINS
command "capsule"
opened and contents
retrieved.
Sent as a CompoWay/
F command
Communications Units (Ver. 1.2) or serial
ports on CPU Unit Ver. 3.0, the enclosed
CompoWay/F command is retrieved using a
Serial Gateway Function and sent as a
CompoWay/F command.
Temperature
Controller
Smart Sensor
OMRON Components
F-12
More Ports for Even More
Serial Device Connections
Windows-based Software Simplifies
Serial Device Connections
Protocol macros make it easy to create serial
communications protocols (communications
frames, error checks, retries, error
processing, etc.) to match those of remote
communications devices. Multiple ports are
provided for this function. Each PLC
supports up to 16 Serial Communications
Units (32 ports total) and one Serial
Communications Board (with 2 ports). This
makes it possible to connect up to 34
devices with serial communications at a
speed of 38.4 Kbps. Message length has
been increased from 256 to 1,000 bytes to
give communications more power than ever
before.
Protocol macros for Serial Communications
Units and Boards can be created using the
CX-Protocol, thus enabling message tracing
and greatly reducing the time involved in
connecting various serial devices.
Enhanced Protocol Macro
Functionality
● Serial Communications Configuration Example
(Serial Communications Units/Boards with Ver. 1.2 or later)
● Baud rate increased from 38,400 bps to
57,600 bps for faster communications.
● Standard system protocol added for
greater connectability with components
and PLCs.
• CompoWay/F Master
• Host Link Master functions
• Mitsubishi Computer Link Master
Programming Devices
Host computer, etc.
CX-Programmer
CX-Protocol
Programming
CX-Motion
Console
Host Link
ASCII Unit
Serial Communications Unit
Serial Communications Board
CPU Unit
Peripheral bus
(Programming
Console bus)
Programmable
Terminal
Wide Range of Applicable
Protocols Allows for High
Value-added Programs
The CS1 Series supports a wide range of
serial communications protocols, such as
Host Link, no-protocol, NT Link, peripheral
bus, and more. These allow for high
value-added programs such as MMI,
communications, and data processing.
NT Link
Commercially-available
external device
General-purpose protocol
using BASIC in ASCII Unit
Protocol macros
Commercially-available Microcomputer,
etc.
external device
Non-OMRON
PLCs, etc.
Temperature controller,
bar code reader, etc.
Protocol macros
Protocol macros
The Fastest Communications in the
Industry with High-speed NT Links
Combine with one of the NS Series
Programmable Terminals (NS12, NS10, or
NS7) to enable connecting Highspeed NT
Links. Using NT Link terminology together
with a communications speed of 115 Kbps
provides high-speed response.
● No-protocol
● Host Links
Sending Host Link and
FINS commands
Reading and writing
of I/O memory and
operating modes
● NT Links (1:N Mode)
Device
Response
CPU Unit
RS-232C Port
Serial
Communications
Board
Serial
Communications
Unit
TXD instruction
or RXD instruction
using Serial
Communications
Unit
Data input from a
bar code reader
TXD instruction or
RXD instruction
using CPU Unit's
RS-232 port or Serial
Communications Board
Data output to printer
Supports No-protocol Communications
Programmable
Terminal
Programmable
Terminal
* PLC-to-PT connection in NT Link (1:N mode)
communications can be either one-to-one or one-to-many.
(Serial Communications Units/Boards with Ver. 1.2 or later)
● No-protocol communications supported for Serial
Communications Units and Serial Communications
Boards.
● This mode enables components to be connected to
multiple communications ports using no-protocol
communications.
● Serial port I/O instructions executable using no-protocol
communications from Serial Communications Units and
Serial Communications Boards (TXDU, RXDU, TXD,
and RXD) are supported for CPU Units with Ver. 3.0 or
later.
F-13
Construction of systems in multi-vendor environments simplified
with Serial Gateway Function.
5
Unit Ver. 3.0 or later)
Serial Gateway (CPU
(Serial Communications Units/Boards with Ver. 1.2 or later)
Truly Seamless Incorporation of OMRON Components and Other Devices
into Networks
When the CPU Unit (Ver. 3.0 or later) or
Serial Communications Board or Serial
Communications Unit (Ver. 1.2 or later)
receive a FINS command containing a
CompoWay/F command (see note 1.) via
network or serial communications, the
command is automatically converted to a
protocol suitable for the message and
forwarded using serial communications.
● CompoWay/F (See note 2.)
● Host Link FINS (Possible only with Serial
Communications Units or Serial
Communications Boards)
FINS network
Gateway
Serial
communications
Component/PLC
Note 1: FINS
Abbreviation for Factory Interface Network Service. A
command system for message services common to
OMRON networks. FINS commands can be sent across up
to 8 network levels*, including serial communications paths
using a serial gateway. (*Possible only with CS/CJ-series
CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or later.)
Note 2: CompoWay/F
CompoWay/F is an integrated communications protocol
used for OMRON general-purpose serial communications.
It is used by Temperature Controllers, Digital Panel Meters,
Timer/Counters, Smart Sensors, Cam Positioners, Safety
Controllers, etc. (as of July 2004).
● Serial Gateway System (Reference)
When CompoWay/F commands are enclosed
in FINS commands and sent to Serial
FINS command received
Communications Boards or Serial
Serial Gateway: FINS
command "capsule"
opened and contents
retrieved.
Sent as a CompoWay/
F command
Communications Units (Ver. 1.2) or serial
ports on CPU Unit Ver. 3.0, the enclosed
CompoWay/F command is retrieved using a
Serial Gateway Function and sent as a
CompoWay/F command.
Temperature
Controller
Smart Sensor
OMRON Components
F-12
More Ports for Even More
Serial Device Connections
Windows-based Software Simplifies
Serial Device Connections
Protocol macros make it easy to create serial
communications protocols (communications
frames, error checks, retries, error
processing, etc.) to match those of remote
communications devices. Multiple ports are
provided for this function. Each PLC
supports up to 16 Serial Communications
Units (32 ports total) and one Serial
Communications Board (with 2 ports). This
makes it possible to connect up to 34
devices with serial communications at a
speed of 38.4 Kbps. Message length has
been increased from 256 to 1,000 bytes to
give communications more power than ever
before.
Protocol macros for Serial Communications
Units and Boards can be created using the
CX-Protocol, thus enabling message tracing
and greatly reducing the time involved in
connecting various serial devices.
Enhanced Protocol Macro
Functionality
● Serial Communications Configuration Example
(Serial Communications Units/Boards with Ver. 1.2 or later)
● Baud rate increased from 38,400 bps to
57,600 bps for faster communications.
● Standard system protocol added for
greater connectability with components
and PLCs.
• CompoWay/F Master
• Host Link Master functions
• Mitsubishi Computer Link Master
Programming Devices
Host computer, etc.
CX-Programmer
CX-Protocol
Programming
CX-Motion
Console
Host Link
ASCII Unit
Serial Communications Unit
Serial Communications Board
CPU Unit
Peripheral bus
(Programming
Console bus)
Programmable
Terminal
Wide Range of Applicable
Protocols Allows for High
Value-added Programs
The CS1 Series supports a wide range of
serial communications protocols, such as
Host Link, no-protocol, NT Link, peripheral
bus, and more. These allow for high
value-added programs such as MMI,
communications, and data processing.
NT Link
Commercially-available
external device
General-purpose protocol
using BASIC in ASCII Unit
Protocol macros
Commercially-available Microcomputer,
etc.
external device
Non-OMRON
PLCs, etc.
Temperature controller,
bar code reader, etc.
Protocol macros
Protocol macros
The Fastest Communications in the
Industry with High-speed NT Links
Combine with one of the NS Series
Programmable Terminals (NS12, NS10, or
NS7) to enable connecting Highspeed NT
Links. Using NT Link terminology together
with a communications speed of 115 Kbps
provides high-speed response.
● No-protocol
● Host Links
Sending Host Link and
FINS commands
Reading and writing
of I/O memory and
operating modes
● NT Links (1:N Mode)
Device
Response
CPU Unit
RS-232C Port
Serial
Communications
Board
Serial
Communications
Unit
TXD instruction
or RXD instruction
using Serial
Communications
Unit
Data input from a
bar code reader
TXD instruction or
RXD instruction
using CPU Unit's
RS-232 port or Serial
Communications Board
Data output to printer
Supports No-protocol Communications
Programmable
Terminal
Programmable
Terminal
* PLC-to-PT connection in NT Link (1:N mode)
communications can be either one-to-one or one-to-many.
(Serial Communications Units/Boards with Ver. 1.2 or later)
● No-protocol communications supported for Serial
Communications Units and Serial Communications
Boards.
● This mode enables components to be connected to
multiple communications ports using no-protocol
communications.
● Serial port I/O instructions executable using no-protocol
communications from Serial Communications Units and
Serial Communications Boards (TXDU, RXDU, TXD,
and RXD) are supported for CPU Units with Ver. 3.0 or
later.
F-13
Advanced management and resource inheritance
providing powerful support for maintenance and operation.
1. Program or monitor a remote
PLC via a modem connection.
2. Program or monitor a
network PLC via a Host Link
connection.
3. Send e-mail for errors from
PLCs connected to Ethernet.
Boost Program Security by
Keeping Part of It Hidden
Prevent Information Leaks from
PLCs (for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
Write Protection from a Specific
Node over the Network
(for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
In addition to applying read protection
functions to the user program area and
tasks, you can also protect against the
transfer of user programs to a Memory Card.
This prevents leaks of proprietary
information by completely protecting against
the reading of programs inside the PLC.
(for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
You can prevent access to special tasks by
requiring the user to have a password to
read them.
Task 1
3. Mail
Ethernet
{
Use a password to
prevent reading of
only task 2.
Crucial
programming
cannot be read.
6
Remote Maintenance
Task 2
×
Modem
Host Link
CX-Programmer
Ver. 4.0
{
Read
protection
Reading
possible
No transfer
possible
2. Remote
programming/
monitoring via
Host Link (See note.)
Modem
Note: The same kind of programming and monitoring
performed via normal Host Link is possible.
This allows you to hide crucial parts of the
program.
By applying write protection, you can also
prevent a user from inadvertently writing over
the hidden part of the program. This provides
additional protection for your program.
Read protection
Write protection
Download
User programs, I/O memory, or system
parameters can be converted to
Windows-based files and stored in Memory
Cards or in EM file memory in the CPU Unit.
It is also possible to automatically read the
user program and other data from the
Memory Card to the CPU Unit at startup,
replacing ROM operation. Change programs
on-site using only a Memory Card and
Programming Console, or use Memory
Cards to store symbol tables or I/O
comments. Connecting a Programming
Device allows monitoring operations with
ladder programs with comments. It is also
possible to save and read data such as DM
data to a Memory Card during operation,
and the Memory Cards are ideal for
operations such as saving quality data and
reading recipes.
×
Office
PC Card
Adapter
Internal Flash Memory-based
Battery-free Operation
Flash memory (non-volatile memory) is built
into the new CS1's CPU Unit. User
programs and system parameters (e.g., PC
Setup and data link tables) are automatically
Reading
possible
Write enabled
● CV-CS address conversion instruction to
convert programs designed for the
CVM1/CV that include internal I/O memory
addresses.
● C200HX/HG/HE: Region comparison (ZCP
and ZCPL) instructions.
C200HX/HG/HE
Easy replacement
Replace Malfunctioning Units
without Turning OFF the Power
(Online Unit Replacement)
When an I/O Unit, a Special I/O Unit, or a
CPU Bus Unit is malfunctioning, it is now
possible to replace the faulty Unit while the
system continues operating. This is
particularly effective for systems that cannot
be stopped when a problem has occurred in
another part of the system.
(This function requires a [email protected]@S. CPU
Unit, a CS1D-BC082 or CS1D-BI092 Backplane,
and a CS1D-PA207R or CS1D-PD024 Power
Supply Unit.)
Faulty Unit
CPU
PS
CS1
CVM1/CV
Card and battery.
Memory Card
Upload
(1) Remove the
faulty Unit
after stopping
access to it.
Built-in flash memory
● User program
● Parameter area data
(2) Resume
access after
replacing the
Unit.
CS1
Store All I/O Comments, Symbol Names, Rung Comments, and Other
Information in CPU Unit Comment Memory (See note.) (Unit Ver. 3.0 or later)
Battery-free
operation
with no Memory
Card.
Production
site
F-14
Easy Replacement of Existing
Models
saved to this flash memory. This means that
the new CS1 can operate without a Memory
×
Write
protection
Memory Card
Programs designed for existing models
(C200HX/HG/HE, CVM1, or CV-series
PLCs) using the CX-Programmer can be
converted for use with the new CS1. The
following functions are available to make the
conversion to the new CS1 even easier.
×
Memory Cards for Data File
Management
CX-Programmer
Ver. 4.0
Task 3
1. Remote programming/monitoring
via modem (See note.)
Phone line
You can now stop specific nodes from
writing over the network. By preventing
unintentionally writes to the PLC while
monitoring data over the network, you
can prevent potential problems.
Programming
Console
When downloading projects, the Memory
Card, EM file memory, or comment memory
(in the CPU Unit's flash memory) can be
selected as the transfer destination for I/O
comments, symbol names, rung comments,
and other data. This enables data such as
I/O comments, symbol names, and rung
comments to be stored in the CPU Unit's
internal comment memory when a Memory
Card or EM file memory are both not
available.
Note: CX-Programmer Ver. 5.0 or higher required.
F-15
Advanced management and resource inheritance
providing powerful support for maintenance and operation.
1. Program or monitor a remote
PLC via a modem connection.
2. Program or monitor a
network PLC via a Host Link
connection.
3. Send e-mail for errors from
PLCs connected to Ethernet.
Boost Program Security by
Keeping Part of It Hidden
Prevent Information Leaks from
PLCs (for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
Write Protection from a Specific
Node over the Network
(for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
In addition to applying read protection
functions to the user program area and
tasks, you can also protect against the
transfer of user programs to a Memory Card.
This prevents leaks of proprietary
information by completely protecting against
the reading of programs inside the PLC.
(for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
You can prevent access to special tasks by
requiring the user to have a password to
read them.
Task 1
3. Mail
Ethernet
{
Use a password to
prevent reading of
only task 2.
Crucial
programming
cannot be read.
6
Remote Maintenance
Task 2
×
Modem
Host Link
CX-Programmer
Ver. 4.0
{
Read
protection
Reading
possible
No transfer
possible
2. Remote
programming/
monitoring via
Host Link (See note.)
Modem
Note: The same kind of programming and monitoring
performed via normal Host Link is possible.
This allows you to hide crucial parts of the
program.
By applying write protection, you can also
prevent a user from inadvertently writing over
the hidden part of the program. This provides
additional protection for your program.
Read protection
Write protection
Download
User programs, I/O memory, or system
parameters can be converted to
Windows-based files and stored in Memory
Cards or in EM file memory in the CPU Unit.
It is also possible to automatically read the
user program and other data from the
Memory Card to the CPU Unit at startup,
replacing ROM operation. Change programs
on-site using only a Memory Card and
Programming Console, or use Memory
Cards to store symbol tables or I/O
comments. Connecting a Programming
Device allows monitoring operations with
ladder programs with comments. It is also
possible to save and read data such as DM
data to a Memory Card during operation,
and the Memory Cards are ideal for
operations such as saving quality data and
reading recipes.
×
Office
PC Card
Adapter
Internal Flash Memory-based
Battery-free Operation
Flash memory (non-volatile memory) is built
into the new CS1's CPU Unit. User
programs and system parameters (e.g., PC
Setup and data link tables) are automatically
Reading
possible
Write enabled
● CV-CS address conversion instruction to
convert programs designed for the
CVM1/CV that include internal I/O memory
addresses.
● C200HX/HG/HE: Region comparison (ZCP
and ZCPL) instructions.
C200HX/HG/HE
Easy replacement
Replace Malfunctioning Units
without Turning OFF the Power
(Online Unit Replacement)
When an I/O Unit, a Special I/O Unit, or a
CPU Bus Unit is malfunctioning, it is now
possible to replace the faulty Unit while the
system continues operating. This is
particularly effective for systems that cannot
be stopped when a problem has occurred in
another part of the system.
(This function requires a [email protected]@S. CPU
Unit, a CS1D-BC082 or CS1D-BI092 Backplane,
and a CS1D-PA207R or CS1D-PD024 Power
Supply Unit.)
Faulty Unit
CPU
PS
CS1
CVM1/CV
Card and battery.
Memory Card
Upload
(1) Remove the
faulty Unit
after stopping
access to it.
Built-in flash memory
● User program
● Parameter area data
(2) Resume
access after
replacing the
Unit.
CS1
Store All I/O Comments, Symbol Names, Rung Comments, and Other
Information in CPU Unit Comment Memory (See note.) (Unit Ver. 3.0 or later)
Battery-free
operation
with no Memory
Card.
Production
site
F-14
Easy Replacement of Existing
Models
saved to this flash memory. This means that
the new CS1 can operate without a Memory
×
Write
protection
Memory Card
Programs designed for existing models
(C200HX/HG/HE, CVM1, or CV-series
PLCs) using the CX-Programmer can be
converted for use with the new CS1. The
following functions are available to make the
conversion to the new CS1 even easier.
×
Memory Cards for Data File
Management
CX-Programmer
Ver. 4.0
Task 3
1. Remote programming/monitoring
via modem (See note.)
Phone line
You can now stop specific nodes from
writing over the network. By preventing
unintentionally writes to the PLC while
monitoring data over the network, you
can prevent potential problems.
Programming
Console
When downloading projects, the Memory
Card, EM file memory, or comment memory
(in the CPU Unit's flash memory) can be
selected as the transfer destination for I/O
comments, symbol names, rung comments,
and other data. This enables data such as
I/O comments, symbol names, and rung
comments to be stored in the CPU Unit's
internal comment memory when a Memory
Card or EM file memory are both not
available.
Note: CX-Programmer Ver. 5.0 or higher required.
F-15
Programmable Controller
The CS1 Duplex System Boosts the
Reliability of Facilities and Equipment
7
Ethernet Unit
Controller Link Unit
Duplex CPU Units
● Communications Units can be either duplexed or
used individually.
Hot Standby System Adopted for
CPU Unit Duplexing
● When a problem occurs in the CPU Unit,
the system instantly switches control to
the other CPU Unit, enabling continuous
operation with minimal effect on the
system.
● Because there is no need for special
duplex programming, the design process
is simple and design steps are reduced.
The system can also be configured with only one each
of the CPU, Power Supply, and Communications Units.
This lets you optimize the system cost by selecting the
Units that you need. (The Duplex Unit must be used
even when using only one each of the CPU, Power
Supply, and Communications Units.)
Duplex Power Supply Units
● Power Supply Units can be either duplexed or
used individually.
Online Unit Replacement
With either a Duplex-CPU or Single-CPU
CS1D System, Basic I/O Units, Special I/O
Units, and CPU Bus Units can be replaced
online while the system continues operation.
Although operation will stop for the Unit
being replaced, all other Units will continue
operation.
During System Operation with
Power Supplied
Perform the online Unit
replacement operation
from the Programming
Console or CX-Programmer.
Unit
replaced
Duplex operation is possible for any or all of the following:
CPU Units, Power Supply Units, and Communications Units.
Use duplex operation for the CPU Unit,
power supply, or communications
depending on system requirements for
reliability, costs, and functionality. For
example, use duplex operation for all of
these for systems that must never go down
or use duplex operation for only the power
supply (which has a relatively short service
life). Just build in the redundancy required
by the system.
Increase the Reliability of Information with Duplex Networks
Duplex Ethernet for Greater Information Network Reliability
With redundant networks and
selected for each communications process
Communications Units, communications will
(as opposed to switching the entire line), to
continue even if a network line is broken or
enable creating a highly reliable network
one of the Communications Units fails. The
even against a network line broken in more
communications path is automatically
than one location.
This path is automatically
selected.
Unit failure
F-16
This path is automatically selected.
This path is automatically selected.
The CS1D-ETN21D and
CS1D CPU Unit version
1.1 or higher are
required for a duplex
Ethernet network.
Duplex Networks between PLCs
with Controller Link
Even if one Unit fails, the other Unit will
back it up and continue communications.
Even if a line breaks, a loopback will be
used to maintain the network.
Either the CS1W-CLK13 or CS1W-CLK53 is
required for a Duplex Controller Link network.
Line backed
up with
loopback
Expansion Cables and Expansion Backplanes can be duplexed
and replaced online.
Expansion Cables can be
duplexed and replaced online.
Expansion Backplanes can be
added online.
By mounting Duplexed Expansion I/O Units
and Expansion Cables, the Expansion
Cables can be replaced during operation. In
addition, problems such as cable
disconnections are monitored, so the
location of the failure can be easily identified.
● Even in systems where the power cannot
be turned OFF or operation cannot be
stopped, it is easy to add functions after
system operation has started.
● Modifications can be easily made after
startup for devices for which the power is
not easily turned OFF.
Equipment in operation
ETN21D
RUN
100M
ERH
TCP
RUN
ERC
SD
RD
LINK
ERR/ALM
0
PRPHL COMM
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
0
L
R
RUN
DPL STATUS
ACTIVE
CPU STATUS
ACTIVE
CPU STATUS
LEFT CPU
USE
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
NO USE
ERR/ALM
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
RIGHT CPU
1
×161
DPL01
INH BKUP
DPL
UNIT
NO.
NODE
NO.
×160
MCPWR
USE
BUSY
NO USE
OPEN
MCPWR
BUSY
OPEN
DPL SW
ON
PERIPHERAL
Break
ON OFF
SPL DPL
ACT. ACT.
LEFT RIGHT
PERIPHERAL
INIT.
100BASE-TX
10BASE-T
SW
PRPHL
COMM
A39512
RSV
PORT
ON
PORT
DUPLEX
No need to stop
equipment to make
additions.
Unit failed.
Node backed up.
Rack added
Program without Being Concerned with Duplex Operation
Initial and maintenance costs
are reduced.
No special programming is required to use duplex communications with
the CS1D, making it simple to design programs for duplex systems.
Allows effective use of software
assets.
● The complex programming required in previous applications for duplex
communications with Ethernet is eliminated.
Previously it was necessary to program
operation for both Ethernet Units.
Just program the operation as if for one
Ethernet Unit, and the PLC will determine
the destination and send the message.
Programming to
determine destination
Tried first.
SEND
PLC automatically determines
destination.
SEND
Destination
Other Unit tried if no
response from first Unit.
Complete compatibility among
Units.
SEND
● Controller Link networks enable allocating data link areas without wasting
memory.
Previously, twice
the memory was
required to
implement data
links for two
Controller Link
Units, and it was
necessary to
determine which
data could be
used.
Two sets of
the same data
link areas
were required
and
programming
was required
to select the
areas.
The same support software can be used in
systems combining the CS1 and CJ1 Series,
and all software programs and data are
compatible. Their application and reuse are
extremely easy. There is also no need for
ladder programs for duplexing. This means
that when converting an existing system to a
Duplex System, there is almost no need to
revise ladder programs.
Just create the
data links for one
Controller Link Unit
to eliminated
wasted data
memory. The
Duplex Controller
Link Units share
the data links.
The CS1D Duplex System is fully compatible
with the I/O Units of the entire CS Series.
Accordingly, the same Units and materials
can be used for restoring the system and
conducting maintenance. There is no need
to purchase different Units and materials for
each system, making the CS1D Duplex
System highly economical.
(C200H Units, however, cannot be used with CS1D
PLCs. Refer to user documentation for details.)
Refer to CS1D Catalog (Cat. No. R103) for details.
F-17
Machine performance improved with high-speed,
high-precision, flexible motion control.
● Position Control Unit with
MECHATROLINK-II interface
Single Cable Connection and
Flexible Routing!
With MECHATROLINK-II*, the Servo Drive
can be easily connected with a single cable
(2-core shielded twisted pair cable). The
wire savings over the total length of 50 m (or
30 m for 16 axes) enables Racks to be more
freely located.
Time Saved in Startup and
Maintenance
Servo Drive parameters can be set from the
PLC.
Settings and adjustments can be made from
one location, without connecting the Support
Software to individual Servo Drives. In
addition, Servo Drive alarm status, speed,
and torque monitoring can be centralized at
the PLC.
Easy Data Control
High-speed servo communications lets you
read programs and parameter settings from
CX-Programmer on a PC. You can also
read and track the operating status of
parameter settings inside the Servo Driver.
Easy Motion Control
Position
Control Unit
● Customizable Counter Units
Easy Programming with
G Language and Multitasking
A Whole New Concept,
Customizable Counter Units
Easy Control for Bending and
Pressing
The Motion Control Units use G language to
ensure easy programming. The Units have
a large programming capacity of up to 100
programs and 2,000 program blocks, and
allow independent operation of 4 tasks.
A high-speed PLC with 20 I/O points, a
2-axis high-speed counter, and 2 pulse or
analog outputs have all been combined into 1
Unit. The Customizable Counter Units allow
easy execution of complicated applications.
It is possible to switch between speed
control and torque control from the ladder
program, enabling bending operation for
metals and pressing operation for bonding.
CS1W-HCA22
Customizable
Counter Unit
Motion control, including positioning,
synchronizing (electronic gears, electronic
cams, tracking), speed, and torque control,
can all be handled by the CS1.
Eight motion tasks can be used for
simultaneous motion program execution.
Position Control Unit with
MECHATROLINK-II interface
● Motion Control Units
PLC
High-speed Interlocks
Interrupt programs can be executed from
the motion control program using D codes
(interrupt codes). Easy, fast interlocks
ensure greater production efficiency.
Synchronous control (electronic gears,
electronic cams) is also possible.
20 I/O points
High-speed
PLC
overhead
0.1 ms
Analog output
Analog input
Position
Counter
Motion Control Unit with
MECHATROLINK-II interface
Motion Control Units
Torque Speed
Pulse output
CX-One
Customizable Counter Units
Torque
Speed
Torque Sensor
Analog input
Servo Driver
CX-Programmer
● Position Control Units
Two Types of Outputs and
Control of 1, 2, or 4 Axes
Servomotor
Select from 1-axis, 2-axis, and 4-axis
models with either open-collector output or
line-driver output to suit a number of
different applications.
Motion Applications with
High-speed Response
A Variety of Positioning Functions
There are 2 operating modes: direct operation
(position, speed, acceleration, and
deceleration data specified from the ladder
program), which is effective for setting target
positions, speeds, and acceleration rates
immediately or during operation, and memory
operation, where fixed patterns are stored
beforehand in the Unit and used for operation.
There are also a variety of positioning
functions, such as interrupt feeding, which is
effective for feeder control, and forced interrupt,
which is useful in emergencies.
CX-Motion
CX-Position
CX-Motion-NCF
CX-Motion-MCH
Communications
Pulses
SMART STEP
2 Servo
Drive with
Pulse-string
Input
Communications
Analog
Note: MECHATROLINK-II is a registered trademark of the
MECHATROLINK Members Association.
Pulse/analog output
W-series *
MECHATROLINK-II
Servo Drive with
Built-in
Communications
G-series/
G5-series
MECHATROLINK-II
Servo Drive with
Built-in
Communications
A wide range of interrupt functions and
superior response performance enable
motion applications requiring high-speed
response using pulse I/O.
G-series/
G5-series
General-purpose
Servo Drive
● Motion Control Unit with
MECHATROLINK-II interface
Servo Driver
Encoder
Easy System Construction
Up to 30 physical axes and two virtual axes,
making a total of 32, can be controlled, and the
servo interface is handled by high-speed servo
communications (MECHATROLINK-II*). This
makes it possible to control multiple axes with
less wiring.
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Servomotor
Servomotor
Servomotor
Servomotor
Servomotor
* W-series is the discontinuation model in March 2013.
F-19
● Motion Control Units
● Customizable Counter Units
Easy Programming with
G Language and Multitasking
A Whole New Concept,
Customizable Counter Units
Easy Control for Bending and
Pressing
The Motion Control Units use G language to
ensure easy programming. The Units have
a large programming capacity of up to 100
programs and 2,000 program blocks, and
allow independent operation of 4 tasks.
A high-speed PLC with 20 I/O points, a
2-axis high-speed counter, and 2 pulse or
analog outputs have all been combined into 1
Unit. The Customizable Counter Units allow
easy execution of complicated applications.
It is possible to switch between speed
control and torque control from the ladder
program, enabling bending operation for
metals and pressing operation for bonding.
CS1W-HCA22
Customizable
Counter Unit
PLC
High-speed Interlocks
Interrupt programs can be executed from
the motion control program using D codes
(interrupt codes). Easy, fast interlocks
ensure greater production efficiency.
Synchronous control (electronic gears,
electronic cams) is also possible.
20 I/O points
High-speed
PLC
overhead
0.1 ms
Analog output
Analog input
Position
Counter
Motion Control Unit with
MECHATROLINK-II interface
Motion Control Units
Torque Speed
Pulse output
CX-One
Customizable Counter Units
Torque
Speed
Torque Sensor
Analog input
Servo Driver
CX-Programmer
Servomotor
Motion Applications with
High-speed Response
CX-Motion
CX-Position
CX-Motion-NCF
CX-Motion-MCH
munications
Analog
A wide range of interrupt functions and
superior response performance enable
motion applications requiring high-speed
response using pulse I/O.
Pulse/analog output
W-series *
MECHATROLINK-II
Servo Drive with
Built-in
Communications
G-series/
G5-series
General-purpose
Servo Drive
Servo Driver
Encoder
Servomotor
Servomotor
Servomotor
* W-series is the discontinuation model in March 2013.
F-19
Smart Process Control OMRON PLC-based
Process Control brings Major Innovations to Process Automation
9
●
●
●
DCS functionality in a
PLC
Analog Units with signal
conversion functions
A scalable system
configuration
Down
Down
Sizing
Sizing
●
●
●
Function block
programming
Sequence programming
using either step ladders
or sequence tables
A direct link to HMI
products
Easy
Easy
Engineering
Engineering
Diversified Loop Control is even easier to use. Programming becomes even easier with function-block
programming.
Depending on the function block software
connections, all functions such as
operation block I/O combination
specification can be achieved using only
function blocks. Moreover, combining
function blocks makes possible a wide
array of control methods, from basic PID
control to cascade control, feed forward
control, and variable gain control.
● Example: Cascade Control (Heating and Cooling)
Analog
Input Unit
Analog
Output Unit
PV1
Isolated-type
Ai4 Terminal
PID1
MV1
RSP1
PV2
PID1
With Function
Blocks:
Loop Control
Unit
Basic PID
Y1
PV
SP
Y2
PVE
Y1
Y3
RSP
MV
Y4
MIE
PID2
Split
Conversion
X1
Isolated-type
Ao4 Terminal
Y1
X1
Y1
Y2
X2
Y2
X3
Y3
X4
Y4
MVE
MV2
Split
conversion
●
High
High
Reliability
Reliability ●
Basic PID
Duplex
operation
supported
Complete
maintenance
functions
Temperature
PV
SP
PVE
Y1
RSP
MV
MIE
MVE
Temperature
Heat
exchange
Steam
PID2
Provides an exceptionally open environment with PLC-based process
control to advance standardization and IT integration of the process
control system.
Cooling
water
Drain
Operation, Monitoring, and Data Logging
PLC-based Process Control Application Examples
Touch Panels
● NS Series
User Application
● Compolet
Communications
programming between
a PC and PLC can be
accomplished easily
with ActiveX control.
● NS Runtime
You can communicate
with the PLC using the
screen data created
with the NS-series
Support Software
without modification.
HMI Software
● CX-Process Monitor Plus
● In-line Blending in a Food Plant
● Reaction Control in a Chemical Plant
Personal computer
Personal computer
Monitor display
(data collection and
saving)
Monitor display
(data collection and
saving)
Ethernet
Ethernet
SYSMAC CS1 Duplex
(CS1D Process-control CPU Unit)
SYSMAC CS1 PLC with advanced
Loop Control Board
Flowrate control
(blended PID control)
Reaction control
Motor
Ethernet/Controller Link
Materials tanks
Flowrate
Control
outputs
A
PLC (CS1 Duplex)
● CS1D Process-control
CPU Unit
Duplex Process-control CPU
Unit can help reduce risk in
systems that must not stop.
● Process I/O Units
Analog I/O Units are available
for diverse functions such as
Isolators, power supplies, and
signal conversion.
Motor
PLC (CS Series)
● Loop Control Board/Unit
Condenses DCS functions in a
compact Unit and enables
function-block programming.
● CX-Process Tool
Function blocks can be pasted
into windows and graphic
programming can be
performed by arranging blocks
with the mouse.
B
Motor
Product tanks
Motor
Motor
A
C
B
Intermediate tank
Drying
equipment
F-20
F-21
cess Automation
Diversified Loop Control is even easier to use. Programming becomes even easier with function-block
programming.
Depending on the function block software
connections, all functions such as
operation block I/O combination
specification can be achieved using only
function blocks. Moreover, combining
function blocks makes possible a wide
array of control methods, from basic PID
control to cascade control, feed forward
control, and variable gain control.
● Example: Cascade Control (Heating and Cooling)
Analog
Input Unit
Analog
Output Unit
PV1
Isolated-type
Ai4 Terminal
PID1
MV1
RSP1
PV2
PID1
With Function
Blocks:
Loop Control
Unit
Basic PID
Y1
PV
SP
Y2
PVE
Y1
Y3
RSP
MV
Y4
MIE
PID2
Split
Conversion
X1
Isolated-type
Ao4 Terminal
Y1
X1
Y1
Y2
X2
Y2
X3
Y3
X4
Y4
MVE
MV2
Split
conversion
Basic PID
Temperature
PV
SP
PVE
Y1
RSP
MV
MIE
MVE
Temperature
Heat
exchange
Steam
PID2
Cooling
water
Drain
PLC-based Process Control Application Examples
● In-line Blending in a Food Plant
● Reaction Control in a Chemical Plant
Personal computer
Personal computer
Monitor display
(data collection and
saving)
Monitor display
(data collection and
saving)
Ethernet
Ethernet
CS1 Duplex
(CS1D Process-control CPU Unit)
CS1 PLC with advanced
Loop Control Board
Flowrate control
(blended PID control)
Reaction control
Motor
Materials tanks
Flowrate
Control
outputs
A
B
Motor
Motor
Product tanks
Motor
Motor
A
C
B
Intermediate tank
Drying
equipment
F-21
MEMO
System Design Guide
System Configuration .........................................................................................2
Dimensions/Mounting Dimensions .....................................................................9
General Specifications......................................................................................11
Common Specifications for CPU Units .............................................................12
Current Consumption for Power Supply Units ..................................................15
1
System Configuration
■ Basic System Configuration
CS1 Inner Boards
Loop Control Board
CS1W-LCB01/05
Serial Communications Board
CS1W-SCB21-V1
CS1W-SCB41-V1
CS1 CPU Units
CS1 Power Supply Units
[email protected]@H
[email protected]@H
C200HW-PA204C
C200HW-PA204
C200HW-PA204S
C200HW-PA204R
C200HW-PA209R
C200HW-PD024
C200HW-PD025
CS1 CPU Backplane
Programming Devices
CX-One
(e.g., CX-Programmer)
Programming Console
Cable for
Peripheral Port
CPU Rack
For both CS1 and C200H Units
[email protected]@3
(2, 3, 5, 8, or 10 slots)
Cable for Personal
Computer
CS1W-CN226/626
RUN
ERR/ALM
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67S
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
MCPWR
BUSY
OPEN
or
PERIPHERAL
For CS1 Unit only
[email protected]@2
(2, 3, 5, 8, or 10 slots)
Note: Cannot be used for C200H
Unit.
Programmable
Terminal (PT)
PORT
NS Series
Basic I/O Units
Special I/O Units
CPU Bus Units
Memory Card
HMC-EF183
CS1 I/O
Connecting Cable
Expansion Racks
[email protected]@3
CS1 Expansion Rack
(30 cm, 70 cm, 2 m, 3 m,
5 m, 10 m, 12 m)
XW2Z-200T/500T
Configuration Units
CS1 Expansion
Backplanes
CS1 I/O
Connecting Cable
Power Supply Unit
CS1 Expansion Rack
For both CS1 and C200H Units
[email protected]@3
(3, 5, 8, or 10 slots)
or
Programmable Controllers
Power Supply Unit
CS1 I/O
Connecting Cable
CS1 Expansion Rack
RS-422A Adapter
CJ1W-CIF11
Configuration Units
2
RS-232C Cable for
IBM PC/AT or
compatible
computers
XW2Z-200S/500S-CV
Configuration Units
For CS1 Unit only
[email protected]@2
(3, 5, 8, or 10 slots)
Note: Cannot be used for C200H
Unit.
RS-232C Cable
for PT
CS1G/H
Power Supply Unit
■ Configuration Units
CS1 Basic I/O Units
8-point Units
16-point Units
32-point Units
64-point Units
96-point Units
Input Units
---
● DC Input Unit
CS1W-ID211
● AC Input Unit
[email protected]
● DC Input Unit
CS1W-ID231
● DC Input Unit
CS1W-ID261
● DC Input Unit
CS1W-ID291
● Transistor Output Units
[email protected]
● Transistor Output Units
[email protected]
(32 inputs, 32 outputs)
● DC Input/Transistor
Output Units
[email protected]
(32 inputs, 32 outputs)
● TTL I/O Unit
CS1W-MD561
(48 inputs, 48 outputs)
● DC Input/Transistor
Output Units
[email protected]
Output Units
● Triac Output Unit
CS1W-OA201
● Relay Contact Output Unit
(independent commons)
CS1W-OC201
● Transistor Output Units
● Transistor Output Units
[email protected]
[email protected]
● Triac Output Unit
CS1W-OA211
● Relay Contact Output Unit
CS1W-OC211
I/O Units
---
---
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Other Units
● Safety Relay Unit
CS1W-SF200
● Interrupt Input Unit
CS1W-INT01
● Quick-response Input Unit
CS1W-IDP01
● B7A Interface Units
(32 inputs)
CS1W-B7A12
(32 inputs)
CS1W-B7A02
(16 inputs, 16 outputs)
CS1W-B7A21
● B7A Interface Units
(32 inputs, 32 outputs)
CS1W-B7A22
---
C200H Basic I/O Units and C200H Group-2 High-density I/O Units
● Input Units
[email protected]@@@
(Including group-2 highdensity input units)
● Output Units
[email protected]@@@
(Including group-2 highdensity output units)
● Interrupt Input Unit
C200HS-INT01
● Analog Timer Unit
C200H-TM001
● B7A Interface Units
[email protected]@@
CS1 Special I/O Units, CPU Bus Units, and Inner Boards
■ Temperature Sensor Input Units
(Process I/O Units)
[email protected]@
■ Analog Input Units
● Analog Input Units
[email protected]@@(-V1)
● Isolated-type DC Input Units
(Process I/O Units)
[email protected]@
CS1W-PTW01
[email protected]
■ Analog Output Units
● Analog Output Units
[email protected]@
● Isolated-type Control Output
Units
(Process I/O Units)
[email protected]
■ Analog I/O Units
CS1W-MAD44
■ Isolated-type Pulse Input Units
(Process I/O Units)
CS1W-PPS01
■ Loop Control Board
[email protected]
■ High-speed Counter Units
[email protected]@
■ Customizable Counter Units
CS1W-HCP22-V1
[email protected]
CS1W-HIO01-V1
■ Position Control Units
[email protected]@3
■ Position Control Unit with
MECHATROLINK-II interface
CS1W-NCF71
[email protected]
■ Motion Control Units
[email protected]
■ Motion Control Unit with
MECHATROLINK-II interface
CS1W-MCH71
■ I/O Units
(Special I/O Units)
[email protected]@@
[email protected]@@
[email protected]@@
■ Temperature Sensor Units
[email protected]@@
■ Analog Input Units
[email protected]@@
■ Analog Output Units
[email protected]@@
■ Analog I/O Units
C200H-MAD01
■ Temperature Control Units
[email protected]@@
■ Heat/Cool Control Units
[email protected]@@
■ PID Control Units
[email protected]
■ High-speed Counter Units
[email protected]@@(-V1)
■ Cam Positioner Unit
C200H-CP114
■ Position Control Units
[email protected]@3
■ Motion Control Units
C200H-MC221
■ Serial Communications Units/
Serial Communications Boards
[email protected]
[email protected]
■ EtherNet/IP Unit
CS1W-EIP21
■ Ethernet Unit
CS1W-ETN21
■ Controller Link Units
[email protected]
■ SYSMAC Link Units
[email protected]
■ FL-net Unit
CS1W-FLN22
■ DeviceNet Units
CS1W-DRM21-V1
■ CompoNet Master Unit
CS1W-CRM21
■ CompoBus/S Master Unit
CS1W-SRM21
■ ID Sensor Units
[email protected]
[email protected]
■ GP-IB Interface Unit
CS1W-GPI01
■ High-speed Data Storage Unit
[email protected]
C200H Special I/O Units
■ DeviceNet Master Unit
C200HW-DRM21-V1
■ CompoBus/S Master Unit
C200HW-SRM21-V1
■ PC Link Unit
C200H-LK401
■ SYSBUS Bus Remote I/O Master
Units
[email protected]@@(-PV1)
■ ID Sensor Units
C200H-IDS01-V1
■ ASCII Units
[email protected]@
Note: Including models whose production are discontinued.
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
3
■ CS1 CPU Rack
A CS1 CPU Rack consists of a CPU Unit, Power Supply Unit, and Configuration Units (Basic I/O Units, Special I/O Units, and CPU Bus
Units).
CS1 CPU Backplane
[email protected]@@ (See note.)
CS1 CPU Unit
CS1G/[email protected]@H
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
RUN
ERR/ALM
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67S
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
MCPWR
BUSY
OPEN
CPU Rack
PERIPHERAL
PORT
Basic I/O Units
Special I/O Units
CPU Bus Units
Note: C200H Units cannot be used on the CPU Rack or Expansion Racks
if a CS-series-only CPU Backplane ([email protected]@3) is used.
● Required Units
Rack
Unit name
CPU Rack
Required number of units
CS1 CPU Backplane ([email protected]@@)
1
Power Supply Unit
1
CPU Unit
1
Maximum Number of Configuration Units
Varies by backplane model
● Types of Units
In the CS Series, Units are classified into the following three types. The number of Racks differs depending on the type.
Type
Appearance (example)
Basic I/O Units
CS1 Basic I/O Units
C200H Basic I/O Units
Description
Unit recognition method
No. of Units
Units with contact inputs and contact
outputs.
In the CS1 System, CS1
Basic I/O Units, C200H
Basic I/O Units, and
Group-2 High-density I/O
Units are identified by
their mounting positions
(Rack and slot).
The Units mounted must
not exceed the maximum
I/O capacity of the CPU
Unit.
Special I/O Units provide more
advanced functions than do Basic I/O
Units, including I/O other than contact
inputs and contact outputs.
Examples of Special I/O Units are
Analog I/O Units and High-speed
Counter Units. They differ from CPU
Bus Units (including Network
Communications Units) in having a
smaller area for exchanging data with
the CPU Unit.
Recognized by the CPU
Unit according to the unit
number (CS-series
Special I/O Units: 0 to 95,
C200J Special I/O Units:
0 to 9, or 0 to 15) set with
the rotary switches on the
front panel.
CS-series Special I/O
Units: 96 Units max.;
C200H Special I/O Units:
10 or 16 Units max. (From
1 to 4 unit numbers are
assigned per Unit,
depending on the model
of the Unit.)
CPU Bus Units exchange data with
the CPU Unit via the CPU Bus.
Examples of CPU Bus Units are
Network Communications Units and
Serial Communications Units.
They differ from Special I/O Units in
having a larger area for exchanging
data with the CPU Unit.
Recognized by the CPU
Unit according to the unit
number (0 to F) set with
the rotary switch on the
front panel.
A maximum of 16 Units
can be mounted.
C200H Group-2 High-density
I/O Units
Special I/O Units
CS1 Special I/O Units
C200H Special I/O Units
CPU Bus Units
CS1 CPU Bus Units
4
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
■ CS1 Expansion Racks
● CS1 CPU Racks and Expansion Racks
Use this system configuration for an expansion of 12 m or less.
Expansion Racks Configuration
CPU Rack
Unit name
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
12 m
CS1 I/O
Connecting Cable
[email protected]@3
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
CS1 I/O
Connecting Cable
[email protected]@3
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
CS1
Expansion
Rack
CS1
Expansion
Rack
CS1
Expansion
Rack
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
The maximum
number of
Expansion Racks: 7
CS1 I/O
Connecting Cable
[email protected]@3
Required number of units
Expansion
Backplane
([email protected]@@)
One required for each
Expansion Rack
Power Supply Unit
One required for each
Expansion Rack
Maximum Number
of Configuration
Units
Varies by backplane model
• Cable
Cable name
Required number of Cables
CS1 I/O Connecting
Cable
([email protected]@3)
One required for each
Expansion Rack
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
5
● When Using a C200HX/HG/HE Expansion I/O Rack
It is possible to connect to an existing C200HX/HG/HE Expansion I/O Rack.
CS1 CPU Rack, CS1 Expansion Racks, and C200HX/HG/HE Expansion I/O Racks
Expansion Racks Configuration
• CS1 Expansion Racks
CPU Rack
Unit name
CS1 I/O Connecting Cable
[email protected]@3
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
C200HX/HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Backplane
[email protected]@@
12 m
CS1 to C200H I/O
Connecting Cable
[email protected]@1
C200HX/HG/HE Expansion
I/O Rack
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
C200H I/O
Connecting
Cable
[email protected]@1
C200HX/HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Backplane
[email protected]@@
C200HX/HG/HE Expansion
I/O Rack
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
The maximum number of
Expansion Racks: 7 (C200HX/HG/HE Expansion I/O Racks :3)
CS1 Expansion Rack
(See note.)
CS1 Expansion
Backplane
[email protected]@@
1
Power Supply Unit
1
Maximum Number of
Configuration Units
Varies by backplane model
• C200HX/HG/HE Expansion Racks
Unit name
Required number of units
C200HX/HG/HE
Expansion I/O
Backplane
([email protected]@@)
One required for each
Expansion Rack
Power Supply Unit
One required for each
Expansion Rack
Maximum Number of
Configuration Units
Varies by backplane model
• Cables
Cable name
Note: Multiple CS1 Expansion Racks can be connected, but the total number of Expansion Racks
must not exceed the maximum of 7. In addition, the Racks must be connected in order, with
CS1 Expansion Racks connected before C200HX/HG/HE Expansion I/O Racks.
Required number of units
Expansion Backplane
([email protected]@@)
Required number of cables
CS1 I/O Connecting
Cable
([email protected]@3)
Number of CS1 Expansion
Racks
CS1 to C200H I/O
Connecting Cable
([email protected]@1)
1
C200H I/O Connecting
Cable
([email protected]@1)
Number of C200HX/HG/HE
Expansion I/O Racks
minus 1
CS1 CPU Rack and C200HX/HG/HE Expansion I/O Racks
Expansion Racks Configuration
• C200HX/HG/HE Expansion I/O Racks
CPU Rack
Unit name
CS1 to C200H I/O
Connecting Cable
[email protected]@1
C200HX/HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Backplane
[email protected]@@
C200HX/HG/HE I/O
Expansion Rack
C200HX/HG/HE 12 m
Expansion
I/O Backplane
[email protected]@@
C200H I/O
Connecting Cable
[email protected]@1
C200HX/HG/HE I/O
Expansion Rack
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
C200HX/HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Backplane
[email protected]@@
6
C200H I/O
Connecting Cable
[email protected]@1
C200HX/HG/HE I/O
Expansion Rack
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
The maximum number of Expansion Racks: 3
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
Required number of units
C200HX/HG/HE
Expansion I/O
Backplane
([email protected]@@)
One required for each
Expansion Rack
Power Supply Unit
One required for each
Expansion Rack
Maximum Number of
Configuration Units
Varies by backplane model
• Cables
Cable name
Required number of cables
CS1 to C200H I/O
Connecting Cable
([email protected]@1)
1
C200H I/O Connecting
Cable
([email protected]@1)
Number of C200HX/HG/HE
Expansion I/O Racks
minus 1
● Long-distance Expansion
Use this system configuration for an expansion of more 12 m. Expansion is possible by up to 50 m.
Using CS1 Connecting Cable and Long-distance Expansion Connecting Cable
CPU Rack
(Used for long-distance expansion.)
CS1 I/O Connecting Cable [email protected]@3
0.7 m
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
I/O Control Unit (see note.)
CS1W-IC102
CS1 Expansion Rack
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
Connecting Cable for Long-distance Expansion [email protected]@2
Connecting Cable for Long-distance Expansion [email protected]@2
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
I/O Interface Unit
CS1W-II102
CS1 Expansion Rack
(Used for long-distance expansion.)
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
I/O Interface Unit
CS1W-II102
CS1 Expansion Rack
(Used for long-distance expansion.)
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
Connecting Cable for Long-distance Expansion
[email protected]@2
I/O Interface Unit
CS1 Expansion Rack
CS1W-II102
(Used for long-distance expansion.)
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
50 m
Connecting Cable for Long-distance Expansion
[email protected]@2
I/O Interface Unit
CS1 Expansion Rack
CS1W-II102
(Used for long-distance expansion.)
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
50 m
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
Connecting Cable for Long-distance Expansion
[email protected]@2
I/O Interface Unit
CS1 Expansion Rack
CS1W-II102
(Used for long-distance expansion.)
Terminator *
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
Connecting Cable for Long-distance Expansion
[email protected]@2
I/O Interface Unit
CS1 Expansion Rack
CS1W-II102
(Used for long-distance expansion.)
* Two Terminators (CV500-TER01) are provided with
the CS1W-IC102 I/O Control Unit.
The maximum number of Expansion Racks: 6 (In two levels)
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
Terminator *
Note: If even one Long-distance Expansion Connecting Cable to be used, it is necessary for an
I/O Control Unit to be mounted to the CS1 Expansion Rack where the Cable is connected.
Expansion Racks Configuration
• CS1 Expansion Rack
Unit name
Required number of units
I/O Control Unit
(CS1W-IC102)
1
• CS1 Expansion Rack (Long-distance
expansion)
Unit name
Required number of units
CS1 Expansion
Backplane
([email protected]@@)
One required for each
Expansion Rack
Power Supply Unit
One required for each
Expansion Rack
I/O Interface Unit
(CS1W-II102)
One required for each
Expansion Rack
Maximum Number of
Configuration Units
Varies by backplane model
• Cable
Cable name
Required number of cables
CS1 I/O Connecting
Cable
([email protected]@3)
1
Connecting Cable for
Long-distance
Expansion
([email protected]@2)
Number of CS1 Expansion
Racks minus 1
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
7
Using Long-distance Expansion Connecting Cable
I/O Control Unit
CS1W-IC102
CPU Rack
(Used for long-distance expansion.)
Connecting Cable for Long-distance Expansion [email protected]@2
Connecting Cable for Long-distance Expansion [email protected]@2
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
I/O Interface Unit
CS1W-II102
CS1 Expansion Rack
(Used for long-distance expansion.)
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
I/O Interface Unit
CS1W-II102
CS1 Expansion Rack
(Used for long-distance expansion.)
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
Connecting Cable for Long-distance Expansion
[email protected]@2
I/O Interface Unit CS1 Expansion Rack
CS1W-II102
(Used for long-distance expansion.)
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
Connecting Cable for Long-distance Expansion
[email protected]@2
I/O Interface Unit CS1 Expansion Rack
CS1W-II102
(Used for long-distance expansion.) 50 m
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
50 m
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
Connecting Cable for Long-distance Expansion
[email protected]@2
I/O Interface Unit CS1 Expansion Rack
CS1W-II102
(Used for long-distance expansion.)
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
Connecting Cable for Long-distance Expansion
[email protected]@2
I/O Interface Unit CS1 Expansion Rack
CS1W-II102
(Used for long-distance expansion.)
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
Connecting Cable for Long-distance Expansion
[email protected]@2
I/O Interface Unit CS1 Expansion Rack
CS1W-II102
(Used for long-distance expansion.)
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@(@)
Terminator *
The maximum number of Expansion Racks: 7 (In two levels)
CS1 Expansion Backplane
[email protected]@@
* Two Terminators (CV500-TER01) are provided
with the CS1W-IC102 I/O Control Unit.
Terminator *
CS1 CPU Rack
Unit name
I/O Control Unit
(CS1W-IC102)
Required number of units
1
Expansion Racks Configuration
• CS1 Expansion Rack (Long-distance
expansion)
Unit name
Required number of units
CS1 Expansion
Backplane
([email protected]@@)
One required for each
Expansion Rack
Power Supply Unit
One required for each
Expansion Rack
I/O Interface Unit
(CS1W-II102)
One required for each
Expansion Rack
Maximum Number of
Configuration Units
Varies by backplane model
• Cable
Cable name
Connecting Cable for
Long-distance
Expansion
([email protected]@2)
8
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
Required number of cables
Number of Long-distance
Expansion Racks
Dimensions/Mounting Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
■ External Dimensions
■ Backplane Mounting Dimensions
● For 2 I/O Slots
4-M4
RUN
ERR
INH
COMM
198.5
POWER
SYSMAC C200HX
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
CPU64
H B
CPU Backplane
CS1W-BC023
157
A
145±0.3
D
W
172.3±0.3
A
B
W
H
D*
Note: An Expansion Backplane cannot be connected to a 2-slot CPU
Backplane.
CS1W-BC022/023
(2 slots)
172.3
145
198.5
157
123
● For 3, 5, 8, or 10 I/O Slots
CS1W-BC032/033
(3 slots)
246
118
260
132
123
Backplane model
CS1W-BC052/053
(5 slots)
316
118
330
132
123
CS1W-BC082/083
(8 slots)
421
118
435
132
123
CS1W-BC102/103
(10 slots)
491
118
505
132
123
6
135
(including 132
protrusion) *
118±0.3
CPU Backplane
66 min.
* The depth is 153 mm for the C200HW-PA209R/PD025 Power Supply Unit.
The depth is 111 mm for the C200HW-PA204C Power Supply Unit.
6
A±0.3
4-M4
A±0.3
80
6
6
135
(including 132
protrusion) *
118±0.3
Expansion Backplane
4-M4
W
* The CS1D Backplane has no protrusions.
Product name
CPU Backplanes
CS1
Expansion
Backplane
Expansion
Backplanes
C200HX/HG/HE
Expansion
Backplane
Model
A
W
CS1W-BC022/023
(2 slots)
172.3
198.5
CS1W-BC032/033
(3 slots)
246
260
CS1W-BC052/053
(5 slots)
316
330
CS1W-BC082/083
(8 slots)
421
435
CS1W-BC102/103
(10 slots)
491
505
CS1W-BI032/033
(3 slots)
246
260
CS1W-BI052/053
(5 slots)
316
330
CS1W-BI082/083
(8 slots)
421
435
CS1W-BI102/103
(10 slots)
491
505
C200HW-BI031
(3 slots)
175
189
C200HW-BI051
(5 slots)
245
259
C200HW-BI081-V1
(8 slots)
350
364
C200HW-BI101-V1
(10 slots)
420
434
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
9
■ Mounting Height
The mounted height of CPU Racks, Expansion Racks, and Slave
Racks is 118 to 153 mm, depending on I/O Units that are
mounted.
If Programming Devices or connecting cables are attached, the
additional dimensions must be taken into account. Allow sufficient
clearance in the control panel in which the PLC is mounted.
● CS1 I/O Connecting Cable
R
R ≥ 69 mm required
Note: Cable thickness: 8.6 mm dia.
● C200H I/O Connecting Cable
118 mm to 153 mm
180 mm to 223 mm
Note: When using Expansion Racks, the total
length of the I/O Connecting Cables
must be less than 12 m. When bending
an I/O Connecting Cables, provide at
least the minimum bending radius
shown in the following diagrams.
R ≥ 41 mm required
R
Note: Cable thickness: 5.1 mm dia.
● CS1 to C200H I/O Connecting Cable
R
R ≥ 41 mm required
Note: Cable thickness: 5.1 mm dia.
● Connecting Cable for Long-distance Expansion
R
R ≥ 80 mm required
Note: Cable thickness: 10 mm dia.
10
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
General Specifications
Specifications
Power Supply
Unit model
C200HW-PA204
C200HW-PA204C
C200HW-PA204R
C200HW-PA204S
C200HW-PA209R
C200HW-PD024
C200HW-PD025
Item
Power supply
voltage
100 to 240 VAC (wide range), 50/60 Hz *1
100 to 120 VAC/200 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz
24 VDC
Operating voltage
range
85 to 264 VAC
85 to 132 VAC/170 to 264 V
19.2 to 28.8 VDC
Power consumption
120 VA max.
Inrush current
120 VA max.
100 to 120 VAC input 15 A/8 ms max. (cold start at room temperature)
200 to 240 VAC input 30 A/8 ms max. (cold start at room temperature)
20 MΩ min. (at 500
VDC) between AC
Insulation resistance external and GR
terminals *2
Dielectric strength
100 VA max.
2,300 VAC 50/60 Hz
for 1 min between AC
external and GR
terminals *2
Leakage current:
10 mA max.
100 to 120 VAC input
20 A/8 ms max. (cold
start at room
temperature) 200 to
240 VAC input 30 A/8
ms max. (cold start
at room temperature)
180 VA max.
40 W max.
100 to 120 VAC:
30 A max.
200 to 240 VAC:
40 A max.
30 A max.
• 20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
between all AC external
terminals and GR terminal
and between all alarm
output terminals.
• 20 MΩ min. (at 250 VDC)
between all alarm output
terminals and GR terminal.
20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) between all AC external and GR
terminals *2
• 2,300 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1
minute between all AC
external terminals and GR
terminal and between all
alarm output terminals.
Leakage current: 10 mA
max.
• 1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1
minute between all alarm
output terminals and GR
terminal. Leakage current:
10 mA max.
2,300 VAC 50/60 Hz for 1 min between all AC external and GR
terminals *2
Leakage current: 10 mA max.
60 W max.
20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) between all DC
external and GR terminals *2
1,000 VAC 50/60 Hz for 1 min between all
DC external and GR terminals *2
Leakage current: 10 mA max.
1,000 VAC 50/60 Hz for 1 min between all DC external and GR terminals *2
Leakage current: 10 mA max.
Noise immunity
2 kV on power supply line (conforming to IEC61000-4-4)
Vibration resistance
Conforms to JIS 0040, 10 to 57 Hz, 0.075-mm amplitude, 57 to 150 Hz, acceleration: 9.8 m/s2 in X, Y, and Z directions for 80 minutes (Time coefficient: 8 minutes
x coefficient factor 10 = total time 80 min.)
(CPU Unit mounted to a DIN track: 2 to 55 Hz, 2.9 m/s2 in X, Y, and Z directions for 20 minutes)
Shock resistance
Conforms to JIS 0041, 147 m/s2 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions
Ambient operating
temperature
0 to 55°C
Ambient operating
humidity
10% to 90% (with no
condensation)
Ambient operating
atmosphere
No corrosive gases
Ambient storage
temperature
-20 to 75°C (excluding battery)
Grounding
Less than 100 Ω
Enclosure
Mounted in a panel.
Weight
Each Rack: 6 kg max.
CPU Rack
dimensions (mm)
2 slots:
3 slots:
5 slots:
8 slots:
10 slots:
Standards
Conforms to UL, CSA, cULus, NK, Lloyds, and EC Directives.
*1.
*2.
*3.
*4.
10% to 90%
(with no condensation) *4
10% to 90% (with no condensation)
198.5 x 157 x 123 (W x H x D) *3
260 x 130 x 123 (W x H x D) *3
330 x 130 x 123 (W x H x D) *3
435 x 130 x 123 (W x H x D) *3
505 x 130 x 123 (W x H x D) *3
C200HW-PA204/PA204R Power Supply Units shipped before March 2010 have power supply voltage specifications of 100 to 120 VAC/200 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz.
Disconnect the Power Supply Unit’s LG terminal from the GR terminal when testing insulation and dielectric strength.
Testing the insulation and dielectric strength with the LG terminal and the GR terminals connected will damage internal circuits in the CPU Unit.
The depth is 153 mm for the C200HW-PA209R/PD025 Power Supply Unit. The depth is 111 mm for the C200HW-PA204C Power Supply Unit.
Maintain an ambient storage temperature of -25 to 30°C and relative humidity of 25% to 70% when storing the C200HW-PA204C for longer than 3 months to
keep the replacement notification function in optimum working condition.
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
11
Common Specifications for CPU Units
Item
Specifications
Control method
Stored program
I/O control method
Cyclic scan and immediate processing are both possible.
Programming
•Ladder diagrams
•SFC (sequential function charts)
•ST (structured text)
•Mnemonics
Instruction length
1 to 7 steps per instruction
Ladder instructions
Approx. 400 (3-digit function codes)
Execution time
Basic instructions
0.02 μs min.
Special instructions
0.04 μs min.
Number of tasks
288 (cyclic tasks: 32, interrupt tasks: 256)
Note 1:Cyclic tasks are executed each cycle and are controlled with TKON(820) and TKOF(821) instructions.
2:The following 4 types of interrupt tasks are supported. Power OFF interrupt tasks: 1 max. Scheduled interrupt tasks: 2 max. I/O interrupt tasks: 32 max. External interrupt tasks: 256 max.
Interrupt types
Scheduled Interrupts: Interrupts generated at a time scheduled by the CPU Unit’s built-in timer.
I/O Interrupts: Interrupts from Interrupt Input Units.
Power OFF Interrupts: Interrupts executed when the CPU Unit’s power is turned OFF.
External I/O Interrupts: Interrupts from the Special I/O Units, CS-series CPU Bus Units, or the Inner Board.
Function blocks *1
Languages in function block definitions: ladder programming, structured text
CIO (Core I/O)
Area
I/O Area
5,120: CIO 000000 to CIO 031915 (320 words from CIO 0000 to CIO 0319)
The setting of the first word can be changed from the default (CIO 0000) so that CIO 0000 to CIO 0999 can be used.
I/O bits are allocated to Basic I/O Units, such as CS-series Basic I/O Units, C200H Basic I/O Units, and C200H Group-2
High-density I/O Units.
Link Area
3,200 (200 words): CIO 10000 to CIO 119915 (words CIO 1000 to CIO 1199)
Link bits are used for data links and are allocated to Units in Controller Link Systems and PLC Link Systems.
CPU Bus Unit Area
6,400 (400 words): CIO 150000 to CIO 189915 (words CIO 1500 to CIO 1899)
CS-series CPU Bus Unit bits store the operating status of CS-series CPU Bus Units.
(25 words per Unit, 16 Units max.)
Special I/O Unit Area
15,360 (960 words): CIO 200000 to CIO 295915 (words CIO 2000 to CIO 2959)
Special I/O Unit bits are allocated to CS-series Special I/O Units and C200H Special I/O Units. (See Note.)
(10 words per Unit, 96 Units max. The maximum total number of slots, however, is limited to 80 including expansion slots, so
the maximum number of Units is actually 80.
Note: A maximum of 16 C200H Special I/O Units can be mounted. Also, depending on the Units, the maximum may be 10.
Some I/O Units are classified as Special I/O Units.
Inner Board Area
1,600 (100 words): CIO 190000 to CIO 199915 (words CIO 1900 to CIO 1999)
Inner Board bits are allocated to Inner Boards. (100 I/O words max.)
SYSMAC BUS Area
800 (50 words): CIO 300000 to CIO 304915 (words CIO 3000 to CIO 3049)
SYSMAC BUS bits are allocated to Slave Racks connected to SYSMAC BUS Remote I/O Master Units. (10 words per Rack,
5 Racks max.)
I/O Terminal Area
512 (32 words): CIO 310000 to CIO 313115 (words CIO 3100 to CIO 3131)
I/O Terminal bits are allocated to I/O Terminal Units (but not to Slave Racks) connected to SYSMAC BUS Remote I/O
Master Units. (1 word per Terminal, 32 Terminals max.)
C200H Special I/O Unit
Area
8,192 bits (512 words): W00000 to W51115 (W000 to W511)
C200H Special I/O Unit bits are allocated to C200H Special I/O Units, and accessed separately from I/O refreshing.
DeviceNet Area
1,600 (100 words): Outputs: CIO 005000 to CIO 009915 (words CIO 0050 to CIO 0099)
Inputs: CIO 035000 to CIO 039915 (words CIO 0350 to CIO 0399)
DeviceNet bits are allocated to Slaves according to DeviceNet remote I/O communications.
PLC Link Area
64 bits (4 words): CIO 024700 to CIO 025015 (words CIO 0247 to CIO 0250)
When a PLC Link Unit is used in a PLC Link, use these bits to monitor PLC Link errors and the operating status of other
CPU Units in the PLC Link.
The CIO
Area can be
used as work
bits if the bits
are not used
as shown
here.
Internal I/O Area
4,800 (300 words): CIO 120000 to CIO 149915 (words CIO 1200 to CIO 1499)
37,504 (2,344 words): CIO 380000 to CIO 614315 (words CIO 3800 to CIO 6143)
These bits in the CIO Area are used as work bits in programming to control program execution. (They cannot be used for external I/O.)
Work Area
8,192 bits (512 words): H00000 to H51115 (H000 to H511)
These bits in the CIO Area are used as work bits in programming to control program execution. (They cannot be used for external I/O.)
When using work bits in programming, use the bits in the Work Area first before using bits from other areas.
Holding Area
8,192 bits (512 words): H00000 to H51115 (H000 to H511)
Holding bits are used to control the execution of the program, and maintain their ON/OFF status when the PLC is turned OFF or the
operating mode is changed.
Note: The Function Block Holding Area words are allocated from H512 to H1535. These words can be used only for the function block
instance area (internally allocated variable area).
Auxiliary Area
Read only: 7,168 bits (448 words): A00000 to A44715 (words A000 to A447)
Read/write: 8,192 bits (512 words): A44800 to A95915 (words A448 to A959)
Auxiliary bits are allocated specific functions.
Temporary Area
16 bits (TR0 to TR15)
Temporary bits are used to temporarily store the ON/OFF execution conditions at program branches.
Timer Area
4,096: T0000 to T4095 (separate from counters)
Note: The time units for timer settings are 0.1 s, 0.01 s, and 0.001 s (depending on the timer instruction that is used).
Counter Area
C0000 to C4095 (separate from timers)
DM Area
32K words: D00000 to D32767
Internal Special I/O Unit DM Area: D20000 to D29599 (100 words x 96 Units)
Used to set parameters for Special I/O Units.
CPU Bus Unit DM Area:
D30000 to D31599 (100 words x 16 Units)
Used to set parameters for CPU Bus Units.
Inner Board DM Area:
D32000 to D32099
Used to set parameters for Inner Boards.
Used as a general-purpose data area for reading and writing data in word units (16 bits). Words in the DM Area maintain their status when
the PLC is turned OFF or the operating mode is changed.
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Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
Item
Specifications
EM Area
32K words per bank, 13 banks max.: E0_00000 to EC_32767 max. (Varies by CPU Unit model.)
Used as a general-purpose data area for reading and writing data in word units (16 bits). Words in the EM Area maintain their status when
the PLC is turned OFF or the operating mode is changed.
The EM Area is divided into banks, and the addresses can be set by either of the following methods.
Changing the current bank using the EMBC(281) instruction and setting addresses for the current bank. Setting bank numbers and
addresses directly.
EM data can be stored in files by specifying the number of the first bank.
Data Registers
DR0 to DR15: Store offset values for indirect addressing. One register is 16 bits (1 word).
Index Registers
IR0 to IR15: Store PLC memory addresses for indirect addressing. One register is 32 bits (2 words).
Task Flag Area
32 (TK0000 to TK0031): Task Flags are read-only flags that are ON when the corresponding cyclic task is executable and OFF when the
corresponding task is not executable or in standby status.
Trace Memory
4,000 words (The maximum amount of data that can be traced in a data trace is 500 samples for 31 bits and 6 words.
File Memory
Memory Cards: Compact flash memory cards can be used (MS-DOS format).
EM file memory: Part of the EM Area can be converted to file memory (MS-DOS format).
Parallel Processing
Modes
Program execution and peripheral servicing can be performed simultaneously.
Battery-free operation
The user program and the system’s parameters are backed up automatically in flash memory, which is standard equipment.
Constant cycle time
Possible (1 to 32,000 ms) (Unit: 1 ms)
Cycle time monitoring
Possible (Unit stops operating if the cycle is too long): 10 to 40,000 ms (Unit: 10 ms)
I/O refreshing
Cyclic refreshing, immediate refreshing, refreshing with I/O REFRESH instruction
I/O memory holding
when changing
operating modes
Possible (Depends on the ON/OFF status of the IOM Hold Bit in the Auxiliary Area.)
Load OFF
All outputs on Output Units can be turned OFF.
Input response time
setting
Time constants can be set for inputs from Basic I/O Units.
The time constant can be increased to reduce the influence of noise and chattering or it can be decreased to detect shorter pulses on the
inputs (CS1 Basic I/O Units only).
Startup mode setting
Supported.
Automatically reading programs (autoboot) from the Memory Card when the power is turned ON.
Memory Card
functions
Format in which data is stored in Memory Card
User program: Program file format
PLC Setup and other parameters: Data file format (binary format)
I/O memory: Data file format (binary format), text format, or CSV format
Functions for which Memory Card read/write is
supported
User program instructions, Programming Devices (including Programming Consoles),
Host Link computers
Filing
Memory Card data and the EM (Extended Data Memory) Area can be handled as files.
Debugging
Control set/reset, differential monitoring, data tracing (scheduled, each cycle, or when instruction is executed), storing location generating
error when a program error occurs
Online editing
User programs can be overwritten in program-block units when the CPU Unit is in MONITOR or PROGRAM mode.
(This function is not available for block programming areas.)
Program protection
Overwrite protection: Set using DIP switch.
Copy protection: Password set using Programming Device.
Error check
User-defined errors (i.e., user can define fatal errors and non-fatal errors)
The FPD(269) instruction can be used to check the execution time and logic of each programming block.
Error log
Up to 20 errors are stored in the error log. Information includes the error code, error details, and the time the error occurred.
Functions
Serial
communications
Built-in peripheral port: Programming Device (including Programming Console) connections, Host Links, NT Links
Built-in RS-232C port: Programming Device (excluding Programming Console) connections, Host Links, no-protocol communications, NT
Links, and Serial Gateway *3
Serial communications board (order separately): protocol macros, Host Links, no-protocol communications *3, NT Links, Serial Gateway
*3, and Modbus-RTU Slave *5
Clock
Provided on all models.
Note: Used to store the time when power is turned ON and when errors occur.
Power OFF detection
time
10 to 25 ms (not fixed)
Power OFF detection
delay time
0 to 10 ms (user-defined, default: 0 ms)
Memory retention
during power
interruptions
Held Areas: Holding bits, contents of Data Memory and Extended Data Memory, and status of the counter Completion Flags and present
values.
Note: If the IOM Hold Bit in the Auxiliary Area is turned ON, and the PLC Setup is set to maintain the IOM Hold Bit status when power to
the PLC is turned ON, the contents of the CIO Area, the Work Area, part of the Auxiliary Area, timer Completion Flags and PVs, Index
Registers, and the Data Registers will be saved.
Sending commands to
a Host Link computer
FINS commands can be sent to a computer connected via the Host Link System by executing Network Communications Instructions from
the PLC.
Remote programming
and monitoring
Host Link communications can be used for remote programming and remote monitoring through a Controller Link System or Ethernet
network.
8-level
communications *2
Remote programming and monitoring across up to eight network layers (Controller Link or Ethernet) by using Host Link. (They are possible
between different types of networks.)
Storing comments in
CPU Unit
I/O comments can be stored in the CPU Unit in Memory Cards *1 or EM file memory.
Program check
Program checks are performed at the beginning of operation for items such as no END instruction and instruction errors.
Programming Devices (except for the Programming Consoles) can also be used to check programs.
RUN output: The internal contacts will be ON (closed) while the CPU Unit is operating in RUN mode or MONITOR mode.
Control output signals These terminals are provided only on C200HW-PA204R, C200HW-PA209R, and CS1D-PA207R Power Supply Units.
*1.
*2.
*3.
*4.
*5.
Battery service life
The battery life is 5 years at an ambient temperature of 25°C, although the lifetime can be as short as 1.1 years under adverse temperature
and power conditions. (Battery Set: CS1W-BAT01) *3 *4
Self-diagnostics
CPU errors (watchdog timer), I/O verification errors, I/O bus errors, memory errors, and battery errors.
Other functions
Words in the Auxiliary Area store the number of power interruptions, time of the last power interruption, and total power ON time.
CPU Units with unit version 3.0 or later only.
CPU Units with unit version 2.0 or later only. (Communications across three network layers is supported for Pre-Ver. 2.0 CPU Units.)
CPU Units with unit version 3.0 or later only or Serial Communications Board/Unit with unit version 1.2 or later only.
Use a replacement battery that was manufactured within the last two years.
Serial Communications Board/Unit with unit version 1.3 or later only.
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
13
■ Functions Added by Unit Version
The following functions have been added for the unit versions of CS1G/H CPU Units.
OK: Supported, ---: Not supported
Model
Function
Unit version
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No unit version
Unit version 2.0
Unit version 3.0
Unit version 4.0
Downloading and Uploading Individual Tasks
---
OK
OK
OK
Improved Read Protection Using Passwords
---
OK
OK
OK
Write Protection from FINS Commands Sent to CPU Units via
Networks
---
OK
OK
OK
Online Network Connections without I/O Tables
---
OK
OK
OK
Communications through a Maximum of 8 Network Levels
---
OK
OK
OK
OK
(from lot number 030201)
OK
OK
OK
OK
(for up to 8 group)
OK
(for up to 64 group)
OK
(for up to 64 group)
OK
Automatic Transfers at Power ON without a Parameter File (.STD)
---
OK
OK
OK
Automatic Detection of I/O Allocation Method for Automatic
Transfer at Power ON
---
---
---
OK
Connecting Online to PLCs via NS-series PTs
Setting First Slot Words
Operation Start/End Times
Support of
new
instructions
---
OK
OK
OK
MILH, MILR, MILC
---
OK
OK
OK
= DT, <>DT, <DT, < = DT, >DT, > = DT
---
OK
OK
OK
BCMP2
---
OK
OK
OK
GRY
OK
(from lot number 030201)
OK
OK
OK
TPO
---
OK
OK
OK
DSW, TKY, HKY, MTR, 7SEG
---
OK
OK
OK
EXPLT, EGATR, ESATR, ECHRD, ECHWR
---
OK
OK
OK
OK
(from lot number 030418)
OK
OK
OK
IORD/IOWR reading/writing to CPU Bus Units
---
---
---
OK
Function blocks (CX-Programmer Ver.5.0 or later)
PRV2
---
---
OK
OK
Serial Gateway (converting FINS commands to CompoWay/
F commands at the built-in serial port)
---
---
OK
OK
Comment memory (in internal flash memory)
---
---
OK
OK
Expanded simple backup data
---
---
OK
OK
TXDU(256), RXDU(255) (support no-protocol communications with
Serial Communications Units with unit version 1.2 or later)
---
---
OK
OK
Model conversion instructions: XFERC(565), DISTC(566),
COLLC(567), MOVBC(568), BCNTC(621)
---
---
OK
OK
Special function block instructions: GETID(286)
---
---
OK
OK
Additional
instruction
functions
TXD(236), RXD(235) (support no-protocol
communications with Serial Communications Units
with unit version 1.2 or later)
---
---
OK
OK
Conversion instructions from numbers to ASCII
and ASCII to numbers
---
---
---
OK
Flowchart conversion instructions (one type of
block programming instructions) to convert
flowchart programs from C-series Flowchart PLCs
to ladder programs for CS/CJ-series PLCs
---
---
---
OK
Online editing of function blocks
---
---
---
OK
Support for I/O variables (including array variables
for I/O variables)
---
---
---
OK
Support for STRING data type and processing
functions for ST language.
---
---
---
OK
Use of new
special
instructions
Function
block (FB)
functional
upgrades
● Unit Versions
Unit versions have been introduced to control differences in
functions featured by CPU Units that are the result of version
upgrades.
The unit version is marked on the nameplates of products subject
to version control, as shown in the diagram.
Unit
Unit version
■ Unit Versions and Programming Devices
Applicable PLCs
CS1G/H-series
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Name
CS1H-CPU67H/66H/65H/64H/63H
CS1G-CPU45H/44H/43H/42H
Programmable Controllers
CX-Programmer
No unit version
Version 2.1 or later
Unit version 2.0
Version 4.0 or later
Unit version 3.0
Version 5.0 or later
Unit version 4.0
Version 7.0 or later
CS1G/H
Current Consumption for Power Supply Units
■ Checking Current Consumption and Power Consumption
After selecting a Power Supply Unit based on considerations such as the power supply voltage, calculate the current and power
requirements for each Rack.
Condition 1: Current Requirements
There are three voltage groups for internal power consumption: 5 V, 26 V, and 24 V.
• Current consumption at 5 V (internal logic power supply)
• Current consumption at 26 V (relay driving power supply)
• Current consumption at 24 V (power supply output terminals) (C200HW-PA204S only)
Condition 2: Power Requirements
For each Rack, the upper limits are determined for the current and power that can be provided to the mounted Units. Design the system
so that the total current consumption for all the mounted Units does not exceed the maximum total power or the maximum current
supplied for the voltage groups shown in the following tables.
● CPU Racks and Expansion Racks
The maximum current and total power supplied for CPU Racks and Expansion Racks according to the Power Supply Unit model are
shown below.
Note 1:For CPU Racks, include the CPU Backplane and CPU Unit current and power consumption in the calculations.
2: For Expansion Racks, include the Expansion Backplanes current and power consumption in the calculations.
Max. current supplied
(A) 5 V
(B) 26 V
(C) 24 V
(D) Max. total
power supplied
C200HW-PA204C
4.6 A
0.6 A
---
30 W
C200HW-PA204
4.6 A
0.6 A
---
30 W
C200HW-PA204S
4.6 A
0.6 A
0.8 A
30 W
C200HW-PA204R
4.6 A
0.6 A
---
30 W
C200HW-PA209R
Power Supply Units
9A
1.3 A
---
45 W
C200HW-PD024
4.6 A
0.6 A
---
30 W
C200HW-PD025
5.3 A
1.3 A
---
40 W
7A
1.3 A
---
35 W
4.3 A
0.56 A
---
28 W
CS1D-PA207R
CS1D-PD024
Conditions 1 and 2 below must be satisfied.
Condition 1: Maximum Current
(1) Total Unit current consumption at 5 V ≤ (A) value
(2) Total Unit current consumption at 26 V ≤ (B) value
(3) Current consumption for service power supply at 24 V ≤ (C) value (Only when using the service power supply from the
C200HW-PA204S.)
Condition 2: Maximum Power
(1) x 5 V + (2) x 26 V + (3) x 24 V ≤ (D) value
■ Example: Calculating Total Current and Power Consumption
Example: When the Following Units are Mounted to a CS-series CPU Rack Using a CS1W-PA204S Power Supply Unit
Type
CPU Backplanes
(8 slots)
CPU Unit
Model
Quantity
CS1W-BC083
1
Voltage group
5V
26 V
24 V
0.11 A
---
---
CS1H-CPU67H
1
0.82 A
---
---
CS1W-ID211
2
0.10 A
---
---
CS1W-ID291
2
0.20 A
---
---
Output Unit
CS1W-OC201
2
0.10 A
0.048 A
---
Special I/O Unit
CS1W-NC213
1
0.25 A
---
---
CPU Bus Unit
CS1W-CLK23
1
0.33 A
---
---
0.3 A used
---
---
0.3 A
0.11 A + 0.82 A + 0.10 A x 2 +
0.20 A x 2 + 0.10 A x 2 +
0.25 A + 0.33 A
0.048 A x 2
0.3 A
Input Unit
Service power supply
Current consumption
Power consumption
Total
Result
2.31 A (≤ 4.6 A)
0.096 A (≤ 0.6 A)
0.3 A (≤ 0.8 A)
Total
2.31 A x 5 V=11.55 W
0.096 A x 26 V=2.496 W
0.3 A x 24 V=7.2 W
Result
11.55 + 2.496 + 7.2 = 21.246W (≤ 30W)
Note: For details on Unit current consumption, refer to Ordering Information.
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
15
■ Using the CX-Programer to Display Current Consumption and Width
CPU Rack and Expansion Rack current consumption and width can be displayed by selecting Current Consumption and Width from the
Options Menu in the CS1 Table Window. If the capacity of the Power Supply Unit is exceeded, it will be displayed in red characters.
Example:
Current consumption
at 5 V
Total current Long-distance
Power Supply
Current
expansion
Unit model
consumption consumption
at 26 V/24 V
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Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
Width
Ordering Information
Basic Configuration Units ................................................................................18
Programming Devices...................................................................................... 22
Accessories and Maintenance Parts ...............................................................25
DIN Track Mounting Accessories .....................................................................25
Basic I/O Units .................................................................................................26
Special I/O Units, CPU Bus Units, and Inner Boards ......................................32
Replacing C200H I/O Units ..............................................................................54
Ordering Information
● International Standards
• The standards are abbreviated as follows: U: UL, U1:
UL (Class I Division 2 Products for Hazardous
Locations), C: CSA, UC: cULus, UC1: cULus (Class I
Division 2 Products for Hazardous Locations), CU:
cUL, N: NK, L: Lloyd, and CE: EC Directives.
• Contact your OMRON representative for further
details and applicable conditions for these standards.
● EC Directives
● Low Voltage Directive
Applicable Standard: EN61131-2
Devices that operate at voltages from 50 to 1,000
VAC or 75 to 150 VDC must satisfy the appropriate
safety requirements. With PLCs, this applies to
Power Supply Units and I/O Units that operate in
these voltage ranges.
These Units have been designed to conform to
EN61131-2, which is the applicable standard for
PLCs.
The EC Directives applicable to PLCs include the EMC
Directives and the Low Voltage Directive. OMRON
complies with these directives as described below
manufacturing installations.
● EMC Directives
Applicable Standards EMI: EN61000-6-4
EN61131-2
EMS: EN61000-6-2
EN61131-2
OMRON PLCs conform to the related EMC standards
so that the devices and machines into which they are
built can more easily conform to EMC standards. The
actual PLCs have been checked for conformity to
EMC standards. Whether these standards are
satisfied for the actual system, however, must be
checked by the customer.
EMC-related performance will vary depending on the
configuration, wiring, and other conditions of the
equipment or control panel in which the PLC is
installed.
The customer must, therefore, perform final checks to
confirm that the overall machine or device conforms
to EMC standards.
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Ordering Information
Basic Configuration Units
CPU Rack
■ CS1 CPU Units
Mountable Racks
Specifications
CS1 CPU Rack
Product
name
Number of Program
I/O points capacity
CS1 CPU
Units
Data memory
capacity
LD
instruction
execution time
Online
Unit
replacement
Duplex
Communications
Units
Duplex
Power
Supply
Units
CS-series
CPU
Backplane
[email protected]@2
CS1D CPU
Rack
CS1D CPU
CS/C200HBackplane
series CPU
CS1DBackplane
BC082S or
[email protected]@3
CS1D-BC052
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
448K words
5,120
(DM: 32K words,
(Expansion 250K steps
EM: 32K words ×
Racks: 7)
13 banks)
*
0.82
---
CS1H-CPU67H
256K words
5,120
(DM: 32K words,
(Expansion 120K steps
EM: 32K words ×
Racks: 7)
7 banks)
*
0.82
---
CS1H-CPU66H
*
0.82
---
CS1H-CPU65H
*
0.82
---
CS1H-CPU64H
*
0.82
---
CS1H-CPU63H
5,120
(Expansion 60K steps
Racks: 7)
128K words
(DM: 32K words,
EM: 32K words ×
3 banks)
5,120
(Expansion 30K steps
Racks: 7)
64K words
(DM: 32K words,
EM: 32K words ×
1 bank)
5,120
(Expansion 20K steps
Racks: 7)
64K words
(DM: 32K words,
EM: 32K words ×
1 bank)
5,120
(Expansion 60K steps
Racks: 7)
128K words
(DM: 32K words,
EM: 32K words ×
3 banks)
*
0.78
---
CS1G-CPU45H
1,280
(Expansion 30K steps
Racks: 3)
64K words
(DM: 32K words,
EM: 32K words ×
1 bank)
*
0.78
---
CS1G-CPU44H
960
(Expansion 20K steps
Racks: 2)
64K words
(DM: 32K words,
EM: 32K words ×
1 bank)
*
0.78
---
CS1G-CPU43H
960
(Expansion 10K steps
Racks: 2)
64K words
(DM: 32K words,
EM: 32K words ×
1 bank)
*
0.78
---
CS1G-CPU42H
0.02 µs
No
No
No
Yes
0.04 µs
No
No
Yes
No
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
UC1, N,
L, CE
No
* These values include the current consumption of a connected Programming Console. NT-AL001 Link Adapters consume an additional 0.15 A each when used.
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Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
■ Power Supply Units
One Power Supply Unit is required for each Rack.
Output capacity
Product
name
AC Power
Supply
Unit
Power
supply
voltage
5-VDC Model
26-VDC
Standards
output
output
capacity
capacity
100 to 240
VAC (wide
range)
4.6 A
4.6 A
AC Power 100 to 240
Supply
VAC
Unit
(wide
range) *
DC Power
Supply
Unit
0.625 A
0.625 A
30 W
No
RUN
output
Mountable Racks
Maintenance
forecast
monitor
CPU
Rack
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
CS1
Expansion
Rack
CS1 LongCS1D
distance
CPU
ExpanRack
sion Rack
CS1D
Expansion
Rack
SYSMAC
BUS
Slave
Rack
Model
Standards
Yes
C200HW-PA204C
UC1, N,
L, CE
No
C200HW-PA204
U, C, N, L,
CE
C200HW-PA204R U, C
No
30 W
No
Yes
No
0.625 A
(with
0.8 A,
24 VDC
service
power
supply)
30 W
Yes
No
No
9A
1.3 A
45 W
No
Yes
4.6 A
0.625 A
30 W
No
5.3 A
1.3 A
40 W
No
4.6 A
100 to 120
VAC or 200
to 240 VAC
Options
24-VDC
Total
0.8 A
power con- service
sumption power
supply
C200HW-PA204S
U, C, N, L,
CE
No
C200HW-PA209R
U, C, N, L,
CE
No
No
C200HW-PD024
No
No
C200HW-PD025
Yes
No
Yes
24 VDC
UC1, N,
L, CE
* C200HW-PA204/PA204R Power Supply Units shipped before March 2010 have power supply voltage specifications of 100 to 120 VAC/200 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz.
■ CS1 CPU Backplane
Mountable configuration units
Product name
Specifications
Applicable
CPU
CS-series
Unit
Basic I/O
Unit
Basic I/O Units
Special I/O Units
C200H
Group-2
CS-series
Special I/O
Highdensity I/O Unit
Unit
C200Hseries
Basic
I/O Unit
CPU Bus
Units
C200HCS-series
series
CPU Bus
Special I/O
Unit
Unit
2 slots
(Note:
Expansion
Racks cannot
be connected.)
For CS-series
Unit only
Note: C200Hseries Units 3 slots
cannot be
5 slots
mounted.
8 slots
10 slots
CS1 CPU Backplane
For both CS/
C200H-series
Units
2 slots
(Note:
Expansion
Racks cannot
be connected.)
Yes
No
Yes
No
CS1
CPU
Unit
Yes
3 slots
Yes
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
0.11
---
CS1W-BC022
0.11
---
CS1W-BC032
0.11
---
CS1W-BC052
0.11
---
CS1W-BC082
0.11
---
CS1W-BC102 U, C, N, L,
CE
0.11
---
CS1W-BC023
0.11
---
CS1W-BC033
5 slots
0.11
---
CS1W-BC053
8 slots
0.11
---
CS1W-BC083
10 slots
0.11
---
CS1W-BC103
2 slots (CS1W-BC022/023):
3 slots (CS1W-BC032/033):
Dimensions (mm) 5 slots (CS1W-BC052/053):
8 slots (CS1W-BC082/083):
10 slots (CS1W-BC102/103):
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
198.5 x 157 (W x H)
260 x 132 (W x H)
330 x 132 (W x H)
435 x 132 (W x H)
505 x 132 (W x H)
Note 1: C200H-series Units cannot be mounted to CS-series Expansion Backplanes ([email protected]@2).
2: CS-series Units cannot be mounted to C200HX/HG/HE Expansion I/O Backplanes ([email protected]@2).
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
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Expansion Racks
Select the Backplane, Power Supply Unit, and Expansion Cable. If the expansion length is more than 12 m, an I/O Interface Unit is also
required.
■ Expansion Backplanes
● Normal Expansion (Not Long-distance Expansion)
Mountable configuration units
Basic I/O Units
Product name
Specifications
CS-series
Basic I/O
Unit
3 slots
For CS-series
Unit only
5 slots
Note: C200Hseries Units
8 slots
cannot be
mounted.
10 slots
CS1 Expansion
Backplanes
For both CS/
C200H-series
Units
C200Hseries
Basic I/O
Unit
For C200H-series
Unit only
Note: CS-series
Units
cannot be
mounted.
C200H
Group-2
Highdensity I/O
Unit
CS-series
Special I/O
Unit
C200Hseries
Special I/O
Unit
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
CS-series
CPU Bus
Unit
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
0.23
---
0.23
---
CS1W-BI052
0.23
---
CS1W-BI082
0.23
---
CS1W-BI102
3 slots
0.23
---
CS1W-BI033
5 slots
0.23
---
CS1W-BI053
8 slots
0.23
---
CS1W-BI083
10 slots
0.23
---
CS1W-BI103
3 slots
0.15
---
C200HW-BI031
5 slots
0.15
---
C200HW-BI051
0.15
---
U, C, N, L,
C200HW-BI081-V1 CE
0.15
---
C200HW-BI101-V1
No
No
Yes
Yes
8 slots
No
CS1W-BI032
No
Yes
3 slots (CS1W-BCI032/033):
5 slots (CS1W-BI052/053):
Dimensions (mm)
8 slots (CS1W-BI082/083):
10 slots (CS1W-BI102/103):
C200HX/HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Backplane
CPU Bus
Units
Special I/O Units
Yes
Yes
U, C, N, L,
CE
Yes
260 x 132 (W x H)
330 x 132 (W x H)
435 x 132 (W x H)
505 x 132 (W x H)
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
10 slots
3 slots (C200HW-BI031):
5 slots (C200HW-BI051):
Dimensions (mm)
8 slots (C200HW-BI081-V1):
10 slots (C200HW-BI101-V1):
189 x 132 (W x H)
259 x 132 (W x H)
364 x 132 (W x H)
434 x 132 (W x H)
● Long-distance Expansion
Mountable configuration units
Basic I/O Units
Product name
CS1 Expansion
Backplanes
Specifications
3 slots
For CS-series
Unit only
5 slots
Note: C200Hseries Units
8 slots
cannot be
mounted.
10 slots
For both CS/
C200H-series
Units
CPU Unit
mounted
to CPU
C200HBackplane CS-series series
Basic I/O
Basic I/O
Unit
Unit
CS1 CPU
Unit
C200H
Group-2
Highdensity
I/O Unit
Special I/O Units
C200HCS-series
series
Special
Special
I/O Unit
I/O Unit
CPU Bus
Units
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
0.23
---
CS1W-BI032
0.23
---
CS1W-BI052
0.23
---
CS1W-BI082
0.23
---
CS1W-BI102
3 slots
0.23
---
CS1W-BI033
5 slots
0.23
---
CS1W-BI053
8 slots
0.23
---
CS1W-BI083
10 slots
0.23
---
CS1W-BI103
Yes
No
Yes
No
Standards
CS-series
5V
26 V
CPU Bus
system system
Unit
Yes *
U, C, N,
CE
U, C, N, L,
CE
* CS-series CPU Bus Units can be mounted in a Long-distance Expansion Rack, but the I/O refreshing time is longer than it is when the CPU Bus Unit is mounted in
the CPU Rack.
Note 1: C200H-series Units cannot be mounted to CS-series Expansion Backplanes ([email protected]@2).
2: CS-series Units cannot be mounted to C200HX/HG/HE Expansion I/O Backplanes ([email protected]@2).
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Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
■ I/O Control Unit (Required for long-distance expansion)
The CS1W-IC102 I/O Control Unit is mounted to a CPU Backplane or CS1 Expansion Backplane when expanding more than 12 m. A
[email protected]@2 Long-distance Expansion Connecting Cable is used to connect the I/O Control Unit to a CS1W-II102 I/O Interface Unit.
Current
consumption
(A)
Mountable backplanes
Product name
Specifications
Model
Standards
CS1W-IC102
U, C, N, L,
CE
CPU
CS1 Expansion
5V
26 V
backplane Backplanes
system system
I/O Control Unit
Required to expand more than 12 m.
(Two CV500-TER01 Terminators are included.)
Connecting cable: Connecting Cable for Long-distance
Expansion [email protected]@2
Connecting unit: Interface Unit CS1W-II102
Yes
Yes
0.92
---
■ I/O Interface Unit (Required for long-distance expansion)
The CS1W-II102 I/O Interface Unit is mounted to a CS1 Expansion Backplane and connected to a [email protected]@2 Long-distance
Expansion Connecting Cable when expanding more than 12 m.
Product name
Current
consumption
(A)
Specifications
Model
Standards
5V
24 V
system system
I/O Interface Unit
Required to expand more than 12 m.
Mountable backplane: CS1 Expansion Backplanes
Connecting cable: Connecting Cable for Long-distance Expansion
[email protected]@2
0.23
---
CS1W-II102
U, C, N, L, CE
■ Connecting Cables for Expansion Backplanes
Product name
Specifications
CS1 I/O Connecting
Cables
Connects a CPU Backplane or CS1 Expansion Backplane to a
CS1 Expansion Backplane.
CS1 to C200H I/O
Connecting Cables
Connects a CPU Backplane or CS1 Expansion Backplane to a
C200HX/HG/HE Expansion I/O Backplane.
C200H I/O Connecting
Cables
Connects a C200HX/HG/HE Expansion I/O Backplane to a
C200HX/HG/HE Expansion I/O Backplane.
Model
Cable length: 0.3 m
CS1W-CN313
Cable length: 0.7 m
CS1W-CN713
Cable length: 2 m
CS1W-CN223
Cable length: 3 m
CS1W-CN323
Cable length: 5 m
CS1W-CN523
Cable length: 10 m
CS1W-CN133
Cable length: 12 m
CS1W-CN133-B2
Cable length: 0.3 m
CS1W-CN311
Cable length: 0.7 m
CS1W-CN711
Cable length: 2 m
CS1W-CN221
Cable length: 3 m
CS1W-CN321
Cable length: 5 m
CS1W-CN521
Cable length: 10 m
CS1W-CN131
Cable length: 12 m
CS1W-CN131-B2
Cable length: 0.3 m
C200H-CN311
Cable length: 0.7 m
C200H-CN711
Cable length: 2 m
C200H-CN221
Cable length: 5 m
C200H-CN521
Cable length: 10 m
C200H-CN131
Cable length: 0.3 m
CV500-CN312
Cable length: 0.6 m
CV500-CN612
Cable length: 1 m
CV500-CN122
Cable length: 2 m
CV500-CN222
Cable length: 3 m
CV500-CN322
Cable length: 5 m
CV500-CN522
Cable length: 10 m
CV500-CN132
Cable length: 20 m
CV500-CN232
Cable length: 30 m
CV500-CN332
Cable length: 40 m
CV500-CN432
Cable length: 50 m
CV500-CN532
Standards
N, L, CE
N, L, CE
N, L, CE
L, CE
■ Connecting Cables for Long-distance Expansion
Product name
Connecting Cables for
Long-distance
Expansion
Specifications
Connects a Long-distance I/O Control Unit to an I/O Interface
Unit.
Model
Standards
N, L, CE
Reading the production number
@@@@
Year (e.g., 1997=7)
Month (1 to 9, X (10), Y (11), Z (12))
Day (01 to 31)
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
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Programming Devices
■ Support Software
Product name
Specifications
The CX-One is a comprehensive software package that
integrates Support Software for OMRON PLCs and
components.
CX-One runs on the following OS.
FA Integrated Tool Windows XP (Service Pack 3 or higher, 32-bit version) /
Vista (32-bit/64-bit version) / 7 (32-bit/64-bit version) /
Package
8 (32-bit/64-bit version) / 8.1 (32-bit/64-bit version)
CX-One [email protected]
CX-One Version [email protected] includes CX-Programmer and
CX-Simulator.
For details, refer to the CX-One catalog (Cat. No. R134).
Number of Model
Standards licenses
1 license
3 licenses
10 licenses
30 licenses
50 licenses
Model
Media
CD
CXONE-AL01C-V4
DVD
CXONE-AL01D-V4
CD
CXONE-AL03C-V4
DVD
CXONE-AL03D-V4
CD
CXONE-AL10C-V4
DVD
CXONE-AL10D-V4
CD
CXONE-AL30C-V4
DVD
CXONE-AL30D-V4
CD
CXONE-AL50C-V4
DVD
CXONE-AL50D-V4
Standards
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Note 1: Site licenses are available for users who will run CX-One on multiple computers. Ask your OMRON sales representative for details.
2: Before ordering the software on a DVD, be sure that your computer and drive are compatible with the DVD format.
● Support Software in CX-One [email protected]
The following tables lists the Support Software that can be installed from CX-One.
Support Software in CX-One
Outline
CX-Programmer
Application software to create and debug programs for CS/CJ/CP/NSJ-series, C-series, and CVM1/C-series CPU Units, and to
create and monitor data for CS/CJ-series Position Control Units.
CX-Integrator
Application software to build and set up FA networks, such as Controller Link, DeviceNet, CompoNet, CompoWay/F, and Ethernet
networks. The Routing Table Component and Data Link Component can be started from here. DeviceNet Configuration
functionality is also included.
Switch Box Utility
Utility software that helps you to debug PLCs. It helps you to monitor the I/O status and to monitor/change present values within
the PLC you specify.
CX-Protocol
Application software to create protocols (communications sequences) between CS/CJ/CP/NSJ-series or C200HX/HG/HE Serial
Communications Boards/Units and general-purpose external devices.
CX-Simulator
Application software to simulate CS/CJ/CP/NSJ-series CPU Unit operation on the computer to debug PLC programs without a
CPU Unit.
CX-Position
Application software to create and monitor data for CS/CJ-series Position Control Units. (except for High-speed type)
CX-Motion-NCF
Application software to creat and monitor data for CS/CJ-series Position Control Units with MECHATROLINK-II * interface
([email protected]).
CX-Motion-MCH
Application software to create data, and monitor program, and monitor data for CS/CJ-series Motion Control Units with
MECHATROLINK-II * interface (MCH71).
CX-Motion
Application software to create data for CS/CJ-series, C200HX/HG/HE, and CVM1/CV-series Motion Control Units, and to create
and monitor motion control programs.
CX-Drive
Application software to set and control data for Inverters and Servos.
CX-Process Tool
Application software to create and debug function block programs for CS/CJ-series Loop Controllers (Loop Control Units/Boards,
Process Control CPU Units, and Loop Control CPU Units).
Faceplate
Auto-Builder for NS
Application software that automatically outputs screen data as project files for NS-series PTs from tag information in function
block programs created with the CX-Process Tool.
CX-Designer
Application software to create screen data for NS-series PTs.
NV-Designer
Applications software to create screen data for NV-series small PTs.
CX-Configurator FDT
Applications software to setting various units by installing its DTM module.
CX-Thermo
Application software to set and control parameters in components such as Temperature Control Units.
CX-FLnet
Application software for system setting and monitoring of CS/CJ-series FL-net Units.
Network Configurator
Application software for setting the tag datalink at the built-in EtherNet/IP port.
CX-Server
Middleware necessary for CX-One applications to communicate with OMRON components, such, such as PLCs, Display
Devices, and Temperature Control Units.
Communications Middleware
Middleware necessary to communicate with CP1L CPU Units with built-in Ethernet port.
PLC Tools
(Installed automatically.)
A group of components used with CX-One applications, such as the CX-Programmer and CX-Integrator. Includes the following:
I/O tables, PLC memory, PLC Setup, Data Tracing/Time Chart Monitoring, PLC Error Logs, File Memory, PLC clock, Routing
Tables, and Data Link Tables.
Note: If the complete CX-One package is installed, approximately 4.0 GB of Hard disk space will be required.
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Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
■ Connecting Cables for CX-One Components (e.g. CX-Programmer)
Specifications
Product name
Applicable
computers
Cable
length
Connection configuration
IBM PC/AT or compatible computer + CS1W-CN226/626 +
Peripheral port of CPU Unit
2m
Peripheral port
RS-232C
Cables
between
Programming
Device
(computer)
and
peripheral
port
Peripheral Port
Connecting Cable
CS1W-CN226/626
Computer
(9-pin RS-232C)
6m
IBM PC/AT or
The following configuration can be used when using an
compatible
RS-232C cable to connect to an IBM PC/AT or compatible
computer
(D-Sub 9-pin) computer.
IBM PC/AT or compatible computer + XW2Z-200S-CV/V or
XW2Z-500S-CV/V + Peripheral port of CPU Unit.
Peripheral port
RS-232C Cable
XW2Z-200S-CV/V
XW2Z-500S-CV/V
0.1 m
CS1W-CN118
IBM PC/AT or compatible computer + XW2Z-200S-CV/V or
XW2Z-500S-CV/V + RS-232C port of CPU Unit or Serial
Communications Board/Unit
2m
Serial Communications Board's
RS-232C ports
Connecting Cables
between Programming
Device (computer) and
RS-232C port
Computer
(9-pin RS-232C)
RS-232C Cable
XW2Z-200S-CV/V (2 m)
XW2Z-500S-CV/V (5 m)
CPU Unit's built-in
IBM PC/AT or
RS-232C port
compatible
Note: We recommend the following configuration if the
computer
CX-Programmer is always connected and you want to
(D-Sub 9-pin)
avoid switching to the other CPU Unit when an error
occurs.
Active CPU Unit
Terminator ON
+5 V must be supplied to the
NT-AL001 at computer side.
5m
RUN
ERR/ALM
DPL01
L
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
R
2m
RUN
DPL STATUS
ACTIVE
CPU STATUS
ACTIVE
CPU STATUS
LEFT CPU
USE
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
ERR/ALM
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
NO USE
RIGHT CPU
MCPWR
USE
BUSY
MCPWR
BUSY
NO USE
OPEN
OPEN
DPL SW
ON OFF
SPL DPL
ACT. ACT.
LEFT RIGHT
ON
PERIPHERAL
+5V
PERIPHERAL
INIT.
SW
PRPHL
COMM
A39512
RSV
PORT
ON
PORT
DUPLEX
RS-232C
NT-AL001
RS-422A/485
RS-422A/485
RS-422A Adapter
CJ1W-CIF11
or NT-AL001
Can be used
for both
peripheral bus
and host link.
Standards
CS1W-CN226
CS1W-CN626
Use when
connecting to
the peripheral
port with a
XW2Z-200SCS1W-CN118
CV/V or
XW2Z-500SCV/V
RS-232C
Cable.
CE
Can be used
XW2Z-200S-CV
for both
peripheral bus
and host link,
and is
equipped with
an anti-static XW2Z-500S-CV
connector.
---
Standby CPU Unit
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
Model
Remarks
5m
Can be used
for host link
only. Cannot
be used for
peripheral
bus.
XW2Z-200S-V
XW2Z-500S-V
CX-Programmer
IBM PC/AT or compatible computer +
CS1W-CIF31 + CS1W-CN226/626 + Peripheral
port of CPU Unit
Can be used
for both
peripheral bus
and host link.
USB-Serial Conversion Cable
CS1W-CIF31
Computer
USB port
USB-Serial Conversion
Cable (PC driver CD-ROM
included)
IBM PC/AT or
compatible
computer
(D-Sub 9-pin)
Conforms to USB 2.0
Specifications.
Serial Connecting Cable
CS1W-CN226/626
XW2Z-200S-CV/500S-CV
XW2Z-200S-V/500S-V
CQM1-CIF02
Peripheral port or
RS-232C port
The USB
Serial
Conversion
Cable
connects to
the serial
connecting
cable,
0.5 m
which
connects to
the PLC’s
peripheral
port or
RS-232C
port.
IBM PC/AT or compatible computer +
CS1W-CIF31 + XW2Z-200S-CV/500S-CV +
CS1W-CN118 + Peripheral port of CPU Unit
IBM PC/AT or compatible computer +
CS1W-CIF31 + XW2Z-200S-V/500S-V +
CS1W-CN118 + Peripheral port of CPU Unit
IBM PC/AT or compatible computer +
CS1W-CIF31 + XW2Z-200S-CV/500S-CV +
CS1W-CN118 + RS-232C port of CPU Unit or
Serial Communications Board/Unit
IBM PC/AT or compatible computer +
CS1W-CIF31 + XW2Z-200S-V/500S-V + RS-232C
port of CPU Unit or Serial Communications Board/
Unit
Can be used
for both
peripheral bus
and host link.
Can be used
for host link
only. Cannot
be used for
peripheral
bus.
CS1W-CIF31
N
Can be used
for both
peripheral bus
and host link.
Can be used
for host link
only. Cannot
be used for
peripheral
bus.
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
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Note: Either of the serial communications modes listed in the following table can be used to connect CX-One Support Software (e.g., the CX-Programmer) to a
CS1-series PLC.
Serial communications mode
Features
Peripheral bus
This mode can provide high-speed communications, so this mode is normally used to connect when using CX-One component
software such as the CX-Programmer.
• Supports 1:1 connections only.
• The Programming Device’s baud rate
Host Link (SYSWAY)
This is a general host computer communications protocol, which supports 1:1 and 1:N connections.
• Host link operates at a slower speed than peripheral bus.
• Host link supports 1:N connections as well as long-distance connections when RS-422A/RS-485 is used for a connection
through a modem or optical adapter.
■ Programming Console
Product name
Programming Console
Specifications
Cable model
(Separate item)
Can be connected
to the CPU Unit’s
peripheral port
only. Cannot be
connected to the
CS1W-CN224: 2 m
RS-232C port.
CS1W-CN624: 6 m
A CS1W-KS001-E
Programming
Console Key
Sheet is required
(sold separately).
Connection configuration
Model
CS1W-CN224 (2 m)
CS1W-CN624 (6 m)
Peripheral port
C200H-PRO27-E
Programming
Console
Key Sheet
CS1W-KS001
U, C, N, CE
Programming
Console
C200H-PRO27
Programming Console Key
For the following Programming Consoles: C200H-PRO27
Sheet
Programming
Console
Connecting
Cable
Standards
CS1W-KS001-E
For C200H-PRO27 connection, Cable length: 2 m
CS1W-CN224
For C200H-PRO27 connection, Cable length: 6 m
CS1W-CN624
CE
■ Connecting Cables for NS-series PTs
Specifications
Product name
Connection configuration
Cable length
Model
Standards
Connecting Cables between an NS-series PT and the RS-232C port of CPU Unit
or Serial Communications Board/Unit
Connecting Cables for
NS-series PTs
Serial
Communications
Board's
NS-series PT
2m
XW2Z-200T
5m
XW2Z-500T
2m
XW2Z-200T-2
5m
XW2Z-500T-2
RS-232C
--RS-232C Cable
XW2Z-200T (2 m)
XW2Z-500T (5 m)
CPU Unit's built-in
RS-232C port
Connecting Cables between an NS-series PT and the peripheral port of CPU Unit
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Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
Accessories and Maintenance Parts
Product name
Memory Cards
Specifications
HMC-EF183
Memory Card Adapter (Adapts to a computer’s PCMCIA card slot.)
HMC-AP001
Product name
Battery Set
I/O Terminal Cover
Model
Flash Memory, 128 MB
Specifications
Standards
--CE
Model
Standards
Battery for CS-series maintenance
Note 1: A battery is included with the CPU Unit as standard equipment.
2: The battery life is 5 years at an ambient temperature of 25°C, although the
CS1W-BAT01
lifetime can be as short as 1.1 years under adverse temperature and power
conditions.
3: Use a replacement battery that was manufactured within the last two years.
Cover for 10-pin Terminal Blocks
C200H-COV11
Protective cover for unused Power Supply Unit connector in C200H Backplane
C500-COV01
Protective cover for unused CS-series Unit connector in Backplane
CV500-COV01
For unused I/O slot spaces in the [email protected]@3/[email protected]@3 or [email protected]@@
Backplanes
C200H-SP001
---
Connector Cover
Space Units
Backplane Insulation Plate
(for C200HX/HG/HE
Expansion I/O Backplane)
N, L
For unused I/O slot spaces in the [email protected]@2/[email protected]@2 or [email protected]@3/[email protected]@3
CS1W-SP001
Backplanes
Used to electrically insulate the Backplane from the
control panel as a noise countermeasure.
10 slots
C200HW-ATTA2
8 slots
C200HW-ATT82
5 slots
C200HW-ATT52
3 slots
C200HW-ATT32
---
N, L, CE
Contact relays
24 VDC
For Relay Output Unit C200H-OC221/222/223/224/225
G6B-1174P-FD-US-M DC24
Programming
Console Mounting
Bracket
Use to mount a C200H-PRO27 Programming Console in a control panel.
C200H-ATT01
Terminator
Connected to last Long-distance Expansion Rack (for CS1W-IC102). Two are
included with the CS1W-IC102 I/O Control Unit.
CV500-TER01
U, C
RS-422A Converter
Converts RS-233C to RS-422A/RS-485.
CJ1W-CIF11
UC1, N, L,
CE
RS-232C/RS-422A Link
Adapter
RS-232C × 1 port
RS-422A terminal block
NT-AL001
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DIN Track Mounting Accessories
Product name
DIN Track
Mounting Bracket
DIN Track
Specifications
Model
1 set (package of 2 brackets)
C200H-DIN01
Track length: 50 cm
Height: 7.3 mm
PFP-50N
Track length: 1 m
Height: 7.3 mm
PFP-100N
Track length: 1 m
Height: 16 mm
PFP-100N2
End Plate
Standards
---
PFP-M
Note: Order in lots of 10.
Spacer
PFP-S
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
25
Basic I/O Units
CS1 Basic I/O Units
■ Input Units
Words
required
Mountable Racks
Unit type
Product name
CPU Rack
Specifications
CS1W-BC
Current
consumption
CS1 Expansion
(A)
C200HX/
CS1 LongRack
SYSMAC (I/O bits:
HG/HE
distance
BUS Slave CIO 0000 to
CS1W-BI
Expansion
Expansion
5V
26 V
Rack
CIO 0319)
I/O Rack
Rack
system system
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@@2
Model
Standards
@@3
@@2
24 VDC, 7 mA,
16 inputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
1 word
0.10
---
CS1W-ID211
24 VDC, 6 mA,
32 inputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
2 words
0.15
---
CS1W-ID231
24 VDC, 7 mA,
64 inputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
4 words
0.15
---
CS1W-ID261
24 VDC, approx.
5 mA, 96 inputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
6 words
0.20
---
CS1W-ID291
U, C, N, L,
CE
100 to 120 VAC,
AC Input Unit 16 inputs
100 to 120 VDC,
16 inputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
1 word
0.11
---
CS1W-IA111
UC1, N, L,
CE
200 to 240 VAC,
16 inputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
1 word
0.11
---
CS1W-IA211
UC, N, L,
CE
DC Input Unit
CS1 Basic
I/O Units
UC1, N, L,
CE
■ Output Units
Mountable Racks
CPU Rack
Unit type
Product name
Specifications
CS1W-BC
Current
consumption
CS1 Expansion
CS1
Long(A)
Words
Rack
SYSMAC
distance
BUS Slave required
CS1W-BI
Expansion
5V
26 V
Rack
Rack
system system
@@3
@@2
Model
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@@2
250 VAC or 120 VDC,
Relay Output 2 A max.
Units
Independent contacts,
8 outputs
Yes
Yes
250 VAC or 120 VDC,
2 A max.
16 outputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
1 word
12 to 24 VDC,
0.5 A
16 outputs
Sinking
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
24 VDC, 0.5 A
16 outputs
Sourcing
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
12 to 24 VDC,
0.5 A
32 outputs
Sinking
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
24 VDC, 0.5 A
32 outputs
Sourcing
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
12 to 24 VDC,
0.3 A
64 outputs
Sinking
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
24 VDC, 0.3 A
64 outputs
Sourcing
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
4 words
0.39
---
CS1W-OD262
12 to 24 VDC,
0.1 A
96 outputs
Sinking
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
6 words
0.48
---
CS1W-OD291
12 to 24 VDC,
0.1 A
96 outputs
Sourcing
Transistor
Output Units
CS1 Basic
I/O Units
Triac Output
Units
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
1 word
0.10
Standards
CS1W-OC201
0.13
0.006
per
simultaneously
ON
outputs
1 word
0.17
---
CS1W-OD211
UC1, N, L,
CE
No
1 word
0.17
---
CS1W-OD212
U, C, N, L,
CE
Yes
No
2 words
0.27
---
CS1W-OD231
UC1, N, L,
CE
Yes
Yes
No
2 words
0.27
---
CS1W-OD232
U, C, N, L,
CE
Yes
Yes
No
4 words
0.39
---
CS1W-OD261
UC1, N, L,
CE
CS1W-OC211
UC1, N, L,
CE
U, C, N, L,
CE
250 VAC, 2 A max.
8 outputs
250 VAC, 0.5 A max.
16 outputs
26
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
Yes
Yes
Yes
Programmable Controllers
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
CS1G/H
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
6 words
0.48
---
CS1W-OD292
1 word
0.23
max.
(0.07 +
0.02 ×
number
of ON
points)
---
CS1W-OA201
1 word
0.406
max.
(0.07 +
0.021 ×
number
of ON
points)
---
UC, N, L,
CE
CS1W-OA211
■ I/O Units
Mountable Racks
Product
name
Unit type
CPU Rack
Specifications
CS1W-BC
@@3
@@2
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
Current
consumption
CS1 Expansion
CS1
Long(A)
Words
Rack
SYSMAC
distance
BUS Slave required
Expansion
CS1W-BI
5V
26 V
Rack
Rack
system system
@@3
@@2
Model
Standards
24 VDC, 6 mA
32 inputs
DC Input/
Transistor
Output Unit
CS1W-MD261
12 to 24 VDC, 0.3 A
32 outputs
Sourcing
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
24 VDC, 6 mA
32 inputs
2 input
words
and 2
output
words
0.27
UC1, N, L,
CE
---
CS1W-MD262
24 VDC, 0.3 A
32 outputs
Sourcing
24 VDC, approx. 5 mA
48 inputs
CS1 Basic
I/O Units
CS1W-MD291
12 to 24 VDC, 0.1 A
48 outputs
Sinking
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
24 VDC, approx. 5 mA
48 inputs
3 input
words
and 3
output
words
0.35
U, C, N, L,
CE
---
CS1W-MD292
12 to 24 VDC, 0.1 A
48 outputs
Sourcing
TTL I/O Unit
5 VDC
32 inputs, 32 outputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
2 input
words
and 2
output
words
0.27
---
CS1W-MD561
UC, N, L,
CE
Note: The C200H-ID001 (8 no-voltage contact inputs, NPN) and C200H-ID002 (8 no-voltage contact inputs, PNP) cannot be used.
● Applicable Connectors
Connector for CS1 Basic I/O Units (32 inputs, 64 inputs, 32 outputs, 64 outputs, 32 inputs/32 outputs)
Name
Applicable
Connectors
Connection
Applicable Units
Model
Soldered
FCN-361J040-AU Connector
FCN-360C040-J2 Connector cover
C500-CE404
(Included with Unit)
Crimped
FCN-363J040
Housing
FCN-363J-AU
Contact
FCN-360C040-J2 Connector cover
C500-CE405
Pressure welded
FCN-367J040-AU/F
C500-CE403
Standards
---
Connector for CS1 Basic I/O Units (96 inputs, 96 outputs, 48 inputs/48 outputs)
Name
Applicable
Connectors
Connection
Applicable Units
Model
Soldered
FCN-361J056-AU Connector
FCN-360C056-J3 Connector cover
CS1W-CE561
(Included with Unit)
Crimped
FCN-363J056
Housing
FCN-363J-AU
Contact
FCN-360C056-J3 Connector cover
CS1W-CE562
Pressure welded
FCN-367J056-AU
CS1W-CE563
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
Standards
---
27
■ Interrupt Input Unit
Specifications
Unit type
Product
name
CS1
Expansion
CPU Rack
Input pulse
C200HX/
CS1 LongRack
Input
External
width
I/O
Input
HG/HE
distance
curconnecCS1W-BC Expansion CS1W-BI Expansion
points voltage
rent
tion
I/O Rack
Rack
ON OFF
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
time time
Interrupt
Input Unit
16
inputs
CS1 Basic
I/O Units
Mountable Racks
24
VDC
7 mA
Remov0.1 0.5
able
ms ms
terminal
max. max.
block
Yes
Yes
*
*
Yes Yes
No
*
Yes
SYSMAC Words
BUS
required
Slave
Rack
No
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
CS1W-INT01
UC1, N, L,
CE
Model
Standards
CS1W-IDP01
UC1, N, L,
CE
5V
26 V
system system
1 word
0.10
---
* Interrupt inputs are not supported on these Racks (i.e., used as normal I/O Unit).
■ Quick-response Input Unit
Specifications
Unit type
Product
name
Mountable Racks
CS1
CPU Rack C200HX/
Expansion CS1 LongInput Input pulse External
I/O
Input
HG/HE
Rack
distance
curwidth
connecpoints voltage
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
rent (ON time)
tion
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
Quickresponse
Input Unit
16
inputs
CS1 Basic
I/O Units
24
VDC
7 mA
Removable
terminal
block
0.1 ms
max.
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
SYSMAC Words
BUS
required
Slave
Rack
No
1 word
Current
consumption
(A)
5V
26 V
system system
0.10
---
■ B7A Interface Unit
Mountable Racks
Unit type
Product
name
Specifications
CS1W-BC
B7A Interface
Unit
CS1 Basic
I/O Unit
CPU Rack
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
Current
consumption
CS1 Expansion
CS1 Long(A)
Rack
SYSMAC Words required
distance
BUS Slave
CS1W-BI
Expansion
5V
26 V
Rack
Rack
system system
@@3
@@2
Model
@@3
@@2
32 inputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
2 words
0.09
---
CS1W-B7A12
32 outputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
2 words
0.09
---
CS1W-B7A02
0.09
---
CS1W-B7A21
0.09
---
CS1W-B7A22
16 inputs/outputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
1 input word
and 1 output
word
32 inputs/outputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
2 input words
and 2 output
words
Standards
UC1, CE
■ Safety Relay Unit
Specifications
Unit type
Product
name
Safety
Relay Unit
CS1Basic
I/O Units
28
Mountable Racks
Contact Number
CPU Rack
Power Number
External
Functype
of
supply of input
connection
(Safety general
voltage words
tions CS1W-BC
output) inputs
@@3 @@2
Emergency
stop
Unit
24
VDC
1 word
4
or 2
DPST- inputs/
words
NO
com(Shared
mon
inputs)
Programmable Controllers
Removable
terminal
block
Yes
CS1G/H
Yes
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion I/O
Rack
No
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongRack
distance
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Rack
@@3 @@2
Yes
Yes
Yes
SYSMAC Words
BUS
required
Slave
Rack
No
1 word
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
0.10
---
CS1W-SF200 U, C, CE
C200H Basic I/O Units and C200H Group-2 High-density I/O Units
■ Input Units
Words
required
Mountable Racks
Unit type
Product
name
Specifications
CPU Rack
CS1W-BC
DC Input
Unit
AC Input
Unit
C200H
Basic I/O
Units
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
CS1 Expansion
CS1 LongRack
distance
CS1W-BI
Expansion
Rack
@@3
@@2
SYSMAC
BUS
Slave
Rack
(I/O bits:
CIO 0000
to CIO
0319)
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
@@3
@@2
12 to 24 VDC, 8 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
---
C200H-ID211
U, C, N, L,
CE
24 VDC, 16 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
---
C200H-ID212
UC1, N, L,
CE
100 to 120 VAC, 8 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
---
C200H-IA121
100 to 120 VAC, 16 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
---
C200H-IA122
U, C, N, L
100 to 120 VAC, 16 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
---
C200H-IA122V
200 to 240 VAC, 8 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
---
C200H-IA221
200 to 240 VAC, 16 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
---
C200H-IA222
200 to 240 VAC, 16 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
---
C200H-IA222V
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
---
C200H-IM211
CE
U, C, N, L
AC/DC Input
Unit
12 to 24 VAC/VDC, 8 inputs
CE
U, C, N, L,
CE
C200H
Group-2
Highdensity
I/O Units
DC Input
Unit
24 VAC/VDC, 16 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
---
C200H-IM212
C200H-ID216
24 VDC, 32 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
2 words
0.10
---
24 VDC, 64 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
4 words
0.12
---
C200H-ID217
24 VDC, 32 inputs, 6 mA
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
2 words
0.10
---
C200H-ID218
24 VDC, 64 inputs, 6 mA
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
4 words
0.12
---
C200H-ID219
12 VDC, 64 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
4 words
0.12
---
C200H-ID111
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
U, C, N, L,
CE
U, C, N, L
29
■ Output Units
Mountable Racks
Unit type
Product
name
CPU Rack
Specifications
CS1W-BC
Relay
Contact
Output Unit
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
CS1 Expansion
CS1 LongRack
distance
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Rack
@@3
@@2
Current consumption
(A)
SYSMAC Words
BUS
required
Slave
5V
Rack
system
Model
Standards
26 V
system
@@3
@@2
250 VAC or 24 VDC,
2 A max.
8 outputs
Yes
No
250 VAC or 24 VDC,
2 A max.
12 outputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
250 VAC or 24 VDC,
2 A max.
12 outputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.008
0.09 per 8
simultaneously
ON outputs
C200H-OC222N
CE
250 VAC or 24 VDC,
2 A max.
16 outputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.05
0.075 per 8
simultaneously
ON outputs
C200H-OC225
UC1, N, L
250 VAC or 24 VDC,
2 A max.
16 outputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.03
0.09 per 8
simultaneously
ON outputs
C200H-OC226N
CE
250 VAC or 24 VDC,
2 A max.
Independent
contacts: 5 outputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
0.075 per 8
simultaneously
ON outputs
C200H-OC223
C200H-OC224
C200H-OC224N
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
C200H-OC221
0.075 per 8
simultaneously
ON outputs
U, C, N, L
C200H-OC222
U, C, N, L
250 VAC or 24 VDC,
2 A max.
Independent
contacts: 8 outputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
0.075 per 8
simultaneously
ON outputs
250 VAC or 24 VDC,
2 A max.
Independent
contacts: 8 outputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
0.09 per 8
simultaneously
ON outputs
12 to 48 VDC, 1 A
8 outputs
Sinking
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.14
24 VDC, 2.1 A
8 outputs
Sinking
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.14
5 to 24 VDC, 0.3 A
8 outputs
Sourcing
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
24 VDC, 0.3 A
12 outputs
Sinking
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.16
5 to 24 VDC, 0.3 A
12 outputs
Sourcing
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.01
24 VDC, 0.3 A
16 outputs
Sinking
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.18
---
C200H-OD212
24 VDC, 1 A
16 outputs
Sourcing
Short-circuit
protection
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.16
---
C200H-OD21A
CE
Triac Output 250 VAC, 1.2 A max.
Unit
8 outputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.18
---
C200H-OA223
CE
250 VAC, 0.5 A max.
12 outputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.27
---
C200H-OA224
U, C, N, L,
CE
4.5 to 26.4 V,
16 to 100 mA
32 outputs
Sinking
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
2 words
0.27
---
C200H-OD218
U, C, N, L,
CE
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
2 words
0.48
---
C200H-OD21B
U, C, CE
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
4 words
0.48
---
C200H-OD219
U, C, N, L,
CE
C200H
Basic I/O
Units
Transistor
Output Unit
C200H
Group-2
Highdensity
I/O Units
Transistor
Output Units 24 VDC, 0.5 A
32 outputs
Sourcing
Short-circuit
protection
4.5 to 26.4 V,
16 to 100 mA
64 outputs
Sinking
30
---
CE
C200H-OD411
U, C, N, L,
CE
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
--0.075 per 8
simultaneously
ON outputs
--0.075 per 8
simultaneously
ON outputs
C200H-OD213
C200H-OD216
U, C, N, L
C200H-OD211
C200H-OD217
U, C, N, L,
CE
■ Interrupt Input Unit
Specifications
Unit type
Product
name
I/O
Input Input
points voltage current
Mountable Racks
Input pulse
width
ON OFF
time time
CS1
Expansion
CPU Rack
C200HX/
CS1 LongRack
External
HG/HE
distance
connection CS1W-BC Expansion CS1W-BI Expansion
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
SYSMAC Words
BUS
required
Slave
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
Interrupt
Input Unit
C200H
Basic I/O
Units
8
inputs
12 to
24
VDC
10
mA
0.2 0.5 Removable
ms
ms terminal
max. max. block
Yes
*
Yes
No
*
Yes
No
No
No
1 word
0.02
---
C200HS-INT01 U, C, CE
* Interrupt inputs are not supported on these Racks (i.e., used as normal I/O Unit).
■ Analog Timer Unit
Mountable Racks
Unit type
Product
name
CPU Rack
Specifications
CS1W-BC
@@3
@@2
Yes
No
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
CS1 Expansion
CS1 LongRack
distance
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Rack
@@3
@@2
SYSMAC Words
BUS
required
Slave
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
Analog
Timer Unit
C200H
Basic I/O
Units
4-point timer
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.06
---
C200H-TM001
U, C
■ B7A Interface Units
Mountable Racks
Unit type
Product
name
Specifications
CPU Rack
CS1W-BC
@@3
C200H
Basic I/O
Units
C200H
Group-2
Highdensity
I/O Units
B7A
Interface
Units
@@2
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
CS1 Expansion
CS1 LongRack
distance
CS1W-BI
Expansion
Rack
@@3
@@2
SYSMAC
BUS
Slave
Rack
Words
required
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
16 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.10
---
C200H-B7AI1
16 outputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 word
0.10
---
C200H-B7AO1
32 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
2 words
0.10
---
C200H-B7A12
32 outputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
2 words
0.10
---
C200H-B7A02
16 inputs/outputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
1 input word
and 1 output
word
0.10
---
C200H-B7A21
No
2 input words
and 2 output
words
U, C, CE
U, C
U, C, CE
32 inputs/outputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
0.10
Programmable Controllers
---
C200H-B7A22
CS1G/H
31
Special I/O Units, CPU Bus Units, and Inner Boards
CS1 Special I/O Units, CPU Bus Units, and Inner Boards
■ Temperature Sensor Input Units (Process I/O Units)
Specifications
Unit
type
Product
name
Isolatedtype Thermocouple
Input Units
I/O
points
Signal
range
selection
CS1
CS1
CPU Rack C200HX/ Expansion LongHG/HE
ConverRack
disExternal
Expansion
tance
connection CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
sion I/O
speed
ExpanRack
sion
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
Rack
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
20 ms/
4 inputs,
10 ms/
2 inputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.12
0.08
CS1W-PTS11
4
4
R, S, K, J,
indepeninputs
T, L, B
dent
250 ms/
4 inputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.25
---
CS1W-PTS51
8
8
R, S, K, J, 250 ms/
indepeninputs
T, L, B
8 inputs
dent
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.18
0.06
CS1W-PTS55
4
B, E, J, K,
4
150 ms/
indepen- N, R, S, T,
inputs
4 inputs
dent
±80mV
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.15
0.15
CS1W-PTS01-V1
20 ms/
4 inputs, Removable
Yes
terminal
10 ms/
block
2 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.12
0.07
CS1W-PTS12
Pt100 Ω
(JIS, IEC),
JPt100 Ω,
Pt50 Ω,
Ni508.4 Ω
1 unit
number’s
words
Pt100 Ω
250 ms/
(JIS, IEC),
4 inputs
JPt100 Ω
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.25
---
CS1W-PTS52
8
Pt100 Ω
8
250 ms/
indepen- (JIS, IEC),
inputs
8 inputs
dent
JPt100 Ω
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.18
0.06
CS1W-PTS56
4
Pt100 Ω
4
100 ms/
indepen- (JIS, IEC),
inputs
4 inputs
dent
JPt100 Ω
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.15
0.15
CS1W-PTS02
Isolatedtype
Resistance
4
4
100 ms/
Thermomeindepen- Ni508.4 Ω
inputs
4 inputs
ter Input
dent
Unit
(Ni508.4 W)
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.15
0.15
CS1W-PTS03
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
B, E, J, K,
L, N, R, S,
4
4
T, U,
indepeninputs
WRe5-26,
dent
PL II,
±100 mV
CS1
4
4
Special Isolatedindepeninputs
type
dent
I/O
Resistance
Units
Thermome4
ter Input
4
indepenUnits
inputs
dent
32
Signal
range
Mountable Racks
UC1, N,
CE
UC1, CE
UC1, N,
CE
UC1, CE
■ Analog Input Units
● Analog Input Units
Specifications
Unit
type
Product
name
Analog
Input
Units
Signal
I/O
range
points selection
Signal
range
1 to 5 V,
0 to 5 V,
4
4
0 to 10 V,
indeinputs
-10 to
pendent
10 V, 4 to
20 mA
8
1 to 5 V,
8
inde0 to 5 V,
inputs
pendent 0 to 10 V,
-10 to
10 V, 4 to
16
16
20 mA
indeinputs
pendent
CS1
Special
I/O
Units
ConnectorTerminal
Block
Conversion Unit
for
CS1WAD161
Mountable Racks
CS1
CS1
C200HX/
CPU Rack
Expansion LongHG/HE
Conver- External
ResoluRack
distance
Expansion connection
CS1W-BC sion I/O CS1W-BI Expanspeed
tion
sion
@@3 @@2 Rack
@@3 @@2 Rack
1/8,000
(Can
also be
set to
1/4,000.)
250 µs/
input
(Can
also be
set to
1 ms/
input.)
1/8,000
(Can
also be
set to
1/4,000.)
250 µs/
input
(Can
also be
set to
1 ms/
input.)
Current
No. of
consumption
SYSMAC unit
(A)
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
5V
26 V
Rack
system system
Removable
terminal
block
Yes
Removable
terminal
block
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
MIL
connector
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.12
0.09
Model
CS1W-AD041-V1
1 unit
number’s
words
2 unit
numbers’
words
Standards
UC1, N,
L, CE
0.12
0.09
CS1W-AD081-V1
0.15
0.06
CS1W-AD161
Slim terminal block
Terminal: 34, dimension: 128 x 40 x 39 mm
XW2D-34G6
Connection cable
Cable length: 2 m
XW2Z-200C
---
UC1, CE
---
● Isolated-type DC Input Units (Process I/O Units)
Specifications
Unit
type
Product
name
Isolatedtype DC
Input Units
CS1
Special
I/O
Units
Mountable Racks
CS1
C200HX/ Expansion
CS1 LongHG/HE
Rack
Conversion External
distance
Expanspeed
connection
Expansion
CS1W-BC sion I/O
CS1W-BI
Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
CPU Rack
I/O
points
Signal
range
Current
consumption
No. of
SYSMAC unit
(A)
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
5V
26 V
Rack
system system
Model
4 to 20 mA,
0 to 20 mA,
0 to 10 V,
±10 V,
4
0 to 5 V,
inputs
±5 V,
1 to 5 V,
0 to 1.25 V,
±1.25 V
20 ms/
4 inputs,
10 ms/
2 inputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.12
0.12
CS1W-PDC11
4 to 20 mA,
8
0 to 10 V,
inputs 0 to 5 V,
1 to 5 V,
250 ms/
8 inputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.18
0.06
CS1W-PDC55
4 to 20 mA,
0 to 20 mA,
1 to 5 V,
4
0 to 5 V,
inputs
±5 V,
0 to 10 V,
±10 V
100 ms/
4 inputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.15
0.16
CS1W-PDC01
Removable
terminal
block
1 unit
number’s
words
Isolatedtype 2-Wire
Transmitter
Input Unit
Standards
UC1, N,
CE
UC1, CE
4
4 to 20 mA,
inputs 1 to 5 V
100 ms/
4 inputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.15
0.16
CS1W-PTW01
Power
Transducer
Input Unit
8
0 to 1 mA,
inputs ±1 mA
200 ms/
8 inputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.15
0.08
CS1W-PTR01
DC Analog
Input Unit
(100 mV)
8
0 to 100 mV, 200 ms/
inputs ±100 mV
8 inputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.15
0.08
CS1W-PTR02
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
33
■ Analog Output Units
● Analog Output Units
Specifications
Unit
type
CS1
Special
I/O
Units
Product
name
I/O
points
Signal
range
selection
4
4
Analog outputs independent
Output
Units
Signal
range
Mountable Racks
CS1
CPU Rack C200HX/
Expansion CS1 LongConver- External
Rack
HG/HE
distance
Resosion connecExpansion
Expansion
lution
speed
tion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
1 to 5 V,
0 to 5 V,
1 ms/
0 to 10 V,
1/4000
output
-10 to 10 V,
4 to 20 mA
1 to 5 V,
8
8
1 ms/
0 to 5 V,
indepen1/4000
outputs
output
0 to 10 V,
dent
-10 to 10 V
Removable
terminal
block
8
8
1 ms/
indepen- 4 to 20 mA 1/4000
outputs
output
dent
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
1 unit
number’s
words
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
0.13
0.18
CS1W-DA041
0.13
0.18
CS1W-DA08V
0.13
0.25
CS1W-DA08C
UC1, N,
L, CE
● Isolated-type Control Output Units (Process I/O Units)
Mountable Racks
Specifications
Unit
type
Product
name
I/O
points
Signal
range
selection
Signal
range
Conver- External
sion connecspeed
tion
CPU Rack
CS1W-BC
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
@@3 @@2
Isolated4
4 to
4
type
inde20 mA,
Control outputs pendent 1 to 5V
Output
CS1
Units
Special
0 to 10V,
I/O
±10V,
4
Units
4
0 to 5V,
indeoutputs
±5V,
pendent
0 to 1V,
±1V
100 ms/
outputs
40 ms/
outputs
Yes
Removable
terminal
block
Yes
No
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongRack
distance
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Rack
@@3 @@2
Yes
Yes
Yes
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
No
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
5V
26 V
system system
0.15
0.16
CS1W-PMV01
1 unit
number’s
words
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Standards
UC1, CE
0.12
0.12
CS1W-PMV02
■ Analog I/O Units
Specifications
Unit
type
Signal
Product
I/O
range
name
points selection
Analog
I/O Units
CS1
Special
I/O
Units
34
4
inputs
4
independent
4
inde4
outputs pendent
Signal
range
Mountable Racks
CS1
CPU Rack C200HX/ Expansion CS1 LongConver- External
Rack
ResoluHG/HE
distance
sion connection
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
speed
tion
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
1 to 5V,
0 to 5V,
0 to 10V,
-10 to 10V,
4 to 20 mA
1/4000
1 to 5V,
0 to 5V,
0 to 10V,
-10 to 10V
1/4000
1 ms/
output
1 ms/
output
Programmable Controllers
Removable
terminal
block
Yes
Yes
CS1G/H
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
No
1 unit
number’s
words
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
0.20
0.20
CS1W-MAD44
UC1, N,
L, CE
■ Isolated-type Pulse Input Units (Process I/O Units)
Mountable Racks
Unit
type
Product name
Specifications
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongCPU Rack C200HX/
Rack
HG/HE
distance
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
Isolated-type
Pulse Input Unit
CS1
Special
I/O Units
4 pulse inputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
1 unit
number’s
words
0.20
0.16
CS1W-PPS01
UC1, CE
■ Loop Control Board/Loop Control Unit
Mountable Racks
Unit type
Product
name
Loop
Control
Board
CS1 Inner
Board
Specifications
50 blocks max. (total control
blocks and operation blocks)
RDY
EXEC
COMM
PORT
CS1
CPU Rack C200HX/
Expansion CS1 LongHG/HE
distance
Rack
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
*2
0.22
*1
*1
Yes Yes
No
No
No
No
Model
---
CS1W-LCB01
UC1, N,
CE
--*2
0.22
500 blocks max. (total control
blocks and operation blocks)
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
---
CS1W-LCB05
LCB01
*1.
*2.
Mount a CS1W-LCB01/05 Loop Control Board in a CS1G/[email protected]@H CPU Unit or a [email protected]@S CS1D Duplex System CPU Unit.
NT-AL001 Link Adapters consume an additional 0.15 A each when used.
■ High-speed Counter Units
Specifications
Unit
type
Product
name
High-speed
Counter
Units
Number Encoder A and B
of count inputs, and Z pulse
channels input signal
2
CS1
Special
I/O Units
Input voltage: 5 VDC,
12 VDC, or 24 VDC
(only 1 axis for 5 V or
12 V input)
RS-422 line driver
4
Input voltage: 5 VDC,
12 VDC, or 24 VDC
(up to 2 axes for 5 V
or 12 V input)
RS-422 line driver
Mountable Racks
CS1
CPU Rack C200HX/
Expansion CS1 LongMaximum
Rack
HG/HE
distance
count
Expansion
Expansion
speed
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
50 kHz
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.36
---
CS1W-CT021
4 unit
numbers’
words
500 kHz
UC, N, L,
CE
50 kHz
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.45
---
CS1W-CT041
500 kHz
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
35
■ Customizable Counter Units
Mountable Racks
Unit type
Product name
Customizable
Counter Units
CS1
Special
I/O Units
CS1
CPU Rack C200HX/
Expansion CS1 LongHG/HE
Rack
distance
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
Specifications
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Two-axis pulse input
Two-axis pulse output
12 DC inputs
8 transistor outputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Single-axis pulse input
1 analog input
2 analog outputs
12 DC inputs
8 transistor outputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Two-axis pulse input
2 analog outputs
12 DC inputs
8 transistor outputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.75
0.15
CS1W-HCA22-V1
12 DC inputs
8 transistor outputs
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
0.60
---
CS1W-HIO01-V1
1 unit
number’s
words
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
0.80
---
CS1W-HCP22-V1
0.75
0.15
CS1W-HCA12-V1
U, C, CE
■ Position Control Units
Mountable Racks
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongCPU Rack C200HX/
Rack
HG/HE
distance
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
Number
I/O Rack
Rack
of axes @@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
Specifications
Unit type
Product name
Control output
interface
Pulse-train,
Position Control open-collector
outputs
Units
Pulse-train, linedriver outputs
1 axis
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
2 axes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
4 axes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
1 axis
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
2 axes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
4 axes
Relay Unit for
Servo
SYSMAC No. of unit
numbers
BUS
allocated
Slave
Rack
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
1 unit
number’s
words
2 unit
numbers’
words
1 unit
number’s
words
2 unit
numbers’
words
Current
consumption
(A)
0.25
---
CS1W-NC113
0.25
---
CS1W-NC213
0.36
---
CS1W-NC413
0.25
---
CS1W-NC133
0.25
---
CS1W-NC233
0.36
---
CS1W-NC433
For use with the [email protected] Number of axes supported: 1
XW2B-20J6-1B
For use with the [email protected]/
Number of axes supported: 2
[email protected]
XW2B-40J6-2B
For use with the
CS1W-NC113
CS1
Special
I/O Units
Connectable Servo Drive:
G5 Series, G Series, W Series *,
or SMARTSTEP 2
Number of axes
supported: 1
Connectable Servo Drive:
SMARTSTEP Junior or A Series
Open-collector
output
For use with the
CS1W-NC213/
NC413
Servo Relay Unit
Connecting
Cable (Position
Control Unit end)
For use with the
CS1W-NC133
Connectable Servo Drive:
G5 Series, G Series, W Series *,
or SMARTSTEP 2
Number of axes
supported: 2
Connectable Servo Drive:
SMARTSTEP Junior or A Series
Connectable Servo Drive:
G5 Series, G Series, W Series *,
or SMARTSTEP 2
Number of axes
supported: 1
Connectable Servo Drive:
SMARTSTEP Junior or A Series
Line-driver
outputs
Connectable Servo Drive:
G5 Series, G Series, W Series *,
or SMARTSTEP 2
For use with the
CS1W-NC233/
NC433
Connectable Servo Drive:
SMARTSTEP Junior or A Series
* W-series is the discontinuation model in March 2013.
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
Number of axes
supported: 2
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
For use with the [email protected]@3 Number of axes supported: 2, with communications support
36
Model
U, C, N, L,
CE
XW2B-40J6-4A
Cable length: 0.5 m
XW2Z-050J-A6
Cable length: 1 m
XW2Z-100J-A6
Cable length: 0.5 m
XW2Z-050J-A8
Cable length: 1 m
XW2Z-100J-A8
Cable length: 0.5 m
XW2Z-050J-A7
Cable length: 1 m
XW2Z-100J-A7
Cable length: 0.5 m
XW2Z-050J-A9
Cable length: 1 m
XW2Z-100J-A9
Cable length: 0.5 m
XW2Z-050J-A10
Cable length: 1 m
XW2Z-100J-A10
Cable length: 0.5 m
XW2Z-050J-A12
Cable length: 1 m
XW2Z-100J-A12
Cable length: 0.5 m
XW2Z-050J-A11
Cable length: 1 m
XW2Z-100J-A11
Cable length: 0.5 m
XW2Z-050J-A13
Cable length: 1 m
XW2Z-100J-A13
---
■ Position Control Unit with MECHATROLINK-II interface
Mountable Racks
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongCPU Rack C200HX/
Rack
HG/HE
distance
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Number CS1W-BC I/O Rack
Rack
of axes @@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
Specifications
Unit
type
Product name
Control output
interface
Position Control
Unit with
MECHATROLINK-II
interface
Control commands
are sent using
2 axes
MECHATROLINK-II
communications.
Direct operation
from ladder
4 axes
program.
Control modes:
Position control,
speed control,
16 axes
and torque
control
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
CS1W-NC271
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
1 unit
number’s
words
0.36
---
CS1W-NC471
UC1, CE
CS1W-NCF71
CS1 CPU
Bus Unit
MECHATROLINK-II To connect MECHATROLINK-II compliant devices (Made by Yaskawa Corporation)
Cables
The model numbers at the right are used to order from OMRON.
Cable length: 0.5 m
FNY-W6003-A5
Cable length: 1 m
FNY-W6003-01
Cable length: 3 m
FNY-W6003-03
Cable length: 5 m
FNY-W6003-05
Cable length: 10 m
FNY-W6003-10
Cable length: 20 m
FNY-W6003-20
Cable length: 30 m
FNY-W6003-30
MECHATROLINK-II Terminating resistance for MECHATROLINK-II (Made by Yaskawa Corporation)
Terminator
The model number at the right is used to order from OMRON.
FNY-W6022
MECHATROLINK-II
Communications repeater.
Repeater
FNY-REP2000
---
■ Motion Control Units
Mountable Racks
Specifications
Unit
type
Product name
CPU Rack
Control output Number CS1W-BC
interface
of axes @@3 @@2
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
CS1
Expansion CS1 Longdistance
Rack
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Rack
@@3 @@2
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Motion Control Unit
(G-language
programming)
4 axes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Current
consumption
(A)
5V
system
26 V
system
5 unit
numbers’
words
0.70
(1.00 A
when a
Teaching
Box is
connected)
---
3 unit
numbers’
words
0.60
(0.80 A
when a
Teaching
Box is
connected)
Model
CS1W-MC421-V1
Analog outputs
U, C, CE
2 axes
CS1
Special
I/O
Units
Teaching Box
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
---
---
Teaching Box
Connecting Cable
---
---
ROM Cassette
---
---
MC Terminal Block For 2 axes
Conversion Unit * For 4 axes
MC Terminal Block
Conversion Unit
Cable
Standards
---
Yes
Yes
No
--Cable length: 2 m
---
CS1W-MC221-V1
CVM1-PRO01-V1 CE
CV500-CN224
L, CE
CVM1-MP702-V1 CE
---
---
XW2B-20J6-6
XW2B-40J6-7
---
---
---
Cable length: 1 m
XW2Z-100J-F1
* Simplifies I/O connector wiring.
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
37
■ Serial Communications Boards/Serial Communications Units
Mountable Racks
Unit
type
Product name
Specifications
CPU Rack
CS1W-BC
@@3 @@2
CS1
Inner
Board
*3.
*4.
*5.
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongRack
distance
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Rack
@@3 @@2
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
The following
communications
protocols can be
selected for each
port: protocol
macro, host link,
NT Link (1:N
mode), serial
gateway (*1), no
protocol (* 2), or
Modbus-RTU
Slave (*3).
Two
RS-422A/
485 ports
*4
Yes
Yes
*4
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
*5
0.28
One
RS-232C
port and one
RS-422A/
485 port
Serial
Two
Communications
RS-232C
Unit
ports
CS1
CPU
Bus
Unit
*1.
*2.
Serial
Two
Communications RS-232C
Board
ports
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
---
CS1W-SCB21-V1
*5
0.36
---
CS1W-SCB41-V1 U, C, N, L,
CE
*5
0.29
---
CS1W-SCU21-V1
0.40
---
CS1W-SCU31-V1
---
No
1 unit
number’s
words
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
UC1, N, L,
CE
The serial gateway function is supported by Serial Communications Boards and Units with unit version 1.2 or later only.
The Serial Communications Unit’s no-protocol function is supported by Serial Communications Units with unit version 1.2 or later only. In addition the CPU Unit
must be unit version 3.0 or later.
The Modbus-RTU Slave function is supported by Serial Communications Boards and Units with unit version 1.3 or later only.
One Board can be mounted in the Inner Board slot of the CPU Unit.
NT-AL001 Link Adapters consume an additional 0.15 A each when used.
■ EtherNet/IP Unit
Specifications
Unit
type
Product
Communications
name
cable
Mountable Racks
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongC200HX/
Rack
HG/HE
distance
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
CPU Rack
Communications
functions
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
EtherNet/
IP Unit
CS1
CPU
Bus
Unit
STP (shielded
twisted-pair)
Tag data link
cable of category message service
5, 5e, or higher.
*
Yes
*
Yes
No
*
Yes
*
Yes
*
Yes
No
1 unit
number’s
words
0.41
---
CS1W-EIP21
UC1, N,
L, CE
* Up to eight CS1W-EIP21 EtherNet/IP Units can be mounted to the CS1 CPU Backplane ([email protected]@@) and CS1 Expansion Backplanes ([email protected]@@) of one
PLC.
■ EtherNet Unit
Mountable Racks
Unit
type
Product
name
EtherNet
Unit
CS1
CPU
Bus
Unit
ETN21
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongC200HX/
Rack
HG/HE
distance
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
CPU Rack
Specifications
FINS communications
service (TCP/IP and
UDP/IP), FTP server
function, socket service,
100BASE-TX mail send service, mail
Cable
reception (remote
command reception),
auto-adjustment of PLC’s
internal clock, and server
host name specification
*
Yes
*
Yes
No
*
Yes
*
Yes
*
Yes
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
No
1 unit
number’s
words
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
0.38
---
CS1W-ETN21
UC1, N, L,
CE
* Up to four CS1W-ETN21 Ethernet Units can be mounted to the CS1 CPU Backplane ([email protected]@@) and CS1 Expansion Backplanes ([email protected]@@) of one PLC.
38
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
● Industrial Switching Hubs
Specifications
Product name
Appearance
Functions
No. of
pors
Failure
detection
3
No
Quality of Service (QoS):
EtherNet/IP control data priority
Failure detection:
Broadcast storm and LSI error detection
10/100BASE-TX, Auto-Negotiation
Industrial
Switching Hubs
5
No
5
Yes
Accessories
Current
Consumption
(A)
0.08
• Power supply
connector
Model
Standards
W4S1-03B
UC, CE
• Power supply
connector
• Connector for
informing error
0.12
W4S1-05B
0.12
W4S1-05C
CE
■ Controller Link Units
Mountable Racks
Unit
type
CPU Rack
Product name
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
Specifications
CS1W-BC
Wired shielded
twisted-pair cable *1
Controller Link Optical ring H-PCF
Unit
cable *2
CS1
CPU
Bus
Unit
Optical ring GI
cable *3
Controller
Wired shielded twisted-pair
Link Support cable *1
Board
H-PCF optical model
GI optical model
@@3
@@2
*4
Yes
*4
Yes
*4
Yes
*4
Yes
CS1
Expansion
Rack
CS1W-BI
CS1 Longdistance
Expansion
Rack
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
@@3
@@2
No
*4
Yes
*4
Yes
Yes
No
*4
Yes
No
*4
Yes
*4
Yes
Yes
No
*4
Yes
No
*4
Yes
*4
Yes
Yes
No
1 unit
number’s
words
Current
consumption
(A)
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
0.33
---
CS1W-CLK23
0.52
---
CS1W-CLK13
0.65
---
CS1W-CLK53
• CD-ROM × 1 *5
• Installation Guide (W467) × 1
• Communications Connector × 1
•
•
•
•
Model
UC1, N, L,
CE
3G8F7-CLK23-E
---
CD-ROM × 1 *5
Installation Guide (W467) × 1
Optical Fiber Cable Bracket × 1
Power Supply Connector × 1
3G8F7-CLK13-E CE
3G8F7-CLK53-E
● Controller Link Options
Product name
Specifications
Relay Terminal Block for
Wired Controller Link Unit
Use for Wired Controller Link Units (set of 5).
Controller Link Repeater
Unit
Wire-to-Wire Model
CS1W-RPT01
PWR
T/R1
T/R2
Wire-to-Optical (H-PCF) Model *2
These products are not mounted to the
PLC. (They are installed individually on
DIN Rail or with screws.)
Model
Standards
CJ1W-TB101
---
CS1W-RPT01
CS1W-RPT02
UC1, CE
SL1
TER SW
SW1
1 BAUD
2 RATE
ON
TER SW
SL2
DC24V
INPUT
*1.
*2.
*3.
*4.
*5.
Wire-to-Optical (GI) Model *3
CS1W-RPT03
Use the following special cable for shielded, twisted-pair cable.
• ESVC0.5 × 2C-13262 (Bando Electric Wire: Japanese Company)
• ESNC0.5 × 2C-99-087B (Nihon Electric Wire & Cable Corporation: Japanese Company)
• ESPC 1P × 0.5 mm2 (Nagaoka Electric Wire Co., Ltd.: Japanese Company)
• Li2Y-FCY2 × 0.56qmm (Kromberg & Schubert, Komtec Department: German Company)
• 1 × 2 × AWG-20PE+Tr.CUSN+PVC (Draka Cables Industrial: Spanish Company)
• #9207 (Belden: US Company)
When using wire-to-optical (H-PCF) cable, use a H-PCF cable (for both Controller Link and SYSMAC LINK) or a H-PCF optical fiber cable with connector.
When using wire-to-optical (GI) cable, use a GI optical cable (for Controller Link).
• Up to four Pre-Ver. 1.2 Controller Link Units (both CS1W-CLK21-V1 Wired Units and [email protected] Optical Units combined) can be mounted to the CS1
CPU Backplane ([email protected]@@) and CS1 Expansion Backplanes ([email protected]@@) of one PLC.
• Up to eight Controller Link Units with unit version 1.2 or later (both CS1W-CLK21-V1 Wired Units and [email protected] Optical Units combined) can be
mounted to the CS1 CPU Backplane ([email protected]@@) and CS1 Expansion Backplanes ([email protected]@@) of one PLC.
The CD-ROM contains the following software.
• Controller Link (PCI) Driver
• FinsGateway Version 2003 (PCI-CLK Edition)
• FinsGateway Version 3 (PCI-CLK Edition)
• Setup Diagnostic Utility
• C Library
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
39
● H-PCF Cables (For Controller Link and SYSMAC LINK)
Product name
Application and construction
Specifications
Black
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Optical Fiber Cable
Optical
Connectors
(Crimp-cut)
*1.
*2.
40
Controller Link
SYSMAC LINK
SYSBUS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Optical fiber single-core cord
Tension member (plastic-sheathed wire)
Filler (plastic)
Filler surrounding signal wires (plastic,
yarn, or fiber)
5. Holding tape (plastic)
6. Heat-resistant PV sheath
Two-core
optical cable
with tension
member
Model
10 m
S3200-HCCB101
Black
50 m
S3200-HCCB501
Black
100 m
S3200-HCCB102
Black
500 m
S3200-HCCB502
Black
1,000 m
S3200-HCCB103
Orange
10 m
S3200-HCCO101
Orange
50 m
S3200-HCCO501
Orange
100 m
S3200-HCCO102
Orange
500 m
S3200-HCCO502
Orange
1,000 m
S3200-HCCO103
Standards
---
Controller Link: CS1W-CLK13
CS1W-CLK12-V1 *1
3G8F7-CLK13-E
3G8F7-CLK12-EV1 *1
CS1W-RPT02
SYSMAC LINK:CS1W-SLK11
3G8F7-SLK11-E
C200HW-SLK13/14
Half-lock
S3200-COCF2571
Controller Link: CS1W-CLK13
CS1W-CLK12-V1 *1
3G8F7-CLK13-E
3G8F7-CLK12-EV1 *1
CS1W-RPT02
SYSMAC LINK:3G8F7-SLK11-E
Full-lock
S3200-COCF2071 *2
Discontinuation models in July 2012.
Full-lock Optical Connectors (Crimp-cut) (S3200-COCF2071) cannot be used with the CS1W-SLK11. Use a Half-lock Cable (S3200-COCF2571) or a H-PCF
Optical Fiber Cable with Connectors ([email protected]@@[email protected]@[email protected]@).
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
● H-PCF Optical Fiber Cables with Connectors (Black Composite Cables with Two-Optical Lines and Two Power Supply
Lines)
Applicable
Appearance
Model
Standards
[email protected]@@-20-20
Controller Link
SYSMAC LINK
[email protected]@@-20-25
---
[email protected]@@-25-25
Note: Optical connectors for H-PCF Optical Cables with Connectors are adhesive polished.
• Cable Length
• Optical Connector Assembly Tool
The following cable lengths are available: 2 m, 5 m, 15 m, and
20 m. For lengths of 21 m or more, contact your OMRON sales
representative.
• Model Numbers
(1) 2 m, 5 m, 10 m, 15 m, 20 m
(2) 21 m or longer
(e.g.) [email protected]@@-20-25
(1)
(1 ) H-PCF
Optical Fiber Cable
(2)
(e.g.) S3200-CN-20-20
(3)
(1)
( 2) Cable length
@@@
Length
201
2m
501
5m
102
10m
152
15m
202
20m
(3) Specify the
cable length
in meters
(3) Connectors (both ends)
No.
Product
name
Applicable Units
This tool is used on site
for mounting crimp-cut
connectors and hard
Optical
plastic-clad silica optical
Fiber
fiber for optical
Assembly
transmission systems of
Tool *
C-series SYSBUS,
SYSMAC LINK, and
Controller Link.
Model
Maker
Standards
CAK-0057
Sumitomo
Electric
Industries,
Ltd.
---
* There is a risk of quality problems when using cables assembled by typical
users, so we recommend purchasing cables with pre-attached connectors
or having a qualified technician assemble the cables.
Connector lock
20
Full-lock
25
Half-lock
Cable length
● GI Optical Cables
A qualified technician must select, assemble, and install GI
Optical Fiber Cable, so always let an optical cable specialist
handle the GI cable.
Usable Optical Fiber Cables and Optical Connectors
• Optical fiber types: Graded, indexed, multi-mode, all quartz
glass, fiber (GI-type AGF cable)
• Optical fiber construction (core diameter/clad diameter):
62.5/125 µm or 50/125 µm
• Optical fiber optical characteristics of optical fiber: Refer to the
tables.
• Optical connectors: ST connectors (IEC-874-10)
• 50/125 µm AGF Cables
Items
Minimum Typical
Numerical
Aperture (N.A)
---
0.21
Transmission
loss (dB)
---
---
Connection
loss (dB)
Transmission
band width
(MHz·km)
---
---
500
---
Maximum
Remarks
---
---
3.0Lf
0.5 km ≤ Lf
3.0 Lf + 0.2
0.2 km ≤ Lf ≤ 0.5 km
3.0 Lf + 0.4
Lf ≤ 0.2 km
1.0
λ = 0.8 µm, one location
---
λ = 0.8 µm,
Ta = 25°C
λ = 0.85 µm (LD)
Lf is Fiber length in km, Ta is ambient temperature, and λ is the peak
wavelength of the test light source.
• 62.5/125 µm AGF Cables
Items
Minimum Typical
Numerical
Aperture (N.A)
---
0.28
Transmission
loss (dB)
---
---
Connection
loss (dB)
Transmission
band width
(MHz·km)
---
---
200
---
Maximum
Remarks
---
---
3.5Lf
0.5 km ≤ Lf
3.5Lf + 0.2
0.2 km ≤ Lf ≤ 0.5 km
3.5Lf + 0.4
Lf ≤ 0.2 km
1.0
λ = 0.8 µm, one location
---
λ = 0.8 µm,
Ta = 25°C
λ = 0.85 µm (LD)
Lf is Fiber length in km, Ta is ambient temperature, and λ is the peak
wavelength of the test light source.
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
41
■ SYSMAC LINK Units
Mountable Racks
Unit
type
Product name
SYSMAC LINK
Unit
Specifications
Coaxial
(5C-2V cable)
Optical
(H-PCF cable) *2
SYSMAC LINK
Support Board
CS1
CPU
Bus
Unit
Data link and
message
communications functions
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongCPU Rack C200HX/
Rack
HG/HE
distance
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
*1
Yes
*1
Yes
*1
Yes
*1
Yes
No
*1
Yes
*1
Yes
No
*1
Yes
*1
Yes
*1
Yes
*1
Yes
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
No
Current
consumption
(A)
No
0.48
---
CS1W-SLK21
U, C, CE
0.47
---
CS1W-SLK11
U, C, N,
CE
Coaxial
3G8F7-SLK21-E
---
CE
Optical (H-PCF cable) *2
F Adapter
Cover
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
1 unit
number’s
words
The [email protected]@ SYSMAC LINK Support Board includes the
FinsGateway communications middleware version 3.
F Adapter
Model
3G8F7-SLK11-E
-----
C1000H-CE001
One Adapter is included with each Coaxial-cable SYSMAC LINK
Unit/Board.
---
A Terminator must be installed at each node on the ends of the
network.
---
N
C1000H-COV01
---
Terminator
---
*1.
*2.
C1000H-TER01
N
Up to four CS1W-SLK11/21 SYSMAC LINK Units can be mounted to the CPU Backplane and Expansion Backplanes of one PLC.
When using wired optical (H-PCF) communications, use the H-PCF Cable or H-PCF Cable with pre-attached connectors.
■ FL-net Units
Mountable Racks
Unit
type
Product name
Specifications
CPU Rack
CS1W-BC
@@3 @@2
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
CS1
Expansion CS1 Longdistance
Rack
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Rack
@@3 @@2
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
FL-net Unit
CS1
CPU
Bus
Unit
FL-net (OPCN-2) Ver. 2
specifications
100BASE-TX Cable
*
Yes
*
Yes
No
*
Yes
*
Yes
*
Yes
No
1 unit
number’s
words
0.38
---
CS1W-FLN22
UC1, CE
* Up to four CS1W-FLN22 FL-net Units can be mounted to the CS1 CPU Backplane ([email protected]@@) and CS1 Expansion Backplanes ([email protected]@@) of one PLC.
42
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
■ DeviceNet Unit
Mountable Racks
Unit
type
Product
name
Communications
functions
Specifications
CPU Rack
CS1W-BC
@@3 @@2
DeviceNet
Unit
CS1
CPU
Bus
Unit
• Remote I/O
Master
communications
(Fixed or user-set
allocation)
• Remote I/O Slave
communications
(Fixed or user-set
allocation)
• Message
communications
Functions as
master and/or
slave; allows
control of
32,000 points
max. per
master.
Yes
Yes
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
No
CS1
Expansion CS1 Longdistance
Rack
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Rack
@@3 @@2
Yes
Yes
Yes
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
CS1W-DRM21-V1
UC1, N, L,
CE
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
No
1 unit
number’s
words
0.29
---
Maximum number of Units: 16 if Configurator is used
■ CompoNet Master Unit
Specifications
Unit
type
Product
name
CompoNet
Master Unit
CS1
Special
I/O Unit
Mountable Racks
Maximum
number of I/O
points per
Master
Communications
functions
Word Slave
Units:
1,024 inputs
and 1,024
outputs
• Remote I/O
(2,048 I/O
communications
points total)
• Message
Bit Slave Units:
communications
256 inputs
and 256
outputs (512
I/O points
total)
CPU Rack
CS1W-BC
@@3 @@2
Yes
Yes
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
No
CS1
Expansion CS1 Longdistance
Rack
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Rack
@@3 @@2
Yes
Yes
Yes
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
No
1, 2, 4, or
8 unit
numbers’
words
(variable)
Current
consumption
(A)
5V
26 V
system system
0.40
---
CS1W-CRM21
U, U1, L,
N, CE
■ CompoBus/S Master Unit
Specifications
Unit
type
CS1
Special
I/O Unit
Product
name
Mountable Racks
Maximum
number of I/O
points per
Master
Communications
functions
CompoBus/
S Master
Unit
CPU Rack
CS1W-BC
@@3 @@2
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
CS1
Expansion CS1 Longdistance
Rack
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Rack
@@3 @@2
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
256 max.
(128 inputs and
128 outputs)
Remote I/O
communications
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
2 unit
numbers’
words
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
128 max.
(64 inputs and
64 outputs)
0.15
---
CS1W-SRM21
UC, CE
1 unit
number’s
words
■ ID Sensor Units
Mountable Racks
Unit
type
Product
name
Connecting
ID System
Number
of RW
Heads
External
power
supply
CPU Rack
CS1W-BC
@@3 @@2
ID Sensor
Units
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongRack
distance
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Rack
@@3 @@2
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
*
Not
required
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
1 unit
number’s
words
0.26
0.13
CS1W-V680C11
2
24 VDC
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
2 unit
numbers’
words
0.32
---
CS1W-V680C12
1
Not
required
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
1 unit
number’s
words
0.26
0.12
CS1W-V600C11
2
24 VDC
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
2 unit
numbers’
words
0.32
---
CS1W-V600C12
V600-series
RFID system
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
1
V680-series
RFID system
CS1
Special
I/O Unit
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
UC, CE
* The current consumption is 0.28 A when connected to the V680-H01. For details, refer to the V680 Series RFID System Catalog (Cat. No. Q151).
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
43
■ GP-IB Interface Unit
Mountable Racks
Unit type
Product name
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongCPU Rack C200HX/
Rack
HG/HE
distance
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
Specifications
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
GP-IB
Interface Unit
CS1
Special
I/O Unit
*
Yes
Master or slave mode
provided.
*
Yes
*
Yes
No
*
Yes
Yes
No
1 unit
number’s
words
0.33
---
CS1W-GPI01
UC, CE
* Up to four GP-IP Interface Units can be mounted to the CS1 CPU Backplane ([email protected]@@) and CS1 Expansion Backplanes ([email protected]@@) of one PLC.
■ SPU Unit (High-speed Data Storage Unit)
Mountable Racks
Specifications
Unit
type
CPU Rack
Product name
PC Card slot
SPU Unit
(High-speed
Data Storage
Unit)
CS1
CPU
Bus Unit
1 PC Card Type II
slot Insert an
OMRON
[email protected]@@ to
use the Memory
Card.
Ethernet
LAN port
CS1W-BC
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
@@3 @@2
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongRack
distance
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Rack
@@3 @@2
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
1 port
(10/100
BASE-TX)
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
---
CS1W-SPU01-V2
1 unit
number’s
words
2 ports
(10/100
BASE-TX)
UC1, CE
0.70
---
CS1W-SPU02-V2
Functions: Setting the
High-speed Data Storage Unit's
unit settings, sampling settings,
etc. (The software is required to
make the High-speed Data
Storage Unit's settings.)
OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8
---
SPU Unit
SPU Data
Management
Middleware
Functions: Automatically
uploads collected data files from
the SPU Unit to the computer,
and can also register the data in
a database.
OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8
---
Flash memory:
128 MB
---
---
HMC-EF183
---
---
HMC-EF283
---
---
HMC-EF583
---
---
HMC-AP001
Flash memory:
256 MB
Flash memory:
512 MB
Note:
A memory
Card is
required to
collect
data.
Memory Card Adapter
(for a computer’s PCMCIA slot)
---
CS1G/H
WS02-SPTC1-V2
1 license
WS02-EDMC1-V2
5 licenses
WS02-EDMC1V2L05
---
---
* SPU-Console version lower than version 2.0 cannot be connected to SPU Units with unit version 2.0 or later.
Programmable Controllers
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
0.56
Yes
Model
SPUConsole
Support
Software *
Memory
Cards
44
Current
consumption
(A)
---
CE
C200H Special I/O Units
■ High-density Input Units (Special I/O Units)
These Units function mainly like I/O Units, but are classified as Special I/O Units.
Mountable Racks
CPU Rack
Unit type
Product name
Specifications
CS1W-BC
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
CS1
Expansion
Rack
CS1 Longdistance
Expansion
Rack
CS1W-BI
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
@@3
@@2
@@3
@@2
DC Input Unit
24 VDC
32 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.13
---
C200H-ID215
TTL Input Unit
5 VDC
32 inputs
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.13
---
C200H-ID501
24 VDC
32 outputs Sinking
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.22
---
C200H-OD215
5 VDC
32 inputs Sinking
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.22
---
U, C, N, L,
C200H-OD501 CE
TTL I/O Unit
5 VDC
16 inputs/outputs Sinking
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.18
---
C200H-MD501
DC Input/
Transistor
Output Units
24 VDC
16 inputs/outputs Sinking
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.18
---
C200H-MD215
DC Input/
Transistor
Output Units
12 VDC
16 inputs/outputs Sinking
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.18
---
C200H-MD115 U, C, N, L
Model
Standards
Transistor
C200H Special Output Units
I/O Units
TTL Output
Units
1 unit
number’s
words
● Connectors for High-density I/O Units Classified as Special I/O Units
Product name
Applicable Connectors
Connection
Part name
Soldered
FCN-361J024-AU Connector
FCN-360C024-J2 Connector cover
C500-CE241
(Provided with the Unit.)
Crimped
FCN-363J024
Socket
FCN-363J-AU
Contact
FCN-360C024-J2 Connector cover
C500-CE242
Pressure welded
FCN-367J024-AU/F
C500-CE243
---
■ Temperature Sensor Units
Specifications
Unit
type
Signal
Product
range
I/O
name
points selection
4
4
cominputs
mon
C200H
Special
I/O Unit
Tempera4
ture
4
comSensor
inputs
mon
Units
4
4
cominputs
mon
4
4
cominputs
mon
Signal
range
Mountable Racks
Conver- External
sion
connecspeed
tion
CPU Rack
CS1W-BC
@@3 @@2
Thermocouple
K, J
Thermocouple
4.8 s
K, L
max.
(when 4
Thermome- inputs
are used
ter
JPt100 per Unit)
Thermometer
Pt100
Removable
terminal
block
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
CS1
Expansion CS1 Longdistance
Rack
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Rack
@@3 @@2
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 unit
number’s
words
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
0.45
---
C200H-TS001
0.45
---
C200H-TS002
0.45
---
C200H-TS101
0.45
---
C200H-TS102
U, C
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
45
■ Analog Input Units
Specifications
Unit
type
SigProduct
nal
I/O
name
range
points
selection
Analog
Input
Units
C200H
Special
I/O Unit
8
8
cominputs
mon
Signal
range
Mountable Racks
CS1
C200HX/
Expansion CS1 LongConver- External CPU Rack
HG/HE
distance
ResoRack
sion connecExpansion
Expansion
lution
speed
tion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
1 to 5 V,
4 to 20 mA,
1 ms/
1/4000
0 to 10 V,
input
-10 to 10 V
Removable
termi- Yes
nal
block
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Current
No. of
consumption
SYSMAC unit
(A)
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
5V
26 V
Rack
system system
Yes
1 unit
number’s
words
0.10
0.10
Model
Standards
C200H-AD003
U, C, N, L,
CE
Model
Standards
■ Analog Output Units
Specifications
Unit
type
C200H
Special
I/O Unit
Product
name
I/O
points
Signal
range
selection
Signal
range
Mountable Racks
CS1
CPU Rack C200HX/
Expansion CS1 LongConver- External
Rack
ResoluHG/HE
distance
sion connection
Expansion
Expansion
speed
tion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
Analog
8
1 to 5 V,
Output
8
1 ms/
inde0 to 10 V,
1/4000
Units
outputs
output
pendent -10 to 10 V
8
8
inde4 to 20 mA
outputs
pendent
1/4000
1 ms/
output
Remov
able
terminal
block
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Yes
Current
consumption
(A)
5V
26 V
system system
0.10
0.20
C200H-DA003
1 unit
number’s
words
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
U, C, N, L,
CE
0.10
0.25
C200H-DA004
■ Analog I/O Units
Specifications
Unit
type
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongCPU Rack C200HX/
Product
Signal
Conver- External
Rack
I/O
ResoluHG/HE
distance
name
range Signal range
sion connecpoints
tion
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
selection
speed
tion
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
Analog
I/O
Units
C200H
Special
I/O Unit
46
Mountable Racks
2
inputs
1 to 5 V,
2 inde- 0 to 10 V,
1 ms/
1/4000
pendent -10 to 10 V,
input
4 to 20 mA
1 to 5 V,
2
2 inde- 0 to 10 V,
1 ms/
1/4000
outputs pendent -10 to 10 V,
output
4 to 20 mA
Programmable Controllers
Removable
terminal
block
Yes
No
CS1G/H
Yes
Yes
No
No
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Yes
1 unit
number’s
words
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
C200H-MAD01
U, C, N, L,
CE
5V
26 V
system system
0.10
0.20
■ Temperature Control Units
Specifications
Unit
type
Product name No. of
loops
Temperature
Control Units
C200H
Special
I/O Unit
Data
Setting
Console
Mountable Racks
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongCPU Rack C200HX/
Rack
Temperature
HG/HE
distance
Control output
sensor inputs
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
5V
26 V
system system
Thermocouples Open-collector
2 loops (R, S, K, J, T, E, NPN outputs
B, N, L, or U)
(pulses)
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.33
---
C200H-TC001
Thermocouples Voltage
2 loops (R, S, K, J, T, E, outputs
B, N, L, or U)
(pulses)
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.33
---
C200H-TC002
Thermocouples Current
2 loops (R, S, K, J, T, E, outputs
B, N, L, or U)
(linear)
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.33
---
C200H-TC003
2 loops
Platinum
resistance
thermometers
(JPt00, Pt100)
ON/OFF
transistor
outputs
(pulses)
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.33
---
C200H-TC101
2 loops
Platinum
resistance
thermometers
(JPt00, Pt100)
ON/OFF
voltage
outputs
(pulses)
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.33
---
C200H-TC102
2 loops
Platinum
resistance
thermometers
(JPt00, Pt100)
ON/OFF
current
outputs
(linear)
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.33
---
C200H-TC103
Monitoring, setting, and changing
present values, set points, alarm values,
PID parameters, bank numbers, etc.
Connecting Cable length: 2 m
Cables
Cable length: 4 m
1 unit
number’s
words
Standards
U, C, CE
---
C200H-DSC01 U, C
---
C200H-CN225
---
C200H-CN425
N
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
47
■ Heat/Cool Temperature Control Units
Specifications
Unit
type
Product name No. of
loops
Heat/Cool
Temperature
Control Units
C200H
Special
I/O Unit
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongCPU Rack C200HX/
Rack
HG/HE
distance
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
Control
output
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.33
---
C200H-TV001
Heating
output:
Voltage output
Thermocouples (pulses),
2 loops (R, S, K, J, T, E, Cooling
B, N, L, or U)
output:
Open-collector
NPN outputs
(pulses)
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.33
---
C200H-TV002
Heating
output:
Current output
Thermocouples (linear),
2 loops (R, S, K, J, T, E, Cooling
B, N, L, or U)
output:
Open-collector
NPN outputs
(pulses)
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.33
---
C200H-TV003
1 unit
number’s
words
U, C, CE
Platinum
resistance
2 loops
thermometers
(JPt00, Pt100)
Heating/
cooling
outputs:
Open-collector
NPN outputs
(pulses)
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.33
---
C200H-TV101
Platinum
resistance
thermometers
(JPt00, Pt100)
Heating
output:
Voltage output
(pulses),
Cooling
output:
Open-collector
NPN outputs
(pulses)
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.33
---
C200H-TV102
Platinum
resistance
thermometers
(JPt00, Pt100)
Heating
output:
Current output
(linear),
Cooling
output:
Open-collector
NPN outputs
(pulses)
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
0.33
---
C200H-TV103
Monitoring, setting, and changing
present values, set points, alarm values,
PID parameters, bank numbers, etc.
Connecting Cable length: 2 m
Cables
Cable length: 4 m
Programmable Controllers
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
Yes
2 loops
48
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Heating/
cooling
Thermocouples
outputs:
2 loops (R, S, K, J, T, E,
Open-collector
B, N, L, or U)
NPN outputs
(pulses)
2 loops
Data
Setting
Console
Temperature
sensor inputs
Mountable Racks
---
C200H-DSC01 U, C
---
C200H-CN225
---
C200H-CN425
N
CS1G/H
■ PID Control Units
Specifications
Unit
type
Product name No. of
loops
PID Control
Units
C200H
Special
I/O Unit
Data
Setting
Console
Temperature
sensor input
Mountable Racks
Control
output
CS1
CPU Rack C200HX/
Expansion CS1 LongRack
HG/HE
distance
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Voltage input/
current input
2 loops (any of 4 to 20 mA,
1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V,
or 0 to 10 V)
Opencollector
NPN
outputs
(pulses)
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Voltage input/
current input
2 loops (4 to 20 mA,
1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V,
or 0 to 10 V)
Voltage
outputs
(pulses)
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Voltage input/
current input
2 loops (4 to 20 mA,
1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V,
or 0 to 10 V)
Current
outputs
(linear)
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Monitoring, setting, and changing present
values, set points, alarm values, PID
parameters, bank numbers, etc.
1 unit
number’s
words
Current
consumption
(A)
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
0.33
---
C200H-PID01
0.33
---
C200H-PID02
0.33
---
C200H-PID03
C200HDSC01
---
Connecting Cable length: 2 m
Cables
Cable length: 4 m
Model
---
C200H-CN225
---
C200H-CN425
U, C, CE
U, C
N
■ High-speed Counter Units
Specifications
Unit
type
Mountable Racks
CS1
CPU Rack C200HX/
Expansion CS1 LongProduct name Number Encoder A and Maximum
Rack
HG/HE
distance
of
B input, pulse counting
Expansion
Expansion
counters input, Z signal
speed
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
High-speed
Counter Units
C200H
Special
I/O Unit
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
1
Voltage input:
5, 12, or 24 VDC
50 kHz
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1
RS-422 line
driver
75 kHz
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Voltage input:
12 or 24 VDC
50 kHz
RS-422 line
driver
75 kHz
1 unit
number’s
words
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
0.30
---
C200H-CT001-V1
0.30
---
C200H-CT002
U, C, CE
2
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 unit
number’s
words
0.40
---
C200H-CT021
■ Cam Positioner Unit
Mountable Racks
Unit
type
Product name
Specifications
CPU Rack
CS1W-BC
Cam
Positioner
Unit
C200H
Special
I/O Unit
48 cam outputs (external outputs:
16, internal outputs: 32)
Control unit: 360 division per
rotation
Resolver response speed:
800 r/min max.
Resolver response time:
200 µs (sampling frequency:
5 KHz)
@@3
@@2
Yes
No
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
Yes
CS1
Expansion
Rack
CS1W-BI
@@3
@@2
Yes
No
CS1 Longdistance
Expansion
Rack
No
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Yes
1 unit
number’s
words
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
0.30
---
C200H-CP114
U, C
Data Setting
Console
Used to set cam data and monitor
current cam angles.
Connecting
Cables
---
C200H-DSC01 U, C
---
---
Cable length: 2 m
C200H-CN225
---
---
Cable length: 4 m
C200H-CN425
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
N
49
■ Position Control Units
Mountable Racks
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongCPU Rack C200HX/
HG/HE
distance
Rack
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Control output Number CS1W-BC I/O Rack
Rack
interface
of axes @@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
Specifications
Unit
type
Product name
Position Control Units
Pulse-train,
open-collector
outputs
SYSMAC-NCT Position
Control Unit Support
Software
1 axis
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
2 axes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
4 axes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Windows 95
C200H
Special
I/O Unit
Servo Relay Unit
Connecting Cables (to
Position Control Unit)
*1.
*2.
No
Yees
2 unit
numbers’
words
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
0.30
---
C200HW-NC113
0.30
---
C200HW-NC213
0.50
---
C200HW-NC413
U, C, CE
---
WS01-NCTF1-E
---
Cable length: 2 m
CS1W-CN226
---
Cable length: 6 m
CS1W-CN626
---
Cable length: 2 m
XW2Z-200S-CV
(NCT V1.11 or later)
---
Cable length: 5 m
XW2Z-500S-CV
(NCT V1.11 or later)
---
Cable length: 2 m
XW2Z-200S *1
---
Cable length: 5 m
XW2Z-500S *1
For use with the
[email protected]
Number of applicable axes: 1
XW2B-20J6-1B
For use with the
[email protected]/
[email protected]
Number of applicable axes: 2
XW2B-40J6-2B
Opencollector
output
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
---
Connection
to RS-232C IBM PC/AT or
port on
compatible
CPU Unit
Relay Unit for Servo
No
1 unit
number’s
words
---
Connection
to
IBM PC/AT or
peripheral
compatible
port on
CPU Unit
Connecting
Cables
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Connected Servo Drive: G Series, W
For use with Series *2, U Series, or SMARTSTEP 2
the C200HWConnected Servo Drive:
NC113
SMARTSTEP Junior or A Series
Connected Servo Drive: G Series, W
Series *2, U Series, or SMARTSTEP 2
For use with
the C200HWNC213/
Connected Servo Drive:
NC413
SMARTSTEP Junior or A Series
Number of applicable
axes: 1
Number of applicable
axes: 2
Cable length: 0.5 m
XW2Z-050J-A6
Cable length: 1 m
XW2Z-100J-A6
Cable length: 0.5 m
XW2Z-050J-A8
Cable length: 1 m
XW2Z-100J-A8
Cable length: 0.5 m
XW2Z-050J-A7
Cable length: 1 m
XW2Z-100J-A7
Cable length: 0.5 m
XW2Z-050J-A9
Cable length: 1 m
XW2Z-100J-A9
---
If the computer has a D-sub 9-pin RS-232C connector, a commercially available 25 pin-to-9 pin adapter must be prepared separately.
Example: D09-9F25F from Sanwa Supply
W-series is the discontinuation model in March 2013.
■ Motion Control Units
Mountable Racks
Specifications
Unit
type
Product name
CPU Rack
Control output Number CS1W-BC
interface
of axes @@3 @@2
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongRack
distance
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Rack
@@3 @@2
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Motion Control Units
(G-language
programming)
Analog output
C200H
Special Teaching Box
I/O Unit
Teaching Box
Connecting Cable
ROM Cassette
2 axes
Yes
No
Yes
---
---
---
---
---
---
MC Terminal Block
For 2 axes
Conversion Unit
MC Terminal Block
Conversion Unit
Cable
50
Yes
---
No
No
Yes
1 unit
number’s
words
Current
consumption
(A)
5V
system
26 V
system
0.65 (0.85
A when a
Teaching
Box is
connected)
---
--Cable length: 2 m
Model
C200H-MC221
Standards
U, C, CE
CVM1-PRO01-V1 CE
CV500-CN224
L, CE
CVM1-MP702-V1 CE
---
XW2B-20J6-6
---
---
Programmable Controllers
---
CS1G/H
Cable length: 1 m
XW2Z-100J-F1
■ DeviceNet Master Unit
Mountable Racks
Unit
type
Product
name
DeviceNet
Master Unit
C200H
Special
I/O Unit
Communications
Specifications
functions
Functions as;
allows control
of 4,800
points max.
per master.
• Remote I/O
Master
communications
(Fixed or
user-set
allocation)
• Message
communications
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongCPU Rack C200HX/
HG/HE
distance
Rack
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
No
1 unit
number’s
words
No
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
C200HW-DRM21-V1
U, C, N, L,
CE
Model
Standards
C200HW-SRM21-V1
U, C, N, L,
CE
5V
26 V
system system
0.25
---
■ CompoBus/S Master Unit
Specifications
Unit
type
C200H
Special
I/O Unit
Product
name
Mountable Racks
I/O capacity
Communications
per Master
functions
Unit
CompoBus/
S Master
Unit
Remote I/O
communications
CS1
CPU Rack C200HX/
Expansion CS1 LongHG/HE
distance
Rack
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
256 max.
(128 inputs and
128 outputs)
Current
consumption
(A)
5V
26 V
system system
2 unit
numbers’
words
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
0.15
128 max.
(64 inputs and
64 outputs)
---
1 unit
number’s
words
■ ID Sensor Units
Mountable Racks
Unit
type
Product
name
No. of
Connected ID
connected
Systems
R/W heads
External
power
supply
CS1
CPU Rack C200HX/
Expansion CS1 LongHG/HE
distance
Rack
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
ID Sensor
Units
C200H
Special
I/O Unit
RFID System
V600 Series
1
Not
required
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 unit
number’s
words
0.25
Programmable Controllers
0.12
C200H-IDS01-V1 U, C
CS1G/H
51
■ ASCII Units
Mountable Racks
Unit
type
Product name
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongCPU Rack C200HX/
Rack
HG/HE
distance
Expansion
Expansion
CS1W-BC
CS1W-BI
I/O Rack
Rack
@@3 @@2
@@3 @@2
Specifications
ASCII Units
C200H
Special
I/O Unit
RS-422A Adapter
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
User memory area: 200 Kbytes
Shared memory: Provided
(general-purpose area: 90
words)
RS-232C x 2 ports
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
200 Kbytes
RAM
RS-232C x 1 port +
RS-422A/485 x 1 port
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
200 Kbytes
RAM
RS-232C x 2 ports +
RS-232C x 1 port for Terminal
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
24 Kbytes
RAM
RS-232C x 2 ports
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Converts RS-232C to RS-422A/
RS-485 format.
RS-232C/RS-422A One RS-232C port
Link Adapter
One RS-422 terminal block
1 unit
number’s
words
1 unit
number’s
words
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
0.25
---
C200H-ASC11
0.30
---
C200H-ASC21
0.30
---
C200H-ASC31
0.20
---
C200H-ASC02 N, CE
---
---
CJ1W-CIF11
---
---
NT-AL001
U, C, CE
UC, N, CE
---
■ PC Link Unit
Mountable Racks
Unit
type
CPU Rack
Product name
Specifications
CS1W-BC
C200HX/
HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Rack
@@3 @@2
CS1
Expansion CS1 LongRack
distance
Expansion
CS1W-BI
Rack
@@3 @@2
No. of
SYSMAC unit
BUS
numbers
Slave
allocated
Rack
Current
consumption
(A)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
PC Link Unit
C200H
Special
I/O Unit
52
Up to 32 PLC Link Units for 1 level,
16 PLC Link Units for multilevel
systems
Programmable Controllers
Yes
No
CS1G/H
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
1 unit
number’s
words
0.35
---
C200H-LK401
N, L, CE
Replacing C200H I/O Units
This section shows the corresponding CS1 I/O models and notes for replacing C200H I/O Units.
16-point DC Input Units
Item
Model number
Description
64-point DC Input Units
C200H I/O Unit
Corresponding
CS1 I/O Unit
C200H-ID212
CS1W-ID211
Description
Notes
C200H I/O Unit
Corresponding
CS1 I/O Unit
C200H-ID218
CS1W-ID231
32-point DC Input Units with connectors. The connectors,
the pin arrangement, and the input specifications are the
same.
Item
Model number
Description
Model number
Description
The internal 5-V current consumption increases (from
100mA to 150mA). Check that the increased current is
within the range of the power supply.
C200H I/O Unit
Corresponding
CS1 I/O Unit
C200H-ID216
CS1W-ID231
32-point DC Input Units with connectors. The connectors
and the pin arrangement are the same. The input current
increases, allowing use with a wider range of devices.
There are 2 commons instead of 1. Connect where
necessary.
Notes
C200H-ID219
CS1W-ID261
64-point DC Input Units with connectors. The connectors,
the pin arrangement, and the input specifications are the
same.
The internal 5-V current consumption increases (from
120mA to 150mA). Check that the increased current is
within the range of the power supply.
The input specifications change (e.g., the impedance
decreases and the input current increases from 4.1mA to
6mA.) Check that correct operation is possible in cases
where changes in input specifications may influence
operation.
The internal 5-V current consumption increases (from
100mA to 150mA). Check that the increased current is
within the range of the power supply.
C200H I/O Unit
Corresponding
CS1 I/O Unit
C200H-ID217
CS1W-ID261
64-point DC Input Units with connectors. The connectors
and the pin arrangement are the same. The input current
increases, allowing use with a wider range of devices.
There are 4 commons instead of 2. Connect where
necessary.
Notes
32-point DC Input Units (cntd.)
Item
Corresponding
CS1 I/O Unit
There are 4 commons instead of 2. Connect where
necessary.
There are 2 commons instead of 1. Connect where
necessary.
Notes
C200H I/O Unit
64-point DC Input Units (cntd.)
32-point DC Input Units
Model number
Description
The impedance increases (from 3kΩ to 3.3kΩ). Check that
correct operation is possible in cases where increased
impedance may influence operation.
The internal 5-V current consumption increases (from
10mA to 100mA). Check that the increased current is
within the range of the power supply.
Item
Model number
16-point DC Input Units with terminal blocks
The terminal arrangement must be changed.
Notes
Item
The input specifications change (e.g., the impedance
decreases and the input current increases from 4.1mA to
6mA.) Check that correct operation is possible in cases
where changes in input specifications may influence
operation.
The internal 5-V current consumption increases (from
100mA to 150mA). Check that the increased current is
within the range of the power supply.
16-point Sinking Transistor Output Units
Item
Model number
Description
C200H I/O Unit
Corresponding
CS1 I/O Unit
C200H-OD212
CS1W-OD211
16-point Transistor Output (sinking) Units with terminal
blocks. The output current capacity increases (from 0.3A
per point and 4.8A per Unit to 0.5A per point and 8A per
Unit). The rated voltage range also increases (from 24V to
any voltage in the range 12 to 24V.)
The terminal arrangement must be changed.
Notes
The output specifications change. Check that correct
operation is possible in cases where changes in output
specifications may influence operation. (Residual voltage
increases from 0.8V to 1.5V, ON response time increases
from 0.1ms to 0.5ms, OFF response time increases from
0.3ms to 1ms.)
Programmable Controllers
CS1G/H
53
C200H???????????????????
16-point Sourcing Transistor Output Units
Item
Model number
Description
C200H I/O Unit
Corresponding
CS1 I/O Unit
C200H-OD21A
CS1W-OD212
16-point Transistor Output (sourcing) Units with terminal
blocks.
32-point Sourcing Transistor Output Units
Item
Model number
Description
The terminal arrangement must be changed.
Notes
The internal 5-V current consumption increases (from
160mA to 170mA). The external 24-V power supply
current also increases (from 35mA to 40mA). Check that
the increased current is within the range of the power
supply.
There are no alarm output contacts. Use the alarm bits in
the Auxiliary Area.
Notes
Model number
Description
C200H I/O Unit
Corresponding
CS1 I/O Unit
C200H-OD218
CS1W-OD231
Notes
CS1W-OD232
The output specifications change. Check that correct
operation is possible in cases where changes in output
specifications may influence operation. (Residual voltage
increases from 0.8V to 1.5V, ON response time increases
from 0.1ms to 0.5ms, OFF response time increases from
0.3ms to 1ms.)
64-point Sinking Transistor Output Units
Item
Model number
Description
C200H I/O Unit
Corresponding
CS1 I/O Unit
C200H-OD219
CS1W-OD261
64-point Transistor Output (sinking) Units with connectors.
The connectors and the pin arrangement are the same.
The output current capacity increases (from 100mA to
0.3A per point, 1.6A per common, and 6.4A per Unit). The
load voltage range changes from 4.5 to 26.4V to 10.2 to
26.4V.
There are 4 commons instead of 2. Connect where
necessary.
32-point Transistor Output (sinking) Units with connectors.
The connectors and the pin arrangement are the same.
The output current capacity increases (from 100mA to
0.5A per point, 2.5A per common, and 5A per Unit). The
load voltage range changes from 4.5 to 26.4V to 10.2 to
26.4V.
There are 2 commons instead of 1. Connect where
necessary.
C200H-OD21B
32-point Transistor Output (sourcing) Units with
connectors. The connectors and the pin arrangement are
the same.
The internal 5-V current consumption increases (from
180mA to 270mA). Check that the increased current is
within the range of the power supply.
32-point Sinking Transistor Output Units
Item
Corresponding
CS1 I/O Unit
There are 2 commons instead of 1. Connect where
necessary.
The output capacity changes (from 1A per point and 4A
per Unit to 0.5A per point and 5A per Unit). Check that
correct operation is possible in cases where changes in
output capacity may influence operation.
The output specifications change. Check that correct
operation is possible in cases where changes in output
specifications may influence operation. (Residual voltage
increases from 0.8V to 1.5V, ON response time increases
from 0.1ms to 0.5ms, OFF response time increases from
0.3ms to 1ms.)
C200H I/O Unit
Notes
The output specifications change. Check that correct
operation is possible in cases where changes in output
specifications may influence operation. (Residual voltage
increases from 0.8V to 1.5V, ON response time increases
from 0.1ms to 0.5ms, OFF response time increases from
0.4ms to 1ms.)
Replacement is not possible for applications with an output
load range of 4.5 to 10.2V.
The output specifications change. Check that correct
operation is possible in cases where changes in output
specifications may influence operation. (Residual voltage
increases from 0.8V to 1.5V, ON response time increases
from 0.1ms to 0.5ms, OFF response time increases from
0.4ms to 1ms.)
The internal 5-V current consumption increases (from
270mA to 390mA). Check that the increased current is
within the range of the power supply.
Replacement is not possible for applications with an output
load range of 4.5 to 10.2V.
16-point 100-VAC Input Units
The internal 5-V current consumption increases (from
180mA to 270mA). Check that the increased current is
within the range of the power supply.
Item
Model number
Description
C200H I/O Unit
Corresponding
CS1 I/O Unit
C200H-IA122/122V
CS1W-IA111
16-point 100-VAC Input Units with terminal blocks.
100-VDC input also possible.
The terminal arrangement must be changed.
Notes
The input specifications change. Check that correct
operation is possible in cases where changes in input
specifications may influence operation. (ON voltage
increases from 60VAC min. to 65VAC min. and the input
impedance (50Hz) increases from 9.7kΩ to 10kΩ.)
The internal 5-V current consumption increases (from
10mA to 110mA). Check that the increased current is
within the range of the power supply.
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CS1G/H
MEMO
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