Contec 4(FIT)GY 1 Computer Hardware User Manual

Ver.1.00
F&eIT Series
Isolated Digital I/O Module
DIO-4/4(FIT)GY
This product is an expansion module (device module) that adds
digital signal I/O interfaces to one of various types of controllers.
The product is used in combination with the I/O controller
module <CPU-CAxx(FIT)GY> (*1) or microcontroller unit
<CPU-SBxx(FIT)GY> (*1) in the F&eIT Series.
This product can perform a maximum of 4 points of
Optocoupler isolated input and 4 points of Optocoupler isolated
output per module. (Input: 12 - 24 VDC specified, output: 12 48 VDC specified)
*1
This module is available in different product models. "x" in each model number
represents a blank or one alphanumeric character. This is applicable to the rest of this
document.
* Specifications, color and design of the products are subject to
change without notice.
Features
Specification
This product can perform 4-point digital signal input and 4-point
digital signal output, treating 4 points as a group.
Specifications
Input section is ready to accept both the current sinking output
and current source output.
Input section
Input format
The output section is a high sink current, open collector type
using high-capacitance transistors.
150 mA/24 VDC or 50 mA/48 VDC max. (per channel)
Isolated I/O operations using an optocoupler improves noise
immunity.
A rotary switch allows you to set device IDs, making it easy to
keep track of device numbers.
Like other F&eIT series products, the module has a 35mm DIN
rail mounting mechanism as standard. A connection to a
controller module can be effected on a lateral, stack basis in a
unique configuration, which permits a simple, smart system
configuration without the need for a backplane board.
Packing List
Module[DIO-4/4(FIT)GY] …1
First step guide … 1
CD-ROM [F&eIT Series Setup Disk] *1…1
Interface connector plug…1
*1
The CD-ROM contains various software and User’s Guide.
DIO-4/4(FIT)GY
Item
Specifications
DIO-4/4(FIT)GY
Optocoupler isolated input
(compatible with current sink output and current source
output)
Input resistance
3kΩ
Input ON current
3.4mA or more
Input OFF current
0.16mA or less
Number of input signal points 4 points (4 points/common)
Response time
Within 1msec
External circuit power supply 12 - 24VDC (±15%)
(4mA/12V - 8mA/24V per channel)
Output section
Output format
Optocoupler isolated open collector output (current sink type)
Ratings
Output voltage
12 - 48VDC (±15%)
Output current
150mA (12 - 24V) (per channel) (Max.)
50mA (36 - 48V) (per channel) (Max.)
Number of output signal
4 points (4 points/common)
points
Response time
Within 1msec
External circuit power supply 12 - 48VDC (±15%)
Common section
Interrupt level
Using CPU-SBxx(FIT)GY: IRQ 5, 7, or 9
Internal current consumption 5VDC(±5%) 150mA(Max.) *1
Allowable distance of signal Approx. 50m (depending on wiring environment)
extension
Physical dimensions (mm)
25.2(W) x 64.7(D) x 94.0(H) (exclusive of protrusions)
Weight of the module itself
100g
Module connection method
Stack connection by means of a connection mechanism
standard with the system.
Module installation method
One-touch connection to 35mm DIN rails
(standard connection mechanism provided in the system)
Applicable wire
AWG 28 - 16 wire type: 0.32 - 1.30mm
Applicable plug
FRONT-MC 1,5/12-STF-3,81 (made by Phoenix Contact
Corp.)
3.81mm-pitch, rated current: 8A (Max.)
*1 The stack connector accepts currents of up to 3.0A (Max.).
Installation Environment Requirements
Item
Requirement description
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Floating dust particles
Corrosive gases
Noise immunity Line-noise
*1
Static
electricity
resistance
0 - 50°C
-10 - 60°C
10 - 90%RH (No condensation)
Not to be excessive
None
AC line/2kV, Signal line/1kV
(IEC1000-4-4Level 3, EN61000-4-4Level 3)
Contact discharge/4kV (IEC1000-4-2Level 2,
EN61000-4-2Level 2)
Atmospheric discharge/8kV (IEC1000-4-2Level 3,
EN61000-4-2Level 3)
Vibration
Sweep
10 - 57Hz/semi-amplitude 0.15mm, 57 - 150Hz/2.0G
resistance
resistance 80minutes each in X, Y, and Z directions
(JIS C0040-compliant, IEC68-2-6-compliant)
Impact resistance
15G half-sine shock for 11ms in X, Y, and Z directions
(JIS C0041-compliant, IEC68-2-27-compliant)
*1 When using a POW-AD22GY
1
Ver.1.00
CAUTION
When connecting one of the modules to a controller module,
the internal current consumption should be taken into
account. If the total current exceeds the capacity of the
power supply unit, the integrity of the operation cannot be
guaranteed. For further details, please see the Controller
Module manual.
Block Diagram
Interface Connector IN00 - IN03
Interface Connector OUT00 - OUT03
Opto-Coupler
Opto-Coupler &
Transistor
This product can be connected to a variety of controllers.
Supported controllers
Microcontroller Unit
I/O Controller Module
Monitoring & Control Server Unit
Monitoring & Control Server Unit
:
:
:
:
CPU-SBxx(FIT)GY
CPU-CAxx(FIT)GY
SVR-MMF2(FIT)
SVR-MMF(FIT)GY
Check each controller to which the module can be connected
as well as the method of controlling the module when
connected to that controller.
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MF
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FIT
R-M
MF
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SV
R-M
Ο
Ο
Ο
Ο
DI-8(FIT)GY
Ο
Ο
Ο
Ο
DO-8(FIT)GY
Ο
Ο
Ο
Ο
0-7
0-7
0-7
0-7
Device ID setting range
U-C
DIO-4/4(FIT)GY
U-S
SV
Control Circuit
O: Permitted
×: Not permitted
CP
Device ID
Bx x
(FI
Output Data
Latch
Ax x
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Y
(FI
T)G
Y
Connections to controllers
CP
Tri-State
Buffer
Functions and control method by
controller connected
Physical Dimensions
(1.2)
Control using the I/O address map
Ο
Ο
Control using the memory address map
(1.2)
Ο
FIT Protocol
Control via the Windows driver * API-CAP(W32)
API-SBP(W32)
Control over the web
(as set from within the browser)
*
X
0 1 2 3
Ο
Ο
Ο
Ο
The API-SBP(W32) is included in the development kit [DTK-SBxx(FIT)GY]; the other
drivers are bundled with each controller.
Control using the I/O address map
When connected to the CPU-SBxx(FIT)GY, the module can
receive I/O instructions directly from the controller module.
14.0
31.5 14
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GY
SV
R-M
MF
2(F
IT)
SV
R-M
MF
(FI
T)G
Y
Stack Connector
CP
U-C
Axx
(F
CP
U-S
Bxx
(FI
T
)GY
Control method by controller connected
4 5 6 7
6
Control using the memory address map
When connected to the CPU-CAxx(FIT)GY, the module can be
accessed from the host computer over the network. The
module is assigned with its device ID in the memory managed
by the controller module. The application running on the host
computer controls the module by reading/writing the memory
managed by the controller module.
35.0
4
0
Device
ID
2
COM0
0
1
2
3
X COM1
94
NC
45.0
NC
4
5
6
7
DI-8
3.5
25.2
64.7
4.0
Control via the Windows driver
For the functions and settings available when using the
Windows driver, refer to the reference manual and online help
for each module.
[mm]
DIO-4/4(FIT)GY
Control over the web
You can monitor collected data and manage the log over the
web. You can use your familiar browser to easily make
various settings. For details, refer to the reference manual for
the SVR-MMF2(FIT), SVR-MMF(FIT)GY.
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Example of a Connection to Current Sink Output
Interface Connector
Module
When connecting the Module to an external device, you can
use the supplied connector plug.
To wire the Module, strip the sheath about 9 - 10mm from an
end of the wire and insert the exposed wire into an opening.
Tighten the screw to fasten the inserted wire. Applicable
wires are AWG28 - 16.
X
0 1 2 3
External circuit
Vcc
How to Connect an Interface Connector
3kΩ
Minus
common
Input
pin
Optocoupler
Current sink
output
External
power supply
12V - 24VDC
Turn the screw to fasten the wire.
2
3
6
Example of a Connection to Current Source Output
9 - 10mm
0 1
Device
ID
7
4 5
4 5 6 7
Module
COM 0
NC
- Applicable wire:
3.81mm pitch, 12-pin type, 8.0A rated current
MC1, 5/12-GF-3.81 [made by Phoenix Contact Corp.]
0
1
2
3
3kΩ
Minus
common
COM1
X NC
4
5
6
7
- Applicable plug:
Front screw type with connector stopper flange
CAUTION
Removing the connector plug by grasping the cable can
break the wire.
Signal Layout on the Interface Connector
The Module can be connected to an external device using a
12-pin connector that is provided on the Module face.
COM 0 --- +/-COM
Input port
plus / minus common
N.C.
X 0 --- IN 0
X 1 --- IN 1
Digital Input: 4points
X 2 --- IN 2
X 3 --- IN 3
COM 1 --- +COM
Output port plus common
COM 2 --- -COM
Output port minus common
Y 0 --- OUT 0
Y 1 --- OUT 1
Current
source output
Output section
Figure below shows the output circuit for the interface section
of this product. The signal output section consists of an
Optocoupler isolated open collector output (current sink type).
An external power supply is therefore required to drive the
output section of this module.
The maximum output current rating per channel is 150 mA for
this product (at 12 - 24 VDC) or 50mA for this product (at 36 48 VDC). A surge voltage protection circuit (zener diode) is
provided for the output transistors of this module. When the
module drives relays, lamps, and other induction loads,
however, another surge voltage countermeasure should be
provided on the load side.
CAUTION
When the power is turned on, all output will be OFF.
Digital Output: 4points
Y 2 --- OUT 2
External
power supply
Input
pin
Optocoupler
FRONT-MC 1,5/12-STF-3,81 [made by Phoenix Contact Corp.]
Applicable cable: AWG28-16
DI-8
External circuit
Vcc
Y 3 --- OUT 3
Output Circuit
Module
External I/O Circuits
Vcc
Input section
Figure below shows the input equivalent circuit for the interface
section of this product.
The signal input section consists of an Optocoupler isolated
input (compatible with both current sink output and current
source output).
An external power supply is therefore
required to drive the input section of this module. The power
requirement for the <DIO-4/4(FIT)GY> or <DI-8(FIT)GY> is
about 8 mA per input channel at 24 VDC (about 4 mA at 12
VDC).
Plus
common
Output
pin
Load
External
power supply
12V - 48VDC
Vcc
Output
pin
Optocoupler
Input Circuit
Module
External circuit
Load
Minus
common
External circuit
Vcc
+/common
Input Input contact
pin
point
Optocoupler
3kΩ
Optocoupler
DIO-4/4(FIT)GY
Input
pin
External
power supply
12V - 24VDC
Connection example:
Using Inputs X0
Module side
3kΩ
Input plus common (e.g., connector COM0)
Input pin (e.g., connector X0)
+
External
power supply
12V - 24VDC
-
Input contact
point
3
Ver.1.00
Module side
Using Outputs Y0
Load
Output plus common
+
External
power supply
12V - 48VDC
-
Output pin (e.g., connector Y1)
Output minus common
Example of Connecting Outputs and Inputs
External
power supply
12V - 24VDC
-
+
Intput module
Output module
Common plus for intput
Common plus for output
Output
Intput
Common minus for output
Setting a Device ID
The controller module distinguishes and keeps track of the
modules that are connected to it by assigning device IDs to
them. Each module, therefore, should be assigned a unique
ID.
A Device ID can be assigned in a 0 - 7 range, so that a
maximum of eight modules can be distinguished.
The factory setting for the Device ID is [0].
Setup Method
A Device ID can be set by turning the rotary switch that is
located on the module face.
A Device ID can be assigned by turning the switch.
6
3
01
45
7
Device
ID
2
DIO-4/4(FIT)GY
Factory setting:
(Device ID = 0)
4