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CBX100
Installation Manual
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS AND SETUP
SYSTEM WIRING
ATTENTION: READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE INSTALLING THE PRODUCT
The following figure shows a typical layout.
The connection and wiring procedure for CBX100 is described as follows:
POWER SUPPLY
The CBX100 is a connection box which can be used as an accessory to
facilitate system connections for installation and device replacement of
several Datalogic family reading devices.
System cabling is made through spring clamp terminal blocks inside the
CBX100 while the reading device is connected to the CBX100 through a 25pin connector on the housing.
1) Open the CBX100 by unscrewing the 2 cover screws.
CAUTION
Total power consumption is given by adding the
CBX100 power consumption to that of all the devices
powered through the CBX100 (reading device, P.S.,
I/O). Refer to the manual of the connected devices for
details about minimum/maximum supply voltage and
power consumption.
A 9-pin connector placed inside the CBX100 facilitates connection between
an external PC and the auxiliary serial interface of the reading device for
configuration or data monitoring.
Each CBX100 supports only 1 single reading device + system
accessories.
CBX100 can also house an accessory Backup and Restore Module to make
system maintenance extremely quick and easy.
SUPPORTED READING DEVICE MODELS
The CBX100 can be directly connected to the following readers through the
25-pin connector illustrated in Figure A.
GENERAL VIEW
Linear Scanners
CBX100
1
2
PWR
This product is intended to be installed by Qualified Personnel only.
This device is intended to be supplied by a UL Listed NEC Class 2 power
source.
2D Readers
DS2100N
DS2400N
DS4800
DS6300
DS6400
DX6400
DS8100A
DX8200A
NOTE
MATRIX-1000
MATRIX-2000
MATRIX 400
CBX100 is backward compatible with DS4600A,
DS2100N/DS2400N (black body), and DS1100/DS2200
10-30 Vdc model reading devices using the ADP-MM1
25-pin gender changer. See the Gender Changer
documentation for the relative CBX100 pinout.
Scanner
Auxiliary
Interface
PS, I/O, Main Interface
2) Verify that the CBX100 power switch is off (see Figure 3).
Scanner
CBX100
3) Unscrew the compression connectors and pass all the system cables
through them into the CBX100 housing.
4) To connect the power and input/output signals:
• Prepare the individual wires of the system cables by stripping the
insulation back approximately 1 cm.
Reading Device
Configuration PC
• Using a device such as a screwdriver, push down on the lever
directly next to the clamp (see Figure 4).
• Insert the wire into the clamp and release the lever.
Figure 2 – System Layout
The dotted line in the figure refers to an optional (temporary) hardware
configuration in which a portable PC can be quickly connected to the
CBX100 (and consequently to the reading device auxiliary interface)
through the internal 9-pin connector. This allows monitoring of the data
transmitted by the reading device or configuration through the utility
program (see the reading device Installation Manual for more details). The
reading device auxiliary interface signals are also available on the internal
spring clamp connectors.
The wire will now be held in the spring clamp.
5) Tighten the compression connector nuts so that the internal glands seal
around the cables.
After making system cabling and switch settings, connect the reading
device to the 25-pin connector on the CBX100 housing.
Switch ON the CBX100 power switch (see Figure 3). The Power LED turns
on (blue) when the power connection has the correct polarity. The Power
LED turns on (red) in case of wrong polarity.
After system functioning has been verified, close the CBX100 using the 2
cover screws.
Figure 4 - System Cable Connections
3
Figure A
1 Indicator LEDs
2 Cover Screws (2)
4
OPENING THE CBX100
POWER SUPPLY
Flexible stranded wire should be used and must meet the following
specifications.
To install the CBX100 or during normal maintenance, it is necessary to
open it by unscrewing the two cover screws:
Power is supplied to the CBX100 through the Vdc and GND pins provided
on the spring clamp connector.
All positions:
The CBX100 must be disconnected from the power
supply during this operation.
3 Compression Connectors (4)
4 25-pin Device Connector
The power switch (see Figure 3) switches the power supply ON or OFF for
both the CBX100 and the connected reading device.
The power switch does not control power to the
Vdc/GND, +V/-V spring clamps, therefore any devices
connected to these signals (i.e. external trigger,
encoder, etc.), are live and are not protected from
polarity inversion. Disconnect the power supply when
working inside the CBX100.
CAUTION
5
6
CAUTION
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
4
CBX100 can be mounted to various wooden or plastic surfaces using the two
self-threading screws (3.9 x 45 mm) and washers provided in the package.
7
3
2
Vdc
OFF
CBX100 can also be mounted to a DIN rail or a Bosch Frame using the
following mounting accessories: BA100 (93ACC1821), BA200 (93ACC1822).
8
9
7 Spring Clamp Terminal Blocks
2 Auxiliary Port Connector
3 Mounting Holes (2)
8 RS485 Termination
Resistance Switch
4 ID-NET™Termination
Resistance Switch
9 Power Source Selector
10 Shield to Protection Earth Selector
5 Indicator LEDs
11 Chassis Grounding Selector
6 Backup Module Connector
Mounting
Holes
41.4
[1.63]
Input
Power
External
Trigger
Input
Generic
Input
Earth
ON
Vdc is electrically connected to +V, just as GND is
electrically connected to -V. This is useful for supplying
external trigger, inputs and outputs from the CBX100
power source, however +V and -V signals should not be
used as power supply inputs to the CBX100.
The power supply must be between 10 and 30 Vdc only.
Outputs
Auxiliary
Interface
ID-NET™
Network
4
[0.16]
To avoid electromagnetic interference:
-
4
[0.16]
1 Power switch (ON/OFF)
138
[5.4]
113.5
[4.47]
Figure B
GND
Figure 3 - Power Switch ON/OFF Positions and Connections
NOTE
128
[5.0]
10
30.8
[1.21]
11
Group
Earth Ground
62
[2.4]
1
The diagram below gives the overall dimensions of the CBX100 and shows
the two mounting through-holes.
V+ (10 - 30 Vdc)
GND
43.3
[1.71]
Figure 1 - Overall Dimensions
NOTE
-
Connect CBX100 Protection Earth (Earth) to a good
earth ground.
Connect the reading device chassis to earth ground
through the jumper, (default setting, see Figure 7).
Connect the Network Cable Shield (Shield) to Filtered
Earth through the jumper (default setting, see Figure 6).
0.2 - 1.5 mm²
Refer to the reading device Installation Manual for signal details.
POWER SUPPLY
CBX100
Mounting to other surfaces such as concrete walls or metallic panels
requires user-supplied parts (screws, screw anchors, nuts, etc). A mounting
template is included in the package to facilitate hole drilling alignment.
24 - 16 AWG
The CBX100 spring clamp connector pinouts are indicated in the Pinout
table.
Main
Interface
Name
Pinouts
Function
Vdc
GND
Earth
+V
I1A
I1B
-V
+V
I2A
I2B
-V
+V
-V
O1+
O1O2+
O2TX
RX
SGND
REF
ID+
IDShield
Power Supply Input Voltage +
Power Supply Input Voltage Protection Earth Ground
Power Source – External Trigger
External Trigger A (polarity insensitive)
External Trigger B (polarity insensitive)
Power Reference – External Trigger
Power Source – Inputs
Input 2 A (polarity insensitive)
Input 2 B (polarity insensitive)
Power Reference – Inputs
Power Source – Outputs
Power Reference – Outputs
Output 1 +
Output 1 Output 2 +
Output 2 Auxiliary Interface TX
Auxiliary Interface RX
Auxiliary Interface Reference
Network Reference
ID-NET™ Network +
ID-NET™ Network Network Cable Shield
RS232
RS485FD
RS485HD
TX
RTS
RX
CTS
SGND
TX+
TX*RX+
*RXSGND
RTX+
RTX-
SGND
The input power signals Vdc, GND and Earth as well as the network signals REF, ID+,
ID- and Shield are repeated to facilitate system cabling. In this way the power and
network busses can enter and exit the CBX100 from different spring clamps but be
physically connected together.
NETWORK BUS TERMINATION
POWER SOURCE JUMPER SETTINGS
For most applications input power is provided through the dedicated spring
clamp connectors inside the CBX100.
ID-NET™
power from
device
SERVICES AND SUPPORT
Datalogic provides several services as well as technical support through its
website. Log on to www.automation.datalogic.com and click on the links
indicated for further information including:
blue/red
yellow
However CBX100 may accept power from the connected reading device
through the 25-pin connector. This is useful, for example, to pass power to
connected accessories such as Encoder and Presence Sensor from
DX8200A VAC models or 6K/8K scanners powered directly through the
network. See the relative reading device Reference Manual for details.
To power CBX100 from the reading device, the power source jumper must be
placed in the "power from device" position as indicated in Figure 5.
INDICATOR LEDS
CAUTION
Figure 5–Power Source Jumper Settings
The network cable shield (Shield) can be connected to Earth Ground
(Earth) either directly or through a filter circuit. If the jumper is left open, the
network cable shield (Shield) is floating.
- Authorised Repair Centres
Figure 11 – Indicator LEDs
There are five Indicator LEDs which signal power and I/O activity and are
visible from the CBX100 outside cover.
The Power LED is blue when power is correctly applied to the CBX100 and
the power switch is turned on.
This LED is red if power polarity is incorrect. In this case the connected
reading device and optional Backup Module are protected.
RS485 HD
SHIELD TO PROTECTION EARTH JUMPER SETTINGS
OFF
ON
SERVICES & SUPPORT
- Datalogic Services - Warranty Extensions and Maintenance
Agreements
The ID-NET™ termination resistance switch enables or disables the
insertion of the bus termination resistor for ID-NET™ network applications.
In ID-NET™ network applications the termination
resistor must be enabled ONLY on the first and last
devices of the chain. On all the other devices this
resistor MUST NOT be enabled (OFF).
•
green
Figure 8 – ID-NET™ Termination Resistance Switch
PRODUCTS
Search through the links to arrive at your product page where you can
download specific Manuals and Software & Utilities:
yellow
OFF
power from
clamps
(default)
•
green
ON
•
CONTACT US
E-mail form and listing of Datalogic Subsidiaries
CE COMPLIANCE
Warning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product
may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to
take adequate measures.
If external I/O devices are powered through CBX100
(connected to +V/-V), they are not protected from
polarity inversion.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
CAUTION
Figure 9 – RS485 HD Termination Resistance Switch
Earth
floating
Filtered Earth
(default)
The RS485 HD termination resistance switch enables or disables the
insertion of the bus termination resistor for RS485 Half Duplex Multidrop
applications.
Figure 6– Shield to Protection Earth Jumper Settings
CHASSIS GROUNDING JUMPER SETTINGS
CAUTION
The reading device chassis grounding method can be selected by
positioning a jumper (see Figure 7). In this way the reading device chassis
can be connected to earth ground (only if pin Earth is connected to a good
earth ground). For all reading devices except 6K/8K, the chassis can
alternatively be connected to the power supply ground signal (GND) or it
can be left floating but, in this case, the jumper must be removed. For 6K or
8K scanners the chassis is internally connected to GND.
All Reading Devices (except 6K/8K)
floating
to GND
to Earth
(default)
In Multiplexer applications the termination resistor must
be enabled ONLY on the last device of the chain, the
farthest away from the Multiplexer (assuming the
Multiplexer is the first device of the chain). On all the
other devices this resistor MUST NOT be enabled
(OFF).
TECHNICAL FEATURES
BM100 BACKUP AND RESTORE MODULE (ACCESSORY)
The BM100 Backup and Restore Module (separate accessory) provides
configuration parameter backup. It can easily be installed by aligning it over
its corresponding connector in the CBX100 and pushing down until correctly
seated. When closed, the plastic support inside the CBX100 cover holds the
module in place. For further details see the BM100 manual.
0.5 – 0.3 A
Limited Current Consumption
CBX + reading device consumption
2.5 A Max
LED Indicators
The details of the connector pins are indicated in the following table:
2
3
5
1, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9
TX
RX
SGND
Auxiliary RS232
Auxiliary RS232
Auxiliary Reference Ground
N.C.
about 380 g. (13.40 oz.)
5
1
9
6
0° to 50 °C (+32° to 122 °F)
Storage Temperature
-20° to 70 °C (-4° to 158 °F)
Humidity max.
90% non condensing
Vibration Resistance
14 mm @ 2 to 10 Hz
EN 60068-2-6
2 hours on each axis
1.5 mm @ 13 to 55 Hz
2 g @ 70 to 200 Hz
EN 60068-2-27
Figure 10 – BM100 Accessory Mounting
CBX100 9-pin D-Sub Female Connector Pinout
Function
138 x 128 x 62 mm
(5.4 x 5 x 2.4 in.)
Operating Temperature
Shock Resistance
Connections can be made to a PC or Laptop using a straight through cable
or a USB-RS232 converter.
Name
Power On/Polarity Error (blue/red)
Trigger (yellow)
IN2 (green)
OUT1 (yellow)
OUT2 (green)
ENVIRONMENTAL FEATURES
The reading device auxiliary serial interface available on the internal
CBX100 9-pin connector can be used either for configuration or for data
monitoring.
Protection Class
EN 60529
sono conformi alle Direttive del Consiglio Europeo sottoelencate:
are in conformity with the requirements of the European Council Directives listed below:
sont conformes aux spécifications des Directives de l'Union Européenne ci-dessous:
der nachstehend angeführten Direktiven des Europäischen Rats:
cumple con los requisitos de las Directivas del Consejo Europeo, según la lista siguiente:
89/336/EEC EMC Directive
USER INTERFACE
Weight
9-PIN READING DEVICE AUXILIARY SERIAL INTERFACE
Pin
10 to 30 Vdc*
Consumption
Mechanical Dimensions
Figure 7 – Chassis Grounding
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6K, 8K Family Scanners
The scanner chassis is
internally connected to GND
The remaining four LEDs signal activity on the relative I/O lines. Their
meaning depends on the software configuration of the connected reading
device.
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Basado en la aproximación de las leyes de los Países Miembros respecto a la compatibilidad
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EN 55022 (Class A ITE),September 1998:
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT
RADIO DISTURBANCE CHARACTERISTICS
LIMITS AND METHODS OF MEASUREMENTS
EN 61000-6-2, September 2005:
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC)
PART 6-2: GENERIC STANDARDS – IMMUNITY FOR
INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS
Lippo di Calderara, January 29th, 2008
3 shocks on each axis
IP65
(when compression connectors and
reading device are correctly connected)
The features given are typical at a 25 °C ambient temperature (if not
otherwise indicated).
* for further details about minimum/maximum supply voltage refer to the
manual of the connected reading device, since the minimum supply
voltage required may be >10.
821001372 (Rev. B)
Lorenzo Girotti
Product & Process Quality Manager
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