Replacement Guide From C200H to CS1

Replacement Guide From C200H to CS1
P r ogr ammable Contr oller C200H-ser ies
Replacement Guide
From C200H to CS1
C200H-CPU0□
C200H-CPU2□
CS1G-CPU42H
P069-E1-04
About this document
This document provides the reference information for replacing C200H PLC systems with CS1 series PLC.
This document does not include precautions and reminders ;please read and understand the important precautions
and reminders described on the manuals of PLCs (both of PLC used in the existing system and PLC you will use to
replace the existing PLC) before attempting to start operation.
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Related Manuals
CPU Units
Man.No.
Model
Manual
W394
CS1G/H-CPU□□H
CS1G/H-CPU□□-V1
CS1D-CPU□□H
CS1D-CPU□□S
CJ1H-CPU□□H-R
CJ1G/H-CPU□□H
CJ1G-CPU□□P
CJ1M/G-CPU□□
NSJ□-□□□□(B)-□□□
CS/CJ/NSJ Series PROGRAMMING MANUAL
W474
CS1G/H-CPU□□H
CS1G/H-CPU□□-V1
CS1D-CPU□□H
CS1D-CPU□□S
CJ1H-CPU□□H-R
CJ1G/H-CPU□□H
CJ1G-CPU□□P
CJ1M/G-CPU□□
NSJ□-□□□□(B)-□□□
CS/CJ/NSJ Series INSTRUCTIONS REFERENCE MANUAL
W342
CS1G/H-CPU□□H
CS1G/H-CPU□□-V1
CS1D-CPU□□H
CS1D-CPU□□S
CS1W-SCU□□-V1
CS1W-SCB□□-V1
CJ1H-CPU□□H-R
CJ1G/H-CPU□□H
CJ1G-CPU□□P
CJ1M/G-CPU□□
CJ1W-SCU□□-V1
CP1H-X□□□□-□
CP1H-XA□□□□-□
CP1H-Y□□□□-□
NSJ□-□□□□(B)-□□□
CS/CJ/CP/NSJ Series Communications Commands REFERENCE MANUAL
W341
CQM1H-PRO01
CQM1-PRO01
C200H-PRO27
CS1W-KS001
CS/CJ Series Programming Consoles OPERATION MANUAL
W339
CS1G/H-CPU□□H
CS1G/H-CPU□□-V1
CS Series OPERATION MANUAL
W302
C200HX/HG/HE
-CPU□□/CPU□□-Z
SYSMACα INSTALLATION GUIDE
W303
C200HX/HG/HE
SYSMACα OPERATION MANUAL
W322
C200HX-CPU□□-ZE
C200HG-CPU□□-ZE
C200HE-CPU□□-ZE
SYSMACα OPERATION MANUAL
W227
CV500/CV1000
C200H/C1000H/C2000H/
3G8F5
FINS Commands Reference Manual
Special I/O Units
Man.No.
Model
Manual
W426
CS1W-NC□71
CJ1W-NC□71(-MA)
CS/CJ Series Position Control Units OPERATION MANUAL
W435
CS1W-MCH71
CJ1W-MCH71
CS/CJ series Motion Control Units OPERATION MANUAL
W440
CS1W-FLN22
CJ1W-FLN22(100BASE-TX)
CS/CJ Series FL-net Units OPERATION MANUAL
W336
CS1W-SCB□□-V1
CS1W-SCU□□-V1
CJ1W-SCU□□-V1
CS/CJ Series Serial Communications Boards Serial Communications Units
OPERATION MANUAL
W345
CS1W-AD0□□-V1/-AD161
CS1W-DA0□□
CS1W-MAD44
CJ1W-AD0□□-V1/-AD042
CJ1W-DA0□□/-DA042V
CJ1W-MAD42
CS/CJ Series Analog I/O Units OPERATION MANUAL
W368
CS1W-PTS□□
CS1W-PTW□□
CS1W-PDC□□
CS1W-PTR□□
CS1W-PPS□□
CS1W-PMV□□
CJ1W-PTS□□
CJ1W-PDC□□
CJ1W-PH41U
CS/CJ Series Analog I/O Units OPERATION MANUAL
W902
CS1W-CT021/041
CS Series High-speed Counter Units OPERATION MANUAL
W378
CS1W-HIO01-V1
CS1W-HCP22-V1
CS1W-HCA22-V1
CS1W-HCA12-V1
CS Series Customizable Counter Units OPERATION MANUAL
W384
CS1W-HIO01
CS1W-HCP22
CS1W-HCA22
CS Series Customizable Counter Units PROGRAMMING MANUAL
W376
CS1W-NC□□□
CS Series Position Control Units OPERATION MANUAL
W359
CS1W-MC□□□-V1
CS Series Motion Control Units OPERATION MANUAL
W124
C200H-TS001/002/101/102
C200H Temperature Sensor Units OPERATION MANUAL
W127
C200H-AD001/-DA001
C200H Analog I/O Units OPERATION GUIDE
W229
C200H-AD002/-DA002
C200H Analog I/O Units OPERATION MANUAL
W325
C200H-AD003
C200H-DA003/-DA004
C200H-MAD01
C200H Analog I/O Units OPERATION MANUAL
W225
C200H-TC001/002/003
C200H-TC101/102/103
C200H Temperature Control Units OPERATION MANUAL
W240
C200H-TV001/002/003
C200H-TV101/102/103
C200H Heat/Cool Temperature Control Units OPERATION MANUAL
W241
C200H-PID01/02/03
C200H PID Control Unit OPERATION MANUAL
W141
C200H-CT001-V1
C200H-CT002
C200H High-speed Counter Units OPERATION MANUAL
W311
C200H-CT021
C200H High-speed Counter Units OPERATION MANUAL
W224
C200H-CP114
C200H Cam Positioner Units OPERATION MANUAL
W334
C200HW-NC113/213/413
C200HW Position Control Units OPERATION MANUAL
W137
C200H-NC111
C200H Position Control Units OPERATION MANUAL
W128
C200H-NC112
C200H Position Control Units OPERATION MANUAL
W166
C200H-NC211
C200H Position Control Units OPERATION MANUAL
W314
C200H-MC221
C200H Motion Control Units OPERATION MANUAL:INTRODUCTION
W315
C200H-MC221
C200H Motion Control Units OPERATION MANUAL:DETAILS
W165
C200H-ASC02
C200H ASCII Units OPERATION MANUAL
W306
C200H-ASC11/21/31
C200H ASCII Units OPERATION MANUAL
Man.No.
Model
Manual
W304
C200HW-COM01
C200HW-COM02-V1 to
C200HW-COM06-EV1
C200HW Communication Boards OPERATION MANUAL
W257
CVM1-PRS71
Teaching Box OPERATION MANUAL
Network Communications Units
Man.No.
Model
Manual
W309
CS1W-CLK23
CS1W-CLK21-V1
CJ1W-CLK23
CJ1W-CLK21-V1
C200HW-CLK21
CVM1-CLK21
CQM1H-CLK21
CS1W-RPT0□
Controller Link Units OPERATION MANUAL
W370
CS1W-CLK13
CS1W-CLK12-V1
CVM1-CLK12(H-PCF Cable)
CS1W-CLK53
CS1W-CLK52-V1
CVM1-CLK52(GI Cable)
Optical Ring Controller Link Units OPERATION MANUAL
W465
CS1W-EIP21
CJ1W-EIP21
CJ2H-CPU6□-EIP
CJ2M-CPU3□
CS/CJ Series EtherNet/IP Units OPERATION MANUAL
W420
CS1W-ETN21
CJ1W-ETN21 (100Base-TX)
CS/CJ Series Ethernet Units OPERATION MANUAL Construction of Networks
W421
CS1W-ETN21
CJ1W-ETN21(100Base-TX)
CS/CJ Series Ethernet Units OPERATION MANUAL Construction of Applications
W456
CS1W-CRM21
CJ1W-CRM21
CS/CJ Series CompoNet Master Units OPERATION MANUAL
W457
CRT1
CRT1 Series CompoNet Slave Units and Repeater Unit OPERATION MANUAL
W380
CS1W-DRM21-V1
CJ1W-DRM21
CS/CJ Series DeviceNet Units OPERATION MANUAL
W267
CS1W/CJ1W/C200HW
DRT1/DRT2
GT1
CVM1
DeviceNet OPERATION MANUAL
W266
C200HW-SRM21-V1
CS1W-SRM21
CJ1W-SRM21
CQM1-SRM21-V1
SRT1/SRT2
CompoBus/S OPERATION MANUAL
W136
C500-RM001-(P)V1
C120-RM001(-P)
C500-RT001/RT002-(P)V1
C500/C120-LK010(-P)
C200H-RM001-PV1
C200H-RT001/002-P
B500-I/O
C series Rack PCs Optical Remote I/O SYSTEM MANUAL
W308
C200HW-ZW3DV2/ZW3PC2
3G8F5-CLK11/21
3G8F6-CLK21
Controller Link Support Software OPERATION MANUAL
Man.No.
Model
Manual
W120
C500-RM201/RT201
C200H-RM201/RT201/202
G71-IC16/OD16
G72C-ID16/OD16
S32-RS1
C series Rack PCs Wired Remote I/O SYSTEM MANUAL
W379
CVM1-DRM21-V1
C200HW-DRM21-V1
DeviceNet Master Units OPERATION MANUAL
W347
C200HW-DRT21
CQM1-DRT21
DRT1
DeviceNet Slaves OPERATION MANUAL
W135
C200H-LK401
C500-LK009-V1
C Series PC Link SYSTEM MANUAL
Support Software
Man.No.
W463
W446
Model
CXONE-AL□□C-V4
CXONE-AL□□D-V4
Manual
CX-One FA Integrated Tool Package SETUP MANUAL
CX-Programmer OPERATION MANUAL
W447
CX-Programmer OPERATION MANUAL : Function Blocks/Structured Text
W464
CX-Integrator OPERATION MANUAL
W344
CX-Protocol OPERATION MANUAL
C200H Replacement Guide
From C200H to CS1
Table of Contents
1.
Work flow .............................................................................................................................................................. 2
2.
Selecting the replacement method ........................................................................................................................ 3
3.
Selecting the model ............................................................................................................................................... 4
4.
Reading data from C200H..................................................................................................................................... 8
5.
Converting the program for CS1 ......................................................................................................................... 10
6.
Writing data to CS1 ............................................................................................................................................. 12
7.
Appendix ............................................................................................................................................................. 14
Appendix A. Instructions converted by Change Model on CX-Programmer ........................................................... 14
Appendix B. Change of unit area allocation ............................................................................................................ 15
Appendix C. Change in PLC Settings ..................................................................................................................... 15
Appendix D. Change of execution timing etc. ......................................................................................................... 15
Appendix E. Table of Input/Output Units ................................................................................................................. 16
1
This replacement guide describes the procedure to rebuild the system which uses the C200H-series PLC by
introducing the CS1-series PLC instead. The CS-series has functions which can replace the functions and operation
of C200H-series PLC. Take the below work flow to replace your system. Also, refer to the reference pages for
details.
1.
Work flow
1) Preliminary Steps: Take the following steps before starting the replacement work.
Description
Reference Pages
Start
Selecting the model
Select the unit, programming software, and connecting cable
to replace C200H with CS1.
Some C200H Units can be used with CS1. However, some
Units can not be used with CS1. Read the reference pages
(recommended models and precautions) and select the
models.
Preparing Units
Prepare the units, programming software, and connecting
cable.
Reading PLC data
Load the program, I/O Memory and other settings from the
C200H using the programming software and connecting
cable.
Convert the data read from C200H for CS1.
Most of the data can be automatically converted; however,
some instructions and some Unit data can not be converted.
Refer to the reference pages and modify the data and program
separately.
Converting and modifying data
2. Selecting the model
3. Reading data from C200H
4. Converting and changing
the program for CS1
Continue to actual replacement work
2) Actual replacement work: Take the steps below to replace the C200H to CS1.
Description
Replacing Units
Wiring
Writing the data to CS1
Reference pages
Install the prepared Units instead of C200H Units.
*Refer to the CS1G/H-CPUxxH/CS1G/H-CPUxx-EV1 CS
SERIES CPU UNITS OPERATIAN MANUAL (Cat. No.
W339) and User's manual for Special I/O Units and CPU Bus
Units for details about installation.
Table.6 Related Manuals
Wiring for the installed Units.
*Refer to the CS1G/H-CPUxxH/CS1G/H-CPUxx-EV1 CS
SERIES CPU UNITS OPERATIAN MANUAL (Cat. No.
W339) and User's manual for Special I/O Units and CPU Bus
Units for details about wiring.
Transfer the converted data to CS1
To check the wiring, operate Input/Output to see if they
operate correctly.
5. Writing the data to CS1
Turn ON the power and check the operation.
Checking operation
1.
If production is conducted between uploading the program and executing replacement
work, data handled by the program may change. If so, upload the data right before the
Replacement completion
replacement work, modify data (if necessary), and download it to the new PLC.
2.
The cycle time of C200H and CS1 are different, which may effect system operation. If
so, it is necessary to adjust cycle time from the PLC settings.
2
2.
Selecting the replacement method
When C200H-series Basic I/O Units are replaced with CS1-series Basic I/O Units, rewiring is required. The C200H
I/O Terminal Block Conversion Adapter that allows the terminal block of the C200H-series Basic I/O Unit to be
reused for the CS1-series Basic I/O Unit is available. This enables efficient replacement by eliminating rewiring and
wiring check times.
Replacement method
Description
(1) Replacing all
Replace all C200H-series Units with
C200H-series Units with CS1-series Units.
CS1-series Units
Cons: Rewiring of Basic I/O Units is required.
Reference It takes about 1 hour to rewire all
Basic I/O Units (8 to 10 Units) mounted to a
Backplane.
CPU
PS
CS1-series Units
PS
(2) Using C200H I/O
Terminal Block
Conversion Adapter
Replace all C200H-series Units with
CS1-series Units, and mount the C200H I/O
Terminal Block Conversion Adapter to
CS1-series Units.
Pros: Rewiring of Basic I/O Units is not
required, which reduces replacement
time.
Cons: The installation depth is increased.
For details, refer to the C200H I/O Terminal
Block Conversion Adapter Data Sheet.
Reusing existing
terminal blocks
CPU
Reusing existing
terminal blocks
PS
CS1-series Units
PS
C200H I/O Terminal Block Conversion Adapter (CS1W-AT2[][])
Note 1. Depending on the type of Basic I/O Unit, there may be some restrictions (e.g. change in I/O
specifications or wiring) or some models cannot be used.
2. When you reuse a terminal block with wiring, confirm that there is no problem in the terminal block and
wiring conditions.
•
The screws are securely tightened.
•
The cables are not damaged.
•
There is no rust or corrosion.
•
The terminal block is not damaged. (The terminal block is securely inserted and fixed.)
Image of replacement using C200H I/O Terminal Block Conversion Adapter
Wired terminal block of
C200H-series Basic I/O
Unit to be replaced
CS1-series Basic I/O Unit
C200H I/O Terminal Block Conversion Adapter
(CS1W-AT2[][])
3
3.
Selecting the model
Outline of the system configuration
SYSMAC Support Software
PC
CX-Programmer
PC
CX-Programmer
C200H
CS1
Expansion Backplanes
Expansion Backplanes
The table below lists the models of C200H-series and each corresponding models of CS1-series. Select the
CS1-series model which is compatible with the C200H-series model. Or, select the CS1-series model with similar
specification to the C200H-series Unit.
Refer to the CS1G/H-CPU□□H/CS1G/H-CPU□□-EV1 CS SERIES CPU UNITS OPERATIAN MANUAL (Cat. No.
W339) for details of the Units.
< CPU Units and Power Supply Units >
Unit name
CPU Units
CPU
Unit-mounting
Host Link Units
Power Supply Units
C200H-series
C200H-CPU01
C200H-CPU02
C200H-CPU03
C200H-CPU21
C200H-CPU22
C200H-CPU23
C120-LK201(RS232C)
C120-LK202(RS422)*1
(For C200H-CPU01/02/21/22)
(For C200H-CPCPU03/23)
CPU Backplanes
4
C200H-BC031(-□□)
C200H-BC051(-□□)
C200H-BC081(-□□)
C200H-BC101(-□□)
CS1-series
CS1G-CPU42H
Built-in Host Link port
C200HW-PA204
(AC Power Supply Unit)
C200HW-PA204S
(AC Power Supply Unit)
C200HW-PA204C
(AC Power Supply Unit)
C200HW-PA204R
(AC Power Supply Unit)
C200HW-PA209R
(AC Power Supply Unit)
C200HW-PD024(DC Power
Supply Unit)
C200HW-PD025(DC Power
Supply Unit)
CS1W-BC033/BC032
CS1W-BC053/BC052
CS1W-BC083/BC082
CS1W-BC103/BC102
Description
UM 10K steps
(*) To replace C120-LK202, use a NT-AL001
to convert RS232C into RS422.
To use RUN output, prepare Output Unit
separately.
With 24 VDC service power supply
To use RUN output, prepare Output Unit
separately.
With maintenance forecast monitor.
With RUN output.
With RUN output.
To use RUN output, prepare Output Unit
separately.
To use RUN output, prepare Output Unit
separately.
Respectively for 3, 5, 8, and 10 slots.
The installation hole position is the same.
Memory Cassette
Unit name
Memory Unit
C200H-series
Memory Unit (RAM type)
C200H-MR431
(Battery type)
C200H-MR432
(Capacitor type)
C200H-MR831
(Battery type)
C200H-MR832
(Capacitor type)
C200H-MR433
(Battery type, with clock
function)
C200H-MR833
(Battery type, with clock
function)
EEP ROM Unit
C200H-ME431
C200H-ME432
(with clock function)
C200H-ME831
C200H-ME832
(with clock function)
CS1-series
None
None
C200H-MP831
None
C200H-series
C200H-PS221
CS1-series
C200HW-PA204
(AC Power Supply Unit)
C200HW-PA204C
(AC Power Supply Unit)
C200HW-PA204S
(AC Power Supply Unit)
C200HW-PA204R
(AC Power Supply Unit)
C200HW-PA209R
(AC Power Supply Unit)
C200HW-PD024
(DC Power Supply Unit)
C200HW-PD025
(DC Power Supply Unit)
CS1W-BI033/BI032
CS1W-BI053/BI052
CS1W-BI083/BI082
CS1W-BI103/BI102
CS1W-CN□□3
Description
The CS Series CPU Units have a nonvolatile
memory for user program in it. The memory
unit is unnecessary.
They also have the clock function.
The CS Series CPU Units have a nonvolatile
memory for user program in it. The memory
unit is unnecessary.
They also have the clock function. The
program file and the parameters are stored
in the memory card. It is possible to execute
operation by reading them at power ON.
(Automatic Transfers at Power ON)
The CS Series CPU Units have a nonvolatile
memory for user program in it. The memory
unit is unnecessary.
They also have the clock function. The
program file and the parameters are stored
in the memory card. It is possible to execute
operation by reading them at power ON.
(Automatic Transfers at Power ON)
<I/O Expansion System>
Unit name
Power Supply Units
C200H-PS211
Backplanes
(Expansion
Backplanes)
Connecting Cables for
Expansion Backplanes
C200H-BC031(-□□)
C200H-BC051(-□□)
C200H-BC081(-□□)
C200H-BC101(-□□)
C200H-CN□□1
CS1W-CN□□1
Description
With maintenance forecast monitor.
With 24 VDC power supply.
The RUN output does not operate.
The RUN output does not operate.
Respectively for 3, 5, 8, and 10 slots
The installation hole position is the same.
This cable connects a CS1 CPU Backplane
and a CS1 Expansion Backplanes.
This cable connects a CS1 CPU Backplane
and
an
Expansion
I/O
Backplanes
(C200HW-BI□□1-V2).
5
<I/O Units, CPU Bus Units>
Unit name
Basic I/O Units
C200H-series
C200H-I□□□
C200H-O□□□
C200H-M□□□
CS1-series
C200H-I□□□
C200H-O□□□
C200H-M□□□
Or,
CS1W-I□□□
CS1W-O□□□
CS1W-M□□□
Special I/O
Unit
C200H-□□□□
C200H-□□□□
Or,
CS1W-□□□□
Communication Units
[SYSMAC LINK]
Coaxial cable type:
C200H-SLK21-V1
C200HS-SLK22
C200HW-SLK23/24
Optical Fiber Cable type:
C200H-SLK11
C200HS-SLK12
C200HW-SLK13/14
[SYSMAC LINK]
Coaxial
cable
type:
CS1W-SLK21
Optical
cable
type:
CS1W-SLK11
Or,
[Controller Link]
Wire type: CS1W-CLK23
Optical Fiber Cable type:
CS1W-CLK13/53
[SYSNET]
C200H-SNT31
C200HS-SNT32
[SYSNET]
None
[Controller Link]
Wire type:CS1W-CLK23
Optical Fiber Cable type:
CS1W-CLK13/53
[Host Link]
[Serial Communication]
C200H-LK101-PV1
C200H-LK201-V1
C200H-LK202-V1
[PC Link]
C200H-LK401
None
CS1W-SCU21-V1
(+ optical link module)
CS1W-SCU21-V1
CS1W-SCB21-V1
CS1W-SCB41-V1
Host Link port built-in the
CPU Unit
CS1W-SCU31-V1
CS1W-SCB41-V1
[PC Link]
C200H-LK401
[Controller Link]
Wire type:CS1W-CLK23
Optical Fiber Cable type:
CS1W-CLK13/53
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Description
C200H-series Basic I/O Units can be used
with CS1-series CPU Units.
Refer
to
Appendix
E.
Table
of
Input/Output Units for CS1 Basic
Input/Output Units corresponding to C200H
Basic Input/Output Units.
We recommend replacing the C200H-series
Basic Units with CS1-series Basic I/O Units
for maintenance purpose.
C200H-series Special I/O Units can be used
with CS1-series CPU Units. However, there
are some remarks to be followed.
To improve the system performance and to
facilitate maintenance, we recommend you
to use the CS-series Units instead.
C200HW-SLK□□ can not be used with
CS1-series CPU Unit.
Refer to the SYSMAC CS1W-SLK11/21
SYSMAC
LINK
Units
OPERATIAN
MANUAL (Cat. No. W367) for details about
SYSMAC LINK.
We recommend you to use the Controller
Link instead.
Refer to the Controller Link Units (Wire
type) Operation Manual (Cat. No. W309)
and Controller Link Units (H-PCF Optical
Fiber Cable ring connection) Operation
Manual (Cat. No. W370) for details.
SYSNET can not be used with CS1-series
CPU Unit.
We recommend you to renewal the system
with Controller Link instead.
Refer to the Controller Link Units (Wire
type) Operation Manual (Cat. No. W309)
and Controller Link Units (H-PCF Optical
Fiber Cable ring connection) Operation
Manual (Cat. No. W370) for details.
C200H Host Link Unit can not be used with
CS1-series CPU Unit.
Refer to the SYSMAC CS/CJ Series Serial
Communications
Boards/Units
OPERATIAN MANUAL (Cat. No. W336) for
details.
The CS-series does not have the
Optical-type
Serial
Communications
Board/Unit. Use the wire-type instead, or use
an external optical link module.
Use one of the left CS1-series Unit/Board.
Use one of the left CS1-series Unit/Board.
PC Link Unit can be used with CS1-series
CPU Unit. However, link area allocation, etc.
must be modified.
We recommend you to use the Controller
Link instead.
Refer to the Controller Link Units (Wire
type) Operation Manual (Cat. No. W309)
and Controller Link Units (H-PCF Optical
Fiber Cable ring connection) Operation
Manual (Cat. No. W370) for details.
Unit name
Communication Units
C200H-series
[SYSBUS]
Wire type:C200H-RM201
Optical Fiber Cable type:
C200H-RM001-PV1
CS1-series
[SYSBUS]
Wire type: C200H-RM201
Optical Fiber Cable type:
C200H-RM001-PV1
Description
SYSBUS Unit can be used with CS1-series
CPU Unit. However, relay area allocation,
etc. must be modified.
[CompoNet]
CS1W-CRM21
[DeviceNet]
CS1W-DRM21-V1
[CompoBus/S]
CS1W-SRM21
To improve the system performance and to
facilitate maintenance, we recommend you
to use left networks instead.
Refer to the CS/CJ series CompoNet
Master Units Operation Manual (Cat. No.
W456) and CompoNet Slave Units and
Repeater Unit OPERATION MANUAL (Cat.
No. W457) for details of CompoNet.
Refer to the SYSMAC CS/CJ series
CS-series: CS1W-DRM21(-V1)CJ Series:
CJ1W-DRM21
DeviceNet
Units
OPERATIAN MANUAL (Cat. No. W380) for
details about DeviceNet.
Refer
to
the
C200HW-SRM21-V1
CS1W-SRM21,
CJ1W-SRM21
CQM1-SRM21-V1 SRT1 Series SRT2
Series
CompoBus/S
OPERATIAN
MANUAL (Cat. No. W226) for details about
CompoBus/S.
<Support software and peripheral devices>
Name
Support software
C200H-series
SYSMAC Support Software
CX-Programmer
CS1-series
CX-One
CXONE-AL□□C-V□/ AL□□D-V□
(CX-Programmer Ver.3.0 or
higher)
CS1W-CN226/626
Peripheral
Interface
Unit, connecting cable
C200H-IP007
Programming Console
C120-PRO15
C120-PRO25
PROM Writer
C500-PRW06
C200H-PRO27(+CS1W-CN□□4
)
CQM1-PRO01(+CS1W-CN114)
None
Floppy disk interface
C500-FD103
None
Printer interface unit
C500-PRT01
C2000-MP103-V□
None
Description
SYSMAC Support Software can not be
used with CS1-series CPU Unit.
To load the program onto CX-Programmer
from C200H, C200H-IP007 and cable
(CQM1-CIF02) are required.
CS1W-CN□□4 is a Programming Console
Connecting Cable.
A cassette interface can not be used.
EPROM can not be used with CS1-series.
Save
the
data
using
a
PC
(CX-Programmer).
Save
the
data
using
a
PC
(CX-Programmer).
Print
the
data
using
a
PC
(CX-Programmer).
Other remarks
(1) The CPU Unit and Power Supply Unit are separated with CS1-series, though they are combined with
C200H-series. The two series use different Backplanes. However, the installation hole position is the same.
(2) The DIN track (PFP-50N/100N/100N2) and mounting bracket (C200H-DIN01) can be used for the CS1
backplane, too.
(3) The backplane of the CS1-series has an installation structure to be insulated from the control board etc.,
Insulation Plates for CPU Backplanes (C200HW-ATT31/51/81/A1) is unnecessary.
(4) I/O Unit bracket can not be used with CS1-series. The Units of CS1-series can be secured with screws.
They do not require brackets.
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4.
Reading data from C200H
Load the ladder program, and Data Memory from the C200H using the CX-Programmer.
Required items
Support software
(PC)
Peripheral
Interface
connecting cable
PC
Unit
and
CX-One
(CXONE-AL□□C-V□, CXONE-AL□□D-V□)
Or,
CX-Programmer (WS02-CXPC□-V□)
C200H-IP007 and CQM1-CIF02
Or,
C120-LK201-V1 and XW2Z-200P-V
CX-Programmer
C200H
Connecting cable
CQM1-CIF02 (Or, XW2Z-200P-V)
Peripheral Interface Unit
C200H-IP007 (Or, C120-LK201-V1)
(1) Attach the Peripheral Interface Unit onto the C200H and connect it with a PC.
(2) Start up the CX-Programmer.
(On the Start menu, select All Program - OMRON - CX-One - CX-Programmer - CX-Programmer.)
(3) Select C200H for the Device Type. (Select File - New to display below dialog).
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(4) Connect the PLC and the CX-Programmer online. (Select PLC - Work Online).
(5) Transfer the ladder program and I/O table. (Select PLC - Transfer - From PLC.)
Press the OK button to start transfer.
(6) Transfer the PLC memory data (Data Memory). (Select PLC on the menu bar and then click Edit - Memory.)
Scroll and check all the areas. Press the Transfer from PLC button to start transfer.
(7) Make the CX-Programmer offline. (Select PLC - Work Online.)
(8) Save the program by specifying the project name. (Select File - Save As).
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5.
Converting the program for CS1
On the CX-Programmer, convert the program for CS1.
(1) Start the CX-Programmer and open the program file for C200H. (Select File - Open.)
(2) Change the Device Type from C200H to CS1. (Select PLC - Change Model to display below dialog.)
(3) The instructions are automatically converted. The Output Window shows the conversion results. Double-click an
error shown on the Output Window to jump to the corresponding section of the ladder program.
Errors and warnings at conversion will be displayed.
Double-click an error or a warning to jump to the corresponding circuit.
Some instructions cannot be converted. Modify the ladder program referring to Appendix A. Instructions converted
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by Change Model on CX-Programmer.
You can check the program by selecting Program - Compile (Program Check). The Output Window shows the
checking results.
(4) The PLC memory data cannot be maintained when PLC model is changed. Open the PLC Memory window for
both C200H and CS-series PLCs and copy and paste the necessary memory data after conversion.
Select the necessary PLC Memory on the C200H PLC Memory window and
copy and paste it onto the PLC Memory of the CS series PLC.
(5) The I/O allocation of C200H-series is partly different from that CS1-series. Refer to Appendix B. Change of data
area allocation and modify the ladder program.
(6) The PLC settings of C200H-series are partly different from that of CS1-series. Refer to Appendix C. Change in
PLC settings and change the PLC settings.
(7) Select Program - Compile to check the program. If an error is detected, correct it.
(8) Save the program by specifying the project name. (Select File - Save As.)
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6.
Writing data to CS1
Transfer the converted and modified program, PLC settings and Data Memory to the CS1.
Required items
Support software
(PC)
Connecting cable
PC
CS1
CX-One
CXONE-AL□□C-V□/ AL□□D-V□
(CX-Programmer)
CS1W-CN226/626
CX-Programmer
Connecting cable
CS1W-CN226/626
Peripheral port on CPU Unit
(1) Connect the CS1 and the PC.
(2) Start the CX-Programmer and open the converted program file.
(3) Connect the CS1 and the CX-Programmer online.
(4) Transfer the ladder program and PLC settings to the CS1. (Select PLC - Transfer - To PLC.)
Click the check boxes for Program and PLC Settings. Press the OK button to start transfer.
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(5) Select PLC on the menu bar and then click Edit - Memory to display below dialog. Transfer the PLC memory
(Data Memory: D and Holding Relay: HR) after selecting the transfer data. Click the Transfer to PLC button.
(6) Make the CX-Programmer offline.
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7.
Appendix
Appendix A. Instructions converted by Change Model on CX-Programmer
(1) The data type of operand is changed from BCD data to BIN data for some instructions.
(2) The number of operand is changed for some instructions.
(3) Interrupt control instructions must be changed. (Use MSKS, MSKR, CLI, DI, and EI).
Refer to the list below for detail. The table lists the instructions which are automatically converted producing some difference
between instructions before and after conversion. The other instructions are automatically converted.
Instruction
C200H
JMP(04)
for
Instruction for CS1
JMP(4)
JMP0(515)
or
JME(05)
JME(5)
JME0(516)
or
WSFT(16)
Same as C200H
FUN17
XFER(70)
MOVB(82)
DIST(80)
COLL(81)
FUN60
FUN19
FUN63
FUN64
FUN65
FUN66
INC(38)
DEC(39)
ADD(30)
ADDL(54)
SUB(31)
SUBL(55)
MUL(32)
MULL(56)
DIV(33)
DIVL(57)
ADB(50)
SBB(51)
MLB(52)
DVB(53)
FUN69
FUN89
ASFT(017)
XFERC(565)
MOVBC(568)
DISTC(566)
COLLC(567)
CMPL(060)
MCMP(019)
LINE(063)
COLM(064)
SEC(065)
HMS(066)
++B(594)
--B(596)
+B(404)
+BL(405)
-B(414)
-BL(415)
*B(424)
*BL(425)
/B(434)
/BL(435)
+(400)
-(410)
*(420)
/(430)
APR(069)
Not supported
STEP(08)
Same as C200H
SNXT(09)
Same as C200H
Use a differentiated
execution condition
for
the
SNXT
instruction.
Same as C200H
FAL(06)
FALS(07)
MSG(46)
FUN47
FUN67
WDT(94)
FUN61
FUN18
FUN48
FUN49
FUN90
FUN98
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Operand
Number of Operand
When #0 is set to the Operands, JMP is converted
to JMP0 and operand is deleted.
If #0 is not set, same as C200H.
When #0 is set to the Operands, JME is converted
to JME0 and operand is deleted.
If #0 is not set, same as C200H.
#0 is added to the Operand1.
WSFT D1 D2 -> WSFT #0 D1 D2
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Changed from BCD data to BIN data.
Changed from BCD data to BIN data.
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Same as C200H
Combine and use below instructions: MSKS(690),
EI(694)
The CIO, Holding, Work, Auxiliary, DM, and EM Area
are all converted into the WR relay.
Same as C200H
#0: 1 -> 0
= #0: Same
#0: 1 -> 0
= #0: Same
Changed from 2 to 3
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
Same
CLI(691), MSKR(692), DI(693),
Same
Same
#0 is added to Operand 2.
Changed from 1 to 2.
FAL N -> FAL N #0
Same as C200H
#0 is added to Operand 2.
Changed from 1 to 2.
FALS N -> FALS N #0
#0 is added to Operand 1.
MSG(46)
Changed from 1 to 2.
MSG S -> MSG #0 S
Number of characters (words) to be registered from
first message word (S) is changed from 16 characters
(8 words) to 32 characters (16 words).
Use MSG(46), instead.
Not supported
―
Same as C200H
Same
BCNTC(621)
Same
WDT(094)
Control data configuration is different.
On CS1, Unit No, of C200H Group-2 High-density I/O Units is disabled. Specify the
IORF(097)
allocation by using IORF in the same way as Basic I/O Units.
Enter the settings from PLC settings.
Not supported
―
―
Enter the settings from PLC settings.
Same
SEND(090)
Control data configuration is different.
Same
RECV(098)
Control data configuration is different.
Appendix B. Change of unit area allocation
This section describes the difference of unit area allocation in C200H and CS1-series. Refer to related manuals for details.
Item
I/O allocation
Basic I/O
C200H-series
"Free location and fixed channel"
CS1-series
"Free location and free channel"
Change the channel and bit address
used in the program.
Description
For
CS1-series,
it
is
necessary to register I/O
table.
I/O allocation
Special I/O
IR 100 to 199
(10words allocated for each Unit
No.)
DM1000 to 1999
(100words allocated for each Unit
No.)
Refer to CS1G/H-CPU**H
/CS1G/H-CPU**-EV1
CS
SERIES
CPU
UNITS
OPERATIAN
MANUAL
(Cat. No. W339) for details
on I/O allocation.
I/O allocation
(Group-2 High-density I/O
Units)
IR 30 to 49
(2 or 4 words allocated for each
Unit)
Auxiliary Relay Area
SR 236 to 255
Link Relay Area (PC Link)
LR00 to LR63
SYSBUS Remote I/O
50 to 99
Abnormal history storage
area
DM 969 to 999
CIO 2000 to 2199
(10words allocated for each Unit No.)
DM20000 to 21999
(100words allocated for each Unit
No.)
Change the channel and bit address
used in the program.
The allocation is decided in the same
way as a Basic I/O Units depending
on the installed position (rack and
slot).
Change the channel and bit address
used in the program.
(1) AR Area and Bit.
Change the channel and bit address
used in the program.
(2) Condition flags and clock pulse
Change the operation flags in the
program to the condition flags. Use
the global symbols such as P_0.1ms
and P_1ms instead of the clock
pulse.
CIO 1000 to 1063
Change the channel and bit address
used in the program.
CIO 3000 to 3049
Change the channel and bit address
used in the program.
AR 100 to A199
CS1-series
Select the "Mode" at power ON from
PLC settings.
Enter the value in the "Constant Cycle
Time" from PLC settings.
Description
Operation
flags
and
condition flags of CS1 can
be specified by label.
Change the program if the
Error History Area is read in
the program.
Appendix C. Change in PLC Settings
Item
Mode at Power ON
Constant
Function
Cycle
C200H-series
Setting switch on the memory unit
Time
Constant Cycle Time (FUN18)
Use
DI
(DISABLE
INTERRUPTS)
instruction
and
EI
(ENABLE
INTERRUPTS)
instruction
when simultaneity of data is
required between the Cycle
Tasks and Interrupt Tasks.
Appendix D. Change of execution timing etc.
Item
Interrupt
execution
method and execution
timing
C200H-series
Write the interrupt program in
subroutine.
CS1-series
Write the interrupt program
interrupt task.
Cycle Time
-
Read-protection function
FUN49
The cycle time is shortened with CS1.
If the system operation is affected by
cycle time, check the operation with
the converted program.
Use password protection function of
CX-Programmer.
in
Description
For CS1, an Interrupt Task is
executed even when an
instruction is being executed
or I/O refreshing.
To obtain the same cycle
time as C200H, set the time
from the "Constant Cycle
Time" in the PLC settings
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Appendix E. Table of Input/Output Units
- Input Unit
(1)If different terminal block or connector is used, you have to change the wiring.
(2)If the input circuit specification is not the same, check if there is no problem in operation.
(3)If the number of circuit is different (increased), wire and connect the terminals and each common terminals.
(4)If the current consumption is different, check if enough power supply capacity is provided.
(5)C200H-series Units can be used with CS1-series CPU Units.
(6)Refer to related manuals for details, even if functions of C200H-series are supported by CS1-series Units,
since a part of specifications may differ.
DC Input Unit
C200H-series Unit
C200H-ID211
12 to 24 VDC,10mA, Terminal
block, 8 inputs
Corresponding CS-series Unit
CS1W-ID211
24VDC, 7mA, Terminal block, 16
inputs
Description
DC Input Unit with terminal
block for 8 inputs
Replace this unit with a DC
Input Unit with 16 inputs.
C200H-ID212
24 VDC,7mA,Terminal
block, 16 inputs
CS1W-ID211
24VDC, 7mA, Terminal block, 16
inputs
DC Input Unit with terminal
block for 16 inputs.
C200H-ID215
24 VDC, 4.1mA, Connector
32 inputs (Special I/O G)
CS1W-ID231
24VDC, 6mA, Connector, 32
inputs
DC Input Unit with connector
for 32 inputs.
C200H-ID216
24 VDC, 4.1mA, Connector,
32 inputs (Group-2)
CS1W-ID231
24VDC, 6mA, Connector, 32
inputs
DC Input Unit with connector
for 32 inputs.
C200H-ID218
24 VDC, 6.0mA, Connector,
32 inputs (Group-2)
CS1W-ID231
24VDC, 6mA, Connector, 32
inputs
DC Input Unit with connector
for 32 inputs.
C200H-ID111
12 VDC, 4.1mA, Connector,
64 inputs (Group-2)
CS1W-ID261
24VDC, 6mA, Connector, 64
inputs
DC Input Unit with connector
for 64 inputs.
C200H-ID217
24 VDC, 4.1mA, Connector,
64 inputs (Group-2)
CS1W-ID261
24VDC, 6mA, Connector, 64
inputs
DC Input Unit with connector
for 64 inputs.
C200H-ID219
24 VDC, 6.0mA, Connector,
64 inputs (Group-2)
CS1W-ID261
24VDC, 6mA, Connector, 64
inputs
DC Input Unit with connector
for 64 inputs.
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Difference
1) Terminal block
2) Input points (8 -> 16 points)
3) Input circuit specification
Input voltage range (12 to 24 VDC ->
24VDC)
Input impedance (2kΩ-> 3.3kΩ)
ON Voltage(10.2VDC->14.4VDC)
OFF Voltage(3VDC->5VDC)
4) Internal current consumption(5VDC:
10mA->100mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Number of circuit (16 points/common x1
circuit -> 8 points/common x2 circuits)
3) Input circuit specification
Input impedance(3kΩ->3.3kΩ)
4) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:10mA->100mA)
1) Connector
2) (8 points/common x4 circuits->16
points/common x2 circuits)
3) Input circuit specification
Input impedance(5.6kΩ->3.9kΩ)
ON Voltage(DC14.4V->DC15.4V)
4)Internal current consumption
(5VDC:130mA->150mA)
1) Number of circuit(32 points/common x1
circuit ->16 points/common x2 circuits)
2) Input circuit specification
Input impedance(5.6kΩ->3.9kΩ)
ON Voltage(DC14.4V->DC15.4V)
3) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:100mA->150mA)
1) Number of circuit (32 points/common x1
circuit ->16 points/common x2 circuits)
2) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:100mA->150mA)
1) Number of circuit (32 points/common x2
circuit->16 points/common x4 circuits)
2) Input circuit specification
Input voltage(12VDC->24VDC)
Input impedance (2.7kΩ->3.9kΩ)
ON Voltage(8VDC->15.4VDC)
OFF Voltage(3VDC->5VDC)
3) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:120mA->150mA)
1) Number of circuit (32 points/common x2
circuit ->16 points/common x4 circuits)
2) Input circuit specification
Input impedance (5.6kΩ->3.9kΩ)
ON Voltage (14.4VDC->15.4VDC)
Internal current consumption
(5VDC:120mA->150mA)
1) Number of circuit (32 points/common x2
circuit ->16 points/common x4 circuits)
2) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:120mA->150mA)
<TTL Input Unit>
C200H-series Unit
C200H-ID501
5VDC, 3.5mA, Connector, 32
inputs (Special I/O Unit)
Corresponding CS-series Unit
No replacement model
Description
Difference
TTL Input Unit with connector for 32 inputs. The CS-series does not have the
same type of Unit.
Use the C200H-ID501 with CS1, or use 24VDC Input Unit (CS1W-ID231) or
TTL Input/Output Unit (CS1W-MD561) instead.
<AC Input Unit>
C200H-series Unit
C200H-IA121
100-120VAC/10mA, and
Terminal block, 8 inputs
Corresponding CS-series Unit
CS1W-IA111
100-120VAC/10mA, 100 to
120VDC/1.5mA, Terminal block,
16 inputs
Description
100VAC Input Unit with
terminal block for 8 inputs.
Replace this unit with a
100VAC Input Unit with 16
inputs.
C200H-IA221
200-240VAC/10mA, and
Terminal block, 8 inputs
CS1W-IA211
200-240VAC/10mA, Terminal
block, 16 inputs
C200H-IA122/IA122V
100-120VAC/10mA, Terminal
block, 16 inputs, IA122V:
Complying with EC Directive
CS1W-IA111
100-120VAC/10mA, 100 to
120VDC/1.5mA, Terminal block,
16 inputs
200VAC Input Unit with
terminal block for 8 inputs.
Replace this unit with a
200VAC Input Unit with 16
inputs.
100VAC Input Unit with
terminal block for 16 inputs.
C200H-IA222/IA222V
200-240VAC/10mA, Terminal
block, 16 inputs, IA222V:
Complying with EC Directive
CS1W-IA211
200-240VAC/10mA, Terminal
block, 16 inputs
200VAC Input Unit with
terminal block for 16 inputs.
C200H-series Unit
C200H-IM211
12-24 VAC/VDC , Terminal
block, 8 inputs
Corresponding CS-series Unit
CS1W-ID211
24 VDC, 7mA, Terminal block, 16
inputs
C200H-IM212
24 VAC/VDC , Terminal
block, 16 inputs
CS1W-ID211
24 VDC, 7mA, Terminal block, 16
inputs
Description
AC/DC Input Unit with
terminal block for 8 inputs.
Replace this unit with a DC
Input Unit with 16 inputs.
*The CS-series does not have
the AC/DC Input Unit. If this
Unit is used with AC inputs,
continue using this Unit or
change the wiring for DC
inputs
AC/DC Input Unit with
terminal block for 16 inputs.
Replace this unit with a DC
Input Unit with 16 inputs.
* The CS-series does not
have the AC/DC Input Unit. If
this Unit is used with AC
inputs, continue using this
Unit or change the wiring for
DC inputs.
Difference
1) Terminal block
2) Input points (8 -> 16 points)
3) Input circuit specification
Input impedance (9.7kΩ/50Hz->10kΩ/50Hz)
ON Voltage (60V->65V)
4) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:10mA->110mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Input points (8 -> 16 points)
3) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:10mA->110mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Number of circuit (16 points/common x1
circuit ->8 points/common x2 circuits)
3) Input circuit specification
Input impedance (9.7kΩ/50Hz->10kΩ/50Hz)
ON Voltage (60VAC->65VAC)
Internal current consumption
(5VDC:10mA->110mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Number of circuit (16 points/common x1
circuit ->8 points/common x2 circuits)
3) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:10mA->110mA)
<AC/DC Input Unit>
Difference
1) Terminal block
2) Input points (8 -> 16 points)
3) Input circuit specification
Input voltage range(12 to 24
VAC/VDC->24VDC)
Input impedance(2kΩ->3.3kΩ)
ON Voltage (10.2VDC->14.4VDC)
OFF Voltage (3VDC->5VDC)
Internal current consumption
(5VDC:10mA->100mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Number of circuit (16 points/common x1
circuit ->8 points/common x2 circuits)
3) Input circuit specification
Input voltage range (24VAC/VDC->24VDC),
and input impedance (3kΩ->3.3kΩ)
4) Internal power consumption
(5VDC:10mA->100mA)
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■ Output Unit
(1) If different terminal block or connector is used, you have to change the wiring.
(2) If the number of circuit is different (increased), wire and connect the terminals and each common terminals.
(3) If the output specification is not same, check if there is no problem in operation.
(4) The relay lifetime might change depending on the usage, when the used relay is different. Refer to the
Appendix F Restrictions in Using C200H Special I/O Units in the CS1G/H-CPU**H/CS1G/H-CPU**-EV1 CS
SERIES CPU UNITS OPERATIAN MANUAL (Cat. No. W339) for details of the Output Units.
(5) If the current consumption is different, check if enough power supply capacity is provided
(6) If the voltage and current consumption of external power supply is different, check if enough power supply
capacity is provided.
(7) C200H-series Units can be used with CS1-series CPU Unit.
(8) Refer to related manuals for details, even if functions of C200H-series are supported by CS1-series Units,
since a part of specifications may differ.
<Relay Output Units>
C200H-series Unit
C200H-OC223
250VAC/24VDC, 2A,
Terminal block, 5 outputs
(independent contacts)
Corresponding CS-series Unit
CS1W-OC201
250 VAC or 120 VDC,
2 A max., terminal block, 8
outputs (Independent contacts)
Description
Relay Output Units with
terminal block for 5 outputs
(independent contacts).
Replace this unit with a Relay
Output Unit with 8 outputs
(independent contacts).
C200H-OC224
250VAC/24VDC, 2A,
Terminal block, 8 outputs
(independent contacts)
CS1W-OC201
250 VAC or 120 VDC,
2 A max., terminal block, 8
outputs (Independent contacts)
Relay Output Units with
terminal block for 8 outputs
(independent contacts).
C200H-OC224V, OC224N
250VAC/24VDC, 2A,
Terminal block, 8 outputs
(independent contacts)
CS1W-OC201
250 VAC or 120 VDC,
2 A max. , terminal block, 8
outputs (Independent contacts)
Relay Output Units with
terminal block for 8 outputs
(independent contacts).
C200H-OC221
250VAC/24VDC, 2A,
Terminal block, 8 outputs
CS1W-OC211
250 VAC or 120 VDC,
2 A max., terminal block,
16 outputs
Relay Output Units with
terminal block for 8 outputs.
Replace this unit with a Relay
Output Unit with 16 outputs.
C200H-OC222
250VAC/24VDC, 2A,
Terminal block, 12 outputs
CS1W-OC211
250 VAC or 120 VDC,
2 A max., terminal block,
16 outputs
Relay Output Units with
terminal block for 12 outputs.
Replace this unit with a Relay
Output Unit with 16 outputs.
C200H-OC222V, OC222N
250 VAC/24VDC,
2A, Terminal block, 12
outputs
CS1W-OC211
250 VAC or 120 VDC,
2 A max.
16 outputs
Relay Output Units with
terminal block for 12 outputs.
Replace this unit with a Relay
Output Unit with 16 outputs.
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Difference
1) Terminal block
2) Output points (independent contacts 5
points -> 8 points)
3) Output circuit specification
ON/OFF response time(10ms->15ms)
Used relay
4) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:10mA->100mA,
26VDC:46mA->48mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Output circuit specification
ON/OFF response time(10ms->15ms)
Used relay
3) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:10mA->100mA,
26VDC:75mA->48mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Output circuit specification
Used relay
3) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:10mA->100mA, 26VDC:90mA->
48mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Output points(8 -> 16 points)
3) Output circuit specification
ON/OFF response time(10ms->15ms)
Used relay
4) Internal current consumption (DC5V:
10mA->100mA, DC26V:75mA->96mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Output points(12 -> 16 points)
3) Number of circuit(12 points/common x1
circuit -> 8 points/common x2 circuits)
4) Output circuit specification
ON/OFF response time(10ms->15ms)
Used relay
5) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:10mA->100mA,
26VDC:75mA->96mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Output points (12 -> 16 points)
3) Number of circuit (12 points/common x1
circuit ->8 points/common x2 circuits)
4) Output circuit specification
Used relay
5) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:10mA->100mA,
26VDC:90mA->96mA)
<Relay Output Units>
C200H-series Unit
C200H-OC225
250VAC/24VDC, 2A,
Terminal block, 16 outputs
Corresponding CS-series Unit
CS1W-OC211
250VAC/120VDC, 2A, Terminal
block, 16 outputs
Description
Relay Output Units with
terminal block for 16 outputs.
C200H-OC226, OC226N
250VAC/24VDC, 2A,
Terminal block, 16 outputs
CS1W-OC211
250VAC/120VDC, 2A, Terminal
block, 16 outputs
Relay Output Units with
terminal block for 16 outputs.
C200H-series Unit
C200H-OD411
12-48 VDC, 1A, Sinking,
Terminal block, 8 outputs
Corresponding CS-series Unit
CS1W-OD211
12-24 VDC, 0.5A, Sinking,
Terminal block, 16 outputs
Description
Transistor Output Units with
terminal block for 8 outputs.
Replace this unit with a
Transistor Output Unit with 16
outputs.
C200H-OD213
24 VDC, 2.1A, Sinking,
Terminal block, 8 outputs
CS1W-OD211
12-24 VDC, 0.5A, Sinking,
Terminal block, 16 outputs
Transistor Output Units with
terminal block for 8 outputs.
Replace this unit with a
Transistor Output Unit with 16
outputs.
C200H-OD214
24 VDC, 0.8A, Sourcing,
Terminal block, load short
circuit protection, 8 outputs
CS1W-OD212
12-24 VDC, 0.5A, Sourcing,
Terminal block, load short circuit
protection, 16 outputs
Transistor Output Units with
terminal block for 8 outputs.
Replace this unit with a
Transistor Output Unit with 16
outputs.
C200H-OD216
5 - 24 VDC, 0.3A, Sourcing,
Terminal block, 8 outputs
CS1W-OD212
12-24 VDC, 0.5A, Sourcing,
Terminal block, load short circuit
protection, 16 outputs
Transistor Output Units with
terminal block for 8 outputs.
Replace this unit with a
Transistor Output Unit with 16
outputs.
C200H-OD211
24 VDC, 0.3A, Sinking,
Terminal block, 12 outputs
CS1W-OD211
12-24 VDC, 0.5A, Sinking,
Terminal block, 16 outputs
Transistor Output Units with
terminal block for 12 outputs.
Replace this unit with a
Transistor Output Unit with 16
outputs.
Difference
1) Terminal block
2) Number of circuit (16 points/common x1
circuit ->8 points/common x2 circuits)
3) Output circuit specification
ON/OFF response time (10ms->15ms)
Used relay
4) Internal current consumption (5VDC:
10mA->100mA, 26VDC: 75mA->96mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Number of circuit (16 points/common x1
circuit ->8 points/common x2 circuits)
3) Output circuit specification
Used relay
4) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:10mA->100mA,
26VDC:90mA->96mA)
<Transistor Output Units>
Difference
1) Terminal block
2) Output points (8 -> 16 points)
3) Output circuit specification
Output capacity (1A/point, 3A/Unit ->
0.5A/point, 8A/Unit)
Voltage range(12 to 48 VDC-> 12 to
24VDC)
Residual voltage(1.4V->1.5V)
ON response time(0.2ms->0.5ms)
OFF response time(0.3ms->1.0ms)
4) Internal current
consumption(5VDC:140mA->170mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Output points (8 -> 16 points)
3) Output circuit specification
Output capacity (2.1A/point, 5.2A/Unit ->
0.5A/point, 8A/Unit)
Residual voltage(1.4V->1.5V)
ON response time(0.2ms->0.5ms)
OFF response time(0.3ms->1.0ms)
4) Internal current
consumption(5VDC:140mA->170mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Output points (8 -> 16 points)
3) Output circuit specification
Output capacity(0.8A/point, 2.4A/Unit ->
0.5A/point, 5A/Unit)
ON response time(1ms->0.5ms)
4) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:140mA->170mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Output points (8 -> 16 points)
3) Output circuit specification
Output voltage range(5 to 24 VDC->
24VDC)
4) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:10mA->170mA,26VDC:75mA->0mA
)
5) External power supply (Not required ->
DC24V/40mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Output points (12 -> 16 points)
3) Number of circuit (12 points/common x1
circuit -> 8 points/common x2 circuits)
4) Output circuit specification
Residual voltage(1.4V->1.5V)
ON response time(0.2ms->0.5ms)
OFF response time(0.3ms->1.0ms)
5) Internal current
consumption(5VDC:160mA->170mA)
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<Transistor Output Units>
C200H-series Unit
C200H-OD217
24 VDC, 0.3A, Sourcing,
Terminal block, 12 outputs
Corresponding CS-series Unit
CS1W-OD212
12-24 VDC, 0.5A, Sourcing,
Terminal block, load short circuit
protection, 16 outputs
Description
Transistor Output Units with
terminal block for 12 outputs.
Replace this unit with a
Transistor Output Unit with 16
outputs.
C200H-OD212
24 VDC, 0.3A, Sinking,
Terminal block, 16 outputs
CS1W-OD211
12-24 VDC, 0.5A, Sinking,
Terminal block, 16 outputs
Transistor Output Units with
terminal block for 16 outputs.
C200H-OD21A
24 VDC, 1.0A, Sourcing,
Terminal block, load short
circuit protection, 16 outputs
CS1W-OD212
12-24 VDC, 0.5A, Sourcing,
Terminal block, load short circuit
protection, 16 outputs
Transistor Output Units with
terminal block for 16 outputs.
C200H-OD218
4.5 to 26.3 VDC, 0.1A,
Sinking, Connector, 32
outputs (Group-2)
CS1W-OD231
12-24 VDC, 0.5A, Sinking,
Connector, 32 outputs
Transistor Output Units with
connector for 32 outputs.
C200H-OD215
4.5 to 26.3 VDC, 0.1A,
Sinking, Connector, 32
outputs (Special I/O )
CS1W-OD231
12-24 VDC, 0.5A, Sinking,
Connector, 32 outputs
Transistor Output Units with
connector for 32 outputs.
*The CS-series does not have
Unit which supports Dynamic
Output. Continue using this
C200H Unit or change the
wiring for static mode.
C200H-OD21B
24 VDC, 0.5A, Sourcing,
Connector, load short circuit
protection, 32 outputs
(Group2)
CS1W-OD232
12 - 24 VDC, 0.5A, Sourcing,
Connector, load short circuit
protection, 32 outputs
Transistor Output Units with
connector for 32 outputs.
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Difference
1) Terminal block
2) Output points (12-> 16 points)
3) Number of circuit (12 points/common x1
circuit ->8 points/common x2 circuits)
4) Output circuit specification
Output voltage range (5 to 24 VDC ->
24VDC)
5) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:10mA->170mA, 26VDC:75mA->
0mA)
6) External power supply (Not required ->
24VDC:40mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Number of circuit (16 points/common x1
circuit ->8 points/common x2 circuits)
3) Output circuit specification
Residual voltage (1.4V->1.5V)
ON response time(0.2ms->0.5ms)
OFF response time(0.3ms->1.0ms)
1) Terminal block
2) Number of circuit (16 points/common x1
circuit ->8 points/common x2 circuits)
3) Output circuit specification
Output capacity (1A/point, 4A/Unit ->
0.5A/point, 5A/Unit)
Residual voltage (0.8V->1.5V)
ON response time (0.1ms->0.5ms)
OFF response time (0.3ms->1ms)
4) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:160mA-> 170mA)
5) External power supply (24 VDC: 35mA->
40mA)
6) Alarm output (Supported -> Not
supported)
1) Number of circuit (32 points/common x1
circuit ->16 points/common x2 circuits)
2) Output circuit specification
Output voltage range (5 to 24 VDC-> 12 to
24VDC)
Residual voltage (0.8V->1.5V)
ON response time (0.1ms->0.5ms)
OFF response time(0.4ms->1ms)
3) Internal current consumption(DC5V:
180mA->270mA)
4) External power supply (5 to 24
VDC:110mA -> 12 to 24VDC:50mA)
1) Connector
2) Output method (Dynamic or Static mode
-> Static only)
The specification of static is as follows.
3) Number of circuit (8 points/common x 4
circuits ->16 points/common x2 circuits)
4) Output circuit specification
Output voltage range(5 to 24 VDC -> 12 to
24VDC)
Residual voltage (0.7V->1.5V)
ON response time (0.2ms->0.5ms)
OFF response time (0.6ms->1ms)
5) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:220mA->270mA)
6) External power supply (5 to 24
VDC:90mA -> 12 to 24VDC:50mA)
1) Number of circuit (32 points/common x1
circuit ->16 points/common x2 circuits)
2) Output circuit specification
Output capacity (0.5A/point, 5A/Unit ->
0.5A/point, 2.5A/Common, 5A/Unit)
Residual voltage (0.8V->1.5V)
ON response time (0.1ms->0.5ms)
OFF response time (0.3ms->1ms)
3) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:180mA -> 270mA)
<Transistor Output Units>
C200H-series Unit
C200H-OD219
4.5 to 26.3 VDC, Sinking,
0.1A, Connector, 64 outputs
(Group2)
Corresponding CS-series Unit
CS1W-OD261
12-24 VDC, 0.3A, Sinking,
Connector, 64 outputs
Description
Transistor Output Units with
connector for 64 outputs..
Difference
1) Number of circuit (32 points/common x2
circuit ->16 points/common x4 circuits)
2) Output circuit specification
Output voltage range (5 to 24 VDC-> 12 to
24VDC)
Residual voltage (0.8V->1.5V)
ON response time (0.1ms->0.5ms)
OFF response time(0.4ms->1ms)
3) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:270mA->390mA)
<TTL Output Unit>
C200H-series Unit
C200H-OD501
5 VDC, 35A, Connector, 32
outputs (Special I/O)
Corresponding CS-series Unit
No replacement model
Description
Difference
TTL Output Unit with connector for 32 outputs. The CS-series does not have
the same type of Unit.
Continue using this Unit or use Transistor Output Unit (CS1W-OD231) or
TTL Input/Output Unit (CS1W-MD561) instead.
<Triac Output Unit>
C200H-series Unit
C200H-OA223
250VAC, 1.2A, Terminal
block, 8 outputs
Corresponding CS-series Unit
CS1W-OA201
250VAC, 1.2A, Terminal block, 8
outputs
Description
Triac Output Units with
terminal block for 8 outputs.
C200H-OA221
250VAC, 1.2A, Terminal
block, 8 outputs
CS1W-OA201
250VAC, 1.2A, Terminal block, 8
outputs
Triac Output Units with
terminal block for 8 outputs.
C200H-OA224
0.5 A 250 V AC, 0.5A,
Terminal block, 12 outputs
CS1W-OA211
0.5 A 250 V AC, 0.5A, Terminal
block, 16 outputs
Triac Output Units with
terminal block for 12 outputs.
Replace this unit with a Triac
Output Unit with 16 outputs.
C200H-OA222V
250 V AC, 0.3A, Terminal
block, 12 outputs (CE)
CS1W-OA211
0.5 A 250 V AC, 0.5A, Terminal
block, 16 outputs
Triac Output Units with
terminal block for 12 outputs.
Replace this unit with a Triac
Output Unit with 16 outputs.
Difference
1) Terminal block
2) Output circuit specification
Max. Inrush Current (15A: Pulsewidth
100ms, 30A: Pulsewidth 10ms->10A:
Pulsewidth 100ms and 20A: Pulsewidth
10ms)
3) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:180mA->230mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Output circuit specification
Max. Inrush Current (No regulation ->10A:
Pulsewidth 100ms and 20A: Pulsewidth
10ms)
Residual voltage (1.2VAC-> 50 to 1200mA:
1.5VAC 10 to 50mA: 5VAC)
OFF response time (1/2 of load frequency
or less -> 1/2 of load frequency+1 ms or
less)
3) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:140mA->230mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Output points (12 -> 16 points)
3) Number of circuit (12 points/common x1
circuit ->8 points/common x2 circuits)
4) Output circuit specification
Max. Switching Capacity (0.5 A 250 V AC, 2
A/Unit -> 0.5 A 250 V AC, 2 A/common, 4
A/Unit)
Max. Inrush Current (10A: pulse width: 100
ms, 20A: pulse width: 10 ms-> 15A: pulse
width: 10ms)
Min. Switching Capacity (10VAC: 100mA,
24VAC: 50mA, 100VAC: 10mA->75VAC:
50mA)
Residual voltage (1.5 V AC max. (50 to 500
mA)/5 -> 1.6 VAC (10 to 50 mA)
5) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:270mA->406mA)
1) Terminal block
2) Output points (12 -> 16 points)
3) Number of circuit (12 points/common x1
circuit ->8 points/common x2 circuits)
4) Output circuit specification
Max. Inrush Current (No regulation ->15A:
Pulsewidth 10ms)
Min. Switching Capacity (10 VAC: 10 mA
(resistive load)/40 mA (inductive load) ->
75VAC:50mA
Residual voltage(1.2VAC->1.6VAC)
ON response time (1/2 of load frequency or
less -> 1 ms or less)
OFF response time (1/2 of load frequency
or less-> 1/2 of load frequency+1 ms or
less)
5) Internal current consumption
(5VDC:200mA->406mA)
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■Input/Output Units
(1) The CS-series has two Input/Output Units: CS1W-MD261 and MD561. The unit area allocation is different from
C200H-series input/output units, since the number of input/output of CS-series unit is 32 points each.
(2) C200H-series Units can be used with CS1-series CPU Unit.
(3) Refer to related manuals for details, even if functions of C200H-series are supported by CS1-series Units, since
a part of specifications may differ.
<DC Input/Transistor Output Unit>
C200H-series Unit
C200H-MD115
12VDC/16 inputs, 12VDC/16
outputs (Sinking), Connector
(Special I/O)
C200H-MD215
24VDC/16 inputs, 5 to
24VDC/16 outputs (Sinking),
Connector (Special I/O)
Corresponding CS-series Unit
No replacement model
Description
Difference
Input/Output Unit with connector for 16 inputs/16 outputs. The CS-series
does not have the same type of Unit.
Use this Unit with CS1, or use CS1W-MD261 or MD561 instead.
No replacement model
Input/Output Unit with connector for 16 inputs/16 outputs. The CS-series
does not have the same type of Unit.
Use this Unit with CS1, or use CS1W-MD261 or MD561 instead.
<TTL Input/Output Units>
C200H-series Unit
C200H-MD501
5 VDC/16 inputs, 5 VDC/16
outputs, Connector (Special
I/O)
22
Corresponding CS-series Unit
No replacement model
Description
Difference
Input/Output Unit with connector for 16 inputs/16 outputs. The CS-series
does not have the same type of Unit.
Use this Unit with CS1, or use CS1W-MD261 or MD561 instead.
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