For A Ethernet Interface Module User’s Manual (Hardware) AJ71E71N-B5T, A1SJ71E71N-B5T AJ71E71N-B2, A1SJ71E71N-B2 Thank you for buying the Mitsubishi general-purpose programmable logic controller MELSEC-A Series Prior to use, please read both this manual and detailed manual thoroughly and familiarize yourself with the product. MODEL E71N-U-HW MODEL 13JT70 CODE IB (NA)-0800203-A (0201) MEE 2002 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION ! SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ! (Always read before starting use) When using Mitsubishi equipment, thoroughly read this manual and the associated manuals introduced in the manual. Also pay careful attention to safety and handle the module properly. These precautions apply only to the installation of Mitsubishi equipment and the wiring with the external device. Refer to the user’s manual of the CPU module to be used for a description of the PLC system safety precautions. These SAFETY PRECAUTIONS classify the safety precautions into two categories: "DANGER" and "CAUTION". DANGER Procedures which may lead to a dangerous condition and cause death or serious injury if not carried out properly. CAUTION Procedures which may lead to a dangerous condition and cause superficial to medium injury, or physical damage only, if not carried out properly. CAUTION may also be linked Depending on circumstances, procedures indicated by to serious results. In any case, it is important to follow the directions for usage. Store this manual in a safe place so that you can take it out and read it whenever necessary. Always forward it to the end user. [DESIGN PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ! When laying the control wire or communication cable, do not bundle with or place near main circuit or power line. Keep them at least 100 mm (3.94 in.) away from such cables. Noise may cause erroneous operation. [INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ! Use the PLC in the environment given in the general specifications section of the user's manual to be used. Using the PLC outside the range of the general specifications may result in electric shock, fire, or erroneous operation or may damage or degrade the product. A- 1 [INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ! Install so that the tabs at the bottom of the module fit securely into the base unit mounting holes. (The AnS series module shall be fastened by screws in the base unit at the specified torque.) Not installing the module correctly could result in erroneous operation, damage, or pieces of the product falling. ! Tighten the screw within the range of specified torque. If the screws are loose, it may result in fallout, short circuits or malfunction. Tightening the screws to far may cause damage to the screw and/or the module, resulting in fallout, short circuits or malfunction. ! Make sure to switch all phases of the external power supply off before mounting or removing the module. If you do not switch off the external power supply, it will cause electric shock or damage to the product. ! Do not touch the electronic parts or the module conducting area directly. It may cause erroneous operation or failure. [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ! Perform correct pressure-displacement, crimp-contact or soldering for external wire connections using the tools specified by the manufactures. Incorrect connection may cause short circuits, fire or malfunction. ! Attach connector to the module securely. ! Be sure to fix communication cables or power supply cables leading from the module by placing them in the duct or clamping them. Cables not placed in the duct or without clamping may hang or shift, alllowing them to be accidentally pulled, which may cause a module malfunction and cable damage. ! Tighten the screw within the range of specified torque. If the screws are loose, it may result in short circuits or malfunction. Tightening the screws to far may cause damage to the screw and/or the module, resulting in fallout, short circuits or malfunction. ! Do not grab on the cable when removing the communication cable connected to the module. When removing the cable with a connector, hold the connector on the side that is connected to the module. When removing the cable connected to the terminal block, first loosen the screws on the part that is connected to the terminal block. Pulling the cable that is still connected to the module may cause a malfunction or damage to the module or cable. ! Solder coaxial cable connectors properly. Insufficient soldering may cause malfunction. ! Be sure that cuttings, wire chips, or other foreign matter do not enter the module. Foreign matter may start a fire or cause an accident or erroneous operation. A- 2 Revisions The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover. Print Date Jan., 2002 Manual Number IB(NA)-0800203-A Revision First printing This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual. 2002 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION A- 3 CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. Overview............................................................................................................................. 1 Performance Specifications................................................................................................ 2 Settings and Names of Each Part ...................................................................................... 4 Loading and Installation...................................................................................................... 8 4.1 Handling Precautions ................................................................................................... 8 4.2 Installation Environment ............................................................................................... 8 5. Connection to a Network .................................................................................................... 9 5.1 Connecting to the 10BASE-T (AJ71E71N-B5T, A1SJ71E71N-B5T).......................... 10 5.2 Connecting to the 10BASE5 (AJ71E71N-B5T, A1SJ71E71N-B5T) ........................... 10 5.3 Connecting to the 10BASE2 (AJ71E71N-B2, A1SJ71E71N-B2)................................ 10 6. External Dimensions......................................................................................................... 11 A- 4 About the Manuals The following product are available for this equipment. Refer to the table given below to choose suitable manuals. Related Manual Manual name For A Ethernet Interface Module User’s Manual Manual No. (Model code) SH-080192 (13JR45) Conformation to the EMC Directive and Low Voltage Instruction For details on making Mitsubishi PLC conform to the EMC directive and low voltage instruction when installing it in your product, please refer to Chapter 3, "EMC Directive and Low Voltage Instruction" of the User's Manual (Hardware) for the CPU module to use. The CE logo is printed on the rating plate on the main body of the PLC that conforms to the EMC directive and low voltage instruction. For information about conforming this product to the EMC directive and low voltage instruction, please refer to Chapter 3 "EMC Directive and low Voltage Instruction," section "3.1.3. Cable" of the User's Manual (Hardware) for the CPU module to use. A- 5 1. Overview This manual explains how to install the following Ethernet interface modules (abbreviated as E71 hereafter) for A series PLC CPU and how to wire them with external devices. After unpacking E71, verify that the following parts are contained. Model name Product name No. of items AJ71E71N-B2 type Ethernet Interface Module 1 AJ71E71N-B2 F type Connector (A6RCON-F) 1 AJ71E71N-B5T AJ71E71N-B5T type Ethernet Interface Module 1 A1SJ71E71N-B2 type Ethernet Interface Module 1 A1SJ71E71N-B2 F type Connector (A6RCON-F) 1 A1SJ71E71N-B5T A1SJ71E71N-B5T type Ethernet Interface Module 1 1 2. Performance Specifications The performance specifications of E71 is shown below. See CPU module user’s manual to be used for E71 general specifications. Topic Data transmission speed Transmission method Maximum distance between nodes Transmission Maximum segment specifications length Specifications 10BASE2 10BASE5 10 Mbps Base band 2500 m (8202.10 ft.) 925 m (3034.77 ft.) 500 m (1640.42 ft.) 185 m (606.96 ft.) Maximum number of nodes/connection 100 nodes per segment 30 nodes per segment Minimum distance between nodes 2.5 m (8.20 ft.) 0.5 m (1.64 ft.) — Possible number open simultaneously Fixed buffer Random access buffer 8 connections : 1 k word × 8 : 3 k word × 2 Sending/receiving communication data memory for storage Number of input output power points 5 V DC internal consumption current External dimensions Connector Cable — 100 m (328.1 ft.) ( 1) Cascade connection is a maximum 4 stages 32 points ( 2) AJ71E71N-B2 AJ71E71N-B5T A1SJ71E71N-B2 A1SJ71E71N-B5T 12 V DC external power supply capacity Mass 10BASE-T ( 3) : 0.56A : 0.48A : 0.64A : 0.42A — AJ71E71N-B2, AJ71E71N-B5T : 250 (9.8) (H) × 37.5 (1.5) (W) × 106 (4.2 ) (D) mm (inch) ( 4) A1SJ71E71N-B2, A1SJ71E71N-B5T : 130 (5.1) (H) × 34.5 (1.4) (W) × 93.6 (3.7) (D) mm (inch) ( 4) AJ71E71N-B2 : 0.35 kg AJ71E71N-B5T : 0.35 kg A1SJ71E71N-B2 : 0.20 kg A1SJ71E71N-B2 : 0.20 kg D-sub connector Modular jack BCN connector (Male 15-pin) (RJ45) Coaxial Cable Un-shield twisted AUI cable (RG58A/U, pair cable (UTP (Twisted pair cable) RG58C/U) category 3 (4, 5)) 1 Length between hub and node. 2 I/O assignment should be set by special 32 points when performed with GX Developer. 3 It is required to use that which satisfies the specifications of the transceiver and the AUI cable, considering the voltage drop in E71 (Maximum 0.8 V). 4 The protuberance of E71 is not included in the dimensions. 2 Notes (1) Each item in the transmission specifications gives supplementary explanation. • When connected by 10BASE2, 10BASE5 Segment length Node Transceiver Terminator Node Node Repeater Maximum distance between nodes Node Node • When connected by 10BASE-T Hub Maximum 100 m (328.1 ft.) Cascade connection is a maximum of 4 stages Maximum 100 m (328.1 ft.) E71 (2) Hardware specifications for E71 are based on IEEE802.3. 3 Segment length Segment length Repeater 3. Settings and Names of Each Part AJ71E71N-B5T AJ71E71N-B2 AJ71E71N-B5T A J71E71N-B2 BUF1 BUF2 BUF3 BUF4 BUF5 BUF6 BUF7 BUF8 RUN RDY BSY SW.ERR. COM.ERR. CPU R/W BUF1 BUF2 BUF3 BUF4 BUF5 BUF6 BUF7 BUF8 RUN RDY BSY SW.ERR. COM.ERR. CPU R/W 1) TEST TEST ERR. 34 5 OFF ON SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5 SW6 SW7 SW8 MODE BCD 89 67 A 89 67 A 0:ONLINE 1:OFFLINE 2:TEST1 3:TEST2 4:TEST3 2) 34 5 01 EF 2 2) 01 EF 2 MODE BCD 0:ONLINE 1:OFFLINE 2:TEST1 3:TEST2 4:TEST3 1) TEST TEST ERR. OFF ON SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5 SW6 SW7 SW8 3) 3) 4) 5) 10BASE-T EXT.PW EXT.PW 6) (FG) 7) 10BASE5 8) For AJ71E71N-B5T A1SJ71E71N-B5T A1SJ71E71N-B2 A1SJ71E71N-B2 2) 4) 3) 1) MODE 0:ONLINE 1:OFFLINE 2:TEST1 3:TEST2 4:TEST3 8 9A 78 9A 6 34 5 OFF ON BCD BUF1 BUF2 BUF3 BUF4 BUF5 BUF6 BUF7 BUF8 RUN RDY BSY SW.ERR. COM.ERR. TEST TEST ERR. CPU R/W BCD 01 EF 2 10BASET 1) MODE 01 EF 2 0:ONLINE 1:OFFLINE 2:TEST1 3:TEST2 4:TEST3 BUF1 BUF2 BUF3 BUF4 BUF5 BUF6 BUF7 BUF8 67 RUN RDY BSY SW.ERR. COM.ERR. TEST TEST ERR. CPU R/W 345 A1SJ71E71N-B5T SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5 SW6 SW7 SW8 2) 3) OFF ON A1SJ71E71N-B5T only 10BASE5 7) 8) EXT.PW A1SJ71E71N-B5T For A1SJ71E71N-B5T 4 6) A1SJ71E71N-B2 No 1) 2) 3) 4) Designation Display LED Operation mode setting switch Exchange condition setting switch 10BASE-T connector 5) External power supply indicator lamp 6) External power supply terminal 7) AUI cable connector 8) 10BASE2 connector Contents Refer to (1) Refer to (2) Refer to (3) Connector for connecting the E71 to the 10BASE-T. Lamp for verifying if power is being supplied to the transceiver when used as 10BASE5. ON: Power supplying OFF: Power not supplied When connecting with 10BASE-T, verification is unnecessary. Power source terminals for power source supply to the transceiver in the connection of 10BASE5. (14.08 V to 15.75 V) When connecting with 10BASE-T, verification is unnecessary. Connector for connecting the E71 to the 10BASE5. (For connection of 10BASE5-use AUI cable (transceiver cable)) Connector for connecting the E71 to the 10BASE2. (1) Display LED display contents Display LED RUN RDY BSY SW.ERR. COM.ERR. CPU R/W BUF1 to BUF8 TEST TEST ERR. Display contents Normal operation display When lamp is lit Lamp is not lit Normal Error Starts flashing when On-line Operations Exchange ready end display begin Exchange processing executing Turns on when exchange processing display with remote node is being executed. (For system) — — Exchange error detection display Exchange error Normal Exchange processing executing Exchanging Not exchanging with PLC CPU display Display of communication line connection status of connection Open completed Closed status No.n corresponding to BUFn. Self diagnosis Self diagnosis Self diagnostic executing display executing completed Self diagnosis results display Error Normal 5 Remark The order of the display LEDs is shown below. AJ71E71N-B5T,AJ71E71N-B2 A1SJ71E71N-B5T,A1SJ71E71N-B2 RUN RDY BSY SW.ERR. COM.ERR. TEST TEST ERR. CPU R/W BUF1 BUF2 BUF3 BUF4 BUF5 BUF6 BUF7 BUF8 RUN RDY BSY SW.ERR. COM.ERR. CPU R/W BUF1 BUF2 BUF3 BUF4 BUF5 BUF6 BUF7 BUF8 TEST TEST ERR. (2) Operation mode setting switch setting Set the E71 operation mode. (Usually set to on-line) Operation mode setting switch Setting number 012 8 9A EF 67 Setting contents Performs exchange with remote node in the normal operation mode. Disconnects the local station from the 1 Off-line network Performs a self diagnosis test using a self 2 Test 1 loopback test. 3 Test 2 Performs a RAM test. 4 Test 3 Performs a ROM test. 5 to F Usage not impossible (This is set at “0 (on-line)” at the time of shipping from factory.) 0 BCD Setting designation On-line 6 345 (3) Communications exchange condition setting switch setting Set the conditions for data communication with other nodes. Communications exchange condition Switch setting switch Setting designation SW1 Line processing selection during TCP timeout error SW2 Data code setting OFF ON SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5 SW6 SW7 SW8 SW3 to SW6 SW7 SW8 — Setting contents Selects the line processing when the TCP ULP time out error occurrence. ( 1) OFF Close the circuit. ON Do not close the circuit. Selects the type of data code for exchanging data with the remote node. Conducts exchange in binary OFF code. Conducts exchange in ASCII ON code. Usage not possible (Fixed to OFF) Selects whether to approve or forbid data arriving from the remote node CPU exchange when a PLC CPU is running. timing setting OFF Writing prohibited. ON Writing approved. Selects the initial processing starts up timing. ( 2) Quick start (starts without a delay time)---Set when one OFF Initial timing network is used for the entire setting configuration. Normal start (start after a delay of 20 seconds)---Use when the ON entire configurations is made up of multiple networks. (This is set at "OFF" at the time of shipping from factory.) 1 Set to OFF for normal use. When a TCP ULP time out error (error code: 9059H) occurs due to data transfer from remote node while this switch is set to ON, run the close and open operations with the sequence program. 2 Set to OFF for normal use. 7 4. Loading and Installation The following is explanations of the handling precautions and installation environment which is common to modules when handling E71 from unpacking to installation. For the details of loading and installation of the module, refer to User’s Manual of CPU module to be used. 4.1 Handling Precautions The following is an explanation of handling precautions of the module. (1) Because the case of the module is made of resin, be careful not to drop it or expose it to strong impact. (2) Execute tightening of the module's installation screws within the range indicated below. Tightening torque range Screw position AJ71E71N A1SJ71E71N B5T B2 B5T B2 External power supply 98 to 137 N⋅cm 40 N⋅cm — — terminal screw ( 1) (M4 screw) (M2.5 screw) 78 to 118 N⋅cm Module fixing screw (M4 screw) 1: This terminal is used as an external power input terminal for supplying power to the transceiver when being connected to a 10BASE5. Input of external power to the external power supply terminal is not required when being connected to a 10BASE-T. 4.2 Installation Environment Refer to User’s Manual of CPU module to be used. 8 5. Connection to a Network The following is an explanation of the connection method of the E71 to the 10 BASE-T, 10BASE5 or the 10BASE2. Point (1) Installation procedures of the network require sufficient safety measures. For the execution of such operations as terminal processing of connection cable, trunk line cable etc., please consult with a trained professional. (2) When the customer's products match the EMC instructions and the low voltage instructions for connecting E71, use the method in (4) below to install the ferrite core. (3) When there is a communication error caused by high frequency noise due to the installation environment, take the following steps. • The ferrite core can be installed using the steps in (4) below. • When communicating with TCP/IP, increase the count of communication retries. • When connecting to 10 BASE-T, use an unshield twisted pair cable (UTP category 5). • When connecting to 10BASE2, use a double shielded coaxial cable. Shield • When connecting to 10BASE5 or 10BASE2, ground the shield of the coaxial cable at both the local station and companion connected device. (Ground at a place near the connector.) (4) Below are the steps for installing the ferrite core based on connection to the 10BASE5 network. Please install the ferrite core ( 1) on the side of the E71 or external devices / the AUI cables transceiver. 1 It is possible to use a TDK Corporation style ZCAT 2032-0930. (For 10BASE5 connection) E71 AUI cable Ferrite core Coaxial cable for 10BASE5 Transceiver (5) When using A1SJ71E71N-B5T, when the FG signal is regulated on the side of the external power supply of the original power supply for the transceiver, ground the FG signal at the original power supply. 9 5.1 Connecting to the 10BASE-T (AJ71E71N-B5T, A1SJ71E71N-B5T) <Connection procedure> 1) Connect the twisted pair cable and the hub. 2) Connect the twisted pair cable to the E71. For AJ71E71N-B5T 5.2 Connecting to the 10BASE5 (AJ71E71N-B5T, A1SJ71E71N-B5T) <Connection procedure> ( 1) 1) Slide the retainer toward the direction A as shown in the figure. 2) Push in the AUI cable connector all the way. 3) Slide the retainer toward the direction B as shown in the figure. 4) Confirm that the AUI cable is locked. 5) Supply power to the transceiver ( 2). (Refer to 3 in Chapter 2) Supply power for transceiver AUI Cable A For AJ71E71N-B5T B Retainer 1 Connect the AUI cable while the power to the module mounting station is turned off. 2 Use a transceiver with a function that is generally called SQETEST or heart beat (a transceiver function that emits signals to notify whether the transceiver is operating normally at the end of communication). 5.3 Connecting to the 10BASE2 (AJ71E71N-B2, A1SJ71E71N-B2) For AJ71E71N-B2  <Connection procedure> ( 2) 1) Push in the connector by aligning the groove  and tab  as shown in the figure. 2) While pushing in the connector, rotate it clockwise by a 1/4 turn. 3) Turn until the connector locks. 4) Confirm that the connector is locked.  10 6. External Dimensions (1) AJ71E71N-B5T A J71E71N-B5T RUN BUF1 BUF2 BUF3 BUF4 BUF5 BUF6 BUF7 BUF8 RDY BSY SW.ERR. COM.ERR. CPU R/W TEST TEST ERR. 89 67 A 0 EF 12 MODE BCD 0:ONLINE 1:OFFLINE 2:TEST1 3:TEST2 4:TEST3 345 OFF ON 250 (9.84) SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5 SW6 SW7 SW8 10BASE-T ( 1) R1 EXT.PW EXT.PW (FG) 10BASE5 R2 ( 2) 106 (4.17) 13.8 (0.52) 37.5 (1.48) Unit:mm(inch) 1 When connecting the twisted pair cable, make the bend radius (R1: scale value) in the vicinity of the connector to (cable outside diameter × 4) or more. 2 When connecting the AUI cable, make the bend radius (R2: Scale value) in the vicinity of the connector to (cable outside diameter × 4) or more. 3 The external dimension diagram of the AJ71E71N-B2 is the same as AJ71E71N-B5T except interface unit. The following shows the external dimension diagram of the interface unit. 55.7 (2.19) 4.2 (0.17) 106 (4.17) 11 (2) A1SJ71E71N-B5T A1SJ71E71N-B5T BUF1 BUF2 BUF3 BUF4 BUF5 BUF6 BUF7 BUF8 0:ONLINE 1:OFFLINE 2:TEST1 3:TEST2 4:TEST3 MODE 6789A BCD EF012 345 ( 1) RUN RDY BSY SW.ERR. COM.ERR. TEST TEST ERR. CPU R/W 10BASET 130 (5.12) OFF ON R1 10BASE5 R2 ( 2) EXT.PW A1SJ71E71N-B5T 6.5 (0.26) 7.5 (0.30) 93.6 (3.69) 34.5 (1.36) Unit:mm(inch) 1 When connecting the twisted pair cable, make the bend radius (R1: scale value) in the vicinity of the connector to (cable outside diameter × 4) or more. 2 When connecting the AUI cable, make the bend radius (R2: Scale value) in the vicinity of the connector to (cable outside diameter × 4) or more. 3 The external dimension diagram of the A1SJ71E71N-B2 is the same as A1SJ71E71N-B5T except interface unit. The following shows the external dimension diagram of the interface unit. 56.0 (2.20) 6.5 (0.26) 93.6 (3.69) Ethernet is the registered trademark of XEROX CO., LTD. 10BASE2 is the formal way to say Cheapernet. 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