MX-U Series Quick Guide

CONNECTORS
DIGITAL I/O SPECIFICATIONS
Inputs
Format
Resistance
On current
Off current
Response Time
1. USB 3.0 Cameras 1 through 4
(MX-U20 Cameras 1 and 2 only)
MX-U Processors
2. Ethernet 2
3. Ethernet 1
Vision System
4. RS232 (COM 1)
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
DESCRIPTION
The MX-U machine vision processors offer the most powerful and flexible way
to solve even complex machine vision applications.
-Rugged IP20 housing
-Low Maintenance
-Industrial Application Design
-16 Inputs and Outputs
-Up to 4 USB cameras
-Gigabit Ethernet
-USB 3.0 camera communication
-Easily Accessed connectors
SUPPLY VOLTAGE CONNECTION
Power Connector
+ 24VDC Supply Plus
GND Functional Ground*
- 24VDC Supply Minus
Power 24 VDC
-
+
*Connect to ground using a conductor with minimum
2.5 mm² cross-section
Supplied Power Plug
STATUS LEDS AND BUTTONS
1.
Power, green
2.
HDD, Yellow
3.
Link, Yellow
4.
Run, Green
5.
Power Button
6.
Reset Button
Behind Front Cover
Power Button: Press and release to turn on the unit or shut down the OS
and switch off the unit. Press and hold to switch off without OS shutdown.
Reset Button: Triggers a hardware and PCI reset. The unit is restarted.
HASP KEY USB PORT
1.
7. Supply Voltage
8. 37 pin D-Sub Digital I/O
9. USB 2.0 – Keyboard/Mouse
Top View
COMMUNICATIONS
Camera communication and power are provided by the USB 3.0 camera
ports. Maximum cable length is 5 meters. Use only Datalogic provided cables.
Camera trigger and strobe output are provided by an external 6-pin I/O cable
with no connection to the processor. Use cable 606-0672-xx (unterminated) or
cable 606-0674-xx (with terminal block 661-0399 or 248-0140). Refer to the
U-Series Hardware Guide.
Behind Front Cover
Cable
Digital I/O 37-pin to Terminal Block 248-0110
Digital I/O 37-pin to pigtail
Part Number
606-0675-xx
431-0592-xx
Vision Program Manager (VPM) software installed on the processor is used to
create vision programs and configure input and output response. Refer to the
Impact Reference Guide for programming details.
MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS
DIGITAL I/O CONNECTIONS
Use cable 606-0675-xx (with terminal block 248-0110) or remove one end for
pigtail. Cable and terminal numbers are listed in the following table.
Use shielded cable for all connections. Note: Do not disconnect the cable at
the connector while power is on.
Pin/Terminal
Color Code
Signal Name
Number
1
Black
Output Minus (Note 1)
2
Brown
Input 1- and Event 13
Red
Input 2- and Event 24
Orange
Input 35
Yellow
Input 46
Green
Input 57
Blue
Input 68
Purple
Input 79
Gray
Input 810
White
Input 911
Pink
Input 1012
Light Green
Input 1113
Black/White
Input 1214
Brown/White
Input 1315
Red/White
Input 1416
Orange/White
Input 1517
Green/White
Input 1618
Blue/White
Input Plus (Note 2)
19
Purple/White
No Connection
20
Red/Black
Output Minus (Note 1)
21
Orange/Black
Output 1
22
Yellow/Black
Output 2
23
Green/Black
Output 3
24
Gray/Black
Output 4
25
Pink/Black
Output 5
26
Pink/Red
Output 6
27
Pink/Blue
Output 7
28
Pink/Green
Output 8
29
Light Blue
Output 9
30
Light Blue/Black
Output 10
31
Light Blue/Red
Output 11
32
Light Blue/Blue
Output 12
33
Light Blue/Green
Output 13
34
Gray/Red
Output 14
35
Gray/Green
Output 15
36
Purple/Black
Output 16
37
Blue/Black
Output Plus (Note 3)
NOTES :
1: Common Minus for output ports
(External 12 to 24VDC Minus)
2: Common Plus for input ports
(External 12 to 24VDC Plus)
3: Common Plus for output ports
(Not an output voltage source.
External 12 to 24VDC Plus is
required)
I/O Output Connection (Sinking)
I/O CONFIGURATION
37 pin D-Sub Digital I/O connector
Male Connector
Solder Side
2. USB Port for Hasp Key
To enable cameras and licenses, insert the
provided Hasp key in the USB port (labeled
USB5), located behind the Front Cover.
I/O Input Connection (Sinking)
DIGITAL I/O CABLES AND TERMINALS
Pin 1
Reset Button
606-0672-xx
EXAMPLE I/O CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
Specification
Opto-coupler isolated open collector output (current sink
type)
Output voltage
35 VDC (max)
Output current
100mA (per channel max)
Residual voltage 0.5V or less (Output current≤50mA), 1.0V or less
output on
(Output current≤100mA)
Response Time Within 200 µsec
6. DVI for Monitor
Processors
MX-U20: Intel Celeron 1.4 GHz; MX-U40: Intel Celeron 2.2 GHz ; MX-U80:
Intel Core i7 2.3 GHz
Storage
MX-U20 and MX-U40: 4 GB RAM - 60 GB SSD; MX-U80: 8 GB RAM - 128
GB SSD
USB 3.0 camera ports
MX-U20: 2; MX-U40 and MX-U80: 4
All MX-U processors have the following specifications:
• HD graphics (1920x1200)
• 2 x 10/100/1000 Mbps Base-T Network Interface
• Ethernet/IP, Modbus TCP, OPC communications are supported
• 1 x RS232 port
• 16 x Optically Isolated Digital In + 16 x Optically Isolated Digital Out
• Microsoft Windows OEM Embedded Standard 7 64-bit
Part Number
606-0674-xx
Outputs
Format
5. Display Port
SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS
Specification
Opto-coupler isolated input (current sink compatible)
4.7kΩ
2.0 mA or more
0.16 mA or less
Within 200 µsec
Cable
Camera Trigger and Strobe: 6-pin to Terminal
Block 248-0140 or 661-0399
Camera Trigger and Strobe: 6-pin to pigtail
TECHNICAL DATA
Supply voltage (Vs)
Nominal Current Draw
Inputs
Input current
Outputs
Output Voltage
Output current
Output saturation voltage
Network interface
Camera interface USB 3.0
Dimensions
Data retention
Temperature
Relative Humidity (30 °C)
Vibrations
(EN60068-2-6)
Shock resistance
(EN60068-2-27)
Housing material
Mechanical protection (EN 60529)
Weight
MM
CAMERA CABLES, TERMINALS, AND CONFIGURATION
Camera trigger and strobe output are provided by an external 6-pin I/O cable
with no connection to the processor. Use cable 606-0672-xx (unterminated) or
cable 606-0674-xx (with terminal block 661-0399 or 248-0140). Refer to the
U-Series Hardware Guide.
24 VDC ± 25%
5.5 A at 24 VDC
16 opto-isolated
ON: 2.0 mA or more
Off: 0.16 mA or less
16 opto-isolated current sinking
35 VDC (max)
100 mA max per output
<1V
10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet x 2
5 Gigabit/s max
1 A Max per connection
130 × 270 × 254.75 mm
Non-volatile SSD memory
Operating: 0 °C to 55 °C
Storage: -20 °C to 60 °C
Operating: 10 to 90%
Storage: 5 to 95%
2 to 8 Hz: 1.75 mm amplitude /
9 to 200 Hz: 0.5 g
11 MS (15 G)
Galvanized plate, plastic
IP20
2050 g
COMPLIANCE
Only connect Ethernet and dataport connections to a network which has routing only within the plant or
building and no routing outside the plant or building.
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.
FCC COMPLIANCE
Modifications or changes to this equipment without the expressed written approval of Datalogic could
void the authority to use the equipment.
This device complies with PART 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference which may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We DATALOGIC AUTOMATION declare under our sole responsibility that these products are conform
to the 2004/108/CE and successive amendments.
WARRANTY
DATALOGIC AUTOMATION warrants its products to be free from defects.
DATALOGIC AUTOMATION will repair or replace, free of charge, any product found to be defective
during the warranty period of 24 months from the manufacturing date.
This warranty does not cover damage or liability deriving from the improper application of DATALOGIC
AUTOMATION products.
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