Serial Network Solutions

Serial Network
Solutions
Solenoid Valve Manifolds and Discrete I/O for Serial Networks
HAVE YOU
SIMPLIFIED
YOUR
DESIGN
WITH
SERIAL
NETWORKING?
WHAT IS
SERIAL
What Is
SERIAL NETWORKING
Technology
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Serial Networking technology is fast becoming an
integral part of many factory automation
applications. Many are realizing the incredible
benefits Serial Networks bring to their production
efficiency, product quality, and ultimately, their
bottom line.
HARD-WIRED Control System
Standard
Valve
Manifolds
PLC
But what is Serial Networking technology?
Serial Network systems use serial transmission to
enable controllers (a PC or PLC) to control
remotely located process equipment. Programmed
commands are generated by the controller and are
sent through a two-wire (twisted pair cable)
connection to a remote input/output (remote I/O)
block. These inputs and outputs are then
connected to devices such as pneumatic solenoid
valves, sensors, or instrumentation of some type.
SERIAL INTERFACE Control System
Serial Interface
Valve
Manifolds
S.I. Unit
S.I. Unit
S.I. Unit
PLC
So why does Serial Networking have such an
impact on your profitability? To truly appreciate
Serial Interface technology, you should understand
the difference between a serial and a conventional
control system.
GATEWAY SERIAL TRANSMISSION Control System
Input
Block
PLC
Manifold
GATEWAY
UNIT
w/Serial
Connection
Manifold
Manifold
Manifold
In a conventional control system, I/O cards are
located inside the PLC chassis. All wire
connections from actuators, limit switches,
proximity switches, regulators, etc. have to be fed
back to the PLC. Big deal? Well, depending upon
the complexity of the system, the number of wires
can easily be in the thousands. Try troubleshooting
that system with any speed or efficiency.
In a Serial Network system, all the I/O cards and
the enormous bundle of wires are replaced with a
few cables, a scanner, a Serial Interface unit, and
input device. Troubleshooting is quick because of
the diagnostic capabilities that are inherent to Serial
Network systems.
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NETWORKING
TECHNOLOGY
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Serial Network Systems
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
System integrators and engineers have the
freedom needed to design world-class control
systems thanks to the SMC family of Serial
Network (otherwise known as Serial Interface)
products.
SMC’s modular approach to solving system
control problems provides for maximum flexibility.
And with SMC’s unequalled reputation for high
quality manifolds and valves, you know the entire
system will optimize the integrity of your design.
Series EX250 and EX500 Serial Network
components are just two examples of our
commitment to provide these solutions to your
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control system problems…
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EX250
This advanced system not only has
32 sensor input points (in addition
to 32 solenoid valve output points),
but it is also IP67 rated for those
applications in adverse conditions.
Series EX250’s self-diagnostic
functions
help
you
quickly
identify problems that could
have otherwise caused major
downtime.
The EX250 device is
built with self-diagnostic
features to protect the input blocks from over-current and to detect insufficient voltage supply to
the valves.
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Serial Network Systems
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
EX500 SYSTEM
The true power of a serial system is the amount
of flexibility and control it gives you in addition to
the significant cost savings. SMC’s latest innovation
in serial technology…EX500…gives you the power
of decentralized control and the flexibility needed for
your design.
Series EX500 consists of
a gateway unit that gives
decentralized control of 4
branches of 16 inputs and
16 outputs per branch
(a total of 128 I/O points!).
Series
EX500
also
harnesses the power of
our latest valve manifolds
— the Series SV and the
VQC valve.
The IP65 rating of all
EX500 components will
ensure the continued error-free operation of your
serial system in just about any environment in which
your automation applications are located.
SMC’S TOTAL SOLUTION
It is our goal to provide you with not just one single innovative, high-quality product, but rather
a large complement of products that provide a TOTAL SOLUTION for your automation
application needs.
SMC offers a huge array of pneumatic and electronic products that can be integrated into
your Serial Network system with ease and reducing your cost of ownership.
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Why Use A Serial Network?
Is It Right For You?
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
Serial Networks typically communicate
FASTER WIRING
through just a few cable connections.
Imagine communicating with hundreds
of inputs and outputs without having
to hard-wire each one back to the PLC
or controller.
Installing your machine either as a stand-
QUICK INSTALLATION
alone application or part of an entire line
HARD-WIRED Control System
Standard
Valve
Manifolds
SERIAL INTERFACE Control System
use of a Serial Network. The modular
S.I. Unit
PLC
is a much quicker process through the
Serial Interface
Valve
Manifolds
S.I. Unit
S.I. Unit
components can make your installation
PLC
as easy as “plug and play”.
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SIMPLER MAINTENANCE
Have a problem? Save precious time by
merely checking the LED display on the
serial unit, which will tell you if the device
in question is working or not. It sure
beats checking every wire and I/O point.
CAN I BENEFIT FROM USING SERIAL NETWORK PRODUCTS?
Ask yourself these questions. The more questions you answer YES to, the more you should
consider using serial network products from SMC.
Do you have multiple solenoid valve manifolds on your machine?
YES
Would you benefit from spending less time wiring your machines?
YES
Are you looking for ways to reduce your machine's footprint?
YES
Do you want to be able to modify your machine's design more efficiently?
YES
Are your customers looking for the latest technology in your design?
YES
Would you like to simplify troubleshooting and maintenance?
YES
Do you want better communication and control capabilities for your system?
YES
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Benefits of Serial Network Systems
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
Adding or moving devices can be a
FLEXIBLE INSTALLATION
tedious and time-consuming task when
they're hard-wired, but with a Serial
Network, expansion and modification
can be as simple as unplugging a phone
in the den and reconnecting it in the
kitchen!
Reducing the number of wires from
SMALLER SIZE
hundreds (or even thousands) to a few
will make a huge difference in your
footprint space. An additional benefit is
not having as many I/O cards to deal
with.
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Imagine having fewer wires to number,
LOWER COST OF OWNERSHIP
route, and terminate…fewer I/O cards for
your PLC…faster and more effective
maintenance. A Serial Network system
can achieve all of the above and more.
It all adds up to greater added value.
READ ON TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR SERIAL NETWORK PRODUCTS
Which Protocols Do We Support? .................... Pg. 8
Series EX250 ................................................... Pg. 27
Solutions for the Automotive Industry .............. Pg. 14
Series EX240 ................................................... Pg. 28
Solutions for the Semiconductor Industry ....... Pg. 16
Series EX230 ................................................... Pg. 29
Solutions for the Packaging Industry .............. Pg. 18
Series EX313 ................................................... Pg. 30
Solutions for the Medical Industry ................... Pg. 20
EX120/121/122 Series .................................... Pg. 31
Frequently Asked Questions ........................... Pg. 22
Other SMC Serial Network Product Series .... Pg. 32
Cost Benefits of SMC Serial Network Products ..... Pg. 23
Series ITV-X80 ................................................. Pg. 33
Serial Network Product Series Overview ....... Pg. 24
Serial Network Glossary of Terms .................. Pg. 34
Series EX500 ................................................... Pg. 26
Sales Branch Information ................................ Pg. 35
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Solutions for DeviceNetTM
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
DeviceNet TM is a low-cost and simple network solution that connects a wide range of intelligent devices.
With DeviceNet TM the cost and time to wire and install devices is dramatically reduced. DeviceNet TM is an
open communication network. Visit the DeviceNet TM website at www.odva.org.
Serial Unit
Inputs
64
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8
32
0
32∗
Outputs
Features
IP65
64
EX500-GDN1 Gateway (GW) unit
EX500-S001 for SV valve
EX500-Q001, EX500-Q101 for VQC valve
• Modular system controls up to four 16-solenoid valve manifolds and four
16-input units.
• Decentralized control of solenoid valve manifolds with SI and input units
• Separate modular NPN & PNP input blocks allow you to add or remove
inputs (2 per block) without rewiring or re-addressing.
• IP65 protection rating
• Use with Series VQC1000/2000/4000 and SV1000/2000/3000/4000
valves.
GW unit
IP65
SI unit
with SV
valves :
IP65
SI unit
with VQC
valves:
IP67
EX250-SDNI (SI unit)
EX250-IE1/-IE2/-IE3 (Input block)
• Controls up to 32 solenoid valves and receives up to 32 inputs
depending on the number of input blocks installed
• Input blocks can be added or removed at the point of use without
32 on
rewiring or re-addressing.
Series SV • Both M8 and M12 input connectors are available, and can be mixed on
one manifold.
valves
• Built with two self-diagnostic features:
1. Over-current protection of input blocks (mechanical fuse)
24 on
2. Detects insufficient voltage supply to the valves and cuts-off network
communication
Series VQC
With a special option (available with model EX250-SDN1-X102), the
valves
network communication can still be maintained, sending voltage
status to the master PC/PLC.
• IP67 protection rating
• Only for negative common valve
• Use with Series VQC1000/2000/4000 and SV1000/2000/3000 valves
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16
IP67
IN313-DN1-B
• Controls up to 16 single solenoid valves (A combination of single and
double solenoid valves as long as the maximum number of solenoids
does not exceed 16)
• Can be configured locally via the DIP switches or remotely via the
DeviceNet network
• LED indicator for each output
• Use with Series (N)VFR, (N)VFS, (N)VZS, and ISO valves
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EX230-SDN1
• DeviceNet compatible
• 16 solenoid outputs and 32 inputs are available on the SI unit Out of 32
inputs
• 16 inputs monitor solenoid overcurrent
• 1 input monitors valve external power
• 5 inputs accessible to the user via 3 numbers , M12 connectors
• 2 inputs are reserved for actual application like weld package use
• 8 inputs are inaccessible to the user.
• LED indicators for each output for overload indication.
• IP65 protection
• Applicable to Series VSS/VSR ISO plug-in valves
Y
DeviceNet is a Trademark of the Open DeviceNet Vendor Association, Inc.
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Solutions for DeviceNetTM
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
Serial Unit
Inputs
Outputs
Features
IP65
EX240-SDN2 (SI unit), EX240-IE1 (Input unit)
• Controls up to 32 solenoid valves and receives 8, 16, 24 or 32
inputs depending on the number of input units installed. Input
units can be added or removed at the point of use without
rewiring or re-addressing.
• Selectable input polarity (NPN/ PNP) on each input unit
32
32
• Built with two self-diagnostic features:
1. Over-current protection of input units (electrical fuse)
2. Detects insufficient voltage supply to the valves and cuts-off
network communication.
With a special DIP switch setting, the network
communication can still be maintained, sending voltage
status to the master PC/PLC.
Y
• As a standard, you can have two inputs on a single M12
connector, or one per connecter.
• IP65 protection rating
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• Use with Series VQ2000/4000 and VQC4000 valves.
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EX124(U, D)-SDN1
0
16
• Same performance as Series EX120 with additional
features
• For use on the Upside (U) or Downside (D) of the manifold
Y
• IP65 protection rating
• Use with Series VQ2000/4000/5000 valves.
EX120-SDN1, EX121-SDN1, EX122-SDN1
• Controls up to 16 single solenoid valves. (A combination of
single and double solenoid valves as long as the maximum
number of solenoids does not exceed 16.)
0
16
• The "X1" option provides internal connections to allow the
DeviceNet TM connector to power the SI unit as well as the
valves.
• Compact, economical serial unit for Series VQ1000/2000,
SX3000/5000, SY3000/5000 Plug-in valves, and Series
SV1000 2000/3000/4000 valves
DeviceNet is a Trademark of the Open DeviceNet Vendor Association, Inc.
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Solutions for PROFIBUS ®-DP
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
PROFIBUS ® consists of three different buses. They are PROFIBUS ® DP, PROFIBUS ® PA, and
PROFIBUS ® FMS. PROFIBUS ® is used in more than 200,000 applications to solve a multitude of
automation challenges in manufacturing and process control.
Serial Unit
Inputs
64
?
10
32
32
Outputs
64
Features
EX500-GPR1 (GW unit)
EX500-S001 for SV valve
EX500-Q001, EX500-Q101 for VQC valve
• Modular system controls up to four 16-solenoid valve
manifolds and four 16-input units.
• Decentralized control of solenoid valve manifold with SI
unit and input unit.
• Separate modular NPN & PNP input blocks allow you to
add or remove inputs (2 per block) without rewiring or readdressing.
• IP65 protection rating
• Use with Series VQC1000/2000/4000 and SV1000/2000
3000/4000 valves.
• DB9 network connector is available as an option.
• Maximum baud rate: 12Mb
IP65
GW unit
IP65
SI unit
with SV
valves:
IP65
SI unit
with VQC
valves:
IP67
EX250-SPR1 (SI unit)
EX250-IE1/-IE2/-IE3 (Input block)
• Controls up to 32 solenoid valves and receives up to 32
inputs depending on the number of input blocks installed
32 on
•
Input blocks can be added or removed at the point of use
Series SV
without rewiring or re-addressing.
valves
• Both M8 and M12 input connectors are available, and can
be mixed on one manifold.
24 on
• Built-in over-current protection of input blocks
Series VQC • IP67 protection rating
valves
• Only for negative common valve
• Use with Series VQC1000/2000/4000 and
SV1000/2000/3000 valves.
• Maximum baud rate : 12Mb
16
IN313-PR1
• Profibus-DP and FMS compatible
• Controls up to 16 single solenoid valves. (A combination of
single and double solenoid valves as long as the maximum
number of solenoids does not exceed 16).
• Status LEDs on unit for each output
• Use with Series (N)VFR, (N)VFS, (N)VZS, ISO valves.
• Maximum baud rate: 1.5 Mb
∗ Each unit listed above is compatible with the Profibus-DP protocol.
Visit the PROFIBUS® website at www.profibus.com for more information.
IP67
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Solutions for PROFIBUS ®-DP
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
Serial Unit
Inputs
Outputs
Features
IP65
EX240-SPR1 (SI unit), EX240-1E1 (Input unit)
• Controls up to 32 solenoid valves and receives 8, 16, 24 or
32 inputs depending on the number of input units installed.
• Input units can be added or removed at the point of use
without rewiring or re-addressing.
• Selectable input polarity (NPN/PNP) on each input unit
32
32
• Built-in over-current protection of input units
• As a standard, you can have two inputs on a single M12
connector, or one per connector.
Y
• IP65 protection rating
• Only for negative common valve
• Use with Series VQ2000/4000 and VQC4000 valves.
• DB9 network connector is available as an option.
• Maximum baud rate 12Mb
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EX120-SPR1, EX121-SPR1, EX122-SPR1
• Controls up to 16 single solenoid valves. (A combination of
single and double solenoid valves as long as the maximum
number of solenoids does not exceed 16.)
0
16
• Utilizes 9-pin D-sub network communication connector.
• Only for negative common valve
• Compact, economical serial unit for Series VQ1000/2000,
SX3000/5000, SY3000/5000 Plug-in valves, and
SV1000/2000/ 3000/4000 valves
• Maximum baud rate: 1.5Mb
Visit the PROFIBUS® website at www.profibus.com for more information.
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Solutions for Allen-Bradley RIO
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
Allen-Bradley is a world leader in programmable logic controllers, control logic components,
industrial automation software, motion control and electronic operator interface devices.
Visit their website at www.automation.rockwell.com for more information.
Serial Unit
Inputs
64
0
Outputs
Features
IP65
64
EX500-GAB1-X1 (GW unit)
EX500-S001-X1 for SV valve
GW unit
EX500-Q001-X1, EX500-Q101-X1 for VQC valve
IP65
• Modular system utilizes a half rack to control up to four 16SI unit with
solenoid valve manifolds and four 16-input units.
• Decentralized control of solenoid valve manifolds with SI and SV valves:
IP65
input units.
• Separate modular NPN & PNP input blocks allow you to add SI unit with
or remove inputs (2 per block) without rewiring or reVQC
addressing.
valves:
IP67
• IP65 protection rating
• Use with Series VQC1000/2000/4000 and
SV1000/2000/3000/4000 valves.
16
IN313-AB1
• Controls up to 16 single solenoid valves.
• Status LEDs on unit for each output
• Use with Series (N)VFR, (N)VFS, (N)VZS, ISO valves.
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32
IN313-AB2
• Controls up to 32 solenoids and 32 auxiliary inputs.
Each input module handles 4 inputs (8 modules maximum).
• Status LEDs for inputs and outputs
• Use with Series (N)VFR, (N)VFS, (N)VZS, ISO valves.
N
16
EX120-SAB1, EX121-SAB1, EX122-SAB1
• Controls up to 16 single solenoid valves. (A combination of
single and double solenoid valves as long as the maximum
number of solenoids does not exceed 16.)
• Terminal strip wiring with status LEDs for output
• Compact, economical serial unit for Series VQ1000/2000,
SX3000/5000, SY3000/5000 Plug-in valves, and Series SV1000/
2000/3000/4000 valves
N
16
EX124(U, D)-SAB1
• Same performance as Series EX120 with additional features
• For use on the Upside (U) or Downside (D) of the manifold
• IP65 protection rating
• Use with Series VQ2000/4000/5000 valves.
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12
32
0
0
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Solutions for Other Protocols
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
SMC supports an extremely wide variety of open and closed network protocols to suit
your application. To determine which protocol is right for you, see “Frequently Asked Questions” on page 20.
Network
Protocol
ASi
Interbus
OPEN
NETWORKS
LonWorks
Serial Unit
EX120/121/122-SAS2/4/5
EX210-SAS1~6
EX120/121/122-SIB1
EX240-SIB1
Special Order
Inputs Outputs
Valve Series
IP65
N
Y
N
Y
N
0
0 to 2
0
32
0
4 to 8
2 to 8
16
32
16
∗∗VQ, SX, SY & SV
VQ2000/4000
∗∗VQ, SX, SY & SV
VQ2000/4000
∗∗VQ, SX, SY & SV
0
16
SQ1000/2000, SZ3000/5000
N
0
0
0
0
0
∗∗VQ, SX, SY & SV
VQ2000/4000/5000
SQ1000/2000, SZ3000/5000
N
Y
N
∗∗VQ, SX, SY & SV
VQ2000/4000/5000
(N)VFR/S, (N)VZS, ISO
N
Y
N∗
N
Y
N
EX141-SSD1
SDS
(with network M12 Connector)
EX140-SSD1-X16
(with network AMP connector)
MITSUBISHI
NKE
CC-Link
EX120/121/122-SMJ1
EX124 (U, D)-SMJ1
EX140-SMJ1
MelsecNet
Mini-S3
EX120/121/122-SMB1
EX123/124(U, D)-SMB1
IN313-MB1
NKE
Wire Saving
System
NKE
Wire Saving H
System
CompoBus/S
OMRON
SYSBUS
0
16
16
16
16
16
16
EX120/121/122-SUW1
EX123 (U, D)-SUW1
EX140-SUW1
IN313-UW1
EX120/121/122-SUH1
EX123 (U, D)-SUH1
EX140-SUH1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
∗∗VQ, SX, SY & SV
VQ2000/4000/5000
SQ1000/3000, SZ3000/5000
(N)VFR/S, (N)VZS, ISO
∗∗VQ, SX, SY & SV
VQ2000/4000/5000
SQ1000/2000, SZ3000/5000
EX120/121/122-SCS1
EX120/121/122-SCS2
EX124 (U, D)-SCS1
EX124 (U, D)-SCS2
EX140-SCS1
EX140-SCS2
EX120/121/122-STA1
EX123(U, D)-STA1
IN313-TA1
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
8
16
8
16
8
16
16
16
16
8
16
8
∗∗VQ, SX, SY & SV
EX120/121/122-SSL1
SUNX
S-Link
EX120/121/122-SSL2
EX123 (U, D)-SSL1
EX123 (U, D)-SSL2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
VQ2000/4000/5000
SQ1000/2000, SZ3000/5000
∗∗VQ, SX, SY & SV
VQ2000/4000/5000
(N)VFR/S, (N)VZS, ISO
∗∗VQ, SX, SY & SV
N∗
N
Y
N
N
N
Y
Y
N
N
N
Y
N∗
N
N
VQ2000/4000/5000
∗ IP53 or NEMA12 comes as optional.
∗∗ VQ1000/2000, SX3000/5000, SY3000/5000, SV1000/2000/3000/4000
If your protocol isn’t listed here, or for more information about our many Serial Network
products, contact your local SMC representative.
Call toll-free 1-800-SMC-SMC1 to reach a branch near you.
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Y
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Solutions for the
Automotive Industry
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SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS
Because of the enormity and complexity of many Automotive Industry
applications, Serial Network systems provide the solutions needed to handle
such challenges.
Lengthy production lines with hundreds, or even thousands of I/O points from
sensors to ISO valves, all running on a single Serial Network can be controlled
by a single PC.
Here are a few of SMC’s serial product solutions for the Automotive Industry.
Serial Unit
Inputs
64
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Outputs
Features
IP65
64
EX500-GAB1-X1, EX500-GDNI, EX500-GPRI
For applicable SI units, refer to pages 8, 10 &12.
• Three major protocols are available:
Allen-Bradley Remote I/O (RIO) (EX500-GAB1-X1), DeviceNetTM (EX500GDN1), and Profibus-DP (EX500-GPR1)
• Modular system controls up to four 16-solenoid valve manifolds and four
16-input units.
• Decentralized control of solenoid valve manifolds valves with SI and input
units.
• Separate modular NPN & PNP input blocks allow you to add or remove
inputs (2 per block) without rewiring or re-addressing.
• IP65 protection rating
• Use with Series VQC1000/2000/4000 and SV1000/2000/3000/4000 valves
GW unit
IP65
SI unit with
SV valves:
IP65
SI unit with
VQC valves:
IP67
IN313-DN1-B
14
0
16
• DeviceNetTM compatible
• Controls up to 16 single solenoid valves. (A combination of single
and double solenoid valves as long as the maximum number of
solenoids does not exceed 16.)
• Can be configured locally via the DIP switches or remotely via the
DeviceNet network.
• Status LEDs on unit for each output
• Use with Series (N)VFR, (N)VFS, (N)VZS, ISO valves.
N
IN313-AB1-X10
32∗
16
• Allen-Bradley Remote I/O (RIO) compatible
• Controls up to 16 single solenoid valves. (A combination of single and
double solenoid valves as long as the maximum number of solenoid
does not exceed 16.)
• All 16 outputs are electronically fused for protection against overloading.
• The serial unit has a bit for each output to notify the PLC when
overloading occurs.
• The serial unit can diagnose if output turns "ON" unintentionally, when
output is supposed to be "OFF".
• The serial unit has a bit to notify PLC when output drive faulted. And
appropriate measures can be taken to guard against “unintended motion”.
• LED indicators for each output and for overload indication of each output
• IP53 protection rating
• Use with Series (N)VFR, (N)VFS, (N)VZS, ISO valves
* 32 feedback inputs: 16 used for output overload detection and balance
:16 used to detect mismatch between PLC signal and output. (Not used
for sensor inputs.)
N
EX230-SDN1
32
16
• DeviceNet compatible
• 16 solenoid outputs and 32 inputs are available on the SI unit Out of 32 inputs
• 16 inputs monitor solenoid overcurrent
• 1 input monitors valve external power
• 5 inputs accessible to the user via 3 numbers , M12 connectors
• 2 inputs are reserved for actual application like weld package use
• 8 inputs are inaccessible to the user.
• LED indicators for each output for overload indication.
• IP65 protection
• Applicable to Series VSS/VSR ISO plug-in valves
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Application Examples
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS
Assembly Tooling
Hundreds of solenoid valves are used to control the many
pneumatic actuators used on assembly lines. Controlling
Paint Booths
multiple banks of valves using a single communication line
greatly reduces the cost and labor involved with parallel wiring.
Additionally, a Serial Network provides diagnostic features to
alert you to such problems as wire breaks or over-current
conditions, and allows at-a-glance troubleshooting.
Automotive paint booths have many
different paint colors ready to be
applied on the autos going through
the line. A serial network makes it
possible to control the color valves
easier than labor-intensive parallel
wiring, and reduces the number of
PLC I/O cards required.
Robotic Welding
Typical automotive plants have up
to 500 or more weld robots. On a
weld
pack
with
point-to-point
(parallel) wiring, you have to wire
the power, pressure selects, weld,
and retract valves all separately.
With a Serial Network system, you
only
need
the
power
and
communication lines from your PLC
or control host. Serial Networks also
allow all the weld packs to share a
single communication line, allowing
you to collect performance and
diagnostic data to ensure the weld
guns
are
efficiency.
operating
at
peak
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Solutions for the
Semiconductor Industry
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SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS
The movement to larger and larger wafer sizes, with smaller and smaller device
geometries, demands that processed chips be handled more quickly, more
delicately, and with more precision.
Our Serial Network systems neatly integrate into just about any machine design to
help achieve these goals.
These are only a few of the many Serial Network products we offer for the Semiconductor Industry.
Serial Unit
Inputs Outputs
Features
IP65
NP420-DN1
32
32
SPECIAL
• DeviceNetTM compatible
• Controls up to 16 double solenoid valves (32 outputs). (A combination
of single and double solenoid valves as long as the maximum number
of station does not exceed 16) with interlock capability, and built-in 32
discrete inputs with D-sub connector.
• Power to each solenoid can be supplied through the interlock
connector.
• Stack mounting style with valve manifold for minimum footprint.
• Use with Series VQ1000 plug-in valves.
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EX160-SDN1
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16
16
SPECIAL
• DeviceNetTM compatible
• Controls up to 8 double solenoid valves (16 outputs). (A combination of
single and double solenoid valves as long as the maximum number of
station does not exceed 8) with interlock capability.
• Power to each solenoid can be supplied through the interlock connector.
• Equipped with mechanical relay outputs
• Stack mounting style with valve manifold for minimum footprint
• Applicable for negative common valve only
• Use with Series VQ1000/2000 plug-in valves.
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EX250-SDN1 (SI unit), EX250-IE1/-IE2/-IE3 (Input block)
32
• DeviceNetTM compatible
• Controls up to 32 solenoid valves and receives up to 32 inputs
depending on the number of input blocks installed.
• Input blocks can be added or removed at the point of use without
32 on
rewiring or re-addressing.
Series SV
• Both M8 and M12 input connectors are available, and can be mixed
valves
on one manifold.
• Built with two self-diagnostic features:
1. Over-current protection of input blocks (mechanical fuse)
24 on
Series VQC 2. Detects insufficient voltage supply to the valves and cuts-off
network communication
valves
With a special option (available with model EX250-SDN1-X102),
the network communication can still be maintained, sending
voltage status to the master PC/PLC.
Y
IP67
• IP67 protection rating
• Use with only for negative common valve Series
VQC1000/2000/4000 and SV1000/2000/3000 valves.
EX120-SDN1
0
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• DeviceNetTM compatible
• Controls up to 16 solenoid valves. (A combination of single and double
solenoid valves as long as the maximum number of solenoids does not
exceed 16.)
• The "X1" option provides internal connections to allow the DeviceNetTM
connector to power the SI unit as well as the valves.
• Compact, economical serial unit for Series VQ1000/2000,
SX3000/5000, SY3000/5000 Plug-in valve, and Series
SV1000/2000/3000/4000 valves
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EX120-SDN1-XP1 The “XP1” takes advantage of all the attributes of the regular EX120-SDN1, but it utilizes twist-on connectors instead of the usual
Phoenix connectors. The benefits of having the twist-on connectors consist of strain relief for your wiring and the decreased chance of wiring errors.
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Application Examples
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS
Process Modules
Serial Interface technology makes it easy to connect
and disconnect process modules quickly without the
expensive and time-consuming headaches of re-
Precious Uptime
engineering cables or connectors. Customization and
control of these modules becomes a simple process
Downtime is greatly reduced by
with the use of a few cables and a PC or PLC.
the extraordinary fault detection
and troubleshooting capabilities
inherent in Serial Networks. This is
important because the creation of
a wafer is a very expensive and
time-sensitive undertaking. Any
disruption in the production process
can be extremely costly.
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Special Instrumentation
Serial Interface makes it easy to
add and upgrade instrumentation to
meet
ever-tightening
process
windows without additional wiring.
Process modules with this special
instrumentation (gas analyzers,
pressure regulators, and mass flow
controllers) promote a more efficient
production process by greatly
minimizing errors.
Solutions for the
Packaging Industry
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SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS
The Packaging Industry is diverse and varied when it comes to the sheer number of applications
that are utilized. SMC’s broad range of Serial Network products also varies greatly in order to meet
your specific application and machine design needs.
Our serial units, valves, and manifolds range from the very small and compact to the large and
powerful.
Serial Unit
Inputs Outputs
64
64
32 on
Series SV
valves
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32
18
24 on
Series VQC
valves
32
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Features
EX500-GAB1-X1, EX500-GDN1, EX500-GPR1
For applicable SI units, refer to pages 8, 10 &12.
• Three major protocols are available:
Allen-Bradley Remote I/O (RIO) compatible (EX500-GAB1-X1),
DeviceNetTM (EX500-GDN1), and Profibus-DP (EX500-GPR1)
• Modular system controls up to four 16-solenoid valve manifolds and four 16-input
units.
• Decentralized control of solenoid valve manifolds with SI and input units
• Separate modular NPN & PNP input blocks allow you to add or remove inputs (2
per block) without rewiring or re-addressing.
• IP65 protection rating
• Use with Series VQC1000/2000/4000 and SV1000/2000/3000/4000 valves.
EX250-SDN1 (SI unit), EX250-SPR1 (SI unit),
EX250-IE1/-IE2/-IE3 (Input block)
• Two major protocols are available:
DeviceNetTM (EX250-SDN1) and Profibus-DP compatible (EX250-SPR1)
• Controls up to 32 solenoid valves and receives up to 32 inputs depending on the
number of input units installed.
• Input blocks can be added or removed at the point of use without rewiring or readdressing.
• Both M8 and M12 input connectors are available, and can be mixed on one manifold.
• Built with two self-diagnostic features:
1. Over-current protection of input blocks (mechanical fuse)
2. Detects insufficient voltage supply to the valves and cuts-off network
communication
With a special option (available with model EX250-SDN1-X102), the network
communication can still be maintained, sending voltage status to the master
PC/PLC.
• IP67 protection rating
• Only for negative common valve
• Use with Series VQC1000/2000/4000 and SV1000/2000/3000 valves.
IP65
GW unit
IP65
SI unit with
SV valves:
IP65
SI unit with
VQC valves:
IP67
IP67
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EX240-SDN2 (SI unit), EX240-SPR1 (SI unit),
EX240-SIB1 (SI unit), EX240-IE1 (Input unit)
• Three major protocols are available:
DeviceNetTM (EX240-SDN2), Profibus-DP (EX240-SPR1), and Interbus (EX240SIB1)
• Controls up to 32 solenoid valves and receives 8, 16, 24 or 32 inputs depending on
the number of input units installed.
• Input units can be added or removed at the point of use without rewiring or readdressing.
• Selectable input polarity (NPN/ PNP) on each input unit
• Built with two self-diagnostic features:
1. Over-current protection of input units (electrical fuse)
2. Detects insufficient voltage supply to the valves and cuts-off network
communication
With a special DIP switch setting, the network communication can still be
maintained, sending voltage status to the master PC/PLC.
• As a standard, you can have two inputs on single M12 connector, or one per
connector.
• IP65 protection rating
• Maximum baud rate: 12Mb (EX240-SPR1)
• Use with Series VQ2000/4000 and VQC4000 valves.
Y
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EX124(U, D)-SDN1
• DeviceNetTM compatible
• Same performance as Series EX120 with additional features
• For use on the Upside (U) or Downside (D) of the manifold
• IP65 protection rating
• Use with Series VQ2000/4000 valves.
Y
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IN313-DN1-B, IN313-PR1, IN313-AB1/AB2
• Three major protocols are available: DeviceNetTM (IN313-DN1-B), Profibus-DP
(IN313-PR1), Allen Bradley RIO (IN313-AB1, & IN313-AB2)
• Controls up to 16 (32 in case of IN313-AB2), single solenoid valves. (A
combination of single and double solenoid valves as long as the maximum number
of solenoids does not exceed 16 (32 for IN313-AB2.) In addition, IN313-AB2 has
32 auxiliary inputs. Each input module handles 4 inputs (8 modules maximum).
• Can be configured locally via the DIP switches or remotely via the DeviceNetTM
network (IN313-DN1-B).
• LED indicators for each output
• Use with Series (N)VFR, (N)VFS, (N)VZS, ISO valves.
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Application Examples
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS
Drop Packer
The Drop Packer has a myriad of sensors that detect
product jams and voids in the flow. Lane guides and jam
Automatic Case Packer
reliefs control the flow of the product so it is in the proper
The Case Packer performs the
arrangement prior to entering the loading area. From there,
functions of erecting a case,
the product may be dropped, lowered or raised into a case.
collating the product, inserting a
Serial Interface allows you to simplify installation, control
pad, inserting a partition, loading
and maintenance, saving time and money.
the product into the case, and
closing the case.
Various valve manifolds, actuators,
vacuum products, and cylinders
perform these operations. Serial
Interface
allows
the
smooth
coordination of the multitude of
sequential operations.
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Tray Packer
Yet another example of a Serial
Interface
application
in
the
Packaging Industry is the Tray
Packer. The tray packer performs
the functions of erecting a tray,
collating the product, and loading
the product into the tray through the
use of valve manifolds, actuators,
and cylinders.
With a Serial
Interface system you achieve more
effective control and maintenance
with less wiring.
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Solutions for the Medical Industry
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS
Research and technology is bringing the latest medical treatment to more of the world’s
population than ever before. To meet demand, the industry is striving to implement the
most efficient and intelligent process control systems.
Whether it is for clinical laboratory automation or pharmaceutical and medicinal
production, SMC’s Serial Network systems are part of the solution. Not only our technical
options and quality, but the “clinically clean” appearance of our products make them
ideally suited to medical applications.
Serial Unit
Inputs Outputs
Features
IP65
EX140-SDN1
0
16
• DeviceNetTM compatible
• Controls up to 16 single solenoid valves. (A combination of single and
double solenoid valves as long as the maximum number of solenoids
does not exceed 16.)
• Compact design to allow placement on small footprint and low-profile
• Use with Series SZ3000/5000 and SQ1000/2000 valves.
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EX120-SAB1, EX121-SAB1, EX122-SAB1
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0
16
• Allen-Bradley Remote I/O (RIO) compatible
• Controls up to 16 single solenoid valves. (A combination of single
and double solenoid valves as long as the maximum number of
solenoids does not exceed 16.)
• Terminal strip wiring with LED indicator
• Compact, economical serial unit for Series VQ1000/2000,
SX3000/5000, SY3000/5000 Plug-in valves, and
SV1000/2000/3000/4000 valves.
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EX250-SDN1 (SI unit), EX250-IE1/ -IE2/ -IE3 (Input block)
32
• DeviceNetTM compatible
• Controls up to 32 solenoid valves and receives up to 32 inputs
depending on the number of input blocks installed.
• Input blocks can be added or removed at the point of use without
rewiring or re-addressing.
32 on
• Both M8 and M12 input connectors are available and can be mixed
Series SV
on one manifold.
valves
• Built with two self-diagnostic features:
1. Over-current protection of input blocks (mechanical fuse)
2. Detects insufficient voltage supply to the valves and cuts-off
24 on
network communication
Series VQC
With a special option (available with model EX250-SDN1-X102),
valves
the network communication can still be maintained, sending
voltage status to the master PC/PLC.
• IP67 protection rating
• Only for negative common valve
• Use with Series VQC1000/2000/4000 and SV1000/2000/3000
valves.
IP67
EX120-SPR1, EX121-SPR1, EX122-SPR1
0
16
• Profibus-DP compatible
• Controls up to 16 single solenoid valves. (A combination of single
and double solenoid valves as long as the maximum number of
solenoids does not exceed 16.)
• Utilizes 9-pin D-sub network connector.
• Only for negative common valve
• Compact, economical serial unit for Series VQ1000/2000,
SX3000/5000, SY3000/5000 Plug-in valve, and
SV1000/2000/3000/4000 valves
• Maximum baud rate: 1.5Mb
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Application Examples
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
Clinical Labs
Many clinical lab automation systems have become
modular, allowing customization and addition or
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
removal of individual diagnostic instruments. Serial
Networks allow quick and easy addition or removal
Process control in the manufacture
of devices while providing centralized control from
of
one PC.
pharmaceuticals can be automated
Sample transportation and robotic handling systems
are connected into the same network. Complex,
unsightly and expensive wiring of conventional
systems is eliminated and built-in network
diagnostics make maintenance quick and easy,
reducing downtime and helping laboratories
increase sample turn-around time.
medicinal
products
and
cost effectively using Serial Network
systems.
At
each
stage
of
production, many process valves
are pilot controlled from banks of
solenoid valves. SMC’s compact
remote valve manifolds save space
and reduce piping and wiring costs.
Input devices such as switches and
sensors for level, pressure, and
temperature
control
can
be
connected directly at each remote
location while maintaining centralized
control.
Options for closed or open networks
allow the customer to standardize
on one brand of components or use
a variety of brands available on
today’s market.
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FAQ’s
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
Here are a few Frequently Asked Questions we receive on our Serial Network Products. If you have
questions that aren’t answered here, please contact us at 1-800-SMC-SMC1.
How does a serial system work?
With a parallel-wired valve manifold (point-to-point), the solenoid valves are individually turned on or off at the PLC
I/O card; that’s why you have to wire them one by one to the PLC. A serial system uses a scanner card instead
of an I/O card, and the scanner card tells all the serial units (like our EX120s, for example) which outputs to turn
on or off. The serial units are each identified by a different address, so they know which scanner messages to
ignore and which ones to obey.
How do I address the solenoid valves?
The outputs are addressed much the same way as with a parallel I/O card. It depends on configured I/O mapping.
Is there a current limit on the outputs?
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Yes, just as there is a current limit on the I/O card, there is a current limit on the serial unit. SMC's Serial Network
products are designed to operate all of our major valve Series SX, SY, VQ, and our new Series SV and VQC
valves, to name a few. We also have special products for applications with different current needs. Ask your SMC
representative for more information.
Will my program run slower using a serial network?
Not usually. The scan time will be somewhat longer if you are using more than one scanner card. Scanner cards
vary, I/O response time will be different depending upon the network scan time.
What if something goes wrong?
Troubleshooting a Serial Network system isn't difficult. In fact, many protocols (such as DeviceNetTM) have built-in
diagnostic features and indicating LEDs to show which I/O points are on, the status of the serial unit, and so on.
What Protocol should I choose?
To determine the protocol necessary for your system, consider the following:
• Open protocols provide complete system design specifications; such information is not available
for closed protocols.
• Is cost a major issue when building my system? (Open protocols are usually less expensive and more
prevalent in the market.)
• Do I want complete compatibility of my system? (Closed protocols can usually guarantee a seamless
compatibility because the entire system is made up of one manufacturer’s components and software.)
• What are my overall system requirements? (What are your transmission distance needs? What
communication speed do you need?)
Cost/Benefit Analysis
Serial Network Products
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SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
Think That Serial Interface Products Are More Expensive? Do The Math! It is a common misperception that
Serial Network products are much more costly than Parallel products. When considering both the comparable up-front
costs and greater long-term benefits, SMC’s Serial Network products can actually SAVE you valuable TIME and
MONEY.
Serial Interface System-Cost/Benefit Analysis
Number of output points
96
192
384
768
1536
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Number of manifolds
4
8
12
24
48
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Conventional Wiring System-Costing
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
PLC
$ 770
$770
$770
$770
$770
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16 point output card
$1,680
$3,360
$6,720
$13,440
$26,880
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Wiring cost
$960
$1,920
$3,840
$7,680
$15,360
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Valve Manifolds
$5,400
$10,800
$16,200
$32,000
$64,800
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Total cost
$8,810
$16,850
$2,7530
$54,290
$107,810
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Serial Interface System-Costing
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
PLC
$770
$770
$770
$770
$770
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
Scanner card
$995
$995
$995
$995
$995
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Wiring cost
$400
$800
$1,200
$2,400
$4,800
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Valve Manifolds
$6,408
$12,816
$19,224
$38,448
$76,896
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
Total cost
$8,573
$15,381
$22,189
$42,613
$83,461
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Direct cost saving derived by using
$237
$1,469
$5,341
$11,677
$24,349
Serial Interface System
Apart from savings in component cost, there are two major cost factors still need to be considered: Installation costs and
Downtime costs.
Installation Costs
Initial wiring is only one aspect of the machine installation process. Testing, configuration, and troubleshooting time are also
involved. With the virtual “plug and play” capability of Serial Networks, you will spend a fraction of the time working on these
processes. But that’s not all. For original equipment manufacturers, once the machine has been thoroughly tested, it then
needs to be broken down, moved to the customer location, and installed. Then the process of testing, configuration, and
troubleshooting begins again. Depending upon the size of the machine or application, this can take days or even weeks.
A Serial Network can save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars by reducing the installation time.
Downtime Costs
Production downtime is so costly that when your line is down, every minute counts. A major benefit of our Serial Network
products is reduced downtime, which gives you an overall lower cost of ownership. Status LEDs on the serial unit tell
at a glance whether the I/O point in question is on or off. The dramatic wiring reduction allows much faster wire identification
for maintenance. And built-in self-diagnostic features can report a problem before it becomes critical. If a problem should
arise, a Serial Network can help you get your line running again fast.
Assumptions
1. Allen-Bradley PLC 1747-L524, list price: $770 as of 10/01
2. Allen-Bradley I/O card 1740OB, list prices: $280 as of 10/01
3. Allen-Bradley Scanner module 1747 SN, list price: $995 as of 10/01
4. Wiring costs are estimated at $10/point and $100/node for SI system. Your costs may vary.
5. SMC valve manifold VV5QC11-12N7SDQNO, list price $1,602, for serial interface system and VV5QC11-12C6FDO, list price $1,350 for
conventional wiring system considered The series VQC manifolds considered are fitted with 12 numbers, double solenoid coil valves.
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Open Network Protocol
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
Protocol
Promoting Organization
Main Adopting Enterprise
DeviceNetTM
ODVA, SEMI,
CompoBus/
A-B, & OMRON
D
SI Type No.
Compatible Valve
Manifold
EX120/121/122-SDN1
** VQ, SX , SY & SV
16 out
Positive
VQ2000/4000/5000
16 out
Positive
Y
EX140-SDN1
SQ1000/2000, SZ3000/5000
16 out
Positive
N
EX160-SDN1
VQ1000/2000
16 out
Negative
N
EX230-SDN1
ISO
16 in, 16 out
Negative
Y
EX240-SDN1/2
VQ2000/4000/5000, VQC4000
32 in, 32 out
Negative/Positive
Y
EX250-SDN1
VQC1000/2000/4000, SV1000/2000/3000
32 in, 32 out
Negative
IP67
EX500-GDN1(GW unit)
VQC1000/2000/4000,
SV1000/2000/3000/4000
64 in, 64 out
––
Y
EX500-S001 (SI unit)
SV1000/2000/3000/4000
Non polar
Y
Positive
IP67
Negative
IP67
VQC1000/2000/4000
EX500-Q101 (SI unit)
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Profibus DP
SEMI & Honeywell
PNO, PTO, DIN
& SIEMENS
IN313-DN1-B
(N)VFR/VFS, (N)VZS, ISO
NP420-DN1
VQ1000
EX141-SSD1
N∗
32 in, 32 out
Positive
N
SQ1000/2000, SZ3000/5000
16 out
Positive
N
IN313-PR1
(N)VFR/VFS, (N)VZS, ISO
16 out
Negative
N∗
EX120/121/122-SPR1
∗∗ VQ, SX , SY & SV
16 out
Negative
N
EX240-SPR1
VQ2000/4000, VQC4000
32 in, 32 out
Negative
Y
EX250-SPR1
VQC1000/2000/4000, SV1000/2000/3000
32 in, 32 out
Negative
Y
EX500-GPR1 (GW unit)
VQC1000/2000/4000,
SV1000/2000/3000/4000
64 in, 64 out
––
Y
EX500-S001 (SI unit)
SV1000/2000/3000/4000
EX500-Q101 (SI unit
Interbus Club,
Phoenix Contact
16 out
VQC1000/2000/4000
SEMI, Echelon
CC-Link
CLPA &
Mitsubishi
IP67
Negative
IP67
16 out
Negative
N
EX240-SIBI
VQ2000/4000, VQC 4000
32 in, 32 out
Negative
Y
4 out
Negative
N
8 out
Negative
N
EX120-SAS5
4 out
Negative
N
EX210-SAS1
2 in, 2 out
Negative
Y
EX210-SAS2
2 in, 2 out
Positive
Y
EX210-SAS3
4 out
Negative
Y
4 out
Positive
Y
EX210-SAS5
8 out
Negative
Y
EX210-SAS6
8 out
Positive
Y
∗∗ VQ, SX, SY & SV
VQ2000/4000
EX210-SAS4
LonWorks
Y
Positive
∗∗ VQ, SX , SY & SV
EX120-SAS2
ASi
Non polar
EX120/121/122-SIBI
EX120-SAS4
AS-International
Association &
SIEMENS
16 out
N
Positive
EX500-Q001 (SI unit)
Interbus
IP65
EX124 (U, D)-SDN1
EX500-Q001 (SI unit)
SDS
I/O Number Valve Common
Special Order
** VQ, SX, SY & SV
16 out
Negative
N
EX120/121/122-SMJ1
∗∗ VQ, SX, SY & SV
16 out
Positive
N
EX124 (U, D)-SMJ1
VQ2000/4000/5000
16 out
Positive
Y
EX140-SMJ1
SQ1000/2000, SZ3000/50000
16 out
Positive
N
* IP53 comes as optional.
** VQ1000/2000, SX3000/5000, SY3000/5000, SV1000/2000/3000/4000
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Closed Network Protocol
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
Protocol
Promoting Organization
Main Adopting Enterprise
SI Type No.
Compatible Valve
Manifold
IN313-AB1
IN313-AB2
Remote I/O
Allen-Bradley
(N)VFR/S, (N)VZS & ISO
I/O Number Valve Common
16 out
Positive
32 in, 32 out
Positive
N∗
∗∗ VQ, SX, SY & SV
16 out
Positive
N
EX500-GAB1-X1
VQC1000/2000/4000
SV1000/2000/3000/4000
64 in, 64 out
––
Y
EX500-S001-X1 (SI unit)
SV1000/2000/3000/4000
Non polar
Y
Positive
IP67
Negative
IP67
Positive
Y
EX500-Q101-X1 (SI unit)
Sysbus
Mitsubishi
OMRON
IN313-MB1
(N)VFR/S, (N)VZS & ISO
16 out
Positive
N∗
EX120/121/122-SMB1
∗∗ VQ, SX, SY & SV
16 out
Positive
N
EX123/124(U, D)-SMB1
VQ2000/4000/5000
16 out
Positive
Y
IN313-TA1
(N)VFR/S, (N)VZS & ISO
16 out
Positive
N∗
EX120/121/122-STA1
∗∗ VQ, SX , SY & SV
16 out
Positive
N
EX123(U, D)-STA1
VQ2000/4000/5000
16 out
Positive
Y
16 out
Positive
N
8 out
Positive
N
16 out
Positive
Y
8 out
Positive
Y
16 out
Positive
N
8 out
Positive
N
16 out
Positive
N
EX124(U, D)-SCSI
∗∗ VQ, SX, SY & SV
VQ2000/4000/5000
EX124(U, D)-SCS2
EX140-SCS1
EX140-SCS2
SQ1000/2000, SZ3000/5000
EX120/121/122-SSL1
S-Link
SUNX
EX120/121/122-SSL2
NKE
Wire saving
H system
NKE
NKE
** VQ, SX , SY & SV
EX123(U, D)-SSL1
EX123(U, D)-SSL2
NKE
Wire saving
system
16 out
VQ2000/4000/5000
EX120/121/122-SCS2
OMRON
VQC1000/2000/4000
EX124 (U, D)-SAB1
EX120/121/122-SCS1
Compo Bus-S
VQ2000/4000/5000
8 out
Positive
N
16 out
Positive
Y
8 out
Positive
Y
EX120/121/122-SUW1
** VQ, SX, SY & SV
16 out
Positive
N
IN313-UW1
(N)VFR/S, (N)VZS, ISO
16 out
Positive
N∗
EX123(U, D)-SUW1
VQ2000/4000/5000
16 out
Positive
Y
EX140-SUW1
SQ1000/2000, SZ3000/5000
16 out
Positive
Y
EX120/121/122-SUH1
** VQ, SX, SY & SV
16 out
Positive
N
EX123(U, D)-SUH1
VQ2000/4000/5000
16 out
Positive
N
SQ1000/2000, SZ3000/5000
16 out
Positive
Y
EX140-SUH1
∗ IP53 comes as optional.
∗∗ VQ1000/2000, SX3000/5000, SY3000/5000, SV1000/2000/3000/4000
Series EX123 and EX124 differ from each other primarily in their power sources. Series EX123 has a common
power supply between the serial unit and valves. Series EX124 has a separate power supply between the serial
unit and the valves.
N∗
EX120/121/122-SAB1
EX500-Q001-X1 (SI unit)
MELSECNET
MINI-S3
IP65
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EX500 Specifications
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS
Series EX500 is an IP65-rated modular
system that allows the connection of up to
64 inputs and 64 outputs on a single
node, fully utilizing your rack space. A
gateway unit connects the network to the
valve manifolds and input manifold. Each
valve manifold can have up to 16
solenoids, and each input manifold can
have up to 16 NPN or PNP inputs. Series
EX500 connects using standard M12
connectors.
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Supported
Protocols
Open
Closed
System Configuration
Supply Voltage
Current Consumption
Gateway
Unit
24VDC±10% (for input and control), 24VDC+10%, -5% (for solenoid valves)
200mA
64 points (1/2 rack), 4 branches (16 points per branch)
64 points (1/2 rack), 4 branches (16 points per branch)
Power Connector
5-pin M12 male
Branch Connector
8-pin M12 female
Dimensions (mm)
Current Consumption
Power Handling
Outputs
Supply Voltage
Indication
Current Consumption
Inputs
Short Protection
Input Type
Input Blocks
Gateway unit with four I/O drops (on single PLC channel)
One 16-solenoid valve manifold & 16-input block daisy chained to drop
Inputs
Indications
Input
Units
Allen-Bradley RIO
Outputs
Branch Length
Serial
Units
DeviceNetTM, Profibus-DP (CC-Link or request)
Inputs
Input Connection
Protection
5m or less (10m or less total length)
Status LEDs for power, run, communication, error, I/O state
160W x 48.8H x 88D
100mA or less (serial unit)
Up to 1W/channel, 16 channel maximum per drop
16 points
24 VDC ± 10%
Green LED when on
100mA or less per input unit
16 points
1A circuit breaker (toggle power to reset)
Selectable NPN or PNP
2 points
3-pin M8 female and 4-pin M-12 female
IP65 (all components)
Refer to EX500 operation manual for a complete listing of specifications.
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EX250 Specifications
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS
Series EX250 is a compact and light-weight design
that controls 32 outputs and 32 inputs. Compatible
with our Series VQC and SV valves for total IP67
protection. It features “one side access” in which
the electrical connections are on the same surface
as that of the pneumatics. The maximum number
of outputs is 24 when connected to the Series VQC
valve.
Input modules can be added or removed at the
point of use (2 or 4 points per block).
Option of M8 and M12 input connectors
Series EX250 is built with self-diagnostic features
to protect the input blocks from over-current and
detect insufficient voltage supply to the valves.
In the event of insufficient supply voltage to the
valves, a special version EX250-SDN1-X102 can
send voltage status to the master PC/PLC.
Supported Protocols
Supply Voltage
Serial
Unit
Current Requirement
Inputs
Outputs
Dimensions (mm)
Solenoid
Outputs
Supply Voltage
Current Consumption
24 VDC (tolerance varies by protocol)
100mA at 24 VDC maximum
32 points
32 points on Series SV valve, 24 on Series VQC valves∗
63W x 59.8H x 74.9D
24VDC +10%, -5%
Varies according to solenoid valve series and size
Power Handling
Up to 2.1W/channel, 32 channel maximum
Supply Voltage
24VDC±20% (Approximately 1V drop for internal circuit)
Indication
Sensor Supply Current
Input
Blocks
DeviceNetTM, Profibus DP (CC-Link or request)
Short Protection
Input Type
Input Connection
Dimensions M8 type
(mm)
M12 type
Protection
LED when on
30mA maximum sensor supply per input (120mA max/input unit)
500mA (replaceable fuse)
Selectable NPN, PNP (IEC1131-2)
5-pin M8/M12
21W x 59.8H x 67.4 D
21W x 59.8H x 72.6 D
IP67 (all components)
∗ This limitation is because of VQC manifold construction, even though the SI unit provides 32 outputs.
Maximum number of stations is 24. (Mixed single and double solenoid valve)
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EX240 Specifications
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
Series EX240 is an IP65-rated “mixed I/O” unit that
mounts directly on SMC’s Series VQ2000/4000 and
VQC4000 solenoid valve manifolds. EX240 controls
outputs for up to 32 solenoid valves and receives 8, 16,
24, or 32 inputs, depending on the number of 8 point input
modules installed. Input modules can be added or
removed at the point of use. EX240 is compatible with
DeviceNetTM, Profibus®-DP, and Interbus networks.
Series EX240 is built with self-diagnostic features to
protect the input units from over-current and to detect
insufficient voltage supply to the valves.
In the event of insufficient supply voltage to the valves, the
network communication can still be maintained with a
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special DIP switch setting, sending voltage status to the
master PC/PLC.
Supported Protocols
Supply Voltage
Current Requirement
Inputs
Outputs
Serial
Unit
Power Connector
DeviceNetTM
Network
Profibus-DP
Connector
Interbus
Dimensions DeviceNetTM
(mm)
Others
Supply Voltage
Solenoid
Outputs
Current Consumption
24 VDC (tolerance varies by protocol)
200mA at 24 VDC maximum (includes input unit control circuit)∗
32 points, up to 4 units (8 points per unit)
32 points
Compatible connector: Amphenol C091 31D0051002
Sealed micro-connector (5-pin M12 Connector)
Shielded 12-pin IP 65 circular connector
Sealed 9-pin circular connector
54W x 88.5H x 120D
54W x 98.4H x 120D
24VDC +10%, -5%
Varies according to solenoid valve series and size
Power Handling
Up to 2.1W/channel, 32 channel maximum
Supply Voltage
24VDC±20% (Approximately 2V drop for internal circuit)
Indication
Sensor Supply Current
Input
Blocks
DeviceNetTM, Profibus-DP, Interbus
Short Protection
Input Type
Input Connection
Dimensions
Protection
LED when on
60mA maximum sensor supply per input (500mA max/input unit)
600mA (toggle power to reset)
Selectable NPN, PNP (IEC1131-2)
5-pin M12
54W x 72.4H x 120D
IP65 (all components)
∗ Current consumption is 200mA for serial unit and input block(s) combined.
Refer to EX240 operation manual for a complete listing of specifications.
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EX230 Specifications
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS
Series EX230 is a compact and
lightweight SI unit that fits on Series
VSS/VSR, ISO plug-in type valves. This
unit is compatible with DeviceNet protocol
and controls up to 16 outputs and 32
inputs.
Out of 32 inputs:
• 16 inputs monitor solenoid overcurrent.
• 1 input monitors valve external power.
• 5 inputs accessible to the user via 3
numbers of M12 connectors
• 2 inputs are reserved for actual
application like weld package use
• 8 inputs are inaccessible to the user.
This SI unit has IP65 protection rating.
Supported Protocols
Supply Voltage
Serial
Unit
Solenoid
Outputs
Current Requirement
11 to 25 VDC (without sensors)
20 to 25 VDC (with sensors)
0.5A maximum
Inputs
32 points
Outputs
16 points
Dimensions
167W x 57H x 71D
Input voltage
10 to 26.4 VDC
Power handling
2.8W maximum
Input voltage
Indication
Inputs
DeviceNetTM
Sensor Supply Current
Short protection
Input type
Input connection
Protection
20 to 25 VDC (supplied through DeviceNet connecter)
LED indicator
30mA per point
Self reset
PNP
M12 female
IP65
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IN313 Specifications
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
Series IN313 is a rugged Serial Interface unit
designed to be used with SMC's mid and largesize Series (N)VFR, (N)VFS, (N)VZS and VS
ISO-standard solenoid valve manifolds. The
standard IN313 controls outputs for up to 16
solenoid valves, and is compatible with
DeviceNetTM, Profibus®-FMS/DP, Allen-Bradley
RIO, and many other PLC networks. The
optional IN313-AB2 unit for Allen-Bradley RIO
is capable of controlling outputs for 32 solenoid
valves (2 manifolds), and up to 32 inputs (in
banks of 4).
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Supported
Protocols
Open
Closed
Supply Voltage
Current Requirement
Outputs
Serial
Unit
Allen-Bradley, Fuji, Hitachi, Matsushita, Mitsubishi, Omron, Sharp, Toshiba, Toyota
24VDC ±10%
Varies by network
16 points
32 points (IN313-AB2 only)
Indications
Status LEDs for power, communication, error, I/O state (varies by protocol)
Connection
Plug-in (2 terminal strips for power and network in manifold block)
Line Noise Resistance
Dielectric Strength
Insulation Resistance
Dimensions (mm)
Solenoid
Outputs
DeviceNetTM, Profibus-DP
±1500V p-p power supply noise, 1µs pulse width for 3 min., 1ns pulse on first transition
>1.5kVAC, 1 minute max. duration (between plastic casing and a terminal)
>10MΩ (between the plastic casing and a terminal)
112W x 54H x 72D
Supplyt Voltage
24 VDC ± 10%
Power Handling
Up to 2.1W/channel, 16 channel maximum (32 channels maximum for IN313-AB2)
Supply Voltage
24 VDC ± 10%
Sensor Inputs
Current Handling
(IN313-AB2 only)
Inputs
Input Type
Up to 6.2mA per input at 24 VDC
32 points
Optically isolated NPN
Refer to each unit’s operation manual for a complete listing of specifications.
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EX120/121/122 Specifications
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS
Series EX120 are compact units that mount
directly on SMC’s VQ, SX and SY series
solenoid valve manifolds. The EX120 units
control up to 16 outputs each on most
networks, including DeviceNetTM, Profibus®DP, Interbus, ASi, and most PLC-based
networks.
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Open
Supported
Protocols
Closed
Supply Voltage
300mA at 24 VDC maximum (Closed protocol)
Others
Indications
100mA at 24 VDC maximum (Closed protocol)
DeviceNetTM units
Connection
Status LEDs for power, communication, error, I/O state (varies by protocol)
Phoenix wire connectors for network and power lines
Interbus units
5-pin DIN 45322 (power supply), 9-pin D-sub (network)
Profibus DP units
5-pin DIN 45322 (power supply), 9-pin D-sub (network)
Others
Line Noise Resistance
Dielectric Strength
Insulation Resistance
Profibus-DP,
Interbus, Asi, Allen
Dimensions Bradlley (RIO)
(mm)
Terminal strip
±1500V p-p power supply noise, 1µs pulse width for 3 min., 1ns pulse on first transition
>1.5kVAC, 1 min. maximum duration (between plastic casing and a terminal)
>10MΩ (between the plastic casing and a terminal)
EX120
64W x 54.4H x 60.8D
EX121/EX122 64W x 64.4H x 60.8D
EX120
Others
Solenoid
Outputs
24VDC (tolerance varies by protocol)
Omron
Current
Requirement
Serial
Unit
DeviceNetTM, Profibus-DP, Interbus, CC-Lilnk
Allen-Bradley, Mitsubishi, Omron and others
64W x 30H x 60.8D
EX121/EX122 64W x 40H x 60.8D
Supply Voltage
24 VDC +10%, -5%
Power Handling
Up to 2.1W per channel, 16 channel maximum
Driver Circuit
Open collector transistor
Refer to each unit’s operation manual for a complete listing of specifications.
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SERIAL NETWORKS
Other SMC Serial
Network Products
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS
Series EX123/EX124
Series EX123/124 are IP65 units that mount directly on SMC’s
Series VQ2000/4000/5000 solenoid valve manifold. EX123/124
controls up to 16 outputs. Series EX123 differs from the EX124
by way of their power sources. Series EX123 has a common
power supply between the serial unit and valves, whereas EX124
has a separate power supply between the serial unit and the
valves.
Series EX140
Series EX140 is a compact unit that mounts directly on SMC's
Series SZ3000/5000 and SQ1000/2000 solenoid valve
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manifolds. It controls up to 16 outputs each on the DeviceNetTM,
CC-Link, NKE, and CompoBus/S protocols.
Series EX210
Series EX210 is IP65 unit that mounts directly on SMC's Series
VQ2000 and VQ4000 solenoid valve manifolds. Series EX210
controls up to 8 PNP or NPN outputs on ASi networks.
Series PCW
Series PCW Wiring simplifies wiring between a PLC and all types
of connected equipment. It has an improved wiring system, and
is easy to handle. The single block pressure connection system
using a connector allows standardization of wiring work, limits the
possibility of incorrect wiring, and greatly improves work
efficiency.
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Series ITV2000/3000-X80
SERIAL NETWORKS
ELECTRO PNEUMATIC REGULATOR
DeviceNetTM Electro
Pneumatic Regulator
Features
• DeviceNet compatible
• Digital signal feedback of output pressure
• Maximum 64 units can be connected
• In case of signal failure, output pressure
can be set as “stay-put” or 0 Mpa
How to Order
ITV 2 0 3 0
4 0 N 2 B S - X80
DeviceNet compatible
Model
2
3
2000 type
3000 type
Thread type
Pressure range
1
3
5
0.005 to 0.1MPa
0.005 to 0.5MPa
0.005 to 0.9MPa
Nil
N
T
F
Rc(PT)
NPT
NPTF
G(PF)
Cable connector type
Nil
S
Without
Straight type 3m
Option (bracket)
Port size
2
3
1/4
3/8
Nil
B
C
Without bracket
Flat bracket
L-bracket
Specifications
Model
Maximum supply pressure
Maximum output pressure
Power supply Voltage
Current consumption
Input signal
Output signal
Linearity
Repeatability
Sensitivity
Temperature characteristics
Ambient and fluid temperature
ITV2010
ITV3010
0.2MPa
0.1MPa
ITV2030
ITV3030
ITV2050
ITV3050
0.1MPa
0.9MPa
0.5MPa
24VDC ±10%
Maximum 120mA Note 1)
Input signal indicated by 12 bits (resolution 4096) Note 2)
Output signal retransmitted by 12 bits (resolution 4096) Note 3)
±1% full span or less
0.5% full span or less
±0.5% full span or less
±0.12% full span or less/°C
0 to 50°C (with no condensation)
Note 1) Excludes current consumption of DeviceNet communication line.
Note 2) Can set pressure with 4096 resolution, corresponding to the maximum setting pressure 100%.
Note 3) Can monitor pressure with 4096 resolution corresponding to the maximum output pressure 100%.
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GlossarySMC
of Terms
Serial Network Systems
SERIAL NETWORKS
SERIAL NETWORKS
SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS
What exactly is the difference between an open network and a closed network? Are they protocols?
What is a protocol? We have provided the following frequently used terms in order to help you gain an
understanding of Serial Network systems.
Client/Server:
A common form of distributed system in which software is split between server tasks and client tasks. A client sends
requests to a server, according to some protocol, asking for information or action, and the server responds. There
may be one centralized server or several distributed ones.
The server is an application that contains data while the client is an application that wants to access the data. In this
model, the client will typically initiate the action to request the data it wants from the server.
Active Hub
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Multiple-port repeater or amplifier that lengthens the branching ability of a bus.
Address
An individual identifier that tells the node which commands to respond to.
Binary Logic
A parameter used to describe a signal. A transmission using binary logic only has two states, “ON” and “OFF”. The
“ON” signal usually means high. The “OFF” signal usually means low or no signal.
Bit
One binary digit. The smallest unit of binary information. A bit can have a value of “1” or “0”.
Branch
A bus topology term used to describe a drop off the trunk line.
Bus
A group of lines used for data transmission or control.
Bus Topology
The physical layout of the nodes and the interconnecting physical media.
Bus line
Any type of wires that carry data from node to node.
Closed Network
Proprietary in nature, one manufacturer controls every aspect of the network, including the protocol used for
formatting the message frames used in serial transmission. Third party devices can be connected in some cases
(usually with the manufacturer’s permission).
Decentralized Connection
A multi-endpoint connection in which data sent by any entity associated with a connection-endpoint is received by all
other entities.
Device Level Bus
An industrial bus that connects basic control elements together or to a host controller (for example: PLCs, sensors,
valves, operator interfaces, PC terminals, bar code readers, etc.)
Dropline
A branch from a trunk line, usually of smaller size than the trunk line.
Gateway
A device that connects two or more communications networks. A gateway may transfer messages between networks
by translating protocols.
Input Device
Any connected equipment that will supply information to the central processing unit such as control devices
(switches, buttons, sensors) or peripheral devices. Each type of input device has a unique interface to the processor.
Interface Card
Generic terms for the gateway in a PLC or PC that interfaces the host's bus to a device level bus.
LED
Abbreviation for Light Emitting Diode.
Message
One complete group of continuous bits from beginning to end.
Multiplex
A method to transmit numerous messages in sequence over two wires.
Network
A series of points (or devices) connected by some type of communications medium.
Node
A point on the network bus, where it connects to a secondary station, at which network messages are received and
responses placed.
Open Network
Commonly referred to as the "Bus" type. It is a flexible, non-proprietary protocol. Customers can choose from a wide
array of supporting devices because specifications are available and manufacturers are encouraged to develop
products.
Physical Media
The wire or optical cable that is used to transmit the data from node to node. Usually connectors and the
components that transmit or receive the signal are considered the physical media.
Protocol
A small program that is embedded in nodes to organize, decipher, and react to the transmitted data.
Router
A higher level bridge for connection of wide area networks. This product would seldom be used on a device level
bus. The destination network and destination address are included in the header of the message.
Scan Time
The time required to read all inputs, execute the control program, and update local and remote I/O.
Scanner Module/Master Module
A product that plugs into the PLC backplane and interfaces the PLC’s bus to the network.
Serial Data Transfer
Multiple pieces of information transmitted one piece at a time
Signal
An electro-magnetic transmission that indicates or represents an occurrence.
Tee
A product that creates a single branch or drop from a bus.
Trunk line
The main bus line.
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SOLENOID VALVE MANIFOLDS & DISCRETE I/O
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and discover just how amazing SMC Serial Network system can be.
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