UniOP Installation Guide
UniOP
Universal Operator Panels
Installation Guide
MANUUNIOP22- v.1.08 - 07.2004
UniOPTM
Universal Operator Panel
Installation Guide
Document code MANUUNIOP22
Version 1.08
Date 13.07.2004
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the described equipment, Nevertheless it is not possible to guarantee the absence of
possible discrepancies. The contents of the manual are checked on a regular basis and
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Installation Guide
Installation Guide
Contents
Introduction..................................................................................................... 1
Product Identification .......................................................................... 3
Technical Specifications ................................................................................. 3
Installation .................................................................................................... 26
Phisical Dimensions........................................................................... 26
Connections ....................................................................................... 44
Power Supply and Grounding............................................................ 57
PLC Port ............................................................................................ 58
PC/Printer Port................................................................................... 59
AUX Port........................................................................................... 61
Models without the PC/Printer Port................................................... 63
External Keyboard Port ..................................................................... 63
Battery Replacement.......................................................................... 64
Removing the Legends ...................................................................... 65
Dedicated LED’s ............................................................................... 66
Usage and Safety Guidelines ............................................................. 67
Installation Environment ................................................................... 67
Installation Procedures....................................................................... 70
Handling the Memory Cards......................................................................... 71
Getting Started .............................................................................................. 72
Command Summary .......................................................................... 73
Troubleshooting................................................................................. 77
Touchscreen Calibration.................................................................... 77
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UniOP
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Installation Guide
Introduction
This Installation Guide describes the main features of the UniOP operator panels.
The Guide refers to the following models:
BKDC-16
BKDC-16T
BKDC-46
BKDL-16
BKDL-16T
BKDR-16
BKDR-16T
BKDR-46
CP01F-02
CP01R-04
CP02F-02
CP02R-04
CP04F-04
CP05R-04
CP10G-04
CP11G-04
CP12G-04
CP13G-04
ECT-16
ECT-VGA
EF-02
EF-04
EL-16N
ELT-16
ELT-VGA
EL-VGA
ePAD30
ePAD30T
ePAD31
ePAD31T
ePAD32
ePAD32T
ePAD33
ePAD33T
ER-04
ER-16
ER-16TA
ER-25
Operator interface with color display
Operator interface with touch and color display
Operator interface with color display
Operator interface with EL display
Operator interface with touch and EL display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with touch and LCD display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with VFD display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with VFD display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with VFD display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with touch and color display
Operator interface with touch and VGA color display
Operator interface with VFD display
Operator interface with VFD display
Operator interface with EL display
Operator interface with touch and EL display
Operator interface with touch and VGA display
Operator interface with VGA display
Operator interface with TFT display
Operator interface with touch and TFT display
Operator interface with LCD display
Opertor interface with touch and LCD display
Operator interface with VGA display
Operator interface with touch and VGA display
Operator interface with TFT display
Operator interface with touch and TFT display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with touch and LCD display
Operator interface with LCD display
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UniOP
ER-25T
ERT-16
ERT-VGA
ER-VGA
eTOP05
eTOP10
eTOP11
eTOP12
eTOP30
eTOP31
eTOP32
eTOP33
eTOP40
eTOP50
ETT-VGA
MD00G-04
MD00R-02
MD00R-04
MD01R-02
MD02F-02
MD02G-04
MD02R-04
MD03R-02
MD03R-04
MKDC-VGA
MKDC-VGA-T
MKDF-02
MKDF-04
MKDG-05
MKDG-06
MKDG-07
MKDL-16N
MKDL-VGA
MKDR-04
MKDR-05
MKDR-16
MKDR-16TA
MKDR-25
MKDR-VGA
MKDR-VGA-T
MKDT-VGA
MKDT-VGA-T
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Operator interface with touch and LCD display
Operator interface with touch and LCD display
Operator interface with touch and VGA display
Operator interface with VGA display
Operator interface with LCD 5”7 display
Operator interface with TFT 5”7 display
Operator interface with LCD 5”7 display
Operator interface with LCD B/W 5”7 display
Operator interface with TFT 10”4 display
Operator interface with LCD 10”4 display
Operator interface with VGA B/W 9”4 display
Operator interface with TFT 10”4 display
Operator interface with TFT 12”1 display
Operator interface with XGA TFT 15” display
Operator interface with touch and TFT color display
Operator interface with LCD display
Low-cost operator interface with LCD display
Low-cost operator interface with LCD display
Low-cost operator interface with LCD display
Low-cost operator interface with VFD display
Low-cost operator interface with LCD display
Low-cost operator interface with LCD display
Low-cost operator interface with LCD display
Low-cost operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with VGA color display
Operator interface with touch and VGA color display
Operator interface with VFD display
Operator interface with VFD display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with EL display
Operator interface with VGA display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with touch and LCD display
Operator interface with LCD display
Operator interface with VGA display
Operator interface with touch and VGA display
Operator interface with TFT color display
Operator interface with touch and TFT color display
Installation Guide
TP01C-16
TP01R-16
Operator interface with color display
Operator interface with LCD display
The products have been designed for installation in an industrial environ in
compliance with the regulations:
Emitted interference
Noise Immunity
EN 61000-6-4
EN 61000-6-2
In compliance with the above regulations the products are CE marked.
Product Identification
The product may be identified through a plate attached to the rear cover. You will
have to know the type of unit you are using for correct usage of the information
contained in the guide.
An example of this plate is shown in the figure below:
eTOP10-0050
11/01
13435 35508
H/W V
S/W V
product model name
month/year of production
serial number
hardware version of the product
software version of the product
Technical Specifications
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
DC 18 - 30 V
(1)
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UniOP
Back-up battery (1)
Fuse
Environmental conditions
Operating temperature
3 V 270mA Lithium, not rechargeable,
life about 1 year, user replaceable,
model: CR2430.Change with same battery or
equivalent with the work temperature of UniOP.
2 A T user replaceable
(except the models CP10G-04, CP11G-04,
CP12G-04, CP13G-04, MKDG-06, MKDG-07,
MD00G-04, MD00R-02/04, ePAD30, ePAD30T,
ePAD31, ePAD31T, ePAD32, ePAD32T,
ePAD33, ePAD33T and eTOP05/10/11/12
eTOP30/31/32/33/40/50 that are equipped with an
overcurrent protection device)
0 ÷ +50°C, with the exception
of the model indicated on note
EN 60068-2-14
(2)
Storage temperature
Operating and storage humidity
Vibrations
Shock
Protection class
Keyboard reliability
Touch screen tecnology
Touch screen reliability
-20 ÷ +70°C
5 ÷ 85 % RH not-condensing
10 ÷ 57 Hz, 0,075 mm peak
57 ÷ 150 Hz, 1 G
50 G, 11 ms, 3 pulses per axis
IP65 front panel (3)
> 3 million operations
Resistive
> 1 million operations
EN 60068-2-14
EN 60068-2-30
EN 60068-2-6
EN 60068-2-27
EN 60529
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
Emitted interference
Class A
EN 55011
Immunity to radiated radiofrequency 80 MHz ÷ 1 GHz, 10 V/m
EN 61000-4-3
electromagnetic field
ENV 50204
900 MHz, 10V/m
Immunity to conducted disturbances 0.15 ÷ 80 MHz, 10 V
EN 61000-4-6
inducted by radiofrequency field
Fast transient
2 KV power supply
EN 61000-4-4
1 KV signal lines
Electrostatic discharge
8 KV in air
EN 61000-4-2
RS-232connector D-sub 15 pin female
PC/Printer Port(1)
300 - 38400 baud
PLC Port
RS-232, RS-422, RS-485, C.L. 20 mA (active),
connector D-15 pin male
300 - 38400(1) baud
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AUX Port
connector D-9 pin female (functionality can be
configured with an optional communicatin
module)
User memory
Recipe memory (1)
Hardware clock (1)
Alarms (1)
Historical event list (1)
Programming software
(1)
Notes:
(1)
(2)
(3)
16 KB / 32 KB RAM with back-up battery
Clock/Calendar with back-up battery
256/1024
last 256/1024 events with back-up battery
Designer version 6
feature depends on the panel models; see Table 1.
for models with “A6” suffix range 0 ÷ +60°C ,
for models with “A7” suffix range -20 ÷ +60°C
for eTOP and ePAD range 0 ÷ +45°C
all the installation instructions listed in the chapter ‘Installation
Environment’ must be followed in detail.
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UniOP
Model
Display
Backlight
Graphics
Display dimensions (mm)
Diagonal (inches)
Character height (mm)
User memory
User memory expansion
Function keys
System keys
Touch screen
User LED’s
System LED’s
PC/Printer Port
PLC Port
AUX Port (1)
Esternal keyboard Port
Programming speed
Battery
Recipe memory
Alarms
Events list
Hardware clock
Downloadable characters
Screen saver
Buzzer
Max current consumption on 24VDC (mA)
Suffix 45: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (2)
Suffix 50: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (3)
Max panel thickness (mm)
Weight (Kg)
BKDC-16
16x40 STN
COLOR
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
14
23
11
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
500
216x168x82
8
1.4
BKDC-16T
16x40 STN
COLOR
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
14
23
YES
11
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
500
216x168x82
8
1.4
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BKDC-46
16x40 STN
COLOR
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
8MB
33
24
24
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
-YES
600
275x220x80
5
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BKDL-16
16x40 EL
BKDL-16T
16x40 EL
BKDR-16
16x40 LCD
BKDR-16T
16x40 LCD
BKDR-46
16x40 LCD
CP01F-02
2x20 VFD
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
14
23
11
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
800
216x168x82
8
1.4
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
14
23
YES
11
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
800
216x168x82
8
1.4
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
14
23
11
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
500
216x168x82
8
1.4
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
14
23
YES
11
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
500
216x168x82
8
1.4
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
8MB
33
24
24
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
600
275x220x80
5
1.9
LED
5
512KB
up to 1MB
5
19
5
1
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
300
138x186x82
8
1.1
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UniOP
Model
Display
Backlight
Graphics
Display dimensions (mm)
Diagonal (inches)
Character height (mm)
User memory
User memory expansion
Function keys
System keys
Touch screen
User LED’s
System LED’s
PC/Printer Port
PLC Port
AUX Port (1)
Esternal keyboard Port
Programming speed
Battery
Recipe memory
Alarms
Events list
Hardware clock
Downloadable characters
Screen saver
Buzzer
Max current consumption on 24VDC (mA)
Suffix 45: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (2)
Suffix 50: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (3)
Max panel thickness (mm)
Weight (Kg)
CP01R-04
4x20 LCD
CP02F-02
2x20 VFD
CP02R-04
4x20 LCD
LED
5
512KB
up to 1MB
5
19
5
1
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
8
250
138x186x82
8
1.1
LED
5
512KB
up to 1MB
16
18
16
1
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
300
138x186x82
8
1.1
LED
5
512KB
up to 1MB
16
18
16
1
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
8
250
138x186x82
8
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CP04F-04
4x20 VFD
CP05R-04
4x20 LCD
CP10G-04
4x20 LCD
CP11G-04
4x20 LCD
CP12G-04
4x20 LCD
CP13G-04
4x20 LCD
LED
5
512KB
up to 1MB
10
19
10
2
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
450
168x216x82
8
1.3
LED
5
512KB
up to 1MB
5
19
5
1
YES
YES
9600
256
8
250
138x186x82
8
1.1
LED
120x32
70x21
2.8”
512KB
up to 1MB
12
23
13
4
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
256
300
141x176x76
141x176x80
5
1.1
LED
120x32
70x21
2.8”
512KB
up to 1MB
12
23
13
4
YES
YES
9600
256
256
300
141x176x76
141x176x80
5
1.1
LED
120x32
70x21
2.8”
512KB
up to 1MB
23
24
32
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
256
250
275x220x76
275x220x85
5
2
LED
120x32
70x21
2.8”
512KB
up to 1MB
23
24
32
5
YES
YES
9600
256
256
250
275x220x76
275x220x85
5
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UniOP
Model
Display
Backlight
Graphics
Display dimensions (mm)
Diagonal (inches)
Character height (mm)
User memory
User memory expansion
Function keys
System keys
Touch screen
User LED’s
System LED’s
PC/Printer Port
PLC Port
AUX Port (1)
Esternal keyboard Port
Programming speed
Battery
Recipe memory
Alarms
Events list
Hardware clock
Downloadable characters
Screen saver
Buzzer
Max current consumption on 24VDC (mA)
Suffix 45: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (2)
Suffix 50: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (3)
Max panel thickness (mm)
Weight (Kg)
ECT-16
16x40 STN
COLOR
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
YES
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
500
216x168x82
8
1.4
ECT-VGA
30x80 STN
COLOR
CCFL
640x480
212x159
10.4”
8MB
8
3
YES
8
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
700
311x220x89
9
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EF-02
2x40 VFD
CCFL
5
512KB
up to 1MB
5
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
500
311x111x89
9
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EF-04
4x40 VFD
EL-16N
16x40 EL
ELT-16
16x40 EL
ELT-VGA
30x80 EL
CCFL
5
512KB
up to 1MB
5
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
700
311x111x89
9
1.9
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
5
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
800
311x165x89
9
2.4
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
YES
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
800
216x168x82
8
1.4
CCFL
640x480
212x159
10.4”
8MB
8
3
YES
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
1300
311x220x89
9
2.7
EL-VGA
30x80
ePAD30
30x80 TFT
CCFL
CCFL
640x480
640X480
212x159
218X159
10.4”
10.4”
8MB
8MB
16MB
8
12
3
47
8
24
5
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400 9600-38400
YES
YES
32KB
32 KB
1024
1024
1024
1024
YES
YES
256
256
YES
YES
1300
700
311x220x89
311x276x100
9
4
2.7
2.7
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UniOP
Model
Display
ePAD30T
30x80 TFT
ePAD31
30x80 STN
COLOR
CCFL
640X480
218X159
10.4”
8MB
16MB
12
47
24
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32 KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
700
-
ePAD31T
30x80 STN
COLOR
CCFL
640X480
218X159
10.4”
8MB
16MB
12
47
YES
24
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32 KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
700
-
Backlight
CCFL
Graphics
640X480
Display dimensions (mm)
218X159
Diagonal (inches)
10.4”
Character height (mm)
User memory
8MB
User memory expansion
16MB
Function keys
12
System keys
47
Touch screen
YES
User LED’s
24
System LED’s
5
PC/Printer Port
YES
PLC Port
YES
(1)
AUX Port
YES
Esternal keyboard Port
Programming speed
9600-38400
Battery
YES
Recipe memory
32 KB
Alarms
1024
Events list
1024
Hardware clock
YES
Downloadable characters
256
Screen saver
YES
Buzzer
YES
Max current consumption on 24VDC (mA)
700
Suffix 45: diemnsions WxHxD (mm) (2)
(3)
311x276x100 311x276x100 311x276x100
Suffix 50: diemnsions WxHxD (mm)
Max panel thickness (mm)
4
4
4
Weight (Kg)
2.7
2.7
2.7
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ePAD32
30x80 LCD
ePAD32T
30x80 LCD
ePAD33
30x80 TFT
ePAD33T
30x80 TFT
ER-04
4x40 LCD
ER-16
16x40 LCD
CCFL
640X400
218X159
10.4”
8MB
16MB
12
47
24
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32 KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
700
-
CCFL
640X400
218X159
10.4”
8MB
16MB
12
47
YES
24
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32 KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
700
-
CCFL
640X480
218X159
10.4”
8MB
16MB
12
47
24
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32 KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
700
-
CCFL
640X480
218X159
10.4”
8MB
16MB
12
47
YES
24
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32 KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
700
-
CCFL
5
512KB
311x276x100
311x276x100
311x276x100
311x276x100
4
2.7
4
2.7
4
2.7
4
2.7
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
5
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
500
311x165x89
9
2.4
5
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
8
400
311x111x89
9
1.7
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UniOP
Model
Display
ER-16TA
16x40 LCD
ER-25
25x80 LCD
ER-25T
25x80 LCD
Backlight
Graphics
Display dimensions (mm)
Diagonal (inches)
Character height (mm)
User memory
User memory expansion
Function keys
System keys
Touch screen
User LED’s
System LED’s
PC/Printer Port
PLC Port
AUX Port (1)
Esternal keyboard Port
Programming speed
Battery
Recipe memory
Alarms
Events list
Hardware clock
Downloadable characters
Screen saver
Buzzer
Max current consumption on 24VDC (mA)
Suffix 45: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (2)
Suffix 50: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (3)
Max panel thickness (mm)
Weight (Kg)
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
5
YES
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
500
311x165x89
9
2.4
CCFL
640x400
194x121
9.6”
512KB
Up to 1MB
5
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
600
311x220x89
9
2.7
CCFL
640x400
194x121
9.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
5
YES
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
600
311x220x89
9
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Installation Guide
ERT-16
16x40 LCD
ERT-VGA
30x80 LCD
ER-VGA
30x80 LCD
eTOP05
16X40 LCD
eTOP10
16X40 TFT
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
YES
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
500
216x168x82
8
1.4
CCFL
640x480
194x146
9.6”
2MB
8
3
YES
8
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
600
311x220x89
9
2.7
CCFL
640x480
194x146
9.6”
2MB
8
3
8
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
600
311x220x89
9
2.7
LED
320x240
121x91
5.7"
8MB
YES
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
600
187x147x71
4
1.4
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.7"
8MB
YES
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
600
187x147x95
4
1.4
eTOP11
16X40 STN
COLOR
CCFL
320X240
121x91
5.7”
8MB
YES
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
600
187x147x95
4
1.4
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UniOP
Model
Display
eTOP12
16X40 LCD
eTOP30
30X80 TFT
Backlight
Graphics
Display dimensions (mm)
Diagonal (inches)
Character height (mm)
User memory
User memory expansion
Function keys
System keys
Touch screen
User LED’s
System LED’s
PC/Printer Port
PLC Port
AUX Port (1)
Esternal keyboard Port
Programming speed
Battery
Recipe memory
Alarms
Events list
Hardware clock
Downloadable characters
Screen saver
Buzzer
Max current consumption on 24VDC
( A) 45: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (2)
Suffix
Suffix 50: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (3)
Max panel thickness (mm)
Weight (Kg)
CCFL
320X240
121X91
5.7”
8MB
YES
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32 KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
600
187x147x95
4
1.4
CCFL
640X480
218X159
10.4”
8MB
YES
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32 KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
700
287x232x95
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4
2.25
eTOP31
30X80 STN
COLOR
CCFL
640x480
218x159
10.4"
8MB
YES
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
700
287x232x95
4
2.25
Installation Guide
eTOP32
30X80 LCD
eTOP33
30X80 TFT
eTOP40
40X100 TFT
eTOP50
48X128 TFT
ETT-VGA
30x80 TFT
MD00G-04
4x20 LCD
CCFL
640X480
218x159
10.4”
8MB
YES
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
700
287x232x95
4
2.25
CCFL
640X480
218X159
10.4”
8MB
YES
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32 KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
700
-
CCFL
800X600
246x184
12.1”
8MB
YES
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32 KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
800
337x267x95
4
2.85
CCFL
1024X768
304X228
15”
8MB
YES
5
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32 KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
YES
1200
-
CCFL
640x480
194x146
9.6”
512KB
8
3
YES
8
6
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
700
311x220x89
9
2.7
LED
120x32
70x21
2.8”
512KB
4
7
5
4
YES
YES
9600
256
256
250
149x109x53
5
1
287x232x95
4
2.25
392x307x104
4
3.85
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UniOP
Model
Display
MD00R-02
2x20 LCD
MD00R-04
4x20 LCD
MD01R-02
2x20 LCD
Backlight
Graphics
Display dimensions (mm)
Diagonal (inches)
Character height (mm)
User memory
User memory expansion
Function keys
System keys
Touch screen
User LED’s
System LED’s
PC/Printer Port
PLC Port
AUX Port (1)
Esternal keyboard Port
Programming speed
Battery
Recipe memory
Alarms
Events list
Hardware clock
Downloadable characters
Screen saver
Buzzer
Max current consumption on 24VDC
( A) 45: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (2)
Suffix
Suffix 50: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (3)
Max panel thickness (mm)
Weight (Kg)
LED
6
512KB
4
7
5
4
YES
YES
9600
256
8
250
149x109x53
5
0.9
LED
5
512KB
4
7
5
4
YES
YES
9600
256
8
250
149x109x53
5
0.9
LED
6
512KB
4
7
4
2
YES
YES
9600
256
8
250
195x98x82
195x98x90
8
0.9
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Installation Guide
MD02F-02
2x20 VFD
MD02G-04
4x20 LCD
MD02R-04
4x20 LCD
MD03R-02
2x20 LCD
MD03R-04
4x20 LCD
CCFL
5
512KB
9
10
9
2
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
300
195x98x82
8
0.9
LED
120x32
70x21
2.8”
512KB
9
10
9
2
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
8
250
195x98x82
8
0.9
LED
5
512KB
9
10
9
2
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
8
250
195x98x82
195x98x90
8
0.9
LED
6
512KB
9
10
9
2
YES
YES
9600
256
8
250
195x98x82
195x98x90
8
0.9
LED
5
512KB
9
10
9
2
YES
YES
9600
256
8
250
195x98x82
195x98x90
8
0.9
MKDC-VGA
30x80 STN
COLOR
CCFL
640x480
212x159
10.4”
8MB
26
25
26
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
700
311x276x89
9
3.5
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UniOP
Model
Display
Backlight
Graphics
Display dimensions (mm)
Diagonal (inches)
Character height (mm)
User memory
User memory expansion
Function keys
System keys
Touch screen
User LED’s
System LED’s
PC/Printer Port
PLC Port
AUX Port (1)
Esternal keyboard Port
Programming speed
Battery
Recipe memory
Alarms
Events list
Hardware clock
Downloadable characters
Screen saver
Buzzer
Max current consumption on 24VDC (mA)
Suffix 45: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (2)
Suffix 50: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (3)
Max panel thickness (mm)
Weight (Kg)
MKDC-VGA-T
30x80 STN
COLOR
CCFL
640x480
212x159
10.4”
8MB
26
25
YES
26
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
700
311x276x89
9
3.5
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MKDF-02
2x40 VFD
MKDF-04
4x40 VFD
LED
5
512KB
1024KB
16
29
24
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
500
311x165x89
9
1.9
LED
5
512KB
1024KB
16
29
24
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
700
311x165x89
9
1.9
Installation Guide
MKDG-05
8x40 LCD
CCFL
240x64
127x34
5.2”
5
512KB
1024KB
20
18
26
4
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
400
311x111x89
9
1.9
MKDG-06
8x40 LCD
MKDG-07
8x40 LCD
MKDL-16N
16x40 EL
MKDL-VGA
30x80
MKDR-04
4x40 LCD
CCFL
CCFL
CCFL
240x64
240x64
320x240
127x34
127x34
121x91
5.2”
5.2”
5.6”
512KB
512KB
512KB
1024KB
up to 640 KB up to 1MB
23
23
16
24
24
19
24
32
24
5
5
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400 9600-38400 9600-38400
YES
YES
YES
16KB
16KB
32KB
1024
1024
1024
256
256
1024
YES
YES
YES
256
256
256
400
400
800
220x176x73 275x220x76 311x220x89
220x176x85 275x220x85
5
5
9
1.2
2
2.5
CCFL
640x480
212x159
10.4"
8MB
26
24
26
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
1300
311x276x76
9
3.5
LED
5
512KB
up to 1MB
16
29
24
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
8
400
311x165x89
9
1.9
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UniOP
Model
Display
Backlight
Graphics
Display dimensions (mm)
Diagonal (inches)
Character height (mm)
User memory
User memory expansion
Function keys
System keys
Touch screen
User LED’s
System LED’s
PC/Printer Port
PLC Port
AUX Port (1)
Esternal keyboard Port
Programming speed
Battery
Recipe memory
Alarms
Events list
Hardware clock
Downloadable characters
Screen saver
Buzzer
Max current consumption on 24VDC (mA)
Suffix 45: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (2)
Suffix 50: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (3)
Max panel thickness (mm)
Weight (Kg)
MKDR-05
4x40 LCD
MKDR-16
16x40 LCD
MKDR-16TA
16x40 LCD
LED
5
512KB
up to 1MB
20
18
26
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
16KB
1024
256
YES
8
350
311x111x89
9
1.8
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
512KB
Up to 1MB
16
19
24
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
500
311x220x89
9
2.5
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
16
19
YES
24
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
500
311x220x89
9
2.5
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Installation Guide
MKDR-25
25x80 LCD
MKDR-VGA MKDR-VGA-T MKDT-VGA MKDT-VGA-T
30x80
30x80
30x80
30x80
CCFL
640x400
194x121
9.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
26
24
26
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
600
311x276x89
9
3.5
CCFL
640x480
194x146
9.6”
8MB
26
24
26
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
600
311x276x89
9
3.5
CCFL
640x480
194x146
9.6”
8MB
26
24
YES
26
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
600
311x276x89
9
3.5
CCFL
640x480
212x159
10.4”
8MB
26
24
26
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
700
311x276x89
9
3.5
CCFL
640x480
212x159
10.4”
8MB
26
24
YES
26
5
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
700
311x276x89
9
3.5
TP01C-16
16x40 STN
COLOR
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
30
25
32
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
500
220x311x89
9
2.5
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UniOP
Model
Display
TP01R-16
16x40 LCD
Backlight
Graphics
Display dimensions (mm)
Diagonal (inches)
Character height (mm)
User memory
User memory expansion
Function keys
System keys
Touch screen
User LED’s
System LED’s
PC/Printer Port
PLC Port
AUX Port (1)
Esternal keyboard Port
Programming speed
Battery
Recipe memory
Alarms
Events list
Hardware clock
Downloadable characters
Screen saver
Buzzer
Max current consumption on 24VDC (mA)
Suffix 45: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (2)
Suffix 50: dimensions WxHxD (mm) (3)
Max panel thickness (mm)
Weight (Kg)
CCFL
320x240
121x91
5.6”
512KB
up to 1MB
30
25
32
4
YES
YES
YES
YES
9600-38400
YES
32KB
1024
1024
YES
256
YES
500
220x311x89
9
2.5
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Installation Guide
H
Notes :
W
(1) With optional module.
(2) Suffix 45: for operator panel which have suffix A6, A7, 45.
(3) Suffix 50: for operator panel which have suffix 50.
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UniOP
Installation
UniOP panels are designed to be mounted on the front of some type of enclosure.
The bezel height, bezel width and the cut-out dimensions for each panel type are
given in the following pages.
Note: remove the red BATTERY PROTECTION strip before installation
Phisical Dimensions
All measurements are given in mm, with tolerance ±0.5.
109mm
4.29"
MD00G-04, MD00R-02, MD00R-04
5mm
0.19"
96mm
3.78"
149mm
5.86"
136mm
5.35"
Figure 1 - Dimensions
26
Installation Guide
98mm
3.85"
MD01R-02, MD02F-02, MD02G-04, MD02R-04, MD03R-02, MD03R-04
8mm
0.31"
195mm
7.67 "
174mm
6.85 "
5.0mm
0.20 "
4.5mm
0.18 "
87mm
3.43"
4x 4. 2mm
0.16"
184mm
7.24 "
A = 74mm 2.91” for operator panel which have suffix A6, A7, 45.
82mm 3.2” for operator panel which have suffix 50
Figure 2 - Dimensions
27
UniOP
176mm
6.93"
CP10G-04, CP11G-04
163mm
6.41"
141mm
5.55"
128mm
5.04"
A = 71mm 2.8” for operator panel which have suffix A6, A7, 45.
75mm 2.9” for operator panel which have suffix 50
Figure 3 - Dimensions
28
5mm
0.2"
Installation Guide
186mm
7.32 "
CP01F-02, CP01R-04, CP02F-02, CP02R-04, CP05R-04
138mm
5.43"
8mm
0.31"
165mm
6.50 "
176mm
6.93 "
5.5mm
0.22 "
4x 4.2mm 5.5mm
0.16 " 0.22 "
117mm
4.61 "
128mm
5.04 "
Figure 4 - Dimensions
29
UniOP
216mm
8.50 "
CP04F-04
8mm
0.31 "
195mm
7.67 "
205mm
8.07 "
5mm
0.20 "
168mm
6.61 "
4x 4.2mm
5mm
0.20 "
0.16 "
147mm
5.79 "
157mm
6.18 "
Figure 5 - Dimensions
30
Installation Guide
BKDC-16, BKDC-16T, BKDL-16, BKDL-16T, BKDR-16, BKDR-16T, ECT16, ELT-16, ERT-16
Figure 6 - Dimensions
31
UniOP
220mm
8.66 “
BKDC-46, BKDR-46
275mm
10.82”
5mm
0.16 "
206mm
8.11 “
262mm
10.31”
Figure 7 - Dimensions
32
Installation Guide
111mm
4.37 "
EF-02, EF-04, ER-04, MKDR-05, MKDG-05
80mm
3.15 "
9mm
0.35 "
80mm
3.15 "
9mm
0.35 "
92mm
3.62 "
311mm
12.25 "
292mm
11.50 "
Figure 8 - Dimensions
165mm
6.50 "
EL-16N, ER-16, ER-16TA, MKDF-02, MKDF-04, MKDR-04
147mm
5.79 "
311mm
12.25 "
292mm
11.50 "
Figure 9 - Dimensions
33
UniOP
147 mm
5.79”
eTOP05
4 mm
0.16”
67 mm
2.63”
187 mm
7.36”
136 mm
5.35”
176 mm
6.9”
Figure 10 - Dimensions
34
Installation Guide
147 mm
5.79”
eTOP10, eTOP11, eTOP12
4 mm
0.16”
187 mm
7.36”
91 mm
3.56”
136 mm
5.35”
176 mm
6.9”
Figure 11 - Dimensions
35
UniOP
232 mm
9.13”
eTOP30, eTOP31, eTOP32, eTOP33
4 mm
0.16”
287 mm
11.29”
221 mm
8.7”
276 mm
10.86”
Figure 12 - Dimensions
36
91 mm
3.56”
Installation Guide
267 mm
10.51”
eTOP40
4 mm
0.16”
337 mm
13.26”
91 mm
3.56”
256 mm
10.07”
326 mm
12.83”
Figure 13 - Dimensions
37
UniOP
12.08”
307 mm
eTOP50
4 mm
0.16”
392 mm
100 mm
3.95”
15.43”
11.65”
296 mm
381 mm
14.99”
Figure 14 - Dimensions
38
Installation Guide
176mm
6.93"
MKDG-06
5mm
0.2"
163mm
6.41"
220mm
8.66"
207mm
8.15"
A=
68mm 2.8” for operator panel which have suffix A6, A7, 45.
80mm 3.1” for operator panel which have suffix 50.
Figure 15 - Dimensions
39
UniOP
220mm
8.66"
CP12G-04, CP13G-04, MKDG-07
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
207mm
8.15"
275mm
10.82"
262mm
10.35"
A = hole for switch, 22mm diameter.
B = holes for switches, 16mm diameter.
C = 71mm 2.8” for operator panel which have suffix A6, A7, 45.
80mm 3.1” for operator panel which have suffix 50.
Figure 16 - Dimensions
40
5mm
0.2"
Installation Guide
ECT-VGA, ELT-VGA, EL-VGA, ER-25, ER-25T, ER-VGA,
ERT-VGA, ETT-VGA, MKDL-16N, MKDR-16, MKDR-16TA,
TP01R-16, TP01C-16.
220mm
8.66 "
Note: TP01C-16 and TP01R-16 dimensions are the same as shown below, but
rotated 90 degrees so that the height and width dimensions are reversed.
9mm
0.35 "
202mm
7.95 "
311mm
12.25"
292mm
11.50 "
Figure 17 - Dimensions
41
UniOP
276mm
10.86 "
MKDC-VGA, MKDC-VGA-T, MKDL-VGA, MKDR-25, MKDR-VGA, MKDRVGA-T, MKDT-VGA, MKDT-VGA-T
257mm
10.12 "
311mm
12.25 "
292mm
11.50"
Figure 18 - Dimensions
42
80mm
3.15 "
9mm
0.35 "
Installation Guide
10.86”
276 mm
ePAD30, ePAD30T, ePAD31, ePAD31T, ePAD32, ePAD32T, ePAD33,
ePAD33T.
4 mm
0.16”
311 mm
12.25”
96 mm
3.76”
257 mm
10.2”
292 mm
11.5”
Figure 19 - Dimensions
43
UniOP
Connections
MD00G-04, MD00R-02, MD00R-04
Figure 20 - Connectors
MD01R-02, MD03R-02, MD03R-04
Figure 21 - Connectors
44
Installation Guide
MD02F-02, MD02R-04
Figure 22 - Connectors
POWER
MD02G-04
AUX PORT
PLC PORT PC/PRINTER PORT
Figure 23 - Connectors
45
UniOP
CP05R-04
PLC PORT
AUX PORT
FUSE
POWER
Figure 24 - Connectors
CP01F-02, CP01R-04, CP02F-02, CP02R-04
Figure 25 - Connectors
46
Installation Guide
CP11G-04
Figure 26 - Connectors
47
UniOP
CP10G-04
Figure 27 - Connectors
CP04F-04, CP04F-04G
Figure 28 - Connectors
48
Installation Guide
POWER FUSE
BKDC-16, BKDC-16T, BKDL-16, BKDL-16T, BKDR-16, BKDR-16T,
ECT-16, ELT-16, ERT-16
AUX PORT PLC PORT PC/PRINTER PORT
EXTERNAL KEYBOARD PORT
Figure 29 - Connectors
MKDG-06
Figure 30 - Connectors
49
UniOP
POWER
eTOP05
AUX PORT PLC PORT PC PRINTER
Figure 31 - Connectors
POWER
eTOP10, eTOP11, eTOP12, eTOP30, eTOP31, eTOP32, eTOP33, eTOP40,
eTOP50
AUX PORT PLC PORT PC PRINTER
Figure 32 - Connectors
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POWER FUSE
EF-02, EF-04, ER-04, MKDR-05, MKDG-05
AUX PORT PLC PORT PC/PRINTER PORT
EXTERNAL KEYBOARD PORT
Figure 33 - Connectors
POWER FUSE
EL-16, EL-16N, ER-16, ER-16TA, MKDF-02, MKDF-04, MKDR-04
AUX PORT PLC PORT PC/PRINTER PORT
EXTERNAL KEYBOARD PORT
Figure 34 - Connectors
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POWER FUSE
BKDC-46, BKDR-46
AUX PORT PLC PORT PC PRINTER
Figure 35 - Connectors
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POWER FUSE
ECT-VGA, EL-25, EL-25T, ELT-VGA, EL-VGA, ER-25, ER-25T, ER-VGA,
ERT-VGA, ETT-VGA, MKDL-16, MKDL-16N, MKDR-16, MKDR-16TA,
TP01C-16, TP01R-16
AUX PORT PLC PORT PC/PRINTER PORT
EXTERNAL KEYBOARD PORT
Figure 36 - Connectors
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CP13G-04
Figure 37 - Connectors
CP12G-04, MKDG-07
Figure 38 - Connectors
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POWER
FUSE
MKDC-VGA, MKDC-VGA-T, MKDL-25, MKDL-VGA, MKDR-25, MKDRVGA, MKDR-VGA-T, MKDT-VGA, MKDT-VGA-T
AUX PORT PLC PORT PC/PRINTER PORT
EXTERNAL KEYBOARD PORT
Figure 39 - Connectors
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POWER
ePAD30, ePAD30T, ePAD31, ePAD31T, ePAD32, ePAD32T, ePAD33,
ePAD33T.
AUX PORT PLC PORT PC PRINTER
Figure 40 - Connectors
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Power Supply and Grounding
The power supply terminal block is shown in the figure below. The terminal block is
included with the panel.
Figure 41 - Power supply terminal block
Note: ensure that the power supply has enough power capacity for the operation
of the equipment.
The unit must always be grounded to protection earth (PE). Grounding helps limit the
effects of noise due to electromagnetic interference on the control system.
Earth connection will have to be done using either either the screw or the faston
terminal located near the power supply terminal block. A yellow label help identify
the ground connection. Also connect to ground the terminal 3 on the power supply
terminal block.
The power supply circuit may be floating or grounded. In the latter case connect to
ground the power source common as shown in figure 42 with a dashed line.
When using the floating power scheme, note that the panels internally connect the
power commond to ground with a 1 MΩ resistor in parallel with a 10 nF capacitor.
The power supply must have double or reinforced insulation
The suggested wiring for the power supply is shown in figure 42.
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L1
N
PE
AC
DC
L+
PANEL
M
Figure 42 - Power supply
All the electronic devices in the control system must be properly grounded.
Grounding must be performed according to applicable regulations.
PLC Port
The PLC Port is used to communicate with the PLC or with another type of
controller; if the panel is configured as an UniNET client, then this port may be used
for the network connection.
Different electrical standards are available for the signals in the PLC port connector:
RS-232, RS-422, RS-485 or Current Loop 20 mA. The cable used selects the
appropriate signals. It is always necessary to use the correct cable type for on the
PLC to be connected.
Note: If the proper cable is not used, communication with the PLC will not be
possible.
The connector is a D-15 pin male. Pin assignment is shown in the table below.
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Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Description
Frame Ground
RXD
TXD
+5 V output (Max 100mA)
GND
CHACHBTX+ 20 mA
TX- 20 mA
RTS
CTS
RX+ 20 mA
RX- 20 mA
CHA+
CHB+
Figure 43 - PLC Port connector and pin assignment
The communication cable must be chosen for the type of device being connected.
PC/Printer Port
The function of the PC/Printer Port depends on the mode of operation of the panel.
Configuration Mode
programming port
Operation Mode, UniNET Server
connection to UniNET
Operation Mode, UniNET not active or Client node
connection to serial printer
Only RS232 signals are available on the PC/Printer Port. The connector is a D-15 pin
female. Pin assignment is shown in the table below.
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Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Description
Frame Ground
RXD
TXD
+5 V output (max 100mA)
GND
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
RTS
CTS
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Figure 44 - PC/Printer Port connector and pin assignment
Use cable CA2 to connect the panel to a PC for programming. The diagram is shown
in the figure below. The connector is a D-9 pin female.
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Figure 45 - Programming cable CA2
Figure 46 - Programming cable CA114
When the panel is in Operation Mode and is not as a UniNET Server, you can attach
a serial printer to the PC/Printer Port. The communication parameters for the printer
are defined by the application program (project file)
Note: the communication cable to the printer depends on the communication
interface of the printer.
AUX Port
The AUX Port is a communication port specially designed for industrial network
communication. The AUX Port connector is a 9 pin D sub type. The functionality of
the AUX Port depends on the optional communication module which is plugged into
the unit.
Note: The pin assignment of the Aux Port connector is described in the manual
of the communication module.
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The procedure to mount the communication modules is the following:
1) turn off the unit
2) partially unscrew with a screwdriver the 2 screws holding the rear cover. The
screws are labelled ‘A’ in Figure 47
3) remove the cover (for eTOP05/10/11/12/30/31/32/33/40/50 and ePAD30,
ePAD30T, ePAD31, ePAD31T, ePAD32, ePAD32T, ePAD33, ePAD33T lever
with screwdriver on the slot on the cover’s side).
4) plug the module in the red connectors; make sure the connectors are locked
5) replace the rear cover
6) fix the 2 screws ‘A’ (for eTOP05/10/11/12/30/31/32/33/40/50 and ePAD30,
ePAD30T, ePAD31, ePAD31T, ePAD32, ePAD32T, ePAD33, ePAD33T close
the cover with a little pressure).
7) stick in the area ‘B’ the label describing the functionality of the AUX Port. The
label is delivered with the modules
A
A
Figure 47 - Mounting the communication modules
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Models without the PC/Printer Port
Some UniOP models, see Table 1, do not have the PC/Printer Port. The PLC Port
will be referred to as the PLC/PC Port, and will be used as a programming port when
the panel is in Configuration Mode. You must use a gender changer with the
CA2/CA114 cable to program these units.
External Keyboard Port
Several UniOP models, see Table 1, are equipped with a connector designed to
connect an external keyboard type ET-F or AT-F. The communication cable comes
with the keyboards.
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Battery Replacement
Some models require the use of the lithium battery for data back-up.
The following information is maintained by the battery:
• hardware real-time clock (date and time)
• event list
• recipe data
UniOP panels signal the battery status in more than one way:
• blinking of the LED indicator FAULT or FLT (when available) or
• with the ‘Battery’ field in System Menu (BATTERY OK or LOW)
• with the value of the S6 bit in the RDA
When the panel signals that the battery is low, you should replace the battery as soon
as possible.
Note: Replacing the battery will cause the loss of the data maintained by the
battery.
To replace the battery, follow the procedure listed below:
Battery
Figure 48 - battery replacement
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1) turn off the power to the panel
2) use a screwdriver to loose the four screws securing the block composed by the
two metal units
3) remove the block
4) remove the battery
5) replace the battery with a new one
Note:CAUTION! Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced .Replace
only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer.Dispose of used batteries according to the manufaturer’s
instructions.
6) replace the block; tighten the four screws
7) apply power to the panel and check that battery good status is signaled.
Removing the Legends
The keyboard legends can be removed in one step by grasping the exposed portion of
the legend and sliding it downward.
Use the blank legends that come with the panel or other with equivalent thickness
and consistency. Do not use legends thicker than ones included in the panel.
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Dedicated LED’s
The table below shows the name and the symbol (when available) of the LED’s
dedicated to special functions which may be available in the UniOP operator panels.
LED
Name/symbol
Color
Status
FAULT/FLT
red
OFF
BLINK
DL
green
RUN /
COM /
ALARM /
!
green
green
red
Battery low
Hardware fault
OFF
No keys are pressed and no errors
Communication error (not all
models)
ON
While any key is pressed (visual
feedback)
OFF
No hardware problem detected
BLINK
green
No hardware problem detected;
battery OK
ON
BLINK
red
Meaning
Battery low
ON
Hardware fault
OFF
No keys are pressed
ON
While any key is pressed (visual
feedback)
OFF
Hardware fault
ON
Unit in operation
BLINK
Communication error
ON
Communication OK
OFF
No alarms
BLINK
ON
Alarm requires acknowledgment
Alarm active
Table 2 - Dedicated LED’s
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Usage and Safety Guidelines
Applicable Regulations
Regulations and recommendations have been issued in Europe covering the main
safety-related issues in control systems which include operator interfaces.
EN 60204-1 lists some important guidelines applicable when using operator
interfaces.
9.2.4
9.2.5.3
9.2.5.4
9.2.5.6
9.2.5.7
9.4
Suspension of safeguards
Stop
Emergency stop
Hold-to-run controls
Two-hand controls
Control function in case of failure
Do not use operator interface to directly command motors, valves or other actuators
not equipped with safeguards and potentially harmful to persons or equipment in case
of fault to the unit.
The units are intended to be monted on the front panel of a metallic cabinet. The
service personnel, when operating directly on the powered unit, must be
electrostatically discharged.
All safety related regulations must be observed
CAUTION! Don’t open the panel rear cover when the power supply is applied.
Installation Environment
The equipment is not intended for continuous exposure to direct sunlight This might
accelerate the aging process of the front panel film.
The equipment is not intended for installation in contact with corrosive chemical
compounds. Check the resistance of the front panel film to a specific compound
before installation.
Do not use tools of any kind (screwdrivers, etc.) to operate the keyboard of the panel
or the touch screen.
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In order to meet the front panel protection classifications, proper installation
procedure must be followed:
• the borders of the cutout must be flat
• screw up each fixing screw until the plastic bezel corner get in contact with the
panel.
• The cutout for the panel must be of the dimensions indicated in this manual.
• Two types of gaskes are delivered with the UniOP panels, depending on the
model, rectangular or linear.
Applying the rectangular gasket
• The gasket should be applied around the cutout prepared for the panel being
careful not to place it under tension
• The gasket should be replaced every time that the panel is dismounted and
remounted in its place
CUT-OUT
GASKET
UniOP PANEL
Figure 49 - panel with rectangular gasket installation
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Applying the two linear gaskets:
Thin strip:
• The gasket should be applied around the cutout prepared for the panel
• The gasket should be applied starting from the middle of the lower side being
careful not to place it under tension
• The two ends of the gasket should meet without overlap
• The gasket should be replaced every time that the panel is dismounted and
remounted in its place
Large strip:
• The gasket should be applied on the operator panel just behind the bezel
• The gasket should be applied starting from the 1/3 of the lower side being
careful not to place it under tension
• The two ends of the gasket should meet without overlap
• The gasket should be replaced every time that the panel is dismounted and
remounted in its place
CUT-OUT
1/2
LARGE STRIP
THIN STRIP
Figure 50 - panel with linear gaskets installation
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Installation Procedures
Place the four fixing brackets on the longer side near the corners, as shown in figure
(Figure 51). Screw each fixing screw until the plastic or aluminium bezel corner get
in contact with the panel.
FIXING BRACKET
Figure 51 – Fixing bracket position
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Cleaning Faceplates
The equipment must be cleaned only with a soft cloth and neutral soap product. Do
not use solvents.
Handling the Memory Cards
The SSFDC memory cards used in some of the UniOP operator panels need to be
handled with care when replaced in the memory slot of the panel.
Figure 52 – SSFDC memory card
Before inserting the memory card in its slot in the panel, the contact area must be
verified to be clean. Any track of contaminants such as oil or any greasy substances
should be carefully removed.
Contamination on the golden contacts of the memory card, at the moment the media
is inserted in the slot, may generate an insulating layer that may result in electrical
contact problems with the sliding elements of the socket.
Corrosive / active chemicals may permanently damage the memory card golden
surface. Any contact with such substances must be carefully avoided.
To ensure the proper operation of the memory media the contact surface of the
SSFDC card should be cleaned with a soft, clean tissue.
Note: The use of any synthetic cloth could permanently damage the memory
card due to electrostatic discharge.
Direct contact with the human body (fingers) with the contact area should be
carefully avoided.
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In case the memory card needs to be removed from the slot and carried around, it has
to be kept in a special antistatic protective case.
Getting Started
UniOP panels must be programmed with the programming package Designer.
To program a panel you will have to connect the panel to a personal computer
running Designer software package; the panel must be in Configuration mode to be
programmed. Use the cable CA2/CA114 to connect the panel to a personal computer.
The software package Designer is a WindowsTM application and must be properly
installed. The WindowsTM environment is not included in the software package
Designer and must already be installed on the personal computer.
The software package can use either the communication ports COM1 or COM2 on
the personal computer. Check that the Designer program is correctly configured to
comunicate with the communication port to which the cable attached.
The communication parameters between the panel and the personal computer are:
speed:
9600 (models PC/Printer Port support also speeds of
19200 and 38400 baud )
parity:
none
stop bit:
1
The Designer software defaults to the correct parameters.
The version of the Designer being used must be compatible with the firmware
version of the panel to be programmed. Call for more information on compatibility
between firmware and programming software.
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Command Summary
The chapter describes the keyboard commands recognized by UniOP panels.
Commands are classified according to the operating modes of the unit.
Note: The standard command assignment is described in this chapter. All the
commands, except those defined for Configuration Mode, can be charged,
deleted and/or extended using the Keyboard Macro Editor facility of the
programming software.
Some models ado not have CLEAR key on the keyboard; the corresponding function
cam be done pressing the keys Í e Î at the same time.
Some models are designed to be attached to an external keyboard of type ET-F or
AT-F; the commands describes in this chapter are generally referring to the use of an
external keyboard
All the UniOP models, except the ECT-16, ELT-16, ERT-16 and ECT-VGA, have at
least 4 arrow keys and the Enter key. Panels with touch screen will show system
defined touch keys on the screen whenever it is required (Figure 53).
CLEAR
ENTER
Figure 53 - Default touch keys for the panels with touchscreen
Some of the keys described in this chapter may not be available in each UniOP
model. The functions associated to them may, however, be implemented using the
Keyboard Macro Editor or using an alternative predefined key.
Models without numeric keypad and without touch screen allow numeric data entry
using arrow keys and/or using the Keyboard Macro Editor.
Touch screen panels will show automatically a numeric keypad whenever the data
entry phase is activated.
Note: the text ‘2 s’ associated to a key means that the key has to be held for two
seconds to activate the associated function.
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Configuration Mode
ENTER
ENTER 2 s
shows the type and version of the communication driver stored in
the unit (if any)
returns to Operation Mode if a valid communication driver and a
valid project are stored in the unit (the key must be pressed for 2
seconds)
Operation Mode
Ï
Ð
Í
Î
ENTER 2 s
0/INS
Ins
9/PRN
Prt Scr
ENABLE 2 s
(2)
6/
3/
(2)
scroll page up
scroll page down
previous page
next page
recall the Command Menu
enter Data Entry Mode
enter Data Entry Mode
print page/cancel print
print page/cancel print
recall Direct Access Mode
recall Password Insert Mode
recall Date/Time Insert Mode
To recall the Configuration Mode in the models ECT-16 , ELT-16 , ERT-16 and
ECT-VGA touch the screen in an area where no touch cells have been defined and
hold for 2 seconds.
Command Menu
Ï
Ð
Í
Î
ENTER
CLEAR (1)
select up
select down
select left
select right
activate selection
return to Page Mode
System Menu
Ï
Ð
Í
Î
ENTER
CLEAR (1)
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select up
select down
activate selection
activate selection
return to Page Mode when EXT is selected
return to Page Mode
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Data Entry Mode
When in Data Entry Mode the meaning of the keys changes depending on wheter a
field has been selected for Data Entry or not. A field is selscted when The Data Entry
procedure has been started on that field. If not field has already been selected for
Data Entry, the key assignment is shown in the table below.
Ï
move to field in previous row
Ð
move to field in next row
Í
previous field
Î
next field
Ins
next field
select field a numeric field for Data Entry and enter numeric value
0÷9 . +/ENTER
select a field for Data Entry
cancel entry and return to Page Mode
CLEAR (1)
After a field has been selected for Data Entry, the keys are interpreted as follows.
Ï
Ð
Í
Î
0÷9 . +/ENTER
CLEAR (1)
increment digit / scroll up ASCII / select message up
increment digit / scroll down ASCII / select message down
move cursor left in ASCII field
move cursor right in ASCII field
numeric entry
confirm entry and return to Page Mode
cancel entry and return to Page Mode
Alarm Mode
Ï
Ð
ENTER 2 s
CLEAR (1)
9/PRN
Prt Alm
Prt Scr
previous alarm in the list
next alarm in the list
acknowledge current alarm
return to page Mode
alarm list printout/cancel print
alarm list printout/cancel print
alarm list printout/cancel print
Event Mode
Ï
Ð
CLEAR (1)
9/PRN
Prt Alm
Prt Scr
scroll up
scroll down
return to page Mode
event list printout/cancel print
event list printout/cancel print
event list printout/cancel print
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Password Entry Mode
Ï
Ð
Í
0÷9
ENTER
CLEAR (1)
ESC
increment digit
decrement digit
next digit
numeric password entry
confirm password and return to Page Mode
cancel entry and return to Page Mode
end entry and return to Page Mode
Time and Date Set Mode
Ï
Ð
ENTER
CLEAR (1)
increment field value
decrement field value
field select
return to Page Mode
Direct Page Selection Mode
Í
Î
0÷9
ENTER
CLEAR (1)
decrement page
increment page
page number entry
confirm entry and go to selected page
cancel entry and return to Page Mode
Direct Acces Mode
Í
Î
0÷9
ENTER
CLEAR (1)
T
Z
E
A
M
ENABLE
decrement offset
increment offset
numeric offset entry
select next, confirm offset entry
cancel numeric offset entry end return to Page Mode
select timers
select counters
select digital inputs
select digital outputs
select flags/merkers
return to Page Mode
Notes:
(1)
(2)
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, when available
it is equivalent to the key ESC/
available only in the models BKDx-16, CP10G-04, CP12G-04,
MKDG-06, MKDG-07, MKDx-25 and MKDC-VGA.
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Troubleshooting
In the case it might be impossible to switch the operator panel to Configuration Mode
due to problems in the start-up phase, follow the procedure described below:
1. Switch off the unit
2. Press and hold any 3 keys
3. Turn on the unit and hold the keys pressed until Configuration Mode will be
shown on the screen.
For keyless models such as the ECT-16, ELT-16, ERT-16, follow the procedure
below:
1. Switch off the unit
2. Touch in the middle of the left side of the display screen with the left hand
3. Switch on the operator panel and tap with the right hand in the middle of the
right side of the display screen with a period of about one second.
4. Continue until the screen will show Configuration Mode
Touchscreen Calibration
Standard calibration:
1. Recall Configuration Mode
2. Touch the CLEAR key on the screen until a small round symbol will appear on
the top right corner of the screen
3. touch and hold the symbol until it will move to the low lef corner of the screen
4. touch and hold the symbol until the indication to touch the Í key will be
displayed on the screen
5. touch and hold the key Í until the indication to touch the Ð key will be
displayed on the screen
6. touch and hold the key Ð until the indication to touch the Enter key will be
displayed on the screen
7. touch and hold the Enter key until the panel will switch to Operation Mode (if a
valid project is loaded in the memory)
Emergency calibration.
The Emergency calibration procedure should be used in all cases when it would
result not possible to go to calibration using the standard procedure.
1. Switch of the unit
2. turn on the unit
3. tap in the middle of the touchscreen with a frequency of about one second until
the operator panel will enter the Calibration Mode
4. perform the standard calibration procedure.
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