CS-series CompoNet Master Units CS1W-CRM21 CSM_CS1W-CRM21_DS_E_7_1 CS-series CompoNet Master Units Increase the Range of Applicability of Sensors and Actuators. • The CS-series CompoNet Master Unit manages the CompoNet network, controls communications between the PLC and Slave Units, and handles I/O data and message data. CS1W-CRM21 Features • • • • • • • Setup is simple. Make the master's mode settings and set the baud rate, and you're ready to go. Control up to 2,560 points and 384 nodes with one Master Unit. Intuitive memory mapping with separate areas for Word Slave Units and Bit Slave Units. Seven-segment display helps with startup and enables prompt detection of problems. Collect information from Slave Units using message communications, or use message communications to set parameters. Inherits the ease of use of the CompoBus/S. Flexible I/O allocations with software setting function. System Configuration : Repeater Unit CompoNet Master Unit : Terminating resistance : T-branch Branch Line : Multidrop Slave Units Trunk line Sub-trunk line Terminating Resistance Repeater Unit Branch Line Repeater Unit Repeater Unit Slave Units Sub-trunk line Branch Line Terminating Resistance Branch Line Repeater Unit Sub-trunk line Terminating Resistance Branch Line Terminating Resistance Sub-trunk line Sub-trunk line Repeater Unit Branch Line Terminating Resistance Branch Line Sub-branch line Terminating Resistance Multidrop connection on branch line 1 CS1W-CRM21 Communication Specifications Item Specification Communications protocol CompoNet Network protocol Types of communications Remote I/O communications (programless, constant sharing of data with Slave Units) and message communications (explicit message communications as required with Slave Units and FINS message communications as required with PLCs) Baud rate 4 Mbits/s *1, 3 Mbits/s, 1.5 Mbits/s, 93.75 kbits/s Modulation Base-band Coding Manchester code Error control Manchester code rules, CRC Communications media The following media can be used. *2 Round cable I (JIS C 3306, 2-conductor 0.75 mm2) Round cable II (JIS C3306 4-conductor 0.75 mm2) Flat Cable I (DCA4-4F10 Standard Flat Cable) Flat Cable II (DCA5-4F10 Sheathed Flat Cable) Communications distance and wiring Refer to Cable Types, Baud Rates, and Maximum Distances on page 3. Connectable Master Units CompoNet Master Units Connectable Slave Units CompoNet Slave Units Maximum I/O capacity Word Slave Units: 1,024 inputs and 1,024 outputs (2,048 I/O points total) Bit Slave Units: 256 inputs and 256 outputs (512 I/O points total) Maximum number of nodes Word Slave Units: 64 input nodes and 64 output nodes Bit Slave Units: 128 input nodes and 128 output nodes Repeater Units: 64 nodes Bits allocated per node address Word Slave Units: 16 bits Bit Slave Units: 2 bits Maximum number of nodes per trunk 32 nodes (including Repeater Units) line or sub-trunk line Applicable node addresses Word Slave Units: IN0 to IN63 and OUT0 to OUT63 Bit Slave Units: IN0 to IN127 and OUT0 to OUT127 Repeater Units: 0 to 63 Up to 64 Repeater Units can be connected per network. When Repeater Units are connected in series Repeater Unit application conditions from the Master Unit, up to 2 extra segment layers can be created (i.e., up to 2 Repeater Units are allowed between a Slave Unit and the Master Unit). Signal lines Two lines: BDH (communications data high) and BDL (communications data low) Power lines Two lines: BS+ and BS− (power for communications and internal Slave Unit circuits) • Power is supplied from the Master Unit or Repeater Units. Communications power supply 24 VDC ±10% Connection forms Flat Cable at baud rate of 93.75 kbits/s: No restrictions Other cables or baud rates: Trunk line and branch lines Connections for Slave Units and Repeater Units: T-branch or multidrop connections Remote I/O communications Automatic startup when power is turned ON *3 or manual startup using the Remote I/O Communications Start Switch in I/O Communications Manual Start Mode. • In Registered Slave Unit Participation Standby Mode, communications is not started until all registered Slave Units are participating in the network. • In Communications Error Communications Stop Mode, communications stop when a communications error occurs. I/O communications manual startup mode I/O Communications Manual Startup Mode can be set from the CX-Integrater so that remote I/O communications are not started when the power is turned ON. Remote I/O communications will not start until the Remote I/O Communications Start Switch is turned ON in memory. Communications error communications stop mode All remote I/O communications are stopped if a communications error occurs in any Slave Unit. *4 Communications error input data zero clear mode All input data will be cleared to zeros in any Slave Unit in which a communications error occurs. Duplicated Slave address check If the same address is set for two different Slave Units or the same memory is allocated to two different nodes, the Slave Unit that joins communications last will cause a duplicated address error and will leave the network. The Duplicated Address Error Flag will turn ON. Registration table The Slave Units that can participate for each node address are registered in a table so that only the registered Slave Units can participate. If a different Slave Unit attempts to join the network, the Registration Table Verification Error Flag will turn ON. The Registration Table is generated automatically or manually edited from the CompoNet Support Software. 2 CS1W-CRM21 Item Specification Without registration table Participation Flag and Communications Error Flag for each Slave Unit • Participation Flag: Turns ON and remains ON if the Slave Unit joins the network even one time after system power is turned ON. • Communications Error Flag: Turns ON if the Slave Unit cannot communicate with the Master Unit for any reason after the Slave Unit has joined the network (i.e., if the Participation Flag is ON). (Turns OFF when the error is removed.) Duplicated Address Error Flags and Alarm Flags With registration table • Participation Flags and Communications Error Flags for each node address for all Slave Units registered in the Registration Table • Registration Table Verification Error Flags • All Registered Slave Units Participating Flag Slave Unit status Note: 1. Drop-line connections are not supported with a baud rate of 4 Mbits/s, so Slaves with prewired cables (Bit Slaves) cannot be used. 2. Round cable, Flat Cable, and Flat Cable II are all different types of cable. To use more than one type of cable at a time, Repeater Units must be used to separate them on trunk lines and sub-trunk lines. 3. When power is turned ON to the PLC and the Slave Unit communications power is turned ON. Communications are not started in the following cases: 4. Communications will not stop for verification errors for registration tables or duplicated address settings. 5. This error will also occur if a Slave Unit leaves the network and then a different type of Slave Unit joins the network. 6. The Registered Slave Unit Participation Monitoring Time can be set (verification error check timing). Registered Slave Unit Participation Standby Mode can be set. (Remote I/O communications will not start until all registered Slave Units are participating.) Cable Types, Baud Rates, and Maximum Distances This section provides specifications on the maximum cable length and maximum number of nodes for each type of cable. Do not exceed these specifications. Master Unit Sub-trunk line Branch line Branch line Sub-branch line Trunk line Branch line Multidrop Sub-trunk line T-branching Sub-branch line Slave Unit Branch line Repeater Unit Sub-trunk line Slave Unit Sub-branch line Repeater Unit Sub-trunk line Repeater Unit Slave Unit Terminating resistor Repeater Unit Sub-trunk line Sub-trunk line Sub-trunk line Branch line Branch line Repeater Unit Repeater Unit Branch line Branch line Trunk line Slave Unit Restrictions (at Baud Rate of 4 Mbits/s (No Branch Lines)) Maximum length per segment (maximum length with Repeater Units) Branch line length Total branch line length per segment Branch location restrictions Maximum number of Slave Units per segment *2 Round cable I 30 m (90 m) 0 m *1 0 m *1 − 32 nodes Flat Cable I and Flat Cable II Round Cable II 30 m (90 m) 0 m *1 0 m *1 − 32 nodes Cable type *1. T-branches cannot be connected (only multidrop connections are possible). *2. Number of nodes including Repeater Units 3 CS1W-CRM21 Restrictions (at Baud Rate of 3 Mbits/s) Maximum length per segment (maximum length with Repeater Units) Branch line length Total branch line length per segment Branch location restrictions Maximum number of nodes per branch *1 Sub-branch line length Total subbranch line length per segment Maximum number of Slave Units per segment *2 Round cable I 30 m (90 m) 0.5 m 8m 3 branches/m 1 node 0m 0m 32 nodes Flat Cable I and Flat Cable II Round Cable II 30 m (90 m) 0.5 m 8m 3 branches/m 1 node 0m 0m 32 nodes Cable type *1. The maximum number of nodes per branch is the maximum number of Slave Units or Repeater Units that can be connected to one branch line using multidrop or T-branch connections (sub-branches). *2. Number of nodes including Repeater Units Restrictions (at Baud Rate of 1.5 Mbits/s) Cable type Without branches Round cable I With branches Flat Cable I and Flat Cable II Round Cable II Maximum length per segment (maximum length with Repeater Units) Branch line length Total branch line length per segment 100 m (300 m) 0 m *3 0 m *3 − − 30 m (90 m) 2.5 m 25 m 3 branches/m 3 nodes 30 m (90 m) 2.5 m 25 m 3 branches/m 3 nodes 0.1 m *4 Branch location restrictions Maximum number of nodes per branch *1 Total subbranch line length per segment Maximum number of Slave Units per segment *2 − − 32 nodes 0m 0m 32 nodes 2 m *4 32 nodes Sub-branch line length *1. The maximum number of nodes per branch is the maximum number of Slave Units or Repeater Units that can be connected to one branch line using multidrop or T-branch connections (sub-branches). *2. Number of nodes including Repeater Units *3. T-branches cannot be connected (only multidrop connections are possible). *4. T-branch connections from sub-branch lines. Restrictions (at Baud Rate of 93.75 kbits/s) Cable type Round cable I Maximum length per segment (maximum length with Repeater Units) Branch line length Total branch line length per segment Branch location restrictions Maximum number of nodes per branch *1 Sub-branch line length Total subbranch line length per segment Maximum number of Slave Units per segment *2 500 m (1500 m) 6m 120 m 3 branches/m 1 node − − 32 nodes Flat Cable I and Flat Cable II Round Cable II No restrictions to a total length per segment of 200 m 32 nodes *1. The maximum number of nodes per branch is the maximum number of Slave Units or Repeater Units that can be connected to one branch line using multidrop or T-branch connections (sub-branches). *2. Number of nodes including Repeater Units Ordering Information International Standards • The standards are abbreviated as follows: U: UL, U1: UL(Class I Division 2 Products for Hazardous Locations), C: CSA, UC: cULus, UC1: cULus (Class I Division 2 Products for Hazardous Locations), CU: cUL, N: NK, L: Lloyd, and CE: EC Directives. • Contact your OMRON representative for further details and applicable conditions for these standards. Number of unit numbers allocated Specifications Name Appearance CS1 Special I/O Unit Type of communications Maximum number of I/O points per Master Unit • Remote I/O communications • Message communications Word Slave Units: 1,024 inputs and 1,024 outputs (2,048 I/O points total) Bit Slave Units: 256 inputs and 256 outputs (512 I/O points total) 1, 2, 4, or 8 Power consumption (A) 5-V system 26-V system 0.4 − Model CS1W-CRM21 Standards CE, U, U1, L, N Specifications Product name CX-One FA Integrated Tool Package Ver. [email protected] The CX-One is a package that integrates the Support Software for OMRON PLCs and components. CX-One runs on the following OS. Windows XP (Service Pack 3 or higher), Vista, or 7 Note: Except for Windows XP 64-bit version. Number of licenses Media 1 license *1 DVD *2 Model Standards CXONE-AL01D-V4 − CX-One Ver. 4. includes CX-Integrator Ver. 2.. For details, refer to the CX-One catalog (Cat. No. R134). *1. Site licenses are available for the CX-One (3, 10, 30, or 50 licenses). *2. The CX-One is also available on CD ([email protected]@C-V4). 4 CS1W-CRM21 Specifications Item CS1W-CRM21 Model Applicable PLC All CS-series PLCs Unit classification CS-series Special I/O Unit Current consumption (Power supplied from PLC’s Power Supply Unit) 400 mA max. at 5 VDC Communications power supply connector One communications power supply connector for Slave Units and Repeater Units on the trunk line when using Flat Cable * Communications power supply connector allowable current capacity 5 A max. Maximum number of mountable Master Units One word number assigned: 80 Units Two word numbers assigned: 48 Units Four word numbers assigned: 24 Units Eight word numbers assigned: 12 Units Mounting location According to CS/CJ-series Special I/O Unit specifications. Communications power ON/OFF monitoring The ON/OFF status of the communications power supply can be detected at the communications power supply connector. Data stored in Master Unit (built-in EEPROM) 1) The following device parameters: • Registration Table • Registration Table Check Type • Registered Slave Unit Participation Monitoring Time, Registered Slave Unit Participation Standby Mode, and Event Disable Setting • Software Settings Table • Communications Error Communications Stop Mode • Communications Error Input Data Zero Clear Mode • Network settings 2) Part of error history (depends on type of error; mainly serious error related to communications stopping) Noise immunity Conforms to IEC 61000-4-4 2 kV (applied to PLC power supply). Vibration resistance 10 to 61.2 Hz with single-amplitude of 0.1 mm, 61.2 to 150 Hz and 14.7 m/s2 in X, Y, and Z directions for 80 min each (sweep time of 8 min × 10 sweeps = 80 min) Shock resistance 196 m/s2 (3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions) Dielectric strength 1,000 VAC for 1 min, Leakage current: 1 mA max. • Between communications connector or external current supply connector and GR terminal on Power Supply Unit • Between communications connector or external current supply connector and all Unit connectors Insulation resistance 20 MΩ min. (between isolated circuits) Ambient operating temperature 0 to 55°C Ambient operating humidity 10 to 90% (no condensation) Ambient operating atmosphere No corrosive gases Storage temperature −20 to 75°C Weight 190 g max. (Master Unit only) * The Master Unit does not required communications power. 5 CS1W-CRM21 External Interface CRM21 MS NS +100 SD RD 32 654 32 10 9 X101 87 87 MACH 09 No. 1 X100 654 32 87 MODE 09 1 Display Section Shows the Master Unit status and Slave Unit communications status. Rotary Switches 654 ON 1 2 3 4 DIP Switch Used to set the baud rate, communications stop mode, and Registration Table (4-pin switch). 1 2 3 4 DR0 DR1 ESTP REGS NETWORK POWER SUPPLY BS+ BS- Communications Power Supply Connector DC24V INPUT BS + BD H Communications Connector BD L BS - Communications Power Supply Connector Connect this connector to a 24-VDC power supply when using Flat Cable (4-conductor). Doing so will supply communications power to the Slave Units and Repeater Units on the trunk line from the communications connector through the Flat Cable. BS+ Communications power + BS− Communications power − Note: Do not connect anything to this connector when using Round Cable. Ferrules The following ferrules are recommended for the communications power supply cable. Model Applicable wire size Crimping tool Manufacturer AI0, 5-10 WH 0.5 mm/AWG20 CRIMPFOX UD6 (product number 1204436) or the CRIMPFOX ZA3 Series H 0.5/16 orange 0.5 mm/AWG20 Crimper PZ 1.5 (Product number 900599) Phoenix Contact K.K. Weidmuller Co. Ltd. The following screwdriver is recommended for removing ferrules. Model Manufacturer XW4Z-00C OMRON Corporation Dimensions (Unit: mm) 15.7 CRM21 MS NS 100.5 +100 SD RD 32 654 32 10 9 X101 87 87 MACH 09 No. 1 X100 6 54 32 87 MODE 09 1 654 ON DR0 DR1 ESTP REGS NETWORK POWER SUPPLY Base Unit 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 130 BS+ BSDC24V INPUT BS + BD H BD L BS - 34.5 3.6 123 6 CS1W-CRM21 Dimensions When the Cable is Attached Round Cable I (2 core) JIS C3306 compliant 0.75mm2 × 2 core Flat Cable I (w/o sheath) DCA4-4F10 R2 5.4 Falt Connector Plug (DCN4-BR4) 25.4 10 48 min. 38.1 100.5 100.5 min. 60.7 min. 32.25 Open Type Connector (DCN4-TB4) 48 − 34.5 10 Multidrop Connector (DCN4-MD4) 25.4 48 100.5 min. 55.1 10 min. 77.7 100.5 Note: Minimum cable bend R • Flat cable I (w/o sheath): The bend R should be 10 times (R25.4) of the external coating. • Round Cable I (2 core): The bend R should be 5 times (R38) of the max. external coating. Related Manual The manuals related the CS Series CompoNet Master Unit are configured as in the following table. Please also refer to them. Cat.No. Name Contents W456 CJ1W-CRM21/CJ1W-CRM21 CompoNet Master Units Operation Manual Contains general information on CompoNet networks, information on communications specifications and wiring methods common to communications networks, and information on CS/CJ-series Master Units. W342 SYSMAC CS/CJ/CP Series SYSMAC One NSJ Series Communications Commands Reference Manual Contains information on communications commands for CS/CJ-series Master Units. W457 CompoNet Slave Units and Repeater Unit Operation Manual Contains information on the specifications of CompoNet Slave Units and Repeater Units. 7 Read and Understand This Catalog Please read and understand this catalog before purchasing the products. Please consult your OMRON representative if you have any questions or comments. 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