AST3500 Series
About the Manual
ST-3500 Series
Installation Guide
For the detailed information on ST3000
series, refer to the following manual.
• ST3000 Series Hardware Manual
• Maintenance/Troubleshooting
ST3000 Series Hardware Manual can be
selected from the help menu of GP-Pro EX or
downloaded from Pro-face Home Page.
URL
http://www.pro-face.com/otasuke/
Caution
Be sure to read the “Warning/Caution
Information” on the attached sheet before
using the product.
Package Contents
(1) ST Unit (1)
(2) English and Japanese Installation Guides
(one of each) <This Guide>
(3) Warning/Caution Information (1)
(4) Installation Gasket (1)
(Attached to the ST unit)
(5) Installation Fasteners (Set of 4)
(6) Power Connector (1)
(Attached to the ST unit for DC model)
(7) USB Cable Clamp (1 set)
(Holder: 1, Clamp: 1)
This unit has been carefully packed, with
special attention to quality. However, should
you find anything damaged or missing,
please contact your local ST distributor
immediately.
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Part Names and Functions
Front
Rear
A
C
AST-3501T (AC model)
D
F
E
G
B
H
Bottom
(With CF Card Cover open)
AST-3501T (AC model)
Name
Description
LED
A Status LED
B USB Host Interface (USB)
C CF Card Access LED
D Power Connector
E
F
G
H
CF Card Cover
Serial Interface (COM1)
Serial Interface (COM2)
Dip Switches
ST Status
Green (lit)
Normal operation (power is ON.) or
OFFLINE operation.
Orange
(blinking)
During software startup.
Red (lit)
When power is turned ON.
Not lit
Power is OFF.
USB1.1 Host I/F, Connector: USB TYPE-A x 1
Power supply voltage: 5VDC±5%
Output current: 500mA (max.)
The maximum communication distance: 5m
Lit in green when the CF Card is inserted and the cover
is closed, or when the CF Card is being accessed.
DC model: Power Socket Connector
AC model: Power Input Terminal Block
Dsub 9-pin plug type. RS232C is supported.
Dsub 9-pin plug type. RS422/RS485*1 is supported.
Located inside the CF Card Cover.
*1 RS485 is compliant with ST-3500 series units with revision code “B” or later.
Revision (page 12)
SEE
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General Specifications
„ Electrical Specifications
DC model
AC model
DC24V
AC100 to 240V
Rated Voltage
DC19.2 to 28.8V
AC85 to 265V
Allowable Voltage Drop
10ms (max.)
1 cycle or less
(Voltage drop interval
must be 1s or more.)
Power Consumption
45W (max.)
AC100V 0.90A or less
(TYP 0.48A)
AC240V 0.45A or less
(TYP 0.26A)
In-Rush Current
30A (max.)
60A (max.)
Voltage Endurance
AC1000V 20mA for
1 minute (between
charging and FG
terminals)
AC1500V 20mA for
1 minute (between
charging and FG
terminals)
Insulation Resistance
DC500V 10MΩ (min.) (between charging and FG
terminals)
Power Supply
Input Voltage
Physical
„ Environmental Specifications
Surrounding Air
Temperature
0 to +50°C
Storage
Temperature
-20 to +60°C
Ambient Humidity
10 to 90% RH
(Wet bulb temperature: 39°C max. - no condensation.)
Storage Humidity
10 to 90% RH
(Wet bulb temperature: 39°C max. - no condensation.)
Dust
0.1mg/m3 and below (non-conductive levels)
Pollution Degree
For use in Pollution Degree 2 environment.
3
External Interfaces
• This ST unit’s serial interface is not isolated.When the host (PLC) unit is also not isolated, and to reduce the risk of damaging the RS232C/RS422/RS485 circuit, be sure
to connect pin #5 SG (Signal Ground) terminal.
• Similarly shaped connectors are used for COM1 and COM2 of the ST. Therefore, be
sure to connect the correct connectors. Communication is not available unless the
connectors are connected correctly.
• When isolation is necessary, you can use the RS232C isolation unit (CA3-ISO232-01) on
COM1.
„ COM1
Recommended Cable Connector XM2D-0901 <made by OMRON Corp.>
Recommended Jack Screw
XM2Z-0073 <made by OMRON Corp.>
Recommended Cable Cover
XM2S-0913 <made by OMRON Corp.>
Interfit Bracket
#4-40 inch screws are used.
Pin #
1
RS232C
Signal Name
CD
Meaning
Carrier Detect
2
RD(RXD)
Receive Data
3
SD(TXD)
Send Data
4
ER(DTR)
Data Terminal Ready
5
SG
Signal Ground
6
DR(DSR)
Data Set Ready
7
RS(RTS)
Request to Send
8
CS(CTS)
Clear to Send
9
CI(RI)/VCC
Called status display/
+5V±5% Output 0.25A*1
FG
Frame Ground
(Common with SG)
Shell
*1 The RI/VCC selection for Pin #9 is switched via software. The VCC output is not protected against
overcurrent. To prevent damage or unit malfunctions, use only the rated current.
4
„ COM2
Recommended Cable
Connector
XM2D-0901 <made by OMRON Corp.>
Recommended Jack Screw
XM2Z-0073 <made by OMRON Corp.>
Recommended Cable Cover XM2S-0913 <made by OMRON Corp.>
Interfit Bracket
Pin #
#4-40 inch screws are used.
RS422/RS485*1
Signal Name
Meaning
1
RDA
2
RDB
Receive Data B(-)
3
SDA
Send Data A(+)
4
ERA
Data Terminal Ready A(+)
5
SG
Signal Ground
6
CSB
Clear to Send B(-)
7
SDB
Send Data B(-)
8
CSA
Clear to Send A(+)
9
ERB
Data Terminal Ready B(-)
FG
Frame Ground
(Common with SG)
Shell
Receive Data A(+)
*1 RS485 is compliant with ST-3500 series units with revision code “B” or later.
SEE
Revision (page 12)
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2.
Installations
1.
ST Installation
(1) Create a Panel Cut following the dimensions in the table below.
Installation Requirements
Unit: mm [in.]
X
Under
Panel
4-R3[0.12] thickness
Y
Panel thickness
Y
• For easier maintenance, operation, and
improved ventilation, be sure to install the
ST at least 100 mm [3.94 in.] away from
adjacent structures and other equipment.
Unit:mm[in.]
ST
100
[3.94]
100
[3.94]
100
[3.94]
100
[3.94]
100
[3.94]
X
+1
+1
259.0 -0
201.0 -0
[10.20 +0.04] [7.91 +0.04]
-0
-0
100
[3.94]
100
[3.94]
• Be sure that the ambient operation temperature and the ambient humidity are within
their designated ranges. (Ambient operation temperature: 0 to 50°C, Ambient
humidity: 10 to 90%RH, Wet bulb temperature: 39°C max.)
When installing the ST on the panel of a cabinet or enclosure, “Ambient operation temperature” indicates both the panel face and
cabinet or enclosure’s internal temperature.
Panel Face
1.6[0.06]
to
10.0[0.39]
(2) Confirm that the installation gasket is
attached to the ST unit and then place the
ST unit into the Panel from the front.
• It is strongly recommended that you
use the installation gasket, since it
absorbs vibration in addition to repelling water.
For the procedure for replacing the
installation gasket, refer to “ST3000
Series Hardware Manual”.
(3) The following figures show the four (4)
fastener insertion slot locations. Insert
each fastener’s hook into the slot and
tighten it with a screwdriver. Insert the
installation fasteners securely into the
insertion slot recess.
Inside Cabinet
TOP
• Be sure that heat from surrounding equipment does not cause the ST to exceed its
standard operating temperature.
Insertion Slots
Bottom
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Wiring
Insertion Slot Recess
Hook the fastener on the
Recess,
Panel
ST
y To avoid an electric shock, prior to
connecting the ST unit’s power cord
terminals to the power terminal block,
confirm that the ST unit’s power supply is
completely turned OFF, via a breaker, or
similar unit.
y Any other power level can damage both
the ST and the power supply.
y When the FG terminal is connected, be
sure the wire is grounded.
Installation Fastener
Hook
and secure the fastener
on the panel with a
screw.
• Tightening the screws with too much
force can damage the ST unit’s plastic
case.
• The necessary torque is 0.5N•m.
1.
Wiring the AC type power supply
cable
• When the FG terminal is connected, be
sure the wire is grounded. Not grounding the ST unit will result in excessive
noise. Use your country's applicable
standard for grounding.
Recommended
Ring Terminal*1
Power Cord
Diameter
„ Power Cord Specifications
AC Power Cord
Grounding Wire
Double-Insulation Wire
1.25 mm2 to 2.0 mm2
(16 to 14 AWG)
1.25 mm2 to 2.0 mm2
(16 to 14 AWG)
V2-MS3 compatible
(J.S.T. Mfg. Co.,Ltd).
V2-P4 compatible
(J.S.T. Mfg. Co.,Ltd).
Over
Φ3.2 mm
[0.13 in.]
Under
6.0 mm
[0.24 in.]
Over
Φ4.3 mm
[0.17 in.]
Under
7.0 mm
[0.28 in.]
*1 In order to prevent a short circuit caused by
loose screws, make sure to use a crimp-type
terminal with insulating sleeve.
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„ Connecting the ST Power Cord
„ Power Connector (Plug) Specifications
(1) Be sure that the ST's power cord is not
plugged in to the power supply.
(2) Remove the Terminal Strip's clear plastic
cover.
(3) Remove the screws from the two (2)
terminals (L,N) and FG (Frame Ground)
Terminal, position the Ring Terminals and
reattach the screws. (Check each wire to
make sure the connections are correct)
FG
+
Power Cord
Insertion holes
• The torque required to tighten these
screws are as follows:
Terminal Block: 0.5 to 0.6 N•m.
FG (Frame Ground) Terminal: 0.6 to
0.7 N•m.
+
24V
-
0V
Grounding
Terminal
FG connected
to the ST
chassis
• The power connector (plug) is CA5DCCNL-01 made by Pro-face or
GMVSTBW2,5/3-STF-7,62 made by
Phoenix Contact.
When connecting the Power Cord, use the
following items when performing wiring.
(Items are made by Phoenix Contact.)
FG (Frame Ground) Terminal
DON’T
CONNECT
Recommended SZF 1-0.6x3.5
Driver
(1204517)
AI 0.75-8GY (3200519)
Recommended AI 1-8RD (3200030)
Pin Terminals
AI 1.5-8BK (3200043)
AI 2.5-8BU (3200522)
Recommended
CRIMPFOX ZA 3
Pin Terminal
(1201882)
Crimp Tool
(4) Reattach the Terminal Strip's clear
plastic cover.
2.
Wiring the DC type power supply
cable
„ Power Cord Specifications
Use copper conductors only.
Power Cord 0.75 to 2.5mm2
(18 - 12 AWG)
Diameter
Conductor
Type
Conductor
Length
Simple or Stranded Wire*1
7 mm
[0.28in]
*1 If the Conductor’s end (individual) wires are
not twisted correctly, the end wires may either
short against each other, or against an
electrode.
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„ Connecting the ST Power Cord
3.
(1) Confirm that the ST unit’s Power Cord is
unplugged from the power supply.
(2) Remove the power connector (plug)
from the main unit.
(3) Loosen the three screws in the center of
the Power Connector.
(4) Strip the power cord, twist the
conductor’s wire ends, insert them into
the pin terminal and crimp the terminal.
Attach the terminal to the power
connector.
(5) Fix it with screws.
• Input and Output signal lines must be separated from the power control cables for
operational circuits.
• To improve the noise resistance, be sure to
twist the ends of the power cord wires
before connecting them to the Power connector (Plug).
• The ST unit’s power supply cord should
not be bundled with or kept close to main
circuit lines (high voltage, high current), or
input/output signal lines.
• To reduce noise, make the power cord as
short as possible.
• If the supplied voltage exceeds the ST
unit’s range, connect a voltage transformer.
• Between the line and the ground, be sure to
use a low noise power supply. If there is an
excess amount of noise, connect a noise
reducing transformer.
• The temperature rating of field installed
conductors: 75°C only.
• Use a flat-blade screwdriver (Size 0.6
X 3.5) to tighten the terminal screws.
The torque required to tighten these
screws is 0.5 to 0.6 N•m [5-7Lb•In.].
• Do not solder the cable connection.
+
-
Power Supply Cautions
FG
• Use voltage and noise reducing transformers with capacities exceeding
Power Consumption value.
(6) Attach the Power Connector to the ST
and fix it to the ST main unit with right/
left tightening screws.
• Must be used with a Class 2 Power Supply.
(24VDC)
• Connect a surge absorber to handle power
surges.
• Be sure to ground the surge absorber
(E1) separately from the ST unit (E2).
Select a surge absorber that has a
maximum circuit voltage greater then
that of the peak voltage of the power
supply.
ST
FG
E1
E2
Lightening Surge Absorber
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4.
Grounding Cautions
5.
• All ST Input and Output signal lines must
be separated from all operating circuit
(power) cables.
• If this is not possible, use a shielded cable
and ground the shield.
• Be sure to create an exclusive ground for
the Power Cord’s FG terminal. Use a
grounding resistance of 100Ω, a wire of
2mm2 or thicker, or your country’s applicable standard.
• The SG (signal ground) and FG (frame
ground) terminals are connected internally
in the ST unit.
When connecting the SG line to another
device, be sure that the design of the system/connection does not produce a shorting loop.
• The grounding wire should have a cross
sectional area greater then 2mm2. Create
the connection point as close to the ST unit
as possible, and make the wire as short, as
possible. When using a long grounding
wire, replace the thin wire with a thicker
wire, and place it in a duct.
To prevent the USB cable
from coming off
„ Attaching the USB Cable Clamp
(1) Insert the USB holder into the slot in
front of the ST unit's USB port and pull it
down and forward.
USB Holder
2
1
(2) Pass the band of the USB cable clamp
through the bridge of the USB holder.
Exclusive Grounding
(BEST)
ST unit
Bridge
Other
Equipment
(3) Insert the USB cable into the port. Fasten
the band around the plug and secure it
with the clamp.
Common Grounding (OK)
ST unit
Input/Output Signal Line Cautions
Clamp
Other
Equipment
USB Cable
Common Grounding
(Not OK)
ST unit
USB Holder
„ Removing the USB Cable Clamp
(1) Lower the clip and lift the clamp to
release the plug.
Other
Equipment
Clamp
Clip
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<Cautions>
UL/c-UL Approval
Be aware of the following items when
building the ST into an end-use product:
• The ST unit’s rear face is not approved as
an enclosure. When building the ST unit
into an end-use product, be sure to use an
enclosure that satisfies standards as the
end-use product’s overall enclosure.
• The ST unit must be used indoors only.
• Install and operate the ST with its front
panel facing outwards.
• If the ST is mounted so as to cool itself
naturally, be sure to install it in a vertical
panel. Also, it’s recommended that the ST
should be mounted at least 100mm away
from any other adjacent structures or
machine parts. The temperature must be
checked on the final product in which the
ST is installed.
• For use on a flat surface of a Type 4X
(Indoor Use Only) and/or Type 13 Enclosure.
The following units are UL/c-UL recognized
components.
(UL File No.E171486)
Product Model No.
UL/c-UL
Registration Model No.
AST3501-C1-AF
AST3501-T1-AF
3580208-01
These products conform to the following
standards:
„ UL60950-1
Information Technology Equipment - Safety
- Part 1: General Requirements
„ CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.60950-1-03
(c-UL Approval)
Information Technology Equipment - Safety
- Part 1: General Requirements
The following units are UL/c-UL listed
products:
(UL File No.E220851)
Product Model No.
UL/c-UL
Registration Model No.
AST3501-C1-D24
AST3501-T1-D24
3580208-02
CE Marking
• The AST3501-C1-AF/AST3501-T1-AF
units are CE marked, EMC directives and
Low Voltage Directive compliant products.
These units also conform to EN55011
Class A, EN61000-6-2 directives and
EN60950-1 directives.
• The AST3501-C1-D24/AST3501-T1-D24
units are CE marked, EMC compliant
products. These units also conform to
EN55011 Class A, EN61131-2 directives.
These products conform to the following
standards:
„ UL508
Industrial Control Equipment
„ CSA-C22.2 No.142-M1987
(c-UL Approval)
Process Control Equipment
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Revision
Inquiry
The revision code of the ST is shown in the
label affixed to the ST. In the example shown
below, an asterisk "*" is displayed in the
position where "A" should be, meaning "Rev.
A".
Do you have any questions about
difficulties with this product?
Please access our site anytime that
you need help with a solution.
http://www.pro-face.com/otasuke/
Note
Please be aware that Digital Electronics
Corporation shall not be held liable by the
user for any damages, losses, or third
party claims arising from the uses of this
product.
Digital Electronics Corporation
8-2-52 Nanko-higashi
Suminoe-ku, Osaka 559-0031
JAPAN
TEL: +81-(0)6-6613-3116
FAX: +81-(0)6-6613-5888
http://www.pro-face.com/
© Copyright 2006 Digital Electronics
Corporation. All rights reserved.
085891J .AST3500-MT01E-BTH
2007.7.
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