FBs-PLC User's Manual【Hardware】 Contents
FBs-PLC User’s Manual【Hardware】
Contents
Chapter 1:Introduction of FATEK FBs Series PLC
1.1 Appearance of Main Unit ................................................................................................................. H1-1
1.2 Appearance of Expansion Unit/Module.......................................................................................... H1-2
1.3 Appearance of Communication Expansion Module ..................................................................... H1-4
1.4 List of FBs-PLC Models ................................................................................................................... H1-5
1.5 Specifications of Main Unit............................................................................................................... H1-8
1.6 Environmental Specifications .......................................................................................................... H1-9
1.7 Connection Diagrams of Various Models ...................................................................................... H1-10
1.7.1 NC Control Main Unit (MN) ........................................................................................................................... H1-10
1.7.2 Basic/Advanced Main Unit (MA/MC) ........................................................................................................... H1-11
1.7.3 Digital I/O Expansion Unit .............................................................................................................................. H1-13
1.7.4 Digital I/O Expansion Module........................................................................................................................ H1-14
1.7.5 High-Density Digital I/O Expansion Module ................................................................................................ H1-15
1.7.6 Numeric I/O Expansion Module.................................................................................................................... H1-15
1.7.7 Analog I/O Expansion Module ...................................................................................................................... H1-15
1.7.8 Temperature Input Module............................................................................................................................ H1-16
1.7.9 AI/AO/Temperature Combo Module .......................................................................................................... H1-17
1.7.10 Expansion Power Module ......................................................................................................................... H1-17
1.7.11 Voice Output Module ................................................................................................................................... H1-17
1.7.12 Potential Meter Module .............................................................................................................................. H1-17
1.7.13 Load Cell Module ....................................................................................................................................... H1-17
1.7.14 Communication Module (CM) .................................................................................................................... H1-18
1.7.15 Communication Board (CB)........................................................................................................................ H1-19
1.7.16 Analog Expansion Board ........................................................................................................................... H1-20
1.7.17 Simple HMI.................................................................................................................................................... H1-20
1.8 Drawings with External Dimensions ............................................................................................... H1-21
Chapter 2:System Configuration
2.1 Single-Unit System of FBs-PLC...................................................................................................... H2-1
2.2 Formation of Multi-Unit System....................................................................................................... H2-2
2.2.1 Connection of Multiple FBs-PLC (CPU Link) .............................................................................................. H2-2
2.2.2 Connection of FBs-PLC with Host Computer or Intelligent Peripherals................................................... H2-3
Chapter 3:Expansion of FBs-PLC
3.1 I/O Expansion ................................................................................................................................... H3-1
3.1.1 Digital I/O Expansion and I/O Numbering.................................................................................................... H3-1
3.1.2 Numeric I/O Expansion and I/O Channel Mapping.................................................................................... H3-3
3.2 Expansion of Communication Port ................................................................................................. H3-5
Chapter 4:Installation Guide
4.1 Installation Environment................................................................................................................... H4-1
4.2 PLC Installation Precautions ........................................................................................................... H4-1
4.2.1 Placement of PLC .......................................................................................................................................... H4-1
4.2.2 Ventilation Space............................................................................................................................................ H4-2
4.3 Fixation by DIN RAIL........................................................................................................................ H4-3
4.4 Fixation by Screws ........................................................................................................................... H4-4
4.5 Precautions on Construction and Wiring........................................................................................ H4-6
Chapter 5:Power Supply Wiring, Power Consumption Calculation, and
Power Sequence Requirements
5.1 Specifications and Wiring of AC Power Sourced Power Supply ................................................. H5-1
5.2 Specifications and Wiring of DC Power Sourced Power Supply ................................................. H5-2
5.3 Residual Capacity of Main/Expansion Unit and Current Consumption of Expansion Module
………........................................................................................................................................................ H5-4
5.3.1 Residual Capacity of Main/Expansion Unit ................................................................................................. H5-4
5.3.2 Maximum Current Consumption of Expansion Module ............................................................................ H5-5
5.3.3 Calculation Example of Power Capacity .................................................................................................... H5-7
5.4 Requirement of Power Sequence in Main Unit and Expansion Unit/Module ........................... H5-9
Chapter 6:Digital Input (DI) Circuit
6.1 Specifications of Digital Input (DI) Circuit........................................................................................ H6-1
6.2 Structure and Wiring of 5VDC Ultra High Speed Differential Input Circuit .................................. H6-2
6.3 24VDC Single-End Input Circuit and Wiring for SINK/SOURCE Input ....................................... H6-3
Chapter 7:Digital Output (DO) Circuit
7.1 Specifications of Digital Output Circuit ............................................................................................ H7-2
7.2 5VDC Ultra High Speed Line-Driver Differential Output Circuit and its Wiring ........................... H7-3
7.3 Single-End Output Circuit ................................................................................................................ H7-3
7.3.1 Structure and Wiring of Single-End Relay Output Circuit .......................................................................... H7-3
7.3.2 Structure and Wiring of Single-End Transistor SINK & SOURCE Output Circuit................................... H7-4
7.4 Speed up the Single-End Transistor Output Circuit (only applicable to high and medium-speed)
......................................................................................................................................................... H7-6
7.5 Output Device Protection and Noise Suppression in DO Circuit ............................................... H7-6
7.5.1 Protection of Relay Contacts and Noise Suppression ............................................................................... H7-6
7.5.2 Protection of Transistor Output and Noise Suppression............................................................................ H7-8
Chapter 8:Test Run, Monitoring and Maintenance
8.1 Inspection After Wiring and Before First Time Power on.............................................................. H8-1
8.2 Test Run and Monitoring ................................................................................................................. H8-1
8.3 LED Indications on PLC Main Unit and Troubleshooting ............................................................. H8-2
8.4 Maintenance ..................................................................................................................................... H8-4
8.5 The Charge of Battery & Recycle of Used Battery........................................................................ H8-4
【Instruction】
Contents
Chapter 1: PLC Ladder Diagram and the Coding Rules of Mnemonic
1.1
The Operation Principle of Ladder Diagram ............................................................. 1-1
1.1.1
Combination Logic ............................................................................................................ 1-1
1.1.2
Sequential Logic ............................................................................................................... 1-2
1.2
Differences Between Conventional and PLC Ladder Diagram ................................ 1-3
1.3
Ladder Diagram Structure and Terminology ............................................................ 1-5
1.4
The Coding Rules of Mnemonic ............................................................................... 1-8
1.5
The De-Composition of a Network ........................................................................... 1-11
1.6
Using Temporary Relays .......................................................................................... 1-12
1.7
Program Simplification Techniques .......................................................................... 1-13
Chapter 2: FBS-PLC Memory Allocation
2.1
FBS-PLC Memory Allocation .................................................................................... 2-1
2.2
Digital and Register Allocations................................................................................ 2-2
2.3
Special Relay Details ............................................................................................... 2-3
2.4
Special Registers Details ......................................................................................... 2-7
Chapter 3: FBS-PLC Instruction Lists
3.1
Sequential Instructions ............................................................................................. 3-1
3.2
Function Instructions ................................................................................................ 3-2
Chapter 4: Sequential Instructions
4.1
Valid Operand of Sequential Instructions ................................................................. 4-1
4.2
Element Description ................................................................................................. 4-2
4.2.1
Characteristics of A, B, TU and TD Contacts ................................................................... 4-2
4.2.2
OPEN and SHORT Contact.............................................................................................. 4-3
4.2.3
Output Coil and Inverse Output Coil ................................................................................. 4-4
4.2.4
Retentive Output Coil ........................................................................................................ 4-4
4.2.5
Set Coil and Reset Coil ..................................................................................................... 4-5
4.3
Node Operation Instructions..................................................................................... 4-5
Chapter 5: Description of Function Instructions
5.1
The Format of Function Instructions......................................................................... 5-1
5.1.1
Input Control .......................................................................................................... 5-1
5.1.2
Instruction Number and Derivative Instructions ......................................................... 5-2
5.1.3
Operand ................................................................................................................ 5-3
5.1.4
Functions Output (FO) ............................................................................................ 5-6
5.2
Use Index Register(XR) for Indirect Addressing ...................................................... 5-6
5.3
Numbering System ................................................................................................... 5-9
5.3.1
Binary Code and Related Terminologies .................................................................. 5-9
5.3.2
The Coding of Numeric Numbers for FBS-PLC .......................................................... 5-10
5.3.3
Range of Numeric Value ......................................................................................... 5-10
5.3.4
Representation of Numeric Value ............................................................................ 5-10
5.3.5
Representation of Negative Number ........................................................................ 5-11
5.3.6
Representation of Floating Point Number ................................................................. 5-11
5.4
Overflow and Underflow of Increment(+1) or Decrement(-1) ................................. 5-12
5.5
Carry and Borrow in Addition/Subtraction ................................................................ 5-13
Chapter 6: Basic Function Instructions
z
T
(Timer) ....................................................... 6-2
z
C
(Counter) ..................................................... 6-5
z
Set
(SET) ......................................................... 6-8
z
Reset
(RESET) .................................................... 6-10
z
Master control loop start
(FUN0) ....................................................... 6-12
z
Master control loop end
(FUN01) ..................................................... 6-14
z
Skip start
(FUN02) ..................................................... 6-15
z
Skip end
(FUN03) ..................................................... 6-17
z
Differential up
(FUN04) ..................................................... 6-18
z
Differential down
(FUN05) ..................................................... 6-19
z
Bit shift
(FUN06) ..................................................... 6-20
z
Up/down counter
(FUN07) ..................................................... 6-21
z
Move
(FUN08) ..................................................... 6-23
z
Move inverse
(FUN09) ..................................................... 6-24
z
Toggle switch
(FUN10) ..................................................... 6-25
z
Addition
(FUN11) ..................................................... 6-26
z
Subtraction
(FUN12) ..................................................... 6-27
z
Multiplication
(FUN13) ............................................... ......6-28
z
Division
(FUN14) .................................................... 6-30
z
Increment
(FUN15) .................................................... 6-32
z
Decrement
(FUN16) .................................................... 6-33
z
Compare
(FUN17) .................................................... 6-34
z
Logical and
(FUN18) .................................................... 6-35
z
Logical or
(FUN19) .................................................... 6-36
z
Binary to bcd conversion
(FUN20) .................................................... 6-37
z
Bcd to binary conversion
(FUN21) .................................................... 6-38
Chapter 7:Advanced Function Instructions
z
Flow Control Instructions I
(FUN22) ......................................................... 7-1
z
Arithmetical Operation Instructions
(FUN23~33) ....................................... 7-2 ~ 7-18
z
Multiple Linear Conversion
(FUN34) ............................................. 7-19 ~ 7-24
z
Logical Operation Instructions
(FUN35~36) .................................... 7-25 ~ 7-26
z
Comparison Instruction
(FUN37) ....................................................... 7-27
z
Data Movement Instructions I
(FUN40~50) ...................................... 7-28 ~ 7-38
z
Shifting/Rotating Instructions
(FUN51~54) .................................... 7-39 ~ 7-42
z
Code Conversion Instructions
(FUN55~64) .................................... 7-43 ~ 7-59
z
Flow Control Instructions II
(FUN65~71) .................................... 7-60 ~ 7-67
z
I/O Instructions I
(FUN74~86) .................................... 7-68 ~ 7-84
z
Cumulative Timer Instructions
(FUN87~89) .................................... 7-85 ~ 7-86
z
Watchdog Timer Instructions
(FUN90~91) .................................... 7-87 ~ 7-88
z
High Speed Counting/Timing
(FUN92~93) .................................... 7-89 ~ 7-90
z
Report Printing Instructions
(FUN94) ............................................ 7-91 ~ 7-92
z
Slow Up/Slow Down Instructions
(FUN95~98) .................................... 7-93 ~ 7-98
z
Table Instructions
(FUN100~114) ................................. 7-99 ~ 7-117
z
Matrix Instructions
(FUN120~130) ..............................7-118 ~ 7-129
z
I/O Instruction II
(FUN139) ....................................... 7-130 ~ 7-131
z
NC Positioning Instructions I
(FUN140~143) ............................. 7-132 ~ 7-135
z
Enable/Disable Instructions
(FUN145~146) ..............................7-136 ~ 7-137
z
NC Positioning Instructions II
(FUN147~148) ............................. 7-138 ~ 7-139
z
Communication Instructions
(FUN150~151) ..............................7-140 ~ 7-141
z
Data Movement Instructions II
(FUN160~162) ...............................7-142 ~ 7-147
z
In Line Comparison Instructions
(FUN170~175) ..............................7-148 ~ 7-153
z
Other Instructions
(FUN190) .......................................7-154 ~ 7-155
z
Floating Point Instructions
(FUN200~220) ................................7-156 ~ 7-177
Chapter 8: Step Instruction Description
8.1
The Operation Principle of Step Ladder Diagram ................................................... 8-1
8.2
Basic Formation of Step Ladder Diagram ................................................................ 8-2
8.3
Instruction of Step Instructions: STP, FROM, TO, and STPEND ............................. 8-5
8.4
Notes for Writing a Step Ladder Diagram ................................................................ 8-11
8.5
Application Examples ............................................................................................... 8-15
8.6
Syntax Check Error Codes for Step Instruction........................................................ 8-22
【Appendix I】FBs-PACK Operation Instruction
1.1
Write Ladder Program and Register Data to FBs-PACK with WinProladder ............ …-1
1.2
Write Ladder Program and Register Data to FBs-PACK with Special Register
Operation............................................................................................................................. …-4
1.3
Assigning the Retrieval of Register Stored FBs-PACK ................................................ …-6
1.4
Read and Write FBs-PACK by Function Instruction ..................................................... …-7
【 Hardware】
Chapter 1
Introduction of FATEK FBS Series PLC
The FATEK FBS Series PLC is a new generation of micro PLC equipped with excellent functions comparable to medium
or large PLC, with up to five communication ports. The maximum I/O numbers are 256 points for Digital Input (DI) and Digital
Output (DO), 64 words for Numeric Input (NI) and Numeric Output (NO). The Main Units of FBS are available in three types: MA
(Economy Type), MC (High-Performance Type), and MN (High-Speed NC Type). With the combination of I/O point ranges from
10 to 60, a total of 17 models are available. Fifteen DI/DO and 19 NI/NO models are available for Expansion Units/Modules.
With interface options in RS232, RS485, USB, Ethernet, CANopen, Zigbee and GSM, the communication peripherals are
available with 15 boards and modules.
1.1 Appearance of Main Unit
All the Main Units of FBS-PLC have the same physical structure. The only difference is the case width. There are four different
case sizes, which are 60mm, 90mm, 130mm, and 175mm. The figure below will use the Main Unit case of the FBS-24MC as
an example for illustration:
3
8
4
9
1
max.
400mA
24V OUT
S/S
X0
X2
X1
X4
X3
X6
X5
0
4
8
I2
X10
X8
X7
12
X12
X11
X9
max.
400mA
X13
18
15
16
24V OUT
S/S
X0
X4
X2
X1
X3
20
X6
X5
POW
RUN
RUN
ERR
TX
RX
PORT0
Y1
Y0
C0
6
5
Y4
Y2
C2
Y3
OUT ( Y )
OUT ( Y )
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9
Y5
C4
FBs-24MCR2-AC
Y6
C6
2
7
IN
Y9
C0
11
3
10
17
max.
400mA
24V OUT
S/S
X0
X2
X1
TX
TX
RX
RX
X4
X3
X6
X5
0
4
8
I2
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
X10
X8
X7
I 2 3
5 6 7
9 I0 I I
I3
IN ( X )
POW
5
○
RX
IN
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9
PORT0
Y1
Y0
Y2
C2
Y5
Y4
Y3
C4
Y6
C6
Y6
C6
Y8
Y7
Y9
19
Terminals of main power input and digital output
6 Standard cover plate (without communication
○
FBs-24MCR2-AC
AC100~240V
C0
Y5
C4
(Pitch 7.62mm)
OUT ( Y )
PORT1
Y4
Y3
(Pitch 7.62mm)
ERR
PORT2
15
Y2
C2
1 35mm-width DIN RAIL
○
2 DIN RAIL tab
○
3 Hole for screw fixation (ψ4.5×2)
○
4 Terminals of 24VDC power input and digital input
○
X13
RUN
TX
Y0
蓋板掀開之正視圖
)
(Front (view
with cover plate removed)
X12
X11
X9
FBs-24MCR2-AC
AC100~240V
Y1
Y8
Y7
( 未裝通訊板之正視圖
(Front view
without Communication) Board)
13
RX
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9
AC100~240V
IN
X13
IN ( X )
POW
ERR
TX
X12
X11
X9
I 2 3
5 6 7
9 I0 I I
I3
IN ( X )
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
X10
X8
X7
0
4
8
I2
I 2 3
5 6 7
9 I0 I I
I3
board)
Y8
Y7
Y9
14
7 Cover plate of built-in communication port (Port 0)
○
(Front view with CB-22 Board installed)
H1-1
8
○
9
○
10
○
11
○
12
○
Indicators for transmit (TX) and receive (RX) status of built-in communication port (Port0).
Indicator for Digital Input (Xn).
Indicator for Digital Output (Yn).
Indicator for system status (POW, RUN, ERR).
I/O output expansion header cover [units of 20 points or beyond only], with esthetic purpose and capable of securing
expansion cable.
13
○
14
○
15
○
16
○
FBS-CB22 Communication Board (CB).
FBS-CB22 CB cover plate (each CB has its own specific cover plate)
Screw holes of communication board.
Connector for communication board (for 7 types CB of CB2, CB22, CB5, CB55, CB25, CBE, CBCAN , 3 types AIO
of B2DA, B2AD, B4AD, and 2 types DAP of BDAP and BPEP)
17 Left side (communication) expansion header (only available in MC/MN model, for CM22, CM25, CM55, CM25E,
○
CM55E, and CMGSM connection).
18
○
19
○
20
○
Connector for Memory Pack.
Connector for built-in communication port (Port 0) (With USB and RS232 optional, shown in the figure is for RS232)
Right side (I/O) output expansion header (only available in units with 20 points or beyond), for connecting with
cables from expansion units/modules.
1.2
Appearance of Expansion Unit/Module
There are three types of cases for expansion units/modules. One type uses the same case as main unit that of the 90mm,
130mm, and 175mm, while the other two have thinner 40mm and 60mm cases, which are for expansion modules. All
expansion cables (left) of expansion units/modules are flat ribbon cables (5cm long), which were soldered directly on the PCB,
and the expansion header (right) is a 14Pin Header, with this to connect the right adjacent expansion units/modules. In the
following, each of the three types of expansion units/modules is described as an example:
z
Expansion unit/module with 90mm, 130mm, or 175mm width case: [ -24XY◇–◎, -40XY◇–◎, -60XY◇–◎, -16TC,
-16RTD]
Input status
indicator
Digital input
terminal block
Screw hole
ψ4.5 × 2
Output expansion
header cover plate
Front view of output expansion header
with cover plate removed
Expansion cable
connector
24V IN
S/S
X1
X3
X2
X5
X4
X7
X6
X9
I
5
9
I3
X11
X10
X8
X13
X12
X14
2 3 4
6 7 8
I0 I I I2
I4
IN ( X )
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
POW
OUT ( Y )
I 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 I0
Y2
C1
Y1
Y5
Y3
C3
Y4
FBs-24XYR
Y7
Y6
C5
C7
Y9
Y8
Y10
Output expansion
Digital output terminal block and
Main power input (for XY- )
Output status indicator
DIN RAIL tab
H1-2
z Expansion unit/module with 60mm width case: [-16XY◇, -16Y◇, -20X ]
Output expansion
cover plate
I/O terminal block
Screw hole
ψ4.5 × 2
Output expansion slot
Front view of output expansion slot
with cover plate removed
S/S
X1
X5
X3
X2
Output status
indicator
X4
X7
X6
X8
I 2 3 4 5
6 7 8
IN ( X )
POW
OUT ( Y )
I 2 3 4 5
6 7 8
FBs-16XYR
Y3
Y1
C1
Y5
Y4
Y2
C3
Y7
Y6
C5
Y8
Output expansion slot
Expansion cable
connector
z
DIN RAIL tab
I/O terminal block
Expansion module with 40mm width case: [ -8XY◇, -8Y◇, -8X, -6AD, -2DA, -4DA, -4A2D, -2A4TC,
-2A4RTD,-7SG1, -7SG2, -2TC, -6TC, -6RTD, -CM5H, -6NTC, -4PT,
-1LC, -1HLC, -VOM ]
Screw hole
ψ4.5 × 2
I/O terminal block
Input status
indicator
Output expansion header
cover plate
Front view of output expansion slot
with cover plate removed
S/S
X1
X3
X2
Output status
indicator
X4
I 2 3 4
IN ( X )
POW
OUT ( Y )
I 2 3 4
FBs-8XYR
Y1
Y2
C1
Y3
C3
Y4
Output expansion head
Expansion cable
connector
I/O terminal block
DIN RAIL tab
H1-3
z
Expansion module with 40mm width case:
[ -24X, -24YT, -24YJ, -32DGI ]
Output expansion
header cover plate
Screw hole
ψ4.5 × 2
I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 I0 I I I2 I3 I4 I5 I6
I7 I8 I9 20 2I 22 23 24
Input status
indicator
Front view of output expansion
header with cover plate
IN ( X )
POW
FBs-24X
Expansion cable
connector
S/S1
X1
X2
X3
X5
X4
X6
X7
X8
FG
S/S2
X9
X10
X11
X13
X12
X14
X15
X16
FG
S/S3
X18
X17
X19
X21
X20
X22
X23
X24
FG
Output expansion
I/O Header socket
DIN RAIL tab
1.3
Appearance of Communication Expansion Module
The Communication Module (CM) of FBS-PLC has a 25mm-width case, which can be used in the following seven modules:
-CM22, -CM25, -CM55, -CM25E, -CM55E, -CM25C, -CM5R.
螺絲固定孔
Screw hole
ψ4.5
×2
φ 4.5×2
通訊插座
PORT4 (RS485)
Port 4
Port4
Communication Socket
ETHERNET
Ethernet
network
乙太網路
(Port
4)
(Port4)
DINRAIL卡鉤
RAIL tab
DIN
LNK
1
TX
2
RX
+
TX
RX
Port4
Port4
通訊指示燈
Communication
indicator
Terminator Switch
Terminator
附加開關
(T:(T:ON,
ON, N:OFF)
N:OFF)
G
PORT3 (RS232)
Port3
Port
3
Communication
通訊插座
RUN
3
6
T
通訊模組擴充扁平排線接頭
Communication
module expansion cable
17 )
(插於主機之通訊模組連接插座
connector
(to be plugged in main unit ○
17
N
TX
RX
FBs-CM25E
Port3
通訊指示燈
Port3
Communication
H1-4
1.4
List of FBs-PLC Models
Module Name
FBs-10MA◇∆–◎–C
FBs-14MA◇∆–◎–C
FBs-20MA◇∆–◎–C
Basic
Main Units
FBs-24MA◇∆–◎–C
FBs-32MA◇∆–◎–C
FBs-32MB◇∆–◎–C
FBs-40MA◇∆–◎–C
FBs-40MB◇∆–◎–C
FBs-60MA◇∆–◎–C
FBs-60MB◇∆–◎–C
FBs-10MC◇∆–◎
Main
FBs-14MC◇∆–◎
Units
FBs-20MC◇∆–◎
Advanced
Main Units
FBs-24MC◇∆–◎
FBs-32MC◇∆–◎
FBs-40MC◇∆–◎
FBs-60MC◇∆–◎
FBs-20MN◇∆–◎
NC Positioning
Main Units
FBs-32MN◇∆–◎
FBs-44MN◇∆–◎
Expansion Power
Supply
Right Side Expansion Modules
DIO
Expansion Units
DIO Expansion
Modules
FBs-EPW–AC/D24
Specifications
6 points 24VDC digital input (4 points medium speed 20KHz, 2 points medium speed total 5KHz);
4 points relay or transistor output (4 points medium speed 20KHz); 1 RS232 or USB port
(expandable up to 3); I/O is not expandable
8 points 24VDC digital input (4 points medium speed 20KHz, 4 points medium speed total 5KHz);
6 points relay or transistor output (6 points medium speed 20KHz); 1 RS232 or USB port
(expandable up to 3); I/O is not expandable
12 points 24VDC digital input (6 points medium speed 20KHz, 6 points medium speed total 5KHz); 8 points
relay or transistor output (8 points medium speed 20KHz); 1 RS232 or USB port (expandable up to 3)
14 points 24VDC digital input (8 points medium speed 20KHz, 6 points medium speed total 5KHz);
10 points relay or transistor output (8 points medium speed 20KHz); 1 RS232 or USB port
(expandable up to 3)
20 points 24VDC digital input (8 points medium speed 20KHz, 8 points medium speed total 5KHz);
12 points relay or transistor output (8 points medium speed 20KHz); 1 RS232 or USB port
(expandable up to 3); (MB is detachable terminal block)
24 points 24VDC digital input (8 points medium speed 20KHz, 8 points medium speed total 5KHz);
16 points relay or transistor output (8 points medium speed 20KHz); 1 RS232 or USB port
(expandable up to 3); (MB is detachable terminal block)
36 points 24VDC digital input (8 points medium speed 20KHz, 8 points medium speed total 5KHz);
24 points relay or transistor output (8 points medium speed 20KHz); 1 RS232 or USB port
(expandable up to 3); (MB is detachable terminal block)
6 points 24VDC digital input (2 points high speed 200KHz, 2 points medium speed 20KHz, 2 points
medium speed total 5KHz); 4 points relay or transistor output (2 points high speed 200KHz, 2 points
medium speed 20KHz); 1 RS232 or USB port (expandable up to 5); built-in RTC; I/O is not expandable
8 points 24VDC digital input (2 points high speed 200KHz, 2 points medium speed 20KHz, 4 points
medium speed total 5KHz); 6 points relay or transistor output (2 points high speed 200KHz, 4 points
medium speed 20KHz); 1 RS232 or USB port (expandable up to 5); built-in RTC; I/O is not expandable
12 points 24VDC digital input (4 points high speed 200KHz, 2 points medium speed 20KHz, 6 points
medium speed total 5KHz); 8 points relay or transistor output (4 points high speed 200KHz, 4 points
medium speed 20KHz); 1 RS232 or USB port (expandable up to 5); built-in RTC; detachable terminal block
14 points 24VDC digital input (4 points high speed 200KHz, 4 points medium speed 20KHz, 6 points
medium speed total 5KHz); 10 points relay or transistor output (4 points high speed 200KHz, 4 points
medium sped 20KHz); 1 RS232 or USB port (expandable up to 5); built-in RTC; detachable terminal block
20 points 24VDC digital input (6 points high speed 200KHz, 2 points medium speed 20KHz, 8 points
medium speed total 5KHz); 12 points relay or transistor output (6 points high speed 200KHz, 2 points
medium speed 20KHz); 1 RS232 or USB port (expandable up to 5); built-in RTC; detachable terminal block
24 points 24VDC digital input (6 points high speed 200KHz, 2 points medium speed 20KHz, 8 points
medium speed total 5KHz); 16 points relay or transistor output (6 points high speed 200KHz, 2 points
medium speed 20KHz); 1 RS232 or USB port (expandable up to 5); built-in RTC; detachable terminal block
36 points 24VDC digital input (8 points high speed 200KHz, 8 points medium speed total 5KHz); 24 points
relay or transistor output (8 points high speed 200KHz); 1 RS232 or USB port (expandable up to 5);
built-in RTC; detachable terminal block
2 sets (1 axis) 920KHz 5VDC digital differential input, 10 points 24VDC digital input (4 points high speed
200KHz, 6 points medium speed total 5KHz); 2 sets (1 axis) 920KHz 5VDC digital differential output, 6
points relay or transistor output (average high speed 200KHz); 1 RS232 or USB port (expandable up to 5);
built-in RTC; detachable terminal block
4 sets (2 axes) 920KHz 5VDC digital differential input, 16 points 24VDC digital input (4 points high speed
200KHz, 8 points medium speed total 5KHz); 4 sets (2 axes) 920KHz 5VDC digital differential output, 8
points relay or transistor output (4 points high speed 200KHz); 1 RS232 or USB port (expandable up to 5);
built-in RTC; detachable terminal block
8 sets (4 axes) 920KHz 5VDC digital differential input, 20 points 24VDC digital input (8 points medium
speed total 5KHz); 8 sets (4 axes) 920KHz 5VDC digital differential output, 8 points relay or low speed
transistor output; 1 RS232 or USB port (expandable up to 5); built-in RTC; detachable terminal block
Power supply of 100~240VAC or 24VDC input for expansion module; 3 sets output power with 5VDC,
24VDC, and 24VDC, 14W capacity
FBs-24XY◇–◎
FBs-40XY◇–◎
FBs-60XY◇–◎
FBs-8X
FBs-8Y◇
FBs-8XY◇
FBs-16Y◇
FBs-16XY◇
FBs-20X
FBs-24XY◇
FBs-40XY◇
FBs-60XY◇
14 points 24VDC digital input, 10 points relay or transistor output, built-in power supply
24 points 24VDC digital input, 16 points relay or transistor output, built-in power supply
36 points 24VDC digital input, 24 points relay or transistor output, built-in power supply
8 points 24 VDC digital input
8 points relay or transistor output
4 points 24VDC digital input, 4 points relay or transistor output
16 points relay or transistor output
8 points 24VDC digital input, 8 points relay or transistor output
20 points 24VDC digital input
14 points 24VDC digital input, 10 points relay or transistor output
24 points 24VDC digital input, 16 points relay or transistor output
36 points 24VDD digital input, 24 points relay or transistor output
FBs-24X
24 points high-density 24VDC digital input, 30 pins header with latch
FBs-24YT/J
24 points high-density transistor SINK(T) or SOURCE(J) output (0.1A max.),30 pins header with latch
H1-5
Module Name
Thumbwheel switch
FBs-32DGI
module
16/7 Segment LED
display modules
AIO modules
Specifications
8 sets 4 digits (total 32 digits) thumbwheel switch (or 128 points independent switch) multiplex input
module, 30 pins header connector
FBs-2DA
1 set 8 digits 7-segment/4 digits 16-segment LED display (or 64 points independent LED) output display
module, 16 pins header connector
2 sets 8 digits 7-segment/4 digits 16-segment LED display (or 128 points independent LED) output
display module, 16 pins header connector
2 channels, 14-bit analog output module (-10~10V, 0~10V or -20~20mA, 0~20mA)
FBs-4DA
4 channels, 14-bit analog output module (-10~10V, 0~10V or -20~20mA, 0~20mA)
FBs-4A2D
4 channels, 14-bit analog input (same specification as 6AD)+2 channels, 14-bit analog output (same
specification as 2DA) combo module
FBs-7SG1
FBs-7SG2
Voice modules
FBs-VOM
Load Cell Module
FBs-1LC
6 channels, 14-bit analog input module (-10~10V, 0~10V or -20~20mA, 0~20mA)
2 channels, thermocouple temperature input module with 0.1°C resolution.
6 channels, thermocouple temperature input module with 0.1°C resolution.
16 channels, thermocouple temperature input module with 0.1°C resolution.
6 channels, RTD temperature input module with 0.1°C resolution.
16 channels, RTD temperature input module with 0.1°C resolution.
6 channels, NTC temperature input module with 0.1°C resolution.
2 channels, 14-bit analog input (same specifications as 6AD)+ 4 channels thermocouple temperature
input (same specifications as 6TC) combo module
2 channels, 14-bit analog input (same specifications as 6AD) + 4 channels RTD temperature input (same
specifications as 6RTD) combo module
Built-in 1MB memory (play continuously up to 2 minutes), extendable 4GB SD card(play continuously up
to 8,000 minutes) voice module, 245 messages, output 2W
1 channel, load cell measurement module with 16-bit resolution (including sign bit)
Potential Meter
Module
FBs-4PT
4 channels, 14-bit potential meter input module (Impedance range: 1~10K Ω)
FBs-CM22
FBs-CM55
FBs-CM25
2 ports RS232 (Port3 +Port 4) communication module
2 ports RS485 (Port3 +Port 4) communication module
1 port RS232 (Port3) + 1 port RS485 (port 4) communication module
FBs-CM25E
1 port RS232 (Port3) + 1 port RS485 (port 4) + Ethernet network interface communication module
FBs-CM55E
1 port RS485 (Port3) + 1 port RS485 (port 4) + Ethernet network interface communication module
FBs-CMZB
FBs-CMZBR
FBs-CMGSM
FBs-CM25C
FBs-CM5R
ZigBee communication module
ZigBee communication repeater
GSM wireless communication module
General purpose RS232 to RS485/RS422 communication interface converter with photocouple isolation
General purpose RS485 repeater with photocouple isolation
General purpose 4 ports RS485 HUB with photocouple isolation, RS485 can be connected as star
connection
1 port RS232 (Port 2) communication board
2 ports RS232 (Port 1+ Port 2) communication board
1 port RS485 (Port 2) communication board
2 ports RS485 (Port 1+ Port 2) communication board
1 port RS232 (Port 1) + 1 port RS485 (Port 2) communication board
1 port 10 Base T Ethernet communication board
1 port 100 Base T Ethernet communication board
1 port CANopen communication board
2 channels, 12-bit analog output board (0~10V or 0~20mA)
2 channels, 12-bit analog input + 1 channel, 12-bit analog output combo analog board (0~10V or
0~20mA)
Temperature
measurement
modules
AI + Temperature
Measurement
combo modules
Communication
modules
FBs-6AD
FBs-2TC
FBs-6TC
FBs-16TC
FBs-6RTD
FBs-16RTD
FBs-6NTC
FBs-2A4TC
FBs-2A4RTD
Left Side Expansion Modules
FBs-CM5H
Communication
boards
AIO
boards
FBs-CB2
FBs-CB22
FBs-CB5
FBs-CB55
FBs-CB25
FBs-CBE
FBs-CBEH
FBs-CBCAN
FBs-B2DA
FBs-B2A1D
FBs-B4AD
4 channels, 12-bit analog input board (0~10V or 0~20mA)
Precision Load
Cell Module
FBs-1HLC
1 channel, high precision weighing control module with 24-bit resolution
3-Axis Motion
Control Module
FBs-30GM
3-Axis with linear and circular interpolation advanced motional control module, 3 sets of 200KHz high
speed pulse input, 3 sets of 500KHz high speed pulse output, 14 points main unit, 16M Bytes program
capacity, 20K Words retentive file register, built-in RS485 and Ethernet, 7.62mm detachable terminal
block
FBs-BDAP
FBs-BPEP
FBs-PEP/PEPR
Board type Data Access Panel
Board type Parameter Entry Panel
Multi characters with graphics-based Parameter Entry Panel, built-in RFID Read/Write module with PEPR
FBs-DAP-B/BR
16 X 2 LCD character display, 20 keys keyboard, 24VDC power supply, RS485 communication interface,
built-in RFID Read/Write module with BR
FBs-DAP-C/CR
16 X 2 LCD character display, 20 keys keyboard, 5VDC power supply, RS232 communication interface,
built-in RFID Read/Write module with CR
Simple HMI
H1-6
Module Name
CARD-H
Read / Write wireless card (for FBs-DAP-BR/CR and FBs-PEPR)
Programming
Devices
FP-08
FBs- Series PLC handheld programmer
Winproladder
FATEK-PLC Winproladder Programming software
Memory Pack
FBs-PACK
FBs-PLC program memory pack with 20K Words program, 20K Words register, write protection switch
PWMDA module
PWMDA
10-bit single channel pulse width modulation(PWM) 0~10V analog output (AO) module
USB- RS232
Converter Cable
FBs-U2C-MD-180
RFID Card
FBs-232P0-9F-150
Peripheral and Accessory
Communication
cables
High density DIO
cable
16/7-Segment
LED display
FBs-232P0-9M-400
FBs-232P0-MD-200
Training Box
3.
Communication converter cable with standard USB AM connector to RS232 MD4M connector (used in
standard PC USB to FBs main unit Port 0 RS232), length 180cm
MD4M to DB9F communication cable (FBs main unit Port 0 RS232 connect to standard DB9M), length
150cm
MD4M to DB9M communication cable (FBs main unit Port 0 RS232 connect to DB9F), length 400cm
MD4M to MD4M communication cable (FBs main unit Port 0 RS232 connect to FBs-PEP/PEPR), length
200cm
FBs-232P0-MDR-200
MD4M to 90˚ MD4M communication cable (FBs main unit Port 0 RS232 connect to FBs-PEP/PEPR),
length 200cm
HD30-22AWG-200
High density modules(FBs-24X, FBs-24YT/J, FBs-32DGI) connector,30pin Socket, 22AWG I/O cable,
length200cm
DBAN.8-nR
0.8” 4-digit 16-segment LED display, n means R(Red) 16-segment LED characters display installed,
can be 1~4
DBAN.2.3-nR
2.3” 4-digit 16-segment LED display, n means R(Red) 16-segment LED characters display installed,
can be 1~4
DB.56-nR
DB.8-nR
DB2.3-nR
DB4.0-nR
1.
2.
Specifications
FBs-TBOX
0.56" 8-digit 7-segment display, n means R(Red) 7-segment LED characters display installed,
can be 1~8
0.8" 8-digit 7-segment display, n means R(Red) 7-segment LED characters display installed, can be 1~8
2.3" 8-digit 7-segment display, n means R(Red) 7-segment LED characters display installed, can be 1~8
4.0" 4-digit 7-segment display, n means R(Red) 7-segment LED characters display installed, can be 1~4
46cm x 32 cm x 16cm suitcase, containing FBs-24MCT main unit. FBs-CM25E communication module
(RS232 + RS485 + Ethernet network), 14 simulated input switches, 10 external relay output, Doctor
terminal outlet I/O, peripherals such as stepping motor, encoder, 7-segment display, 10 of 10mm LED
indicator, thumbwheel switch, and 16 key keyboard.
◇:R ─ Relay output;T ─ Transistor SINK(NPN) output; J ─ Transistor SOURCE (PNP) output
∆:2 ─ built-in RS232 port;U ─ built-in USB port (non-standard)
◎:AC ─ 100~240VAC power supply; D12 ─ 12VDC power supply;D24 ─ 24VDC power supply
4.
–C:Blank ─ Standard;–C ─ add in RTC
5.
The unmarked frequencies of Digital Input (DI) or Digital Output (DO) are low speed.
H1-7
1.5
Specifications of Main Unit
Item
Specification
Execution Speed
Note
0.33uS/per Sequence Command
Space of Control Program
20K Words
Program Memory
FLASH ROM or SRAM+Lithium battery for Back-up
Sequence Command
36
Application Command
326 (126 types)
Flow Chart (SFC) Command
4
Include Derived Commands
Corresponding to External Digital Input
Point
Corresponding to External Digital Output
Point
︽
Single Point
X
Output Contact(DI)
X0~X255
(256)
Y
Output Relay(DO)
Y0~Y255
(256)
TR
Temporary Relay
TR0~TR39
(40)
M0~M799
(800)*
M
Non-retentive
Internal Relay
︾
BIT Status
Retentive
Special Relay
S
Non-retentive
Step Relay
Retentive
M1400~M1911
(512)
M800~M1399
(600)*
M1912~M2001
(90)
S0~S499
S500~S999
T0~T255
(256)
C
Counter ”Count Up” Status Contact
C0~C255
(256)
Current 0.01S Time base
Time
0.1S Time base
Value
Register 1STime base
T0~T49
16-Bit
32-Bit
(50)*
T50~T199
(150)*
T200~T255
(56)*
︽ WORD Data
︾
Register
HR
ROR
IR
OR
^
SR
T0 ~ T255 Numbers for each time base
can be flexibly adjusted.
C0~C139
(140)*
Non-retentive
C140~C199
(60)*
Can be configured as retentive type
Retentive
C200~C239
(40)*
Can be configured as non-retentive type
Non-retentive C240~C255
(16)*
Can be configured as retentive type
Can be configured as non-retentive type
R0~R2999
(3000)*
D0~D3999
(4000)
Non-retentive R3000~R3839
Data Register
Can be configured as non-retentive type
Retentive
Retentive
HR
DR
S20~S499 can be configured as
retentive type
(500)*
Timer ”Time Up” Status Contact
Current
Counter
CTR
Value
Register
Can be configured as non-retentive type
(500)*
T
TMR
Can be configured as retentive type
Can be configured as non-retentive type
(840)*
Can be configured as retentive type
Retentive
R5000~R8071
Read-only
Register
R5000~R8071 can be configured as ROR,
default setting is (0)*
File Register
F0~F8191
Input register
(3072)*
(8192)*
R3840~R3903
(64)
Corresponding to external numeric input
(64)
Corresponding to external numeric
output
Output Register
R3904~R3967
Special System Register
R3968~R4167 (197) R4000~R4095
(96)
(3)
﹀
Special Register
0.1mSHigh Speed Timer register R4152~R4154
Real Time Calendar Register
(Not available in MA model)
XR
Index Register
V、Z (2), P0~P9 (10)
External Interrupt Control
32 (16 point input positive/negative edges)
Internal Interrupt Control
8 (1, 2 3, 4, 5, 10, 50, 100mS)
Interrupt
Control
High Speed
Counter
Register
Hardware(4 sets) DR4096~DR4110
(4×4)
Software (4 sets)
(4×4)
0.1mS High Speed Timer (HST)
When not configured as ROR, it can
serve as normal register (for read/Write)
ROR is stored in special ROR area and
not consume program space
Must save/retrieved via special
commands
DR4112~DR4126
R4128 (sec) R4128 (min) R4130 (hour) R4131 (day)
R4132
(month)
R4133 (year) R4134 (week)
1 (16bits), 4 (32bits, derived from HHSC)
H1-8
Optional for MA module
High Speed Counter
Hardware High Speed
Counter
(HHSC) /32 bits
Channels
Up to 4
Counting
mode
Counting
frequency
8 (U/D, U/D×2, K/R K/R×2, A/B, A/B×2, A/B×3
A/B×4)
Up to 200KHz (single-end input) or 920KHz
y Total number of HHSC and SHSC is
(differential input)
8.
y HHSC can change into High Speed
Up to 4
Timer with 32 bits/0.1mS Time base.
3 (U/D、K/R、A/B)
Channels
Software High Speed
Counter
(SHSC) /32 bits
Counting
mode
Counting
frequency
Communication
Interface
Port0 (RS232 or USB)
Port1~Port4
(RS232, RS485 or Ethernet)
Maximum Connections
Number of Axes
Communication Speed 4.8Kbps~921.6Kbps
(9.6Kbps)*
Communication Speed 4.8Kbps~921.6Kbps
(9.6Kbps)*
254
200KHz single output (single) 100KHZ ( A/B way)
920KHz(single way) and 460KHz(A/B way)
differential output.
3 (U/D、K/R、A/B)
Positioning Language
Special Positioning Programming Language
Number of Points
Up to 4
Output Frequency
72Hz~18.432KHz (with 0.1﹪resolution)
720Hz~184.32KHz ( with 1﹪resolution)
Points
Captured input
Captured pulse
width
Max.36 points (all of main units have the feature)
> 10μS(super high speed/high speed input)
> 47μS(medium speed input)
> 470μS(mid/low speed input)
Frequency 14KHz ~ 1.8MHz
Setting of Digital Filter
Port1~4 talk FATEK or Modbus RTU
Master/Slave Communication Protocol
Up to 4
NC
Positioning Output Frequency
Output
Output Pulse Mode
(PSO)
HSPWM
Output
Maximum sum up to 5KHz
Chosen by frequency at high frequencies
X0~X15
Tine constant 0 ~ 1.5mS/0 ~ 15mS,adjustable by step
Chosen by time constant at low frequencies
of 0.1mS/1mS
X16~X35
Time constant 1mS~15mS,adjustable by step of 1mS
Maximum expandable module
32
1.6 Environmental Specifications
Item
Operating Ambient
Temperature
Specification
Enclosure
Minimum
5°C
equipment
Maximum
40°C
Open
Minimum
5°C
equipment
Maximum
55°C
Storage Temperature
-25°C~+70°C
Relative Humidity (non-condensing, RH-2)
5%~95%
Pollution Level
Degree II
Corrosion Resistance
By IEC-68 Standard
Altitude
≦2000m
Vibration
Fixated by DIN RAIL
0.5G, for 2 hours each along the 3 axes
Secured by screws
2G, for 2 hours each along the 3 axes
Shock
10G, 3 times each along the 3 axes
Noise Suppression
1500Vp-p, width 1us
Withstand Voltage
1500VAC, 1 minute
Note
Permanent Installation
L, N to any terminal
 Warning
The listed environmental specifications are for FBS-PLC under normal operation. Any operation in environment
not conform to above conditions should be consulted with FATEK.
H1-9
1.7 Connection Diagrams of Various Models
1.7.1
z
NC Control Main Unit
[7.62mm Detachable Terminal Block]
20 point digital I/O main unit (12 points IN, 8 points OUT)
X0+
24V OUT
S/S
max.
400mA
X1+
X2
X0-
X1-
X4
X6
X5
X3
X10
X8
X7
X11
X9
AC
FBS-20MN◇△-AC
Power
AC100~240V
IN
Y0Y0+
SG0
X0+
24V OUT
S/S
max.
400mA
Y1-
Y2
Y1+
X1+
X2
X0-
X1-
Y4
X4
X3
Y6
Y5
Y3
C2
X6
X5
Y7
X10
X8
X7
X11
X9
DC
Power
FBS-20MN◇△-D24/D12
24VDC / 12VDC
IN
Y0Y0+
SG0
z
Y1-
Y2
Y1+
Y4
Y6
Y5
Y3
C2
Y7
32 point digital I/O main unit (20 points IN, 12 points OUT)
X0+
24V OUT
S/S
max.
400mA
X1+
X0-
X4+
X2
X1-
X5+
X6
X5-
X4-
X3
X9
X14
X12
X10
X8
X7
X11
X13
Y7
C8
X16
X15
X18
X17
X19
AC
Power
FBS-32MN◇△-AC
AC100~240V
IN
Y0Y0+
X0+
24V OUT
S/S
max.
400mA
Y1Y1+
Y2Y2+
SG0
X1+
X0-
Y3-
X4+
X2
X1-
Y4
Y3+
X5+
X4-
X3
X6
X5-
Y6
Y5
C4
X9
Y10
Y9
X14
X12
X10
X8
X7
Y8
X11
X13
Y7
C8
Y11
X16
X15
X18
X17
X19
DC
Power
FBS-32MN◇△-D24/D12
24VDC / 12VDC
IN
Y0Y0+
z
Y1+
Y1SG0
Y2Y2+
Y3-
Y4
Y3+
Y6
Y5
C4
Y8
Y10
Y9
Y11
44 point digital I/O main unit (28 points IN, 16 points OUT)
max.
400mA
X0+
24V OUT
S/S
X1+
X0-
X5+
X4+
X2
X1-
X4-
X3
X8+
X6
X5-
X7
X10
X14
X16
X18
X20
X22
X24
X26
X9+
X12+ X13+
X11
X15
X17
X19
X21
X23
X25
X27
X8X9X12- X13-
AC
FBS-44MN◇△-AC
Power
IN
AC100~240V
Y0Y0+
max.
400mA
Y1+
Y1SG0
X0+
24V OUT
S/S
X1+
X0-
Y2Y2+
Y4Y4+
X4+
X2
X1-
Y3Y3+
X5+
X4-
X3
X8+
X6
X5-
Y5Y5+
X7
Y6SG4
Y6+
Y7Y7+
Y8
Y10
Y9
C8
Y12
Y11
Y14
Y13
C12
Y15
X10
X14
X16
X18
X20
X22
X24
X26
X9+
X12+ X13+
X11
X15
X17
X19
X21
X23
X25
X27
X8X9X12- X13-
DC
Power
FBS-44MN◇△-D24/D12
IN
24VDC / 12VDC
Y0Y0+
Y1+
Y1SG0
Y2Y2+
Y3Y3+
Y4Y4+
Y5+
Y5SG4
H1-10
Y6Y6+
Y7Y7+
Y8
C8
Y10
Y9
Y12
Y11
C12
Y14
Y13
Y15
1.7.2
Basic/Advanced Main Unit
[7.62mm Terminal Block, fixed in model MA, detachable in models MB/MC]
z 10 point digital I/O main unit (6 points IN, 4 points OUT)
max.
400mA
24V OUT
S/S
X0
X2
X1
X4
X3
Power
IN
max.
400mA
DC
Power
Power
IN
Y1
Y0
24V OUT
S/S
X0
Y1
X2
X3
Y1
Y0
24V OUT
S/S
max.
400mA
X5
X0
X0
X2
X4
X3
X1
Y0
X6
X5
X10
X8
X7
X11
X9
FBS-20MA◇△-AC
FBS-20MC◇△-AC
AC
Power
AC100~240V
Y1
C0
max.
400mA
Y0
24V OUT
S/S
Y2
X0
Y4
Y3
C2
X2
X4
X3
X1
Y5
C4
Y6
Y7
C6
X6
X5
X10
X8
X7
X11
X9
DC
FBS-20MA◇△-D24/D12
FBS-20MC◇△-D24/D12
Power
IN
24VDC / 12VDC
Y1
C0
z
Y0
Y2
Y4
Y3
C2
Y5
C4
Y6
Y7
C6
24 point digital I/O main unit (14 points IN, 10 points OUT)
max.
400mA
24V OUT
S/S
X0
X2
X1
X4
X6
X5
X3
X10
X8
X7
X12
X11
X9
X13
FBS-24MA◇△-AC
FBS-24MC◇△-AC
AC
Power
IN
AC100~240V
Y1
C0
max.
400mA
Y0
24V OUT
S/S
Y2
X0
X2
X1
Y5
Y4
Y3
C2
C4
X4
X6
X5
X3
Y6
Y8
Y7
C6
X10
X8
X7
Y9
X12
X11
X9
DC
FBS-24MA◇△-D24/D12
FBS-24MC◇△-D24/D12
Power
IN
X2
Y1
C0
24V OUT
S/S
24VDC / 12VDC
Y1
C0
Y0
Y2
C2
Y5
Y4
Y3
H1-11
C4
X7
Y4
Y3
X1
20 point digital I/O main unit (12 points IN, 8 points OUT)
IN
Y2
C2
Y5
X4
X3
X6
X5
24VDC / 12VDC
IN
Y3
max.
400mA
X6
X5
FBS-14MA◇△-D24/D12
FBS-14MC◇△-D24/D12
DC
Power
Y2
C2
Y0
C0
X4
X1
X4
X3
AC100~240V
Y3
24VDC / 12VDC
C0
X2
X1
Y2
C2
FBS-10MA◇△-D24/D12
FBS-10MC◇△-D24/D12
IN
X0
FBS-14MA◇△-AC
FBS-14MC◇△-AC
AC
AC100~240V
C0
24V OUT
S/S
max.
400mA
X5
FBS-10MA◇△-AC
FBS-10MC◇△-AC
AC
z
z 14 point digital I/O main unit (8 points IN, 6 points OUT)
Y6
C6
Y8
Y7
Y9
X13
Y2
C2
Y4
Y3
Y5
X7
z
32 point digital I/O main unit (20 points IN, 12 points OUT)
24V OUT
S/S
max.
400mA
X0
X2
X4
X1
X6
X3
X10
X8
X5
X7
X12
X11
X9
X14
X16
X13
X15
X18
X17
X19
FBS-32MA◇△-AC
FBS-32MB◇△-AC
FBS-32MC◇△-AC
AC
Power
AC100~240V
IN
Y1
Y5
Y4
Y3
C2
24V OUT
S/S
max.
400mA
Y2
Y0
C0
X0
X2
X6
X3
Y8
Y7
C6
X4
X1
Y6
C4
X10
X8
X5
X7
Y10
Y9
C8
X12
X11
X9
Y11
X14
X13
X16
X15
X18
X17
X19
DC
FBS-32MA◇△-D24/D12
FBS-32MB◇△-D24/D12
FBS-32MC◇△-D24/D12
Power
24VDC / 12VDC
IN
Y1
z
Y2
Y0
C0
Y4
Y5
Y3
C2
Y6
C4
Y8
Y7
C6
Y10
Y9
C8
Y11
40 point digital I/O main unit (24 points IN, 16 points OUT)
24V OUT
S/S
max.
400mA
X0
X2
X4
X1
X6
X10
X8
X5
X3
X7
X12
X11
X9
X14
X16
X13
X20
X18
X15
X17
Y11
C12
X22
X19
X21
X23
FBS-40MA◇△-AC
FBS-40MB◇△-AC
FBS-40MC◇△-AC
AC
Power
AC100~240V
IN
Y1
Y0
C0
24V OUT
S/S
max.
400mA
Y2
X0
Y4
Y3
C2
X2
Y5
X4
X1
Y6
X6
X3
Y8
Y7
C6
C4
X10
X8
X5
X7
Y10
Y9
C8
X12
X11
X9
Y12
X14
X13
X18
X16
X15
Y14
Y13
X17
Y15
X22
X20
X19
X21
X23
DC
FBS-40MA◇△-D24/D12
FBS-40MB◇△-D24/D12
FBS-40MC◇△-D24/D12
Power
24VDC / 12VDC
IN
Y1
Y0
C0
z
Y2
Y5
Y4
Y3
C2
Y6
Y8
Y7
C6
C4
Y10
Y12
Y11
Y9
C8
Y14
Y13
C12
Y15
60 point digital I/O main unit (36 points IN, 24 points OUT)
max.
400mA
24V OUT
S/S
X0
X2
X1
X4
X3
X6
X5
X10
X8
X7
X12
X11
X9
X14
X13
X16
X15
X18
X17
X20
X19
X22
X21
X26
X24
X23
X25
X28
X27
X30
X29
X34
X32
X31
X33
X35
FBS-60MA◇△-AC
FBS-60MB◇△-AC
FBS-60MC◇△-AC
AC
Power
IN
AC100~240V
Y2
Y1
C0
max.
400mA
Y0
24V OUT
S/S
C2
X0
X2
X1
Y5
Y4
Y3
C4
X4
X3
Y6
X6
X5
C8
X10
X8
X7
Y10
Y8
Y7
C6
X9
Y9
X12
X11
Y12
Y11
X14
X13
C12
X16
X15
Y14
Y13
X18
X17
Y16
Y15
X20
X19
C16
X22
X21
Y18
Y17
X26
X24
X23
Y20
Y19
X25
C20
X28
X27
Y22
Y21
X30
X29
Y23
X34
X32
X31
X33
DC
Power
FBS-60MA◇△-D24/D12
FBS-60MB◇△-D24/D12
FBS-60MC◇△-D24/D12
IN
24VDC / 12VDC
Y2
Y1
C0
Y0
C2
Y5
Y4
Y3
C4
Y8
Y6
C6
Y7
C8
Y10
Y9
H1-12
Y12
Y11
C12
Y14
Y13
Y16
Y15
C16
Y18
Y17
Y20
Y19
C20
Y22
Y21
Y23
X35
1.7.3 Digital I/O Expansion Unit
z
[7.62mm fixed terminal block]
24 point I/O expansion unit (14 points IN, 10 points OUT)
24V OUT
S/S
max.
400mA
X1
X5
X3
X2
AC
X7
X11
X9
X6
X4
X13
X10
X8
X14
X12
FBS-24XY◇-AC
Power
AC100~240V
IN
Y2
max.
400mA
Y6
Y4
C3
24V OUT
S/S
Y5
Y3
Y1
C1
X1
X3
X4
Y9
Y8
C7
X5
X2
Y7
C5
X7
Y10
X11
X9
X6
X13
X12
X10
X8
X14
DC
Power
FBS-24XY◇-D24/D12
24VDC / 12VDC
IN
Y2
z
Y5
Y3
Y1
C1
Y4
C3
Y6
Y7
C5
Y9
Y10
Y8
C7
40 point I/O expansion unit (24 points IN, 16 points OUT)
24V OUT
S/S
max.
400mA
X1
X3
X2
X5
X4
X7
X11
X9
X6
X10
X8
X13
X15
X12
X14
X17
X16
X19
X18
X21
X20
X23
X22
X24
FBS-40XY◇-AC
AC
Power
AC100~240V
IN
Y2
Y4
C3
24V OUT
S/S
max.
400mA
Y5
Y3
Y1
C1
X1
X3
X2
Y6
C5
X5
X4
Y7
Y9
Y8
C7
X7
X11
X9
X6
X10
X8
Y11
Y10
C9
X13
Y13
Y12
X15
X12
X14
X17
X16
Y15
Y14
C13
X19
X18
Y16
X21
X20
X23
X22
X24
DC
FBS-40XY◇-D24/D12
Power
24VDC / 12VDC
IN
Y2
z
Y5
Y3
Y1
C1
Y4
C3
Y6
C5
Y7
Y9
Y8
C7
Y11
Y10
C9
Y13
Y12
Y15
Y14
C13
Y16
60 point I/O expansion unit (36 points IN, 24 points OUT)
max.
400mA
24V OUT
S/S
X1
X3
X2
X5
X4
X7
X6
X11
X9
X10
X8
X13
X12
X15
X14
AC
X17
X16
X19
X18
X21
X20
X23
X22
X25
X24
X27
X26
X29
X28
X33
X31
X30
X32
X35
X34
X36
FBS-60XY◇-AC
Power
IN
AC100~240V
Y2
C1
max.
400mA
Y1
24V OUT
S/S
Y5
Y3
Y4
C3
X1
X3
X2
Y6
C5
X5
X4
Y7
X7
X6
Y9
Y8
C7
X11
X9
X8
X10
Y11
Y10
C9
X13
X12
Y13
Y12
X15
X14
X17
X16
Y15
Y14
C13
X19
X18
X21
X20
Y19
Y17
Y16
X23
X22
X25
X24
Y21
Y20
Y18
C17
X27
X26
X31
X29
X28
Y23
Y22
C21
X30
Y24
X33
X32
X35
X34
DC
Power
FBS-60XY◇-D24/D12
IN
24VDC / 12VDC
Y2
C1
Y1
Y5
Y3
C3
Y4
Y6
C5
Y7
C7
Y9
Y8
C9
Y11
Y10
H1-13
Y13
Y12
C13
Y15
Y14
Y17
Y16
C17
Y21
Y19
Y18
Y20
C21
Y23
Y22
Y24
X36
1.7.4
z
Digital I/O Expansion Module
[7.62mm fixed terminal block]
z
8 point digital I/O module (4 points IN, 4 points OUT)
S/S
X1
8 point digital input module (8 points IN )
X3
S/S
X2
X1
X4
FBS-8XY◇
Y1
Y2
X5
Y4
C3
C1
z
S/S
Y3
X1
X2
z
X1
X3
X7
z
X4
C1
X10
X8
X13
X12
z
X15
X14
Y7
Y8
Y6
C5
Y2
C3
Y1
Y6
C5
Y3
Y5
Y4
Y8
Y7
FBS-16Y◇
X17
X16
Y5
C3
FBS-20X
X11
X8
16 point digital output module (16 points OUT)
X9
X6
Y4
Y2
C1
X5
X2
Y3
Y1
Y8
C7
20 point digital input module (20 points IN)
S/S
X7
X6
X4
FBS-16XY◇
Y7
Y6
C5
X5
X3
Y4
FBS-8Y◇
Y5
X8
16 point digital I/O module (8 points IN, 8 points OUT)
C3
Y2
X7
X6
8 point digital output module (8 points OUT)
Y1
X4
FBS-8X
Y3
C1
z
X3
X2
X19
X18
Y9
X20
Y12
Y11
Y10
C9
C11
Y15
Y13
Y14
C13
Y16
24 point digital I/O module (14 points IN, 10 points OUT)
X1
S/S
X5
X3
X2
X4
X7
X11
X9
X6
X10
X8
X13
X12
X14
FBS-24XY◇
Y2
Y1
C1
z
Y5
Y3
Y4
C3
Y6
Y7
C5
Y9
Y10
Y8
C7
40 point digital I/O module (24 points IN, 16 points OUT)
X1
X5
X3
S/S
X2
X4
X7
X11
X9
X6
X10
X8
X15
X13
X12
X14
X17
X16
X19
X18
X21
X20
X23
X22
X24
FBS-40XY◇
Y2
z
Y5
Y3
Y1
C1
Y4
C3
Y6
Y7
Y9
Y8
C7
C5
Y11
Y10
C9
Y15
Y13
Y12
Y14
C13
Y16
60 point digital I/O module (36 points IN, 24 points OUT)
X1
S/S
X3
X2
X7
X5
X4
X6
X11
X9
X8
X10
X13
X12
X15
X14
X17
X16
X19
X18
X21
X20
X23
X22
X25
X24
X27
X26
X29
X28
X33
X31
X30
X32
X35
X34
FBS-60XY◇
Y2
C1
Y1
Y5
Y3
C3
Y4
Y6
C5
Y7
C7
Y9
Y8
C9
Y11
Y10
Y13
Y12
H1-14
C13
Y15
Y14
Y17
Y16
C17
Y19
Y18
Y21
Y20
C21
Y23
Y22
Y24
X36
1.7.5
z
High-Density Digital I/O Expansion Module
24 point high-density input module
z
(24 points IN)
S/S1
X2
X4
X6
X8
S/S2
X10
X12
X14
X16
S/S3
X18
X20
X22
X24
z
24 point high-density transistor output module
(24 points OUT)
I
2
29 30
V1+
Y2
Y4
Y6
Y8
V2+
Y10
Y12
Y14
Y16
V3+
Y18
Y20
Y22
Y24
X1
X3
X5
X7
FG
X9
X11
X13
X15
FG
X17
X19
X21
X23
FG
Numeric I/O Expansion Module
7 segment LED display module
FBS-24YJ
FBS-24YT
FBS-24X
1.7.6
[30Pin/2.54mm Header connector]
I
2
29 30
V1+
Y2
Y4
Y6
Y8
V2+
Y10
Y12
Y14
Y16
V3+
Y18
Y20
Y22
Y24
Y1
Y3
Y5
Y7
V1Y9
Y11
Y13
Y15
V2Y17
Y19
Y21
Y23
V3-
z
[16 pin/2.54mm Header connector]
[30Pin/2.54mm Header connector]
FBS-32DGI
FBS-7SG1 / 2
CH1
6 channel A/D analog input module
AG
V
I
FG
24VS1
S3
S5
S7
D0
D2
D4
D6
D8
D10
D12
D14
NC
CH0
z
29 30
Thumbwheel switch multiplex input module
(4 digits×8)
Analog I/O Expansion Module
2
[2.54mm Header connector]
(8 digits/-7SG1, 16 digits/-7SG2)
1.7.7
I
2
29 30
24V+
NC
S2
S4
S6
S8
D1
D3
D5
D7
D9
D11
D13
D15
NC
[7.62mm fixed terminal block]
z
2 channel D/A output module
I0+ I1+
I0- I1-
AG
V
I U B 5V 10V
FBS-6AD
O0+
O1+
O0O1-
I U B 5V 10V
FBS-2DA
I2+ I3+ I4+ I5+
I2- I3- I4- I5-
H1-15
Y1
Y3
Y5
Y7
V1Y9
Y11
Y13
Y15
V2Y17
Y19
Y21
Y23
V3-
z
z
4 channel D/A output module
AG
V
4 channel A/D input, 2 channel D/A output module
O0+
O1+
O0O1-
AG
V
I U B 5V 10V
I U B 5V 10V
FBS-4A2D
FBS-4DA
I0+ I1+ I2+ I3+
I0- I1- I2- I3-
O2+
O3+
O2O3-
1.7.8
z
Temperature Input Module
[7.62mm fixed terminal block]
z
2/6 channel thermocouple input module
+
-
+
T0
16 channel thermocouple input module
T0+
-
T1+
T0-
T1
FBS-2TC
T8+
T7-
-
T2+
T1-
T3+
T2-
T5+
T4+
T3-
T4-
T6+
T5-
T6-
FBS-16TC
T7+
+
O1+
O0+
O1O0-
+
T9+
T9-
T8-
T10+ T11+ T12+ T13+ T14+ T15+
T14T15T10- T11- T12- T13-
-
T1
T0
FBS-6TC
T2
+
z
T3
-
+
T4
-
+
T5
-
+
-
z
6 channel RTD input module
P0+
P0+
P1+
P0-
COM
16 channel RTD input module
COM
P1-
P3+
P2-
P4+
P3-
P7+
P5+
P4-
R0+
R1+
R1-
FBS-6NTC
R3+
R2-
R4+
R3-
R5+
R4-
P8+
P7-
P5-
R0-
R2+
P2+
P1-
P3+
P2-
P5+
P4+
P3-
P4-
P6+
P5-
FBS-16RTD
FBS-6RTD
P2+
P1+
P0-
R5-
H1-16
P9+
P8-
P9-
P13+ P14+ P15+
P10+ P11+ P12+
P14P15P10- P11- P12- P13-
P6-
1.7.9
z
Analog/Temperature Combo Module
2 channel A/D analog input & 4 channel
thermocouple input module
[7.62mm fixed terminal block]
z
2 channel A/D analog input & 4 channel
RTD input module
I0+ I1+
I0- I1-
I0+ I1+
I0- I1-
COM
COM
V
V
I U B 5V 10V
I U B 5V 10V
FBS-2A4RTD
FBS-2A4TC
T1+
T0+
T0-
1.7.10
P0-
Expansion Power Module
24V OUT
24V OUT
max.
250mA
FBS-EPW-AC
1.7.11
FBS-EPW-D24
DC
Power
Power
24VDC
IN
AC100~240V
IN
P2+
P3+
P2P3P1-
[7.62mm fixed terminal block]
max.
250mA
AC
P1+
P0+
T2+
T3+
T2T3T1-
Voice Output Module
[7.62mm fixed terminal block]
SD CARD
FBS-VOM
AUDIO
OUT
SG
1.7.12
+
-
SP+ SP-
1.7.13
Potential Meter Module
[7.62mm fixed terminal block]
+
-
Load Cell Module
[7.62mm fixed terminal block]
+
AG
CH0
CH1
FBS-4PT
CH3
CH2
+
-
-
+
CH1
FBS-1LC
+EXC CH0+
-EXC CH0-
-
H1-17
1.7.14
z
Communication Module (CM)
[DB-9F connector/3Pin or 4Pin spring terminal block]
z
2 RS232 ports
2 RS485 ports
PORT4 (RS485)
PORT4 (RS232)
TX
RX
PORT3 (RS485)
PORT3 (RS232)
TX
RX
+
TX
G
T
N
+
TX
G
RX
T
FBs-CM22
z
RX
N
FBs-CM55
z
1 RS232+1 RS485 ports
1 RS232+1 RS485+Ethernet
RUN
ETHERNET
1
TX
2
RX
RX
T
N
+
T
z
RUN
RS232
RS485 /RS222 Converter
ETHERNET
24V +
3
LNK
24V
1
TX
FG
2
RX
POW
TX +
PORT4 (RS485)
4 TX
2
2 RX+
TX
D+ 4
8
5
D
RX
RX
G
G
T
TX
RX
FBs-CM25E
2 RS485 ports+Ethernet
+
N
PORT3 (RS232)
PORT3 (RS232)
TX
RX
6
TX
RX
G
FBs-CM25
z
LNK
6
TX
G
PORT4 (RS485)
PORT4 (RS485)
+
3
RX
N
T
N
422
485
RS-232 to RS-485
Converter
PORT3 (RS485)
+
TX
G
RX
RX
T
N
FBs-CM25C
FBs-CM55E
H1-18
z
RS485 Repeater z
GSM/GPRS
z
RS485 HUB
[7.62mm fixed terminal block]
POW
24V +
CH1+
CH1- GND2
GND1 CH2+ CH2-
GSM
IN
IO1
24V
JP2
4 ports
IO2
I/O
24V
FG
RS485 HUB
IO3
+
Tx
ON
RX
G
T
N
S1 0
RS-485
FBS-CM5H
Rx
OFF
A
1
B
FBS-CMGSM
Repeater
CH3+ CH3- GND4
GND3 CH4+ CH4-
COMMUNICATION
GSM MODULE
+
G
T
TX
JP1
RX
USB
N
S2 0
Tx
Rx
1
A
B
FBs-CM5R
1.7.15
Communication Board (CB)
[DB9F/3Pin spring terminal block](Below are outlooks of CB and the
corresponding cover plates)
z
z
1 RS232 port
2 RS232 ports
TX
TX
TX
TX
RX
RX
RX
RX
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
PORT2
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
PORT2
PORT1
FB S -CB2
z
FB S -CB22
z
1 RS485 port
TX
TX
RX
RX
PORT2
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
PORT1
2 RS485 ports
TX
TX
RX
RX
PORT2
FB S -CB5
z
PORT1
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
PORT1
FB S -CB55
1 RS232 + 1 RS485 ports
z
1 Ethernet port
TX
RX
TX
RX
LINK
TX
RX
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
PORT2
ETHERNET
PORT1
FB S -CBE
FB S -CB25
H1-19
z
C ANopen
ERR
RUN
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
CAN-H
CAN-L
GND
FBs-CBCAN
1.7.16
z
Analog Expansion Board
[5Pin European terminal block]
4 channel A/D analog input board
z
2 channel D/A analog output board
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
VI0+
VI2+
VO0+
II0+
II2+
IO0+
VI1+
VI3+
VO1+
II1+
II3+
IO1+
Gnd
Gnd
Gnd
FB S - B2D A
FB S - B4AD
z
2 channel A/D analog input & 1 channel D/A
analog output board
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
VI0+
VO0+
II0+
IO0+
VI1+
II1+
Gnd
Gnd
FB S - B2A1D
1.7.1 7
z
S i mpl e H MI
Board- type
z
Stand-alone
ESC
OK
FB S - PEP
FB S - BD AP
FB S - BPEP
H1-20
+
1.8 Drawings with External Dimensions
(1) Outlook I:
Main Unit:FBS-10M△, FBS-14M△
Expansion Module:FBS-16Y,FBs-16XY, FBS-20X
* (Main Unit and Expansion Module have the same type of base, with different top cover, as shown in the figure)
4
4
90
90
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
2 - 4.5
7.5
80
60
units:mm
(2) Outlook II:
Main Unit:FBS-20M△, FBS-24M△, FBS-32M△, FBS-40M△, FBS-60M△
Expansion Module:FBS-24XY(◎), FBS-40XY(◎), FBS-60XY(◎), FBS-16TC, FBS-16RTD
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
90
90
4
4
2 - 4.5
21
80
W
7.5
units:mm
W
Model
90mm
FBS-20M△, FBS-24M△, FBS-24XY(◎ ), FBS-16TC, FBS-16RTD
130mm
FBS-32M△, FBS-40M△, FBS-40XY(◎)
175mm
FBS-60M△, FBS-60XY(◎)
H1-21
(3) Outlook III:
1 FBS-8X, FBs-8Y, FBs-8XY, FBS-7SG1, FBs-7SG2, FBS-6AD, FBS-2DA, FBS-4DA,
Expansion Module:○
FBS-4A2D, FBS-2TC, FBS-6TC,FBS-6RTD, FBS-CM5H, FBs-2A4TC, FBs-2A4RTD,
FBs-4PT, FBs-1LC, FBs-1HLC, FBs-6NTC, FBs-VOM
2 FBS-24X, FBS-24YT, FBs-24YJ, FBS-32DGI
○
1 and ○
2 have the same type of base, with different top cover. Top cover of Module ○
1 is shown in
*(Modules ○
the following figure)
20
90
90
FATEK
2 - 4.5
3.8
21
40
80
7.5
units:mm
Outlook IV:
Communication Module:FBS-CM22, FBS-CM55, FBS-CM25, FBS-CM25E, FBS-CM55E, FBS-CM25C, FBS-CM5R
* (All modules have the same type of base, with different top cover. Top cover of Module -CM25E is shown in the
figure)
90
90
25
3.8
(4)
2 - 4.5
21
25
73
7.5
units:mm
H1-22
(5) Outlook V:
55.5
Programming Panel:FP-08
188
4
53.25
4
32
90
units:mm
Outlook VI:
Data Access Panel:FB-DAP
112
98
7
14.8
7
12
H1-23
17.6
9.98
14.75
22.43
148
6.5
(6)
(7)
Outlook VII:
7-segment / 16-segment LED display board :
DB.56-8R/DB.8-8R/DB2.3-8R/DB4.0-4R/DBAN.8-4R/DBAN2.3-4R
102.86
10.16
41.27
41.27
5.08
31.75
3.2ψ× 8
41.91
5.08
5.08
6
7
5
3
4
2
1
5.08
8
D B.5 6-8R
158.12
68.9
10.16
68.9
5.08
38.1
3.2ψ × 8
48.26
5.08
5.08
8
6
5
3
4
2
1
5.08
7
D B .8- 8R
385.28
48.16
81.84
5.08
4ψ× 64
7
6
5
8.58
8
5.08
109.16
5.08
8.58
5.08
D B2 .3- 8R
H1-24
4
3
2
1
364.46
78.53
12.98
12.98
78.18
78.63
12.98
78.18
6
133.92
4ψ× 64
3
4
2
1
6
D B4 .0-4R
79.8
6.03
33.91
33.90
38.1
48.26
5.08
2.97
5.08
D BAN .8- 4R
192.02
37.85
10.16
37.85
10.16
37.85
10.16
37.85
82.80
91.44
5.08
4.32
145.92
6
6
D BAN2 .3 -4R
H1-25
Chapter 2
2.1
System Configuration
Single-Unit System of FBS-PLC
Intelligent
Peripherals
Digital I/O Expansion Unit/Module
HMI
Load Cell
BASE
Bar-code Reader
Digital Input(DI)
FBS-1HLC
FBS-CMGSM
FBS-CM25E
FBS-CM55E
Port4
FBS-CM22
FBS-CM55
FBS-CM25
Port3
FBs-30GM
Communication Module
SCADA
Ethernet (Port4)
Cell Phone
Port4
Port3
PorPort0
t0
Port2
USB or
RS232
FP-08
Port1
Data
Access
Port2
F B S -10MA/MC
F B S -14MA/MC
F B S -20MA/MC
F B S -24MA/MC
F B S -32MA/MC
F B S -40MA/MC
F B S -60MA/MC
F B S -20MN
F B S -32MN
F B S -44MN
AO
F B S -2A4TC
F B S -2A4RTD
F B S -2TC
F B S -6TC
F B S -6RTD
F B S -16TC
F B S -16RTD
F Bs - 6NTC
S er v er
TC
RTD
AIO
Digital Output (DO)
6
7
8
9
Numeric I/O Expansion
F Bs - V OM
Voice Output Module
F Bs- 1LC
AI
AI
Temperature Input Module
F B S -C BE
F B S - B4 AD
F B S - B2D A
F B S - B2 A1D
DO
F B S -6AD
F B S -2D A
F B S -4D A
F B S -4A2D
F B S -7SG1
F B S -7SG2
F B S - 3 2 D GI
F Bs-C BC AN
DI
Analog I/O Expansion Module
CB
FBs-DAP(R)
Port1
Ethernet (Port1,2)
FBs-PEP
F B S - BD A P
F B S - BPEP
F B S -C B2
F B S -C B22
F B S -C B5
F B S -C B55
F B S -C B25
Main
Unit
FBS-24XY
FBS-40XY
FBS-60XY
FBS-8XY
FBS-8X
FBS-8Y
FBS-16XY
FBS-16Y
FBS-20X
FBS-24X
FBS-24YT
FBS-24YJ
AO
Load Cell Module
RFID Card
H2-1
Load cell
The Single-Unit system means a system built only by a single FBs-PLC and its expansion unit/modules and
communication boards/modules. Such system have a limited capability (refer), beyond that capability can incorporate
CPU communication via LINK function for expansions (please refer to the next paragraph). The figure below shows the
block diagram of the Single-Unit system of FBs-PLC, where, besides the available main units , the available
communication peripherals resources and I/O expansion resources are depict on the left and the right respectively.
For the I/O of FBS-PLC, it can achieve a maximum of 256 point digital input (DI), 256 point digital output (DO), 64 word
numeric input (NI), and 64 word numeric output (NO). Combined with various special interface modules, it can directly
connect with devices such as Thermocouple, RTD, 7-segment LED display, and the Thumbwheel switch, which are
shown on the right in the above figure.
Regarding communication resources, the FBs-PLC hardware can accommodate up to 5 communication ports (with a
maximum speed of 921.6Kbps). In addition to providing the standard FATEK communication protocol, it also supports the
Modbus master/slave protocol or any user-defined protocol. This functionality easily renders the connections with
intelligent peripherals such as electronic scale, bar code reader, and various meters and gauges.
2.2
Formation of Multi-Unit System
By connections through communication ports and specific communication drivers, multiple Single-Unit PLC systems
can be integrated to achieve resources sharing among multiple PLC or PLCs and its host computer. It is described as
follows:
2.2.1
Connection of Multiple FBs-PLC (CPU Link)
RS-485
網路
RS-485 Network
FB
S-PLC
FBs-PLC
Main
Unit
主機
週邊
Peripherals
I/O
FB
S-PLC
FBs-PLC
Main
Unit
主機
FBs-PLC
FB
S-PLC
Main
Unit
主機
週邊
Peripherals
週邊
Peripherals
I/O
I/O
As shown in the figure, through the usage of high-speed RS-485 network, can easily establish the connections of 2~254
main units (each PLC with its own station number). All need to do is to write and execute CPU Link commands in one of
the main units, which makes it the Master of the CPU Link network. No other command is necessary for other Slave units.
The Master CPU will automatically collect the information or data in the specific areas of all units (including the Master)
and put it into the Common Data areas(CDM) of all units. Thus all the units connected by network can share the data for
each other and turning the finite Single-Unit system with limited I/O into a huge system.
H2-2
Telephone line
MODEM
MODEM
MODEM
FBS-PLC
Main Unit
FBS-PLC
Main Unit
FBS-PLC
Main Unit
Besides the above area network connection, FBs-PLC can also be connected using MODEM via the phone line (either
leased line or public phone line) to form remote multiple PLC Link. (When using a public phone line, the Master PLC
will perform consecutive dialing for all its Slave PLC.)
2.2.2
Connection of FBs-PLC with Host Computer or Intelligent Peripherals
Any one of the five communication ports on FBs-PLC can be used to connect to an upper-level computer or other
systems, with this architecture, the FBs-PLC is playing the Slave role. FBs-PLC supports the FATEK and Modbus
protocol. Connection can be established as long as the upper-level computer or intelligent peripherals use either one of
the two protocols. In the application, in which driver for FATEK or Modbus is not available, FATEK also provide
standard DDE communication server, which enables FBs-PLC to connect with any computer system supporting DDE.
The following is the block diagram.
Host
上
位
Computer
電腦
FBS-PLC
FBS-PLC
1
FATEK communication driver party)
(third party)
永宏通訊驅動程式(third
1
Modbus 通訊驅動程式(third
communication driver (third
party)
Modbus
party)
1
DDE (FATEK Communication
Sever)
DDE(FATEK
Communication
Sever)
FBS-PLC
H2-3
FBS-PLC
FBS-PLC
Chapter 3
Expansion of FBS-PLC
If the I/O point of the. Main unit of the applied FBS-PLC is not enough for a specific application, then can expand it with
the additional expansion units/modules. Besides I/O point there also have the requirements to expand the
communication port in some occasions.
3.1 I/O Expansion
The expansion of FBS-PLC I/O consists of Digital I/O ( DI/O, which status is represented by a single bit) and the Numeric
I/O (NI/O , which status is represented by a 16-bit Word). Either the DI/O or the NI/O expansion is realized through
expansion units or modules cascaded thru the usage of the “I/O Output Expansion Connector” located at the right side of
FBS-PLC or expansion unit/ module.
The I/O points of FBS-PLC system are limited to 512 points of DI/O (256 points for DI and DO, respectively), 128 words
1 . A maximum
of NI/O (64 words for NI and NO, respectively). Besides this there are two limits imposed by hardware: ○
2 . The total length of the expansion cables cannot
number of 32 units or modules can be used in the expansion. ○
exceed 5 meters.
 Caution
1.
If the I/O points of the application system exceed one of the limitations(256 DI,256 DO,64 NI, 64 NO), while
startup the main unit of FBS-PLC will treat this as an illegal I/O configuration, which in return will flag as an error
situation by turn on the “ERR” LED and put the error code in Y0~Y3 LED(refer the page 8-2, Chapter 8). The
corresponding error code will also be indicated in the CPU status register (R4049).
2.
The maximum number of expansion units/modules of FBS-PLC is 32. Beyond this numbers will be treated as
an invalid I/O configuration and the main unit will stop its operation, which in return will flag as an error situation
by turn on the “ERR” LED and put the error code in Y0~Y3 LED(refer the page 8-2, Chapter 8). The
corresponding error code will also be indicated in the CPU status register (R4049).
 Warning
1.
The maximum length of the I/O expansion cable for FBS-PLC is 5 meters. Cables longer than that will cause
incorrect I/O operation because of excess signal delay in hardware or noise pickup, resulting in damage to
equipment or posing hazard to operating personnel. Since this kind of situation cannot be detected by the PLC
main unit, users are advised to take extra cautions and necessary measures.
3.1.1
Digital I/O Expansion and I/O Numbering
Digital I/O means I/O with the discrete type status, including digital input (with initial X in DI numbering) and digital
output (with initial with Y in DO numbering). The DI and DO of FBS-PLC can both be expanded up to 256 points
(numbered as X0~X255 and Y0~Y255, each with 256 points).
The status of input contacts (X0~X255) of PLC come from the input signal connected to the digital input terminal block
on main unit or expansion unit/module; while the status appears at digital output terminal block of main unit and
expansion unit/module reflects the digital output relay (Y0~Y255) status inside PLC.
On FBs-PLC main unit, at the position below the digital input terminal block and the position above the output terminal
block, there have labels indicate the corresponding signal name. They label each terminal with numbers representing
the corresponding digital input contact Xn and digital output relay Yn. In the example of the main unit in FBS-24MCR,
the corresponding digital input contacts on the input terminal block are labeled X0~13, and the corresponding digital
output relays on the output terminal block Y0~Y9. Users only need to locate the printed label for each terminal to find
out its I/O number. The LED status display region also indicates the ON/OFF status for all DI(X0~X13) and DO(Y0~Y9)
H3-1
on the main unit. Users can easily find each terminal with its I/O number and LED status indication, as shown in the
figure below using X10 and Y6 as an example:
24V OUT
S/S
max.
400mA
X0
X2
X1
X4
X6
X5
X3
X10
X8
X7
X12
X11
X9
X13
X10
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9 I0 I I
I2 I3
IN ( X )
POW
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
RUN
ERR
TX
RX
OUT ( Y )
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9
PORT0
Y6
FBs-24MCR2-AC
AC100~240V
IN
Y1
C0
Y0
Y2
Y4
Y3
C2
Y5
C4
Y6
C6
Y8
Y7
Y9
While the various expansion units/modules other than the main units have the same printed labels on the input/output
terminals as the main units do, these labels are only relative I/O numbers, different from the absolute I/O numbers on
main units. The number of a terminal only represents its order on the expansion unit/module. For example, the first
contact is X1 or Y1, the second X2 or Y2, etc. All numbers on the expansion unit/module begin with 1. The actual
number of digital input contact or the output replay, however, is determined by summing the numbers on all previous
expansion units/modules and the main unit. See the following figure and its calculation.
X49
X0
X0 X1
X23
• • • • • • • • • • • • • •
X23
FBS-40M△
(主機 )
X37
X24
X1 X2
• • • • • • • •
X14
X61
X38
X1 X2
• • • • • •
Y0
• • • • • • • • • • • •
Y15
Y15
Y1 Y2
• • • • • • • •
Y10
Y25
Y16
X24
unit/module
unit/module
Y0 Y1
• • • • • •
FBS-40XYR
nd
(第2個擴充機/模組
2 expansion )
FBS-24XYR
st
(第1個擴充機/模組
1 expansion )
Main Unit
X12
Y1 Y2
Y26
• • • • • • • • • • • •
Y16
Y41
As shown in the above figure, because the top X numbers of the previous two units are 23 and 14, respectively, the
number of input contact X12 on second expansion unit should be:
X (23+14+12) = X49
H3-2
3.1.2
Numeric I/O Expansion and I/O Channel Mapping
The numeric I/O in FBs-PLC treat 16 single-bit data as one 16-bit numeric data (Word) ranging from the 0~65535.
Since all numeric data of FBs-PLC are stored in the register inside PLC (16-bit width), therefore numeric I/O is also
called register I/O. The Input Register (IR) has 64 Word (R3840 ~ R3903) for inputs from external numeric input (NI)
module, and the Output Register (OR) also has 64 Word (R3904 ~ R3967) for outputs to external numeric output (NO)
module.
Analog Input Module, Temperature Module, and Thumbwheel switch multiplex input module are of Numeric input (NI)
modules which use input register (IR) to convey the status. Analog Output Module, 7 Segments Display Module are of
Numeric output (NO) modules which output is directly from the Output register (OR). The Analog Input, Temperature
Input, and Analog Output is of analog voltage or current, while the Thumbwheel switch Input or 7 Segments Display
Output uses user-friendly BCD number signal. Either the magnitude of voltage or current or the value of BCD number is
represented by the 16-bit value of the corresponding register. The corresponding current/voltage signal or BCD value of
any IR or OR on the NI/O module is named as a Channel (CH). The channels on the NI module are called numeric
input channels (NI channels) and those on NO module numeric output channels (NO channels). The number of IR/OR
used by NI and NO channels on each module varies depending on the module type or working mode. The following
table lists the numbers of IR and OR used by NI and NO channels on each NI/O module:
NI/O
Module Name
FBs-6AD
NO
NI Channel Label
Channel
Label
FBs-B4AD
FBs-B2DA
(Word)
1
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
1
1
1
1
1
FBs-4DA
Number of
IR occupied OR occupied
CH0
FBs-2DA
FBs-4A2D
Number of
CH0
1
CH1
CH0
1
1
CH1
CH2
CH3
1
1
1
CH0
1
CH1
CH2
CH3
1
1
1
CH0
1
CH1
1
VI0(V)
II0(I)
VI1(V)
II1(I)
VI2(V)
II2(I)
VI3(V)
II3(I)
1
The voltage and
current inputs can’t
be used at the
same time in the
same channel. It
only one (V or I)
available.
1
1
1
VO0(V)
I O 0 ( I)
VO1(V)
I O 1 ( I)
H3-3
Note
(Word)
1
1
Both voltage and
current will be
outputted at the
same time.
VI0(V)
II0(I)
VI1(V)
1
1
II1(I)
FBs-B2A1D
VO0(V)
1
I O 0 ( I)
FBs-32DGI
Unlabeled
8
FBs-7SG1
CH0
3(D)
4(ND)
CH0
3(D)
4(ND)
CH1
2(D)
4(ND)
FBs-7SG2
CH0
CH1
CH0~CH5
CH0~CH15
FBS-2TC
FBs-6TC/6RTD
FBs-16TC/16RTD
FBs-6NTC
FBs-1LC
FBs-4PT
1 CH only
1
1
1 CH only
1 CH only
CH0
CH1
1
1
4TC
CH0
CH1
CH2
CH3
2
2A
CH0
CH1
1
1
4TC
CH0
CH1
CH2
CH3
2
FBs-2A4RTD
CH0~CH5
CH0
CH0
CH1
CH2
CH3
D:decode mode
ND : non-decode
mode
1
2A
FBs-2A4TC
The voltage and
current inputs can’t
be used at the
same time in the
same channel. It
only one (V or I)
available.
Both voltage and
current will be
outputted at the
same time.
1 CH only
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Or unused
The corresponding IR or OR number calculation of the NI/O module starts from the first expansion unit/module(main
unit itself does not have any NI/O). The first NI channel corresponds to the first IR register (R3840). Adding R3840 with
the number of IR used by the first NI channel gives the IR number of the second NI channel. Adding the IR number of
the second NI channel with the number of IR used by the second NI channel gives the IR number of the third NI
channel. All other numbers can be obtained accordingly. Similarly, the first NO channel corresponds to the first OR
(R3904). Adding R3904 with the number of OR used by the first NO channel gives the OR number of the second NO
channel. (In the cumulative calculation of NI channels, care only for NI channels and disregard DI/O and NI. Similarly,
in the case of NO channels, disregard DI/O and NI channels.) The following figure helps users find out the relation
between NI/O channels and PLC’s IR and OR.
H3-4
OR
IR
24V IN
AG
FBs-32DGI
I 2 3
5 6 7
9 I0 I I
I3
V
I0+
I1+
I0I1-
I U B 5V 10V
O0+
24V IN
AG
V
O1+
O0-
S/S
X1
O1-
Decode mode
POW
X13
Non-Decode
mode
0
4
8
I2
X11
X9
CH0 (R3904)
X7
X12
X10
X8
X6
X5
CH1 (R3905)
CH1 (R3849)
CH0 (R3848)
X4
(R3906~8)
CH0
or
(R3906~9)
OR
X3
X2
X4
CH0
I U B 5V 10V
I 2 3 4
EXT
POW
IN ( X )
IN ( X )
V
0
V
1
POW
RUN
ERR
RX
POW
POW
POW
I 2 3 4
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9
Y4
Y3
Y5
C4
FBs-7SG2
I4+
I5+
I2+
I3+
I4I5I2I3-
Y8
Y7
FBs-2DA
FBs-6AD
FBs-24MCR2-AC
Y6
C6
POW
OUT ( Y )
OUT ( Y )
Y9
Y1
Y2
C1
CH1
Y3
C3
Y4
CH1
CH5 (R3853)
(R3909~10)
|
(R3910~13)
CH4 (R3852)
CH3 (R3851)
CH2 (R3850)
(R3840)
|
(R3847)
IR
FBs-8XYR
IR
OR
During the startup stage, FBs-PLC will automatically detect the types and CH numbers of expansion units/modules.
While operation, the FBs-PLC will read the CH input values from the NI module and stores them into corresponding
IR(R3804 ~ R3903) and outputs OR values (R3904~R3967) to channels on the NO module. No pre-configuration or
setting by users is required.
3.2 Expansion of Communication Port
The main unit of FBs-PLC has one built-in communication port (port 0, with optional USB or RS232 interface).
Expansion of communication ports can be achieved by employing Communication Board (CB) or Communication
Module (CM). The available models of CB and CM for FBs are:
Model Number
Specifications
(CB)
Communication Board
FBs-CB2
1 RS232 (port2) communication board
FBs-CB22
2 RS232 (port1 & port2) communication boards
FBs-CB5
1 RS485 (port2) communication board
FBs-CB55
2 RS485 (port1 & port2) communication boards
FBs-CB25
1 RS232 (port1) + 1 RS485 (port2) communication board
FBs-CBE
1 Ethernet communication board
FBs-CBCAN
1 CANopen® communication board
H3-5
Module (CM)
Communication
FBs-CM22
2 RS232 (port3 & port4) communication modules
FBs-CM55
2 RS485 (port3 & port4) communication modules
FBs-CM25
1 RS232 (port3) + 1 RS485 (port4) communication expansion module
FBs-CM25E
1 RS232 (port3) + 1 RS485 (port4) communication module with Ethernet
FBs-CM55E
1 RS485 (port3) + 1 RS485 (port4) communication module with Ethernet
Communication boards, which can be directly installed on FBs main units, are employed for expansion of
communication ports port1 and port2. Communication modules are independent modules used for the expansion of
communication ports port3 and port4 and need to be mounted against the left side of FBs main unit and connected to
the main unit via a 14pin connector. The labels of communication ports are marked on the cover plate of
communication boards and modules, from which users can easily identify each port. Except that the built-in
communication port (Port0) can only be used for USB or RS 232 interface, all the other ports (Port 1~4) can be used
for RS232 or RS 485 interface in CB and CM. The following figure shows an example of expansion of 5 (maximum
allowed number) communication ports (CB22+CM25E):
The most expansion of communication port diagram
RUN
PORT4 (RS485)
PORT4
ETHERNET
ETHERNET
(PORT4)
3
LNK
6
1
TX
2
RX
+
24V OUT
S/S
max.
400mA
TX
TX
TX
RX
RX
X0
X2
X4
X3
X1
X6
X5
0
4
8
I2
RX
G
T
X12
X11
X9
X13
I 2 3
5 6 7
9 I0 I I
I3
IN ( X )
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
N
X10
X8
X7
POW
RUN
ERR
TX
PORT3 (RS232)
PORT3
RX
OUT ( Y )
TX
PORT2
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9
PORT1
RX
PORT0
FBs-24MCR2-AC
AC100~240V
IN
Y1
C0
Y0
Y2
C2
Y4
Y3
FBs-CM25E
PORT2
H3-6
PORT1
PORT0
Y5
C4
Y6
C6
Y8
Y7
Y9
Chapter 4
Installation Guide
 Danger
1. Turn off all power during installation of FBS-PLC or related equipments to prevent electric shock or
damage to equipment.
2. Upon completion of all installation wiring, put the protective cover back on the terminal block before
turning on the power to avoid electrical shock.
3. During installation, never remove the dust cover sheet that were surrounded the PLC before wiring is
completed to avoid complications such as fire hazards, breakdown, or malfunction caused by drill dust
or wire shreds falling inside PLC.
4. Upon completion of installation and wiring, remember to remove the dust cover sheet to avoid fire,
breakdown or malfunction, caused by overheating.
4.1 Installation Environment

Caution
1. Environmental specifications of FBS-PLC cannot exceed those listed in this manual. In addition, do not
operate this equipment in environments with oil smoke, conductive dust, high temperatures, high
humidity, corrosion gases, inflammable gases, rain or condensation, and high vibrations and shock.
2. This product has to be housed appropriately whether it’s used in a system or standalone. The choice and
installation of housing must comply with local national standards.
4.2 PLC Installation Precautions
To avoid interference, the PLC should be installed to keep from noise sources such as high- voltage or high-current
lines and high power switches. Other precautions are:
4.2.1
Placement of PLC
Fixation of FBS-PLC, which can be fixed by DIN RAIL or screws, should place vertically and start from the main unit on
the left to the expansion unit on the right. A typical figure of placement is shown below:
max.
400mA
24V OUT
S/S
X0
X2
X1
X4
X3
X6
X5
X10
X8
X7
X12
X11
X9
X1
X13
S/S
X3
X2
X5
X4
X7
X11
X9
X10
X8
X6
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9 I0 I I
I2 I3
S/S
X14
Y1
Suggested arrangement
multiple unit expansion
Y2
C2
X11
X10
X13
X12
X14
IN ( X )
POW
POW
RX
Y4
Y3
Y5
C4
max.
400mA
Y8
Y7
Y2
Y9
Y1
C1
24V OUT
S/S
X1
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9
FBs-24MCR2-AC
Y6
C6
OUT ( Y )
OUT ( Y )
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9
AC100~240V
Y0
X8
I2 I3
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
OUT ( Y )
C0
X9
X7
X6
IN ( X )
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
ERR
PORT0
IN
X5
X4
I2 I3
IN ( X )
RUN
TX
X2
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9 I0 I I
POW
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
X3
X1
X13
X12
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9 I0 I I
X3
X2
X5
X4
X7
X11
X9
X8
X6
X10
Y3
C3
Y5
Y4
Y6
C5
Y7
C7
Y2
Y9
Y8
X1
X14
S/S
X5
X3
X2
X4
X7
X6
X9
X8
X12
IN ( X )
IN ( X )
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
POW
POW
OUT ( Y )
OUT ( Y )
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9
FBs-24XYR
FBs-24XYR
AC100~240V
Y2
C1
Y1
Y3
C3
Y5
Y4
Y6
C5
X14
I2 I3
I2 I3
IN
X13
X11
X10
Y7
C7
Y2
Y9
Y8
Y10
H4-1
C1
Y1
Y3
C3
Y5
Y4
Y6
C5
Y7
C7
Y9
Y8
Y10
Y5
Y3
C3
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9 I0 I I
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9 I0 I I
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
Y1
C1
Y10
X13
X12
FBs-24XYR
FBs-24XYR
Y4
Y6
C5
Y7
C7
Y9
Y8
Y10
4.2.2
Ven tilation Sp ace
The heat in FBS-PLC is ventilated via air circulation. There should reserve more than 20mm space, both below and
above PLC, and with vertical installation, for ventilation. as shown in the figure below:
Y9
Y6
C6
C4
Y5
OUT ( Y )
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9
IN ( X )
POW
RUN
ERR
Y0
Y4
Y3
Y5
C4
Y6
C6
Y8
Y7
Y4
Y2
Y1
AC100~240V
Y2
C2
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
Y1
C0
24V OUT
S/S
FBs-24MCR2-AC
AC100~240V
Y9
max.
400mA
IN
X0
OUT( Y )
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9
PORT0
C2
X1
RX
TX
X2
ERR
Y3
PORT0
X4
X3
RUN
TX
Y8
X13
X8
X7
X6
X5
IN (X )
POW
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
Y7
X13
X12
Hanged
X12
X11
Y0
X9
C0
X10
X8
X7
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9 I0 I I
I2 I3
RX
X6
X5
X11
X4
X3
X10
X2
X1
X9
X0
I 2 3
5 6 7
9 I0 I I
I3
24V OUT
S/S
0
4
8
I2
max.
400mA
FBs-24MCR2-AC
Heat ventilation
IN
On floor
Vertical with
front facing out
Horizontal
Wiring slot
Distance ≧ 50mm
max.
400mA
24V OUT
S/S
X0
X2
X1
X4
X3
X6
X5
0
4
8
I2
X10
X8
X7
X9
X12
X11
X13
I 2 3
5 6 7
9 I0 I I
I3
IN ( X )
POW
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
RUN
ERR
TX
RX
OUT ( Y )
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9
PORT0
IN
FBs-24MCR2-AC
AC100~240V
Y1
C0
Y0
Y2
C2
Y4
Y3
Y5
C4
Y6
C6
Y8
Y7
Y9
Distance ≧ 50mm
Wiring slot
H4-2
4.3 Fixation by DIN RAIL
In an environment with slight vibration (less than 0.5G), this is the most convenient way of fixation and is easy for
maintenance. Please use DIN EN50022 DIN RAIL, as shown in the figure below.
35mm
(1.38 in.)
1.0mm
(0.039 in.)
7.5mm
(0.29 in.)
Mount 以
Hold PLC facing its front, press it down with a 15 degree tilt onto the DIN RAIL. Swing it down until the
upper edge of DIN RAIL groove on PLC back touches the upper tab of DIN RAIL. Then use this
locked-in point as a pivot to press the PLC forward on the bottom and lock it in position. The procedure
is illustrated below:
1
Make sure the tab is pressed in, or
it cannot be locked into position.
2
Dismount 以
Use a long screwdriver to reach in the hole on the DIN RAIL tab. Pull out the tab to “pulled out”
position to remove PLC, as shown in the figure below.
Tab in “pulled out” position
2
1
H4-3
4.4 Fixation by Screws
In environments with larger vibration (more than 0.5G), the unit must be secured by M3 or M4 screws. Positions and
sizes of screw holes in various models of FBS-PLC are illustrated in the following:
尺寸
:
SizeAA:
60mm
(2.362in)
4mm
(0.157in)
90mm
(3.543in)
2 - 4.5 mm
(0.177 in)
21mm
(0.827in)
尺寸
:
SizeB B:
90mm
(3.543in)
4mm
(0.157in)
90mm
(3.543in)
2 - 4.5 mm
(0.177 in)
21mm
(0.827in)
尺寸 C:
C:
Size
130mm
(5.118in)
4mm
(0.157in)
90mm
(3.543in)
2 - 4.5 mm
(0.177 in)
21mm
(0.827in)
H4-4
尺寸 D:
D:
Size
1750mm
(6.890in)
4mm
(0.157in)
90mm
(3.543in)
2 - 4.5 mm
(0.177 in)
21mm
(0.827in)
尺寸
E E:
:
Size
20mm
(0.787in)
40mm
(1.575in)
90mm
(3.543in)
3.8mm
(0.150in)
2 - 4.5 mm
(0.177 in)
21mm
(0.827in)
尺寸
F :F:
Size
3.8mm
(0.150in)
25mm
(0.984in)
90mm
(3.543in)
2 - 4.5 mm
(0.177 in)
21mm
(0.827in)
H4-5
4.5 Precautions on Construction and Wiring
1. During the wiring of FBS–PLC, please follow local national standards or regulations for installation
2. Please choose the wires with proper wire gauge for I/O wiring according to the current loads.
3. Shorter wires are preferred. It is advised that the length of I/O wiring does not exceed 100m (10m for high-speed
input).
4. Input wiring should be separated from output or power wiring (at least 30~50mm apart). In case separation is not
possible, adopt vertical crossing, no parallel wiring is allow.
5. The pitch of FBS-PLC terminal block is 7.62mm. The torque for screw and suggested terminal is shown below:
terminal block
M3
M3
7.62 mm
< 6mm
< 6mm
H4-6
torque: 6~8kg-cm
5.2~6.9 In/lbs
Chapter 5 Power Supply Wiring, Power Consumption
Calculation, and Power Sequence Requirements
FBS-PLC internally has three kinds of circuit: a 5VDC logic circuit, a 24VDC driver circuit (driver output devices, for
example: relay, transistor, and etc), and a 24VDC input circuit. Only the 5VDC logic circuit and 24VDC output circuit
are powered by the built-in power supply for main/expansion units or powered by expansion power supply modules
(FBs-EPW-AC, FBs-EPW-D24), and the 24VDC input circuit can be choose to powered by the external power supply
or the built-in power supply of main/expansion units or 24VDC sensor of FBs-EPW-AC/D12/D24. Expansion modules
other than main/expansion units do not contain any power supply and are powered by the power supply inside the
main/expansion units or expansion power supply (FBS-EPW-AC, FBs-EPW-D24). Main/expansion units or expansion
power supply with their model numbers suffixed with “-D12/-D24” means is operated by DC power source. Otherwise,
AC power source is used.
 Caution
In industrial environments, main power may irregularly experience a surge current or high voltage pulse
caused by the start or shut down of high power equipment. Users are advised to take necessary
measures (for example, the use of isolation transformer or other MOV suppression devices) for the
protection of PLC and its peripherals.
5.1 Specifications and Wiring of AC Power Sourced Power Supply
The available AC power supplies of FBS-PLC are the 14 Watt (SPW14-AC) supply for 10/14 PTs main unit, the 24 Watt
(SPW24-AC) supply for 20~60PTs main/expansion unit, and the 14 Watt expansion supply (FBS-EPW-AC) for
expansion modules. Except that the FBS-EPW-AC is an independent module, SPW14-AC and SPW24-AC are to be
installed on a main unit or inside an expansion unit, where their appearances are invisible. The following table lists the
specifications:
Sp e c
Model
SPW14-AC
SPW24-AC
FBS-EPW-AC
Item
Voltage
100 ~ 240VAC, -15% / +10%
Frequency
50 / 60HZ ±5%
Input Range
Max. Power Consumption
21W / 14W
36W / 24W
21W / 14W
Inrush Current
[email protected]
Allowable Power Interrupt
<20ms
Fuse Spec.
2A,250V
Isolation Type
Transformer/Photocouple Isolation, 1500VAC/minute
Power* 1
Output
5VDC (logic circuit)
N/A*2
5V, ±5%, 1A(max)
5V, ±5%, 0.4A(max)
24VDC
(output circuit)
24V±10%, 200mA(max)*3
24V, ±10%, 400mA(max)
24V, ±1%, 250mA(max)
24VDC (input circuit)
24V,±10%, 400mA(max)
24V, ±10%, 400mA(max)
24V, ±10%, 250mA(max)
1
Note * :The 5VDC (for logic circuit) output power and the 24VDC (for output circuit) power can be accessed from the “I/O expansion
output header” located on the right side of the main/expansion units for expansion modules. And the 5VDC power is also
used by communication board (CBxx) or communication module (CMxx). The 24VDC power for input circuits is provided
from the farthest 2 upper left terminals (labeled “+24V OUT-”) on the input terminal block of main/expansion unit to input
circuit in expansion module or other sensors.
H5-1
2
Note * :The 5VDC power of 10/14PTs main unit is generated from the 24VDC power in the output circuit, with specifications of
5VDC±10% and 400mA (max) (Circuit is located on the I/O board of 10/14PTs main unit).
3
Note * :Without any I/O expansion interface, the 24VDC power in 10/14PTs main unit is for its output circuit alone and cannot be
used for other purposes.
 Caution
The schematic diagram of AC power supply wiring in main/expansion units is shown below. Also be cautious
about the following:
Please follow the wiring schemes regulated by local national standards to use single-pole switch(break hot wire
〝L〞), or double-pole switch(break both〝L〞and〝N〞), to turn on or off the AC input power.
In wiring, hot wire〝L〞must be connected to the L
N
terminal on unit, while the ground line〝N〞connected to the
2
terminal. Please use wires with diameters 1mm ~2mm2.
All G
terminals on main unit and expansion unit/module have to be connected to the EG (Earth Ground)
terminal of main power system as shown in the figure below, with wire diameters larger than 2mm2.
 Warning
Output of power for sensor cannot be connected in parallel with other powers, in which the conflict between two
sets of power will decrease their lifetime or cause immediate damage. This will induce unexpected malfunction of
PLC and cause serious or even deadly damage to people or equipment.
24VDC output
(for Input/Sensor)
input /
Sensor
input /
Sensor
OR
input /
Sensor
OUT
Input
Input
CPU
control
24V
AC-DC
Power 5V
Supply
0V
24V
AC-DC
Power
Supply
24V
0V
0V
5V
AC-DC
Power
Supply
0V
24V
5V
control
0V
24V
F
Output
Output
Main unit
(FBS- M )
SW
CONVERTER
(DC-DC)
control
F
100-240VAC
main power
IN
OUT
Input
SPOW24
-AC
0V
24VDC
external power
OR
OUT
SPOW24
-AC
24V
24VDC output
(for Sensor)
24VDC output
(for Sensor)
24VDC
external power
Output
Expansion module
(FBS)
Expansion unit
(FBS- XY AC)
F
AI
Expansion
Expansion module
power supply
(FBS-6AD, 2DA,
(FBS-EPW AC) 6TC,6RTD...)
L
N
PE
5.2 Specifications and Wiring of DC Power Sourced Power Supply
The available DC power sourced power supplies of FBS-PLC are the 14 Watt (SPW14-D12/D24) supply for 10/14PTs
main unit, the 24 Watt (SPW24-D/12D24) supply for 20~60PTs main/expansion unit, and the 14 Watt expansion supply
(FBS-EPW-D24) for expansion modules. Besides the FBS-EPW-D24 is an independent module, SPW14-D12/D24 and
SPW24-D12/D24 are to be installed on a main unit or inside an expansion unit, where their appearances are invisible.
The following table lists the specifications:
H5-2
Model
Sp e c .
SPW14-D12/D24
SPW24-D12/D24
FBS-EPW-D24
Item
Rated Voltage
12 or 24VAC, -15%/+20%
Max. Power Consumption
21W / 14W
Inrush Current
24VAC, -15%/+20%
26W / 24W
21W / 14W
20A @ 12 or 24VDC
[email protected]
<20ms
Allowable Power Interrupt
Fuse Spec.
3A(D12)/1.5A(D24), 125V
Isolation Type
5A(D12)/2.5A(D24), 125V
1.5A, 125V
Transformer/Photo Coupler Isolation, 500VDC/minute
2
Power*1
Output
5VDC(logic circuit)
N/A*
5V, ±5%, 1A(max)
5V, ±5%, 0.4A(max)
24VDC(output circuit)
24V±10%, 200mA(max)*3
24V, ±10%, 400mA(max)
24V, ±10%, 250mA(max)
24VDC(input circuit)
24V±10%, 400mA(max)
24V, ±10%, 400mA(max)
24V, ±10%, 250mA(max)
1
Note * :The 5VDC (for logic circuit) output power and the 24VDC (for output circuit) power can be accessed from the “I/O expansion
output header” located on the right side of main/expansion units for expansion modules. The 24VDC power for input circuit
is provided from the farthest 2 upper left terminals (labeled “+24V OUT-”) on the input terminal block of main/expansion unit
to input circuit in expansion module or other sensors.
2
Note * :The 5VDC power of 10/14PTs main unit is generated by the oscillations of the 24VDC power in the output circuit, with
specifications of 5VDC±10% and 400mA (max) (Circuit is located on the I/O board of 10/14PTs main unit)
3
Note * :Without any I/O expansion interface, the 24VDC power in 10/14PTs main unit is for its output circuit alone and cannot be
used for other purposes.
 Caution
The schematic diagram of DC power supply in main/expansion unit is shown below. Also be cautious about the
following:
Please follow the wiring schemes regulated by local national standards to choose single-pole switch (break 24V+) or
double-pole switch (break both 24V+ and 24V−) in order to turn on or off DC input power.
Wiring of 24V+ input power must be connected to the terminal labeled by
the – terminal, Please use wires with diameters of 1mm2~2mm2.
The
G
, while the 24V− end is connected to
+
terminals on main unit and all digital expansion units/modules must be connected to the EG (Earth
Ground) terminal on main power system according to the scheme shown in the following figure, using wire diameters
2
larger than 2mm .
 Warning
Output of 24VDC power for input circuit cannot be connected in parallel with other powers, in which the conflict
between two sets of power will decrease their lifetime or cause immediate damage. This will induce unexpected
malfunction of PLC and cause serious or even deadly damage to people or equipment.
24VDC output
(for Sensor)
24VDC
external power
input /
Sensor
OR
input /
Sensor
input /
Sensor
OUT
SPOW24
-D24
Input
CPU
control
SPOW24
-D24
F
Output
Main unit
(FBS- M -D)
SW
OUT
Output
F
Expansion module
(FBS)
24V 0V
control
PE
H5-3
DC-DC
Power
Supply
5V
control
0V
24V
Output
Expansion unit
(FBS- XY-D24)
12 or 24VDC
power
IN
CONVERTER
(DC-DC)
Input
24V 0V
DC-DC
5V
Power
Supply 0V
24V
24VDC
external power
OR
OUT
Input
24V 0V
DC-DC
Power
5V
Supply
0V
24V
24VDC output
(for Sensor)
24VDC output
(for Sensor)
AI
F
Expansion
power supply
(FBS-EPW-D24)
Expansion module
(FBS-6AD, 2DA,
6TC,6RTD...)
5.3 Residual Capacity of Main/Expansion Unit & Current Consumption of Expansion
Module
Besides its own circuits usage, the residual capacities of three sets of built-in power supply of main/expansion unit are
big enough for other expansion modules usage. In addition, the expansion power (FBS-EPW) module can also provides
the power for expansion modules usage. As each model of the main/expansion unit has AC/DC power or modules, it has
different residual capacity, various models of expansion modules also consume different amounts of current. In practice,
one has to consider the match between the two to avoid overload in any of the three sets of output power. In the
following, the worst case of the available residual capacity in each main/expansion unit and the maximum power
consumption of expansion modules are described below spare.
5.3.1 Residual Capacity of Main/Expansion Unit
Extra Capacity
Output Power
5VDC(logic circuit)
-output communication block
Model
AC
P
O
W
E
R
or expansion cable-
Main
Unit
O
W
E
R
Main
Unit
-output expansion cable-
-output terminal block-
300mA
-
340mA
FBS-20MA
753 mA
335mA
310mA
FBS-24MA
722 mA
325mA
295mA
FBS-32MA
712 mA
315mA
262mA
FBS-40MA
688 mA
295mA
244mA
FBS-60MA
644 mA
255mA
190mA
FBS-10/14MC
300 mA
-
340mA
FBS-20MC
753 mA
335mA
310mA
FBS-24MC
722 mA
325mA
295mA
FBS-32MC
712 mA
315mA
262mA
FBS-40MC
688 mA
295mA
244mA
FBS-60MC
644 mA
255mA
190mA
FBS-20MN
710mA
310mA
325 mA*
FBS-32MN
670mA
297mA
280 mA*
FBS-44MN
627 mA
276 mA
250 mA*
948 mA
350mA
337mA
918 mA
320mA
292mA
880 mA
280mA
238mA
-
270mA
FBS-20MA-D24
300mA
753mA
FBS-24MA-D24
722mA
FBS-32MA-D24
712mA
To t a l 2 2 7 m A
FBS-40MA-D24
688mA
To t a l 1 8 9 m A
FBS-60MA-D24
644mA
FBS-10/14MC-D24
300mA
FBS-20MC-D24
753mA
To t a l 2 9 5 m A
FBS-24MC-D24
722mA
To t a l 2 7 0 m A
FBS-32MC-D24
712mA
To t a l 2 2 7 m A
FBS-40MC-D24
688mA
To t a l 1 8 9 m A
FBS-60MC-D24
644mA
FBS-10/14MA-D24
P
24VDC(input circuit)
FBS-10/14MA
FBS-24XY-◎
Expansion
FBS-40XY-◎
Unit
FBS-60XY-◎
DC
24VDC(output circuit)
H5-4
To t a l 2 9 5 m A
To t a l 2 7 0 m A
To t a l 9 5 m A
-
270mA
To t a l 9 5 m A
FBS-20MN-D24
710mA
To t a l 2 8 5 m A *
FBS-32MN-D24
670mA
To t a l 2 2 7 m A *
FBS-44MN-D24
627mA
To t a l 1 7 6 m A *
Expansion F B S - 2 4 X Y –◎
Unit
F B S - 4 0 X Y –◎
948mA
To t a l 3 3 7 m A
918mA
To t a l 2 6 2 m A
F B S - 6 0 X Y –◎
880mA
To t a l 1 6 8 m A
z In the above table, the residual capacity is calculated according to the most power-consuming model (for
example, MCT) of in each main/expansion unit by its I/O point number, under the maximum load condition (with
both DI and DO ON). The basic units for calculation are 7.5mA /PT for high/medium speed DI, 4.5mA/PT for low
speed DI (Ultra high speed DI does not use the 24VDC power in input circuit), 10mA/PT for high speed DO,
7.5mA/PT for medium speed DO, and 5mA for low speed DO and relay output. (excluding the SSR model).
z See Sections 5.1 and 5.2 for the residual capacity of expansion power (-EPW-AC and -EPW-D24)
 Warning
Either for the built-in power supply of the main/expansion unit or the expansion power supply for the expansion
unit, the total amount of current cannot exceed the value listed in the above table. Any violation will cause a
voltage drop by overloading the power supply, or intermittent powered with the supply in protection mode, either
of which will result in unexpected action of PLC and cause harm to people or damage to equipment.
5.3.2 Maximum Current Consumption of Expansion Module
Without its own power supply, expansion modules must be supported by the main/expansion unit, expansion power, or
external power supply (24VDC input circuit alone). The following table lists the maximum consumption current of each
expansion module.
Current
5VDC Logic Circuit
24VDC Output Circuit
24VDC Input Circuit
Model
-input expansion cableDigital I/O Expansion Module
Numeric I/O Expansion Module
FBS-24XY
FBS-40XY
FBS-60XY
FBS-8XY
FBS-8X
FBS-8Y
FBS-16XY
FBS-16Y
FBS-20X
FBS-24X
FBS-24YT
FBS-32DGI
FBS-7SG1
FBS-7SG2
FBS-6AD
FBS-2DA
FBS-4DA
FBS-4A2D
FBS-2TC
FBs-6TC
FBS-6RTD
FBS-16TC
FBS-16RTD
FBs-6NTC
54 mA
83 mA
119 mA
30 mA
30 mA
29 mA
40 mA
40 mA
35 mA
54 mA
66 mA
14 mA
24 mA
24 mA
25 mA
33 mA
35 mA
35 mA
30 mA
30 mA
32 mA
30 mA
32 mA
33 mA
--input terminal block---
85mA
136mA
124mA
34mA
-
68mA
68mA
136mA
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
H5-5
63mA
108mA
162mA
18mA
36mA
-
36mA
-
90mA
108mA
-
36mA
213 mA
396 mA
53 mA
90 mA
137 mA
103 mA
21 mA
29 mA
16 mA
58 mA
19 mA
16 mA
39 mA
39 mA
25 mA
223 mA
158 mA
-
-
-
-
-
52 mA
32 mA
-
-
-
500 mA
-
-
FBS-CB2
25 mA
32 mA
13 mA
-
-
-
82 mA
48 mA
-
FBS-CB22
26 mA
-
-
FBS-CB5
51 mA
-
-
FBS-CB55
95 mA
-
-
FBS-CB25
55 mA
-
-
FBs-CBE
FBS-CM22
FBS-CM55
FBS-CM25
FBS-CM25E
FBS-CM55E
FBS-CM25C
FBS-CM5R
FBS-CM5H
FBs-BDAP
50 mA
18 mA
95 mA
70 mA
110 mA
120 mA
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
FBs-BPEP
58 mA
-
-
-
-
FBS-DAPC
193 mA
-
75 mA
-
FP-08
125 mA
-
-
FBs-2A4TC
FBs-2A4RTD
FBs-B4AD
FBs-B2DA
FBs-B2A1D
Voice
Output FBs-VOM
Module
Special FBs-4PT
Modules FBs-1LC
Board (CB)
Communication
Module (CM)
Communication
Others
z
FBS-DAPB
47 mA
41 mA
26 mA
135 mA
-
The above table lists the required current for the maximum consumption in each expansion module. The 24VDC
input circuit consumes 4.5mA less per point of OFF state DI in DI/O module, while the 24VDC output circuit
consumes 5mA less per point of OFF state DO. The effect of power consumption variation regarding the ON/OFF
state of DI/DO of expansion modules other than DI/O are less significant and can be neglected.
z
The effect of residual capacity variation regarding the ON/OFF state of DI/DO for 5VDC logic circuit can be
neglected.
H5-6
5.3.3
Calculation Example of Power Capacity
Power module selection is depending on the sum of current consumption of all modules. Therefore, user must
know the current consumption of each module. Please refer to Table II, which has the maximum current consumption
of each expansion module.
Before power module selection, we need to calculate the total current consumptions.
Calculations need to be
divided into two sections, DC5V (Bus Power) current consumption and DC24V (Bus Power) current consumption.
User must consider the match between power and expansion modules cannot cause BusPower output power of
any one group of overload use.
Example 1: The below diagram is a system modules, try to calculate the power supply used of the system.
FBs-
FBs-
CM55E
B2DA
F B s24MC
FBs-
FBs-
FBs-
FBs-
60XYR
16YR
16YR
6AD
Un it : mA
Result
Internal 5VDC logic power
-120
-150
+722
-120
-39
-39
-30
+244 (OK)
-
-
+325
-120
-80
-80
-
+45
(OK)
-
-
+295
-162
-
-
-45
+88
(OK)
supply
Internal 24VDC logic power
supply
External 24VDC Sensor
power supply
R e s u l t : ( 1 ) F i r s t c a l c u l a t e c u r r e n t c o n s u m p t i o n o f i n t e r n a l 5 V D C l o g i c p o we r s u p p l y
+722mA - 120mA - 150mA - 120mA - 39mA - 39mA - 30mA = +244 mA
(OK)
( 2 ) A n d t h e n c a l c u l a t e c u r r e n t c o n s u m p t i o n o f i n t e r n a l 2 4 V D C l o g i c p o we r s u p p l y
+325mA - 120mA - 80mA - 80mA = +45 mA
(OK)
( 3 ) C a l c u l a t e c u r r e n t c o n s u m p t i o n o f e x t e r n a l 2 4 V D C S e n s o r p o we r s u p p l y
+295mA - 162mA - 45mA = +88 mA
(OK)
In conclusion, the total current consumption of the above six modules cannot exceed the total current consumption
of the main unit, so do not need to expand any power supply module.
Example 2: The below diagram is a system modules, try to calculate the power supply used of the system.
FBs-
FBs-
CM55E
B2DA
F B s24MC
FBs-
FBs-
FBs-
FBs-
FBs-
60XYR
16YR
16YR
6AD
16YR
Un it : mA
Result
Internal 5VDC logic
-120
-150
+722
-120
-39
-39
-30
-39
+195 (OK)
-
-
+325
-120
-80
-80
-
-80
-35
(overload)
-
-
+295
-162
-
-
-45
-
+88
(OK)
power supply
Internal 24VDC logic
power supply
External 24VDC
Sensor power supply
H5-7
R e s u l t : ( 1 ) F i r s t c a l c u l a t e c u r r e n t c o n s u m p t i o n o f i n t e r n a l 5 V D C l o g i c p o we r s u p p l y
+722mA - 120mA - 150mA - 120mA - 39mA - 39mA - 30mA - 39mA = +195 mA (OK)
( 2 ) A n d t h e n c a l c u l a t e c u r r e n t c o n s u m p t i o n o f i n t e r n a l 2 4 V D C l o g i c p o we r s u p p l y
+325mA - 120mA - 80mA - 80mA - 80mA = -35 mA (overload)
( 3 ) C a l c u l a t e c u r r e n t c o n s u m p t i o n o f e x t e r n a l 2 4 V D C S e n s o r p o we r s u p p l y
+295mA - 162mA - 45mA = +88 mA (OK)
In conclusion, the total current consumption of internal 24VDC logic power supply of above seven expansions
exceeds power capacity of the main unit, so needs to expand power supply module as in example 3.
Example 3: The below diagram is a system modules, try to calculate the power supply used of the system.
FBs-
FBs-
CM55E
B2DA
F B s24MC
FBs-
FBs-
FBs-
FBs-
FBs-
FBs-
60XYR
16YR
16YR
6AD
EPW-AC
16YR
(1)
Internal 5VDC
logic power
-120
-150
+722
-120
-39
-39
-30
-
-
+325
-120
-80
-80
-
-
-
+295
-162
-
-
-45
supply
Internal 24VDC
logic power
supply
External 24VDC
Sensor power
(2)
Result
supply
+244
(OK)
+45
(OK)
+88
(OK)
Un it : mA
Result
400
-39
+361(OK)
250
-80
+170 (OK)
250
-
+250 (OK)
R e s u l t : ( 1 ) F i r s t c a l c u l a t e t h e c u r r e n t c o n s u m p t i o n o f e x pa n s i o n m o d u l e s wh i c h p r o v i d e d f r o m
the main unit.
c u r r e n t c o n s u m p t i o n o f i n t e r n a l 5 V D C l o g i c p o we r s u p p l y
+722mA - 120mA - 150mA - 120mA - 39mA - 39mA - 30mA = 244 mA (OK)
c u r r e n t c o n s u m p t i o n o f i n t e r n a l 2 4 V D C l o g i c p o we r s u p p l y
+325mA - 120mA - 80mA - 80mA = 45 mA
(OK)
c u r r e n t c o n s u m p t i o n o f e x t e r n a l 2 4 V D C S e n s o r p o we r s u p p l y
+295mA - 162mA - 45mA = 88 mA
(OK)
(2) then calcu la te th e curr en t consu mp tion of expan s ion mo du les which prov id ed f ro m
expan s ion pow er supp ly mo du le
c u r r e n t c o n s u m p t i o n o f i n t e r n a l 5 V D C l o g i c p o we r s u p p l y
+400 mA - 39 mA = +361 mA
(OK)
c u r r e n t c o n s u m p t i o n o f i n t e r n a l 2 4 V D C l o g i c p o we r s u p p l y
+250 mA - 80 mA = +170 mA
(OK)
c u r r e n t c o n s u m p t i o n o f e x t e r n a l 2 4 V D C S e n s o r p o we r s u p p l y
+250 mA - 0mA
= +250 mA
(OK)
In conclusion, add one expansion power supply(FBs-EPW-AC),in this way it can satisfy the total current
consumption of seven expansion modules.
H5-8
5.4 Requirement of Power Sequence in Main Unit & Expansion Unit/Module
When the power is on, the FBS-PLC main unit first detects the type and number of expansion unit/module attached to
its expansion interface and get the actual I/O configuration. Therefore, while the main unit performs detection, the
power in expansion unit/module should be already UP, otherwise, the detected I/O configuration will not correct.
Namely, the power of expansion unit/module should be ON simultaneously or even earlier. There will be no time
sequence error when main unit/expansion unit/module are connected together to one power. If the expansion unit and
main unit powered by different powers (or the same power but different switches), or external power supply is used for
expansion modules, time sequence of both powers should be considered. To solve the problem of the expansion
unit/module power not get ready before main unit power does, FBS-PLC provides a special R4150 register which can
delay the detection time of I/O configuration. The time base of R4150 is 0.01sec with a default value of 100 (namely a
1sec delay), which can be set from 100~500 (1~5sec), as shown in the figure below. If the expansion unit power cannot
be UP within 1sec after main unit power is ON, the R4150 time needs to be set longer to delay the detection by CPU. It
cannot exceed 5sec, however, otherwise the configuration of expansion interface cannot be detected.
0
1
5
s秒
ec
sec
秒
s秒
ec
Main主機電源
Unit Power
Expansion Unit
擴充機(模組)電源
(Module) Power
無需調整
No adjustment
需調整R4150
Adjustment
required
requiredR4150
H5-9
無法偵測
Unable
to detect
Chapter 6
Digital Input (DI) Circuit
The FBS-PLC provides the ultra high speed differential double end 5VDC inputs (i.e., single input with two terminals
without common) and the single-end 24VDC inputs which use the common terminal to save terminals. The response
speeds of single-end common input circuits are available in high, medium and low. Because the double end input
circuit has two independent terminals, it can be connected either in SINK or SOURCE for input or in differential input
wiring for line driver source. The single-end input circuit can be set to SINK or SOURCE type by varying the wiring of
the common terminals S/S inside PLC and external common wire of input circuits (see Sec. 6.3 for details).
6.1 Specifications of Digital Input (DI) Circuit
Item
Specifications
5VDC
Differential
Input
24VDC Single-end Input
Note
Ultra High
Speed(HSC)
Maximum input
frequency*/
accumulated time
920KHz
Input Signal Voltage
5VDC±10%
Input
Current
Threshold
ON
Current
OFF
Current
Maximum Input
current
High Speed
(HSC)
200KHz
Medium Speed(HSC)
20KHz (HHSC)
Total 5KHz (SHSC)
0.47 mS*
>11 mA
>8 mA
<2 mA
20mA
10.5mA
1
4.7 mS
>4mA
>2.3mA
<1.5mA
<0.9mA
7.6mA
4.5 mA
*: Half of
maximum
frequency while
A/B phase input
Displayed by LED: Lit when “ON”, dark when “OFF”
Isolation Type
Photocoupler signal isolation
Independent
Wiring
Via variation of internal common terminal S/S and external common wiring
FBS-20MNR/T/J
X0,1
X4, 5, 8, 9
X2,3,6,7,10,11
FBS-32MNR/T/J
X0,1,4,5
X8, 9, 12, 13
X2,3,6,7,10,11,14,15
X16~19
FBS-44MNR/T/J
X0,1,4,5,8,9,
12,13
X2,3,6,7,10,11,14,15
X16~27
List of Input Response Speed for Various Models
FBS-10MCR/T/J
X0,1
X4,5
X2,3
FBS-14MCR/T/J
X0,1
X4,5
X2,3,6,7
FBS-20MCR/T/J
X0,1,4,5
X8,9
X2,3,6,7,10,11
FBS-24MCR/T/J
X0,1,4,5
X8,9.12,13
X2,3,6,7,10,11
FBS-32MCR/T/J
X0,1,4,5,8,9
X12,13
X2,3,6,7,10,11,14,15
X16~19
FBS-40MCR/T/J
X0,1,4,5,8,9
X12,13
X2,3,6,7,10,11,14,15
X16~23
FBS-60MCR/T/J
X0,1,4,5,8,9,12,13
X2,3,6,7,10,11,14,15
X16~35
FBS-10MAR/T/J
X0,1,4,5
X2,3
FBS-14MAR/T/J
X0,1,4,5
X2,3,6,7
FBS-20MAR/T/J
X0,1,4,5,8,9
X2,3,6,7,10,11
FBS-24MAR/T/J
X0,1,4,5,8,9,12,13 X2,3,6,7,10,11
FBS-32MAR/T/J
X0,1,4,5,8,9,12,13 X2,3,6,7,10,11,14,15
X16~19
FBS-40MAR/T/J
X0,1,4,5,8,9,12,13 X2,3,6,7,10,11,14,15
X16~23
FBS-60MAR/T/J
X0,1,4,5,8,9,12,13 X2,3,6,7,10,11,14,15
X16~35
Expansion
Unit/Module
R/T/J
Noise Filtering Time
3
Constant*
Low Speed
24VDC±10%
Input Status
Indication
SINK/SOURCE
Wiring
Mid/Low Speed
1
* :Limit of input
speed in MA
model is
10KHz
All Input
Points
DHF(0 ~ 15mS)
+AHF(0.47µs)
DHF(0 ~ 15mS)
+AHF(4.7µs)
H6-1
DHF(0 ~
15mS)
+AHF(0.47µs)
AHF(4.7ms)
DHF:Digital
Hardware Filter
AHF:Analog
Hardware Filter
6.2 Structure and Wiring of 5VDC Ultra High Speed Differential Input Circuit
Only the MN main unit of FBs provides the 5VDC ultra high speed differential input circuit, which is mainly used for the
input of hardware high speed counter (HHSC) with a maximum working frequency up to 920 KHz. In practice, to ensure
the high speed and high noise immunity, please use Line-Driver for differential line driving. In environments with small
noise and medium working frequency (<200KHz), however, it can be changed to the 5VDC single-end SINK or
SOURCE input or to the 24VDC single-end SINK or SOURCE input by connecting a 3KΩ/0.5W resistor in series, as
shown in the figure below.
(A)
Wiring of 5VDC differential input for Line-Driver driving(with frequency up to 920KHz for high speed and
environments with large noise)
FBS-MN
主機 unit
FBs-MN
main
感應器輸出
External
differential output
A
Dual-end雙端輸入
input
(Encoder)
Line-Driver輸出
Twisted-pair
隔離雙絞線
B
(B)
Wiring of 5VDC differential input to 5VDC single SINK or SOURCE input
FBS-MN main unit
R1
X0+
SINK
input
SINK 輸入
R2
NPN
SENSOR
X0
5VDC
R1
X1+
PNP
SENSOR
SOURCE
input
SOURCE輸入
R2
X1
(C)
Method of converting 5VDC differential input to 24VDC single-end SOURCE input
FBSFBs-MN
-MN主機main unit
R1
X0+
SINK
input
SINK 輸入
R2
NPN
SENSOR
X0
3KΩ/0.5W
R1:100Ω
R2:1.2KΩ
24VDC
3KΩ/0.5W
R1
X1+
SOURCE
SOURCE
input 輸入
R2
X1
H6-2
PNP
SENSOR
6.3 24VDC Single-End Input Circuit and Wiring for SINK/SOURCE Input
The 24VDC single-end digital input circuits of FBS-PLC are available for high, medium and low speed. They all have
the similar circuit structures but with different response speeds. To save input terminals, the circuit of single-end input is
implemented by connecting one end of all input points (photo coupler) inside the PLC to the same internal common
point labeled as S/S. The other end of each input circuit is connected to corresponding terminals such as X0, X1, X2,
etc. The S/S common terminal and N single-end inputs comprise of N digital inputs (i.e., only N+1 terminals are used
for N terminals). Therefore, we call this type of input structure the single-end input. The user also needs to do the same
thing when making the connection of external digital input devices. Namely, the one end of all input devices (e.g.,
buttons, switches) are connected together and called the external common wire, while the other ends of input circuits
are connected to the input terminals X0, X1, X2, etc., of PLC. Then finish it by connecting the external common wiring
and internal common terminal S/S to the positive/negative terminals of the 24VDC power. When connect the internal
common terminal S/S to 24V+(positive) and the external common wire to 24V- (negative), then the circuit serve as
SINK input. On the contrary, while exchange the wiring of the above internal and external common will serve as a
SOURCE input. The above wiring schemes can illustrated below:
Wiring of single-end common SINK input
z
External
Common Wiring
外部共線
External
外部
Power
電源
NPN
Sensor
24VDC
24V-
24V+
S/S
X0
Internal
內部共點
Common
端子
Terminal
FBS
X1
X3
X2
R1
R1
R1
Low speed
R1
R1:5.6K
R2
|
PLC
輸入元件
Input devices
R2
R2
R2
R2:1KΩ
24VDC
Middle speed
(擴充模組無)
(not
available in
expansion modules)
R1:3.3KΩ
R2:1.2KΩ
X0
X1
X3
X2
z Wiring of single-end common SOURCE input
External
Common Wiring
外部共線
External
外部
Power
電源
PNP
Sensor
24VDC
24V-
24V+
PLC
S/S
X0
Internal
內部共點
Common
端子
Terminal
FBS
|
Input Circuit
輸入元件
X1
R2
R1
R1
R1
R1
R2
R2
R2
X3
X2
24VDC
(擴充模組無)
(not
available in
expansion modules)
X0
H6-3
X1
X2
X3
Chapter 7
Digital Output (DO) Circuit
The digital outputs of FBS-PLC are available in the following two structures: the 5VDC ultra high speed Line-driver type
differential output (i.e., one output occupying two terminals), and the single-end output circuit for saving terminals.
There are three kinds of output device for the single-end output, which are relays, TRIAC and transistors. Since the
relay and TRIAC are bilateral, even when used in single-end output, they can serve as SINK or SOURCE output. The
transistor, however, because of its polarities, after being used as single-end common output, its SINK and SOURCE
polarities are exactly the opposite (common point Cn of SINK output must connect to negative end of DC power).
Therefore, the product model of transistor output of FBS-PLC for SINK and SOURCE is distinct. At the right side of
terminal block of FBS-PLC, there is a place for making SINK or SOURCE label.
 Warning
No over current protection is available in the FBS series PLC. Except for the 5V differential output circuit, all
other output circuits have to be added with over current or short circuit protections externally, such as fuses,
in applications with safety concern.
Terminals labeled by〝●〞on the terminal block are empty contacts, which cannot be connected with any wire
to maintain the required safety clearance and to avoid damage to the unit.
In situations where simultaneous operations of outputs(such as reverse/forward action of motor) pose safety
concerns, besides the interlock in PLC programs, additional interlock circuits are needed outside PLC, as
shown below:
PLC
PLC
Forward
正轉輸出
output
Forward
正轉極
limit switch
Interlock
Magnetic
電磁開關或
switch or
Relay A
繼電器A
限開關
互鎖接點
contact
(NC)
(NC)
Reverse
反轉極
Limit
限開關
switch
Magnetic
電磁開關或
Interlock
互鎖接點
switch or
contact
繼電器B
(NC)
Relay B
(NC)
Output
輸出
Output
輸出
PLC
PLC
Reverse
反轉輸出
output
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7.1 Specifications of Digital Output Circuit
Item
Specification
Differential
Output
Ultra High
Speed
Maximum output
frequency*
920KHz
Working Voltage
5VDC±10%
Single-End Transistor Output
(T, J )
High
Medium
Low
Speed
Speed
Speed
200KHz
20KHz
─
Single-End
Relay Output
For ON/OFF, not for frequent exchange
<250VAC, 30VDC
5~30VDC
50mA
0.5A
0.5A
0.5A
0.1A
(24YT/J)
Maximum Voltage
Drop/conducing resistance
-
0.6V
2.2V
2.2V
Minimum Load
-
-
2mA/DC power
Leakage Current
-
<0.1 mA/30VDC
-
Maximum
Load
Current
Maximum
Output
Delay
Time
Resistive
Inductive
0.06V(initial)
80VA(AC)/24VA(DC)
15μS
ON→OFF
OFF→ON
2A/single, 4A/common
200nS
2μS
10mS
30μS
Output Status Indication
LED is bit when〝ON〞, dark when〝OFF〞
Over Current Protection
N/A
Isolation Type
SINK/SOURCE Output
Type
Photocoupler Isolation, 500VAC, 1 minute
Electromagnetic Isolation,
1500VAC, 1 minute
Independent
Dual Terminals Choose SINK/SOURCE by models Bilateral device, can be arbitrarily set to
and non-exchangeable
for arbitrary
SINK/SOURCE output
connection
FBS-20MNR/T/J
Y0~1
Y2~7
FBS-32MNR/T/J
Y0~3
Y4~7
FBS-44MNR/T/J
Y0~7
Y2~7
Y8~11
Y4~11
Y8~15
Y8~15
List of Input Response Speed for Various Models
FBS-10MCR/T/J
Y0,1
Y2,3
FBS-14MCR/T/J
Y0,1
Y2~5
FBS-20MCR/T/J
Y0~3
Y4~7
FBS-24MCR/T/J
Y0~3
Y4~7
Y8~9
FBS-32MCR/T/J
Y0~5
Y6,7
Y8~11
FBS-40MCR/T/J
Y0~5
Y6,7
Y8~15
FBS-60MCR/T/J
Y0~7
Y8~23
FBS-10MAR/T/J
Y0~3
FBS-14MAR/T/J
Y0~5
FBS-20MAR/T/J
Y0~7
FBS-24MAR/T/J
Y0~7
Y8,9
FBS-32MAR/T/J
Y0~7
Y8~11
FBS-40MAR/T/J
Y0~7
Y8~15
FBS-60MAR/T/J
Y0~7
Y8~23
Expansion
Units/Modules(R/T/J)
All output points
All output
points
*Half of the maximum frequency while A/B phase output
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7.2 5VDC Ultra High Speed Line-Driver Differential Output Circuit and its Wiring
The 5VDC ultra high speed Line-Driver differential output circuit of FBS-PLC is only available for the main unit of the
MN model. Its output can connect to general photo coupler circuit or Line-Receiver input circuit, with the connection
shown in the figure below. To improve noise immunity and maintain signal quality, please use twisted pair with shield (or
aluminum foils) for connection and connect the shield with SG of PLC and FG of the driver. Please also operate in
2-phase driving mode (because 2-phase driving can automatically cancel interferences from noise pulses).
FBS-MN Main Unit
Load
FBS-MN 主機
負載
FBS-XXMN
Photocouple
Photocouple
input
輸入之範例
Line-Driver
Line-Driver
輸
出
Output
Twisted-pair
雙絞線
Line-Receiver
Line-Receiver
input
輸入之範例
With frequency up to 920KHz, for high speed or high noise environments
7.3 Single-End Output Circuit
Except that the 5VDC ultra high speed output circuit has independent dual terminal outputs, all other output circuits
such as relays, transistors or TRIAC are single-end output structure. A single-end output in each digital output (DO)
takes up only one terminal. But since any output device has two ends, the one end of several output devices have to be
connected together to one common point (called output common) for single-end output. Then each output point can
output via this common point. The more output device share a same common points, the more terminals are saved,
while relatively increasing the current running through the common point. Combination of any output common with its
individual single-end outputs are called a Common Output Block, which is available in 2, 4 and 8PTs (high-density
module) in FBS-PLC. Each Common Output Block is separated from one another. The common terminal has a label
initiated with letter “C”, while its numbering is determined by the minimum Yn number which comprise the output block.
In the example of the figure below, the number of common terminal of output block Y2 and Y3 is C2, while the number
of common terminal of output Block Y4, Y5, Y6 and Y7 is C4. The various single-end common output circuits are
described below:
7.3.1
Structure and Wiring of Single-End Relay Output Circuit
Because relay contacts have no polarity, it can be applied for AC or DC load power. Each relay can provide current up
to 2A. The maximum rated current in all output commons of FBS-PLC is 4A. Its mechanical lifetime can reach up to 2
million times, while the contacts have a shorter lifetime. The lifetime also varies depending on working voltage, load
type (power factor cosψ) and contact current. The relation between them is plotted in the figure below. In the case of
pure resistive load (cosψ=1.0) at 120VAC and 2A, the lifetime of contacts is about 250 thousand times. While for high
inductive or capacitive load with cosψup to 0.2 and current within 1A, the lifetime decreases rapidly to about 50
thousand times (AC200V) or 80 thousand times (AC120V).
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FBS-PLC
AC/DC
AC/DC
電源
power
AC/DC
AC/DC
電源
power
4A
FUSE
4A
FUSE
co
Times of Action
(ten thousand)
co
動
作
次
數
co
co
sϕ
=0
sϕ
sϕ
=1
sϕ
=0
.7
.0
=0
.4
.2
萬
次
接點電流(A)
Contact Current (A)
7.3.2
A.
Structure and Wiring of Single-End Transistor SINK and SOURCE Output Circuit
Transistor Single-End SINK Output
FBS-PLC
Y2
C2
Y3
1A
FUSE
Y4
C4
Y5
Y6
2A
FUSE
共點輸出區塊
2PTs
Common Output Block
共點輸出區塊
4PTs Common
Output Block
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Y7
B. Transistor Single-End SOURCE Output
FBS-PLC
3
Y
2
Y
2
C
C4
1A
FUSE
Y4
Y5
Y7
2A
FUSE
DC
電源
power
共點輸出區塊
2PTs Common
Output Block
共點輸出區塊
4PTs Common
Output Block
The figure above uses output block s of 2PTs common and 4PTs common as an example to explain the differences in
structural and wiring for SINK and SOURCE output circuits, respectively.(8PTs common has the same block structure
and wiring, except with different point number) The single-end SINK output and SOURCE transistor output in FBS-PLC
are different models. The user must check whether it is SINK output model or SOURCE output model when
purchasing.
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7.4 Speed up the Single-End Transistor Output Circuit (only applicable to high and
medium-speed)
Either with the SINK or SOURCE structure in single-end output transistor circuit, when the transistor switches from ON
to OFF, the junction capacitor between transistor CE electrodes should be charged to near the load voltage VDD before
it can stop the current running through the photocoupler inside the load, which increase the OFF time and decrease the
response speed. This problem can be solved by adding a Dummy load to accelerate charging rate and speed up the
working frequency of transistor output. For the transistor output in FBS-PLC, Dummy load that are added to the highand medium-speed transistor output and generate a load current of 20~50mA is adequate. For low speed transistor
where its driving capability (0.5A) but speed is concerned, adding a Dummy load only decreases its driving capability
without any significant improvement and hence is not recommended. The following diagram shows how to add a
Dummy load to SINK and SOURCE transistor output.
FB S -PLC
FB S -PLC
Load
Load
VD D
5~30
VD C
R
I
R
I
SINK output
VDD
I =
=20~50mA
R
SR C E output
7.5 Output Device Protection and Noise Suppression in DO Circuit
Since the digital output circuits are mainly used for the ON/OFF switching operation, the output components such as
relays, transistors and TRIAC can be deemed as kinds of switch components. Normally, surge currents or
counter-electromotive force voltages are generated during the ON/OFF operation of these switch components. The
effect of surge currents or counter-electromotive force voltages is particularly serious when heavy capacitive or
inductive loads are incorporated, which may cause damage to the output components or generate noises in other
electronic circuits and equipment. Among those three FBS-PLC output components, where TRIAC require no special
treatment because of their features of smaller rated current, zero cross in ON/OFF, and built-in protection circuits,
special consideration should be given to relays and transistors when they are used in high power applications or
connected with capacitive or inductive loads and are described in the following:
7.5.1
Protection of Relay Contacts and Noise Suppression
Because the relay contacts are used to contact switch components having extremely low resistance, the surge
current IR generated instantly upon turning on the relay is normally pretty strong (even if the steady load current is
very small). Under such strong surge, the contact tends to melt and stick due to extreme temperature in such a way
that the relay cannot trip when it is disconnected. In addition, when the relay connections are OFF, large di/dt is
generated because of the instantaneous change from low resistance to open circuit (∞) soon after following the
tripping of contact. As a result, an extremely strong counter-electromotive force voltage is induced, which creates
sparks between the electrodes of two relay contacts and results in poor contact due to carbon deposits. Among
those three output components, either in ON or OFF state, very serious interference can be caused by the surge
current or the counter-electromotive of the relay. The solutions to this problem are listed as follows:
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VD D
5~30
VD C
A.
Suppression of Surge Current 以
Connect a small resistor R in series to lower the surge current,
but note that too large R will affect the driving capability or cause too much voltage drop.
PLC 輸出
output
PLC
relay
繼電器
Load
Load
R
IIss
I Irr
Electronic
Circuits
電子
電路
Surge
current welds contacts
湧浪電流使接點熔化黏住
R
V
VDD
C
VDD
R≧
(note power dissipation P=Is2R and voltage drop V=IsR)
Ir max
Ir max of relay in FBS-PLC =5A
B.
Suppression of Counter-Electromotive Force
For the inductive load, whether in AC or DC power, suppression devices must be connected in parallel to both its
ends to protect the relay contacts and lower noise interference. The schematic diagrams for AC and DC powers are
shown below, respectively:
PLC Relay output
Inductive load
R
R : 100 ~ 120Ω
R:100~120Ω
R
C : 0.1 ~ 0.24uF
C:0.1~0.24uF
C
Scheme of AC power load
PLC Relay output
Inductive load
D : 1N4001 diode or
R
VDC
D
equivalent device
Suppress by a diode in DC power load (for low power)
PLC Relay output
Inductive load
D : 1N4001 diode or
R
ZD
D
VDC
equivalent device
ZD : 9V Zener, 5W
Suppress by a diode + Zener in DC power load (for high power and frequent ON/OFF)
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7.5.2
Protection of Transistor Output and Noise Suppression
The transistor output in FBS-PLC already includes Zener diode for counter-electromotive force, which is sufficient for
low power inductive load and medium frequency of ON/OFF application. In conditions of high power or frequent
ON/OFF, please construct another suppression circuit to lower noise interference and prevent voltage from
exceeding the limit or overheating that may damage the transistor output circuit.
PLC Relay output
Inductive load
D : 1N4001 diode or
VDC
D
equivalent device
Suppress by a diode (for low power)
PLC Relay output
Inductive load
D : 1N4001 diode or
ZD
D
VDC
equivalent device
ZD : 9V Zener, 5W
Suppress by a diode + Zener (high power and frequent ON/OFF)
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Chapter 8
Test Run, Monitoring and Maintenance
 Warning
During maintenance, be sure to turn off the input power of PLC in case the actions to touch any terminal on
PLC, or insert and extract accessories (e.g., expansion ribbon cables) is required. Otherwise, electric shock,
short circuit, damaged PLC or PLC malfunction will be caused if the power is on.
8.1 Inspection After Wiring and Before First Time Power on
1.
Before power on, clean all unnecessary objects such as iron chippings and screws, and remove the dust cover
sheet that surround the FBS-PLC.
2.
Make sure that the input power and PLC required power is of the same type. When input power is AC power,
please pay attention to connect the hot wire (L) to the “L” terminal on PLC and the ground wire (N) to the “N”
terminal. Mistakenly connect to DC powered PLC or to terminals other than “L” and “N” will result in electric shock,
serious damage or malfunction.
3.
Make sure the load power and PLC output circuits are consistent. Connection of AC power to transistor output or
4.
Make sure the DC24V input and polarities of SINK/SOURCE in transistor output are consistent with those of your
DC power to TRIAC output will damage PLC or result in malfunction.
existing wiring. Any mismatch will result in failure of PLC input and damage to the output circuit.
8.2 Test Run and Monitoring
The FBS-PLC provides a convenient feature to Disable/Enable the I/O points by whole or individually. Namely, while
PLC performs the normal logic scan operation and I/O refreshment, it does not update the status of the disabled input
points according to the actual external input. For the disabled output points, the result of logic scan can’t override the
disable status of outputs, only the user can force the state to ‘on’ or ‘off’ in order to simulate its operation. The user only
needs to utilize the disable function combined with Monitor to achieve simulating the input or output via FP-08 or
WINPROLADDER and observe the result. Upon the finish the simulation, revert all the inputs or outputs to Enable state
will bring back normal operation. Refer the instructions of WINPROLADDER or FP-08 for the operation of RUN/STOP
PLC, Disable/Enable I/O and monitoring of I/O status and content of register.
 Warning
The disable function is to let the input or output status out of PLC program control and switched to the
control of the user (tester) to freely set the disabled input or output to be ON or OFF. In normal PLC
operation, when dealing with input or output with safety issues (such as upper/lower limit of detected input
or output emergency stop), the user must make sure whether it can be disabled or overridden to ON/OFF
before starting the disable or override control, to avoid damage to equipment or harm to people.
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8.3 LED Indicators on PLC Main Unit and Troubleshooting
輸入狀態指示
"Xn"
Input Status Indicator
“Xn”
max.
400mA
24V OUT
S/S
X0
X2
X1
X4
X3
X6
X5
0
4
8
I2
Receive Indicator “RX”
接收指示 "RX"
X10
X8
X7
X9
X12
X11
X13
I 2 3
5 6 7
9 I0 I I
I3
電源指示 "POW"
Power Indicator “POW”
IN ( X )
POW
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
運轉指示Indicator
"RUN" “RUN”
Operation
RUN
ERR
Transmit Indicator “TX”
傳送指示 " TX"
TX
RX
OUT ( Y )
0 I 2 3
4 5 6 7
8 9
PORT0
IN
Error
Indicator
“ERR”
錯誤指示
"ERR"
FBs-24MCR2-AC
AC100~240V
Y1
C0
Y0
Y2
C2
Y4
Y3
Y5
C4
Y6
C6
Y8
Y7
Y9
Output Status Indicator “Yn” or
輸出狀態指示
"Yn" “ERR”
error
Indicator (when
或錯誤碼指示
occurs)
(當有"ERR"發生時)
Power Indicator〝POW〞
After the PLC is power on, with correct power source and wiring, the〝POW〞LED indicator in the middle of the PLC
nameplate will turn on, indicating that power supply is normal. If the indicator is not on, please try to temporarily remove
the wiring of 24VDC output power for Sensor. If the LED is back to normal, it means that the load on the power for the
24VDC input circuit is too large so that PLC enters overload low voltage protection mode. (When PLC enters overload
low voltage protection mode, “POW” LED is off and there are slight and intermittent low frequency hissing sounds, from
which one can tell if the 24VDC power is overloaded or shorted.)
When the above method still cannot turn on the〝POW〞LED, if it is confirmed that correct power input exists between
PLC power input L/N terminals or +/- (DC power), please send the unit to your local distributor for repair.
Operation Indicator〝RUN〞
As long as the CPU is working properly, in the STOP state, this indicator will go on and off for 2 seconds, respectively.
When it’s in the RUN state, the indicator will go on and off for 0.25 seconds, respectively. To make PLC enter into Run
state, or switch from RUN to STOP state, it has to be done through the programmer (FP-08 or WINPROLADDER).
Once PLC is set to RUN or STOP, it will keep that state even after power off. The only exception is, when using the
ROM PACK, no matter if it’s running or stopped before power off, PLC will automatically enter RUN state (with correct
ROM PACK syntax check) when power is back. In normal operation of PLC upon errors (e.g., errors in WDT timer and
program), PLC will automatically switch to STOP state and light the〝ERR〞error indicator. If it is a minor error, the RUN
state can be resumed as long as the power is back after an outage. In case of serious errors, the PLC cannot be
operated again with the programmer until the problem is solved. If PLC cannot be resumed to RUN state after all,
please send it to your local distributor for repair.
Error Indicator〝ERR〞
In normal PLC operation, either in RUN or STOP state, this indicator will not show any signal (off). If it is on, it means
that the system has an error (e.g., WDT time-out, program error, communication error, etc.)
If it is constantly on, please reset the power. If the situation is still the same, it implies a hardware failure in CPU and has
to be sent to the distributor for repair.
When the ERR indicator flashes with a 0.5 sec interval, it means that some anomaly occurs to PLC. At the same time,
status indicators Y0~Y3 switch to serve as indications of 15 error codes (the corresponding outputs are disabled), which
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are described in the following:
Y3
Y2
Y1
Y0
Error
Code
Description
0
0
0
1
1
Application program contains the functions not supported by this
CPU
0
0
1
0
2
Mismatch of PLC ID VS. program ID
0
0
1
1
3
Checksum error in LADDER program
0
1
0
0
4
System STACK abnormal
0
1
0
1
5
Watch-Dog occurs
0
1
1
0
6
Exceed main unit I/O
0
1
1
1
7
Syntax check error occurs
1
0
0
0
8
Expansion I/O modules over limit
1
0
0
1
9
Expansion I/O points over limit
1
0
1
0
10
System FLASH ROM CRC error
1
0
1
1
11
Reserved
1
1
0
0
12
Reserved
1
1
0
1
13
Reserved
1
1
1
0
14
Reserved
1
1
1
1
15
Reserved
Indicator on Transmit/Receive of Built-In Communication Port (Port0) “TX”、“RX”
These two LED indicators are used for the status of transmit/receive of the built-in communication port (Port0). The RX
indicator (green) is for indication when PLC receives external signals, while the TX indicator (red) is for indication when
PLC transmits signals, both of which are very helpful in monitoring communication condition and debugging. When PLC
communicates with external equipment (computer, programmer, intelligent peripherals, etc.), Port0 in FBS-PLC can only
be used in slave mode (Port1~4 can be used in master mode). Therefore, during its operation, PLC must first receive
external signals (RX on) before it can transmit signals back to external equipment (TX on now). When the
communication is fail, one can tell if it’s PLC is not receiving signals or PCL is not replying by looking at the these two
indicators. The currents in these two LED are constant and their lighting duration is proportional to the reception or
transmission time. The more received/transmitted data or the slower (bps) reception/transmission, the longer the
reception/transmission time and so is the indication time (brighter visually). If in high speed but small amount of data,
only short and dim brightness is observed. Therefore, the communication condition can be easily distinguished by these
two indicators.
Indicator of Input Status〝Xn〞
When external input Xn is ON, the corresponding LED indicator Xn will be on, otherwise it will be off. If it fails to respond
to external input, please check if the terminal wiring is securely connected, or measure the voltage between〝Xn〞and
common〝C〞to see if it has a change of 0V/22V with ON/OFF of input. If it does, it means that an error occurs in PLC
input circuit or LED indicator. Or you can locate the problem by using the monitor mode of the programmer to check if
this input status works correspondingly with the external input state.
Indicator of Output Status〝Yn〞
When the Yn output of PLC is ON, its corresponding output indicator will also be on and its external load will be ON. If
ON/OFF condition of external load is inconsistent with output indicator, please check the wiring of the load, power, and
terminal for secure connection. If the connection is good, then it should be the PLC output component failure. The main
reasons to cause the output component failure are:
1.
Overload or short circuit that burns output component and results in permanent open or short circuit.
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2.
Not overloaded, but Inrush current from capacitive load welds relay contacts at〝ON〞, resulting in permanent ON, or
burns transistor or TRIAC, resulting in permanent ON or OFF.
3.
Not overloaded, but the inductive load without proper Snubber circuit causes high voltage sparks between relay
contact at〝OFF〞and generate carbon deposition, which separates contacts and causes permanent OFF or
intermittent ON/OFF, or punches through transistor or TRIAC with high voltage, resulting in permanent ON or
OFF.
8.4 Maintenance
FBS-PLC itself has no user serviceable parts and all maintenance has to be conducted by professional personnel. During
use, in case of any defective unit, please first try to find out the defect from the above error codes on the main unit,
followed by performing maintenance over the entire unit or on the Board level. Send the unit that is still not functioning
well to local distributors.
8.5 The Charge of Battery & Recycle of Used Battery
Every FBs –PLC main units have inside one re-chargeable lithium battery to safely maintain program and data during
main power shut down. Each lithium battery was fully charged when the FBs-PLC ship out from the factory capable to
retain program and data at least 6 months. There is risk to miss program and data when battery exhaust over 6 months,
the users should mind the date marked on each FBs-PLC.
In case exceeding 6 months, users can do battery re-charging by themselves through keeping FBs-PLC be powered for
over 12 hours then more 6 months can work smoothly on the data saving.
 Warning
Any recharge, disassembly, heating, burning on defective or discarded battery is prohibited.
Otherwise may cause danger of explosion or fire. The chemical material of battery will lead to
environment pollution, easily throw away or treat as normal garbage is prohibited. Please
follow after the local or government’s regulation to make proper treatment on discard battery.
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