Q Series Large Type Base Unit / I/O Module

Q Series Large Type Base Unit / I/O Module
Q Series Large Type
Base Unit/
I/O Module/Blank Cover
User's Manual
Q35BL
Q38BL
Q65BL
Q68BL
Q55BL
QX11L
QX21L
QY11AL
QY13L
QY23L
QY51PL
QG69L
Thank you for purchasing the Mitsubishi programmable controller
MELSEC-Q series.
Prior to use, please read this and relevant manuals thorougly to fully
understand the product.
MODEL
Q-LARGE-U-E
MODEL
13JZ08
CODE
IB(NA)-0800408-I(1501)MEE
© 2008 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT
(1) Mitsubishi programmable controller ("the PRODUCT") shall be used in
conditions;
i) where any problem, fault or failure occurring in the PRODUCT, if any,
shall not lead to any major or serious accident; and
ii) where the backup and fail-safe function are systematically or
automatically provided outside of the PRODUCT for the case of any
problem, fault or failure occurring in the PRODUCT.
(2) The PRODUCT has been designed and manufactured for the purpose of
being used in general industries.
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OR LIABILITY BASED ON CONTRACT, WARRANTY, TORT, PRODUCT
LIABILITY) FOR ANY INJURY OR DEATH TO PERSONS OR LOSS OR
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the PRODUCT.
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Prohibited Applications include, but not limited to, the use of the
PRODUCT in;
• Nuclear Power Plants and any other power plants operated by Power
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affected if any problem or fault occurs in the PRODUCT.
• Railway companies or Public service purposes, and/or any other cases
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applications where there is a significant risk of injury to the public or
property.
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Notwithstanding the above, restrictions Mitsubishi may in its sole
discretion, authorize use of the PRODUCT in one or more of the
Prohibited Applications, provided that the usage of the PRODUCT is
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provided further that no special quality assurance or fail-safe, redundant
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REVISIONS
* The manual number is given on the bottom right of the cover.
Print date
Jan., 2008
Mar., 2008
*Manual number
IB(NA)-0800408-A
IB(NA)-0800408-B
Sep., 2009
IB(NA)-0800408-C
Revision
First edition
Correction
Section 1.1, 1.3, 5.4.3
Revision due to the support for Universal model
QCPU
Addition model
QX21L, QY11AL
May, 2010
IB(NA)-0800408-D
Correction
GENERIC TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS,
Section 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.1, 3.2.1, 3.2.2, 4.1, 8.2
External connections are reviewed according to
IEC 60617.
Correction
GENERIC TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS,
Section 1.1, 1.2, 1.4, 2.3, 3.2.1, 3.2.2, 5.5, 6.1, 7.1
Addition
CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT
Apr., 2011
IB(NA)-0800408-E
Addition model
QY51PL
Correction
GENERIC TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS,
Section 1.1, 1.3, 2.1, 2.2, 3.2.1, 3.2.2, 4.1, 8.2
Oct., 2011
IB(NA)-0800408-F
Revision on the new functions of the Universal
model QCPU whose serial number (first 5 digits) is
"13102" or later
Correction
GENERIC TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS,
Section 2.1, 2.3
Oct., 2013
IB(NA)-0800408-G
Descriptions are added according to UL508.
Correction
Section 3.2.1
May, 2014
IB(NA)-0800408-H
Addition of descriptions of cUL.
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Print date
Jan., 2015
*Manual number
IB(NA)-0800408-I
Revision
Correction
GENERIC TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS,
Section 1.2, 2.4, 3.2.1, 4.1, 5.3, 7.2, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3
Japanese manual version IB-0800407-H
This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it
confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any
problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents
noted in this manual.
© 2008 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
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CONTENTS
1. OVERVIEW..................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Overview................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Features ................................................................................................... 1
1.3 Supplied Parts .......................................................................................... 3
1.4 Related Parts (Sold Separately) ............................................................... 4
2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION .......................................................................... 5
2.1 System Configuration ............................................................................... 5
2.2 Precautions for System Configuration .................................................... 10
2.3 Modules that cannot be Mounted on the Q Series Large Type Base
Unit ......................................................................................................... 12
3. SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................ 13
3.1 Specifications of the Q Series Large Type Base Unit............................. 13
3.2 Specifications of the Q Series Large Type I/O Module........................... 14
3.2.1 Precautions for selection ................................................................. 14
3.2.2 Specifications of the Q series large type I/O module ...................... 26
3.3 Specifications of the Q Series Large Type Blank Cover......................... 41
4. PARTS NAMES ............................................................................................ 42
4.1 Parts Names........................................................................................... 42
5. MOUNTING AND INSTALLATION ............................................................... 46
5.1 Handling Precautions ............................................................................. 46
5.2 Precautions for Installing the Q series Large Type Base Unit ................ 47
5.3 Attaching a Fixture to the Q Series Large Type Base Unit..................... 49
5.4 Mounting/Removing Modules ................................................................. 50
5.4.1 Mounting/removing the Q series large type I/O module .................. 50
5.4.2 Attaching/removing the dustproof cover for fuse replacement
window (QY23L only) ...................................................................... 52
5.4.3 Mounting/removing the Q series module ........................................ 54
5.5 Attaching/Removing the Terminal Block................................................. 55
6. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION ............................................................ 56
6.1 Replacing Output Module Fuse .............................................................. 56
6.2 Battery Replacement .............................................................................. 57
7. I/O MODULE TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................ 58
7.1 Input Circuit Troubleshooting.................................................................. 58
7.2 Output Circuit Troubleshooting............................................................... 59
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8. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS ........................................................................... 63
8.1 Q Series Large Type Base unit .............................................................. 63
8.2 Q Series Large Type I/O Module............................................................ 66
8.3 Q Series Large Type Blank Cover.......................................................... 67
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GENERIC TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
Unless otherwise specified, this manual uses the following generic
terms and abbreviations to explain the Q series large type base units, Q
series large type I/O modules and Q series large type blank cover.
Generic term/abbreviation
Description
Generic term for Q series large type main base unit and Q
series large type extension base units
Q series large type main base Generic term for Q35BL and Q38BL MELSEC-Q series main
unit
base units
Q series large type extension Generic term for Q65BL, Q68BL, and Q55BL MELSEC-Q
base unit
series extension base units
Generic term for QX11L, QX21L, QY11AL, QY13L, QY23L,
Q series large type I/O module
and QY51PL MELSEC-Q series I/O modules
Q series large type blank
Abbreviation for QG69L MELSEC-Q series blank cover
cover
Abbreviation for Mitsubishi MELSEC-Q series programmable
Q series
controller
Abbreviation for Mitsubishi MELSEC-A/QnA series
A/QnA series
programmable controller
High Performance model
Generic term for Q02CPU, Q02HCPU, Q06HCPU, Q12HCPU,
QCPU
and Q25HCPU
Generic term for Q00UCPU, Q01UCPU, Q02UCPU,
Q03UDCPU, Q03UDVCPU, Q03UDECPU, Q04UDHCPU,
Q04UDVCPU, Q04UDEHCPU, Q06UDHCPU, Q06UDVCPU,
Universal model QCPU
Q06UDEHCPU, Q10UDHCPU, Q10UDEHCPU,
Q13UDHCPU, Q13UDVCPU, Q13UDEHCPU, Q20UDHCPU,
Q20UDEHCPU, Q26UDHCPU, Q26UDVCPU,
Q26UDEHCPU, Q50UDEHCPU, and Q100UDEHCPU
MELSECNET/H remote I/O
General term for QJ72LP25-25, QJ72LP25G, QJ72LP25GE,
module
and QJ72BR15
Generic term for Q33B, Q35B, Q38B, and Q312B main base
units on which CPU module (except Q00JCPU and
Q3 B
Q00UJCPU), Q series power supply module, Q series I/O
module, and intelligent function module can be mounted
Generic term for Q35DB, Q38DB, and Q312DB multiple CPU
high speed main base units on which CPU module (except
Q3 DB
Q00JCPU and Q00UJCPU), Q series power supply module, Q
series I/O module, and intelligent function module can be
mounted
Generic term for Q52B and Q55B extension base units on
Q5 B
which Q series I/O module and intelligent function module can
be mounted
Generic term for Q63B, Q65B, Q68B, and Q612B extension
Q6 B
base units on which Q series power supply module, Q series
I/O module, and intelligent function module can be mounted
Another term for QA1S51B extension base unit on which AnS
QA1S5 B
series I/O module and special function module can be mounted
Q series large type base unit
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Generic term/abbreviation
QA1S6 B
QA6 B
A5 B
A6 B
QA6ADP
QA6ADP+A5 B/A6 B
Power supply module
SRAM card
38-point terminal block
Description
Generic term for QA1S65B and QA1S68B extension base
units on which AnS series power supply module, AnS series
I/O module, and special function module can be mounted
Generic term for QA65B and QA68B extension base units on
which A series power supply module, A series I/O module, and
special function module can be mounted
Generic term for A52B, A55B, and A58B extension base units
on which A series I/O module and special function module can
be mounted without power supply
Generic term for A62B, A65B, and A68B extension base units
requiring power supply on which A series I/O module and
special function module can be mounted
Abbreviation for QA6ADP QA conversion adapter module
Abbreviation for A large type extension base unit on which
QA6ADP is mounted
Generic term for Q61P-A1, Q61P-A2, Q61P, Q61P-D, Q62P,
Q63P, Q64P, Q64PN power supply modules
Generic term for the Q2MEM-1MBS, Q2MEM-2MBS, Q3MEM4MBS, and Q3MEM-8MBS SRAM cards
Abbreviation for MELSEC-A series 38-point terminal block
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1. OVERVIEW
1.1
Overview
These products are used to utilize 38-point terminal block mounted on
existing A series I/O module without change when replacing the A/QnA
series by the Q series.
The following table shows the corresponding models for replacement.
A series I/O module model to be
replaced
Q series large type I/O module
replacement model
AX11
QX11L
AX21
QX21L
AY10A, AY11A
QY11AL
AY13
QY13L
AY23
QY23L
AY41, AY41P, AY51, AY51-S1
QY51PL
This User’s Manual explains specifications, component devices, part
names, settings, mounting, and installation of the Q series large type
base unit, Q series large type I/O module, and Q series large type blank
cover.
For contents not explained in this manual such as SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS, EMC and Low Voltage Directives, and general
specifications, refer to QCPU User's Manual (Hardware Design,
Maintenance and Inspection) SH-080483ENG.
1.2
Features
This section explains features of the Q series large type base unit, Q
series large type I/O module, and Q series large type blank cover.
(1)
The 38-point terminal block used for the A/QnA series can be
mounted on the Q series large type I/O module.
This eliminates wiring change when replacing the A/QnA series.
(2)
The Q series large type I/O module has performance specifications
equivalent to the A/QnA series.
(3)
Since the A/QnA series base unit has the same mounting
dimensions with the Q series large type base unit, the mounting
holes can be utilized.
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(4)
The Q series large type I/O module and Q series module can be
mounted together on the Q series large type base unit.
The renewal tool*1 manufactured by MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
ENGINEERING COMPANY LIMITED (hereafter, abbreviated as
renewal tool) can be mounted on the Q series module, and a
connector and terminal block used with the A/QnA series can be
used without wiring change.
Q series large type base unit
QX40
QY23L
QX11L
Q12H
POWE
CPU
FUS
MODE
RUN
ERR.
USER
BAT.
BOOT
R
C
MELSE
Q62P
0
L
A
1
2
0
L
2
1
3
1
2
1
4
2
6
4
4
2
6
4
- +
6
24VDC
4mA
5
3
7
PULL
6
USB
C
11 D
32
C
12
E
14
E
13
L
18
1
20
3
7
8
L
9
12
19
18
2
20
3
24
B
30
30
C
D
32
E
34
14
13
F
15
0
16
19
18
2
20
3
28
29
D
32
F
34
31
33
22
24
23 7
26
25 8
L
9
28
27 A
B
30
D
32
F
34
29
31
33
36
5
7
9
13
15
17
19
21
35
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
38
36
35
37
38
36
+ -
3
11
4
21 5
6
22
23 7
26
28
E
4
21 5
COM
24
25 8
9
26
27
A
B
F
10
L
B16 17 1
COM
15 0
8
A
B
14
6
22
5
6
C
10
11 D
F
B16 17 1
B
4
8
9
12
8
10
9
2
6
7
5
9
8
A
4
5
3
L
7
5COM
8
9
7
A
B
9
L
PULL
1
3
1
A
0
A
RS-2
E
QY13L
3L
QY2
37
QX40
38
1L
QX1
Y
RELA0V 2A
AC24 V 2A
DC24
3L
QY1
Q series large type I/O module
38-point terminal block for the A/QnA series (sold
separately) can be mounted without change.
Q series large type blank cover *2
- +
24VDC
4mA
Q series module
*1 : For information on the renewal tool, contact the nearest Mitsubishi Electric sales office or
salesperson.
*2 : To mount Q series module on the I/O slot of Q series large type base unit, always attach Q
series large type blank cover.
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1.3
Supplied Parts
The following tables show parts supplied with each module.
(1)
Q series large type main base unit
Product
Model
Q35BL
Q series large type main base
unit
Q38BL
Quantity
Remarks
1
-
Fixture
-
1
-
Fixture attachment screw
-
4
M4×10 screws
This manual
Safety Guidelines
(2)
-
1
-
IB-0800423
1
-
Quantity
Remarks
1
-
Q series large type extension base unit
Product
Model
Q65BL
Q series large type extension
base unit
Q68BL
Q55BL
Fixture
-
1
-
Fixture attachment screw
-
4
M4×10 screws
This manual
-
1
-
Quantity
Remarks
1
-
1
Supplied with
the QY23L only.
(3)
Q series large type I/O module
Product
Model
QX11L
QX21L
Q series large type I/O module
QY11AL
QY13L
QY23L
QY51PL
Dustproof cover for fuse
replacement window
-
3
(4)
Q series large type blank cover
Product
Model
Quantity
Remarks
Q series large type blank cover
QG69L
1
-
1.4
Related Parts (Sold Separately)
Purchase the following related parts when necessary.
(1)
38-point terminal block for I/O module
The Q series large type I/O module does not include 38-point
terminal block.
To use this product in new system, purchase the following product.
Model
Manufacturer
K14K 08H
075 000 03
(2)
Mitsubishi Electric
System & Service Co., Ltd.
Relay terminal block for power supply wiring
When the terminal block on power supply module mounted on the
Q series large type base unit cannot be wired using wiring to the
power supply module used with the A/QnA series, purchase the
following terminal block and relay the wiring to the power supply
module.
Relay terminal
block
Model
Manufacturer
ML-20
(The number of poles: 6 pieces)
SATO PARTS CO.,LTD
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2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2.1
System Configuration
This section explains system configuration when using the Q series
large type base unit.
The following modules can be mounted on the CPU slot of the Q series
large type base unit.
• High Performance model QCPU
• Universal model QCPU (except Q00UJCPU)
• MELSECNET/H remote I/O module
(1)
System configuration using the High Performance model QCPU
and Universal model QCPU
Main base unit
Power supply
module
CPU module
CPU
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Slot number
Q series large type main base unit
(Q35BL, Q38BL)
or Q series main base unit
(Q3 B, Q3 DB)
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Extension base unit
8
9
10
16
17
11
18
12
19
13
14
15
20
21
22
Q series extension base unit
(Q5 B, Q6 B)
or Q series large type extension base
unit (Q65BL, Q68BL, Q55BL)
23
Q series extension base unit
on which AnS series module
can be mounted
(QA1S5 B, QA1S6 B)
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Q series extension base unit
on which A series module can
be mounted
(QA6 B)
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
QA conversion adapter
+ A/QnA series extension
base unit
(QA6ADP+A5 B/A6 B)
For a combination of the CPU modules and base units, refer to the
"Precautions" section.
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The following table shows restrictions on system configuration.
Maximum number of
extension stages of
extension base units
Q00UCPU, Q01UCPU, Q02UCPU: 4 extension stages
Modules other than the above: 7 extension stages
Maximum number of
mountable I/O
modules
Q00UCPU, Q01UCPU: 24 modules
Q02UCPU: 36 modules
Modules other than the above: 64 modules
Applicable main base
unit model
Q33B, Q35B, Q38B, Q312B, Q35DB, Q38DB,
Q312DB, Q35BL, Q38BL
Applicable extension
base unit model
Model requiring no power
supply module
Q52B, Q55B,
QA6ADP+A5
Model requiring Q series
power supply module
Q63B, Q65B, Q68B, Q612B,
Q65BL, Q68BL
Model requiring no AnS
series power supply module
QA1S51B
Model requiring AnS series
power supply module
QA1S65B, QA1S68B
Model requiring A series
power supply module
QA65B, QA68B,
QA6ADP+A6 B
B, Q55BL
Extension cable
model
QC05B, QC06B, QC12B, QC30B, QC50B, QC100B
Q series power
supply module model
Q61P-A1, Q61P-A2, Q61P, Q61P-D, Q62P, Q63P,
Q64P, Q64PN
AnS series power
supply module model
A1S61PN, A1S62PN, A1S63P
A series power
supply module model
A61P, A61PN, A62P, A63P, A61PEU, A62PEU
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Precautions
• Use extension cable so that the overall extension length can be
within 13.2m (43.31 ft.).
• Do not install the extension cable together with the main circuit
(high voltage and high current) line or bring them close to each
other.
Keep a distance of 100mm (3.94 inch) or more between them.
• Set the number of extension stages so that the number is not
duplicated with another.
• When using extension base units on which AnS/A series
modules can be mounted together with the other units, follow the
instructions described below.
• Connect the units in order of Q5 B/Q6 B
QA1S5 B/
QA1S6 B
QA6 B
QA6ADP+A5 B/A6 B from the
nearest position of the main base unit.
• The QA1S6 B and QA6ADP+A5 B/A6 B cannot be used
together.
• The QA1S51B, which does not have an extension cable
connector (OUT), cannot be used with the QA6 B and
QA6ADP+A5 B/A6 B.
• Assign module I/O number with putting each series in block so
that the order can be "from Q series to A series" or "from A
series to Q series". Failure to do so causes an error "SP.UNIT
LAY ERR." (error code: 2120). In addition, do not duplicate the
I/O number.
• Connect the extension cable from OUT of the extension cable
connector on the base unit to IN of the extension base unit on
the next stage.
• If the number of mounted modules exceeds the maximum
number of mountable I/O modules, an error "SP.UNIT LAY
ERR." (error code: 2124) occurs.
• To construct a multiple CPU system, use a main base unit,
Q3 B or Q3 DB.
• To use the Universal model QCPU with the extension base units
QA1S5 B, QA1S6 B, QA6 B, and QA6ADP+A5 B/A6 B,
use the Universal model QCPU whose serial number (first five
digits) is "13102" or later.
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(2)
Main base unit
System configuration using the MELSECNET/H remote I/O
module
Power supply
module
MELSECNET/H
remote I/O module
CPU
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Slot number
Q series large type main base unit
(Q35BL, Q38BL)
or Q series main base unit
(Q3 B)
Extension base unit
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Q series extension base unit
(Q5 B, Q6 B)
or Q series large type extension base
unit (Q65BL, Q68BL, Q55BL)
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Q series large type extension base
unit (Q65BL, Q68BL, Q55BL)
or Q series extension base unit
(Q5 B, Q6 B)
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Q series extension base unit
(Q5 B, Q6 B)
or Q series large type extension base
unit (Q65BL, Q68BL, Q55BL)
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The following table shows restrictions on system configuration.
Maximum number of
extension stages of
extension base units
7 extension stages
Maximum number of
mountable I/O modules
Applicable main base
unit model
Applicable extension
base unit model
64 modules
Q33B, Q35B, Q38B, Q312B, Q35BL, Q38BL
Model requiring no
power supply module
Q52B, Q55B, Q55BL
Model requiring Q series
power supply module
Q63B, Q65B, Q68B, Q612B,
Q65BL, Q68BL
Extension cable model
QC05B, QC06B, QC12B, QC30B, QC50B, QC100B
Q series power supply
module model
Q61P-A1, Q61P-A2, Q61P, Q61P-D, Q62P, Q63P,
Q64P, Q64PN
Precautions
• Use extension cable so that the overall extension length can be
within 13.2m (43.31 ft.).
• Do not install the extension cable together with the main circuit
(high voltage and high current) line or bring them close to each
other.
Keep a distance of 100mm (3.94 inch) or more between them.
• Set the number of extension stages so that the number is not
duplicated with another.
• Connect the extension cable from OUT of the extension cable
connector on the base unit to IN of the extension base unit on
the next stage.
• If the number of mounted modules exceeds the maximum
number of mountable I/O modules, an error "SP.UNIT LAY
ERR." (error code: 2124) occurs.
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2.2
Precautions for System Configuration
This section explains precautions for using the products.
(1)
A multiple CPU system cannot be constructed using the Q series
large type main base unit.
(2)
To construct a multiple CPU system with the Q series large type
extension base unit, use a main base unit, Q3 B or Q3 DB.
For the configuration of a multiple CPU system, refer to QCPU
User's Manual (Multiple CPU System).
When read the manual, regard the descriptions for the Q5 B/
Q6 B as the ones for the Q5 BL/Q6 BL because the handing
of the Q series large type extension base unit is the same as that
of the Q5 B/Q6 B.
(3)
To mount the Q series module on Q series large type base unit,
always attach the Q series large type blank cover.
(unnecessary for a module mounted on CPU slot and power
supply module.)
(4)
To mount the Q series module between Q series large type I/O
modules, wire the Q series module beforehand.
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(5)
The Q series large type I/O module is larger than A series 32-point
I/O module in depth by 14mm (0.55 inch).Before replacing the A/
QnA series, check if there is enough space for depth.
A series 32-point
I/O module
115
(4.53)
140
(5.51)
(6)
Q series large type
I/O module
129
(5.08) 154
(6.06)
25
(0.98)
25
(0.98)
Unit : mm (inch)
Since the A series and Q series differ in rated output current of
power supply module (24VDC), when the power supply module is
used as external supply power for I/O module with the A series,
another external power supply may be required in replacement
from the A series.
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2.3
Modules that cannot be Mounted on the Q Series Large
Type Base Unit
This section explains modules that cannot be mounted on the Q series
large type base unit.
(1)
Two-slot module
Example Such as Q64TCRTBW, Q64TCTTBW, Q64TCTTBW,
Q64TCTTBWN, QD70D4, QD70D8, QJ71LP21S-25, and
QJ71GP21S-SX
(2)
Module on which the Q series large type blank cover cannot be
attached
• Module whose height exceeds 98mm (3.86 inch)
• Module with a bracket on its top
• Module having a projection (such as a connector) on its bottom
• Module on which the Q7BAT-SET has been mounted
Example Such as Q66AD-DG, Q66DA-G, Q68AD-G, Q68RD3-G,
Q68TD-G-H02, Q64AD2DA, QD75M1, QD75MH1,
QD75M2, QD75MH2, QD75M4, QD75MH4, and the
QJ71WS96 on which the Q7BAT-SET has been mounted
Module with a bracket cannot be mounted.
Two-slot module cannot be mounted.
Module whose height exceeds 98mm cannot be mounted.
Module having a projection (such as a connector) on its bottom
cannot be mounted.
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3. SPECIFICATIONS
3.1
Specifications of the Q Series Large Type Base Unit
The following tables show performance specifications of the Q series
large type base unit.
(1)
Q series large type main base unit
Model
Item
Q35BL
Number of mountable I/O modules
8
Extendability
Extendable
Applicable module
Q series module,
Q series large type I/O module
5 VDC internal current consumption
0.11A
H
External dimensions
W
0.12A
240mm (9.45 inch)
382mm (15.04 inch)
D
480mm (18.90 inch)
110mm (4.33 inch)
Weight
1.87kg
DIN rail installation
(2)
Q38BL
5
2.35kg
Not installable
Q series large type extension base unit (with power supply)
Model
Item
Q65BL
Number of mountable I/O modules
Q68BL
5
8
Extendability
Extendable
Applicable module
Q series module,
Q series large type I/O module
5 VDC internal current consumption
0.11A
H
External dimensions
W
0.12A
240mm (9.45 inch)
352mm (13.86 inch)
D
466mm (18.35 inch)
110mm (4.33 inch)
Weight
1.81kg
DIN rail installation
2.32kg
Not installable
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(3)
Q series large type extension base unit (without power supply)
Model
Item
Q55BL
Number of mountable I/O modules
5
Extendability
Extendable
Applicable module
Q series module,
Q series large type I/O module
5 VDC internal current consumption
External dimensions
3.2
0.10A
H
240mm (9.45 inch)
W
297mm (11.69 inch)
D
110mm (4.33 inch)
Weight
1.59kg
DIN rail installation
Not installable
Specifications of the Q Series Large Type I/O Module
This section explains performance specifications and precautions for
selecting the Q series large type I/O module.
3.2.1
Precautions for selection
(1)
Maximum switching frequency when the module drives Inductive
load.
The maximum switching frequency when output module drives L
load must be on for 1 second or longer and off for 1 second or
longer.
(2)
Precautions for using the contact output module
When using the contact output module, consider the following.
• Relay life (contact switching life)
• Effects to relay life due to connected load
• Measures against back EMF
(a) Relay life (contact switching life)
Applicable module model: QY11AL, QY13L
The relay life depends on the operating environment. Before
using the module, consider the operating environment.
The relay lifes shown in the next page are actual service
values, not guaranteed values. Therefore, replace the module
well in advance as the actual switching life may be shorter
than the switching life.
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200
100
Switching life (10,000 times)
70
50
30
20
30VDC
10
=0ms
120VAC cos
=1
240VAC cos
=1
7
5
30VDC
3
100 to 120VDC
=7 to 40ms
(L/R) :Time constant
:Power factor
cos
2
=7ms
120VAC cos
=0.4
240VAC cos
=0.4
120VAC cos =0.2
30VDC =40ms
240VAC cos
=0.2
1
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.5
0.7
1
2
3
5
Switching current (A)
Operating environment
Switching life
Rated switching voltage/current, rated load
100 thousand times
200VAC 1.5A, 240VAC 1A (COS
200VAC 0.4A, 240VAC 0.3A (COS
200VAC 1A, 240VAC 0.5A (COS
200VAC 0.3A, 240VAC 0.15A (COS
= 0.7)
100 thousand times
= 0.7)
300 thousand times
= 0.35)
100 thousand times
= 0.35)
300 thousand times
24VDC 1A, 100VDC 0.1A (L/R = 7ms)
100 thousand times
24VDC 0.3A, 100VDC 0.03A (L/R = 7ms)
300 thousand times
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Point
When using a module in an application for high switching frequency, the relay
life will be short. Therefore, consider using a triac output module.
(b) Effects to relay life due to connected load
The actual relay life may be much shorter than the relay life
shown above due to the characteristics of inrush current
through the load. ((2)(a) in this section) Also, the inrush current
may cause contact welding.
Take the following measures to prevent shortening of the relay
life and the contact welding.
• Select a load so that the inrush current may be within the
rated current value of the module in consideration of
increase of the inrush current.
• Connect an external relay that can withstand the inrush
current.
The relation between the representative load and the inrush
current is shown to the next page.
Select a load so that the inrush current (i) and the rated current
(io) will be within the rated switching current in specifications of
the module.
The time that the inrush current flows may be long depending
on the load.
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Load type
Signal waveform diagram
Inrush current (i)/
rated current (io)
Load of a solenoid
io
i
Inductive
load
Approx. 10 to
20 times
i: Inrush current
io: Rated current
0.07 to 0.1 seconds
Load of an electromagnetic contactor
i
io
i: Inrush current
io: Rated current
Approx. 3 to
10 times
0.017 to 0.033 seconds
(1 to 2 cycles)
Load of an incandescent bulb
Lamp load
i
Approx. 3 to
10 times
io
i: Inrush current
io: Rated current
Approx. 0.33 seconds
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Load type
Signal waveform diagram
Inrush current (i)/
rated current (io)
Load of a mercury lamp
io
i
Approx. 3 times*1
i: Inrush current
io: Rated current
180 to 300 seconds
(3 to 5 minutes)
Lamp load
Load of a fluorescent
i
io
Within 10 seconds
Approx. 5 to
10 times
i: Inrush current
io: Rated current
Capacitive load*2
Capacitive
load
i
Approx. 20 to
40 times
io
i: Inrush current
io: Rated current
0.008 to 0.33 seconds
(0.5 to 2 cycles)
*1: Typical electric-discharge lamp circuit includes discharge tubes, transformers, choke coils,
and capacitors. Therefore, note that the inrush current may flow 20 to 40 times as large as
the rated current in the case of high power factor and low power impedance.
*2: When the wiring of the circuit is long, take care of the wire capacity.
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(c) Measures against back EMF
Configure a contact protection circuit for extending the contact
life, preventing noise when the contact is cut off, and
suppressing the generation of carbide and nitric acid due to
arc discharge.
An Incorrect contact protection circuit may cause contact
welding.
Also, when using the contact protection circuit, the recovery
time may be long.
The representative examples of the contact protection circuit
are shown below.
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Method for selecting
elements
Circuit example
Capacitor +
Resistor
method
(CR method)
*1
Capacitor
Resistor
Capacitor
Resistor
Inductive
load
Inductive
load
Diode
method
Diode
Diode +
Zener diode
method
Diode
Zener Diode
Inductive
load
Inductive
load
Remarks
Refer to the following
for constants of the
capacitor and
resistor. Note that
the following values
may differ depending
on a nature of the
load and a variation
of characteristics.
• Capacitor :
0.5 to 1 (µF)
against contact
current of 1A
• Resistor :
0.5 to 1 ( )
against contact
voltage of 1V
Use a capacitor
whose withstanding
voltage is 200 to
300V.In AC circuit,
use a capacitor
having no polarity.
If a load is from a
relay or solenoid,
the recovery time
delays.
A capacitor
suppresses electric
discharge while a
contact is off, and a
resistor restricts a
flow of current while
a contact is on.
Use a diode whose
reverse breakdown
voltage is 10 times
as large as the circuit
voltage or more and
whose forward
current is equal to or
more than the load
current.
The recovery time is
later than the CR
method.
Use zener voltage
for the zener diode
equal to or more than
the power supply
voltage.
The diode method is
effective when the
recovery time is too
late.
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Method for selecting
elements
Circuit example
Varistor
method
Remarks
Select a cut voltage
(Vc) for the varistor
to meet the following
condition. Multiply
the value by root two
for use of AC power.
Varistor
Inductive
load
The recovery time
delays slightly.
Vc > Power supply
voltage × 1.5 (V)
Note that when
selecting an element
whose Vc is too high,
its effect will weaken.
*1: When using AC power, impedance of CR must be larger enough than it of the load.
(prevention of a malfunction due to leak current from the CR)
Point
(1)
Avoid providing a contact protection circuits shown below.
These circuit are effective for preventing an arc at shut-off. However, the
contact welding may occur because the charge current flows to
capacitor when the contact turns on or off.
A DC inductive load is usually harder for switching than a resistor load,
but if a proper protection circuit is configured, the performance will be
similar to the resistor load.
Capacitor
(2)
Inductive
load
Capacitor
Inductive
load
A protection circuit must be provided closely to a load or contact
(module). If their distance is far, the protection circuit may not be
effective. Appropriate distance is within 50 cm.
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(3)
Notes on using the triac output module
(a) Measures against back electromotive power
If the wiring to the load is long, take measures against back
electromotive power on the load side as well.
Otherwise, the effect of the surge suppressor in the output
module may be imperfect.
Circuit example
Element selection method
Remarks
The standard capacitor and
resistor constants are
shown below. Note that
they may differ depending
on the load nature and
characteristics variation.
Capacitor +
resistor
method (CR
method)
Capacitor
Resistor
Inductive
load
• Capacitor
0.5 to 1 (µF) with respect When the load is a
to load current 1A
relay solenoid, the
• Resistor
return time is delayed.
0.5 to 1 ( ) with respect
to supply voltage 1V
Use a capacitor with
withstand voltage greater
than the rated voltage.
Use a capacitor without
polarity.
Select the cut voltage of the
varistor so it meets the
following conditions.
Varistor
method
Varistor
Inductive
load
• Vc > supply voltage × 1.5 The return time is
(V) × √2
delayed slightly.
Note that if an element with
too high Vc is selected, the
effect is weakened.
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(4)
Operating altitude
Do not use I/O modules under environment where atmospheric
pressure equal to or higher than 0m (0 ft.) altitude is pressurized.
Doing so may cause a malfunction.
When using them under such environment, please consult your
sales representative.
(5)
Output module with fuse
For wiring and short-circuit current of output module with fuse,
satisfy the following values.
If not satisfied, the fuse cannot protect the module. Then, connect
protection fuse outside.
Item
When a load is 100/200VAC
Wiring length
3m (9.84 ft.) or more
Wire size
2mm2 or less
Transformer capacity
2KVA or less
However, a fuse connected to output module cannot protect
against overload.
As measures against overload, connect a fuse per point outside.
(6)
(7)
Precautions for connecting to the uninterruptible power supply
(UPS)
Use line-interactive UPS whose power distortion is 5% or less.
Do not use an UPS of online commercial feeding system.
Precautions for using the QX11L, QX21L
(a) When setting PLC parameter with GX Developer (SW
GPPW-E), make sure of the following points.
• Always set the I/O assignment type "Input".
• Do not change the response time (default: 10ms)
D5C-
(b) When the QX21L and the power supply module (wide voltage
range from 100 to 240VAC) use the same external power
supply, use the input voltage within the range of 200 to
240VAC.
If a voltage goes below 200VAC(-15%), the input may turn off
while the CPU module continues its operation.
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(8)
Protection functions
The following table describes the overload protection function and
the overheat protection function of the QY51PL.
Function
Overload protection
function*1
Overheat protection
function*1
Description
• If the output module detects overcurrent, it limits output current by
the current limiter operation.*2
• For the overcurrent detection value and the limited current, refer to
"Overload protection function" on specifications of module.
• When the load current become lower than the overcurrent detection
value, the module returns to normal operation.
• If overcurrent keeps flowing due to overload, heat is generated
inside the module. When high heat is detected inside the module,
the output is turned off.
• For the number of output points where the overheat protection
function can be simultaneously activated, refer to "Overheat
protection function" in the specifications table of each module.
• After heat goes down, the module returns to normal operation.
*1: This function is for protecting the internal circuit of the module, not for protecting external
devices.
Also, leaving the failure too long may rise the internal temperature of the module, resulting
in deterioration of output elements and/or discoloration of a case and printed circuit board.
When the failure occurs, turn off the corresponding outputs immediately to remove the
causes.
*2: This operation limits overcurrent to a constant value and keeps outputting it.
(9)
Operating ambient temperature
Use the product within the range of 0 to 55 .
(9)
Température ambiante de fonctionnement
Utiliser ce produit sur une gamme de température entre 0 et 55
(10) Wiring a terminal block
The table below shows applicable solderless terminals connected
to the terminal block. When wiring, use applicable wires and an
appropriate tightening torque.
Use UL listed solderless terminals and, for processing, use a tool
recommended by their manufacturer.
Solderless terminal
Model
Tightening torque
Wire
Diameter
Refer to Section 3.2.2.
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Type
Material
Stranded
Copper
Temperature
rating
75 or more
.
(10) Câblage d'une plaque à bornes
Le tableau ci-dessous indique quelles bornes sans soudure on doit
utiliser pour les raccordements sur la plaque à bornes. Pour le
câblage, utiliser les fils et couples de serrage prescrits.
Utiliser les bornes sans soudure répertoriées par UL et, pour le
montage, utiliser l'outil recommandé par le fabricant de ces
bornes.
Borne sans soudure
Modèle
Couple de serrage
Fil
Diamètre
Se reporter à la section 3.2.2.
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Type
Matériau
Torsadé
Cuivre
Gamme de
température
75
ou plus
3.2.2
Specifications of the Q series large type I/O module
The following table shows performance specifications of the Q series
large type I/O module.
(1)
QX11L AC input module
Model
Item
QX11L
Number of input points
32 points
Insulation method
Photocoupler
Rated input voltage, frequency
100 to 120VAC (+10/-15%), 50/60Hz ( 3Hz)
Input voltage distortion
Within 5%
Rated input current
10mA (100VAC, 60Hz)
Maximum number of simultaneous
input points
60% (20 points) simultaneously on
Inrush current
Maximum 300mA, Within 0.3ms (at 132VAC)
On voltage/On current
80VAC or more/6mA or more
Off voltage/Off current
Input impedance
Response time
30VAC or less/2mA or less
Approx.10k
Off to On
(60Hz), Approx.12k
(50Hz)
15ms or less
On to Off
25ms or less
Dielectric withstand voltage
1780VAC rms/3 cycles
(altitude 2000m (6557.38 ft.))
Common terminal arrangement
32 points/common
(common terminal: TB9, TB18, TB27, TB36)
Operation indication
On indication (LED)
External wiring system
Système de câblage externe
38-point terminal block connector (M3×6 screws)
Connecteur de bornier 38-points (M3×6 vis)
Applicable wire size
Taille du fil à utiliser
0.75 to 2mm2
(Applicable tightening torque 0.68N•m)
0,75 à 2 mm2
(Couple de serrage à appliquer 0,68N•m)
Applicable solderless terminal
Borne sans soudure à utiliser
R1.25-3, R2-3, RAV1.25-3, RAV2-3
R1,25-3, R2-3, RAV1,25-3, RAV2-3
5VDC internal current consumption
75mA (TYP. all points On)
(0.08A is shown on the rating plate of the module.)
External dimensions
220 (8.66) (H) ×37.5 (1.48) (W) ×116.5 (4.59) (D) mm
(inch)
Weight
0.33kg
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Pin
number
Signal
name
Pin
number
Signal
name
Pin
number
Signal
name
Pin
number
Signal
name
TB1
X00
TB11
X09
TB21
X12
TB31
X1B
TB2
X01
TB12
X0A
TB22
X13
TB32
X1C
TB3
X02
TB13
X0B
TB23
X14
TB33
X1D
TB4
X03
TB14
X0C
TB24
X15
TB34
X1E
TB5
X04
TB15
X0D
TB25
X16
TB35
X1F
TB6
X05
TB16
X0E
TB26
X17
TB36
COM
TB7
X06
TB17
X0F
TB27
COM
TB37
Empty
TB8
X07
TB18
COM
TB28
X18
TB38
Empty
TB9
COM
TB19
X10
TB29
X19
-
-
TB10
X08
TB20
X11
TB30
X1A
-
-
External connection
External
switch
TB1
Internal
circuit
TB9
TB18
TB27
TB35
LED
Photocoupler
TB36
100VAC
English
French
English
French
100VAC
100V ca
Empty
Inutilisé
External connection
Connexion externe
External switch
Commutateur externe
Internal circuit
Circuit interne
Photocoupler
Photocoupleur
Pin number
Broche N°
Signal name
Nom de signal
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(2)
QX21L AC input module
Model
Item
QX21L
Number of input points
32 points
Insulation method
Photocoupler
Rated input voltage, frequency
200 to 240VAC (+10/-15%), 50/60Hz ( 3Hz)
Input voltage distortion
Within 5%
Rated input current
10mA (220VAC, 60Hz)
Maximum number of
simultaneous input points
60%(20 points) simultaneously on (at 264VAC,55 )
100%(32 points) simultaneously on (at 264VAC,45 )
Inrush current
Maximum 600mA, Within 0.12ms (at 264VAC)
On voltage*1/On current
160VAC or more/5.5mA or more
Off voltage*1/Off current
Input impedance
Response time
70VAC or less/3.5mA or less
Approx.22k
Off to On
(60Hz), Approx.27k
(50Hz)
15ms or less
On to Off
25ms or less
Dielectric withstand voltage
1500VAC for 1 minute
Common terminal arrangement
32 points/common
(common terminal: TB9, TB18, TB27, TB36)
Operation indication
On indication (LED)
External wiring system
Système de câblage externe
38-point terminal block connector (M3×6 screws)
Connecteur de bornier 38-points (M3×6 vis)
Applicable wire size
Taille du fil à utiliser
0.75 to 2mm2 (Applicable tightening torque 0.68N•m)
0,75 à 2 mm2 (Couple de serrage à appliquer 0,68N•m)
Applicable solderless terminal
Borne sans soudure à utiliser
R1.25-3, R2-3, RAV1.25-3, RAV2-3
R1,25-3, R2-3, RAV1,25-3, RAV2-3
5VDC internal current
consumption
75mA (TYP. all points On)
(0.08A is shown on the rating plate of the module.)
External dimensions
220 (8.66) (H) ×37.5 (1.48) (W) ×116.5 (4.59) (D) mm (inch)
Weight
0.33kg
*1 : When the QX21L and the power supply module (wide voltage range from 100 to 240VAC)
use the same external power supply, use the input voltage within the range of 200 to
240VAC.
If a voltage goes below 200VAC(-15%), the input may turn off while the CPU module
continues its operation.
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Pin
number
Signal
name
Pin
number
Signal
name
Pin
number
Signal
name
Pin
number
Signal
name
TB1
X00
TB11
X09
TB21
X12
TB31
X1B
TB2
X01
TB12
X0A
TB22
X13
TB32
X1C
TB3
X02
TB13
X0B
TB23
X14
TB33
X1D
TB4
X03
TB14
X0C
TB24
X15
TB34
X1E
TB5
X04
TB15
X0D
TB25
X16
TB35
X1F
TB6
X05
TB16
X0E
TB26
X17
TB36
COM
TB7
X06
TB17
X0F
TB27
COM
TB37
Empty
TB8
X07
TB18
COM
TB28
X18
TB38
Empty
TB9
COM
TB19
X10
TB29
X19
-
-
TB10
X08
TB20
X11
TB30
X1A
-
-
External connection
External
switch
TB1
Internal
circuit
TB9
TB18
TB27
TB35
LED
Photocoupler
TB36
200VAC
English
French
English
French
200VAC
200V ca
Empty
Inutilisé
External connection
Connexion externe
External switch
Commutateur externe
Internal circuit
Circuit interne
Photocoupler
Photocoupleur
Pin number
Broche N°
Signal name
Nom de signal
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(3)
QY11AL contact output module
Model
Item
QY11AL
Number of output points
16 points
Insulation method
Photocoupler
Rated switching voltage/current
24VDC 2A(Resistance load)
240VAC 2A(COS =1)
Minimum switching load
/point, 16A/all points
5VDC 1mA
Maximum switching voltage
264VAC 125VDC
Leakage current at Off
0.1mA(at 200VAC 60Hz)
Response time
Off to On
10ms or less
On to Off
12ms or less
Mechanical
20 million times or more
Rated switching voltage/current load 200,000 times or more
200VAC 1.5A, 240VAC 1A (COS
200,000 times or more
Life
Electrical
200VAC 0.75A, 240VAC 0.5A (COS
200,000 times or more
= 0.7)
= 0.35)
24VDC 1A, 100VDC 0.1A (L/R = 7ms)
200,000 times or more
Maximum switching frequency
3600 times/hour
Surge suppressor
varistor(387 to 473V)
Dielectric withstand voltage
1500VAC for 1 minute
Relay socket
None
Common terminal arrangement
All points independent
Operation indication
External supply
power
Voltage
Current
On indication (LED)
24VDC
10% Ripple voltage 4Vp-p or less
150mA (TYP. 24VDC all points On)
External wiring system
Système de câblage externe
38-point terminal block connector (M3×6 screws)
Connecteur de bornier 38-points (M3×6 vis)
Applicable wire size
Taille du fil à utiliser
0.75 to 2mm2 (Applicable tightening torque 0.68N•m)
0,75 à 2 mm2 (Couple de serrage à appliquer 0,68N•m)
Applicable solderless terminal
Borne sans soudure à utiliser
R1.25-3, R2-3, RAV1.25-3, RAV2-3
R1,25-3, R2-3, RAV1,25-3, RAV2-3
5VDC internal current
consumption
130mA (TYP. all points On)
External dimensions
220 (8.66) (H) ×37.5 (1.48) (W) ×116.5 (4.59) (D) mm (inch)
Weight
0.38kg
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Pin
number
TB1
TB2
TB3
TB4
TB5
TB6
TB7
TB8
TB9
TB10
Signal
name
Y00
Y01
Y02
Y03
Y04
Pin
number
TB11
TB12
TB13
TB14
TB15
TB16
TB17
TB18
TB19
TB20
Signal
name
Pin
number
TB21
Y05
TB22
TB23
Y06
TB24
TB25
Y07
TB26
TB27
Y08
TB28
TB29
Y09
TB30
Signal
name
Y0A
Y0B
Y0C
Y0D
Pin
number
TB31
TB32
Signal
name
Y0F
TB33
Empty
TB34
Empty
TB35
Empty
TB36
Empty
TB37
24VDC
TB38
0V
Y0E
-
-
-
-
External connection
TB1
Photocoupler
LED
TB2
Load
External load
power supply
Internal
circuit
TB31
Load
TB32 External load
power supply
TB37
TB38
*1
*1
24VDC External
supply power
*1 The external load power supply
section is as shown below.
100 to 200VAC or 24VDC
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English
100 to 200 VAC or 24VDC
French
100 à 200 V ca ou 24V cc
English
24VDC
French
24V cc
24VDC External supply power
Alimentation externe 24V cc
Empty
Inutilisé
External connection
Connexion externe
Internal circuit
Circuit interne
Load
Charge
External load power supply
Alimentation charge externe
The external load power supply
section is as shown below.
La section alimentation de la charge
Photocoupler
externe est comme représenté ci-dessous.
Photocoupleur
Signal name
Nom de signal
Broche N°
Pin number
32
(4)
QY13L contact output module
Model
Item
QY13L
Number of output points
32 points
Insulation method
Photocoupler
Rated switching voltage/
current
24VDC 2A(Resistance load)
240VAC 2A(COS =1)
/point, 5A/common
Minimum switching load
5VDC 1mA
Maximum switching voltage
264VAC 125VDC
Response time
Off to On
10ms or less
On to Off
12ms or less
Mechanical
20 million times or more
Rated switching voltage/current load
200,000 times or more
Life
Electrical
200VAC 1.5A, 240VAC 1A (COS
200,000 times or more
200VAC 0.75A, 240VAC 0.5A (COS
200,000 times or more
= 0.7)
= 0.35)
24VDC 1A, 100VDC 0.1A (L/R = 7ms)
200,000 times or more
Maximum switching frequency
3600 times/hour
Surge suppressor
None
Dielectric withstand voltage
1500VAC for 1 minute
Relay socket
None
Common terminal
arrangement
8 points/common
(common terminal: TB9, TB18, TB27, TB36)
Operation indication
External supply
power
Voltage
Current
On indication (LED)
24VDC
10% Ripple voltage 4Vp-p or less
290mA (TYP. 24VDC all points On)
External wiring system
Système de câblage externe
38-point terminal block connector (M3×6 screws)
Connecteur de bornier 38-points (M3×6 vis)
Applicable wire size
Taille du fil à utiliser
0.75 to 2mm2 (Applicable tightening torque 0.68N•m)
0,75 à 2 mm2 (Couple de serrage à appliquer 0,68N•m)
Applicable solderless terminal
Borne sans soudure à utiliser
R1.25-3, R2-3, RAV1.25-3, RAV2-3
R1,25-3, R2-3, RAV1,25-3, RAV2-3
5VDC internal current
consumption
230mA (TYP. all points On)
External dimensions
220 (8.66) (H) ×37.5 (1.48) (W) ×116.5 (4.59) (D) mm (inch)
Weight
0.45kg
33
Pin
number
Signal
name
Pin
number
Signal
name
Pin
number
Signal
name
Pin
number
TB1
Y00
TB2
Y01
TB3
Y02
TB4
Y03
TB5
TB6
Signal
name
TB11
Y09
TB21
Y12
TB31
Y1B
TB12
Y0A
TB22
Y13
TB32
Y1C
TB13
Y0B
TB23
Y14
TB33
Y1D
TB14
Y0C
TB24
Y15
TB34
Y1E
Y04
TB15
Y0D
TB25
Y16
TB35
Y1F
Y05
TB16
Y0E
TB26
Y17
TB36
COM 4
TB7
Y06
TB17
Y0F
TB27
COM 3
TB37
24VDC
TB8
Y07
TB18
COM 2
TB28
Y18
TB38
0V
TB9
COM 1
TB19
Y10
TB29
Y19
-
-
TB10
Y08
TB20
Y11
TB30
Y1A
-
-
External connection
Photocoupler
LED
Internal
circuit
TB1
Load
TB8
Load
TB9 External load
power supply
TB10
Load
TB17
Load
TB18 External load
power supply
TB19
Load
TB26
Load
*1
*1
TB27 External load
power supply
TB28
TB35
Load
*1
Load
TB36 External load
power supply
*1
TB37
24VDC External
supply power
*1 The external load power supply
section is as shown below.
TB38
100 to 200VAC or 24VDC
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English
100 to 200 VAC or 24VDC
French
100 à 200 V ca ou 24V cc
English
24VDC
French
24V cc
24VDC External supply power
Alimentation externe 24V cc
Internal circuit
Circuit interne
External connection
Connexion externe
Load
Charge
Photocoupler
External load power supply
Alimentation charge externe
The external load power supply
section is as shown below.
La section alimentation de la charge
Pin number
externe est comme représenté ci-dessous.
Signal name
Nom de signal
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Photocoupleur
Broche N°
(5)
QY23L Triac output module
Model
Item
QY23L
Number of output points
32 points
Insulation method
Photocoupler
Rated load voltage
100 to 240VAC (+10/-15%)
Maximum load voltage
264VAC
Maximum load current
0.6A/point, 2.4A/common
Minimum load voltage/current
24VAC 100mA, 100VAC 10mA, 240VAC 10mA
Maximum inrush current
20A 10ms or less, 8A 100ms or less
Leakage current at Off
1.5mA (for 120VAC, 60Hz),
3mA (for 240VAC, 60Hz)
Maximum voltage drop at On
1.5VAC or less (100 to 600mA),
1.8VAC or less (50 to 100mA),
2VAC or less (10 to 50mA)
Response time
Off to On
1ms or less
On to Off
1ms + 0.5 cycles or less
Surge suppressor
CR absorber (0.022µF + 47
)
Fuse rating
3.2A fast blow fuse (1 fuse/common) type HP-32
Fuse blown indication
Available (LED turns on by fuse blown, and a signal is output
to CPU module.)
Dielectric withstand voltage
1500VAC for 1 minute
Common terminal arrangement
8 points/common
(common terminal: TB9, TB18, TB27, TB36)
Operation indication
On indication (LED)
External wiring system
Système de câblage externe
38-point terminal block connector (M3×6 screws)
Connecteur de bornier 38-points (M3×6 vis)
Applicable wire size
Taille du fil à utiliser
0.75 to 2mm2 (Applicable tightening torque 0.68N•m)
0,75 à 2 mm2 (Couple de serrage à appliquer 0,68N•m)
Applicable solderless terminal
Borne sans soudure à utiliser
R1.25-3, R2-3, RAV1.25-3, RAV2-3
R1,25-3, R2-3, RAV1,25-3, RAV2-3
5VDC internal current
consumption
590mA (TYP. all points On)
External dimensions
220 (8.66)(H) ×37.5 (1.48) (W) ×116.5 (4.59) (D) mm (inch)
Weight
0.45kg
36
Pin
number
Signal
name
Pin
number
Signal
name
Pin
number
Signal
name
Pin
number
Signal
name
TB1
Y00
TB11
Y09
TB21
Y12
TB31
Y1B
TB2
Y01
TB12
Y0A
TB22
Y13
TB32
Y1C
TB3
Y02
TB13
Y0B
TB23
Y14
TB33
Y1D
TB4
Y03
TB14
Y0C
TB24
Y15
TB34
Y1E
TB5
Y04
TB15
Y0D
TB25
Y16
TB35
Y1F
TB6
Y05
TB16
Y0E
TB26
Y17
TB36
COM 4
TB7
Y06
TB17
Y0F
TB27
COM 3
TB37
Empty
TB8
Y07
TB18
COM 2
TB28
Y18
TB38
Empty
TB9
COM 1
TB19
Y10
TB29
Y19
-
-
TB10
Y08
TB20
Y11
TB30
Y1A
-
-
External connection
Photocoupler
LED
TB1
Load
TB8
Load
TB9
Triac
TB10
Surge supressor
TB17
Internal
circuit
Load
100 to 200VAC
Load
TB18
TB19
Load
TB26
Load
100 to 200VAC
TB27
Fuse blown
detection
circuit
Fuse blown
LED
TB28
Load
TB35
Load
100 to 200VAC
TB36
100 to 200VAC
Fuse 3.2A
English
French
English
French
100 to 200 VAC
de 100 à 200 V ca
Empty
Inutilisé
External connection
Connexion externe
Internal circuit
Circuit interne
Fuse blown detection circuit
Circuit de détection de fusible grillé
Fuse 3.2A
Fusible 3,2A
Fuse blown LED
LED fusible grillé
Load
Charge
Surge supressor
Limiteur de surtension
Photocoupler
Photocoupleur
Pin number
Broche N°
Signal name
Nom de signal
Triac
Triac
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(6)
QY51PL transistor output module (Sink type)
Model
Item
QY51PL
Number of output points
32 points
Insulation method
Photocoupler
Rated load voltage
12 to 24VDC (+20/-15%)
Maximum load voltage
0.5A/point, 4A/common
Maximum inrush current
Current is limited by the overload protection function.
Leakage current at Off
0.1mA or less
Maximum voltage drop at On
0.2VDC (TYP.) 0.5A, 0.3VDC (MAX.) 0.5A
Response
time
Off to On
0.5ms or less
On to Off
1ms or less (rated load, resistance load)
Surge suppressor
Zener diode
Fuse
None
Voltage
External
supply power
Current
Dielectric withstand voltage
Insulation resistance
12 to 24VDC (+20/-15%) (ripple ratio within 5%)
8mA/common (24VDC all points On)
560VAC rms/3 cycles (altitude 2000m)
10M
or more by insulation resistance tester
Common terminal arrangement
16 points/common
Number of occupied I/O points
32 points (I/O allocation: output 32 points)
Protection
function
Overload
protection
function
Limited current when detecting overcurrent (overload
protection) : 1.5 to 3.5A/point
Activated in increments of 1 point.
(
Section 3.2.1 (8))
Overheat
protection
function
Activated in increments of 1 point.
(
Section 3.2.1 (8))
Operation indication
On indication (LED)
External wiring system
Système de câblage externe
38-point terminal block connector (M3×6 screws)
Connecteur de bornier 38-points (M3×6 vis)
Applicable wire size
Taille du fil à utiliser
0.75 to 2mm2 (Applicable tightening torque 0.68N•m)
0,75 à 2 mm2 (Couple de serrage à appliquer 0,68N•m)
Applicable solderless terminal
Borne sans soudure à utiliser
R1.25-3, R2-3, RAV1.25-3, RAV2-3
R1,25-3, R2-3, RAV1,25-3, RAV2-3
5VDC internal current
consumption
100mA (TYP. all points On)
External dimensions
220 (8.66)(H) ×37.5 (1.48) (W) ×116.5 (4.59) (D) mm (inch)
Weight
0.28kg
38
Pin
number
Signal
name
Pin
number
Signal
name
Pin
number
Signal
name
Pin
number
Signal
name
TB1
Y00
TB11
Y0A
TB21
Y12
TB31
Y1C
TB2
Y01
TB12
Y0B
TB22
Y13
TB32
Y1D
TB3
Y02
TB13
Y0C
TB23
Y14
TB33
Y1E
TB4
Y03
TB14
Y0D
TB24
Y15
TB34
Y1F
TB5
Y04
TB15
Y0E
TB25
Y16
TB35
12/24VDC
TB6
Y05
TB16
Y0F
TB26
Y17
TB36
0V
TB7
Y06
TB17
12/24VDC
TB27
Y18
TB37
Empty
TB8
Y07
TB18
0V
TB28
Y19
TB38
Empty
TB9
Y08
TB19
Y10
TB29
Y1A
-
-
TB10
Y09
TB20
Y11
TB30
Y1B
-
-
External connection
Photocoupler
LED
Photocoupler
LED
Constant-voltage
circuit
Internal
circuit
Photocoupler
TB1
Load
TB16
Load
TB17
TB18
TB19
Photocoupler
TB34
Constant-voltage
circuit
12/24VDC
Load
Load
TB35
TB36
12/24VDC
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English
French
English
French
12/24 VDC
12/24 V cc
Empty
Inutilisé
Constant-voltage circuit
Circuit à tension constante
External connection
Connexion externe
Internal circuit
Circuit interne
Load
Charge
Photocoupler
Photocoupleur
Pin number
Broche N°
Signal name
Nom de signal
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3.3
Specifications of the Q Series Large Type Blank Cover
The following table shows performance specifications of the Q series
large type blank cover.
Model
Item
QG69L
External dimensions
108 (4.25) (H) ×37.5 (1.48) (W) ×54 (2.13) (D) mm (inch)
Weight
0.03kg
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4. PARTS NAMES
4.1
Parts Names
This section explains the part names of the Q series large type base
unit, Q series large type I/O module, and Q series large type blank
cover.
(1)
Part names of the Q series large type base unit
The following explains part names of the Q series large type base
unit.
4)
5)
1)
2)
3)
6)
9)
Number
7) 8)
Name
Description
1)
Extension cable
connector
Connector for connecting an extension cable (for signal
communications with the extension base unit)
2)
Cover
Protective cover of extension cable connector
3)
Module connector
Connector for mounting power supply module, CPU module,
Q series large type I/O module, MELSEC-Q series module
4)
Module fixing
screw hole
Screw hole for fixing a module to the Q series large type base
unit
Screw size: M3×12 screws
5)
Base mounting
hole
Hole for installing the Q series large type base unit on a panel
such as control panel
(The dimensions are the same as the MELSEC-A series
base unit.)
6)
Fixture
Required for mounting the Q series large type I/O module.
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Number
Name
Description
7)
Module bottom
fixing screw hole
Screw hole for fixing the bottom of the Q series large type I/
O module to a fixture
Screw size: M3×15 screws
8)
Module fixing hole
Hole for inserting a fixing projection on the back of the Q
series large type I/O module to fix the module
9)
Relay terminal
block mounting
screw hole
Screw hole for fixing a relay terminal block
Screw size: M4 screw
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(2)
Part names of the Q series large type I/O module
The following explains part names of the Q series large type I/O
module.
8)
(Only QY23L)
5)
1)
2)
3)
9)
(Only QY23L)
6)
3)
4)
7)
Number
Name
Description
1)
Module fixing hook
Hook for fixing a module to the Q series large type base
unit (one-touch installation)
2)
I/O indicator LED
LED for indicating the on/off status of input and output
Turns on when input and output are on.
3)
Terminal block
mounting screw hole
Screw hole for fixing a terminal block to a module
4)
Module bottom fixing
screw
Screw for fixing the bottom of the input module or output
module (M3×15 screws)
5)
Module fixing screw
Screw for fixing a module to the Q series large type base
unit (M3×12 screws)
6)
Bracket
Do not touch as this may be deformed.
7)
Module fixing projection
Projection for fixing a module to the fixture of the Q
series large type base unit
8)
Fuse blown indicator
LED
LED for indicating fuse blown status Turns on when a
fuse has blown.
9)
Dustproof cover for
fuse replacement
window
Dusfproof cover for attachment to fuse replacement
window
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(3)
Part names of the Q series large type blank cover
The following explains part names the Q series large type blank
cover.
1)
3)
2)
QG69L
Number
Name
Description
1)
Top fixing hook
Hook for fixing the Q series large type blank cover to the
Q series module top
2)
Bottom fixing hook
Hook for fixing the Q series large type blank cover to the
Q series module bottom
3)
Module fixing screw
Screw for fixing a module to the Q series large type base
unit (M3×12 screws)
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5. MOUNTING AND INSTALLATION
5.1
Handling Precautions
This section explains handling precautions for the Q series large type
base unit and Q series large type I/O module.
(1)
Do not disassemble the Q series large type base unit since it is
precision apparatus.
(2)
When handling the Q series large type base unit, hold it by the
handles located at both sides of the module, not by a fixture.
(3)
The Q series large type base unit cannot be installed to DIN rail.
Install it to a control panel by tightening screws through the base
mounting holes to the control panel.
(4)
Always mount power supply module on the Q series large type
extension base unit excluding the Q55BL.
When the load of a module used is light, the module may operate
without power supply module; however, the operation cannot be
guaranteed because of its instability.
(5)
Tighten the fixture attachment screws, module fixing screws, and
terminal block screws within the following range.
Location of screw
Fixture attachment screw (M4×10 screws)
Tightening torque range
1.39 to 1.89N•m
Module fixing screw (M3×12 screws)
0.36 to 0.48N•m
Module bottom fixing screw (M3×15 screws)
0.36 to 0.48N•m
I/O module terminal block screw (M3×6 screws)
0.43 to 0.57N•m
I/O module terminal block fixing screw (M4×16 screws)
1.02 to 1.38N•m
(6)
Do not install the extension cable together with the main circuit
(high voltage and high current) line or bring them close to each
other.
Keep a distance of 100mm (3.94 inch) or more between them.
(7)
Mounting modules
When installing the programmable controller in a control panel,
fully consider its operability, maintainability, and environmental
resistance. Securely mount all the MELSEC-Q series modules
used on the base unit. For details on the mounting method, refer to
the QCPU User's Manual (Hardware Design, Maintenance and
Inspection).
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(7)
5.2
Montage des modules
Pour installer l'automate programmable dans un tableau de
commande, prendre en compte tous les aspects d'opérabilité, de
maintenabilité et de résistance à l'environnement. Monter
fermement sur l'unité de base tous les modules de la série
MELSEC-Q à utiliser. Pour le détail de la méthode de montage,
voir le QCPU User's Manual (Hardware Design, Maintenance and
Inspection) (Manuel de l'utilisateur QCPU (conception du matériel,
maintenance et inspection)).
Precautions for Installing the Q series Large Type Base
Unit
(1)
Module installation position
Indicates the panel top, wiring
duct, or any assembly.
Q series large type
extension base
Q series large type
main base
80mm (3.15 inch)
or more
Parallel installation
Indicates the panel top, wiring
duct, or any assembly.
Q series large type
main base
80mm (3.15 inch)
or more
Q series large type
extension base
Duct (height 50mm
(1.97 inch) or less)
*1
Serial installation
*1 : 20mm (0.79 inch) or more is required when connecting extension cable without removing
adjacent modules.
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(2)
Module installation direction
(a) install the programmable controller in the direction shown
below to ensure ventilation for heat dissipation.
(b) Do not install it in the directions shown below.
Vertical position
Horizontal position
(3)
Install the base unit on a flat surface.
When the base unit is installed on an uneven surface, the printedcircuit board may be strained, resulting in a malfunction.
(4)
Do not install the programmable controller together with a vibration
source such as a large electromagnetic contactor or non-fuse
breaker. Install the programmable controller to the separate panel
or isolate it as far as possible.
(5)
Provide the following distances between the programmable
controller and devices (contactor and relay) to avoid the influence
of radiated noise or heat.
• Device installed in front of the programmable controller:
100mm (3.94 inch) or more
• Device installed on either side of the programmable controller:
50mm (1.97 inch) or more
50mm (1.97
inch) or more
50mm (1.97
inch) or more
100mm (3.94
inch) or more
Contactor,
relay, etc.
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5.3
Attaching a Fixture to the Q Series Large Type Base Unit
(1)
The following shows a procedure for attaching a fixture to the Q
series large type base unit.
Fix a fixture so that it can fit
to the fixture attachment
guide at the bottom of the Q
series large type base unit.
(Set the fixture so that the
side on which a seal is
affixed can be the front.)
Fixture
Q series large type
base unit
Seal
2)
Fixture attachment
4) screw hole (outside)
Tighten fixture attachment
screws on the Q series large
type base unit by four places
in the order from 1) to 4).
1)
3)
Fixture attachment guide
End
Fixture attachment screw hole (inside)
Point
1.
2.
Before installing the Q series large type base unit to a control panel,
attach a fixture to the base unit.
Attach a fixture to the Q series large type base unit with screws as
shown below.
• Tightening the inside fixture attachment screws (Figure 1)
Insert a driver (100mm (3.94 inch) or more) from square holes at the
both top sides of the fixture and tighten the screws.
• Tightening the outside fixture attachment screws (Figure 2)
Tighten them from outside of the fixture.
(Figure 1)
(Figure 2)
Driver
98mm
(3.86 inch)
(2)
Driver
98mm
(3.86 inch)
When removing the fixture from the Q series large type base unit,
make sure that the fixture attachment screws are completely loose
beforehand.
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5.4
Mounting/Removing Modules
This section explains procedures for mounting/removing the Q series
large type I/O module and Q series module on/from the Q series large
type base unit.
5.4.1
(1)
Mounting/removing the Q series large type I/O
module
The following shows a procedure for mounting the Q series large
type I/O module on the Q series large type base unit.
Insert the module fixing
projections (two places) into
module fixing holes on the fixture
attached to the Q series large
type base unit.
To mount Q series large type I/O
module on the Q series large type base
unit, push the module in the direction of
the arrow while using the module fixing
hole as a supporting point.
After checking that the Q series
large type I/O module is fully
inserted into the Q series large
type base unit, fix the module
with module fixing screws and
module bottom fixing screws.
Q series large
type I/O module
Module
connector
Fixture
Module
fixing hole
Module fixing projection (two places)
Q series large
type base unit
Module
connector
End
Q series large
type base unit
Q series large
type base unit
Module fixing screw
Q series large
type I/O module
Fixture
Module bottom
fixing screw
Point
1.
2.
3.
Always insert the module fixing projections of the Q series large type I/O
module into the module fixing holes. Forced mounting without inserting
the projections may damage the module connector and/or Q series
large type I/O module.
When mounting the Q series large type I/O module on the Q series large
type base unit, tighten module fixing screws and module bottom fixing
screws.
When mounting the renewal tool on the left of the QY23L, always mount
the QY23L first.
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(2)
The following shows a procedure for removing the Q series large
type I/O module from the Q series large type base unit.
Remove the module fixing screws
and module bottom fixing screws.
Hold the Q series large type I/O
module with both hands and
push the module fixing hook at
the module top with a finger until
it stops.
Push the module fixing hook
while using the module bottom
as a supporting point, and pull
the Q series large type I/O
module forward.
Pull the module fixing
projections out of the module
fixing holes while lifting the Q
series large type I/O module.
Push.
Module fixing
hook
Q series large
type base unit
Module
connector
Lift the module.
Q series large
type I/O module
Fixture
Module fixing hole
End
Point
1.
2.
To remove the Q series large type I/O module, always loosen the
module fixing screws and module bottom fixing screws first, and then
pull the module fixing projections out of the module fixing holes.
Forced removal of the module may damage the module fixing
projections.
When the renewal tool is mounted on the left of the QY23L, always
remove the renewal tool first.
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5.4.2
Attaching/removing the dustproof cover for fuse
replacement window (QY23L only)
When mounting the QY23L on the Q series large type base unit in the
following conditions, attach the supplied dustproof cover for fuse
replacement window.
• Mounting the Q series module on the I/O slot immediate left of a slot
where the QY23L is to be mounted
• Mounting the QY23L on the I/O slot leftmost on the Q series large
type base unit
Not attaching the dustproof cover for fuse replacement window may
cause an entry of foreign matter inside the module, resulting in a failure.
(1)
Attachment
As shown below, insert the left side of dustproof cover for fuse
replacement window first, and then push the two clicks on the
dustproof cover into the module side.
(Make sure to attach it without a lift.)
QY23L
Click
Dustproof cover for fuse
replacement window
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(2)
Removal
As shown below, lift the dustproof cover for fuse replacement
window while pressing the two clicks on the dustproof cover in the
direction of the arrows.
QY23L
Click
Dustproof cover for fuse
replacement window
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5.4.3
(1)
Mounting/removing the Q series module
The following shows procedures for mounting the Q series module
on the Q series large type base unit.
(a) Attaching the Q series large type blank cover
The following shows a procedure for attaching the Q series
large type blank cover to the Q series module.
Hitch the module fixing part
at the bottom of the Q series
large type blank cover to the
slit at the bottom of the Q
series module so that the
back faces of the blank cover
and module can contact.
Push the top of the Q series
large type blank cover
toward the Q series module
side, and hitch the top fixing
hook to the slit at the top of
the Q series module.
End
Q series module
(Bottom view)
Q series large type
blank cover
Module fixing part
Q series large type
blank cover
Top fixing hook
Back face
Q series module
Point
When mounting the Q series module with Q series large type blank cover on
the Q series large type base unit, always tighten the module fixing screws of
the Q series large type blank cover.
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(b) Removing the Q series large type blank cover
To remove the Q series large type blank cover from the Q
series module, remove the bottom fixing hook first.
(c) Mounting to/removal from the Q series large type base unit
For procedures of mounting/removing the Q series module on/
from the Q series large type base unit, refer to the following
manual.
QCPU User's Manual (Hardware Design, Maintenance
and Inspection)
5.5
Attaching/Removing the Terminal Block
This section explains the methods for attaching/removing the A series
38-point terminal block to/from the Q series large type I/O module.
(1)
Attaching the terminal block
Attach the A series 38-point terminal block to the Q series large
type I/O module and tighten the terminal block fixing screws by the
top and bottom of the terminal block with the specified torque
range.
0
A
L
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
L
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
1
0
B
L
2
1
2
4
3
4
6
5
6
8
7
L
10
8
9
12
A
B
14
C
D
16
E
F
18
20
22
TRIAC /240V
AC100
0.6A
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
38
(2)
Removing the terminal block
Loose the terminal block fixing screws at the top and bottom of the
terminal block and remove the terminal block.
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6. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
6.1
Replacing Output Module Fuse
Even if a fuse is not blown, the element is gradually deteriorated due to
inrush current; therefore, it should be replaced at regular intervals.
• When replacing a fuse, use the specified fuse.
CAUTION
(For the fuse, refer to Section 3.2.2.)
Using high capacity fuse or an electric wire may cause
a fire.
The procedure for replacing a fuse is as follows.
Fuse replacement
Fuse
Switch the RUN/STOP key
switch on CPU module to STOP.
Turn off external power supply on
output side.
Mount it on the output module
side. *2
Remove output module from
base unit. *1
YES
Remove the dustproof cover
for fuse replacement window
on the output module side. *2
Disconnect a fuse from fuse
socket.
Connect new fuse to the fuse
socket.
NO
YES
Power off the programmable
controller.
Is dustproof
cover for fuse replacement
window attached?
Mount the
dustproof cover for fuse
replacement window.
Mount the output module on the
base unit. *3
NO
Power on the programmable
controller.
Turn on the external power
supply on the output side.
Fuse socket
Switch the RUN/STOP key
switch on the CPU module to
RUN.
Monitor SM60 to check
on/off status.
ON
Monitor the bit that is on from
special registers SD1300
to SD1331 and check the
corresponding output module.
OFF
End
*1 : When the renewal tool is mounted on the left of output module, always remove the renewal
tool first.
*2 : For attaching/removing dustproof cover for fuse replacement window, refer to Section 5.4.2.
*3 : When mounting the renewal tool on the left of output module, always mount the output
module first.
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6.2
Battery Replacement
When replacing batteries used for CPU module (SRAM card), Web
server module, MES interface module, be sure of the following.
(1)
The Web server module and MES interface module cannot replace
a battery with Q series large type blank cover mounted.
Replace the battery after removing the blank cover.
For replacement procedure of batteries, refer to the User's Manual
for each module.
(2)
If modules having larger depth than the CPU module are mounted
on the both adjacent slots, using the following tweezers are
recommended for replacing SRAM card battery.
Product
Model
Plastic tweezers
NK-2539
Manufacturer
Mitsubishi Electric System
& Service Co., Ltd.
For replacement procedure of SRAM card battery, refer to the
following manual.
QCPU User's Manual (Hardware Design, Maintenance
and Inspection)
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7. I/O MODULE TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter explains possible problems with I/O circuits and their
corrective actions.
7.1
Input Circuit Troubleshooting
This section explains possible problems with input circuits and their
corrective actions.
Number
Status
Cause
Example 1
• Leakage current of input switch
(such as a drive with
contactless switch).
Input signal
does not turn
off.
AC input
C
Input
module
Leakage
current
Power
supply
Corrective action
• Connect an appropriate resistor
so that the voltage across the
terminals of the input module
will be less than the off voltage.
AC input
C
R
Input
module
Using 0.1 to 47µF + 47 to 120
(1/2W) as the constant of the
capacitor and resistor is
recommended.
Example 3
Example 2
• Drive with a limit switch with
neon lamp
Input signal
does not turn
off.
Input signal
does not turn
off.
• Same as Example 1
• Separate the circuit and create
another display circuit.
• Leakage current due to line
capacity of wiring cable
(Line capacity C of twisted pair
cable is approximately 100 pF/
m).
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• Same as Example 1
(However, leakage current is
not generated when the power
supply is on the input device
side as shown below.)
7.2
Output Circuit Troubleshooting
This section explains possible problems with output circuits and their
corrective actions.
Number
Status
Cause
• When a load is half-wave
rectified inside
(This status is typical of some
solenoids.)
Output
module
D1
[1]
Example 1
Load
Excessive
voltage is
applied to a
load when
output turns
off.
[2]
• When the polarity of the power
supply is [1], the capacitor is
charged. When the polarity is
[2], the voltage charged in
capacitor + the power supply
voltage is applied to both sides
of D1. The maximum value of
the voltage is approximately
2.2E.
(This usage does not pose
problems to the output
components but may
deteriorate the diode built in the
load, causing burnout, etc.)
Example 2
• Leakage current due to the
built-in surge suppressor
A load does
not turn off.
(triac output)
Output
module
Load
Leakage current
Corrective action
• Connect a resistor of several
tens of k to several hundreds
of k to both sides of the load.
Resistor
Load
• Connect a resistor to both sides
of the load.
(If the wiring from the output
module to the load is long, be
careful since there may be a
leakage current due to line
capacity.)
Resistor
Load
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Example 3
Number
Status
Cause
• Leakage current due to load
surge suppressor.
A load turns
off with a
delay. (triac
output)
Output
module
C
R
High-frequency
current
Load
Corrective action
• Remove the surge suppressor
from both sides of the load and
leave the resistor.
(If the wiring from the output
module to the load is long, be
careful since there may be a
leakage current due to line
capacity.)
Resistor
Example 4
Load
When a load
is CR timer,
time period
fluctuates.
(triac output)
• Connect a resistor to both sides
of CR timer.
(If the wiring from the output
module to the load is long, be
careful since there may be a
leakage current due to line
capacity.)
Output
module
CR
timer
Leakage current
Resister
Example 5
CR
timer
Load is not
turned off
(triac output)
• When the load current is equal
to or under the minimum load
current of the output module,
the triac does not operate and
the load current flows to the
phototriac as shown by an
arrow in the following figure. If
an inductive load is connected
under this condition, surge
current at OFF time is applied to
the phototriac and the load may
not be turned off.
Also, even when the load
current is greater than the
minimum load current, the load
may not be turned off if the load
current is 25mA or less.
Surge suppressor
Triac output module
Phototriac
Control
circuit
Load
Triac
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Recommended resistance
At 100VAC:
5 to 10k , 5 to 3W
At 200VAC:
10 to 20k , 15 to 10W
Calculate the
constant of the
resistor by a load.
• Connect a resistor to both ends
of the load so that greater
current than the minimum load
current flows.
Resistor
Load
[Example of countermeasure]
When load current 100mA is
used, the resistance is
determined as 1k from the
following formula.
Resistance = 100VAC (output
voltage/100mA = 1k
Number
Status
Cause
Corrective action
Action 1: Check that the rise time
of the external power supply is
10ms or more. And then, install a
switch (SW1) for turning on or off
external power supply to the
primary side of it.
Example 6
Secondary
An incorrect output occurs due to
Primary side
Output module
side
floating capacitance(C) between
External
External power
power supply
supply terminal
collector and emitter of
SW1
Programmable
photocoupler.
controller
When a high sensitivity load (such
as solid state relay) is used, this
Action 2: When installing the SW1
incorrect output may occur.
to the secondary side of it is
Output module
required, make the rise time to
Photocoupler
10ms or more and connect a
C
Tr1
Ic
Y0
capacitor and resistor as shown
below.
Load
A load
momentarily
turns on
when
powering on
the external
power supply
(transistor
output).
Y0
12/24VDC
Constant-voltage
circuit
SW
COM
24VDC
Load
When the rise time of voltage of
the external power supply is 10ms
or less, current (Ic) flows to gate of
transistor (Tr1) of next stage due
to floating capacitance (C)
between collector and emitter of
photocoupler. Then, output Y0
turns on for approx. 100µs.
SW: External
power supply
(24VDC) at ON
10ms or less
R1
12/24VDC
C1
SW
COM
24VDC
R1: Several tens of ohms
Power capacity (external power
sup ply current*1)2 ×
resistance value × (3 to 5)*2
Example R1= 40 , C1= 300 F
-6
Time constant = C1 R1= 300 10 40
-3
=12 10 [s]
=12[ms]
Output Y0
Approx.100 s
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*1
Check the consumption current of
the external power supply for
modules used.
*2
Select the power capacity of
resistance to be 3 to 5 times lager
than the actual power
consumption.
Number
Status
Cause
Corrective action
Take one of two actions shown
below.
Action 1: To suppress the back
EMF, connect a diode to 3)
parallel to the load where back
EMF is generated.
Example 7
Sink type
output
A load
momentarily
turns on from
off when the
system is
powered off
(transistor
output).
When an inductive load is
connected, 2) Load may turn on
from off due to a diversion of back
EMF at 1) Shutoff.
Transistor
output module
Sink type output
ON
Back EMF
3)
Load
Y0
2)
OFF
Y1
Load
Back EMF
Load
Action 2: Configure another
current path by connecting a
diode across positive and
negative of the external power
supply. When taking the action
described in "A load momentarily
turns on when powering on the
external power supply" (Example
5) at a time, connect a diode
parallel to C1 and R1.
Sink type output
ON
Back EMF
Load
Y0
3)
2)
12/24VDC
1) Shut off
OFF
Load
Y1
COM
R1
12/24VDC
COM
D1 1)
Shut off
C1
D1 is in the following status.
Reverse voltage VR
Approximately 10 times
(VRM)
higher than the rated
voltage in the
specifications
Approximately 200V
Example 24VDC
Forward current IF
(IFM)
More than twice as
much as the maximum
load current (common)
in the specifications
Example 2A/1 common 4A or more
Example 8
The polarity of the external power
supply is connected in reverse.
Transistor
The load
output module
Load
operates due
Y0
Incorrect Correct
to powering
External
power
on the
supply
external
Connect the polarity correctly.
COM
power
Output element
supply.
protection diode
(transistor
When the polarity is connected in
output)
reverse, current may flow across
an output element protection
diode.
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8. EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS
The following shows external dimensions diagrams of the Q series large
type base unit, Q series large type I/O module, Q series large type blank
cover.
8.1
Q Series Large Type Base unit
(1)
Q35BL
56(2.21)
4 mounting screws (M5 14)
12
(0.47)
30(1.18)
240(9.45)
200(7.87)
Handle
362(14.25)
382(15.04)
10
110(4.33) (0.39)
10
(0.39)
2-M4 screw hole
Unit : mm (inch)
(2)
Q38BL
56(2.21)
4 mounting screws (M5 14)
12
(0.47)
240(9.45)
30(1.18) 200(7.87)
Handle
460(18.11)
480(18.90)
10
(0.39)
2-M4 screw hole
110(4.33)
10
(0.39)
Unit : mm (inch)
63
(3)
Q65BL
56(2.21)
4 mounting screws (M5 14)
12
(0.47)
240(9.45)
30(1.18) 200(7.87)
Handle
332(13.07)
352(13.86)
10
(0.39)
110(4.33)
10
(0.39)
2-M4 screw hole
Unit : mm (inch)
(4)
Q68BL
56(2.21)
4 mounting screws (M5 14)
12
(0.47)
30(1.18)
240(9.45)
200(7.87)
Handle
110(4.33)
10
(0.39)
446(17.56)
466(18.35)
10
(0.39)
2-M4 screw hole
Unit : mm (inch)
64
(5)
Q55BL
56(2.21)
4 mounting screws (M5 14)
12
(0.47)
30(1.18)
240(9.45)
200(7.87)
Handle
110(4.33)
277(10.91)
297(11.69)
10
(0.39)
10
(0.39)
Unit : mm (inch)
65
Q Series Large Type I/O Module
(1)
QX11L, QX21L, QY11AL, QY13L, QY23L, QY51PL
109.5(4.31)
220(8.66)
8.2
116.5(4.59)
5
(0.20)
37.5(1.48)
Unit : mm (inch)
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8.3
Q Series Large Type Blank Cover
QG69L
108(4.25)
2
(0.08)
(1)
QG69L
37.5(1.48)
54(2.13)
2
(0.08)
90(3.54)
Unit : mm (inch)
67
Memo
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WARRANTY
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Mitsubishi; machine damage or lost profits caused by faults in the Mitsubishi products; damage,
secondary damage, accident compensation caused by special factors unpredictable by
Mitsubishi; damages to products other than Mitsubishi products; and to other duties.
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