CVM1 From CV

CVM1 From CV
CV/CVM1
Replacement Guide
From CV/CVM1 to CJ2
About this document
This document provides the reference information for replacing CV/CVM1 PLC systems with CJ2 series PLC.
This document does not include precautions and reminders ;please read and understand the important precautions
and reminders described on the manuals of PLCs (both of PLC used in the existing system and PLC you will use to
replace the existing PLC) before attempting to start operation.
Related Manuals
CPU Units
Man.No.
W472
Model
CJ2H-CPU6□-EIP
Manual
CJ2 CPU Unit Hardware USER'S MANUAL
CJ2H-CPU6□
CJ2-CPU□□
W473
CJ2H-CPU6□-EIP
CJ2 CPU Unit Software USER'S MANUAL
CJ2H-CPU6□
CJ2M-CPU□□
W486
CJ2M-CPU□□+CH2M-MD21□
CJ2M Pulse I/O Module USER'S MANUAL
W394
CS1G/H-CPU□-EV1
CS/CJ/NSJ Series PROGRAMMING MANUAL
CS1G/H-CPU□□H
CS1D-CPU□□H
CS1D-CPU□□S
CJ1H-CPU□□H-R
CJ1G-CPU□□
CJ1G/H-CPU□□H
CJ1G-CPU□□P
CJ1M-CPU□□
W474
CS1G/H-CPU□□H
CS/CJ/NSJ Series INSTRUCTIONS REFERENCE MANUAL
CS1G/H-CPU□□-V1
CS1D-CPU□□H
CS1D-CPU□□S
CJ1H-CPU□□H-R
CJ1G/H-CPU□□H
CJ1G-CPU□□P
CJ1M/G-CPU□□
NSJ□-□□□□(B)-□□□
W342
CS1G/H-CPU□□H
CS/CJ/CP/NSJ Series Communications Commands REFERENCE MANUAL
CS1G/H-CPU□□-V1
CS1D-CPU□□H
CS1D-CPU□□S
CS1W-SCU□□-V1
CS1W-SCB□□-V1
CJ1H-CPU□□H-R
CJ1G/H-CPU□□H
CJ1G-CPU□□P
CJ1M/G-CPU□□
CJ1W-SCU□□-V1
CP1H-X□□□□-□
CP1H-XA□□□□-□
CP1H-Y□□□□-□
NSJ□-□□□□(B)-□□□
W202
W195
CVM1
CVM1/CV Series CV500/CV1000/CV2000/ CVM1 OPERATION MANUAL Ladder
CV500/CV1000/CV2000/
Diagrams
CVM1
CV-series CV500/CV1000/CV2000/CVM1 Programmable Controllers INSTALLATION
CV500/CV1000/CV2000/
GUIDE
CVM1D
CVM1D Duplex System Programmable Controllers INSTALLATION GUIDE
W351
CVM1D
CVM1D Duplex System Programmable Controllers OPERATION MANUAL
W227
CV500/CV1000/
FINS Commands Reference Manual
W350
C200H/C1000H/C2000H/3G8F5
W203
CV Series
CV Series Getting Started Guidebook
Special I/O Units
Man.No.
W396
Model
CJ1W-TC□□□
Manual
CJ Series Temperature Control Units OPERATION MANUAL
W401
CJ1W-CT021
CJ Series High-speed Counter Units OPERATION MANUAL
W397
CJ1W-NC□□3
CJ Series Position Control Units OPERATION MANUAL
W477
CJ1W-NC□□4
CJ Series Position Control Units OPERATION MANUAL
W345
CS1W-AD0□□-V1/-AD161
CS/CJ Series Analog I/O Units OPERATION MANUAL
CS1W-DA0□□
CS1W-MAD44
CJ1W-AD0□□-V1/-AD042
CJ1W-DA0□□/-DA042V
CJ1W-MAD42
W368
CS1W-PTS□□
CS/CJ Series Analog I/O Units OPERATION MANUAL
CS1W-PTW□□
CS1W-PDC□□
CS1W-PTR□□
CS1W-PPS□□
CS1W-PMV□□
CJ1W-PTS□□
CJ1W-PDC□□
CJ1W-PH41U
W426
CS1W-NC□71
CS/CJ Series Position Control Units OPERATION MANUAL
CJ1W-NC□71(-MA)
W435
CS1W-MCH71
CS/CJ series Motion Control Units OPERATION MANUAL
CJ1W-MCH71
W336
CS1W-SCB□□-V1
CS/CJ Series Serial Communications Boards Serial Communications Units
CS1W-SCU□□-V1
OPERATION MANUAL
CJ1W-SCU□□-V1
W440
CS1W-FLN22
CS/CJ Series FL-net Units OPERATION MANUAL
CJ1W-FLN22(100BASE-TX)
V236
CS1W-SPU01
CS/CJ Series SPU Units OPERATION MANUAL
CS1W-SPU02-V2
CJ1W-SPU01-V2
V237
WS02-SPTC1-V2
SPU-Console OPERATION MANUAL
W206
CV500-BSC11/21/31/41/51/61
CVM1/CV Series BASIC Units OPERATION MANUAL
W207
CV500-BSC11/21/31/41/51/61
CVM1/CV Series BASIC Units REFERENCE MANUAL
W254
CV500-MC221/421
CVM1/CV Series Motion Control Unit OPERATION MANUAL:INTRODUCTION
W255
CV500-MC221/421
CVM1/CV Series Motion Control Unit OPERATION MANUAL:DETAILS
Network Communications Units
Man.No.
W309
Model
CS1W-CLK23
Manual
Controller Link Units OPERATION MANUAL
CS1W-CLK21-V1
CJ1W-CLK23
CJ1W-CLK21-V1
C200HW-CLK21
CVM1-CLK21
CQM1H-CLK21
CS1W-RPT0□
W370
CS1W-CLK13
Optical Ring Controller Link Units OPERATION MANUAL
CS1W-CLK12-V1
CVM1-CLK12(H-PCF Cable)
CS1W-CLK53
CS1W-CLK52-V1
CVM1-CLK52(GI Cable)
W465
CS1W-EIP21
CS/CJ Series EtherNet/IP Units OPERATION MANUAL
CJ1W-EIP21
CJ2H-CPU6□-EIP
CJ2M-CPU3□
W420
CS1W-ETN21
CS/CJ Series Ethernet Units OPERATION MANUAL Construction of Networks
CJ1W-ETN21 (100Base-TX)
W421
CS1W-ETN21
CS/CJ Series Ethernet Units OPERATION MANUAL Construction of Applications
CJ1W-ETN21(100Base-TX)
W456
CS1W-CRM21
CS/CJ Series CompoNet Master Units OPERATION MANUAL
CJ1W-CRM21
W457
CRT1
CRT1 Series CompoNet Slave Units and Repeater Unit OPERATION MANUAL
W380
CS1W-DRM21-V1
CS/CJ Series DeviceNet Units OPERATION MANUAL
W267
CS1W/CJ1W/C200HW
CJ1W-DRM21
DeviceNet OPERATION MANUAL
DRT1/DRT2
GT1
CVM1
W266
C200HW-SRM21-V1
CompoBus/S OPERATION MANUAL
CS1W-SRM21
CJ1W-SRM21
CQM1-SRM21-V1
SRT1/SRT2
W379
CVM1-DRM21-V1
DeviceNet Master Units OPERATION MANUAL
C200HW-DRM21-V1
W205
CV500-LK201
CVM1/CV Series OPERATION MANUAL: Host Link System,
CV500-LK201 Host Link Unit
W213
CV500-SNT31
CV-series SYSMAC NET Link SYSTEM MANUAL
W242
CV500-ETN01
CV-Series Ethernet System Manual
W244
CV500-TDL21
CV-Series Temperature Controller Data Link Unit OPERATION MANUAL
W212
CV500-SLK11/21
CV-series SYSMAC LINK System Manual
W204
CV500-RM211/221
SYSMAC BUS/2 CV-series Remote I/O SYSTEM MANUAL
W348
DRT1-COM
CV500-RT211/221
DeviceNet MULTIPLE I/O TERMINAL OPERATION MANUAL
GT1
W434
CVM1-LK401
CV/CVM1 Series PC Link Unit OPERATION MANUAL
Support Software
Man.No.
Model
Manual
W463
CXONE-AL□□C-V4
CX-One FA Integrated Tool Package SETUP MANUAL
W446
CXONE-AL□□D-V4
CX-Programmer OPERATION MANUAL
W447
CX-Programmer OPERATION MANUAL : Function Blocks/Structured Text
W469
CX-Programmer OPERATION MANUAL SFC Programming
W366
CX-Simulator OPERATION MANUAL
W464
CX-Integrator OPERATION MANUAL
W344
CX-Protocol OPERATION MANUAL
W433
CX-Position OPERATION MANUAL
W436
CX-Motion-NCF OPERATION MANUAL
W448
CX-Motion-MCH OPERATION MANUAL
W222
CVM1-PRS21-EV1
CVM1/CV-series Programming Console OPERATION MANUAL
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if you have any questions or comments.
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CV/CVM1 Replacement Guide
From CV/CVM1 to CJ2
Table of Contents
1.
Work flow...............................................................................................................................................................2
2.
Selecting the model...............................................................................................................................................3
3.
Reading data from CV/CVM1 ...............................................................................................................................6
4.
Converting the program for CJ..............................................................................................................................8
5.
Writing data to CJ................................................................................................................................................10
6.
Appendix .............................................................................................................................................................12
Appendix A: Instruction conversion by the Change Model function of CX-Programmer ........................................12
Appendix B: Difference in data area allocation.......................................................................................................14
Appendix C: Difference in the PLC setting methods...............................................................................................15
Appendix D: Corresponding Input / Output Units....................................................................................................18
1
1.
Work flow
This section describes the flow of work you have to follow when you replace CV/CVM1 CPU Units with CJ-series
CPU Units. Read the reference pages for details.
1) Preliminary Steps: Take the following steps before starting the replacement work.
Description
Start
Selecting the model
Preparing Units
Reading PLC data
Converting and
modifying data
Select the corresponding CJ-series Units, support
software and connecting cables to be used for
replacing CV/CVM1 with CJ. Some CV/CVM1 models
can be used with CJ, while the others cannot. Read the
reference pages to understand recommended models
and precautions and select a model.
Reference pages
2. Selecting the model
Obtain the selected CJ-series Units, support software
and connecting cables.
Load the program, I/O Memory and other settings from the
CV/CVM1 using the programming software and connecting
cable.
3. Reading data from
CV/CVM1
Convert the data read from CV/CVM1 for CJ.
Most of the data can be automatically converted while some
instructions are not. It depends on the used instructions or
the Unit model. Refer to the reference pages and modify the
data and program manually.
4. Converting and
changing the program for
CJ
Continue actual replacement work
2) Actual replacement work flow: The following flow shows the procedure taken to replace the CV/CVM1 to CJ.
Description
Replacing Units
Wiring
Writing data to CJ
Checking operation
Completing the
replacement
2
Replace the CV/CVM1 Units with the prepared CJ
Units.
* Refer to the CJ2 Series CPU Unit Hardware User’s
Manual (Cat. No. W472) and User’s manual for
Special I/O Units and CPU Bus Units for details about
installation.
Reference page
Related manuals
Wire the installed Units.
* Refer to the CJ2 Series CPU Unit Hardware User’s
Manual (Cat. No. W472) and User’s manual for
Special I/O Units and CPU Bus Units for details about
installation.
Transfer the converted data from CV/CVM1 to CJ. To
see if the wires are properly connected, operate inputs
and outputs and check the signals.
4. Writing the data to CJ
Turn on the power and check the operation.
1. If production is conducted between the time from when the data was read and when it was
written, the present value in the program could be changed. Upload the data right before the
replacement work, modify it (if necessary), and download it to the new PLC.
2. The cycle times of CV/CVM1 and of CJ are different, which may affect system operation.
Adjust the cycle time from the PLC settings. Some system configuration requires additional
program. Add the program, if necessary.
2.
Selecting the model
Outline of the system configuration
SYSMAC Support Software
PC
CX-Programmer
PC
CX-Programmer
CJ
CV/CVM1
CV/CVM1/C500
CJ Expansion
Expansion
The table below lists the models of CV/CVM1 series Units and corresponding models of CJ-series Units. Select a
CJ series model which is compatible with or one with similar specification to the CV/CVM1 series model you use.
Refer to the following manual for details of each model.
CJ2 Series CPU Unit Hardware User’s Manual (Cat. No. W472)
CPU Rack
Unit name
CPU Units
CV/CVM1 series
CV500-CPU01(-V1)
CVM1-CPU01(-V1/V2)
CVM1-CPU11(-V1/V2)
CV1000-CPU01(-V1)
CV2000-CPU01(-V1)
CVM1-CPU21(-V1/V2)
Memory card
HMC-ES[][][] (SRAM)
HMC-EE[][][] (EEP-ROM)
HMC-EP[][][] (EP-ROM)
Expansion Data Memory CV1000-DM641 (64 KW)
CV1000-DM151 (128 KW)
CV1000-DM251 (256 KW)
Power Supply Units
CV500-PS221
CVM1-PA208
CV500-PS211
CPU Backplanes
Expansion Units
(I/O Control Units)
Electrical Isolation
Sleeve
(CV500-ATT04/ATT05)
CV500-BC031 (3 slots)
CV500-BC053 (5 slots)
CV500-BC101 (10 slots)
CVM1-BC053 (5 slots)
CVM1-BC103 (10 slots)
CV500-IC101
CV500-IC201
CV500-IC301
CV500-ATT04
CV500-ATT05
CJ-series
CJ2M-CPU14 to 15
CJ2M-CPU34 to 35
CJ2H-CPU64
CJ2H-CPU64-EIP
CJ2M-CPU15
CJ2M-CPU35
CJ2H-CPU64 to 65
CJ2H-CPU64 to 65-EIP
HMC-EF[][][]
Unnecessary
CJ1W-PA205R
CJ1W-PA205C
CJ1W-PA202
CJ1W-PD025
CJ1W-PD022
Unnecessary
CJ1W-IC101
Unnecessary
Description
UM: CJ2M: 30K to 60K steps,
CJ2H: 50K steps
DM+EM: 160K words
Number of expansions: 3 max.
UM: CJ2M: 60K steps
CJ2H: 50K to 100K steps.
DM+EM: 160K words
Number of expansions: 3 max.
Flash memory type only for CJ
CJ-series CPU Units have built-in EM Area.
The memory capacity is different by models.
Select CPU Units with enough memory capacity.
AC type
Note: The Power Supply Units with a RUN Output have “-R” at the end of their model No.
DC type
Note: No RUN Output type provided.
The CJ series does not use backplane in its configuration. However, attach an End Cover
(CJ1W-TER01 that is attached to the CPU Unit to the right end of the CPU Rack).
The Unit is necessary when you use an expansion rack with CJ-series.
The total extension length is 12 m or less.
Note: No expansion exceeding 12 m is allowed.
The noise-preventing spacer is unnecessary for CJ, because CJ Units are installed by isolating from
the control panel.
3
Expansion Rack
Unit name
Power Supply Units
CJ-series
CJ1W-PA205R
CJ1W-PA205C
CJ1W-PA202
CV500-PS211
CJ1W-PD025
CJ1W-PD022
Backplanes
<CPU Expansion Backplanes> Unnecessary
(Expansion Backplanes) CV500-BI111 (11 slots)
<I/O Expansion Backplane>
CV500-BI042 (4 slots)
CV500-BI062 (6 slots)
CV500-BI112( 11 slots)
CVM1-BI064 (6 slots)
CVM1-BI114 (4 slots)
< I/O Backplanes for C500 >
C500-BI[][][]
Expansion Units
CV500-II101
CJ1W-II101
(I/O Interface Units)
CV500-II201
C500-II002
Connecting Cables for
< CPU Bus Cables >
< CJ/CS I/O Connecting
Expansion Backplanes CV500-CN311 (30 cm)
Cables >
CV500-CN611 (60 cm)
CS1W-CN313 (30 cm)
CS1W-CN713 (70 cm)
CS1W-CN223 (2 m)
< I/O Cables >
< CJ/CS I/O Connecting
CV500-CN312 (30 cm)
Cables >
CV500-CN612 (60 cm)
CS1W-CN313 (30 cm)
CV500-CN122 (1 m)
CS1W-CN713 (70 cm)
CV500-CN222 (2 m)
CS1W-CN223 (2 m)
CV500-CN322 (3 m)
CS1W-CN323 (3 m)
CV500-CN522 (5 m)
CS1W-CN523 (5 m)
CV500-CN132 (10 m)
CS1W-CN133 (10 m)
CV500-CN232 (20 m)
CS1W-CN133-B2 (12 m)
CV500-CN332 (30 m)
CV500-CN432 (40 m)
CV500-CN532 (50 m)
< I/O Cables (for connecting < CJ/CS I/O Connecting
single Expansion I/O Rack via Cables >
Backplanes) >
CS1W-CN313 (30 cm)
CV500-CN413 (40 cm)
CS1W-CN713 (70 cm)
CV500-CN613 (60 cm)
CS1W-CN223 (2 m)
Electrical Isolation
Sleeve
(CV500-ATT04/ATT05)
CV/CVM1 series
CV500-PS221
CVM1-PA208
< I/O Cables for C500 >
C500-CN312N (30 cm)
C500-CN512N (50 cm)
C500-CN812N (80 cm)
C500-CN122N (1 m)
C500-CN222N (2 m)
CV500-ATT04
CV500-ATT05
Description
AC type
Note: RUN Output cannot be used on Expansion Racks.
DC type
Note: No RUN output type provided..
The CJ series does not use backplane in its configuration. However, attach an End Cover
(CJ1W-TER01 that is attached to the I/O Interface Unit) to the right end of the Expansion Rack.
The Unit is necessary when you use an expansion rack with CJ-series.
The total extension length is 12 m or less.
Note: No expansion exceeding 12 m is allowed.
The cable connects a CJ-series CPU Rack or Extension Rack with another Expansion Rack.
With CV/CVM1, you have to connect two cables between a CPU Unit and a CPU Expansion Rack:
one is this connecting cable and the other is an I/O Cable.
With CS/CJ, you need only one cable, i.e. an I/O Connection Cable for CS/CJ.
With the CJ series, an I/O Interface Unit is always necessary to use an Expansion Rack.
With the CJ series, an I/O Interface Unit is always necessary to use an Expansion Rack.
< CJ/CS I/O Connecting With the CJ series, an I/O Interface Unit is always necessary to use an Expansion Rack.
Cables >
CS1W-CN313 (30 cm)
CS1W-CN713 (70 cm)
CS1W-CN223 (2 m)
Unnecessary
The noise-preventing spacer is unnecessary for CJ, because CJ Units are installed by isolating from
the control panel.
I/O Units & Special I/O Units
Unit name
Basic I/O Units
Special I/O Units
4
CV/CVM1 series
C500-ID/IA/IM[][][]
C500-OD/OC/OA[][][]
C500-MD[][][]
C500-[][][][]
CJ-series
CJ1W-ID/IA/IM[][][]
CJ1W-OD/OC/OA[][][]
CJ1W-MD[][][]
CJ1W-[][][][]
Description
Use CJ-series Basic I/O Units.
The terminal block wirings and input/output specifications are different.
Use CJ-series Special I/O Units.
Replacement in this method involves change of the terminal block wirings and internal specifications.
Communications Unit
Unit name
Special Units for
communication
CV/CVM1 series
[ SYSMAC LINK ]
Coaxial: CV500-SLK21
Optical Fiber Cable:
CV500-SLK11
[ SYSNET ]
CV500-SNT31
[ Controller Link ]
Wire: CVM1-CLK21
Optical Fiber Cable:
CVM1-CLK12/52
[ Host Link ]
CV500-LK201
RS232C×1,
RS232C/RS422 switchable
×1
[ PC Link ]
CVM1-LK401
[ DeviceNet ]
CVM1-DRM21(-V1)
[ SYSMAC BUS ]
Wire: C500-RM201.
Optical Fiber Cable:
C500-RM001-(P)(V1)
[ SYSMAC BUS/2 ]
Wire:
CV500-RM221 master
CV500-RT221 slave
Optical Fiber Cable:
CV500-RM211 master
CV500-RT211 slave
CJ-series
[ SYSMAC LINK ]
None
[ Controller Link ]
Wire: CJ1W-CLK23
Optical Fiber Cable: None
[ SYSNET ]
None
[ Controller Link ]
Wire: CJ1W-CLK23
Optical Fiber Cable: None
[ Controller Link ]
Wire: CJ1W-CLK23
Optical Fiber Cable: None
Description
SYSMAC LINK cannot be used with CJ-series CPU Units. We recommend you to use the Controller
Link instead.
Refer to Controller Link Units OPERATION MANUAL (Cat. No. W309) for details.
[ Serial Communication Unit ]
CJ1W-SCU21-V1(RS232×2)
CJ1W-SCU31-V1 (RS422/485
× 2),
CJ1W-SCU41-V1
(RS232×1, RS422/485 × 1)
[ PC Link ]
None
[ Controller Link ]
Wire: CJ1W-CLK23
Optical Fiber Cable: None
[ DeviceNet ]
CJ1W-DRM21
You have to change connecting cables and connectors, or modify related areas such as status area.
Refer to SYSMAC CS/CJ Series Serial Communications Board Serial Communications Unit
OPERATION MANUAL (Cat No. W336) for details.
[ SYSMAC BUS ]
None
[ CompoNet ]
CJ1W-CRM21
or
[ DeviceNet)
CJ1W-DRM21
or
[ CompoBus/S ]
CJ1W-SRM21
[ SYSMAC BUS/2 ]
None
[ CompoNet ]
CJ1W-CRM21
or
[ DeviceNet ]
CJ1W-DRM21
or
[ CompoBus/S ]
CJ1W-SRM21
SUSMAC BUS cannot be used with CJ-series CPU Units. We recommend you to replace with other
remote Unit (CompoNet, DeviceNet or CompoBus/S) instead.
Refer to CompoNet Master Units OPERATION MANUAL (Cat. No. W456) and CRT1 Series
CompoNet Slave Units and Repeater Units OPERATION MANUAL (Cat. Not. W457) for details of
CompoNet.
Refer to CS/CJ Series DeviceNet Units OPERATION MANUAL (Cat. No. W380) for details of
DeviceNet.
Refer to CompoBus/S OPERATION MANUAL (Cat. No. W266) for details of CompoBus/S.
SYSNET cannot be used with CJ-series CPU Units. We recommend you to use the Controller Link
instead.
Refer to Controller Link Units OPERATION MANUAL (Cat. No. W309) for details.
You have to modify related areas such as status.
Refer to Controller Link Units OPERATION MANUAL (Cat. No. W309) for details.
PC Link cannot be used with CJ-series CPU Units. We recommend you to use the Controller Link
instead.
Refer to Controller Link Units OPERATION MANUAL (Cat. No. W309) for details.
You have to modify I/O allocation areas.
Refer to DeviceNet Unit OPERATION MANUAL (Cat. No. W380) for details.
SUSMAC BUS/2 cannot be used with CJ-series CPU Units. We recommend you to replace with other
remote Unit (CompoNet, DeviceNet or CompoBus/S) instead.
Refer to CompoNet Master Units OPERATION MANUAL (Cat. No. W456) and CRT1 Series
CompoNet Slave Units and Repeater Units OPERATION MANUAL (Cat. Not. W457) for details of
CompoNet.
Refer to CS/CJ Series DeviceNet Units OPERATION MANUAL (Cat. No. W380) for details of
DeviceNet.
Refer to CompoBus/S OPERATION MANUAL (Cat. No. W266) for details of CompoBus/S.
Support software and Programming devices
Product Name
Support software
CV/CVM1 series
CV Support Software
SYSMAC Support Software
CX-Programmer
CJ-series
[ CJ2H ]
CX-Programmer Ver.8.0 or
higher
[ CJ2M ]
CX-Programmer Ver.9.1 or
higher
Description
Only CX-Programmer can be used with CJ-series CPU Units.
CX-Programmer is included in Omron CX-One FA integrated Tool Package.
Factory intelligent
terminal
PLC-PC connecting
cable
Programming Console
(Connecting cable)
FIT10
FIT20
CV500-CIF01
None
Use commercially available personal computers.
USB cable on the market
(A connector - B Connector)
None
Use a cable (no longer than 5 m) for USB2.0.
CV500-PRS21
(CV500-CN[][]4)
Programming Console cannot be used with CJ2-series CPU Unit.
Use CX-Programmer.
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3.
Reading data from CV/CVM1
Use the CX-Programmer, and read the ladder programs, PLC settings and Data Memory from the CV/CVM1.
Required items
Support software
(PC)
CX-One (CXONE-AL[][]C-V[], CXONE-AL[][]D-V[])
Or,
CX-Programmer (WS02-CXPC[]-V[])
CV500-CIF01
+
Conversion connector of D-SUB25 pin (female)-9 pins (female)
+
CS1W-CIF31
Connecting cable
PC
CV/CVM1
CX-Programmer
Connecting cable,
CV500-CIF01
D-SUB 25 pins - 9 pins
conversion,
CS1W-CIF31
Peripheral port
(1) Mount the peripheral interface (CV500-CIF01) to the CV/CVM1 CPU unit, and connect it with the personal
computer.
(2) Start up the CX-Programmer. (From the Windows Start menu, select All Programs - OMRON - CX-One CX-Programmer - CX-Programmer.)
(3) Select CV500, CV1000, CV2000, CVM1 or CVM1-V2 for the Device Type. (Select File – New to show the
below dialog box.) (The following example selects CVM1-CPU21-V2.)
(4) Connect the PLC and the CX-Programmer online. (Select PLC - Work Online)
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(5)
Load ladder programs, PLC setting and I/O table from the CV/CVM1. (Select PLC – Transfer – From PLC
to PC.) Click the OK Button to read them.
(6) Load the PLC memory data (Data Memory). (Select PLC – Edit - Memory.)
Scroll and check all the areas. Press the Transfer From PLC Button to start loading.
(7) Make the CX-Programmer offline. (Select PLC – Work online)
(8) Save the program by specifying the project name. (Select File - Save As)
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4.
Converting the program for CJ
On the CX-Programmer, convert the program for CJ.
(1) Start the CX-Programmer, and open the program file for CV/CVM1. (Select File - Open)
(2) Change the Device Type from CV/CVM1 to CJ2. (Select PLC - Change Model to show the below dialog box.)
* Keep the data loaded from CV/CVM1 when you change the model to convert the program. The only data that
can be converted is ladder program. The others will be cleared to default state.
(3) The instructions are converted. The Output Window shows the conversion results. Double-click an error
shown on the Output Window to jump to the corresponding section of the ladder program.
Errors and warnings at conversion will be displayed.
Double-click an error or a warning to jump to the
corresponding rung section.
Some instructions can not be converted. In that case, modify the ladder program according to the procedures
in Appendix A. Instruction conversion by the Change Model function of CX-Programmer. You can check the
program by selecting Program - Compile. The Output Window shows the checking results. Be sure to execute
the Program Check because there is an instruction to which an error is not displayed when the model is
changed.
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(4) The PLC memory data cannot be maintained when the PLC model is changed. Open the PLC Memory
windows for both CV/CVM1 and CJ-series PLCs, and copy the necessary memory data after conversion.
Select necessary data on the PLC Memory window of
CV/CVM1 CPU Unit, and paste it on the PLC memory window
of CJ-series CPU Unit.
(5) CV/CVM1 and CJ-series are different in the I/O allocation. Refer to Appendix B. Difference in data area
allocation, and modify the ladder program.
(6) CV/CVM1 and CJ-series are different in a part of PLC setting. Refer to Appendix C. Change in PLC settings,
and change the PLC settings.
(7) Check the program. If an error is detected, correct it. (Select Program - Compile (Program Check))
(8) Save the program by specifying the project name. (Select File - Save As)
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5.
Writing data to CJ
Transfer the converted and modified programs, PLC settings and data memory to CJ-series CPU Unit.
Required items
Support software
(PC)
Connecting cable
PC
CX-One
CXONE-AL[][]C-V[]/ AL[][]D-V[]
(CX-Programmer)
Commercially available USB cable
CX-Programmer
Connecting cable,
USB cable on the
market
CJ2H
CJ2M
Peripheral port
(1) Connect the CJ and the PC.
(2) Start up the CX-Programmer, and open the program file for CJ that you converted or changed.
(3) Connect the CJ and CX-Programmer online.
(4) Transfer the ladder program. (Select PLC - Transfer – To PLC.) Select the checkbox for Program. Press the
OK Button to start transfer.
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(5) Transfer the PLC memory (Select D (Data Memory)). (Select PLC – Edit – Memory.)
(6) Make the CX-Programmer offline.
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6.
Appendix
Appendix A:
Instruction conversion by the Change Model function of CX-Programmer
(1) The data type of operand is changed from BCD to BIN data for some instructions.
(2) The number of operands is changed for some instructions.
(3) Interrupt control instructions must be changed. (Use MSKS, MSKR, CLI, DI, and EI.)
Refer to the table below for detail. The table contains only the instructions whose states will differ by conversions.
The other instructions are converted in the same state. Due to difference in CPU Unit versions or CX-Programmer
versions, however, a part of these instructions can not be converted or cause different operations. Be sure to read
the following related manuals and to perform operation tests to confirm that there is no problem.
SYSMAC CS/CJ/NSJ Series INSTRUCTIONS REFERENCE MANUAL (Cat. No. W474)
CJ2 CPU Unit Software USER’S MANUAL (Cat. No. W473)
CS/CJ/NJS PROGRAMMING MANUAL (Cat. No. W394)
CX-Programmer Ver9.[] OPERATION MANUAL SFC Programming (Cat. No. W469)
CV/CVM1 instruction
JMP(4)
STEP(8)
CJ-series Instruction
JMP(4) or
JMP0(515)
JME(5) or
JME0(516)
STEP(8)
SNXT(9)
SNXT(9)
EQU(25)
MOVQ(37)
XFER(40)
MOVB(42)
DIST(44)
COLL(45)
BXFR(46)
SETA(47)
=(300)
MOV(21)
XFERC(565)
MOVBC(568)
DISTC(566)
COLLC(567)
None
SETA(530)
RSTA(48)
RSTA(531)
NSFL(54)
NSFL(578)
NSFR(55)
NSFR(579)
NASL(56)
NASL(580)
NASR(57)
NASR(581)
NSLL(58)
NSLL(582)
NSRL(59)
NSRL(583)
ADD(70)
SUB(71)
MUL(72)
DIV(73)
ADDL(74)
SUBL(75)
MULL(76)
DIVL(77)
ADB(80)
SBB(81)
MLB(82)
DVB(83)
ADBL(84)
SBBL(85)
MLSL(86)
DVBL(87)
INC(90)
DEC(91)
INCB(92)
DECB(93)
INCL(94)
DECL(95)
INBL(96)
DCBL(97)
BCNT(114)
+BC(406)
-BC(416)
*B(424)
/B(434)
+BCL(407)
-BCL(417)
*BL(425)
/BL(435)
+C(402)
-C(412)
*U(422)
/U(432)
+CL(403)
-CL(413)
*UL(423)
/UL(433)
++B(452)
--B(454)
++(448)
--(450)
++BL(453)
--BL(455)
++L(449)
--L(451)
BCNTC(621)
JME(5)
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Operand
If the operand data is #0, this instruction is automatically converted to JMP0, and the operand data is
deleted. In other cases, the operation remains the same.
If the operand data is #0, this instruction is automatically converted to JME0, and the operand data is
deleted. In other cases, the operation remains the same.
The operand data must be set by Work Area (WR) or Index Resistors (indirect).
Change the operand.
The operand data must be set by Work Area (WR) or Index Resistors (indirect).
Change the operand.
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
This instruction is not supported. Consider programming with the XFER instruction.
The data types of the 2nd and 3rd operands are changed from BCD to BIN. For a constant, the #
mark is converted to & mark. To use word data, change the data type of word from BCD to BIN.
The data types of the 2nd and 3rd operands are changed from BCD to BIN. For a constant, the #
mark is converted to & mark. To use word data, change the data type of word from BCD to BIN.
The data types of the 2nd and 3rd operands are changed from BCD to BIN. For a constant, the #
mark is converted to & mark. To use word data, change the data type of word from BCD to BIN.
The data types of the 2nd and 3rd operands are changed from BCD to BIN. For a constant, the #
mark is converted to & mark. To use word data, change the data type of word from BCD to BIN.
The data type of the 2nd operand is changed from BCD to BIN. For a constant, the # mark is
converted to & mark. To use word data, change the data type of word from BCD to BIN.
The data type of the 2nd operand is changed from BCD to BIN. For a constant, the # mark is
converted to & mark. To use word data, change the data type of word from BCD to BIN.
The data type of the 2nd operand is changed from BCD to BIN. For a constant, the # mark is
converted to & mark. To use word data, change the data type of word from BCD to BIN.
The data type of the 2nd operand is changed from BCD to BIN. For a constant, the # mark is
converted to & mark. To use word data, change the data type of word from BCD to BIN.
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Number of Operands
Changes from 1 to 0, or
remains the same.
Changes from 1 to 0, or
remains the same.
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
CV/CVM1 instruction
LINE(115)
CJ-series Instruction
LINE(63)
COLM(116)
COLM(64)
TCNT(123)
TSR(124)
None
TSR(780)
TSW(125)
TSW(781)
SSET(160)
SSET(630)
SRCH(164)
SRCH(181)
MAX(165)
MAX(182)
MIN(166)
MIN(183)
SUM(167)
SUM(184)
EMBC(171)
EMBC(281)
REGL(175)
REGS(176)
FPD(177)
None
None
FPD(269)
FILR(180)
FILW(181)
FILP(182)
FLSP(183)
IOSP(187)
None
None
None
None
None
IORS(188)
None
IODP(189)
READ(190)
None
None
WRIT(191)
None
MSG(195)
MSG(46)
TOUT
SA(210)
None
SA(784)
SP(211)
SR(212)
SF(213)
SE(214)
None
None
None
SE(785)
SOFF(215)
CJP(221)
None
CJP(510)
CJPN(222)
CJPN(511)
CNR(236)
CNR(545)
PID(270)
PID(190)
RD2(280)
None
WR2(281)
None
TST(350)
TST(350)
TSTN(351)
TSTN(351)
Operand
The data type of the 2nd operand is changed from BCD to BIN. For a constant, the # mark is
converted to & mark. To use word data, change the data type of word from BCD to BIN.
The data type of the 2nd operand is changed from BCD to BIN. For a constant, the # mark is
converted to & mark. To use word data, change the data type of word from BCD to BIN.
This instruction is not supported. Consider programming with the CNT instruction.
The data specification of the operand is different. Refer to the SYSMAC CS/CJ/NSJ Series
INSTRUCTIONS REFERENCE MANUAL (Cat No. W474), and correct the data.
The data specification of the operand is different. Refer to the SYSMAC CS/CJ/NSJ Series
INSTRUCTIONS REFERENCE MANUAL (Cat No. W474), and correct the data.
The data specification of the operand is different. Refer to the SYSMAC CS/CJ/NSJ Series
INSTRUCTIONS REFERENCE MANUAL (Cat No. W474), and correct the data.
The data specification of the operand is different. Refer to the SYSMAC CS/CJ/NSJ Series
INSTRUCTIONS REFERENCE MANUAL (Cat No. W474), and correct the data.
The data specification of the operand is different. Refer to the SYSMAC CS/CJ/NSJ Series
INSTRUCTIONS REFERENCE MANUAL (Cat No. W474), and correct the data.
The data specification of the operand is different. Refer to the SYSMAC CS/CJ/NSJ Series
INSTRUCTIONS REFERENCE MANUAL (Cat No. W474), and correct the data.
The data specification of the operand is different. Refer to the SYSMAC CS/CJ/NSJ Series
INSTRUCTIONS REFERENCE MANUAL (Cat No. W474), and correct the data.
The data type of operand is changed from BIN data to BCD. For a constant, the # mark is converted
to & mark. To use word data, change the data type of word from BCD to BIN.
This instruction is not supported. Consider programming with another data transfer instruction.
This instruction is not supported. Consider programming with another data transfer instruction.
The data specification of the operand is different. Refer to the SYSMAC CS/CJ/NSJ Series
INSTRUCTIONS REFERENCE MANUAL (Cat No. W474), and correct the data.
This instruction is not supported. Consider programming with the FREAD instruction.
This instruction is not supported. Consider programming with the FWRIT instruction.
This instruction is not supported. Consider the online editing or so.
This instruction is not supported. Consider the online editing or so.
This instruction is not supported. Consider selecting “Normal” for the Execution Mode of CS/CJ.
(Select “Normal”.for the Execution mode on Peripheral Service tab on the PLC Settings window.).
This instruction is not supported. Consider selecting “Normal” for the Execution Mode of CS/CJ.
(Select “Normal”.for the Execution mode on Peripheral Service tab on the PLC Settings window.).
This instruction is not supported. Consider displaying on a touch panel or so.
This instruction is not supported. Consider programming with the IORD instruction.
The data of the Special I/O Unit is reflected directly in the I/O memory of PLC. Please refer to the
operation manual of the Special I/O Unit that you use.
This instruction is not supported. Consider programming with the IOWR instruction.
The data that is written to the I/O memory of PLC is directly reflected to the Special I/O Unit. Please
refer to the operation manual of the Special I/O Unit that you use.
The data type of the 1st operand is changed from BCD to BIN. For a constant, the # mark is
converted to & mark. To use word data, change the data type of word from BCD to BIN.
This instruction is not supported. Consider programming with the OUT instruction.
The data specification of operand is different. Refer to the SYSMAC CS/CJ/NSJ Series
INSTRUCTIONS REFERENCE MANUAL (Cat. No. W474) and CX-Programmer Ver.9.[]
OPERATION MANUAL SFC Programming (Cat. No. W469), and correct the data.
This instruction is not supported. Consider programming with another SFC related instruction.
This instruction is not supported. Consider programming with another SFC related instruction.
This instruction is not supported. Consider programming with another SFC related instruction.
The data specification of operand is different. Refer to the SYSMAC CS/CJ/NSJ Series
INSTRUCTIONS REFERENCE MANUAL (Cat. No. W474) and CX-Programmer Ver.9.[]
OPERATION MANUAL SFC Programming (Cat. No. W469), and correct the data.
This instruction is not supported. Consider programming with another SFC related instruction.
The data type of operand is changed from BCD to BIN. For a constant, the # mark is converted to &
mark. To use word data, change the data type of word from BCD to BIN.
The data type of operand is changed from BCD to BIN. For a constant, the # mark is converted to &
mark. To use word data, change the data type of word from BCD to BIN.
The data specification of the operand is different. Refer to the SYSMAC CS/CJ/NSJ Series
INSTRUCTIONS REFERENCE MANUAL (Cat No. W474), and correct the data.
The data specification of the operand is different. Refer to the SYSMAC CS/CJ/NSJ Series
INSTRUCTIONS REFERENCE MANUAL (Cat No. W474), and correct the data.
This instruction is not supported. Consider programming with the IORD instruction.
The data of the Special I/O Unit is reflected directly in the I/O memory of PLC. Please refer to the
operation manual of the Special I/O Unit that you use.
This instruction is not supported. Consider programming with the IOWR instruction.
The data that is written to the I/O memory of PLC is directly reflected to the Special I/O Unit. Please
refer to the operation manual of the Special I/O Unit that you use.
The data type of the 2nd operand is changed from BCD to BIN. For a constant, the # mark is
converted to & mark. To use word data, change the data type of word from BCD to BIN.
The data type of the 2nd operand is changed from BCD to BIN. For a constant, the # mark is
converted to & mark. To use word data, change the data type of word from BCD to BIN.
Number of Operands
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
It might be different.
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
Same as CV/CVM1
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Appendix B: Difference in data area allocation
This table outlines the difference in the data allocation between CV/CVM1 and CJ. Refer to the related manuals for
details.
Item
I/O allocation
Basic I/O Units
I/O allocation
Special I/O Units
I/O allocation
CPU Bus Units
I/O allocation
SYSMAC BUS
I/O allocation
SYSMAC BUS/2
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CV/CVM1-series
"Free location and free words
allocation"
CIO 0 to 127
(The number of words differs by
models.)
CIO 0 to 511
(When you set the words allocated
to each rack.)
"Free location and free words
allocation"
CIO 0 to 127
(The number of words differs by
models.)
0 to 511 words
(When you set the words allocated
to each rack.)
CIO 1,500 to 1,899
(Allocates 25 words for each Unit
No.)
DM 2,000 to 3,599
(Allocates 100 words for each Unit
No.)
CIO 2,300 to 2,555
(default)
CIO 200 to 999
(default)
CJ-series
"Free location and free words
allocation"
CIO 0 to 319
(The number of words differs by
models.)
CIO 0 to 999
(When you set the words allocated to
each rack)
CIO 2,000 to 2,199
(Allocates 10 words for each Unit
No.)
DM 20,000 to 21,999
(Allocates 100 words for each Unit
No.)
1,500 to 1,899 words
(Allocates 25 words for each Unit
No.)
DM30,000 to 31,599
(Allocates 100 words for each Unit
No.)
None.
[ Allocation of other remote I/O ]
DeviceNet: I/O allocation of CPU Bus
Unit
CompoNet: I/O allocation of Special
I/O Unit
CompoBus/S: I/O allocation of
Special I/O Unit
None
[ Allocation of other remote I/O ]
DeviceNet: I/O allocation of CPU Bus
Unit
CompoNet: I/O allocation of Special
I/O Unit
CompoBus/S: I/O allocation of
Special I/O Unit
[ DeviceNet for CJ ]
I/O allocation of CPU Bus Unit
I/O allocation
DeviceNet
CIO 1,900 to 1,963
CIO 2,000 to 2,063
Work Area (WR)
CIO 0032(*) to 0199
(* The start word differs by models.)
CIO 1,964 to 1,999
CIO 2,064 to 2,299
CIO 1,200 to 1,499
CIO 3,800 to 6,143
W000 to 511
Data Link Area
1000 to 1199 words
Holding Area (HR)
Temporary Relay Area
(TR)
CPU Bus Link Area
1000 to 1199 words
D0000 to 0127
(By default)
1200 to 1499 words
TR0 to 7
G000 to 255
G000 to 004: AR
G008 to 255: None
Auxiliary Area
A000 to 511
(1) AR Area and Bit:
Change the word address and bit
address used in the program.
(2) Condition Flag and clock pulse:
Change the operation flags in the
program to the condition flags and
the clock pulse respectively. Use
global variables such as P_0_1ms,
and P_1ms instead of clock pulse.
Remark
Refer to CJ2 CPU Unit
Software USER’s MANUAL
(Cat. No. W473) for details
of the I/O allocation.
CJ series CPU do not
support SYSMAC BUS.
Consider switching to other
remote I/O system.
CJ series CPU do not
support SYSMAC BUS/2.
Consider switching to other
remote I/O system.
Areas unused for can be
used as Work Area with CJ.
However, some area will be
used for future expansion.
Therefore, do not use the
area.
H000 to 511 words
TR0 to 15
CPU status and the clock
have been allocated to
Auxiliary Area (AR) with CJ
series CPU Unit.
The operation flag and the
Condition Flag are specified
with the label.
Appendix C: Difference in the PLC setting methods
This section explains the difference of PLC settings on CV/CVM1 and CJ-series CPU Units.
The figure below shows the (1) setting tab on the PLC Settings window, (2) Group of settings in the tab, and (3) Setting items in
each group. Check the circle and square check boxes for your settings. Be sure to confirm the system safety and system
operation, though most of settings are same for both CV/CVM1 and CJ-series.
(1)
(2)
(3)
CV/CVM1 CPU Unit
Startup
Startup Hold
- Forced Status Hold Bit
CJ-series CPU Unit
Startup
Startup Hold
- Forced Status Hold Bit
Startup hold Startup
Startup Hold
- IOM Hold Bit
Startup
Startup Hold
- IOM Hold Bit
Startup
Startup Hold
- Restart Continuation Bit
None
Startup
Mode
- Program
- Debug
- Monitor
- Run
Mode
Operating mode
- Program
- Monitor
- Run
- Use programming console (Run)
Startup
- Automatically transfer user programs
None
Startup display
Display Mode at startup
- Mode 1
- Mode 2
- Mode 3
None
Error log
- Enable Error Log.
None
Execution Controls
Execution Process
- Synchronous
- Asynchronous
Peripheral Service
Sync/Async Comms
Execution mode
- Normal
- Peripheral Service
- Synchronous
- Asynchronous
Remark
Settings to hold the force on/off status and at
power interruption. If this setting is enabled,
status is maintained when the power is
turned on again. There is no functional
difference between the CV/CVM1 and CJ.
Settings to hold the I/O memory hold bits
status at power interruption. The status is
maintained when the power is turned on.
There is no functional difference between
the CV.CVM1 and CJ.
Setting to hold the status of restart
continuation bits at power interruption. The
status is maintained when the power is
turned on.
There are no restart continuation bits on the
CJ.
Specifies the operating mode at power on.
There is no debug mode on the CJ.
To debug the program, use CX-Simulator.
The programming console can not be used
with CJ2; Operating mode can not be
changed with a programming console.
Specifies whether to transfer user program
from the memory card at power on, or not.
For CJ, it can not be set from the PLC
Settings. It is set with the DIP switches on
the front panel of CPU Unit.
Specifies the display mode for the 7
segment indicators on the expansion unit or
SYSMAC BUS/2 system.
CJ series does not have this function.
Consider using a touch panel to display this
information, if necessary.
Specifies the area to save error logs and
number of logs to be saved.
With CJ, error log area is fixed.
Specifies whether to synchronize the
execution of PLC instructions and peripheral
servicing.
For CJ1, select “Normal” to synchronize
them and select other one for asynchronous
execution.
For CJ2, only “Normal” can be selected. The
various execution modes as shown on the
left may have different operations. Be sure to
check the effect of this setting onto
operation.
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Execution Controls
Indirect DM
- Binary
- BCD
None
Selects data type (Binary or BCD) to be
used for Indirect DM. CJ specifies the
indirect DM by using the settings below in
the program.
BIN mode: D with @
BCD mode : D with *
Execution Controls
Step Timer
- 0.1 s
- 1.0 s
Execution controls
Execution Controls 1
- Measures CPU Bus unit cycle
None
Settings for SFC step timer. For CJ,
right-click on the SFC editor to display the
setting menu.
None
Specifies whether to measure the CPU Bus
Unit cycle time on the CPU Unit. CJ does not
support this function.
Note: The execution time of cycle time is
saved in A262 to 268.
Execution controls
Execution Controls 1
- Don’t detect Low Battery
CPU Settings
Execute process
-Do not detect Low Battery (Battery-free
operation).
Specifies whether to turn on the specified bit
when battery error is detected with the PLC
or the memory card.
There is no functional difference between
CV/CVM1 and CJ.
Execution controls
Execution Controls 1
- Run program when Bus
initialize
Execution controls
Execution Controls 1
- Error on power off interrupts
Startup
Execution Setting
- Start running program when
initializing Unit/Inner board recognition
None
Specifies whether to run program when the
CPU Bus Units are initializing. There is no
functional difference between CV/CVM1 and
CJ.
Specifies whether to handle the power off
interruption as non-fatal error or not.
The Auxiliary Area (AR) holds the power-ON
time and power-OFF time with CJ.
Consider using this clock information and the
FAL instruction.
Specifies whether to detect duplicate action
error as a non-fatal error.
No duplicate action error occurs on CJ, due
to difference of operation specifications.
Units
Execution controls
Execution Controls 2
- Duplicate action error
None
Execution controls
Execution Controls 2
- Allow multiple JPM000 use
None
Execution controls
Execution Controls 2
- Run program on I/O verify error
None
Execution controls
Execution Controls 2
- Startup trace enabled
None
Execution controls
Execution Controls 2
- Nest I/O interrupts
None
Execution controls
Execution Controls 2
- Power OFF interrupt enabled.
Timings
- Power Off Interrupt disabled
Host Link Port
Port Settings
Host Link Port
Communication Setting and others
I/O Refresh
- Zero-Cross
- Cyclic
- Scheduled
None
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Specifies if two or more JMP0 instruction
can be used or not.
Two or more JMP0 instructions can be used
by default with CJ.
Specifies if program is run at I/O verification
error, or execution is suspended.
CJ always runs program at I/O verification
error. To stop the program with CJ, use the
I/O verification error flag in AR Area.
Settings to automatically execute trace using
pre-defined settings at power on or when
operating mode is changed.
CJ1 does not have this setting; consider
creating a ladder program to execute this
function.
CJ2 executes trace at power on by default.
Specifies to suspend an interrupt task
execution while other I/O interrupt task is
being executed or execute one with higher
priority first. With CJ, use MSKS instruction
for this setting.
Specifies whether to execute power off
interrupt program (task) or not.
There is not functional difference between
the CV/CVM1 and CJ.
Settings for built-in host link port. There is no
functional difference between CV/CVM1 and
CJ, when the port is used for host link. When
the CJ used NT Link, select NT Link for
“Mode” in this setting. (For CV, the dip
switches are used for this setting.)
Specifies the I/O refreshing method.
Only cyclic refreshing and immediate
refreshing with instructions are possible with
CJ.
Address Enable
・Local Racks
Set the first words for Racks 0 to 7.
・Group 1 and Group 2
Set the first words for RM0 to 3.
・Group 3, RT Slaves
Set the first words for RM0-RT0 to
RM7-RT7.
・I/O Slaves
Set the first words for RM0 to 7.
Timings
- Watch Cycle Time
None
Specify the start address of a local rack.
For CJ, start address can be set on the PLCI
/O Table window.
CJ does not support SYSMAC BUS/2.
Timings
- Watch cycle time
Timings
- Power Off Interrupt
Timings
- Power OFF detection time
Timings
- Cycle Time
Timings
- Constant Cycle Time
Timings
- Scheduled Interrupt Interval
Timings
- Schedule Interrupt Interval
Timings
- CPU Bus Link Service
None
Hold
- Enable Hold Area
None
Hold
- CPU
Set the hold status of Rack 0 to 7.
・Sys Bus/2
Set the hold status of RM 0 to 3.
・Sys Bus
Set the hold status of RM 0 to 7.
None
Set the monitoring time for cycle time.
There is no functional difference between
the CV/CVM1 and CJ.
Set the delay time to detect power
interruption.
There is no functional difference between
the CV/CVM1 and CJ.
Specifies the cycle time. The cycle time is
set to the set time.
There is no functional difference between
the CV/CVM1 and CJ.
Set the interval of scheduled interrupt.
There is no functional difference between
the CV/CVM1 and CJ.
Settings of whether to use CPU Bus Link
function. CJ does not have this function.
This function is used mainly to exchange
data with BASIC Unit. Consider changing the
BASIC program to CPU Unit and sharing
data using the global variables.
Set the start address and end address of
Hold area.
Hold Area (Word H000 to 511) is fixed with
CJ. The EM Area can be used for bit
operation with CJ2, in the same way as HR
Area.
Set the holding status of each Rack.
Holding status can not be set individually for
each rack or RM with CJ.
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Appendix D: Corresponding Input / Output Units
- Input Units
(1) If the terminal block or connector is different, you have to change the wiring.
(2) If the input specification is not same, check if there is no problem in operation.
(3) If the number of circuits is different (or increased), wire and connect the terminals and each common
terminals.
(4) If the internal current consumption is different, check if enough power supply capacity is provided.
(5) Functionally they are supported. Refer to the related manuals for the detailed specifications.
DC Input Units
CV/CVM1 Unit
Model: C500-ID112
Specification: 5 to12 VDC, 16 mA
Terminal block, 16 points,
Model: C500-ID213
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 10 mA
Terminal block, 16 points,
Model: C500-ID215
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 10 mA
Terminal block, 32 points,
Model: C500-ID218
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 10 mA
Terminal block, 32 points
Model: C500-ID218CN
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 10 mA
Connector, 32 points
Model: C500-ID114
Specification: 12 VDC, 7 mA
Connector, 64 points
Model: C500-ID212
Specification: 24 VDC, 10 mA
Terminal block, 64 points dynamic
Model: C500-ID219
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 7 mA
Connector, 64 points
Corresponding CJ-series Unit
Model: CJ1W-ID211
Specification: 24 VDC, 7 mA
Terminal block, 16 points
Model: CJ1W-ID211
Specification: 24 VDC, 7 mA
Terminal block, 16 points
Model: CJ1W-ID231/ID232
Specification: 24 VDC, 4.1 mA
Connector, 32 points
Model: CJ1W-ID231/ID232
Specification: 24 VDC, 4.1 mA
Connector, 32 points
Model: CJ1W-ID231/ID232
Specification: 24 VDC, 4.1 mA
Connector, 32 points
Model: CJ1W-ID261/ID262
Specification: 24 VDC, 4.1 mA
Connector, 64 points
None
* Consider changing to a static type
(CJ1W-ID261/ID262).
Model: CJ1W-ID261/(ID262)
Specification: 24 VDC, 4.1 mA
Connector, 64 points
TTL Input Units
CV/CVM1 Unit
Model: C500-ID501CN
Specification: 5 VDC, 3.5 mA
Connector, 32 points
Corresponding CJ-series Unit
None
*Consider changing to the 24VDC input type
(CJ1W-ID231) or the TTL I/O (CJ1W-MD563).
Interrupt Input Units
..CV/CVM1 Unit
Model: C2000-ID216
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 13 mA
Terminal block, 8 points
(independent common)
Corresponding CJ-series Unit
Model: CJ1W-INT01
Specification: 24 VDC, 7 mA
Terminal block, 16 points
(16 points/common)
AC Input Units
CV/CVM1 Unit
Model: C500-IA121
Specification: 100 to 120 VAC, 10 mA
Terminal block 16 points
Model: C500-IA222
Specification: 200 to 240 VAC, 10 mA
Terminal block, 16 points
Model: C500-IA122
Specification: 100 to 120 VAC, 10 mA
Terminal block. 32 points
Model: C500-IA223
Specification: 200 to 240 VAC, 10 mA
Terminal block, 32 points
Corresponding CJ-series Unit
Model: CJ1W-IA111
Specification: 100 to 120 VAC, 7 mA
Terminal block, 16 points
Model: CJ1W-IA201×2
Specification: 200 to 240 VAC, 9 mA
Terminal block, 8 points
Model: CJ1W-IA111×2
Specification: 100 to 120 VAC, 7 mA
Terminal block, 16 points
Model: CJ1W-IA201×4
Specification: 200 to 240 VAC, 9 mA
Terminal block, 8 points
AC/DC Input Units
CV/CVM1 Unit
Model: C500-IM211
Specification: 12 to 24 VAC/VDC,10 mA
Terminal block, 16 points
Model: C500-IM212
Specification: 12 to 24 VAC/VDC, 10 mA
Terminal block, 32 points
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Corresponding CJ-series Unit
Model: CJ1W-ID211
Specification: 24 VDC, 7 mA,
Terminal block, 16 points
*When you use the AC Input Unit, change
wiring for DC Input Unit.
Model: CJ1W-ID231/ID232
Specification: 24 VDC, 4.1 mA,
Connector, 32 points
*When you use the AC Input Unit, change
wiring for DC Input Unit.
- Output Units
(1) If the terminal block or connector is different, you have to change the wiring.
(2) If the number of circuits is different (or increased), wire and connect the terminals and each common
terminals.
(3) If the output specification is different, check if there is no problem in operation.
(4) When the used relays are different, you have to be aware that the relay service life might change depending
on the usage. (Refer to the related manuals for details.)
(5) If the internal current consumption is different, check if enough power supply capacity is provided.
(6) If the voltage and current consumption of external power supply is different, check if enough power supply
capacity is provided.
(7) Functionally they are supported. Refer to the related manuals for the detailed specifications.
Relay Output Units
CV/CVM1 Unit
Model: C500-OC221
Specification: 250 VAC/24 VDC, 2 A
Terminal block, 16 points
Model: C500-OC223
Specification: 250 VAC/24 VDC, 2 A
Terminal block, 16 points (independent
common)
Model: C500-OC224
Specification: 250 VAC/24 VDC, 2 A
Terminal block, 32 points
Corresponding CJ-series Unit
Model: CJ1W-OC211
Specification: 250 VAC/24 VDC, 2 A
Terminal block, 16 points
Model: CJ1W-OC201×2
Specification: 250 VAC/24 VDC, 2 A
Terminal block, 8 points (independent
common)
Model: CJ1W-OC211×2
Specification: 250 VAC/24 VDC, 2 A
Terminal block, 16 points
Transistor Output Units
CV/CVM1 Unit
Model: C500-OD217
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 1 A
Terminal block, 16 points
Model: C500-OD219
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 2.1 A
16 points in which Terminal block
Model: C500-OD411
Specification: 12 to 48 VDC, 1 A
Terminal block, 16 points
Model: C500-OD215
Specification: 24 VDC, 50 mA
Terminal block, 16 points (independent
common)
Model: C500-OD218
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 0.3 A
Terminal block, 32 points
Model: C500-OD414
Specification: 12 to 48 VDC, 0.3 A
Terminal block, 32 points
Model: C500-OD412
Specification: 12 to 48 VDC, 0.3 A
Terminal block, 32 points
Model: C500-OD415CN
Specification: 12 to 48 VDC, 0.3 A
Connector, 32 points
Model: C500-OD212
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 0.3 A
Terminal block, 32 points (PNP output)
Model: C500-OD211
Specification: 24 VDC, 0.1 A
Terminal block, 64 points, dynamic
Model: C500-OD213
Specification: 24 VDC, 0.1 A
Terminal block, 64 points
Corresponding CJ-series Unit
Model: CJ1W-OD211
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 0.5 A
Terminal block, 16 points
Model: CJ1W-OD211
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 0.5 A
Terminal block, 16 points
Model: CJ1W-OD211
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 0.5 A
Terminal block, 16 points
Model: CJ1W-OD211
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 0.5 A
Terminal block, 16 points
(8 points/common)
Model: CJ1W-OD231/OD233
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 0.5 A
Connector, 32 points
Model: CJ1W-OD231/OD233
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 0.5 A
Connector, 32 points
Model: CJ1W-OD231/OD233
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 0.5 A
Connector, 32 points
Model: CJ1W-OD231/OD233
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 0.5 A
Connector, 32 points
Model: CJ1W-OD232
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 0.5 A
Connector, 32 points (source output)
None
*Consider changing to the static type
(CJ1W-OD261/OD263).
Model: CJ1W-OD261/OD263
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC, 0.3 A
Connector, 64 points
TTL Output Unit
CV/CVM1 Unit
Model: C500-OD501CN
Specification: 5 VDC, 35 mA
Connector, 32 points
Corresponding CJ-series Unit
None
- Consider changing to a 24-VDC input type
(CJ1W-OD231/OD233) or a TTL I/O
(CJ1W-MD563).
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Triac Output Units
CV/CVM1 Unit
Model: C500-OA121
Specification: 132 VAC, 1 A
Terminal block, 16 points
Model: C500-OA222
Specification: 250 VAC, 1 A
Terminal block, 16 points
Model: C500-OA223
Specification: 250 VAC, 1 A
Terminal block, 24 points
Model: C500-OA225
Specification: 250 VAC, 1 A
Terminal block, 32 points
Model: C500-OA226
Specification: 250 VAC, 1.2 A
Terminal block, 16 points
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Corresponding CJ-series Unit
Model: CJ1W-OA201×2
Specification: 250 VAC, 0.6 A
Terminal block, 8 points
Model: CJ1W-OA201×2
Specification: 250 VAC, 0.6 A
Terminal block, 8 points
Model: CJ1W-OA201×3
Specification: 250 VAC, 0.6 A
Terminal block, 8 points
Model: CJ1W-OA201×4
Specification: 250 VAC, 0.6 A
Terminal block, 8 points
Model: CJ1W-OA201×2
Specification: 250 VAC, 0.6 A
Terminal block, 8 points
- Input/Output Units
(1) If the terminal block or connector is different, you have to change the wiring.
(2) If the input or output specification is different, check if there is no problem in operation.
(3) If the number of circuits is different (or increased), wire and connect the terminals and each common
terminals.
(4) If the internal current consumption is different, check if enough power supply capacity is provided.
(5) If the voltage and current consumption of external power supply is different, check if enough power supply
capacity is provided.
(6) Functionally they are supported. Refer to the related manuals for the detailed specifications.
DC Input/Transistor Output Unit
CV/CVM1 Unit
Model: C500-MD211CN
Specification: 12 to 24 VDC Input, 10 mA
12 to 24 VDC Output, 0.3 A
Connector, 16 points/16 points
Corresponding CJ-series Unit
Model: CJ1W-MD231
Specification: 24 VDC Input, 7 mA
12 to 24 VDC Output, 0.5A
Connector, 16 points/16 points
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