7 Steps to Specifying a DL205 System

7 Steps to Specifying a DL205 System
PLC
Overview
7 Steps to Specifying a DL205 System
The following 7 steps will help you specify a DL205 PLC system. They
are also covered in more detail on the pages that follow. Your first
priority when designing a system should be safety. Please make sure
that all of the components in your system will operate within the
product’s environmental and operating specifications. This catalog is
intended to provide abbreviated product descriptions, benefits and
prices. It is not intended to be a substitute for the product manuals.
DL05/06
PLC
Before you begin selecting products for your DL205 PLC
system, be sure to evaluate all of your application needs
and any future growth potential.
DL105
PLC
DL205
PLC
DL305
PLC
DL405
PLC
Field I/O
Review the DL205
family of products
Software
C-more
HMIs
The DL205 family offers a wide variety of
products. Please review the product offering
starting on page 4–23.
Other HMI
AC Drives
Motors
Select a CPU,
programming tool
and cable
Steppers/
Servos
Motor
Controls
The DL205 family offers four traditional
CPUs: the D2-260, D2-250-1, D2-240
and D2-230. The WinPLC, a Windows®
CE-based CPU, is also covered in this
step. Please take the time to understand
the features and specifications of each
CPU model (i.e. built-in communications
ports protocols, instructions, etc.).
Proximity
Sensors
Photo
Sensors
Limit
Switches
Encoders
To program the DL205 CPUs, choose
between the Windows-based DirectSOFT
programming software and PC cable or
handheld programmer. The WinPLC
requires Think & Do Studio or Think & Do
Live! for programming. CPU-slot slave
base controllers are also introduced in this
step.
Current
Sensors
Pushbuttons/
Lights
Process
Relays/
Timers
Additional
communications
ports needed?
Comm.
TB’s &
Wiring
If your application requires more than the
built-in CPU communications ports, then
select the H2-ECOM(100) Ethernet communications module, or the D2-DCM serial
communications module. These modules
add more ports for networking or connection to an HMI, etc. The H2-SERIO serial
communications module can be used with
the WinPLC to add more communications
ports.
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Power
Circuit
Protection
Enclosures
Appendix
Part Index
PLC Products
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7 Steps to Specifying a DL205 System
Select the discrete,
analog and
specialty I/O
modules
Since there are several different types of
I/O and specialty modules available for
the DL205 system, it is important to review
the module specifications in detail when
selecting them for your system. The hardware specifications for the modules are
described at the end of the DL205 section,
starting with the specialty modules and
followed by the discrete and analog I/O
modules.
Choose an I/O
configuration
method
The DL205 offers several configurations of
I/O. Choose among local I/O, local
expansion I/O and remote I/O. A DL205
system can be developed using a combination of the configuration arrangements.
It is important to understand the octal
addressing scheme and I/O module
placement restrictions that are described
in this step.
Example: nsion I/O
Local expa
Check the
power budget
It is very important to verify that the
selected CPU and I/O modules will
operate within the base power budget.
Tables list the power supplied and
consumed by each DL205 device. This
step also describes base dimensions and
mounting requirements.
Place your order!
Place your order either online at
www.automationdirect.com, by calling 1800-633-0405 or by faxing your order to
1-770-889-7876. See the Ordering
section in this catalog for details.
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PLC
Overview
Step 1: Review the DL205 Product Family
DL105
PLC
CPUs
D2-260 – 30.4K words total memory
2 communications ports
16 built-in PID loops with auto-tuning
D2-250-1 – 14.8K words total memory
2 communications ports
4 built-in PID loops with auto-tuning
D2-240 – 3.8K total memory
2 communications ports
D2-230 – 2.4K total memory
1 communications port
Windows CE CPUs WinPLC (H2-WPLC*-**)
Programming tools
DirectSOFT Programming Software for
Windows Handheld Programmer (D2-HPP)
Bases
3-slot base (includes power supply)
110/220 VAC (D2-03B-1)
12/24 VDC (D2-03BDC1-1)
4-slot base (includes power supply)
110/220 VAC (D2-04B-1)
12/24 VDC (D2-04BDC1-1)
6-slot base (includes power supply)
110/220 VAC (D2-06B-1)
12/24 VDC (D2-06BDC1-1)
125 VDC (D2-06BDC2-1)
9-slot base (includes power supply)
110/220 VAC (D2-09B-1)
12/24 VDC (D2-09BDC1-1)
125 VDC (D2-09BDC2-1)
Local expansion
modules
(D2-250-1 or D2-260 using D2-0*B-1 or
D2-0*BDC*-1 only)
Base expansion module (D2-EM)
Expansion base controller module
(D2-CM)
Expansion base cable (D2-EXCBL-1)
Discrete
input modules
DC input
8-pt. 12-24 VDC sink/source
(D2-08ND3)
16-pt. 24 VDC sink/source
(D2-16ND3)
32-pt. 24 VDC sink/source
(D2-32ND3)
32-pt. 5-12 VDC sink/source
(D2-32ND3-2)
(Discrete inputs continued next column)
DL05/06
PLC
DL205
PLC
DL305
PLC
AC input
8-pt. 110 VAC (D2-08NA-1)
16-pt. 110 VAC (D2-16NA)
8-pt. 220 VAC (D2-08NA-2)
Discrete
output modules
DC output
4-pt. 12-24 VDC sink (D2-04TD1)
8-pt. 12-24 VDC sink (D2-08TD1)
8-pt. 12-24 VDC source (D2-08TD2)
16-pt. 12-24 VDC sink (D2-16TD1-2)
16-pt. 12-24 VDC source (D2-16TD2-2)
16-pt. 24 VDC sink (Fault protected)
(F2-16TD1P)
16-pt. 24 VDC source (Fault protected)
(F2-16TD2P)
32-pt. 12-24 VDC sink (D2-32TD1)
32-pt. 12-24 VDC source (D2-32TD2)
AC output
8-pt. 18-220 VAC (D2-08TA)
8-pt. 20-125 VAC (F2-08TA)
12-pt. 18-110 VAC (D2-12TA)
Relay output
4-pt. 4A/pt (Isolated) (D2-04TRS)
8-pt. 1A/pt (D2-08TR)
8-pt. 10A/pt. (F2-08TR)
8-pt. 7A/pt (Isolated) (F2-08TRS)
12-pt. 1.5A/pt (D2-12TR)
Combination
discrete modules
4-pt. 24 VDC in/4pt Relay Out (D2-08CDR)
Analog modules
Analog input
4-ch. in, 12 bit, current (F2-04AD-1)
4-ch. in, 12 bit, voltage (F2-04AD-2)
8-ch. in, 12 bit, current (F2-08AD-1)
8-ch. in, 12 bit, voltage (F2-08AD-2)
Analog output
2-ch. out, 12 bit, current (F2-02DA-1)
2-ch. out, 16 bit, current (Isolated)
(F2-02DAS-1)
2-ch. out, 12 bit, voltage (F2-02DA-2)
2 -ch. out, 16 bit, voltage (Isolated)
(F2-02DAS-2)
8-ch. out, 12 bit, current (F2-08DA-1)
8-ch. out, 12 bit, voltage (F2-08DA-2)
Combination analog in/out
4-ch. in/2-ch. out, 12 bit, current
(F2-4AD2DA)
8-ch. in/4-ch. out, 16 bit, current
(F2-8AD4DA-1)
8-ch. in/4-ch. out, 16 bit, voltage
(F2-8AD4DA-2)
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Temperature input
4-ch. in, RTD (F2-04RTD)
4-ch. in, Thermocouple (F2-04THM)
DL405
PLC
Field I/O
Communications/
networking modules
Ethernet Communications Module
(H2-ECOM (-F))
(H2-ECOM 100)
Data Communications Module
(D2-DCM)
Software
C-more
HMIs
Other HMI
AC Drives
Remote I/O modules
Ethernet
Ethernet Remote Master Module
(H2-ERM(-F))
Ethernet Base Controller (slave)
(H2-EBC(-F))
(H2-EBC 100)
Serial
Remote Master Module (D2-RMSM)
Remote Slave Module (D2-RSSS)
Specialty modules
Basic CoProcessor (F2-CP128)
8-pt. Input Simulator (F2-08SIM)
Counter I/O (H2-CTRIO)
Counter Interface (D2-CTRINT)
CPU-slot
slave controllers
Steppers/
Servos
Motor
Controls
Proximity
Sensors
Photo
Sensors
Limit
Switches
Encoders
Current
Sensors
Pushbuttons/
Lights
Ethernet Base Controller (H2-EBC)
DeviceNet Slave (F2-DEVNETS-1)
Profibus Slave (H2-PBC)
SDS Slave (F2-SDS-1)
Operator interface
See the C-more and HMI sections in this
catalog for a complete line of compatible
text and touch panels and configuration
software.
Connection systems
See the Terminal Blocks and Wiring
Solutions section in this catalog for information on DINnector terminal blocks,
ZIPLink connection systems and other
connection accessories for use with the
DL205 system.
PLC Products
Motors
4–23
Process
Relays/
Timers
Comm.
TB’s &
Wiring
Power
Circuit
Protection
Enclosures
Appendix
Part Index
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Step 2: Select the CPU, Programmer and Cable
There are many things to consider when
choosing a CPU, most of which depend
on your particular application. The facing
page provides a comparison between the
CPUs. This section provides a quick
summary of the key features for each CPU.
System capacity
System capacity is the ability of the CPU to
accommodate a variety of applications.
Consider both ladder memory and data
registers (V-memory). For ladder memory,
most Boolean instructions require one
word. Some other instructions, such as
timers, counters, etc. require two or more
words.
Our V-memory locations are 16-bit words
and are useful for data storage, etc.
If you think you may exceed 256 local I/O
points, then select the D2-250-1 or the
D2-260 CPU which support local expansion of up to two or four additional bases,
respectively.
The D2-240, D2-250-1 and D2-260
support the Ethernet and serial Remote
Master module that are used to build a
remote I/O network. Port 2 on the
D2-250-1 and D2-260 can also serve as
a remote I/O master.
Performance
If you are using basic Boolean instructions
and speed is not the primary concern,
then the D2-230 or D2-240 will do the
job. For applications that require fast scan
times, additional communications or
advanced instructions, choose the
D2-250-1 or D2-260 CPU. The D2-260
is our fastest CPU for performing even the
most basic of math or data instructions,
and will provide better overall performance than the other DL205 CPUs.
Programming
and diagnostics
Our CPUs offer an incredible array of
instructions and diagnostic features that
can save you many hours of programming
and debug time. From basic Boolean
contact logic to PID and floating point
math, we have it covered! The table on
the next page covers some of the basic
instruction categories, but for more
details, see our complete list of instructions
at the end of this section. If you already
have DirectSOFT and/or a Handheld
Programmer, you may have to upgrade
the software/firmware to accommodate
the D2-260.
Built-in CPU
communications
Every DL205 CPU provides at least one
built-in RS-232 communication port. If
you’re using an operator interface, then
you should choose the D2-240,
D2-250-1 or D2-260 CPU. The D2-240,
D2-250-1 and D2-260 CPUs offer two
built-in communication ports. The D2-240
supports our DirectNET™ slave protocol
on the bottom port, which provides a
quick and easy network connection to any
DirectNET master. If you need the most
flexibility possible, then consider the
D2-250-1 or D2-260 CPU. These CPUs
offer built-in DirectNET slave support
capability on the top and bottom ports,
and DirectNet/Modbus RTU master/slave
support on the bottom. The bottom port
supports baud rates up to 38.4K baud.
The D2-260 provides support for ASCII
IN/OUT communications.
If you require more than two ports, we also
offer an Ethernet Communications
Module that can be used to quickly add a
communication port to a DL205 system
with a D2-240, D2-250-1 or D2-260
CPU. The D2-DCM module can also be
added to these CPUs to provide an additional serial communications port.
DL 205 family CPUs
D2-260
D2-250-1
D2-240
D2-230
H2-WPLC*-**
The WinPLC brings PLC
and PC technologies together
by providing a Windows CE
operating system environment
for DL205 hardware. See the
WinPLC pages later in this
section for details on the
WinPLC.
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Overview
DL205 CPU Specifications
DL05/06
PLC
DL105
PLC
DL205 CPU Comparison
DL205
PLC
System Capacity
D2-230
D2-240
D2-250-1
D2-260
Total memory available (words)
Ladder memory (words)
V-memory (words)
Battery backup
Total CPU memory I/O pts. available (actual I/O pts.
2.4K
2048 EEPROM
256
Yes
256
3.8K
2560 EEPROM
1024
Yes
896
14.8K
7680 Flash
7168
Yes
2048
30.4
15872 Flash
14592
Yes
8192 (1024 X + 1024 Y +
depend on I/O configuration method selected)
(320 X + 320 Y + 256 CR)
Local I/O (pts.)
Local Expansion I/O (pts.)
256
none
256
none
Serial Remote I/O (pts.)
N/A
Remote I/O channels
I/O per remote channel
Ethernet Remote I/O
Discrete I/O pts.
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Analog I/O channels
Remote I/O channels
I/O per remote channel
N/A
N/A
N/A
896 max.
(Including local I/O)
2
2048 (limited to 896)
Yes
896 max.
(Including local I/O)
Map into V-memory
Limited by power budget
16,384 (limited to 896)
(512 X + 512 Y + 1024 CR)
2048 CR + 2048 GX + 2048 GY)
256
768 (2 exp. bases max)
(Including local I/O)
2048 max.
(Including local and exp.I/O)
8 (7+1 CPU port)
2048
Yes
2048 max.
(Including local and exp.I/O)
Map into V-memory
256
1280 (4 exp. bases max.)
(Including local I/O)
8192 max.
(Including local & exp. I/O)
8 (7+1 CPU port)
2048
Yes
8192
(Including local and exp.I/O)
Map into V-memory
Limited by power budget
Limited by power budget
16,384 (16 fully expanded
DL305
PLC
DL405
PLC
Field I/O
Software
C-more
HMIs
Other HMI
AC Drives
16,384 (16 fully expanded
H4-EBC slaves using V-memory
and bit-of-word instructions)
H4-EBC slaves using V-memory
and bit-of-word instructions)
0.61µs
1.9ms
0.61µs
1.9ms
Motors
Performance
Contact execution (Boolean)
Typical scan (1K Boolean)
3.3µs
4-6ms
1.4µs
10-12ms
Steppers/
Servos
Motor
Controls
Programming and Diagnostics
RLL Ladder Style
RLLPLUS/Flowchart Style (Stages)
Run time editing
Variable/fixed scan
Instructions
Control relays
Timers
Counters
Immediate I/O
Subroutines
For/Next loops
Timed Interrupt
Integer Math
Floating-point Math
Trigonometric functions
Table Instructions
PID
Drum Sequencers
Bit of Word
ASCII Print
Real-time clock/calender
Internal diagnostics
Password security
System and user error log
Yes
Yes/256
Yes
Variable
113
256
64
64
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes/512
Yes
Variable
129
256
128
128
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Multi-level
No
Yes
Yes/1024
Yes
Variable
174
1024
256
128
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes, 4 loops
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Multi-level
Yes
Yes
Yes/1024
Yes
Variable
231
2048
256
256
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes, 16 loops
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Multi-level
Yes
Port 1 RS-232
Port 1 RS-232 and
Port 2 RS-232
Yes
Yes
No
No
19.2K port 2
Port 1 RS-232 and
Port 2 RS-232/422
Yes
Yes
Yes
OUT
38.4K port 2
Port 1 RS-232 and
Port 2 RS-232/422/485)
Yes
Yes
Yes
IN/OUT
38.4K port 2
Proximity
Sensors
Photo
Sensors
Limit
Switches
Encoders
Current
Sensors
Pushbuttons/
Lights
Process
Relays/
Timers
Comm.
Communications
Built-in ports
K-sequence (proprietary protocol)
DirectNET™
Modbus RTU master/slave
ASCII communications
Maximum baud rate
Yes
No
No
No
9600
TB’s &
Wiring
Power
Circuit
Protection
Enclosures
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Part Index
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D2-260 Key Features
D2-260 can serve as network master
Easily connect programming devices or HMI to CPU ports
D2-260 CPU
D2-260
<--->
0
MODBUS® RTU or DirectNET™ network protocol
Use port 2 on D2-260 or
D2-250-1 to network slaves
Connect operator interfaces to port 1 on the slaves
D2-260: Our most
powerful DL205 CPU
Our D2-260 CPU provides all the capabilities of the other DL205 CPUs (as well
as our D4-450 CPU), plus several additional features rarely found in a PLC of this
size. With such an incredible array of
features, you may be able to replace PLCs
costing hundreds (or thousands) more.
Release 4.0 or higher of DirectSOFT is
required to program the D2-260. If you’re
using a handheld programmer, version
2.10 of the handheld programmer
firmware is required. Here are a few key
features about the D2-260 CPU:
Local expansion I/O
The D2-260 supports local expansion up to
five total bases (one CPU base and four
expansion bases). Expansion bases are
commonly used when there are not enough
slots available in the CPU base, when the
base power budget will be exceeded, or
when placing an I/O base at a location
away from the CPU base ( but within the
expansion cable limits). All local and expansion I/O points are updated on every CPU
scan. Each local expansion base requires
the D2-CM module in the CPU slot. The
local CPU base requires the D2-EM
Expansion Module, as well as each expansion base. For more information on local
expansion, refer to the Expansion Modules
pages later in this section.
Use D2-DCM module if D2-240
is slave or if D2-250-1/D2-260
port 2 is occupied
Powerful built-in
CPU communications
16 PID loops
with auto-tuning
The D2-260 offers two communications
ports that provide a vast array of communication possibilities. The top RJ-12
RS-232 port can be used for connection to
a C-more or DV-1000 operator interface
panel, or as a single K-sequence or
DirectNET slave. The 15-pin bottom port
(port 2) supports RS-232 or RS422/RS485. This port offers several
different protocol options such as:
• K-sequence
• DirectNET Master/Slave
• Modbus RTU Master/Slave
• ASCII In/Out Communications
Port 2 can also serve as a remote I/O
master. The D2-260 supports the Ethernet
Communication module and Data
Communication Module for additional
communications ports.
The D2-260 CPU can process up to 16
PID loops directly in the CPU. You can
select from various control modes
including automatic, manual, and
cascade. There are also a wide variety of
alarms including Process Variable, Rate of
Change, and Deviation. The loop operation parameters (Process Variable,
Setpoint, Setpoint Limits, etc.) are stored in
V-memory, which allows easy access from
operator interfaces or HMIs. Setup is
accomplished with easy-to-use setup
menus and monitoring views in
DirectSOFT programming.
The auto-tuning feature is easy to use and
can reduce setup and maintenance time.
Basically, the CPU uses the auto- tuning
feature to automatically determine near
optimum loop settings. See the D2-250-1
CPU section for a PID loop control block
diagram.
D2-260 local expansion system
Note: All bases in the system must be (-1) bases.
D2-EXCBL-1
(Category 5
straight-through
cable with RJ45
connectors)
D2-EM
D2-260
D2-CM
D2-EM
D2-EM
D2-CM
The D2-260 offers:
• Up to four expansion bases
• Up to 1,024 inputs and 1,024 outputs
• Up to 30m (98 ft.) total expansion system cable
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D2-260 Key Features
DL05/06
PLC
CPU Status Indicators
Full array of
instructions
ON
OFF
ON
BATT
OFF
ON
CPU
OFF
ON
PWR
OFF
RUN
The right instruction can greatly simplify
your programming task and can save
hours of programming time.
The D2-260 supports over 280 powerful
instructions, such as:
• Four types of drum sequencers
• Leading / trailing edge triggered oneshots
• Bit-of-word manipulation
• Floating point conversions
• Trigonometric functions
• Table instructions
• ASCII IN/OUT instructions
For a complete list of instructions
supported by all DL205 CPUs, see the
end of this section.
Modbus RTU
instructions
The D2-260 CPU supports easy-to-use
Modbus Read/Write instructions that
expand our existing Modbus network
instruction capabilities. The MRX or MWX
instructions allow you to enter native
Modbus addressing in your ladder
program with no need to perform octalto-decimal conversion. We added
Function codes 05, 06 and the ability to
read Slave Exception Codes. These flexible instructions allow the user to select
the following parameters within one
instruction window:
• 584/984 or 484 Modbus data type
• Slave node (0-247)
• Function code
• Modbus starting master / slave memory
address
• Number of bits
• Exception code starting address
Examples of MRX and MWX
instructions in DirectSOFT
1
2
3
4
5
6
Mode Switch
RUN
Port 1 Pinouts
Pin
Signal
1
2
3
4
5
6
TERM
0V
5V
RXD (RS-232)
TXD (RS-232)
5V
0V
11
1
15
5
STOP
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Protocols
Devices
5VDC
TXD2 (RS-232)
RXD2 (RS-232)
RTS2 (RS-232)
CTS2 (RS-232)
RXD2- (RS-422/485)
0VDC
0VDC
TXD2+ (RS-422/485)
TXD2- (RS-422/485)
RTS2+ (RS-422/485)
RTS2- (RS-422/485)
RXD2- (RS-422/485)
CTS2+ (RS-422/485)
CTS2- (RS-422/485)
Specs.
K-sequence slave, DirectNET™ slave,
Modbus RTU slave
Can connect w/HPP, DirectSOFT, C-more,
DV-1000, O/I panels, or any DirectNET
master
6P6C phone jack connector RS-232
9,600 baud
Fixed address
Odd parity only
8 data bits one start, one stop
asynchronous, half-duplex, DTE
Port 2
Protocols
K-sequence slave, DirectNET
Master/Slave, Modbus RTU Master/Slave,
ASCII IN/OUT,
Remote I/O Master
Devices
Can connect w/many devices, such as
PCs running DirectSOFT, DSData, HMI
packages, C-more, DV-1000, other O/I
panels, any DirectNET or Modbus RTU
master or slave, or ASCII devices
Specs.
D2-BAT-1
HD15 connector
RS-232, RS-422/485*
300/600/1200/2400/4800
9600/19.2K/38.4K baud
Odd, even, or no parity
Selectable address
(1-90, HEX 1 – 5A)
8 data bits, one start, one stop
Asynchronous,
Half-duplex, DTE
DN-15TB
DL205
PLC
DL305
PLC
DL405
PLC
Field I/O
Software
C-more
HMIs
Other HMI
AC Drives
Motors
Steppers/
Servos
Motor
Controls
Proximity
Sensors
Photo
Sensors
Limit
Switches
Encoders
Current
Sensors
Pushbuttons/
Lights
Coin type, 3.0V Lithium battery, 560mA,
battery number CR2354
Process
On-board memory
ZIPLink cables and communications
adapter modules offer fast and convenient screw terminal connections for the
D2-260 bottom port. They
are RS-232/422 DIP switch
selectable.
See
the
Terminal Blocks and
Wiring section in this
catalog for ZIPLink part
numbers and descriptions
DL105
PLC
Battery (Optional)
Note: Batteries are not needed for program backup. However, you
should order a battery if you have parameters in V-memory that must be
maintained in case of a power outage.
*RS485 for Modbus protocol only
ZIPLink
communications
adapter modules
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Puts CPU into RUN mode
Allows peripherals (HPP, Direct SOFT) to
select the mode of operation
Forces CPU out of RUN mode
Port 1
Port 2 Pinouts
Pin
Signal
6
CPU is in RUN mode
CPU is in PROGRAM mode
Battery backup voltage is low
Battery backup voltage is OK or disabled
CPU internal diagnostics detects error
CPU is OK
CPU power good
CPU power failure
The D2-260 has 15.5K words of flash
memory on board for your program plus
14.2K words of data registers. With flash
memory, you don’t have to worry about
losing the program due to a bad battery.
Comm.
TB’s &
Wiring
Power
Circuit
Protection
Built-in remote
I/O connection
Enclosures
The bottom port on the D2-260 can be
used as a master for serial remote I/O
networks (see the D2-RSSS later in this
section for details).
PLC Products
Relays/
Timers
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Part Index
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D2-260 Key Features
ASCII
communications
instructions
The D2-260 CPU supports several
easy-to-use instructions that allow ASCII
strings to be read into and written from
the PLC communications ports.
Raw ASCII: Port 2 can be used for either
reading or writing raw ASCII strings, but
not for both.
Embedded ASCII characters: The D2-260
can decipher ASCII embedded within
a supported protocol (K-Sequence,
DirectNet, Modbus, Ethernet) via the CPU
ports, H2-ECOM or D2-DCM.
Here's how the D2-260 can
receive ASCII input strings:
1. ASCII IN (AIN) - This instruction configures port 2 for raw ASCII input strings
with parameters such as fixed and variable length ASCII strings, termination
characters, byte swapping options, and
instruction control bits. Use barcode
scanners, weight scales, etc. to write
raw ASCII input strings into port 2
based on the (AIN) instruction’s parameters.
2. Write embedded ASCII strings
directly to V-memory from an
external HMI or similar master
device via a supported communications protocol using the CPU ports,
H2-ECOM or D2-DCM. The AIN
instruction is not used in this case.
3. If a D2-260 PLC is a master on a
network, the Network Read instruction
(RX) can be used to read embedded
ASCII data from a slave device via a
supported communications protocol
using port 2, H2-ECOM or D2-DCM.
The RX instruction places the data
directly into V-memory.
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Here's how the D2-260 can write
ASCII output strings:
Additional instructions that help
manage the ASCII strings
1. Print from V-memory (PRINTV) - Use
this instruction to write raw ASCII strings
out of port 2 to a display panel or a
serial printer, etc. The instruction
features the starting V-memory address,
string length, byte swapping options,
etc. When the instruction's permissive
bit is enabled, the string is written to
port 2.
The following instructions can be very
helpful in managing the ASCII strings
within the CPU’s V-memory:
2. Print to V-memory (VPRINT) - Use this
instruction to create pre-coded ASCII
strings in the PLC (i.e. alarm
messages). When the instruction's
permissive bit is enabled, the message
is loaded into a pre-defined V-memory
address location. Then the (PRINTV)
instruction may be used to write the
pre-coded ASCII string out of port
2. American, European and Asian
Time/Date stamps are supported.
3. Print Message (PRINT) - This existing
instruction can be used to create precoded ASCII strings in the PLC. When
the instruction's permissive bit is
enabled, the string is written to port 2.
The VPRINT/PRINTV instruction combination is more powerful and flexible
than the PRINT instruction.
4. If a D2-260 PLC is a master on a
network, the Network Write instruction
(WX) can be used to write embedded
ASCII data to an HMI or slave device
directly from V-memory via a supported
communications protocol using port 2,
H2-ECOM or D2-DCM.
ASCII Find (AFIND) - Finds where a
specific portion of the ASCII string
is located in continuous V-memory
addresses. Forward and reverse searches
are supported.
ASCII Extract (AEX) - Extracts a specific
portion (usually some data value) from the
ASCII find location or other known ASCII
data location.
Compare V-memory (CMPV) - This
instruction is used to compare two blocks
of V-memory addresses and is usually
used to detect a change in an ASCII
string. Compared data types must be of
the same format (i.e. BCD, ASCII, etc.).
Swap Bytes (SWAPB) - Usually used to
swap V-memory bytes on ASCII data that
was written directly to V-memory from an
external HMI or similar master device via
a communications protocol. The AIN and
AEX instructions have a built-in byte swap
feature.
Example of VPRINT instruction
in DirectSOFT
Example AIN instructionin
DirectSOFT
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Overview
D2-250-1 Key Features
D2-250-1 can serve as network master
DL05/06
PLC
DL105
PLC
Easily connect programming devices or HMI to CPU ports
D2-250-1 CPU
D2-250-1
DL205
PLC
<--->
DL305
PLC
0
DL405
PLC
DirectNET™ or MODBUS® RTU network
Field I/O
Software
Connect operator interfaces to port 1 on the slaves
D2-250-1 replaces
D2-250
Our D2-250-1 CPU replaces the D2250 CPU. The D2-250-1 offers all the
features and functionality of the D2-250
with the addition of local I/O expansion
capability. The D2-250-1 offers an
incredible array of features for a CPU
that costs so little.
Release 2.1 or higher of DirectSOFT is
required to program the D2-250-1.
Release 4.0 or higher is required if you
intend to use local expansion I/O.
If you’re using a handheld programmer,
at least version 2.10 of the handheld
programmer firmware is required.
A few key features of the D2-250-1 CPU
follow.
Local expansion I/O
The D2-250-1 supports local expansion
up to three total bases (one CPU base and
two expansion bases). Expansion bases
are commonly used when there are not
enough slots available in the CPU base,
when the base power budget will be
exceeded or when placing an I/O base at
a location away from the CPU base, but
within the expansion cable limits. All local
and expansion I/O points are updated on
every CPU scan. Each local expansion
base requires the D2-CM module in the
CPU slot. The local CPU base requires
the D2-EM Expansion Module, as well as
each expansion base. For more information on local expansion, refer to the
Expansion Modules pages later in this
section.
Use D2-DCM module if D2-240
is slave or if D2-250-1/D2-260
port 2 is occupied
Use port 2 on D2-260 or
D2-250-1 to network slaves
Powerful built-in
CPU communications
Four PID
loops with
auto-tuning
The D2-250-1 offers two communication
ports that provide a vast array of communication possibilities. The top RS-232
port is for programming, connection to a
C-more operator interface panel or
DV-1000, or to serve as a single
DirectNET slave. The 15-pin bottom port
(port 2) supports RS-232 or RS-422. This
port offers several different protocol
options such as:
• K-sequence
• DirectNET master/slave
• Modbus RTU master/slave
Port 2 can also serve as a remote I/O
master. The D2-250 supports the
Ethernet Communication Module and
Data Communication Module for additional communications ports.
D2-CM
Other HMI
AC Drives
Motors
The D2-250-1 CPU can process up to 4
PID loops directly in the CPU. You can
select from various control modes
including automatic, manual, and
cascade control. There are a wide variety
of alarms including Process Variable,
Rate of Change, and Deviation. The loop
operation parameters (Process Variable,
Setpoint, Setpoint Limits, etc.) are stored
in V-memory, which allows easy access
from operator interfaces or HMIs. Setup
is accomplished with easy-to-use setup
menus and monitoring views in
DirectSOFT programming.
The auto-tuning feature is easy to use
and can reduce setup and maintenance
time. Basically, the CPU uses the autotuning feature to automatically determine
near optimum loop settings. See the next
page for a PID loop control block
diagram.
D2-250-1 local expansion system
Note: All bases in the system must be (-1) bases.
C-more
HMIs
The D2-250-1 offers:
• up to two expansion bases
• up to 768 physical I/O points
• up to 30m (98 ft.) total expansion system
D2-EM
cable
Steppers/
Servos
Motor
Controls
Proximity
Sensors
Photo
Sensors
Limit
Switches
Encoders
Current
Sensors
Pushbuttons/
Lights
Process
Relays/
Timers
Comm.
TB’s &
Wiring
Power
Circuit
Protection
Enclosures
D2-CM
D2-EM
Appendix
D2-EM
D2-250-1
CPU
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D2-EXCBL-1 (Category 5
straight-through cable with
RJ45 connectors)
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D2-250-1 Key Features
CPU Status Indicators
Full array of
instructions
ON
OFF
ON
BATT
OFF
ON
CPU
OFF
ON
PWR
OFF
CPU is in RUN mode
CPU is in PROGRAM mode
Battery backup voltage is low
Battery backup voltage is OK or disabled
CPU internal diagnostics detects error
CPU is OK
CPU power good
CPU power failure
RUN
Puts CPU into RUN mode
Allows peripherals (HPP, Direct SOFT) to
select the mode of operation
Forces CPU out of RUN mode
RUN
The D2-250-1 supports over 210
powerful instructions, such as:
• Four types of drum sequencers
• Leading and trailing edge triggered oneshots
• Bit-of-word manipulation
• Floating point conversions
• Four PID loops
For a complete list of instructions
supported by all DL205 CPUs, see the end
of this section.
DL250-1
CPU
1
2
3
4
5
6
Mode Switch
Port 1 Pinouts
Pin
Signal
TERM
1
2
3
4
5
6
STOP
0V
5V
RXD (RS-232)
TXD (RS-232)
5V
0V
Port 1
Protocols
Port 2 Pinouts
Pin
Signal
On-board memory
6
The D2-250-1 has 7.6K words of flash
memory on board for your program plus
7.1K words of V-memory (data registers).
With flash memory, you don’t have to
worry about losing the program due to a
bad battery. If you have critical data stored
in the capacitor backed V-memory, simply
purchase the optional lithium battery
(D2-BAT-1) to permanently maintain these
parameters.
11
1
15
5
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Devices
5VDC
TXD2 (RS-232)
RXD2 (RS-232)
RTS2 (RS-232)
CTS2 (RS-232)
RXD2- (RS-422)
0VDC
0VDC
TXD2+ (RS-422)
TXD2- (RS-422)
RTS2+ (RS-422)
RTS2- (RS-422)
RXD2- (RS-422)
CTS2+ (RS-422)
CTS2- (RS-422)
Specs.
Port 2
Protocols
Devices
Built-in remote
I/O connection
In addition to providing outstanding
communications capabilities, the bottom
port on the D2-250-1 can also be a
master for remote I/O networks. If you
need extra I/O at a remote distance from
the CPU, you can use this port to add up
to seven of our remote slave stations (see
the D2-RSSS for additional information
later in this section.)
Specs.
DN-15TB
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K-sequence slave, DirectNET
Master/Slave, Modbus RTU Master/Slave,
ASCII OUT,
Remote I/O Master
Can connect w/many devices, such as
PCs running DirectSOFT, DSData, HMI
packages, C-more, DV-1000, other O/I
panels, any DirectNET or Modbus RTU
master or slave, or ASCII devices
HD15 connector
RS-232/422
300/600/1200/2400/4800
9600/19.2 K/38.4 Kbaud
Odd, even, or no parity
Selectable address
(1-90, HEX 1 – 5A)
8 data bits, one start, one stop
Asynchronous,
Half-duplex, DTE
Battery (Optional)
Coin type, 3.0 V Lithium battery, 560 mA,
battery number CR2354
Note: Batteries are not needed for program backup. However, you should order a battery if you
have parameters in V-memory that must be maintained in case of a power outage.
D2-BAT-1
ZIPLink
communications adapter
modules
ZIPLink cables and communications
adapter modules offer fast and convenient screw terminal connections for the
D2-250-1 lower port. They
are RS232/422 DIP switch
selectable.
For
part
numbers and descriptions,
see the Terminal Blocks and
Wiring section.
K-sequence slave, DirectNET™ slave,
Modbus RTU slave
Can connect w/HPP, DirectSOFT, C-more,
DV-1000, O/I panels, or any DirectNET
master
6P6C phone jack connector RS-232
9,600 baud
Fixed address
Odd parity only
8 data bits one start, one stop
asynchronous, half-duplex, DTE
DL205 analog output or
discrete output module
C-more, DV–1000,
or other OI Units
Setpoint
Value
Control
Equation
Control
Output
Control
Element
Proces s
(heater , etc.)
(valve, etc.)
PID loop control block diagram
DL205 Analog or
Temperature
Input Modules
Proces s
Variable
Input
Proces s
Variable
Sensor
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Overview
D2-230/240 Key Features
D2-240 CPU
D2-240
<--->
DL05/06
PLC
for programming, to our handheld
programmer, C-more, or to the DV-1000.
The bottom port is a slave-only port and
supports our DirectNET™ or K-sequence
protocol at speeds up to 19.2 Kbaud. If
you’re using an operator interface or if
you plan on connecting the system to a
network later on, then you can choose
the D2-240. The D2-240 also supports
the D2-DCM Data Communication
Module and the H2-ECOM Ethernet
Communication Modules.
DL105
PLC
D2-230 CPU
D2-230
<--->
DL205
PLC
DL305
PLC
DL405
PLC
Field I/O
Software
C-more
HMIs
DL205 spare
EEPROM chips
D2-240: for basic
applications
The D2-240 provides a subset of the
D2-250-1’s capabilities. If you need a
good CPU with multiple communications
ports, and complex math or PID isn’t
required, then the D2-240 is the CPU for
you!
Built-in memory
Other HMI
There may be cases where you want to
have a spare EEPROM chip available.
For example, maybe you need to
upgrade a customer’s machine with your
latest enhancements. You can purchase
extra EEPROM chips (two per pack).
These can be installed in the CPU (D2230/D2-240 only) and programmed, or
they can be programmed directly with the
DL205 handheld programmer.
The D2-230 is our most economical CPU
in the DL205 product family. If you are
looking at the DL205 primarily because
of the size, or for other reasons that don’t
require lots of CPU horsepower, then give
the D2-230 a try.
Built-in
EEPROM memory
CPU Side View
There is 2.5K of EEPROM program
memory in the D2-240. No additional
memory is required.
If you have critical data stored in the
capacitor backed V-memory, simply
purchase the optional lithium battery
(D2-BAT) to permanently maintain these
parameters as well.
D2-230: our lowest
price DL205 CPU
Write Protect
Jumper
E E PROM
EEPROM location
EEPROM
D2-EE-1
D2-EE-2
Powerful instructions
CPU
D2-230
D2-240
The D2-240 instructions cover most of
the capability of our more powerful
D2-250-1, and allow you to cover a
wide variety of applications. Instructions
include Boolean logic, data manipulation, integer math, interrupts, subroutines, FOR/NEXT loops, etc. For a
complete list of instructions, see the back
of this section.
CPU Program
2.0K
Storage Capacity
2.4K
Writing Cycle
Life
10,000
10,000
Write Inhibit
CPU jumper
CPU jumper
Memory Clear
Method
Electrical
Electrical
Two built-in RS-232
communications ports
The D2-240 offers two communication
ports. The top port can be used for a
direct connection to a personal computer
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There is 2.0K of EEPROM program
memory in the D2-230. No additional
memory is required.
If you have critical data stored in the
capacitor-backed V-memory, simply
purchase the optional lithium battery
(D2-BAT) to permanently maintain these
parameters as well.
AC Drives
Motors
Steppers/
Servos
Motor
Controls
Proximity
Sensors
Photo
Sensors
Limit
Switches
Encoders
Current
Sensors
Pushbuttons/
Lights
Process
One built-in
communications port
The D2-230 has only one communication port. If you are considering any
network connections in the future, you
will need the D2-240, D2-250-1 or D2260 CPU. The extra port may be worth
the cost, especially during machine
startup or troubleshooting sessions. The
D2-230 does not support the Ethernet or
Data Communications modules.
Basic instruction set
The D2-230 provides a subset of the
D2-240’s well-rounded instructions. The
D2-230’s instructions cover basic
Boolean and simple integer math.
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Relays/
Timers
Comm.
TB’s &
Wiring
Power
Circuit
Protection
Enclosures
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Part Index
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D2-230/240 Key Features
The diagram to the right shows the various
hardware features found on the D2-230
and D2-240 CPUs.
LED indicators
PWR
BATT
RUN
CPU
DL230
ON
OFF
ON
BATT
OFF
ON
CPU
OFF
ON
PWR
OFF
RUN
TERM
RS-232
communication port
DirectSOFT
Operator interface
Devices
Specs.
Port 2 (D2-240 only)
Protocols
K-sequence slave, DirectNET slave
Devices
Can connect w/many devices, such as
PCs running DirectSOFT, DSData, HMI
packages, C-more, DV-1000, or any
DirectNET master
Specs.
6P6C phone jack connector
300/600/1200/2400/4800
9600/19.2k baud
Odd or no parity
Selectable address (1-90, HEX 1 – 5A)
8 data bits, one start, one stop
Asynchronous, Half-duplex, DTE
TERM
CH3
CH4
PORT 1
RS-232
communication port
DirectSOFT
DirectNET
Operator interface
Puts CPU into RUN mode
Allows peripherals (HPP, Direct SOFT) to
select the mode of operation
K-sequence slave
Can connect w/HPP, DirectSOFT™,
C-more, DV-1000
6P6C phone jack connector RS-232
9,600 baud
Fixed address
Odd parity only
8 data bits, one start, one stop
asynchronous, half-duplex, DTE
RUN
CH2
PORT 1
Port 1
Protocols
CPU
CH1
CPU is in RUN mode
CPU is in PROGRAM mode
Battery backup voltage is low
Battery backup voltage is OK or disabled
CPU internal diagnostics detects error
CPU is OK
CPU power good
CPU power failure
Mode Switch (D2-240 only)
RUN
RUN
CPU
DL240
Analog adjustments
CPU
CPU Status Indicators
PWR
BATT
Mode switch
PORT2
DL230/240
Port 1 Pinouts
Pin
Signal
DL240
Port 2 Pinouts
Pin
Signal
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
0V
5V
RXD (RS-232)
TXD (RS-232)
5V
0V
0V
5V
RXD (RS-232)
TXD (RS-232)
RTS
0V
1
2
3
4
5
6
Phone jack
connector
CPU side view
PWR
BATT
Optional battery
RUN
CPU
DL240
CPU
RUN
TERM
Turn clockwise to
increase value
CH1
CH2
Analog
Potentiometers
CH3
CH4
CH1
CH2
EE PROM
PORT 1
PORT2
Battery (Optional)
D2-BAT
CR14250SE
Note: Batteries are not needed for program backup. However, you should order a battery if you
have parameters in V-memory that must be maintained in case of a power outage.
Four external
potentiometers
for adjustments
There are four potentiometers on the face
plate of the D2-240 CPU. They have a
resolution of 256 steps and can be used
to externally adjust four predefined
V-memory locations inside the D2-240
CPU. You specify upper and lower limits
for the values and the CPU takes care of
the rest!
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Overview
DL205 Programming Tools and Cables
DL05/06
PLC
DL105
PLC
Selecting a
programming device
DL205
PLC
There are two tools for programming the
DL205 CPUs: DirectSOFT PC-based
programming software and the D2-HPP
handheld programmer.
DL305
PLC
DL405
PLC
DirectSOFT
programming software
Field I/O
Our powerful Windows-based programming package makes it easy for you to
program and monitor your DL205 PLC
system. See the Software section in this
catalog for detailed information on
DirectSOFT.
Software
C-more
HMIs
Other HMI
AC Drives
DirectSoft
Part Number
Description
PC-DSOFT5
Programs all DirectLOGIC PLC CPUs;
offers IBox intelligent instructions
PC-DS100
Free version of DirectSOFT;
programs all DirectLOGIC PLC CPUs;
limited to 100 word program
Motors
Steppers/
Servos
Motor
Controls
Note: The D2-260 requires DirectSOFT version 4.0 or later
Pin labeling conforms to IBM DTE and DCE standards
Proximity
Sensors
D2--DSCB L
DL205 programming cables
Choose the proper cable to connect the
DL205 CPU to your PC running DirectSoft.
CPU
D2-230
D2-240
D2-250-1
D2-260
Port
Cable
Only one
D2-DSCBL
Top port
D2-DSCBL
Bottom port
D2-DSCBL
Top port
D2-DSCBL
Bottom port
D2-DSCBL-1
Top port
D2-DSCBL
Bottom port
D2-DSCBL-1
Handheld programmer
Pers onal Computer
2
3
5
1
4
6
7
8
R S 232C
R XD
TXD
GND
DCD
DTR
DSR
RTS
CTS
D2-230/240/250(-1)/260
CPU Ports
Photo
Sensors
4 TXD
3 R XD
1 GND
Limit
Switches
Encoders
1 2 3 4 5 6
6-pin Phone Plug
(6P6C)
9-pin D--Connector (female)
D2--DSCB L --1
Personal Computer
Current
Sensors
Pushbuttons/
Lights
D2-250(-1)/260
(bottom port)
Process
R S 232C
2
3
5
1
4
6
7
8
R XD
TXD
GND
DCD
DTR
DSR
RTS
CTS
2
3
7
4
5
TXD
R XD
GND
RTS
CTS
Relays/
Timers
Comm.
15-pin HD--connector (male)
9-pin D--Connector (female)
The D2-HPP handheld programmer
connects to an RJ12 phone jack port on
any of the DL205 CPUs. The handheld
unit contains a zero force insertion socket
that can be used to store programs on an
optional EEPROM. Can be used with
DL05, DL06, DL105, DL205, and
D3-350 models.
TB’s &
Wiring
Power
D2-HPP
Handheld programmer,
cable included
(DV-1000CBL)
Circuit
Protection
Enclosures
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DL205 WinPLC: Windows® CE-based CPU
Specifications
DL205
WinPLC
H2-WPLC2-EN <--->
H2-WPLC3-EN <--->
PC-WPLC-START*
Processor
Processor Speed
Pre-loaded Software
Memory
Indicators
Local I/O Points
Ethernet Remote I/O points
Port 0
PC control
with a WinPLC
The WinPLC provides a Windows® CE operating system environment in our DL205 CPU
hardware. The small size and low cost of
DL205 products is desirable, but the operating systems of the D2-230, 240, 250-1
and 260 CPUs are proprietary (like most
PLCs). The WinPLC provides a hybrid PC-PLC
solution that brings the best of the PLC and
PC control worlds together. A WinPLC system
is the best solution if your applications
requires:
• Complex math
• Heavy serial communications
(can use the H2-SERIO module)
• Advanced data manipulation
• Advanced handling of string or array data
• Up to 64 PID loops
Here’s how it works
The WinPLC module is plugged into the
CPU slot of the DL205 base. It uses
Windows CE, a real-time operating system
combined with the advantages of open
standard software such as OPC, ActiveX
and other Microsoft communications tools.
The WinPLC offers both deterministic
control and open communications. It uses
advanced software development tools for
control, data management, communication and integration with business systems.
The WinPLC supports the following DL205
modules only:
• All discrete and analog modules
• Temperature input modules
• H2-SERIO serial communications module
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Port 1
I/O Interface
Power Consumption
Weight
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Agency Listings
Manufacturer
H2-WPLC2-EN
H2-WPLC3-EN
Hitachi SH3 Series 7708 Processor
100 MHz
Runtime engine compatible with Think & Do Studio or Think & Do Live!
4MB FLASH EE ROM,
2MB RAM,
64kB battery-backed RAM10Mbps
8MB FLASH EE ROM,
8MB RAM,
64kB battery-backed RAM10Mbps
Power, Link/Act, Run, Error
256 (224 if using H2-ERM in module slot for Ethernet remote I/O)
256 (using H2-ERM master in local WinPLC base and H*-EBC or T1H-EBC remote slave
RJ12, 6-pin modular, serial port, supports K-sequence,
or any protocol from Windows CE
RJ45, 8-pin modular, Ethernet 10MBPS
Backplane to DL205 (Up to 9-Slot base), expandable with H2-ERM
• H2-ERM module for Ethernet remote I/O
(limited to one ERM and one EBC slave
per system)
• H2-CTRIO Counter I/O module
DL205 specialty modules not listed above
are not supported by the WinPLC.
Built-in Ethernet port
The WinPLC is programmed via a built-in 10
MB Ethernet port. WinPLCs can use OPC or
DDE to link to an HMI or other application
using this high-speed port; or, share tags with
any controller running Think & Do software
for coordinated control with a PC system. The
built-in Ethernet port can also be used for
peer-to-peer communications between
multiple WinPLCs.
Built-in serial port
A built-in RS-232 serial port lets you connect
a C-more or other operator interfaces to the
WinPLC. You can also connect to devices
such as barcode readers, weight scales or
serial modems to the serial port. Unlike most
RLL programming, the Think & Do programming method is designed for easy communication
programming
and
string
manipulation. Up to nine additional serial
ports can be added to a WinPLC system by
using the H2-SERIO serial communication
module. For more information on the
H2-SERIO module see “Additional Serial
Ports for the WinPLC” later in this section.
680 mA at 5VDC
6 oz.
0–60°C
-20-70°C
UL Listing
Host Automation Products, LLC.
Programming the WinPLC
Creating flowcharts (projects) for the
WinPLC requires one of the following development packages running on a PC
equipped with an Ethernet card: Think & Do
Live! (PC-ENT-LIVE), the low-cost T&D Live!
for
WinPLC
programming
pack
(PC-WPLC-LIVE), or Think & Do Studio
(PC-ENT-SDD). Since each WinPLC includes
its own run-time license, you can program
as many WinPLCs as you need, at no additional cost. When you compile your project,
the PC automatically downloads the flowcharts into the WinPLC. Then at runtime (or
at power-up), the WinPLC will run the flowchart program.
CE-only version WinPLC
This version of the WinPLC is not preconfigured with any control software. It’s for qualified OEMs or software developers who
want to develop their control code in VB or
C++. AUTOMATIONDIRECT does not sell this
version of the WinPLC. If you are interested
in
the
CE-only
version,
visit
www.hosteng.com for details.
*See the Think & Do PC Control software section in this
catalog for information on the PC-WPLC-START Starter
Kit, and the PC-WPLC-LIVE Think & Do Live! WinPLC
programming package.
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DL205 CPU-Slot Slave Controllers
Overview
I/O for general purpose distributed applications.
There are currently four slave “base
controllers” or “slave I/O controllers”
available for the DL205 hardware. This
allows you to use industry proven DL205
The controller modules are plugged into
the CPU slot of any size DL205 base. The
slave controllers must be connected to a
network master controller module or to a
PC running PC-based control, HMI or
SCADA software.
DL105
PLC
DL205
PLC
DL305
PLC
DL405
PLC
H2-EBC
Ethernet Base Controller Module
Field I/O
Ethernet Slaves
Software
H2-EBC slave
See page 4–52
PC-based control
software master
or PLC Ethernet
remote I/O
C-more
HMIs
H4-EBC slave
Other HMI
T1H-EBC slave
AC Drives
Motors
H2-PBC
Profibus slave nodes
Profibus DP Slave
Base Controller Module
H2-PBC slave
PLC or PC-based Profibus master
Steppers/
Servos
Motor
Controls
H2-PBC slave
Proximity
Sensors
See page 4–60
....
Photo
Sensors
Limit
Switches
Encoders
F2-DEVNETS-1
DeviceNet slave nodes
PLC or PC-based DeviceNet master
Pushbuttons/
Lights
DeviceNet Slave Module
F2-DEVNETS-1 slave
Current
Sensors
F2-DEVNETS-1 slave
Process
See page 4–62
Relays/
Timers
....
Comm.
TB’s &
Wiring
Power
F2-SDS-1
Smart Distributed System I/O
SDS Slave I/O
F2-SDS-1 slave
PLC or PC-based SDS master
Circuit
Protection
F2-SDS-1 slave
Enclosures
See page 4–64
Appendix
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Step 3: Additional Communications Ports Needed?
Do you need communications ports in
addition to the built-in CPU communications ports to connect to an operator interface or HMI? Would you like to connect to
a network of other AUTOMATIONDIRECT
products, or a Modbus RTU or Ethernet
network? If so, then choose between the
H2-ECOM(100) Ethernet communications
module or the D2-DCM serial data
communications module. Both modules’
specifications and communications details
are covered later in this section.
Ethernet networking
with the H2-ECOM(100)
The D2-260, D2-250-1 and D2-240
CPUs support the H2-ECOM(100)
Ethernet communications module. Any
PLC on an ECOM network can initiate
communications with another PLC or use
DirectSOFT to program any PLC on the
network. This is the fastest data transfer
rate we offer for HMI or other Windowsbased software. When monitoring your
PLC, you will notice much faster updates
using the ECOM module. The H2ECOM(100) module supports the industry
standard 10Base-T with an RJ45 port. The
H2-ECOM-F has ST-style bayonet connectors for 10Base-FL fiber optic connections.
The ECOM modules use standard cables,
hubs and repeaters which are available
from a large number of suppliers. A virtually unlimited number of PLCs can be
connected to an Ethernet network using
ECOM modules.
Serial networking
with the D2-DCM
The D2-260, D2-250-1, and D2-240
CPUs support the D2-DCM Data
Communications Module, which can
serve as a DirectNet master/slave,
DirectNet peer, or a Modbus RTU slave.
The D2-DCM supports both RS-232 and
RS-422. You can program the CPU
through the DCM locally, or if a PC is the
RS-422 master, you can use DirectSOFT
to program any PLC on the network.
H2-ECOM100 Ethernet network
PCs running DirectSoft PLC
programming software,
DSData or HMI software
E-SW05U Ethernet Switch
(see the Communications
Products section)
D4-450,
D4-440,
or D4-430
H4-ECOM
D2-260,
D2-250-1,
or D2-240
H2-ECOM
H2-ECOM
The H2-ECOM(100) can be used for:
• High-speed peer-to-peer networking of PLCs (any PLC can initiate communications)
• CPU programming with DirectSOFT Programming Software
• High-speed data acquisition via HMI, DSData Server, LookoutDirect or other HMI software
• Virtually unlimited number of network nodes
• Very easy to setup
D2-DCM serial network
Connect
the D2-DCM to our
MDM-TEL serial modem (see
the Communication products section)
DCM as Master
RS232 to RS422
Converter
D2–240 Slave
D2–DCM Slave
DL–405 CPU (bottom port)
Peer-to-peer network
D3–340 Slave
DCM as Peer
DCM as Peer
The D2-DCM can be used for:
• DirectNet networking of PLCs (only one DCM or PC can serve as master)
• Peer-to-peer networking of two DCM modules (each can serve as a master or slave)
• CPU programming with DirectSOFT Programming Software
• Data acquisition via HMI, DSData Server, LookoutDirect or other HMI software
• A slave on a Modbus RTU network
• Connection to a serial modem (MDM-TEL)
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Additional Serial Ports for the WinPLC
H2-SERIO
serial communications
module for the WinPLC
Do you need serial communications ports
in addition to the built-in serial port on the
WinPLC? Do you need to connect to
multiple C-more or other operator interface panels? Would you like to connect
devices such as barcode readers, weight
scales or serial modems to your WinPLC
system? If so, then select the H2-SERIO
serial communications module. This
module is used exclusively with the
WinPLC.
Separate communication Note on processing large
parameters for each port amounts of serial data
Use Think & Do software packages to set
baud rate, parity, data bits, and stop bits
for each serial port. Choose from 300 to
57.6 Kbaud communication speeds.
Think & Do Studio or Think & Do Live!
allows each port to be designated as a
Modbus slave or a generic serial device.
Each port on the H2–SERIO module is
capable of full hardware handshaking.
While the H2-SERIO module will support
virtually any serial device, processing
large amounts of serial data will increase
the system response time. This is important to consider when using multiple H2SERIO modules, especially in a WinPLC
local base with an H2-ERM or H2-CTRIO
module.
DL105
PLC
DL205
PLC
DL305
PLC
DL405
PLC
Field I/O
Software
C-more
HMIs
Other HMI
Protocols supported
The H2-SERIO module supports serial
ASCII communications and can also serve
as a Modbus RTU slave.
DL05/06
PLC
Connect the WinPLC / H2-SERIO system to a
variety of serial or ASCII devices.
Barcode scanners
Weigh scales
C-more HMI panels
Up to ten serial ports
AC Drives
Motors
Steppers/
Servos
Motor
Controls
The WinPLC has one built-in serial port.
Each H2-SERIO module has three serial
ports on board. Up to three H2-SERIO
modules can be used per WinPLC system.
That’s a total of ten serial ports that can
be used in one WinPLC system to handle
all of your serial communications needs.
Proximity
Sensors
Photo
Sensors
Limit
Switches
Encoders
Current
Sensors
Pushbuttons/
Lights
Process
Relays/
Timers
Comm.
C-more HMI panels
C-more Micro
Graphics panels
TB’s &
Wiring
Power
Circuit
Protection
MDM-TELSerial modems
Enclosures
Appendix
Part Index
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Step 4: Select the I/O Modules
There are several factors you should
consider when choosing an I/O module.
1. Environmental specifications: What environmental conditions will the I/O module be
subjected to?
2. Hardware specifications: Does this
product have the right features, performance
and capacity to adequately serve your application?
3. Field termination: How does this
module connect to field devices? Do you
need a sinking or sourcing DC module?
4. Power budget: It is very important that
your module selections operate within the
base power budget. Refer to the power
budget description later in this section.
Check the environmental
specifications
The following table lists the environmental
specifications that globally apply to the
DL205 system (CPUs, bases, and I/O
modules). Be sure the modules you
choose are operated within these environmental specifications.
Review I/O hardware
specifications
The hardware specifications for every
DL205 module are described later in this
section.
Take time to understand the specification
charts, the derating curves and the wiring
diagrams. The module specifications
should help you determine if this module is
right for your application.
Factors affecting field
termination
DL205 modules use three types of field
terminations. They include a low density
removable terminal block (used on
modules with eight or fewer points), a high
density removable terminal block
(European style terminal block available
on modules with 12 to 16 points), and a
40-pin connector (for modules with 32
points). The module diagrams indicate the
connector type that is on the module. You
can also use our super fast and inexpensive ZIPLink I/O connector systems.
Specifications and ratings
Module types and suggested AWG range
Storage temperature*
-4ºF – 158ºF (-20ºC to 70ºC)
Ambient operating temperature**
32ºF – 131ºF (0º to 55ºC)
Ambient humidity
30% - 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
Vibration resistance
MIL STD 810C, Method 514.2
Shock resistance
MIL STD 810C, Method 516.2
Noise immunity
NEMA (ICS3-304)
Atmosphere
No corrosive gases
* Storage temperature for the Handheld
Programmer is –4º to 158ºF (-20º to 70ºC)
4 point
16* - 24 AWG
8 point
16* - 24 AWG
12 point
16* - 24 AWG
16 point
16* - 24 AWG
32 point
Ribbon and Solder-style Connectors
* Note: 16 AWG Type TFFN or Type MTW can be
used on 8 pt. modules. Other types of 16 AWG
may be acceptable, but it really depends on the
thickness of the wire insulation. If the insulation
is too thick and you use all the I/O points, then
the plastic terminal cover may not close properly.
Storage temperature for the DV-1000 is
–4º to 158ºF (-20º to 70ºC)
** Operating temperature for the Handheld
Programmer is 32º to 122ºF (0º to 50ºC)
Operating temperature for the DV-1000 is 32º to
122ºF (0º to 50ºC)
This logo is placed by each I/O
module that supports ZIPLink
connection systems. (The I/O
modules are listed at the end of
this section.) See the Terminal
Blocks and Wiring section for
details on ZIPLinks.
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ZIPLink system connected
to an I/O Module
Need spare parts?
Sometimes it is helpful to have extra I/O
module connectors or spare fuses. The
DL205 spare parts and accessories are
listed below:
• D2-FILL – Filler module for empty slots
• D2-8IOCON – 8-pt. I/O terminal blocks
• D2-16IOCON – 16-pt. I/O terminal blocks
• D2-IOCVR – Spare terminal block covers
• D2-FUSE-1 – Fuses for D2-12TA
• D2-FUSE-3 – Fuses for D2-04TD1, D208TA, D2-04TRS, D2-08TR,
D2-08CDR
• D2-FUSE-4 – Fuses for D2-12TR
• D2-ACC-1 – Base power terminal strip
screws
• D2-ACC-2 – Spare terminal screws for
4-pt. and 8-pt. I/O modules
• D2-ACC-3 –Spare terminal screws for
12-pt. and 16-pt. I/O modules
• D4-IO3264R – Ribbon cable connector
for 32-pt. modules.
• D4-IO3264S – Solder-type connector
for 32-pt. modules.
• DINnectors and ZIPLinks — Refer to
the Terminal Blocks and Wiring section
of this catalog for the complete line of
products available.
DINnectors terminal
blocks
DINnectors
are DIN-rail mounted
connectors or terminal blocks. They
provide a means of connecting and identifying two or more wires. All DINnectors
are UL, CSA, VDE, SEV, RINA and IEC
approved. For more information, refer to
the Terminal Blocks and Wiring section.
ZIPLink connection
systems
ZIPLinks consist of PLC interface cables
and connector modules that offer “plug
and play” capability by plugging one end
of the ZIPLink cable into an I/O module
and the other end into the ZIPLink
connector module. This eliminates the
tedious process of wiring PLC I/O terminals to terminal blocks individually. For
more information, refer to the Terminal
Blocks and Wiring section to determine
compatibility among PLCs, cables and I/O
modules.
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I/O Availability
DL05/06
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I/0 Availability Table
DL105
PLC
PLC CPU / CPU-Slot Controller D2-230 D2-240 D2-250-1 D2-260 WinPLC Profibus H2-EBC F2-SDS-1 F2-DEVNETS-1
Discrete Modules Catalog
Pages
DC Sink/Source In
DC Output
AC Input
AC Output
Relay Out
DC In / Relay Out
4-31
4-29
4-26
4-34
4-60
4-52
4-64
4-62
(except 32-pt.)
(except 32-pt.)
DL305
PLC
C-more
HMIs
4-108
4-106
4-110
4-112
4-78
4-83
4-80
4-88
4-90
4-95
Analog Modules
Analog Current In
Analog Voltage In
Analog Current Out
Analog Voltage Out
Analog Isolated
Current Out
Analog Isolated
Voltage Out
Combination Analog
Temperature Input
4-96
4-99
4-104
DL405
PLC
Field I/O
Software
Other HMI
AC Drives
Motors
4-102
Speciality Modules
Local Expansion
Communications
Remote I/O
CoProcessor
Counter I/O (CTRIO)
Counter Interface
DL205
PLC
4-31
4-48
4-56
4-55
4-66
4-68
4-76
Steppers/
Servos
Motor
Controls
Proximity
Sensors
(H2-ERM)
Sinking and sourcing
for DC field devices
Analog module
selection tips
If you are using a DC type of field device,
then you should consider whether the
device is a sinking or sourcing configuration. This may affect your module selection since it determines the manner in
which the device must be wired to the
module (AUTOMATIONDIRECT offers both
sinking and sourcing modules). Refer to
the sinking/sourcing appendix for a
complete explanation on how this affects
your system selection.
If you’re going to control the speed of an
AC inverter or drive with the DL205
analog module, make sure you select
either the current sourcing F2-02DAS-1
or voltage sourcing F2-02DAS-2 isolated
analog output module. Complete
module specifications are listed later in
this section.
If you need to operate within a 12 VDC
environment, the analog module part
numbers that end with (-L) will operate at
12 VDC. Most of the other modules
require 24 VDC.
Photo
Sensors
Limit
Switches
Encoders
H2-CTRIO vs. D2-CTRINT
high-speed counter
module
Select the H2-CTRIO instead of the
D2-CTRINT if your application requires:
• More than one quadrature encoder
• More than two single up counters
• Compatibility with the WinPLC
• High-speed inputs or outputs > 5 kHz
• Output operations on the module based
on counts without interacting with the
CPU
The CTRIO is configured using “CTRIO
Workbench”, a Windows-based “Wizard”
utility, eliminating the need for ladder
logic programming to configure the
module. Multiple CTRIO modules can be
used in a base to support additional
input/output pulse trains.
Current
Sensors
Pushbuttons/
Lights
Process
Relays/
Timers
Comm.
TB’s &
Wiring
Power
Circuit
Protection
Enclosures
Appendix
Part Index
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Step 5: Choose an I/O Configuration
I/O configurations
Ethernet remote I/O
Serial remote I/O
The DL205 system offers local, local
expansion and remote I/O system configurations. A DL205 system can use a combination of the configuration arrangements.
The tables, along with the configuration
diagrams, list the number of I/O points,
bases, etc. that are available with each
configuration.
The DL205 Ethernet Remote I/O system
allows you to locate I/O bases at a remote
distance from the CPU. For many applications, this can reduce wiring costs by
allowing I/O points to be located near the
devices they are controlling.
The DL205 Serial Remote I/O system also
allows you to locate I/O bases at a remote
distance from the CPU.
I/O bases
I/O bases are used in local, local expansion or remote I/O configurations. The (-1)
bases are required for local I/O expansion
that is supported only by the D2-250-1
and D2-260 CPUs. The (-1) bases can be
used with all DL205 CPUs and the
WinPLC. (Older, non-(-1) bases can be
used if local expansion is not required.)
There are four DL205 base sizes (3, 4, 6,
and 9-slot), each of which has a built-in
power supply.
Local I/O
All of the DL205 CPUs support local I/O.
The D2-230 and D2-240 CPUs are
limited to one base of local I/O. (The
D2-250-1 and the D2-260 CPUs support
local expansion bases). All local I/O
points are updated on every CPU scan.
The I/O count limits are determined by the
number of available I/O slots, the I/O
module point density, and the power
budget available for the system.
Local expansion
The D2-260 supports local expansion up to
five total bases (one CPU base and four
expansion bases) and the D2-250-1
supports local expansion up to three total
bases (one CPU base and two expansion
bases). The D2-230/240 CPUs and
WinPLCs do not support local expansion
I/O. Expansion bases are commonly used
when there are not enough slots available in
the CPU base, or when the base power
budget will be exceeded. Each local expansion base requires the D2-CM module in
the CPU slot. The local CPU base requires
the D2-EM Expansion Module, as well as
each expansion base. The modules are
connected using the D2-EXCBL-1. When
using expansion bases, discrete I/O are
updated synchronously with each scan,
while analog I/O are asynchronous with the
scan.
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The Ethernet Remote Master module
(H2-ERM) is placed in an I/O slot of the
local CPU base. Ethernet Base Controller
(EBC) modules serve as the remote slave
units and are placed in the CPU slot of
one or more remote bases. You can use
standard DL205 modules in the remote
bases. The Remote Slaves are connected
to the Master using Category 5 UTP
cables for cable runs up to 100 meters.
Use repeaters to extend distances and
hubs to expand the number of nodes. Our
fiber optic version uses industry standard
62.5/125 ST-style fiber optic cables and
can be run up to 2,000 meters.
Each H2-ERM module can support up to:
16 H2-EBC systems, 16 Terminator I/O
EBC systems, 16 fully expanded H4-EBC
systems, or any combination of these.
The PLC, ERM and EBC slave modules
work together to update the remote I/O
points. These three scan cycles are occurring at the same time, but asynchronously.
It is recommended that critical I/O points
that must be monitored every scan be
placed in the CPU base.
ERM Workbench is an easy-to-use
Windows-based software utility for configuring the ERM and its remote slaves.
It is highly recommended that a dedicated
Ethernet remote I/O network be used for
the ERM and its slaves. While Ethernet
networks can handle a very large number
of data transactions, and normally handle
them very quickly, heavy Ethernet traffic
can adversely affect the reliability of the
slave I/O and the speed of the I/O
network. Ensure ERM networks, multiple
ERM networks and ECOM/office networks
are isolated from one another.
The Remote Master module (D2-RMSM) is
placed in an I/O slot of the local CPU
base. The Remote Slave module
(D2-RSSS) is placed in the CPU slot of one
or more remote bases. You can use standard DL205 modules in the remote bases.
The Remote Slaves are connected to the
Master module in a daisy-chain manner
over a twisted pair communication cable.
You can assign input and output addresses
to the remote I/O points by using setup
logic in your RLL program. The Remote
Master polls the slaves and sends the
remote I/O information to the CPU. The
communication between the Remote
Master and the CPU is asynchronous to
the CPU scan. For this reason, Remote I/O
applications should be limited to those
that do not require the Remote I/O points
to be updated with every scan.
The number of bases supported depends
on your choice of Remote I/O communications protocol, Remote Master
(RM-NET) or Slice Master (SM-NET). In
SM-NET mode, the communications port
on the D2-RSSS remote slave can be used
to connect to an operator interface or to
program/monitor
the
CPU
with
DirectSOFT; however the communication
will not be as fast as using a CPU port.
Remote master protocol (RM-NET)– allows
you to connect up to seven remote bases
to a single master. The baud rate is fixed at
38.4 Kbaud with a total allowable
distance of 3,900 feet.
Slice master protocol (SM-NET)– allows
you to connect up to 31 remote bases to a
single master. The baud rate is selectable
over several ranges with a maximum baud
rate of 614.4 Kbaud.
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Local and Local Expansion I/O Configurations
Local I/O configurations
Local I/O Configuration
CPU
Total I/O
Max. Inputs Max. Outputs
D2-230
128
128
128
D2-240
256
256
256
D2-250-1
256
256
256
D2-260
256
256
256
DL105
PLC
Four I/O base configurations to select from
3-slot base 64-pts. max.
DL05/06
PLC
DL205
PLC
4-slot base 96-pts. max.
DL305
PLC
DL405
PLC
Field I/O
Software
6-slot base 160-pts. max.
9-slot base 256-pts. max.
C-more
HMIs
Other HMI
AC Drives
Motors
Steppers/
Servos
Local expansion I/O configurations using D2-EM and D2-CM modules
Motor
Controls
D2-260 local expansion system
D2-250-1 local expansion system
The D2-260 supports local expansion up to five total bases
(one CPU base and four expansion bases). All bases in an
expansion system must be (-1) bases. The CPU base can be
located at any point in the expansion system layout. The
maximum total expansion system cable length is 30m (98 ft.).
For more information, refer to the Expansion Module specification pages later in this section.
The D2-250-1 supports local expansion up to three total bases
(one CPU base and two expansion bases). The CPU base can
be located at any point in the expansion system layout. The
maximum total expansion system cable length is 30m (98 ft.).
Proximity
Sensors
Photo
Sensors
Limit
Switches
Encoders
Current
Sensors
D2-250-1 CPU
D2-260 CPU
Pushbuttons/
Lights
Process
D2-EM
D2-EM
Do not use
Ethernet hubs
to connect the
modules.
D2-CM
Relays/
Timers
Comm.
D2-CM
TB’s &
Wiring
Power
The D2-EXCBL-1 is a Category 5 straight-through cable that connects the D2-EM
modules together. The cable can be user made in custom lengths up to 30m
depending upon the configuration.
Local Expansion I/O Configuration
D2-CM
D2-EM
Enclosures
Total
I/O
Max.
Inputs
Max.
Outputs
D2-250-1 2
768
512
512
D2-260
1280
1024
1024
CPU
# of Exp.
Bases
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Part Index
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Remote I/O Configurations
Ethernet remote I/O configuration using H2-ERM and EBC slaves
Specifications
Communications
Data Transfer Rate
Link Distance
Ethernet Port
Ethernet Protocols
H2-ERM
10Base-T
Ethernet
PC running ERM
Workbench to configure
the ERM and its slaves
H2-ERM-F
10Base-FL Ethernet
10Mbps
100 meters
(328 ft)
RJ45
2Km (6560 ft)
H2-ERM
ST-style fiber optic
TCP/IP, IPX
Ethernet Remote I/O Configuration
CPU
Max. # of
Max. # of
Discrete
Slaves/
Channels
I/O pts.
Channel
Analog
I/O
Remote
I/O pts /
Channel
D2-230
N/A
N/A
N/A
D2-240
N/A
16 Slaves
Limited by
(H2-EBC,
power
H4-EBC or
budget
T1H-EBC)
D2-250-1
D2-260
H2-WPLC*-** 1 / system 1 Slave
N/A
H2-EBC I/O
limited to 896 Not recom- 896
by CPU
mended
2048
8192
256
Map into
available
memory
registers
H4-EBC I/O
16,384 1
E-SW05U Ethernet Switch
(See
the
Communications
Products section for details.)
16,384 1
1,024 2
T1H-EBC I/O
1-16,384 I/O pts. can be achieved with 16 fully expanded H4-EBC slaves using V-memory and bit-of-word instructions.
2 1024 I/O points can be achieved using 1 fully expanded H4-EBC slave.
Note: It is highly recommended that a dedicated Ethernet remote I/O network be used for the ERM and its slaves. While Ethernet networks can handle a very large number
of data transactions, and normally handle them very quickly, heavy Ethernet traffic can adversely affect the reliability of the slave I/O and the speed of the I/O network.
Ensure ERM networks, multiple ERM networks and ECOM/office networks are isolated from one another.
Serial remote I/O configuration using D2-RMSM and D2-RSSS
Serial Remote I/O Configuration
Remote master (RM-NET) protocol
Slice master (SM-NET) protocol
D2-RMSM
D2-240 D2-250-1 D2-260
CPU
Max. # of
Channels
Max. I/O
pts. per
Channel
2
7
7
896
(limited
by CPU)
2,048
2,048
7
7
7
31
31
31
896
(limited
by CPU)
2,048
8,192
RM-NET1
Bases per
Channel
D2-RMSM
Ch1
ch1
D2-250-1
D2-260 lower port
Ch2
ch2
D2-240
Ch1
ch1
Ch2
ch2
SM-NET1
Bases per
Channel
Total
Remote
I/O pts.
D2-RSSS Slaves
D2-RSSS Slaves
RM-NET protocol
- Up to 7 bases / channel
- Up to 3,900 ft. (1.2Km)
- Max. baud rate 38.4K baud
- D2-250 CPU has built-in port
SM-NET protocol
- Up to 31 bases / channel
- Up to 3,900 ft. (@38.4 Kbaud)
- Up to 328 ft. (@614.4 Kbaud)
- Max. baud rate 614.4 Kbaud)
- Supports RS-232 port on D2-RSSS
Remote Master – One master for each channel. Can be a D2-RMSM, or
the bottom port on a D2-250-1 or D2-260 CPUs. (The CPU ports only
support RM-NET.)
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Remote Slave – Must have a D2-RSSS and base for each slave.
The remote I/O points are updated asynchronously to the CPU scan. For
this reason, remote I/O applications should be limited to those that do
not require the I/O points to be updated on every scan.
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I/O Addressing Schemes
DL205 I/O
addressing scheme
You may have used other PLC systems
prior to trying DirectLOGIC products.
One of the key differences between
various PLC systems is the I/O module
addressing. This section will show you
how we address the individual I/O points
in a DL205 system.
Octal addressing
The DL205 uses octal addressing. That
is, the I/O point addresses do not
include any “8s” or “9s”. The I/O points
start at 0 and continue in increments of 8
or 16 points, depending on the modules
being used. We have designated “X” for
inputs and “Y” for outputs.
Note: Four-point modules consume eight points, but
only the first four points are actually used by the
module. Twelve-point modules consume 16 points,
but only 12 points are used. The first six points are
used, then two points are skipped, then the next six
points are used, and the last two are skipped.
Since the CPU automatically assigns the
I/O addresses, it is possible to cause
problems by adding a module to the
system. Examine the example system
shown below. If you added an input
module to the empty slot, the new input
addresses would start after the existing
input addresses, so no problems would
occur. However, if you added an output
to the empty slot, your remaining output
addresses would change. Therefore, you
would have to edit your RLL program to
reflect the address changes. The manual
addressing feature supported by the
D2-250-1 and D2-260 is especially
useful when adding an I/O module
between existing I/O modules or
removing a module.
Remote I/O addressing
Remote I/O allows you to assign
addresses manually. You can choose the
data type for the remote points. Ethernet
remote I/O (H2-ERM) allows you to map
the analog I/O channels directly into
V-memory (16-bit words) while mapping
the discrete I/O points into input/output
bit memory (Xs & Ys). Serial remote I/O
(D2-RMSM) allows you to assign one
starting address for all of the input
modules and one starting address for the
output modules.
Leaving empty slots
You may be tempted to leave empty slots
for future expansion. This is perfectly
acceptable, but it is very important that
you understand the implications of
placing a module in the empty slot at a
later time.
CPU
Automatic addressing
The DL205 CPUs automatically examine
local I/O modules to establish the
correct I/O addressing on power-up. The
D2-250-1 and D2-260 CPUs automatically examine I/O modules in expansion
bases as well. The modules don’t have to
be grouped by type and can typically be
mixed in any order. However, there are
restrictions placed on some specialty
modules or combinations of modules
(see the next page). The diagram to the
right shows sample addresses for a
simple system that contains a few discrete
I/O modules.
DL05/06
PLC
You should always add extra modules to the right of
existing modules of the same type to avoid any
re-addressing of your I/O points.
DL105
PLC
DL205
PLC
DL305
PLC
DL405
PLC
Field I/O
Software
C-more
HMIs
Other HMI
AC Drives
Motors
Steppers/
Servos
16-pt. in
8-pt. in 4-pt. out 8-pt. out 12-pt. out
X0--X7
X10--X17
X20--X27
Y0--Y3
Y10--Y17
Motor
Controls
Proximity
Sensors
Y20--Y25
Y30--Y35
Photo
Sensors
Y26--Y27
Y36--Y37
(unused)
Y4--Y7
(unused)
Limit
Switches
Inputs start at X0
Outputs start at Y0
4-pt. module has
four points unused
Encoders
12-pt. module skips points
and has four unused points
Current
Sensors
X0
-X7
X10
-X17
Y0
-Y7
X20
-X27
Y10
-Y17
Y20
-Y27
Pushbuttons/
Lights
Process
I/O base with a slot left empty. The examples below show the addressing changes if an
input or an output module is added to the system.
Relays/
Timers
Manual addressing
The D2-250-1 and D2-260 CPUs allow
you to manually assign I/O addresses for
any or all I/O slots on the local or expansion bases. This feature is useful if you
have a standard configuration that you
need to change slightly to accommodate
a special request (i.e. adding or
removing I/O modules from a system).
Manual addresses are based on 16point boundaries.
Comm.
X0
-X7
X10
-X17
X20
-X27
X30
-X37
X40
-X47
Y0
-Y7
Y10
-Y17
Y20
-Y27
TB’s &
Wiring
Power
Add Input module. Addresses follow existing, so no program modification
is required.
Circuit
Protection
X0
-X7
X10
-X17
X20
-X27
Y0
-Y7
Y10
-Y17
Y20
-Y27
Y30
-Y37
Y40
-Y47
Enclosures
Appendix
Add output module. Addresses are re-numbered and program modification is required.
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Module Placement and I/O Usage Tables
Verify planned I/O
module locations
There are very few I/O module placement
restrictions in the DL205 family. In
general, any mix of analog and discrete
module types can be used in any local,
expansion or remote base. However, there
are a few situations with the analog and
specialty modules that warrant some
special considerations. Reference the
Module Placement Restrictions table to the
right for the DL205.
Analog I/O
with a D2-230 CPU
DL205 analog modules map into the CPU
as 16-point discrete modules. (They actually consume discrete I/O points.) With a
D2-240, D2-250(-1) or D2-260 CPU,
analog I/O modules can reside in any I/O
slot. If you are using a D2-230 CPU, then
the analog module must start on one of
the word addresses boundaries. (You may
have to rearrange your modules to ensure
this happens.)
Module Placement Restrictions
Module/Unit
Local CPU Base
Local Expansion
Remote Base
CPUs
DC Input
AC Input
DC Output
AC Output
Relay Output
1
Analog Input & Output
CPU slot only
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Local Expansion2
(D2-260 & D2-250-1 only)
✓
✓
Base Expansion Unit (D2-EM)
Base Controller Unit (D2-CM)
CPU slot only
Remote I/O
Remote Master
✓
Remote Slave Unit
CPU slot only
Ethernet Remote Master
✓
CPU Device
Ethernet Base Controller
CPU slot only
WinPLC
CPU slot only
DeviceNET
CPU slot only
Profibus
CPU slot only
SDS
CPU slot only
Specialty modules
Counter Interface (D2-CTRINT)
Slot 0 only
3
Counter I/O (H2-CTRIO)
Any slot except Slot 0
✓
Simulator
✓
✓
Any slot except Slot 0
Data Communications
Any slot except Slot 0
Ethernet Communications
Any slot except Slot 0
Basic CoProcessor
1
With a D2-230 CPU, the analog module must start on one of the word address boundaries.
2
When used in expansion bases, the analog update is asynchronous to the PLC.
3
H2-CTRIO will not work in slot 0 when used with the DL-240, DL-250-1, DL-260. The H2-CTRIO is not supported in expansion bases at this time. The H2-CTRIO will work in slot 0 if used with one of the H2-WPLC units.
Analog I/O with
expansion bases
When using an analog module in an
expansion base, the analog update time
to the CPU will be asynchronous to the
scan time.
I/O Module Point Usage
DC INPUT
D2-08ND3
D2-16ND3-2
D2-32ND3
D2-32ND3-2
RELAY OUTPUT
8 in
16 in
32 in
32 in
D2-04TRS
D2-08TR
F2-08TR
F2-08TRS
D2-12TR
8 in
8 in
16 in
COMBINATION
SPECIALTY MODULES
8* out
8 out
8 out
8 out
16** out
I/O point usage
The table to the right indicates the number
of I/O points consumed by each module.
Use this information to ensure you stay
within the maximum I/O count of the I/O
system you have chosen.
AC INPUT
D2-08NA-1
D2-08NA-2
D2-16NA
DC OUTPUT
D2-04TD1
D2-08TD1
D2-08TD2
D2-16TD1-2
D2-16TD2-2
F2-16TD1P
F2-16TD2P
D2-32TD1
D2-32TD2
AC OUTPUT
D2-08CDR
8 in*/8 out*
ANALOG
8* out
8 out
8 out
16 out
16 out
16 in/16 out
16 in/16 out
32 out
32 out
F2-04AD-1 & 1L
F2-04AD-2 & 2L
F2-08AD-1
F2-08AD-2
F2-02DA-1 & 1L
F2-02DA-2 & 2L
F2-4AD2DA
F2-8AD4DA-1
F2-8AD4DA-2
F2-02DAS-1
F2-02DAS-2
F2-08DA-1
F2-08DA-2
F2-04RTD
F2-04THM
16 in
16 in
16 in
16 in
16 out
16 out
16 in/16 out
32 in/32 out
32 in/32 out
32 out
32 out
16 out
16 out
32 in
32 in
D2-EX
D2-CM
F2-08SIM
D2-CTRINT
H2-CTRIO
D2-DCM
F2-DEVNETS-1
F2-SDS-1
H2-EBC
H2-EBC-F
H2-ECOM
H2-ECOM-F
F2-CP128
H2-PBC
None
None
8 in
8 in 8 out
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
REMOTE I/O
H2-ERM
D2-RMSM
D2-RSSS
None
None
None
D2-08TA
8 out
F2-08TA
8 out
D2-12TA
16** out
* 4-pt. modules consume eight points. Only the first four points are used.
** 12-pt. modules consume 16 points. The first six points are assigned, two are skipped, and then the next six
points are assigned. For example, a D2-12TA installed in slot 0 would use Y0-Y5, and Y10-Y15. Y6-Y7, and
Y16-Y17 would be unused.
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Step 6: Check the Power Budget
1.Using a chart similar to the one below,
fill in column 2.
Managing your power
resource
When determining the types and quantity
of I/O modules you will be using, it is
important to remember there is a defined
amount of power available from the base
power supply.
The chart on the next page indicates the
power supplied and used by each DL205
device. The adjacent chart shows an
example of how to calculate the power
used by your particular system. These
charts should make it easy for you to
determine if the devices you have chosen
will operate within the power budget of
your system configuration.
If the I/O you have chosen exceeds the
maximum power available from the
power supply, you may be able to resolve
the problem by using local expansion or
remote I/O bases.
2.Using the tables on the next page, enter
the current supplied and used by each
device (columns 3 and 4). Devices
which fall into the "Other" category
(Row D) are devices such as the operator interface and the handheld
programmer, which also have power
requirements, but do not directly plug
into the base.
3.Add the current used by the system
devices (columns 3 and 4) starting with
the CPU slot and put the total in the
row labeled “Maximum Current
Required” (Row E).
DL05/06
PLC
row labeled “Current Supplied” (Row B).
Place the difference in the row labeled
“Remaining Current Available” (Row F).
5.If “Maximum Current Required” is
greater than “Current Supplied” in
either column 3 or 4, the power budget
will be exceeded. It will be unsafe to
use this configuration, and you will
need to restructure your I/O configuration. Note the auxiliary power supply
does not need to supply all the external
power. If you need more than the
300mA supplied, you can add an
external 24V power supply. This will
help keep you within your power
budget for external power.
4.Subtract the row labeled “Maximum
Current Required” (Row E), from the
Column 1
A
Base
Column 2
Column 3
Column 4
Device Type
5VDC (mA)
External Power 24
VDC (mA)
9 slot
2,600
300
CPU SLOT
SLOT 0
SLOT 1
SLOT 2
SLOT 3
SLOT 4
SLOT 5
SLOT 6
SLOT 7
Power budget example
The example on the right shows how to
calculate the power budget for the DL205
system. The examples are constructed
around a single 9-slot base using the
devices shown. It is recommended you
construct a similar table for your DL205
system. Follow the steps to the right to
determine your power budget.
D2-260 (CPU)
D2-16ND3-2
D2-16ND3-2
D2-16NA
D2-08NA-1
D2-16TD1-2
D2-08TA
D2-08TA
330
100
100
100
50
200
250
250
0
0
0
0
0
80
0
0
Part Numbers
Auxiliary 24 VDC Output
Maximum Inrush Current
Maximum Power
Software
C-more
HMIs
Other HMI
Motors
Steppers/
Servos
Limit
Switches
Encoders
Current
Sensors
DV-1000
D2-HPP
150
200
0
0
E Maximum Current Required
1730
80
F Remaining Current Available
2600-1520=1080
300-80=220
Pushbuttons/
Lights
Process
Relays/
Timers
Comm.
AC Powered Bases
D2-03B-1, D2-04B-1, D2-06B-1, D2-09B-1
24 VDC Powered Bases
D2-03BDC1-1, D2-04BDC1-1,
D2-06BDC1-1, D2-09BDC1-1
125 VDC Powered Bases
D2-03BDC-2, D2-04BDC-2,
D2-06BDC2-1, D2-09BDC2-1
Voltage Withstand (dielectric) 1 minute @ 1,500 VAC between primary, secondary, field ground, and run relay
> 10M at 500 VDC
Insulation Resistance
Input Voltage Range
Field I/O
Photo
Sensors
Power Supply Specifications
Specification
DL405
PLC
Proximity
Sensors
D OTHER
Operator interface
Handheld programmer
DL305
PLC
Motor
Controls
C CURRENT REQUIRED
The table below lists base power supply
specifications, including maximum inrush
current and maximum power consumed
from your power source.
DL205
PLC
AC Drives
B CURRENT SUPPLIED
DL205 power supply
specifications
DL105
PLC
85-132 VAC (110 range)
170-264 VAC ( 220 range)
47-63Hz
10.2-28.8 VDC (24 VDC)
with less than 10% ripple
300mA max.
none
300mA max.
30A
10A
20A
80 VA
25W
30W
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100-264 VDC (125 VDC)
with less than 10% ripple
PLC Products
TB’s &
Wiring
Power
Circuit
Protection
Enclosures
Appendix
Part Index
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Power Requirements
These charts help
determine your power
requirements
This section shows the amount of power
supplied by each of the base power
supplies and the amount of power
consumed by each DL205 device. The
Power Consumed charts list how much
INTERNAL power from each power source
is required for the DL205 devices. Use this
information when calculating the power
budget for your system.
In addition to the internal power sources,
the DL205 bases offer a 24 VDC auxiliary
power supply with external power connections. This auxiliary power supply can
power external devices.
Use ZIPLinks to reduce
power requirements
If your application requires a lot of relay
outputs, consider using the ZIPLink AC or
DC relay output modules. These modules
can switch high current (10A) loads
without putting a load on your base power
budget. Refer to the Terminal Blocks and
Wiring Solutions section in this catalog for
more information.
This logo is placed next to the I/O
modules that are supported by the ZIPLink
connection systems. See the I/O module
specifications at the end of this section.
Power Supplied
Device
Bases
Price 5V(mA) 24V Auxiliary
Device
Bases
Price
5V(mA) 24V Auxiliary
D2-03B-1
<--->
2600
300
D2-06BDC1-1
<--->
2600
None
D2-03BDC1-1 <--->
2600
None
D2-06BDC2-1
<--->
2600
300
D2-04B-1
<--->
2600
300
D2-09B-1
<--->
2600
300
D2-04BDC1-1 <--->
2600
None
D2-09BDC1-1
<--->
2600
None
D2-06B-1
2600
300
D2-09BDC2-1
<--->
2600
300
5V(mA)
24V Auxiliary
Device
5V(mA)
Analog Modules
24V Auxiliary
D2-230
120
0
F2-04AD-1
50
80
D2-240
120
0
F2-04AD-1L
50
90 mA @ 12V
D2-250-1
330
0
F2-04AD-2
60
80
D2-260
330
0
F2-04AD-2L
60
90 mA @ 12V
H2-WPLC*-**
680
0
F2-08AD-1
50
80
DC Input Modules
F2-08AD-2
50
80
D2-08ND3
50
0
F2-02DA-1
40
60 (note 1)
D2-16ND3-2
100
0
F2-02DA-1L
40
70 @ 12V (note 1)
D2-32ND3
25
0
F2-02DA-2
40
60
D2-32ND3-2
25
0
F2-02DA-2L
40
70 @ 12V
F2-02DAS-1
F2-02DAS-2
100
100
50 / channel
60 / channel
F2-08DA-1
30
50 (note 1)
F2-08DA-2
60
140
F2-4AD2DA
60
80 (note 1)
F2-8AD4DA-1
35
100 (note 1)
F2-8AD4DA-2
35
80 (note 1)
F2-04RTD
90
0
F2-04THM
110
60
AC Input Modules
D2-08NA-1
50
0
D2-08NA-2
100
0
D2-16NA
F2-08SIM
24V Auxiliary
Operator Interface
DV-1000
150
0
C-more MicroGraphic
210
0
0
50
0
DC Output Modules
D2-04TD1
60
20
D2-08TD1
100
0
D2-08TD2
100
0
D2-16TD1-2
200
80
D2-16TD2-2
200
0
F2-16TD1P
70
50
D2-32TD2
5V(mA)
100
Input Simulator Module
D2-32TD1
Device
70
350
350
50
0
0
AC Output Modules
D2-08TA
250
0
F2-08TA
250
0
D2-12TA
350
0
Relay Output Modules
D2-04TRS
250
0
D2-08TR
250
0
F2-08TR(S)
670
0
D2-12TR
450
0
Combination In/Out Module
D2-08CDR
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Power Consumed
Power Consumed
Device
CPUs
F2-16TD2P
Power Consumed
<--->
200
0
Specialty Modules
D2-CTRINT
50*
0
D2-CM / D2-EM
100/130
0
H2-CTRIO
400
0
D2-DCM
300
0
F2-DEVNETS
160
0
F2-SDS-1
160
0
H2-PBC
530
0
H2-EBC(-F)
450, (640)
0
H2-ECOM(-F)
450, (640)
0
H2-ECOM100
300
0
F2-CP128
235
0
H2-ERM(-F)
320, (450)
0
D2-RMSM
200
0
D2-RSSS
150
0
Remote I/O
Programming Devices
D2-HPP
200
0
*requires external 5VDC for outputs
Note 1: Add an additional 20 mA per output loop.
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Info.
Dimensions and Installation
PLCs
Field I/O
Understanding the installation requirements for your DL205 system will help
ensure that the DL205 products operate
within their environmental and electrical
limits.
See
the Enclosures section
for an enclosure that may
be suitable for your
application
Software
C-more &
other HMI
AC Drives
AC Motors
Plan for safety
This catalog should never be used as a
replacement for the user manual. The user
manual, D2-USER-M (sold separately or
downloadable online), contains important
safety information that must be followed.
The system installation should comply with
all appropriate electrical codes and standards.
Steppers/
Servos
Motor
Controls
2"
50mm
min
Base dimensions
and mounting
Use the diagrams below to make sure the
DL205 system can be installed in your
application. To ensure proper airflow for
cooling purposes, DL205 bases must be
mounted horizontally. It is important to
check these dimensions against the conditions required for your application. For
example, it is recommended that approximately 3" of space is left in front PLC
surface for ease of access and cable clearances. Also, check the installation guidelines
for
recommended
cabinet
clearances.
Encoders
Current
Sensors
Environmental Specification
Storage Temperature
Ambient Operating Temperature
Ambient Humidity
Vibration Resistance
Shock Resistance
Noise Immunity
Atmosphere
With 8pt. I/O
5.85”
148mm
4.45”
113mm
3.62”
92mm
2.95”
75mm
Pressure
Sensors
Rating
-4oF - 158oF (-20oC to 70oC)
Temp.
Sensors
32oF - 131oF (0oC to 55oC)
Pushbuttons/
Lights
30%-95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
MIL STD 810C, Method 514.2
Process
MIL STD 810C, Method 516.2
Relays/
Timers
NEMA (ICS3-304)
No corrosive gases
Comm.
Base
A
B
C
D
D2-03B-1, D2-03BDC1-1
6.77" 172mm 6.41" 163mm 5.8"
D2-04B-1, D2-04BDC1-1
7.99" 203mm 7.63" 194mm 7.04" 179mm 8.46" 215mm
D2-06B-1, D2-06BDC1-1, D2-06BDC2-1
10.43" 265mm 10.07" 256mm 9.48" 241mm 10.90" 277mm
D2-09B-1, D2-09BDC1-1, D2-09BDC2-1
14.09" 358mm 13.74" 349mm 13.14" 334mm 14.56" 370mm
148mm 7.24" 184mm
Terminal
Blocks &
Wiring
Power
Circuit
Protection
Enclosures
A
C
With 16pt. I/O
Photo
Sensors
Limit
Switches
The Environmental Specifications table at
the right lists specifications that apply
globally to the DL205 system (CPUs,
bases, and I/O modules). Be sure that the
DL205 system is operated within these
environmental specifications.
With 32pt. ZipLink cable or
base expansion unit cable
Proximity
Sensors
2"
50mm
min
Environmental
specifications
With D2-DSCB-1 on port 2
Power
Transmiss.
2"
50mm
min
Tools
OK
Appendix
3.54”
90mm
2.99”
76mm
B
Part Index
Airflow
With D2-EM base expansion module
D
DIN rail slot (35mm)
w w w. a u to m at i o n d i re c t . c o m / d l 205
PLC Products
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