C-more Micro-Graphic Hardware User Manual

C-more Micro-Graphic Hardware User Manual
PLC COMMUNICATIONS
CHAPTER
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In This Chapter...
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–2
C-more 6” Micro-Graphic Communication Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–4
DirectLOGIC PLCs Password Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–6
PLC Compatibility and Connection Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–6
AutomationDirect Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–6
RS-422A/RS-485A Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–6
Allen-Bradley: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–7
GE, Mitsubishi, Omron, Modicon and Siemens: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–7
How to use the PLC Compatibility and Connection Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–8
Example: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–8
Cables from AutomationDirect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–16
Cables from AutomationDirect – Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–18
User Constructed Cables – Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–26
RS-422A/RS-485A Multi-Drop Wiring Diagram Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–36
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The C-more® Micro-Graphic panels are capable of communicating with AutomationDirect
Productivity Series, Do-more, CLICK, SOLO, GS Drives and the entire DirectLOGIC family
of PLCs. The panel is capable of communicating using RS232, RS422 and RS485 serial
communications and networks. When using the built in RJ12 serial port, designated as Port 1,
on the C-more Micro-Graphic panel to connect with AutomationDirect controllers, your
cabling choices are fairly simple.
• DV-1000CBL – connects to Productivity Series, Do-more, CLICK, DL05, DL06, DL105, DL205,
D3-350 and D4-450 phone jack.
• D4-1000CBL – connects to all DL405 CPU 15-pin ports.
The C-more® 6” Micro-Graphic panel can also communicate using RS232, RS422 or RS485
using the following cables.
• EA-2CBL - connects to Productivity Series, Do-more, CLICK, DL05, DL105, DL205, DL350,
DL450, H2-WINPLC phone jack: RJ12 - 15 pin D-sub.
• EA-2CBL-1 - connects to D2-250, D250-1, D2-260, DL06 VGA connector: 15-pin HD - 15 pin
D-sub.
The panel also has the ability to communicate with Allen-Bradley PLCs that support the AllenBradley DF1 and DH485 protocols. Use Port2 with the following cables to connect the panel
to a majority of Allen-Bradley PLCs.
• EA-MLOGIX-CBL – connects to AB MicroLogix 1000, 1100, 1200, 1400 & 1500: 15-pin D-sub - 8pin DIN
• EA-SLC-232-CBL – connects to AB SLC 5/03, /04, /05, ControlLogix, CompactLogix, FlexLogix:
15-pin D-sub - 9-pin Dshell female
• EA-PLC5-232-CBL – connects to AB PLC5: 15-pin Dshell - 25-pin Dshell
• EA-DH485-CBL – connects to AB MicroLogix, SLC500, and any PLC using AB AIC device: 15pin Dshell - RJ45 8-pin
The PLC Compatibility and Connection Chart tables on the following pages list the various
PLCs and protocols that can be configured. Other third party PLCs include GE, Mitsubishi,
Omron, Modicon and Siemens. The rest of this chapter shows the pin to pin connections of
available cables plus wiring diagrams to construct cables.
NOTE: Refer to the PLC Compatability and Connection Charts beginning on page 6-8 for a listing of PLC
connections for the C-more 6” Micro-Graphic panel.
NOTE: A maximum cable length of 10 feet between the C-more Micro-Graphic panel and the PLC is
recommended when powering the panel from the PLC.
NOTE: When the panel is powered through Port1 from a connected PLC or PC, the screen brightness is
diminished because the panel is running in Low-Power Mode. For full brightness, connect an external
12-24 VDC power source to the panel’s power connection. Low-Power Mode is intended for initial
programming. For full brightness, connect an external 12-24 VDC power source when the panel is installed
in its application.
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Chapter 6: PLC Communications
Introduction (cont’d)
Available PLC Protocols
PLC Drivers
Serial - port1 or port2
Serial - port2 only
AutomationDirect Productivity Series
Allen-Bradley DF1 Half Duplex
AutomationDirect Do-more
Allen-Bradley DF1 Full Duplex
AutomationDirect CLICK
Allen-Bradley PLC5 DF1
AutomationDirect K-sequence
Allen-Bradley DH485
AutomationDirect DirectNET
GE SNPX (90/30, 90/70, Micro 90, VersaMax Micro)
AutomationDirect Modbus
Mitsubishi FX
Modicon Modbus RTU
Mitsubishi Q & QnA
Entivity Modbus RTU
Omron Host Link (C200 Adapter, C500)
Omron FINS Serial (CJ1, CS1)
Siemens PPI (S7-200 CPU)
AutomationDirect SOLO Temperature Controller
AutomationDirect GS Drives
The panel can also be connected to more than one PLC by using RS-422 or RS-485 wired in
a multi-drop configuration. Port1 and Port2 cannot simultaneously communicate with
multiple PLC’s. See the example wiring diagrams at the end of this chapter for details.
If you have difficulty determining whether the particular PLC and/or protocol you are using
will work with C-more Micro-Graphic panels, please contact our technical support group at
770-844-4200.
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C-more 6” Micro-Graphic Communication Ports
Example of panel’s Port1
connected to a CLICK PLC
C-more 6 Inch
Micro-Graphic
Panel
CLICK PLC
Port 1
DV-1000CBL
serial cable
Port 2
Example of panel’s Port2
connected to a DL06 PLC
6–4
DL-06 PLC
Port
2
C-more 6 Inch
Micro-Graphic
Panel
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Chapter 6: PLC Communications
C-more 6” Micro-Graphic Communication Ports (cont’d)
RJ12 serial
communications Port1
Expansion
Connector
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R01. 1 2 3 4 5
MODEL:EA1-S6MLW
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INPUT:12-24V 6.5W
Date code:****
MADE IN CHINA
LISTED 4
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7M17
IND.CONT.EQ.
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15
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PLC 15-pin serial
communications Port2
6 5 4 3 2 1
Pin
Signal
1
Logic GND
2
not used
3
RXD (232C)
4
TXD (232C)
5
+5 VDC
6
Logic GND
RS-232
Pin
Signal
Pin
1
Frame GND
6
LE
Signal
Pin
11
Signal
2
TXD (232C)
7
CTS (232C)
12 TXD– (422/485)
3
RXD (232C)
8
RTS (232C)
13 Term. Resistor
4
do not use
9
RXD+ (422/485)
14 do not use
5
Logic GND
10 RXD– (422/485)
15 do not use
TXD+ (422/485)
RS-232/422/485
NOTE: Only one of the communication ports can be used with a connected PLC. The programming software
allows the user to select either Port1 or Port2 under the Panel Manager dialog box. When using Port2 to
communicate with the connected PLC, Port1 can still be used with the EA-MG-PGM-CBL Software
Programming Cable Assembly to transfer projects between the PC and panel.
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DirectLOGIC PLCs Password Protection
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NOTE: DirectLOGIC PLCs support multi-level password protection of the ladder program. This allows
password protection while not locking the communication port to an operator interface. The multilevel
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password can be invoked by creating a password with an upper case "A" followed by any variation of seven
numeric characters (e.g. A1234567). Please refer to the specific PLC user manual for further details.
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PLC Compatibility and Connection Charts
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The following pages include charts that list the possible connections available between several
brands of PLC’s and the C-more 6” Micro-Graphic panel. AutomationDirect PLC’s have the
ability to communicate and provide power to the panel using Port1 (RS-232). Port2 is a 15-pin
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D-sub communication port that supports RS-232, RS-485 and RS-422. An external class 2, 1
Amp @ 12-24 VDC external power source is required when using Port2.
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Note: Recommended DC power supply to power the C-more Micro-Graphic Panel, AutomationDirect Part
No. PSC-24-015 or PSC-24-030.
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The charts include the various PLC protocols that can be used with each combination of PLC
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port and panel port.
The charts list the recommended cables and/or manufactured devices that can be used to make
up the communications link, and also refers to wiring diagrams that can be used to construct
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cables for connecting the PLC’s port to the panel’s port. The constructed cables are referred to
as Diagram 1 through 13 and start on page 6-26.
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Following the charts is a list of cables that can be purchased, including their wiring diagrams,
and also wiring diagrams that are referenced from the charts that can be used to construct the
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referenced cables.
AutomationDirect Controllers
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AutomationDirect Productivity Series, CLICK, Do-more, DirectLogic, SOLO
Temperature Controller and GS Drives
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Drivers specific to these AutomationDirect control devices make it convienient to communicate
with the C-more Micro-Graphic panels and simplify configuring objects with controller
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RS-422A/RS-485A Communications
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When using the RS-422A/RS-485A communications capabilities of the C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port (Port 2), the termination resistor is placed between the RXD– and RXD+ terminals
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on the PLC side of the connection between the touch panel and PLC. The Termination Resistor
value is based on the characteristic impedance of the cable being used. To enable the built-in
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120 Ohm Termination Resistor, jumper pin 13 (termination resistor) to pin 9 (RXD+) on the
C-more Micro-Graphic 15-pin PLC communications port.
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PLC Compatibility and Connection Charts (cont’d)
Allen-Bradley:
As stated in this chapter’s introduction, the panel also has the ability to communicate with
Allen-Bradley PLCs that support the Allen-Bradley DF1 and DH485 protocols. The chart for
the various Allen-Bradley PLCs includes recommended cables.
GE, Mitsubishi, Omron, Modicon and Siemens:
Other 3rd party PLCs can be used with the C-more Micro-Graphic panel. These PLCs are listed
in a chart and various wiring diagrams are shown to allow connectivity.
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1.) Find the PLC Family being used.
2.) Find the particular PLC model in the PLC family.
3.) Find the PLC communications port you will be connecting to the C-more Micro-Graphic
panel.
4.) Read across the chart to determine if the C-more Micro-Graphic panel’s Port1 and / or Port2
can be used and then determine the cable and other components, manufactured or user
constructed, are required.
Example:
PLC Compatibility & Connection Chart
PLC
C-more Micro-Graphic Panel
Panel to PLC Cabling Components Required for
Specific Port and Protocol being used.
Family
PLC Port &
Type
CPU
**PLC Port Powered
or
External DC Power Supply
Using panel’s RJ12 Port1
CLICK
all versions
all versions
Direct LOGIC
DL05
6–8
D0-DCM
Port 1
RJ12 - 6 pin
Port 1
RJ12 - 6 pin
Port 2
RJ12 - 6 pin
Port 1
RJ12 - 6 pin
Port 2
DB15HD
(female)
Protocol(s)
Supported
AutomationDirect
Modbus (CLICK)
Components &
Network Type
DV-1000CBL*
RS-232
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
DV-1000CBL*
RS-232
DV-1000CBL*
RS-232
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
DV-1000CBL*
+ FA-15HD
RS-232
External DC Power Supply
Using panel’s Port2
DB 15-pin - female
Protocol(s)
Components &
Supported
Network Type
AutomationDirect
EA-2CBL
Modbus (CLICK)
RS-232
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
Modbus RTU
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EA-2CBL
RS-232
EA-2CBL
RS-232
EA-2CBL-1
RS-232
** See Diagram 1
RS-422
** See Diagram 2
RS-485
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AutomationDirect CLICK PLC, ProductivitySeries, Do-more, SOLO Temperature
Controller and GS Drives
Panel Powered via external power supply, Port2 Communications
Compatibility & Connection Chart
Controller
C-more Micro-Graphic Panel
Panel to PLC Cabling Components Required for
Specific Port and Protocol being used.
Family
CPU
all versions
CLICK
Analog CPUs
External DC Power Supply
PLC Port & Type
Port1
RJ12 - 6 pin
Port2
RJ12 - 6 pin
Port3
Terminal block - 3 pin
RS-232
RJ12 - 6 pin
RS-232 Port Terminal
block - 3 pin
Using panel’s Port2
DB 15-pin - female
Protocol(s)
Components &
Supported
Network Type
AutomationDirect
Modbus (CLICK)
AutomationDirect
Productivity3000 Serial
(P3-550)
EA-2CBL
RS-232
* See Diagram 17
RS-485
EA-2CBL
RS-232
* See Diagram 18
RS-485
Productivity Series
all versions
Do-more
all versions
Port2
RJ12 - 6 pin
AutomationDirect
Do-more Serial
EA-2CBL
RS-232
SOLO Temperature
Controller
all versions
Data terminals
AutomationDirect SOLO
Temperature Controller
* See Diagram 21
RS-485
GS Drives
all versions
Port
RJ12 - 6 pin
AutomationDirect
GS Drives
* See Diagrams 19 and 20
RS-485
* Note: Wiring Diagrams for user constructed cables start on page 6-26.
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AutomationDirect DirectLOGIC DL05, DL06, D0-DCM Module & DL105 PLCs
Panel Powered via external power supply, Port1 or Port2 Communications
PLC Compatibility & Connection Chart
PLC
C-more Micro-Graphic Panel
Panel to PLC Cabling Components Required for
Specific Port and Protocol being used.
Family
PLC Port &
Type
CPU
*PLC Port Powered
or
External DC Power Supply
Using panel’s RJ12 Port1
all versions
Direct LOGIC
DL05
D0-DCM
Port 1
RJ12 - 6 pin
Port 2
RJ12 - 6 pin
Port 1
RJ12 - 6 pin
Port 2
DB15HD
(female)
Protocol(s)
Supported
Components &
Network Type
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
DV-1000CBL*
RS-232
DV-1000CBL*
RS-232
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
DV-1000CBL*
+ FA-15HD
RS-232
External DC Power Supply
Using panel’s Port2
DB 15-pin - female
Protocol(s)
Components &
Supported
Network Type
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
Modbus RTU
Port 1
RJ12 - 6 pin
all versions
Port 2
DB15HD
(female)
DV-1000CBL*
RS-232
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
DV-1000CBL*
+ FA-15HD
RS-232
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
Modbus RTU
Direct
LOGICDL06
Port 1
RJ12 - 6 pin
D0-DCM
Port 2
DB15HD
(female)
DV-1000CBL*
RS-232
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
DV-1000CBL*
+ FA-15HD
RS-232
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
Modbus RTU
Direct LOGIC
DL105
all versions
Port 1
RJ12 - 6 pin
K-sequence
DV-1000CBL*
RS-232
K-sequence
EA-2CBL
RS-232
EA-2CBL
RS-232
EA-2CBL-1
RS-232
** See Diagram 1
RS-422
** See Diagram 2
RS-485
Modbus only
EA-2CBL
RS-232
EA-2CBL-1
RS-232
** See Diagram 1
RS-422
** See Diagram 2
RS-485
Modbus only
EA-2CBL
RS-232
EA-2CBL-1
RS-232
** See Diagram 1
RS-422
** See Diagram 2
RS-485
Modbus only
EA-2CBL
RS-232
* Note: The PLC can provide 5 VDC through this cable. No external 12-24 VDC souce is required, however, screen
brightness is diminished and the alarm beep will not function.
** Note: Wiring Diagrams for user constructed cables start on page 6-26.
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DirectLOGIC DL205 PLCs, D2-DCM Module and WINPLC
Panel Powered via external power supply, Port1 or Port2 Communications
PLC Compatibility & Connection Chart
PLC
C-more Micro-Graphic Panel
Panel to PLC Cabling Components Required for
Specific Port and Protocol being used.
Family
PLC Port &
Type
CPU
*PLC Port Powered
or
External DC Power Supply
Using panel’s RJ12 Port1
Protocol(s)
Supported
D2-230
D2-240
Port 1
RJ12 - 6 pin
K-sequence
Port 1
RJ12 - 6 pin
K-sequence
Port 2
RJ12 - 6 pin
K-sequence,
Direct NET
Port 1
RJ12 - 6 pin
D2-250-1
Direct LOGIC
DL205
Port 2
DB15HD
(female)
Components &
Network Type
DV-1000CBL*
RS-232
DV-1000CBL*
RS-232
External DC Power Supply
Using panel’s Port2
DB 15-pin - female
Protocol(s)
Components &
Supported
Network Type
EA-2CBL
K-sequence
RS-232
K-sequence
EA-2CBL
RS-232
K-sequence,
Direct NET
DV-1000CBL*
RS-232
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
Port 1
RJ12 - 6 pin
DV-1000CBL*
+ FA-15HD
RS-232
DV-1000CBL*
RS-232
EA-2CBL
RS-232
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
EA-2CBL-1
RS-232
** See Diagram 1
RS-422
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
EA-2CBL
RS-232
EA-2CBL-1
RS-232
D2-260
** See Diagram 1
Port 2
DV-1000CBL*
RS-422
DB15HD
+ FA-15HD
(female)
RS-232
** See Diagram 2
Modbus RTU
RS-485
Modbus only
EA-4CBL-2
Port 1
K-sequence,
RS-232
** See Diagram 3
Direct NET
D2-DCM
DB 25 pin
Direct NET,
RS-232
** See Diagram 6
(female)
Modbus RTU
RS-422
Port
1
DV-1000CBL*
EA-2CBL
WINPLC
Modbus RTU
Modbus RTU
RJ12 - 6 pin
RS-232
RS-232
* Note: The PLC can provide 5 VDC through this cable. No external 12-24 VDC souce is required, however, screen
brightness is diminished and the alarm beep will not function.
** Note: Wiring Diagrams for user constructed cables start on page 6-26.
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
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DirectLOGIC DL305 PLCs and D3-DCM Module
Panel Powered via external power supply, Port1 or Port2 Communications
PLC Compatibility & Connection Chart
PLC
C-more Micro-Graphic Panel
Panel to PLC Cabling Components Required for
Specific Port and Protocol being used.
Family
PLC Port &
Type
CPU
*PLC Port Powered
or
External DC Power Supply
Using panel’s RJ12 Port1
D3-330 or
D3-340
D3-232-DCU
DB 25 pin
(female)
D3-422-DCU
DB 25 pin
(female)
Protocol(s)
Supported
Components &
Network Type
Direct NET
** See Diagram 3
RS-232
Not Possible
Port 1
RJ11 - 4 pin
Direct NET
Port 2
RJ11 - 4 pin
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
Port 1
RJ12 - 6 pin
K-sequence,
Direct NET
D3-340
Direct LOGIC
DL305
External DC Power Supply
Using panel’s Port2
DB 15-pin - female
Protocol(s)
Components &
Supported
Network Type
Direct NET
** See Diagram 3
RS-232
Direct NET
** See Diagram 6
RS-422
Direct NET
OP-3CBL-1
RS-232
DV-1000CBL*
RS-232
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
K-sequence,
Direct NET
EA-3CBL
RS-232
EA-2CBL
RS-232
EA-4CBL-2
RS-232
** See Diagram 4
RS-422
EA-4CBL-2
Port 1
K-sequence,
RS-232
D3-DCM
** See Diagram 3
Direct NET
DB 25 pin
Direct NET,
D3-350 only
RS-232
** See Diagram 6
(female)
Modbus RTU
RS-422
* Note: The PLC can provide 5 VDC through this cable. No external 12-24 VDC souce is required, however, screen
brightness is diminished and the alarm beep will not function.
** Note: Wiring Diagrams for user constructed cables start on page 6-26.
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D3-350
Port 2
DB 25 pin
(female)
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Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
** See Diagram 3
RS-232
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
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DirectLOGIC DL405 PLCs and D4-DCM Module
Panel Powered via external power supply, Port1 or Port2 Communications
PLC Compatibility & Connection Chart
PLC
C-more Micro-Graphic Panel
Panel to PLC Cabling Components Required for
Specific Port and Protocol being used.
Family
PLC Port &
Type
CPU
*PLC Port Powered
or
External DC Power Supply
Using panel’s RJ12 Port1
Protocol(s)
Supported
Port 0
DB 15 pin
(female)
K-sequence
Port 1
DB 25 pin
(female)
K-sequence,
Direct NET
Port 0
DB 15 pin
(female)
EA-4CBL-1
RS-232
DV-1000CBL*
& FA-CABKIT
RS-232
K-sequence,
Direct NET
EA-4CBL-2
RS-232
** See Diagram 4
RS-422
K-sequence
D4-1000CBL
or DV-1000CBL*
& FA-CABKIT
RS-232
K-sequence
EA-4CBL-1
RS-232
Port 1
DB 25 pin
(female)
K-sequence,
Direct NET
DV-1000CBL*
& FA-CABKIT
RS-232
K-sequence,
Direct NET
EA-4CBL-2
RS-232
** See Diagram 4
RS-422
Port 0
DB 15 pin
(female)
K-sequence
D4-1000CBL
or DV-1000CBL*
& FA-CABKIT
RS-232
K-sequence
EA-4CBL-1
RS-232
Port 1
DB 25 pin
(female)
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
DV-1000CBL*
& FA-CABKIT
RS-232
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
EA-4CBL-2
RS-232
** See Diagram 4
RS-422
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
** See Diagram 5
RS-422
K-sequence,
Direct NET
EA-2CBL
RS-232
D4-440
D4-450
Using panel’s Port2
DB 15-pin - female
Protocol(s)
Components &
Supported
Network Type
K-sequence
D4-430
Direct LOGIC
DL405
Components &
Network Type
D4-1000CBL
or DV-1000CBL*
& FA-CABKIT
RS-232
External DC Power Supply
Port 3
DB 25 pin
(female)
Port 2
RJ12 - 6 pin
Not Possible
K-sequence,
Direct NET
DV-1000CBL*
RS-232
EA-4CBL-2
RS-232
** See Diagram 6
RS-422
* Note: The PLC can provide 5 VDC through this cable. No external 12-24 VDC souce is required, however, screen
brightness is diminished and the alarm beep will not function.
** Note: Wiring Diagrams for user constructed cables start on page 6-26.
D4-DCM
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Port 1
DB 25 pin
(female)
K-sequence,
Direct NET,
Modbus RTU
** See Diagram 3
RS-232
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Panel Powered via external power supply, Port1 or Port2 Communications
PLC Compatibility & Connection Chart
PLC
C-more Micro-Graphic Panel
Panel to PLC Cabling Components Required for
Specific Port and Protocol being used.
External DC Power Supply
Family
PLC Port &
Type
CPU
Powered from an external 24 VDC source
Using panel’s RJ12 Port1
Protocol(s)
Supported
Allen-Bradley
MicroLogix
1000, 1100,
1200, 1400,
1500
Allen-Bradley
SLC500
5/03, 5/04,
5/05
5/01, 5/02,
5/03
8-pin
mini-din port
RJ45 8-pin
phone plug
9-pin
D-sub port
RJ45 8-pin
phone plug
Allen-Bradley
ControlLogix
all
9-pin
D-sub port
Allen-Bradley
CompactLogix
all
9-pin
D-sub port
Allen-Bradley
FlexLogix
all
9-pin
D-sub port
Allen-Bradley
PLC5
Components &
Network Type
Not Possible
25-pin
D-sub port
all
RJ45 8-pin
phone plug
Using panel’s Port2
DB 15-pin - female
Protocol(s)
Components &
Supported
Network Type
DF1 Full Duplex, EA-MLOGIX-CBL
DF1 Half Duplex
RS-232
EA-DH485-CBL
DH485/AIC/AIC+
RS-232
DF1 Full Duplex, EA-SLC-232-CBL
DF1 Half Duplex
RS-232
EA-DH485-CBL
DH485/AIC/AIC+
RS-232
DF1 Full Duplex,
DF1 Half Duplex
EA-SLC-232-CBL
RS-232
DF1 Full Duplex,
DF1 Half Duplex
EA-SLC-232-CBL
RS-232
DF1 Full Duplex,
DF1 Half Duplex
EA-SLC-232-CBL
RS-232
EA-PLC5-232-CBL
RS-232
** See Diagram 16
RS-422
EA-DH485-CBL
DH485/AIC/AIC+
RS-232
DF1 Full Duplex
** Note: Wiring Diagrams for user constructed cables start on page 6-26.
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GE, Mitsubishi, Omron, Modicon and Siemens PLCs
Panel Powered via external power supply, Port1 or Port2 Communications
PLC Compatibility & Connection Chart
PLC
C-more Micro-Graphic Panel
Panel to PLC Cabling Components Required for
Specific Port and Protocol being used.
External DC Power Supply
Family
PLC Port &
Type
CPU
Powered from an external 24 VDC source.
Using panel’s RJ12 Port1
Protocol(s)
Supported
90/30, 90/70
GE
Micro 90,
VersaMax
Micro
Melsec
FX Series
Mitsubishi
Components &
Network Type
Using panel’s Port2
DB 15-pin - female
Protocol(s)
Components &
Supported
Network Type
15-pin
D-sub port
RJ45
Port 1
SNPX
15-pin
D-sub port
Port 2
EA-90-30-CBL
RS-422
** See Diagram
12
RS-232
EA-90-30-CBL
RS-422
25-pin
D-sub port
CPU Direct
8-pin
mini-din port
EA-MITSU-CBL
RS-422
EA-MITSU-CBL-1
RS-422
Q / QnA
** See Diagram
14
RS-232C
** See Diagram
15
RS-232C
25-pin
D-sub port
Host Link
EA-OMRON-CBL
RS-232
9-pin
D-sub port
Host Link
FINS
** See Diagram
7&8
RS-232
Modicon
984 CPU,
Quantum
113 CPU,
AEG
Modicon
Micro Series
110 CPU
varies
Modbus RTU
** See Diagram
9, 10 & 11
RS-232
Siemens
S7-200
CPU
9-pin
D-sub port
0 or 1
PPI
** See Diagram
13
RS-485
9-pin
D-sub port
Q / QnA
6-pin
mini-din port
Omron
C200
(Adapter),
C500
CJ1, CS1,
CQM1,
CPM1,
CPM2
C200 CPU
Not Possible
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2
3
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Cables from AutomationDirect
Cable Description
AutomationDirect Productivity Series,
Do-more, CLICK, Direct LOGIC PLC RJ-12
port, DL05, DL06, DL105, DL205, D3-350,
D4-450 & H2-WinPLC (RS-232C)
DV-1000CBL
Note: The PLC can provide 5 VDC through this cable. No
external 12-24 VDC souce is required, however,
screen brightness is diminished and the alarm beep
will not function.
Direct LOGIC DL405 PLC 15-pin D-sub
port, DL405
(RS-232C)
D4-1000CBL
Direct LOGIC (VGA Style) 15-pin port,
DL06, D2-250 (250-1), D2-260
(RS-232C)
Use with DV-1000CBL cable.
FA-15HD
Direct LOGIC PLC 15-pin D-sub port,
DL405
(RS-232C).
FA-CABKIT
Direct LOGIC PLC RJ-11 port, D3-340
(RS-232C).
OP-3CBL-1
Part No. EA-2CBL
AutomationDirect Productivity Series,
Do-more, CLICK, DirectLOGIC PLC RJ-12
port, DL05, DL06, DL105, DL205, D3-350,
D4-450 & H2-WinPLC (RS-232C)
Direct LOGIC (VGA Style) 15-pin port,
DL06, D2-250 (250-1), D2-260
(RS-232C).
Direct LOGIC PLC RJ-11 port, D3-340
(RS-232C).
Direct LOGIC DL405 PLC 15-pin D-sub
port, DL405 (RS-232C).
Direct LOGIC PLC 25-pin D-sub port,
DL405, D3-350, DL305 DCU and all DCM’s
(RS-232C).
Allen-Bradley MicroLogix 1000, 1100,
1200, 1400 & 1500 (RS-232C)
Allen-Bradley SLC 5-03/04/05,
ControlLogix, CompactLogix, FlexLogix
DF1 port (RS-232C)
Allen-Bradley PLC-5 DF1 port
(RS-232C)
Allen-Bradley MicroLogix, SLC 5-01/02/03,
PLC5 DH485 port (RS-232C)
GE 90/30, 90/70, Micro 90, Versamax
Micro (Port2) 15-pin D-sub port
(RS-422A)
MITSUBISHI FX Series 25-pin port
(RS-422A)
MITSUBISHI FX Series 8-pin mini-DIN
(RS-422A)
OMRON Host Link (C200 Adapter, C500)
(RS-232C)
Part No. EA-2CBL-1
Part No. EA-4CBL-1
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Cable Part No.
Cables used with serial Port2
Cables used with serial Port1
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Cable Description
Cable Part No.
EA-2CBL
EA-2CBL-1
EA-3CBL
EA-4CBL-1
EA-4CBL-2
EA-MLOGIX-CBL
EA-SLC-232-CBL
EA-PLC5-232-CBL
EA-DH485-CBL
EA-90-30-CBL
EA-MITSU-CBL
EA-MITSU-CBL-1
EA-OMRON-CBL
Part No. EA-3CBL
Part No. EA-4CBL-2
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Part No. DV-1000CBL
Part No. OP-3CBL-1
Part No. FA-15HD
Part No. D4-1000CBL
Part No. FA-CABKIT
Part No. EA-MLOGIX-CBL
Part No. EA-SLC-232-CBL
Part No. EA-DH485-CBL
Part No. EA-MITSU-CBL
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Part No. EA-PLC5-232-CBL
Part No. EA-90-30-CBL
Part No. EA-MITSU-CBL-1
Part No. EA-OMRON-CBL
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Cables from AutomationDirect – Wiring Diagrams
The following series of wiring diagrams show the connectors and wiring details for the
communication cables that are used between the C-more Micro-Graphic panels and various
PLCs. Part numbers are included with the pre-made cables that can be purchased from
AutomationDirect. The information presented will allow the user to construct their own cables
if so desired.
EA-2CBL
CLICK & Direct LOGIC:
Productivity Series, Do-more, CLICK and Direct Logic PLC RJ12 port:
To C-more Micro-Graphic
DL05, DL06, DL105, DL205, DL350, DL450, H2-WINPLC
Serial Port2
RS-232C (p/n EA-2CBL)
To PLC
RJ12 Port
RJ12 6-pin
Phone Plug
(6P6C)
1 = Sig GND
2 = do not use
3 = RXD
4 = TXD
5 = do not use
6 = do not use
123456
Wiring Diagram
TXD
4
3
RXD
RXD
3
2
TXD
GND
1
5
shield
1
8 = do not use
7 = do not use
6 = do not use
5 = Logic GND
4 = do not use
3 = RXD (232C)
2 = TXD (232C)
1 = Frame GND
15-pin
D-sub
(male)
15
1
15 = do not use
14 = do not use
13 = do not use
12 = do not use
11 = do not use
10 = do not use
9 = do not use
Note: Use the above wiring diagram if you need to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
Note: Only one C-more Micro-Graphic panel can be powered by an AutomationDirect PLC. If connecting
C-more Micro-Graphic panels to more than one port on and AutomationDirect PLC, the additional panel
must use an external power supply.
Direct LOGIC:
EA-2CBL-1
Direct Logic PLC (VGA style) 15-pin HD port:
D2-250, D2-250-1, D2-260, DL06
RS-232C (p/n EA-2CBL-1)
To PLC
15-Pin HD Port
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
Wiring Diagram
15-pin
15-pin
HD D-sub
D-sub
2
3 RXD
TXD
(male)
(male) 15 = do not use
15 = do not use
8 = do not use
8 = do not use
2
3
TXD 7 = do not use
14 = do not use RXD
7 = Sig GND
15
15 14 = do not use
5
13 = do not use GND 7
6 = do not use
6 = donot use
13 = do not use
12 = do not use
5 = CTS
5 = Logic GND
12 = do not use
4
11 = do not use RTS
4 = RTS
4 = do not use
11 = do not use
10 = do not use CTS 5
3 = RXD
3 = RXD (232C)
1 6
10 = do not use
1
9 = do not use
2 = TXD
2 = TXD (232C)
9 = do not use
1 = +5 VDC - N/C
1
1 = Frame GND
shield
HD = High Density
Note: Use the above wiring diagram if you need to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
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EA-3CBL
Direct LOGIC:
Direct Logic PLC RJ11 port: D3-340
RS-232C (p/n EA-3CBL)
To PLC
RJ11 Port
RJ11 4-pin
Phone Plug
(4P4C)
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
15-pin
D-sub
(male)
Wiring Diagram
8 = do not use
15 = do not use
7 = do not use
14 = do not use
15
6
=
do
not
use
13 = do not use
TXD
RXD
1 = Sig ground
5 = Logic GND
12 = do not use
2 = do not use
2
3
RXD
TXD
4 = do not use
11 = do not use
3 = RXD
5
1
3 = RXD (232C)
GND
10 = do not use
4 = TXD
1234
2
=
TXD
(232C)
1
9 = do not use
shield
1
1 = Frame GND
Note: Use the above wiring diagram if you need to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
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EA-4CBL-1
Direct Logic PLC 15-pin D-sub port: DL405,
RS-232C (p/n EA-4CBL-1)
To PLC
15-Pin Port
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
Wiring Diagram
15-pin
D-sub
8 = YOM Sense (male)
7 = CTS
15
6 = do not use
5 = do not use
4 = Online
3 = RXD (232C)
2 = TXD (232C)
1 = YOP Sense 1
15 = Logic GND
14 = Logic GND
13 = Logic GND
12 = do not use
11 = do not use
10 = do not use
9 = do not use
See PLC user manual
for pin out details.
TXD
2
3
RXD
RXD
3
2
TXD
online
4
5
GND 13
GND 14
GND 15
YOP
1
CTS
7
YOM
8
15-pin
D-sub
8 = do not used (male)
7 = do not used
15
6 = do not used
5 = Logic GND
4 = do not used
3 = RXD (232C)
2 = TXD (232C) 1
1 = Frame GND
15 = do not use
14 = do not use
13 = do not use
12 = do not use
11 = do not use
10 = do not use
9 = do not use
1
shield
Note: Use the above wiring diagram if you need to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
EA-4CBL-2
Direct Logic PLC 25-pin D-sub port: DL405, D3-350,
DL305 DCU, and all DCMs,
RS-232C (p/n EA-4CBL-2)
To PLC
25-Pin Port
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
25-pin
15-pin
Wiring Diagram
D-sub
D-sub
3 RXD 8 = do not use
13 = do not use (male) 25 = do not use TXD 2
(male) 15 = do not use
12 = do not use
25 24 = do not use
7
=
do
not
use
2
3
14 = do not use
TXD
11 = do not use
23 = do not use RXD
15 13 = do not use
6 = do not use
10 = do not use
5
22 = do not use GND 7
5
=
Logic
GND
12 = do not use
9 = do not use
21 = do not use
4
4 = do not use
11 = do not use
8 = do not use
20 = do not use RTS
3
=
RXD
(232C)
10 = do not use
7 = Signal GND
5
CTS
19
=
do
not
use
2 = TXD (232C) 1
6 = do not use
9 = do not use
18 = do not use
5 = CTS
1 = Frame GND
1
17 = do not use
4 = RTS
shield
16 = do not use
3 = RXD
2 = TXD
15 = do not use
1
1 = do not use
14 = do not use
Note: Use the above wiring diagram if you need to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
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DV-1000CBL
Power Supplied to Panel through Cable from AutomationDirect PLC RJ12 port:
RS-232C (p/n DV-1000CBL)
To PLC
RJ12 Port
To C-more
Micro-Graphic
Serial Port1
10 feet [3.0 m] Maximum
Wiring Diagram
RJ12 6-pin
Phone Plug
(6P6C)
1 = Sig GND
2 = +5 VDC
3 = RXD
4 = TXD
5 = not used
6 = Sig GND
GND
6
1
GND
TXD
4
3
RXD
RXD
3
4
TXD
+5 V
2
5
+5 V
GND
1
6
GND
123456
RJ12 6-pin
Phone Plug
(6P6C)
1 = Sig GND
2 = not used
3 = RXD
4 = TXD
5 = +5 VDC
6 = Sig GND
123456
Note: Only one C-more Micro-Graphic panel can be powered by an AutomationDirect PLC. If connecting
C-more Micro-Graphic panels to more than one port on and AutomationDirect PLC, the additional panel
must use an external power supply.
OP-3CBL-1
Direct Logic PLC RJ11 port: D3-340 Port 1 & 2
RS-232C (p/n OP-3CBL-1)
To PLC
RJ11 Port
RJ11 4-pin
Phone Plug
(4P4C)
1 = RXD
2 = TXD
3 = do not use
4 = Sig GND
RJ12 6-pin
Phone Plug
(6P6C)
Wiring Diagram
1234
To C-more
Micro-Graphic
Serial Port1
RXD
1
4
TXD
TXD
2
3
RXD
GND
4
1
123456
1 = Sig GND
2 = not used
3 = RXD
4 = TXD
5 = +5 VDC
6 = Sig GND
Note: Use the above wiring diagram if you need to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
D4-1000CBL
DirectLogic DL405 PLC Port 0: DL-450 Port 0
RS-232C (p/n D4-1000CBL)
To DL405 PLC
Port 0
To C-more
Micro-Graphic
Serial Port1
Wiring Diagram
15-pin
D-sub
8 = YOM Sense (male)
7 = CTS
15
6 = do not use
5 = do not use
4 = Online
3 = RXD (232C)
2 = TXD (232C)
1 = YOP Sense 1
6–20
15
6
11
5
5V
RXD
3
4
TXD
TXD
2
3
RXD
12
2
GND
14
1
YOP
1
CTS
7
GND
15 = Logic GND
14 = Logic GND
13 = Logic GND
12 = do not use
11 = do not use
10 = do not use
9 = do not use
See PLC user manual
for pin out details.
YOM
GND
GND
1 = GND
2 = do not use
3 = RXD
4 = TXD
5 = +5 VDC
6 = GND
RJ12 6-pin
Phone Plug
(6P6C)
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EA-MLOGIX-CBL
Allen-Bradley:
Allen-Bradley MicroLogix™ 1000/1100/1200/1400/1500
RS-232C (p/n EA-MLOGIX-CBL)
To AB MicroLogix RS-232
communication channel
Mini Din
8-pin Male
6
3
8
7
4
5
1 2
Wiring Diagram
0.290”
1 = do not use
2 = Sig GND
3 = do not use
4 = RXD
5 = do not use
6 = do not use
7 = TXD
8 = do not use
0.35”
DIA. Nonstandard
TXD
7
3
RXD
RXD
4
2
TXD
GND
2
5
1
shield
keying
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
15-pin
D-sub
8 = do not use
(male)
7 = do not use
15
6 = do not use
5 = Logic GND
4 = do not use
3 = RXD (232C)
2 = TXD (232C) 1
1 = Frame GND
15 = do not use
14 = do not use
13 = do not use
12 = do not use
11 = do not use
10 = do not use
9 = do not use
Note: Use the above wiring diagram if you need to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
EA-SLC-232-CBL
Allen-Bradley SLC 5-03/04/05, ControlLogix, CompactLogix,
FlexLogix, DF1, RS-232C (p/n EA-SLC-232-CBL)
To PLC
9-Pin Port
9-pin
D-sub
(female)
1 = do not use 1
2 = RXD
3 = TXD
4 = do not use
5 = Signal GND
9
Wiring Diagram
6 = do not use TXD
7 = do not use
8 = do not use RXD
9 = do not use GND
3
3
2
2
5
5
shield
1
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
15-pin
D-sub
8 = do not use (male)
7 = do not use
15
RXD 6 = do not use
5 = Logic GND
TXD
4 = do not use
3 = RXD (232C)
2 = TXD (232C) 1
1 = Frame GND
15 = do not use
14 = do not use
13 = do not use
12 = do not use
11 = do not use
10 = do not use
9 = do not use
Note: Use the above wiring diagram if you need to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
EA-PLC5-232-CBL
Allen-Bradley PLC5, DF1,
RS-232C (p/n EA-PLC5-232-CBL)
To PLC
25-Pin Port
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
Wiring Diagram
25-pin
15-pin
D-sub
D-sub
3 RXD 8 = do not use
13 = do not use (male) 25 = do not use TXD 2
(male) 15 = do not use
12 = do not use
25 24 = do not use
3
2 TXD 7 = do not use
14 = do not use
11 = do not use
23 = do not use RXD
15 13 = do not use
6 = do not use
10 = do not use
5
22 = do not use GND 7
5
=
Logic
GND
12 = do not use
9 = do not use
21 = do not use
1
4 = do not use
11 = do not use
8 = do not use
shield
20
=
do
not
use
3 = RXD (232C)
10 = do not use
7 = Signal GND
19 = do not use
2 = TXD (232C) 1
6 = do not use
9 = do not use
18 = do not use
5 = do not use
1 = Frame GND
17 = do not use
4 = do not use
16 = do not use
3 = RXD
2 = TXD
15 = do not use
1
1 = do not use
14 = do not use
Note: Use the above wiring diagram if you need to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
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Cables from AutomationDirect - Wiring Diagrams (cont’d)
EA-DH485-CBL
Allen-Bradley:
Allen-Bradley SLC500™, 5/01, /02, /03 DH-485
Point-to-Point
RS-485A (p/n EA-DH485-CBL)
To AB SLC500
DH-485 Port
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
Wiring Diagram
1 = TXD/RXD+
2 = TXD/RXD–
3 = do not use
4 = Signal GND
5 = LE
6 = do not use
7 = Signal GND
8 = do not use
RJ45 8-pin
Phone Plug
(8P8C)
TXD/RXD+
13
9
Term.
1
TXD/RXD–
2
10
RD–
11
SD+
12
SD–
6
LE *
LE *
5
GND
4
GND
7
RD+
5
shield
15-pin
D-sub
8 = do not use (male)
7 = do not use
15
6 = LE
5 = Logic GND
4 = do not use
3 = do not use
2 = do not use 1
1 = Frame GND
15 = do not use
14 = do not use
13 = Termination
12 = SD– (RS485)
11 = SD+ (RS485)
10 = RD– (RS485)
9 = RD+ (RS485)
* Note: The LE signal is wired in the cable
as shown, but not required for
point-to-point communications.
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Allen-Bradley SLC500™, 5/01, /02, /03 DH-485/AIC to Multiple C-more 6” Micro-Graphic Panels
RS-485A (using C-more cable p/n EA-DH485-CBL)
Allen-Bradley
SLC 500 Modular
PLC Controller
DH-485 Link
(See manufacturer’s literature for details.)
Channel 1 must be
set to DH485.
DH-485
DH-485
Peripheral
Peripheral
J2
J2
CPU
J1
CPU
J1
Power
Power
AB 1747-AIC
DH485 Link Coupler
AB 1747-C11 A
Cable
AB 1747-AIC
DH485 Link Coupler
C-more
6” Micro-Graphic
Panel
C-more
6” Micro-Graphic
Panel
Port2
Port2
C-more
EA-DH485-CBL
Cable
C-more
EA-DH485-CBL
Cable
Note: The above diagram shows connecting multiple C-more Micro-Graphic panels to an Allen-Bradley DH485/AIC
network using the AB DH485 Link Coupler, p/n 1747-AIC. Select the “Allen-Bradly DH485/AIC SLC500 MircroLogix”
driver in the C-more Programming Software when starting the project. Also, set the AB channel configuration for DH485.
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Allen-Bradley:
Allen-Bradley SLC500™ 5/03 DH-485/AIC to Multiple C-more 6” Micro-Graphic Panels
(using C-more cables p/n EA-MLOGIX-CBL, EA-SLC-232-CBL)
Allen-Bradley
SLC 5/03 Modular
PLC Controller
DH-485 Link
(See manufacturer’s literature for details.)
Channel 0 must be
set to DH485.
AB 1761-NET-AIC
AIC + Advanced
Interface Converter
C-more
6” Micro-Graphic
Panel
AB 1761-NET-AIC
AIC + Advanced
Interface Converter
C-more
EA-MLOGIX-CBL
Cable
C-more
6” Micro-Graphic
Panel
AB 1747-CP3
RS-232 Cable
To additional
C-more
Touch Panel
Port2
Port2
C-more
EA-MLOGIX-CBL
Cable
C-more
EA-SLC-232-CBL
Cable
Note: The above diagram shows connecting multiple C-more Micro-Graphic panels to an Allen-Bradley DH485/AIC network using the
AB AIC+ Advanced Interface Converter, p/n 1761-NET-AIC. Select the “Allen-Bradly DH485/AIC SLC500 MircroLogix” driver
in the C-more Micro Programming Software when starting the project. Also, set the AB channel configuration for DH485.
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GE:
EA-90-30-CBL
GE 90/30, 90/70, Micro 90 and VersaMax Micro (Port 2)
15-pin D-sub port, RS-422A (p/n EA-90-30-CBL)
To PLC
15-Pin Port
15-pin
D-sub
8 = CTS(B’)
(male)
7 = Logic GND
15
6 = do not use
5 = +5V
4 = do not use
3 = do not use
2 = do not use
1 = do not use 1
Wiring Diagram
15 = CTS(A’)
14 = do not use
13 = SD(B)
12 = SD(A)
11 = RD(B’)
10 = RD(A’)
9 = do not use
SD(B)
13
13
9
SD(A)
12
10
RD(B’)
11
11
RD(A’)
10
12
5
GND
7
CTS(B’)
8
CTS(A’)
15
+5V
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
15-pin
D-sub
8 = do not use (male) 15 = do not use
RD– 7 = do not use
14 = do not use
15
13 = Termination
SD+ 6 = do not use
5 = Logic GND
12 = SD– (RS422)
SD– 4 = do not use
11 = SD+ (RS422)
3 = do not use
10 = RD– (RS422)
2 = do not use 1
9 = RD+ (RS422)
1 = Frame GND
Term.
RD+
5
shield
1
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend AutomationDirect p/n L19853 shielded cable or equivalent.
Mitsubishi:
EA-MITSU-CBL
Mitsubishi FX Series 25-pin D-sub port,
RS-422A (p/n EA-MITSU-CBL)
To PLC
25-Pin Port
Wiring Diagram
25-pin
D-sub
(male)
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
13
15-pin
Term.
D-sub
9 RD+
25 = do not use SD+
(male)
8 = do not use
15 = do not use
24
=
do
not
use
25
10 RD– 7 = do not use
SD– 16
14 = do not use
23 = do not use
15
6
=
do
not
use
2
11
13 = Termination
SD+
22 = do not use RD+
5 = Logic GND
12 = SD– (RS422)
21 = do not use RD– 15
12 SD–
4 = do not use
11 = SD+ (RS422)
20 = do not use
5
7
3
=
do
not
use
10 = RD– (RS422)
19 = do not use GND
2
=
do
not
use
1
9 = RD+ (RS422)
18 = do not use GND 4
1 = Frame GND
17 = do not use
1
shield
16 = SD– (RS422)
15 = RD– (RS422)
14 = do not use
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend AutomationDirect p/n L19853 shielded cable or equivalent.
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13 = do not use
12 = do not use
11 = do not use
10 = do not use
9 = do not use
8 = do not use
7 = Signal GND
6 = do not use
5 = do not use
4 = Signal GND
3 = SD+ (RS422)
2 = RD+ (RS422) 1
1 = do not use
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EA-MITSU-CBL-1
Mitsubishi:
Mitsubishi FX Series 8-pin MINI-DIN,
RS-422A (p/n EA-MITSU-CBL-1)
To PLC
8-Pin Port
1 = RD– (RS-422)
2 = RD+ (RS-422)
3 = Sig GND
4 = SD– (RS-422)
5 = do not use
6 = do not use
7 = SD+ (RS-422)
8 = do not use
Wiring Diagram
Mini Din
8-pin Male
6
3
Term.
9
RD+
SD–
4
10
RD–
RD+
2
11
SD+
RD–
1
12
SD–
GND
3
5
8
7
4
13
SD+
7
5
1 2
shield
1
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
15-pin
D-sub
8 = do not use
(male)
7 = do not use
15
6 = do not use
5 = Logic GND
4 = do not use
3 = do not use
2 = do not use
1
1 = Frame GND
15 = do not use
14 = do not use
13 = Termination
12 = SD– (RS422)
11 = SD+ (RS422)
10 = RD– (RS422)
9 = RD+ (RS422)
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend AutomationDirect p/n L19853 shielded cable or equivalent.
Omron:
EA-OMRON-CBL
Omron Host Link (C200 Adapter, C500),
RS-232C (p/n EA-OMRON-CBL)
To PLC
25-Pin Port
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
Wiring Diagram
25-pin
D-sub
(male)
15-pin
D-sub
3 RXD 8 = do not use
13 = do not use
25 = do not use TXD 2
(male) 15 = do not use
12 = do not use
25 24 = do not use
7
=
do
not
use
3
2
14 = do not use
TXD
11 = do not use
23 = do not use RXD
15 13 = do not use
6 = do not use
10 = do not use
5
22 = do not use GND 7
5 = Logic GND
12 = do not use
9 = do not use
21 = do not use
4
4 = do not use
11 = do not use
8 = do not use
20 = do not use RTS
3
=
RXD
(232C)
10 = do not use
7 = Signal GND
19 = do not use CTS 5
2 = TXD (232C) 1
6 = do not use
9 = do not use
18 = do not use
5 = CTS
1 = Frame GND
1
17 = do not use
4 = RTS
shield
16 = do not use
3 = RXD
2 = TXD
15 = do not use
1
1 = do not use
14 = do not use
Note: Use the above wiring diagram if you need to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
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User Constructed
Diagram 1
Direct LOGIC ZIPLink ZL-CMA15L Adapter Module to EA-COMCON-3 Terminal Block Adapter
RS-422A – PLC D2-250 (-1), D2-260 or DL06 – Port 2
C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
RS-232 RXD
Wiring Diagram
RS-232 TXD
+5V
TERMINATE
RXD
TXD
TXD
RXD
SG
232
+5V
TX+
TX-
RX-
RX+
RS422/485
GND
SIGNAL GND
ZL-CMA15L
RS-422/485 RX–
SD–
RS-422/485 TX–
SD+
RS-422/485 RX+
RD–
RS-422/485 TX+
RD+
shield
TERM
EA-COMCON-3
See ZL-CMA15L specifications on
termination resistor jumper.
ZL-CMA15L
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend AutomationDirect p/n L19954 shielded cable or equivalent.
User Constructed
Diagram 2
Direct LOGIC ZIPLink ZL-CMA15L Adapter Module to EA-COMCON-3 Terminal Block Adapter
RS-485A – PLC D2-260 or DL06 – Port 2
C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
RS-232 RXD
Wiring Diagram
RS-232 TXD
+5V
TERMINATE
RXD
RXD
232
TXD
SG
TX+
TX-
RX-
+5V
TXD
RS422/485
GND
SIGNAL GND
ZL-CMA15L
RX+
1
2
3
4
5
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7
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9
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12
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RS-422/485 RX–
SD–
RS-422/485 TX–
SD+
RS-422/485 RX+
RD–
RS-422/485 TX+
RD+
shield
TERM
EA-COMCON-3
See ZL-CMA15L specifications on
termination resistor jumper.
ZL-CMA15L
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend AutomationDirect p/n L19853 shielded cable or equivalent.
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NOTE: The RS-422 and RS-485 wiring diagrams shown above are not for multi-drop networks involving
connecting more than one PLC to a panel. Refer to the wiring diagram examples starting on page 6-34 if more
than one PLC will be connected to a panel.
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User Constructed
Diagram 3
To DCM
25-Pin Port
Direct Logic D2-DCM 25-pin D-sub port:
RS-232C
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
Wiring Diagram
25-pin
D-sub
(male)
3 RXD
13 = do not use
25 = do not use TXD
RJ12 6-pin
12 = do not use
Phone Plug
25 24 = do not use
4 TXD
3
1 = Sig GND
11 = do not use
23 = do not use RXD
(6P6C)
2 = do not use
10 = do not use
6
22 = do not use GND 7
9 = do not use
3 = RXD
21 = do not use
4
8 = do not use
4 = TXD
20 = do not use RTS
7 = Signal GND
5 = +5 VDC
19 = do not use CTS 5
6 = +5 VDC
6 = Sig GND
18 = do not use +5 V 6
5 +5 V
5 = CTS
123456
17 = do not use
4 = RTS
shield
16 = do not use
3 = RXD
2 = TXD
15 = do not use
1
1 = do not use
14 = do not use
Note: Use the above wiring diagram if you need to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
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User Constructed
Diagram 4
Direct LOGIC D4-430/D4-440/D4-450 Port 1
and D3-350 Port 2, all RS-422A
To PLC
25-Pin Port
13 = do not use
12 = do not use
11 = CTS+
10 = RXD–
(RS422)
9 = RXD+
(RS422)
8 = do not use
7=0V
6 = do not use
5 = do not use
4 = do not use
3 = do not use
2 = do not use
1 = do not use
Wiring Diagram
25-pin
D-sub
(male)
1
25 = do not use
24 = do not use
25 23 = CTS–
22 = do not use
21 = do not use
20 = do not use
19 = RTS+
18 = RTS–
17 = do not use
16 = TXD–
(RS422)
15 = do not use
14 = TXD+
(RS422)
13
TXD+
14
TXD–
16
10
RXD+
9
11
RXD–
10
12
0V
7
5
RTS–
18
CTS–
23
RTS+
19
CTS+
11
9
shield
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
15-pin
D-sub
8 = do not use (male) 15 = do not use
RD– 7 = do not use
14 = do not use
15
6 = do not use
13 = Termination
SD+
5 = Logic GND
12 = SD– (RS422)
SD– 4 = do not use
11 = SD+ (RS422)
3 = do not use
10 = RD– (RS422)
2 = do not use 1
9 = RD+ (RS422)
1 = Frame GND
Term.
RD+
1
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend AutomationDirect p/n L19853 shielded cable or equivalent.
NOTE: The RS-422 wiring diagram shown above is not for multi-drop networks involving connecting more
than one PLC to a panel. Refer to the wiring diagram examples starting on page 6-34 if more than one PLC
will be connected to a panel.
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Diagram 5
User Constructed
Direct LOGIC D4-450 Port 3
RS-422A
To PLC
25-Pin Port
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
RTS and CTS are not present on this port.
13 = TXD–
(RS422)
12 = TXD+
(RS422)
11 = do not use
10 = do not use
9 = do not use
8 = do not use
7=0V
6 = do not use
5 = do not use
4 = do not use
3 = do not use
2 = do not use
1 = do not use
Wiring Diagram
25-pin
D-sub
(male)
1
25 = RXD–
(RS422)
24 = RXD+
25
(RS422)
23 = do not use
22 = do not use
21 = do not use
20 = do not use
19 = do not use
18 = do not use
17 = do not use
16 = do not use
15 = do not use
14 = do not use
TXD+
12
13
9
TXD–
13
10
RXD+
24
11
RXD–
25
12
0V
7
5
shield
1
15-pin
D-sub
(male)
8 = do not use
15 = do not use
RD– 7 = do not use
14 = do not use
15
6 = do not use
13 = Termination
SD+
5 = Logic GND
12 = SD– (RS422)
SD– 4 = do not use
11 = SD+ (RS422)
3 = do not use
10 = RD– (RS422)
2 = do not use 1
9 = RD+ (RS422)
1 = Frame GND
Term.
RD+
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend AutomationDirect p/n L19853 shielded cable or equivalent.
Diagram 6
User Constructed
Direct LOGIC D2-DCM*, D3-DCM* & D4-DCM*
RS-422A
To PLC
25-Pin Port
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
*Note: The DCM modules must be set for:
Direct NET Slave, HEX mode.
Wiring Diagram
13 Term.
15-pin
25 = do not use
D-sub
24 = do not use TXD+ 14
9 RD+
13 = CTS–
(male)
8 = do not use
15 = do not use
23 = do not use
12 = CTS+
10
15
RD– 7 = do not use
14 = do not use
11 = RTS–
25 22 = do not use TXD–
15
6
=
do
not
use
13 = Termination
10 = RTS+
11 SD+
21 = do not use RXD+ 17
5
=
Logic
GND
9 = do not use
12 = SD– (RS422)
20 = do not use
12 SD– 4 = do not use
16
8 = do not use
11 = SD+ (RS422)
19 = do not use RXD–
7=0V
3 = do not use
7
5
10 = RD– (RS422)
18 = do not use
0V
6 = do not use
2
=
do
not
use
1
9 = RD+ (RS422)
17 = RXD+
11
5 = do not use
RTS–
1
=
Frame
GND
(RS422)
4 = do not use
13
16
=
RXD–
CTS–
3 = do not use
(RS422)
2 = do not use
RTS+ 10
15 = TXD–
1 = do not use 1
CTS+ 12
(RS422)
1
14 = TXD+
shield
(RS422)
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend AutomationDirect p/n L19853 shielded cable or equivalent.
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25-pin
D-sub
(male)
NOTE: The RS-422 wiring diagrams shown above are not for multi-drop networks involving connecting more
than one PLC to a panel. Refer to the wiring diagram examples starting on page 6-34 if more than one PLC
will be connected to a panel.
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User Constructed
Diagram 7
Omron FINS (CQM1, CPM1, CPM2, C200, CJ1 & CS1)
RS-232C
To PLC
9-Pin Port
9-pin
D-sub
(male)
9
1 = do not use
2 = TXD
3 = RXD
4 = RTS
1
5 = CTS
Wiring Diagram
6 = do not use TXD
7 = do not use
8 = do not use RXD
9 = Signal GND SG
2
3
RXD
3
2
TXD
9
5
RTS
4
CTS
5
shield
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
15-pin
D-sub
8 = do not use (male)
7 = do not use
6 = do not use
15
5 = Logic GND
4 = do not use
3 = RXD (232C)
2 = TXD (232C)
1 = Frame GND 1
15 = do not use
14 = do not use
13 = do not use
12 = do not use
11 = do not use
10 = do not use
9 = do not use
1
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
Diagram 8
User Constructed
Omron Host Link CQM1 using
CQM1-CIF02 Peripheral Port Connecting Cable
RS-232C
To Peripheral
Port Cable
9-pin
D-sub
(male)
1 = do not use
2 = RXD
3 = TXD
4 = do not use
5 = Signal GND 1
9
Wiring Diagram
6 = do not use TXD
7 = do not use
8 = do not use RXD
9 = do not use GND
3
3
RXD
2
2
TXD
5
5
shield
1
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
15-pin
D-sub
8 = do not use
(male)
7 = do not use
6 = do not use
15
5 = Logic GND
4 = do not use
3 = RXD (232C)
2 = TXD (232C)
1 = Frame GND 1
15 = do not use
14 = do not use
13 = do not use
12 = do not use
11 = do not use
10 = do not use
9 = do not use
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
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User Constructed
Diagram 9
Modicon™ ModBus™, 984 CPU, Quanum 113 CPU
RS-232C
To PLC
9-Pin Port
9-pin
D-sub
(male)
1 = do not use
2 = RXD
3 = TXD
4 = DTR
5 = Signal GND 1
9
Wiring Diagram
6 = DSR
7 = RTS
8 = CTS
9 = do not use
TXD
3
3
RXD
RXD
2
2
TXD
GND
5
5
DTR
4
DSR
6
RTS
7
CTS
8
shield
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
15-pin
D-sub
8 = do not use (male)
7 = do not use
15
6 = do not use
5 = Logic GND
4 = do not use
3 = RXD (232C)
2 = TXD (232C) 1
1 = Frame GND
15 = do not use
14 = do not use
13 = do not use
12 = do not use
11 = do not use
10 = do not use
9 = do not use
1
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
User Constructed
Diagram 10
AEG Modicon™ Micro Series:
110 CPU 311-xx, 110 CPU 411-xx, 110 CPU 512-xx, 110 CPU 612-xx
RS-232C
To PLC
9-Pin Port
9-pin
D-sub
(female)
1 = do not use 1
2 = TXD
3 = RXD
4 = do not use
5 = Signal GND
6–30
Wiring Diagram
6 = do not use
7 = do not use
8 = do not use
9 = do not use
9
TXD
2
3
RXD
RXD
3
2
TXD
GND
5
5
shield
1
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
15-pin
D-sub
8 = do not use (male)
7 = do not use
6 = do not use
15
5 = Logic GND
4 = do not use
3 = RXD (232C)
2 = TXD (232C)
1 = Frame GND 1
15 = do not use
14 = do not use
13 = do not use
12 = do not use
11 = do not use
10 = do not use
9 = do not use
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
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User Constructed
Diagram 11
Modicon™ ModBus™ with RJ45
RS-232C
To PLC
RJ45 Port
1 = do not use
2 = do not use
3 = TXD
4 = RXD
5 = Logic GND
6 = RTS
7 = CTS
8 = do not use
RJ45 8-pin
Phone Plug
(8P8C)
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
Wiring Diagram
TXD
3
3
RXD
4
2
GND
5
5
RTS
6
CTS
7
shield
1
RXD
8 = do not use
15-pin
D-sub
(male)
TXD 7 = do not use
6 = donot use
5 = Logic GND
4 = do not use
3 = RXD (232C)
2 = TXD (232C) 1
1 = Frame GND
15 = do not use
15 14 = do not use
13 = do not use
12 = do not use
11 = do not use
10 = do not use
9 = do not use
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
User Constructed
Diagram 12
GE VersaMax Micro Port 1
RS-232C
To PLC
RJ45 Port 1
1 = RTS
2 = CTS
3 = RXD
4 = TXD
5 = DCD
6 = DTR
7 = +5V
8 = GND
RJ45 8-pin
Phone Plug
(8P8C)
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
Wiring Diagram
TXD
4
3
RXD
3
2
GND
8
5
shield
1
8 = do not use
15-pin
D-sub
(male)
RXD 7 = do not use
TXD 6 = donot use
5 = Logic GND
4 = do not use
3 = RXD (232C)
2 = TXD (232C) 1
1 = Frame GND
15 = do not use
15 14 = do not use
13 = do not use
12 = do not use
11 = do not use
10 = do not use
9 = do not use
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
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11
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
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B
C
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User Constructed Cables – Wiring Diagrams (cont’d)
User Constructed
Diagram 13
Siemens S7-200 CPU Port 0 or 1
RS-485A
To PLC
9-Pin Port
Wiring Diagram
13
Term.
RS-485
Signal B
3
9
RD+
11
6 = +5 VDC
RS-485
7 = +24 VDC
Signal A
8 = RS485 Sig A
9 = do not use
Logic
SD+
8
10
RD–
12
SD–
9-pin
D-sub
(male)
1 = Logic Com
2 = Logic Com
3 = RS485 Sig B
4 = do not use
5 = Logic Com
1
9
Common
5
5
shield
1
To C-more Micro-Graphic
EA-MG-SP1 Serial Port
with DC Power Adapter
15-pin
D-sub
(male)
8 = do not use
15 = do not use
7 = do not use
14 = do not use
15
6 = do not use
13 = Termination
5 = Logic GND
12 = SD– (RS485)
4 = do not use
11 = SD+ (RS485)
3 = do not use
10 = RD– (RS485)
2 = do not use 1
9 = RD+ (RS485)
1 = Frame GND
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend AutomationDirect L19954 shielded cable or equivalent.
User Constructed
Diagram 14
To PLC
9-Pin Port
Mitsubishi Q / QnA Serial PLC
QJ71C24N
RS-232C
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
Wiring Diagram
CD
9-pin
D-sub
(female)
1
1 = CD
2 = RXD
3 = TXD
4 = DTR
5 = Signal GND
6–32
9
1
DTR
4
DSR
6
RS
6 = DSR
7 = RS
CS
8 = CS
9 = do not use TXD
7
8
3
3
RXD
2
2
GND
5
shield
5
1
15-pin
D-sub
8 = do not use (male)
7 = do not use
15
6 = do not use
5 = Logic GND
4 = do not use
RXD
3 = RXD (232C)
TXD 2 = TXD (232C)
1
1 = Frame GND
15 = do not use
14 = do not use
13 = do not use
12 = do not use
11 = do not use
10 = do not use
9 = do not use
Note: Use the above wiring diagram if you need to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
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User Constructed Cables – Wiring Diagrams (cont’d)
User Constructed
Diagram 15
Mitsubishi Q02 / Q02H / Q06H / Q12H / Q25H Serial Driver
and QnA Serial Driver with Direct Connection to
the Serial Port on Q00 and Q01 CPU’s
RS-232C
To PLC
6-Pin Port
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
15-pin
D-sub
(male)
8
=
do
not
use
15 = do not use
1 = RXD (232C)
7 = do not use
2 = TXD (232C)
15 14 = do not use
2
3 RXD
TXD
6 = donot use
13 = do not use
3 = Logic GND
2 TXD 5 = Logic GND
12 = do not use
4 = do not use
5
6
RXD 1
4
=
do
not
use
11 = do not use
5 = do not use
5
3
4
GND 3
3 = RXD (232C)
10 = do not use
6 = do not use
1
1 2
2 = TXD (232C) 1
9 = do not use
shield
1 = Frame GND
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend using 22 AWG shielded cable.
Mini Din
6-pin Male
Wiring Diagram
User Constructed
Diagram 16
Allen Bradley PLC5 DF1
RS-422
To PLC
25-Pin Port
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
Wiring Diagram
25-pin
D-sub
(male)
15-pin
D-sub
10 RD – 8 = do not use
25 = do not use TXD +
13 = do not use
(male) 15 = do not use
12 = do not use
25 24 = do not use
7
=
do
not
use
12
3
14 = do not use
SD –
11 = do not use
23 = do not use RXD +
15 13 = do not use
6 = do not use
10 = do not use
5
7
22 = do not use GND
5
=
Logic
GND
12 = SD –
9 = do not use
21 = do not use
9 RD + 4 = do not use
11 = SD +
8 = do not use
TXD – 14
20 = do not use
3
=
do
not
use
10 = RD –
7 = Signal GND
11
16
19
=
do
not
use
RXD
–
SD
+
2 = do not use 1
6 = do not use
9 = RD +
18 = do not use
5 = do not use
1 = Frame GND
1
17 = do not use
4 = do not use
shield
16 = RXD –
3 = RXD +
2 = TXD +
15 = do not use
1
1 = do not use
14 = TXD –
Notes:
1. Polarities must be swapped.
2. Handshaking is turned off
3. Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend AutomationDirect p/n L19853 shielded cable or equivalent.
4. Refer to the PLC-5 Programmable Controllers User Manual Switch Setting Reference for details on switch settings to define
the controller's serial port electrical interface.
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4
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7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
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B
C
D
User Constructed Cables – Wiring Diagrams (cont’d)
User Constructed
Diagram 17
AutomationDirect CLICK PLC
Analog CPU
RS-485
CLICK
Com Port 3
Wiring Diagram
RS-485
Signal A
RS-485 Signal A
RS-485 Signal B
Logic Ground
+
LG
3
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
13
Term.
9
RD+
Term.
11
SD+
RS-485
Signal B
8
10
RD–
12
SD–
Logic
Ground
5
5
shield
1
15-pin
D-sub
8 = do not use (male) 15 = do not use
7 = do not use
14 = do not use
15
6 = do not use
13 = Termination
5 = Logic GND
12 = SD– (RS485)
4 = do not use
11 = SD+ (RS485)
3 = do not use
10 = RD– (RS485)
2 = do not use 1
9 = RD+ (RS485)
1 = Frame GND
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend AutomationDirect p/n L19954 shielded cable or equivalent.
Use 120 ohm resistors as termination resistors (Term.)
User Constructed
Diagram 18
AutomationDirect Productivity PAC
RS-485
Removable Connector
included with
Productivity3000 CPU
Wiring Diagram
TXD+ / RXD+
TXD+ / RXD+
TXD- / RXDGround
+
G
3
13
Term.
9
RD+
Term.
11
SD+
TXD- / RXD-
8
10
RD–
12
SD–
Ground
5
5
shield
1
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
15-pin
D-sub
(male)
8 = do not use
15 = do not use
7 = do not use
14 = do not use
15
6 = do not use
13 = Termination
5 = Logic GND
12 = SD– (RS485)
4 = do not use
11 = SD+ (RS485)
3 = do not use
10 = RD– (RS485)
2 = do not use 1
9 = RD+ (RS485)
1 = Frame GND
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend AutomationDirect p/n L19954 shielded cable or equivalent.
Use 120 ohm resistors as termination resistors (Term.)
User Constructed
Diagram 19
GS Serial Drive Connection via RS-485
Wiring Diagram
GS Drives RS-485
Serial Comm. Port
6
C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
2: GND
GND
3: SG –
RD–
SD–
1
SD+
4: SG +
RD+
shield
TERM
EA-COMCON-3
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend AutomationDirect p/n L19772 shielded cable or equivalent.
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User Constructed
Diagram 20
Multiple GS Drives Connected to One C-more Micro-Graphic panel (RS-485)
GS3
GS Drive 6-Pin
RJ12 port
GS1
GS Drive 6-Pin
RJ12 port
C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
Wiring Diagram
*
*
*
GS2
GS Drive 6-Pin
RJ12 port
TB1
6
GND
5
RD –
4
SD –
3
SD +
RD +
2
shield
1
TERM
EA-COMCON-3
*Connect with ZL-RJ12-CBL-2P cable
Notes: 1. The terminal connections at the ZL-CDM-RJ12X4 are different for multi-drop networks than for the direct
drive to panel connection.
2. Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend AutomationDirect p/n L19954 shielded cable or equivalent.
User Constructed
Diagram 21
SOLO Temperature Controller to C-more Micro-Graphic Panel (RS-485)
SL4824 Series
RS-485
DATA + DATA –
11
C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
Wiring Diagram
12
GND
SL4848 Series
DATA –
RD –
DATA –
9
SD –
RS-485
DATA +
10
SD +
DATA +
RD +
shield
SL4896 Series
SL9696 Series
TERM
EA-COMCON-3
DATA –
1
RS-485
2
DATA +
Note: Use the above wiring diagram to make your own cable. We recommend AutomationDirect p/n L199772 shielded cable or equivalent.
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DL06 and DL205 used for illustration purposes
DirectLOGIC
DL205 PLC
DirectLOGIC
DL06 PLC
Port 2
(Slave)
ZL-CMA15L
RXD
Cable Adapter
(ZL-CMA15L shown)
Port 2
TXD
RXD
TX+
TX-
SG
RX-
RX+
+5V
TXD
232
RS422/485
(Slave)
ZL-CMA15L
Shielded Cable
RXD
TXD
TXD
TX-
TX+
SG
RX-
RX+
RXD
232
RS422/485
+5V
Cable Adapter
(ZL-CMA15L shown)
When connecting to a DirectLogic PLC
use connector ZL-CMA15L or ZL-CMA15
Shielded Cable
7
10
6
10
9
CTS–
RTS–
CTS+
RTS+
RXD–
6
RXD+
TXD+
GND
7
13 11 14 12 15
TXD–
To D2-250-1 PLC port 2
Used as example
CTS–
RTS–
RTS+
RXD+
TXD+
9
RXD–
GND
To DL06 PLC port 2
Used as example
CTS+
Notes: 1. We recommend Belden 8103 shielded cable or equivalent.
2. Wiring Diagram for this example, ZL-CMA15(L)
TXD–
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
A
B
C
D
RS-422A/RS-485A Multi-Drop Wiring Diagram Examples
13 11 14 12 15
*
15-pin
HD D-sub
8 = do not use (male) 15 = CTS–
7 = Sig GND
14 = CTS+
15
6 = RXD–
13 = RXD+
5 = do not use
12 = RTS4 = do not use
11 = RTS+
3 = do not use 1
10 = TXD–
6
2 = do not use
9 = TXD+
1 = do not use
HD = High Density
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
RXD+
RXD+
RXD–
RXD–
TXD+
TXD+
TXD–
TXD–
Signal GND
shield
Signal GND
* Termination resistors required at both ends of the
network receive data signals to match the impedance
of the cable (between 100 and 500 ohms).
Typical RS-422 Multi-Drop Wiring Diagram
using DirectLogic pin numbers to illustrate
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DL06 and DL205 used for illustration purposes
GIC
LC
DirectLOGIC
DL06 PLC
C-more
6” Micro-Graphic
Panel
with
EA-COMCON-3
Port2
(Master)
(Slave)
Port 2
Shielded Cable
ZL-CMA15L
RXD
TXD
RXD
TX+
TX-
SG
RX-
RX+
+5V
TXD
232
RS422/485
Cable Adapter
(ZL-CMA15L shown)
Shielded Cable
When connecting to a DirectLogic PLC
use connector ZL-CMA15L or ZL-CMA15
10
9
6
5
13 11 14 12 15
15-pin
HD D-sub
8 = do not use (male) 15 = CTS–
7 = Sig GND
14 = CTS+
15
6 = RXD–
13 = RXD+
5 = do not use
12 = RTS4 = do not use
11 = RTS+
3 = do not use 1
10 = TXD–
6
2 = do not use
9 = TXD+
1 = do not use
HD = High Density
15-pin
8 = do not use D-sub
7 = do not use (male)
15
6 = do not use
5 = Logic GND
4 = do not use
3 = do not use
2 = do not use 1
1 = Frame GND
RXD+
Term.
SHD
SD–
9
SD+
RD–
10
RD+
EA-COMCON-3
GND
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
CTS–
RTS–
CTS+
RTS+
RXD+
TXD+
To DL06 PLC port 2
Used as example
RXD–
GND
7
TXD–
Notes: 1. We recommend Belden 8103 shielded cable or equivalent.
2. Wiring Diagram for this example, ZL-CMA15(L)
*
12 11 13
1
15 = do not use
14 = do not use
13 = Termination
12 = SD– (RS422)
11 = SD+ (RS422)
10 = RD– (RS422)
9 = RD+ (RS422)
RXD+
RXD–
RXD–
TXD+
TXD+
TXD–
TXD–
Signal GND
shield
Signal GND
shield
Termination resistors required at both ends of the
* network
receive data signals to match the impedance
of the cable (between 100 and 500 ohms). Jumper pin
to 9 on the C-more 6” Micro-Graphic Serial Port2
Typical RS-422 Multi-Drop Wiring Diagram (cont’d) 13
15-pin connector to place the 120q internal resistor
using DirectLogic pin numbers to illustrate
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
A
B
C
D
into the network. If the cable impedance is different,
then use an external resistor matched to the cable
impedance.
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DL06 and DL205 used for illustration purposes
DirectLOGIC
DL205 PLC
DirectLOGIC
DL06 PLC
Port 2
(Slave)
(Slave)
ZL-CMA15L
RXD
TXD
TX+
TX-
SG
RX-
RX+
+5V
TXD
232
RS422/485
RXD
ZL-CMA15 or
ZL-CMA15L
Port 2
ZL-CMA15L
Shielded Cable
RXD
When connecting to a DirectLogic PLC
use connector ZL-CMA15L or ZL-CMA15
TXD
TXD
TX-
TX+
SG
RX-
RX+
RXD
232
RS422/485
+5V
Cable Adapter
(ZL-CMA15L shown)
Shielded Cable
Notes: 1. We recommend Belden 9842 shielded cable or equivalent.
2. Wiring Diagram for this example, ZL-CMA15(L)
6
10 13
11 14 12 15
7
6
10 13
CTS–
RTS–
CTS+
TXD+
9
RTS+
TXD–
RXD+
GND
CTS–
RTS–
CTS+
TXD+
9
RTS+
TXD–
RXD+
GND
7
RXD–
To D2-250-1 PLC port 2
Used as example
To DL06 PLC port 2
Used as example
RXD–
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
A
B
C
D
RS-422A/RS-485A Multi-Drop Wiring Diagram Examples(cont’d)
11 14 12 15
*
15-pin
HD D-sub
8 = do not use (male) 15 = CTS–
7 = Sig GND
14 = CTS+
15
6 = RXD–
13 = RXD+
5 = do not use
12 = RTS4 = do not use
11 = RTS+
3 = do not use 1
10 = TXD–
6
2 = do not use
9 = TXD+
1 = do not use
HD = High Density
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
TXD+ / RXD+
TXD+ / RXD+
TXD– / RXD–
TXD– / RXD–
Signal GND
* Termination resistors required at both ends of
the network to match the impedance of the cable
(between 100 and 500 ohms).
shield
Signal GND
Typical RS-485 Multi-Drop Wiring Diagram
using DirectLogic pin numbers to illustrate
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RS-422A/RS-485A Multi-Drop Wiring Diagram Examples(cont’d)
DL06 and DL205 used for illustration purposes
GIC
LC
DirectLOGIC
DL06 PLC
C-more
6” Micro-Graphic
Panel
with
EA-COMCON-3
Port2
(Slave)
(Master)
Shielded Cable
Port 2
ZL-CMA15L
Cable Adapter
(ZL-CMA15L shown)
RXD
TXD
RXD
TX+
TX-
SG
RX-
RX+
+5V
TXD
232
RS422/485
Shielded Cable
When connecting to a DirectLogic PLC
use connector ZL-CMA15L or ZL-CMA15
Notes: 1. We recommend Belden 9842 shielded cable or equivalent.
2. Wiring Diagram for this example, ZL-CMA15(L)
6
10 13
11 14 12 15
15-pin
HD D-sub
8 = do not use (male)
15 = CTS–
7 = Sig GND
14 = CTS+
15
6 = RXD–
13 = RXD+
5 = do not use
12 = RTS4 = do not use
11 = RTS+
3 = do not use 1
10 = TXD–
6
2 = do not use
9 = TXD+
1 = do not use
HD = High Density
5
9
Term.
*
11 13
SHD
SD+
SD–
RD+
10 12
1
15-pin
8 = do not use D-sub 15 = do not use
7 = do not use (male) 14 = do not use
15 13 = Termination
6 = do not use
5 = Logic GND
12 = SD– (RS485)
4 = do not use
11 = SD+ (RS485)
3 = do not use
10 = RD– (RS485)
2 = do not use 1
9 = RD+ (RS485)
1 = Frame GND
TXD+ / RXD+
TXD+ / RXD+
TXD– / RXD–
TXD– / RXD–
Signal GND
RD–
CTS–
RTS–
CTS+
TXD+
9
RTS+
TXD–
RXD+
RXD–
GND
7
EA-COMCON-3
GND
To C-more Micro-Graphic
Serial Port2
To DL06 PLC port 2
Used as example
shield
Signal GND
shield
Termination resistors required at both ends of the
*network
receive data signals to match the impedance
Typical RS-485 Multi-Drop Wiring Diagram (cont’d)
using DirectLogic pin numbers to illustrate
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of the cable (between 100 and 500 ohms). Jumper pin
13 to 9 on the C-more 6” Micro-Graphic Serial Port2
15-pin connector to place the 120q internal resistor
into the network. If the cable impedance is different,
then use an external resistor matched to the cable
impedance.
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