AH500-Hardware Manual(CURVE).cdr

Chapter 1
Product Introduction
Table of Contents
1.1
Overview ...................................................................................................1-2
1.1.1
Related Manuals ................................................................................1-2
1.1.2
Model Description...............................................................................1-2
1.2
Characteristics...........................................................................................1-7
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1.1 Overview
This manual introduces the programming of the AH500 series programmable logic controllers, the
basic instructions, and the applied instructions. This manual introduces the electrical specifications
for the AH500 series programmable logic controllers, the appearances, the dimensions, and etc.
1.1.1 Related Manuals
The related manuals of the AH500 series programmable logic controllers are composed of the
following.
z
AH500 Quick Start
It guides users to use the system before they read the related manuals.
z
AH500 Programming Manual
It introduces the programming of the AH500 series programmable logic controllers, the basic
instructions, and the applied instructions.
z
ISPSoft User Manual
It introduces the use of ISPSoft, the programming language (Ladder, IL, SFC, FBD, and ST),
the concept of POUs, and the concept of tasks.
z
AH500 Hardware Manual
It introduces electrical specifications, appearances, dimensions, and etc.
z
AH500 Operation Manual
It introduces functions of CPUs, devices, module tables, troubleshooting, and etc.
z
AH500 Module Manual
It introduces the use of special I/O modules. For example, network modules, analog I/O
modules, temperature measurement modules, motion control modules, and etc.
z
AH500 Motion Control Module Manual
It introduces the specifications for the motion control modules, the wiring, the instructions, and
the functions.
z
PMSoft User Manual
It introduces the use of PMSoft, including the editing mode, the connection, and the password
setting.
1.1.2 Model Description
Classification
Power supply
module
Model Name
AHPS05-5A
AHCPU500-RS2
AHCPU500-EN
CPU module
AHCPU510-RS2
AHCPU510-EN
AHCPU520-RS2
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Description
100~240 V AC
50/60 Hz
It is a basic CPU module with two built-in RS-485 ports, one
built-in USB port, and one built-in SD interface. It supports
768 inputs/outputs. The program capacity is 16 ksteps.
It is a basic CPU module with one built-in Ethernet port, one
built-in RS-485 port, one built-in USB port, and one built-in
SD interface. It supports 768 inputs/outputs. The program
capacity is 16 ksteps.
It is a basic CPU module with two built-in RS-485 ports, one
built-in USB port, and one built-in SD interface. It supports
1280 inputs/outputs. The program capacity is 64 ksteps.
It is a basic CPU module with one built-in Ethernet port, one
built-in RS-485 port, one built-in USB port, and one built-in
SD interface. It supports 1280 inputs/outputs. The program
capacity is 64 ksteps.
It is a basic CPU module with two built-in RS-485 ports, one
built-in USB port, and one built-in SD interface. It supports
2304 inputs/outputs. The program capacity is 128 ksteps.
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Classification
Model Name
AHBP04M1-5A
It is a basic CPU module with one built-in Ethernet port, one
built-in RS-485 port, one built-in USB port, and one built-in
SD interface. It supports 2304 inputs/outputs. The program
capacity is 128 ksteps.
It is a basic CPU module with two built-in RS-485 ports, one
built-in USB port, and one built-in SD interface. It supports
4352 inputs/outputs. The program capacity is 256 ksteps.
It is a basic CPU module with one built-in Ethernet port, one
built-in RS-485 port, one built-in USB port, and one built-in
SD interface. It supports 4352 inputs/outputs. The program
capacity is 256 ksteps.
Four-slot main backplane for a CPU /RTU rack
AHBP06M1-5A
Six-slot main backplane for a CPU/RTU rack
AHBP08M1-5A
Eight-slot main backplane for a CPU/RTU rack
AHBP12M1-5A
Twelve-slot main backplane for a CPU/RTU rack
AHBP06E1-5A
Six-slot extension backplane for a CPU/RTU extension rack
Eight-slot extension backplane for a CPU/RTU extension
rack
24 V DC
5 mA
16 inputs
Terminal block
24 V DC
5 mA
32 inputs
DB37 connector
24 V DC
3.2 mA
64 inputs
Latch connector
100~240 V AC
4.5 mA/9 mA (100 V and 50 Hz)
16 inputs
Terminal block
240 V AC/24 V DC
2A
16 outputs
Relay
Terminal block
12~24 V DC
0.5 A
16 outputs
Sinking output
Terminal block
12~24 V DC
0.5 A
16 outputs
Sourcing output
Terminal block
AHCPU520-EN
CPU module
AHCPU530-RS2
AHCPU530-EN
Main
backplane
Extension
backplane
AHBP08E1-5A
AH16AM10N-5A
AH32AM10N-5B
AH64AM10N-5C
Digital
input/output
module
Description
AH16AM30N-5A
AH16AN01R-5A
AH16AN01T-5A
AH16AN01P-5A
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Classification
Model Name
AH32AN02P-5B
AH32AN02T-5B
AH64AN02T-5C
AH64AN02P-5C
AH16AN01S-5A
Digital
input/output
module
AH16AP11R-5A
AH16AP11P-5A
AH16AP11T-5A
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Description
12~24 V DC
0.1 A
32 outputs
Sinking output
DB37 connector
12~24 V DC
0.1 A
32 outputs
Sourcing output
DB37 connector
12~24 V DC
0.1 A
64 outputs
Sinking output
Latch connector
12~24 V DC
0.1 A
64 outputs
Sourcing output
Latch connector
110/220 V AC
0.5 A
16 outputs
TRIAC
Terminal block
24 V DC
5 mA
8 inputs
240 V AC/24 V DC
2A
8 outputs
Relay
Terminal block
24 V DC
5 mA
8 inputs
12~24 V DC
0.5 A
8 outputs
Sinking output
Terminal block
24 V DC
5 mA
8 inputs
12~24 V DC
0.5 A
8 outputs
Sourcing output
Terminal block
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Classification
Model Name
AH04AD-5A
AH08AD-5B
AH04DA-5A
Analog
input/output
module
AH08DA-5B
AH06XA-5A
AH04PT-5A
Temperature
measurement
module
AH04TC-5A
AH08TC-5A
AH02HC-5A
AH04HC-5A
Motion control
module
AH05PM-5A
AH10PM-5A
AH20MC-5A
Description
Four-channel analog input module
16-bit resolution
0~10 V, 0/1~5 V, -5~+5 V, -10~+10 V, 0/4~20 mA, and
-20~+20 mA
Conversion time: 150 us/channel
Eight-channel analog input module
16-bit resolution
0~10 V, 0/1~5 V, -5~+5 V, and -10~+10 V
Conversion time: 150 us/channel
Four-channel analog output module
16-bit resolution
-10~10 V, and 0/4~20 mA
Conversion time: 150 us/channel
Eight-channel analog output module
16-bit resolution
-10~+10V, 0~10V, -5~+5V, and 0/1~5V
Conversion time: 150 us/channel
Four-channel analog input module
16-bit resolution
0~10 V, 0/1~5 V, -5~+5 V, -10~+10 V, 0/4~20 mA, and
-20~+20 mA
Conversion time: 150 us/channel
Two-channel analog output module
16-bit resolution
-10~10 V, and 0/4~20 mA
Conversion time: 150 us/channel
Four-channel four-wire/three-wire RTD temperature sensor
Sensor type: Pt100/Pt1000/Ni100/Ni1000 sensor, and
0~300 Ω input impedance
16-bit resolution: 0.1 ℃/0.1 ℉
Four-wire conversion time: 150 ms/channel
Three-wire conversion time: 300 ms/channel
Four-channel thermocouple temperature sensor
Sensor type: J, K, R, S, T, E, N, and -150~+150 mV
24-bit resolution: 0.1 ℃/0.1 ℉
Conversion time: 200 ms/channel
Eight-channel thermocouple temperature sensor
Sensor type: J, K, R, S, T, E, N, and -150~+150 mV
24-bit resolution: 0.1 ℃/0.1 ℉
Conversion time: 200 ms/channel
Two-channel high-speed counter module
200 kHz
Four-channel high-speed counter module
200 kHz
Two-axis pulse train motion control module (1 MHz)
Six-axis pulse train motion control module
(Four axes: 1 MHz; Two axes: 200 kHz)
Twelve-axis DMCNET (Delta Motion Control Network)
motion control module (10 Mbps)
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Classification
Model Name
DVPAETB-IO24C
It is an Ethernet master module with two built-in Ethernet
ports, and supports a Modbus TCP master.
It is a serial communication module with two
RS-485/RS-422 ports, and supports Modbus and the UD
link protocol.
There is isolation between two parts of communication, and
there is isolation between two parts of power.
It is a DeviceNet network module. It can function as a
master or a slave. The maximum communication speed is 1
Mbps.
RTU module for DeviceNet
0.6 meter extension cable for connecting an extension
backplane
1.0 meter extension cable for connecting an extension
backplane
1.5 meter extension cable for connecting an extension
backplane
3.0 meter extension cable for connecting an extension
backplane
1.0 meter I/O extension cable (latch connector) for
AH64AM10N-5C
1.0 meter I/O extension cable (latch connector) for
AH64AN02T-5C and AH64AN02P-5C
1.0 meter I/O extension cable (DB37)
1.0 meter I/O extension cable for AH04HC-5A and
AH20MC-5A
1.0 meter I/O extension cable (latch connector) for
AH10PM-5A
I/O external terminal module for AH64AM10N-5C
32 inputs
I/O external terminal module for AH64AN02T-5C
16 relay outputs
I/O external terminal module for AH64AN02P-5C
16 relay outputs
I/O external terminal module for AH32AM10N-5B
32 inputs
I/O external terminal module for AH32AN02T-5B
32 relay outputs
I/O external terminal module for AH32AN02P-5B
32 relay outputs
I/O external terminal module for AH32AN02T-5B and
AH32AN02P-5B
32 relay outputs
I/O external terminal module for AH04HC-5A and
AH20MC-5A
I/O external terminal module for AH10PM-5A
AHASP01-5A
Space module used for an empty I/O slot
AH10EN-5A
Network
module
AH10SCM-5A
AH10DNET-5A
RTU module
AHRTU-DNET-5A
AHACAB06-5A
Extension
cable
AHACAB10-5A
AHACAB15-5A
AHACAB30-5A
DVPACAB7A10
DVPACAB7B10
I/O extension
cable
DVPACAB7C10
DVPACAB7D10
DVPACAB7E10
DVPAETB-ID32A
DVPAETB-OR16A
DVPAETB-OR16B
DVPAETB-ID32B
External
terminal
module
DVPAETB-OR32A
DVPAETB-OR32B
DVPAETB-OT32B
DVPAETB-IO16C
Space module
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1.2 Characteristics
AH500 system
The characteristics of the AH500 series CPU module are as follows.
(1) High efficiency
z The AH500 series CPU module adopts a 32-bit high-speed processor. The instructions are
executed at a speed of 0.3 milliseconds per 1 ksteps. (Fifty percent of the instructions are
basic instructions, and fifty percent of the instructions are applied instructions.)
(2) Supporting more inputs and outputs
z The AH500 series CPU module supports up to 4,352 local digital I/O or 512 analog I/O.
z A complete AH500 system consists of eight backplanes at most, including a main backplane.
Eight I/O modules at most can be installed on a backplane. Therefore, for the AH500 series
CPU, 64 digital input/output modules at most or 64 analog input/output modules at most can
be installed.
z Eight RTU modules at most can be installed on the main backplane. 128,000 remote digital
I/O, or 4,000 remote analog I/O at most are supported.
(3) Multiple I/O modules
z The I/O modules supported by the AH500 series CPU module are digital input/output
modules, analog input/output modules, temperature measurement modules, network
modules, motion control modules, and RTU modules.
Module
Description
Digital
input/output
module
Digital input/output
AH16AM10N-5A, AH32AM10N-5B, AH64AM10N-5C, AH16AM30N-5A,
AH16AN01R-5A, AH16AN01T-5A, AH16AN01P-5A, AH32AN02T-5B,
AH32AN02P-5B, AH64AN02T-5C, AH64AN02P-5C, AH16AN01S-5A,
AH16AP11R-5A, AH16AP11T-5A, and AH16AP11P-5A
Analog
input/output
module
Analog input/output
AH04AD-5A, AH08AD-5B, AH04DA-5A, AH08DA-5B, and AH06XA-5A
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Module
Temperature
measurement
module
Motion
control
module
Network
module
RTU module
Description
Measuring the temperature
AH04PT-5A, AH04TC-5A, and AH08TC-5A
Controlling the motion
AH02HC-5A, AH04HC-5A, AH05PM-5A, AH10PM-5A, and AH20MC-5A
Extending the communication interface (*There are multiple interfaces. All
network modules can be installed on the main backplane except
AH10SCM-5A.)
AH10EN-5A, AH10SCM-5A, and AH10DNET-5A
It is installed on the main backplane as a remote terminal unit. (*It
supports multiple communication interfaces.)
AHRTU-DNET-5A
(4) Larger program capacity and memory
z The program capacity of the AH500 series CPU modules can be up to 256 ksteps. Users do
not need to use a more advanced CPU if the program capacity becomes large.
z The AH500 series CPU module has 64 kwords of memory. Besides, users can declare up to
1024 function blocks.
(5) Supporting IEC 61131-3
z The AH500 series CPU module supports IEC 61131-3.
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z The programming languages which are supported are instruction lists (IL), structured texts
(ST), ladder diagrams (LD), sequential function charts (SFC), and function block diagrams
(FBD).
z Users can select a programming language according to their preference and the
convenience. The programming languages support one another so that the programs written
by different users are related.
(6) Strong function block
z Not only the standard IEC61131-3 function blocks are supported, but also the convenient
function blocks provided by Delta Electronics, Inc. are supported. Users can write the
program frequently executed in a function block so that the program becomes more
structured and can be executed more conveniently.
z The symbol for a function block in a ladder diagram is like an Integrated circuit (IC) in a circuit
diagram. Owing to the fact that the ladder diagram is based on the traditional circuit diagram,
the operation of a function block is quite similar to the function of an integrated circuit. Users
only need to send the signal to the corresponding input of the function block, and they can
receive the signal or state which is required. During the whole process, users do not need to
consider the processing procedure inside the function block.
z A function block is a program element equipped with the operation function. It is similar to a
subroutine, and is a type of POU (Program Organization Unit). It can not operate by itself,
and has to be called through the program POU. After the related parameters are transmitted,
the function defined by a function block is executed. Besides, the final operation result can be
sent to the device or variable used in the superior POU after the execution of the function
block is complete.
z The encryption function supported by ISPSoft provides the secrecy of function blocks for
special businesses. The program inside a function block can not be learned, and the patent
of a business will not be infringed.
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(7) Task
z The programs can be assigned to 283 tasks at most. Among the 288 tasks, 32 tasks are
cyclic tasks, 32 tasks are I/O interrupts, 4 tasks are timed interrupts, 2 tasks are
communication interrupts, 1 task is an external 24 V low-voltage interrupt, and 212 tasks are
user-defined tasks.
z Users can enable and disable a task during the execution of a program by means of TKON
and TKOFF.
(8) Increasing the efficiency of configuring the hardware through an USB cable and ISPSoft
z The AH500 series CPU module provides a standard USB 2.0 interface. USB 2.0 increases
the data transfer rate, and decreases the time it takes to download the program, monitor the
program and configure the hardware. Besides, users do not need to buy a communication
cable for the CPU module. They can use a general USB cable to connect to the AH500 series
CPU module.
(9) Serial control interface with multiple functions
CPU530 -RS2
C PU5 3 0-EN
RU N
RUN
ERROR
BUS FAULT
SYST EM
COM1
COM2
ERR OR
BU S F AULT
SYST EM
COM
Ether net
C
O
M
2
USB
USB
COM
C
O
M
1
z AHCPU500/510/520/530-RS2 provides two DB9 serial control interfaces, i.e. COM1 and
COM2.
z AHCPU500/510/520/530-EN provides one DB9 serial control interface, i.e. COM.
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z Users can set the DB9 serial control interface to RS232, RS485, or RS422 according to the
application environment. The data transfer rate can be increased from 9600 bps to 1 Mbps.
z After users set the PLC Link in ISPSoft, they can exchange the data with a device on the
RS-485 network through the RS-485 serial control interface, and do not need to write any
program.
(10) High-speed Ethernet communication interface
z AHCPU500/510/520/530-EN is equipped with a 10/100 M Ethernet communication interface,
and supports emails, webs, and socket services.
z After users set the Ether Link in ISPSoft, they can exchange the data with a device in the
Ethernet network through the Ethernet communication interface, and do not need to write any
program.
z The status or the error message related to the system is sent to users’ email boxes
immediately. Users do not need to be on the spot to understand the problem.
(11) Memory card
z The memory card has the following functions.
System backup: The user program, the CPU parameters, the module table, the setting value
in the device
System recovery: The user program, the CPU parameters, the module table, and the setting
value in the device
Parameter storage: The value in the device
Log storage: The system error log and the system status log
(12) Hot swap
z The AH500 series I/O modules support the on-line uninterruptible hot swap. When the
system runs, users can replace the module which breaks down without disconnecting the
module. After the module is replaced, the new module runs normally. Users do not need to
set the module manually or switch the state.
(13) Supporting the on-line debugging mode
z After a single instruction step has been complete, or after a breakpoint is specified, users can
easily find the bug in the program by means of the on-line debugging mode supported by the
AH500 series CPU module.
z If users want to enter the debugging mode, the CPU module must run. After users enable the
. The debugging screen varies from
on-line monitoring function, they have to click
programming language to programming language, but the same operation applies to these
programming languages. For the AH500 series PLC, structured texts do not support the
debugging mode, and sequential function charts support the debugging mode during the
action and the transition.
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Step 1: Setting the PLC to RUN
Step 2: Entering the on-line mode
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Step 3: Entering the debugging mode
(14) Supporting the on-line editing mode
z When the system runs, users can make use of the on-line editing mode to update the
program without affecting the operation of the system.
z When the system is in the on-line monitoring mode, users can enter the on-line editing mode
by clicking
.
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z After the program is modified and compiled, users can update the program in the CPU
module by clicking
.
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Chapter 2
Installing the Hardware
Table of Contents
2.1
AH500 Hardware Framework ....................................................................2-2
2.1.1
Component Parts of the AH500 Hardware .........................................2-2
2.1.1.1
Necessary Components ..............................................................2-2
2.1.1.2
Accessories.................................................................................2-4
2.1.2
Installing Modules on a Main Backplane ............................................2-7
2.1.3
Installing Modules on an Extension backplane...................................2-8
2.1.4
Connecting a Main Backplane to an Extension Backplane ................2-8
2.2
Warning .....................................................................................................2-9
2.3
Installation .................................................................................................2-9
2.3.1
Installation of Modules in a Control Box .............................................2-9
2.3.2
Mounting a Backplane........................................................................2-9
2.3.3
Installing a Module ...........................................................................2-12
2.3.4
Installing a Removable Terminal Block .............................................2-13
2.3.5
Installing a Wiring Module ................................................................2-14
2.3.6
Connecting Backplanes....................................................................2-15
2.3.7
Putting a Communication Cable .......................................................2-16
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2.1 AH500 Hardware Framework
2.1.1 Component Parts of the AH500 Hardware
A complete AH500 system consists of a main backplane, extension backplanes, power supply
modules, a CPU module, I/O modules, and extension cables. The basic AH500 system is illustrated
below.
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7 backplanes
2.1.1.1 Necessary Components
A complete AH500 system consists of the following four necessary components.
z Main backplane
A CPU module and other modules are installed on a main backplane which provides the function
of connecting buses. The main backplanes are divided into four types according to the number of
I/O modules installed on the main backplanes. These four types are four-slot main backplanes,
six-slot main backplanes, eight-slot main backplanes, and twelve-slot main backplanes. Besides,
a CPU module installed on a main backplane can be replaced by a RTU module on a control
network. Please notice that there is at least one CPU module on a control network.
POWER
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CPU
I/O0
I/O1
I/O2
I/O3
I/O4
I/O5
I/O6
I/O7
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z Power supply module
A power supply module functions to convert alternating current to direct current, and provides
power for the modules installed on it. A power supply module has to be installed on the left-most
side of a backplane.
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POWER
z CPU module
A CPU module is the nucleus of a complete AH500 system. It is responsible for controlling and
managing the whole system, and is installed in the second slot from the left on the main
backplane. Besides, Delta Electronics, Inc. provides businesses with several types of CPU
modules. Users can select a CPU module according to their needs.
CPU530 -RS2
C PU5 3 0-EN
RUN
ERROR
BUS FAULT
SYSTEM
COM1
COM2
RU N
ERR OR
BU S F AULT
SYSTEM
COM
Ether net
C
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2
USB
USB
COM
C
O
M
1
z Communication cable
Several communication interfaces are built in a CPU module, and users are provided with many
types of network modules. Users can select a suitable Communication cable according to the
actual situation.
Please refer to the following table for information about the communication interfaces and the
main applications. The specifications for the interface on an extension backplane are defined by
Delta Electronics, Inc. itself. The interface is used to connect the backplanes, and users need to
use a Delta extension cable.
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Interface
Communication
port
Ethernet
Connector
DB9
RJ45
USB
Mini USB
DeviceNet
DeviceNet
Interface on an
extension
backplane
Delta
connector
Application
Computer/HMI communication/Industrial control network
(RS-232/422/485)
Computer/HMI communication/Remote control/Data
exchange/Industrial control network
Computer communication
Industrial control network
The maximum data transmission rate is 1 Mbps.
Extension cable for a complete AH500 system
2.1.1.2 Accessories
The following are the accessories for an AH500 system. Users can select them according to their
needs.
z Extension module
Apart from the standard communication ports on a CPU module, the CPU module does not
equipped with other I/O functions. If users want to use I/O functions, they can select suitable
modules according to the actual situation. The modules which can be used with an AH500
system are listed in the table below.
The digital input/output modules:
24 V DC
5 mA
AH16AM10N-5A
16 inputs
Terminal block
24 V DC
5 mA
AH32AM10N-5B
32 inputs
DB37 connector
24 V DC
3.2 mA
AH64AM10N-5C
64 inputs
Latch connector
100~240 V AC
4.5 mA/9 mA (100 V, 50 Hz)
AH16AM30N-5A
16 inputs
Terminal block
240 V AC/24 V DC
2A
16 outputs
AH16AN01R-5A
Relay
Terminal block
12~24 V DC
0.5 A
16 outputs
AH16AN01T-5A
Sinking output
Terminal block
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AH16AN01P-5A
AH16AN01S-5A
AH32AN02T-5B
AH32AN02P-5B
AH64AN02T-5C
AH64AN02P-5C
AH16AP11R-5A
AH16AP11T-5A
12~24 V DC
0.5 A
16 outputs
Sourcing output
Terminal block
110/220 V AC
0.5 A
16 outputs
TRIAC
Terminal block
12~24 V DC
0.1 A
32 outputs
Sourcing output
DB37 connector
12~24 V DC
0.1 A
32 outputs
Sinking output
DB37 connector
12~24 V DC
0.1 A
64 outputs
Sinking output
Latch connector
12~24 V DC
0.1 A
64 outputs
Sourcing output
Latch connector
24 V DC
5 mA
8 inputs
240 V AC/24 V DC
2A
8 outputs
Relay
Terminal block
24 V DC
5 mA
8 inputs
12~24 V DC
0.5 A
8 outputs
Sourcing output
Terminal block
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AH16AP11P-5A
24 V DC
5 mA
8 inputs
12~24 V DC
0.5 A
8 outputs
Sinking output
Terminal block
The analog input/output modules:
Four-channel analog input module
AH04AD-5A
16-bit resolution
0~10 V, 0/1~5 V, -5~+5 V, -10~+10 V, 0/4~20 mA, and -20~+20 mA
Eight-channel analog input module
AH08AD-5B
16-bit resolution
0~10 V, 0/1~5 V, -5~+5 V, and -10~+10 V
Four-channel analog output module
16-bit resolution
AH04DA-5A
-10~10 V, and 0/4~20 mA
Eight-channel analog output module
AH08DA-5B
16-bit resolution
-10~+10V, 0~10V, -5~+5V, and 0/1~5V
Four-channel analog input module
16-bit resolution
0~10 V, 0/1~5 V, -5~+5 V, -10~+10 V, 0/4~20 mA, and -20~+20 mA
AH06XA-5A
Two-channel analog output module
16-bit resolution
-10~10 V, and 0/4~20 mA
The temperature measurement modules:
Four-channel four-wire/three-wire RTD temperature sensor
AH04PT-5A
Sensor type: Pt100, Pt1000, Ni100, Ni1000, and 0~300Ω
Four-channel thermocouple temperature sensor
AH04TC-5A
Sensor type: J, K, R, S, T, E, N, and -150~+150 mV
Eight-channel thermocouple temperature sensor
AH08TC-5A
Sensor type: J, K, R, S, T, E, N, and -150~+150 mV
The network modules:
AH10EN-5A
AH10SCM-5A
AH10DNET-5A
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It is an Ethernet master module with two built-in Ethernet ports, and
supports a Modbus TCP master.
It is a serial communication module with two RS-485/RS-422 ports,
and supports Modbus and the UD link protocol.
There is isolation between two parts of communication, and there
is isolation between two parts of power.
DeviceNet scanner module
Master
1 Mbps
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The motion control modules:
Two-channel high-speed counter module
AH02HC-5A
200 kHz
Four-channel high-speed counter module
AH04HC-5A
200 kHz
Two-axis pulse train motion control module (1 MHz)
AH05PM-5A
Six-axis pulse train motion control module
AH10PM-5A
(Four axes: 1 MHz; Two axes: 200 kHz)
Twelve-axis DMCNET (Delta Motion Control Network) motion
AH20MC-5A
control module (10 Mbps)
The RTU module:
AHRTU-DNET-5A
RTU module for DeviceNet
The space module:
AHASP01-5A
Space module used for an empty I/O slot
z Extension backplane
If the number of slots on the main backplane is not sufficient for the whole system, users can use
the extension backplanes to increase the number of extension modules. The extension
backplanes are divided into two types according to the number of extension modules installed on
the extension backplanes. These two types are six-slot extension backplanes, and eight-slot
extension backplanes.
POWER
2.1.2
I/O0
I/O1
I/O2
I/O3
I/O4
I/O5
I/O6
I/O7
Installing Modules on a Main Backplane
For a main backplane as a master, the first slot from the left is for a power supply module, the
second slot is for a CPU module, and the slots following the second slot are for extension modules.
All AH500 series extension modules can be installed on a main backplane. Eight AH500 series
network modules at most can be installed on a main backplane, but no limits are imposed on the
number of other modules which can be installed on a main backplane. No limits are imposed on the
installing of modules except that a power supply module and a CPU module have to be installed in
the first slot and the second slot respectively. Therefore, users can configure the hardware by
themselves. Besides, twelve extension modules at most can be installed on a main backplane.
For a main backplane as a RTU, the second slot is for a RTU module, and only digital input/output
modules, analog input/output modules, temperature measurement modules and AH10SCM-5A are
supported.
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z Main backplane as a master
z Main backplane as a RTU
2.1.3
Installing Modules on an Extension backplane
For an extension backplane, the first slot from the left is for a power supply module, and the slots
following the first slot are for extension modules. Only digital input/output modules, analog
input/output modules, temperature measurement modules, and AH10SCM-5A can be installed on
an extension backplane. Besides, users do not need to arrange the extension modules in a specific
order.
z Extension backplane
2.1.4
Connecting a Main Backplane to an Extension Backplane
A main backplane can be connected to an extension backplane through the interface on the left side
of the main backplane, the interface on the left side of the extension backplane, and a Delta
extension cable. For a CPU module or a RTU, a main backplane can be connected to seven
extension backplanes at most through the interfaces on the backplanes. Therefore, if there is a CPU
module and there are several RTUs, not only the CPU module can be connected to seven extension
backplanes, but also every RTU can connect to seven extension backplanes.
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There are two ports on an extension backplane. The upper port is used to connect to a superior
backplane, and the lower port is used to connect to an inferior backplane.
2.2 Warning
z An AH500 system only supports the horizontal installation, and a power supply module has to be
installed on the left-most side of a backplane.
z Before a module is installed, please make sure of the size of the module and that of a backplane.
To prevent the misestimate from resulting in insufficient installation space, the size of the
connector of a communication cable, and the room which needs to be reserved have to be taken
into account.
z Please make sure that the work environment conforms to the specifications for the products. It is
necessary to take account of the basic temperature/humidity control and the dust/corrosion
prevention.
z The electromagnetic interference will result in the wrong action of the whole system. Therefore,
users have to do EMC design carefully. Please refer to chapter seven in this manual for more
information related to EMC standards.
z If the specifications for the components such as screws and washers are noted specifically in the
manual, please use the components conforming to the specifications.
z If a cable is connected to a communication port, please make sure that the connector of the cable
is joined to the port on the module properly.
z A backplane has to be mounted on a plane stably instead of being just set on the plane. After it is
installed, please make sure that it is fixed on the plane.
2.3 Installation
2.3.1
Installation of Modules in a Control Box
z A PLC has to be installed in a closed control box. In order to ensure that the PLC radiates heat
normally, the space between the PLC and the control box has to be larger than 50 millimeters.
>50mm
>50mm
>50mm
>50mm
„ Please keep the PLC away from high-voltage equipment, high-voltage wires, and high-voltage
motors.
„ In order to prevent the temperature of a PLC from rising, please do not install the PLC
vertically on the bottom/top in the control box.
„ Please install a PLC horizontally in the control box, as shown above.
„ If users intend to increase the number of modules, they have to leave some space for installing
the modules in the control box.
2.3.2
Mounting a Backplane
z Fixing a backplane by screws
Please mount a backplane on a plane by means of M5 screws, as illustrated below. To fix the
backplane, users need to judge the length of a screw, the size of a thread, and whether to use a
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nut according to the actual condition of the plane unless there are specific specifications for a
screw which are indicated in the pictures below.
1.
Tighten the M5 screws in the holes indicated by a.
a
a
2.
Tighten the two screws in the holes indicated by b.
a
b
z Installing a DIN Rail
1.
The installation is applicable to a 35 millimeter DIN rail.
2.
Install the mounting clips on a backplane.
3.
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Install the backplane on a DIN rail.
Step 1: Pull the clasp in the direction indicated by the arrow.
Step 2: Hang the backplane on a DIN rail.
Step 3: Press the clasp.
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1
2
DIN rail
3
z Removing a DIN rail
Step 1: Press the clasp in the direction indicated by the arrow.
Step 2: Remove the backplane.
1
DIN rail
2
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2.3.3
Installing a Module
Insert a module into a slot, make sure that the module is installed on the backplane properly, and
tighen the the screw, as illustrated below.
1. Insert the projection under the module into the hole in the backplane.
2. Push the module in the direction indicated by the arrow until it clicks.
3. Tighten the screw on the module.
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2.3.4
Installing a Removable Terminal Block
z Installation
1. Level a terminal block at the printed circuit board, and press it into the module.
2. Press the clip in the direction indicated by the arrow.
z Removal
1. Pull the clip in the direction indicated by the arrow.
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2. Pull up the clip.
3. The terminal block is removed.
2.3.5
Installing a Wiring Module
z Installation
1. One side of a wiring module has to be fixed first.
2. Press the driver board in the direction indicated by arrow 1, and make sure that the groove is
combined with the DIN rail.
z Removal
1. Push the wiring module in the direction indicated by arrow 1.
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2. Pull the wiring module in the direction indicated by arrow 2.
2.3.6
Connecting Backplanes
1
1
11
20
10
20
z
10
11
Connect the backplanes through the extension cables, and make sure that the connectors of the
cables are joined to the ports properly, as illustrated below.
z Extension cable
1. AHACAB06-5 A (0.6 m)
2. AHACAB10-5 A (1.0 m)
3. AHACAB15-5 A (1.5 m)
4. AHACAB30-5 A (3.0 m)
Note: The extension cable longer than 3 meters can be customized.
Connecting the backplanes
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2.3.7
Putting a Communication Cable
Put a communication cable in the port on a CPU module, and make sure that the connector of the
cable is joined to the port properly,
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Chapter 3
Product Specifications
Table of Contents
3.1
General Specifications...............................................................................3-3
3.2
Specifications for CPU Modules ................................................................3-3
3.2.1
General Specifications .......................................................................3-3
3.2.2
Profiles ...............................................................................................3-5
3.2.3
Dimensions ........................................................................................3-7
3.3
Specifications for Backplanes....................................................................3-7
3.3.1
General Specifications........................................................................3-7
3.3.2
Profiles ...............................................................................................3-8
3.3.3
Dimensions ......................................................................................3-10
3.4
Specifications for the Power Supply Module............................................3-12
3.4.1
General Specifications......................................................................3-12
3.4.2
Profile ...............................................................................................3-12
3.4.3
Dimensions ......................................................................................3-13
3.4.4
Arrangement of Terminals ................................................................3-13
3.5
Specifications for Digital Input/Output Modules .......................................3-14
3.5.1
General Specifications......................................................................3-14
3.5.2
Profiles .............................................................................................3-16
3.5.3
Dimensions ......................................................................................3-22
3.5.4
Arrangement of Input/Output Terminals............................................3-27
3.6
Specifications for Analog Input/Output Modules......................................3-32
3.6.1
General Specifications......................................................................3-32
3.6.2
Profiles .............................................................................................3-36
3.6.3
Dimensions ......................................................................................3-37
3.6.4
Arrangement of Input/Output Terminals............................................3-38
3.7
Specifications for Temperature Measurement Modules ...........................3-39
3.7.1
General Specifications......................................................................3-39
3.7.2
Profiles .............................................................................................3-40
3.7.3
Dimensions ......................................................................................3-41
3.7.4
Arrangement of Input/Output Terminals............................................3-41
3.8
Specifications for Network Modules.........................................................3-42
3.8.1
General Specifications......................................................................3-42
3.8.2
Profiles .............................................................................................3-43
3.8.3
Dimensions ......................................................................................3-47
3.8.4
Arrangement of Input/Output Terminals............................................3-48
3.9
Specifications for Motion Control Modules...............................................3-49
3.9.1
General Specifications......................................................................3-49
3.9.2
Profiles .............................................................................................3-59
3.9.3
Dimensions ......................................................................................3-65
3.9.4
Arrangement of Input/Output Terminals............................................3-68
3.10
Specifications for the RTU module.......................................................3-70
3.10.1
General Specifications ..................................................................3-70
3.10.2
Profiles..........................................................................................3-71
3.10.3
Dimensions ...................................................................................3-72
3.11
Space Module and Extension Cables ..................................................3-73
3-1
3.11.1
3.11.2
3-2
Profiles ......................................................................................... 3-73
Dimensions................................................................................... 3-74
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3.1 General Specifications
Item
Operating
temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Storage humidity
Vibration/Shock
resistance
Work environment
Installation location
Pollution degree
Specifications
-20~60°C
-40~85°C
50~95%
No condensation
5~95%
No condensation
International standards IEC 61131-2, IEC 68-2-6 (TEST Fc)/
IEC 61131-2 & IEC 68-2-27 (TEST Ea)
No corrosive gas exists.
In a control box
2
3.2 Specifications for CPU Modules
3.2.1 General Specifications
Item
Execution
AHCPU500/510/ AHCPU500/510/
520/530-RS2
520/530-EN
The program is executed cyclically.
Input/Output control
Regenerated inputs/outputs
Direct inputs/outputs
programming language
IEC 61131-3
Ladder diagrams, function block
diagrams, instruction lists,
structured texts, and sequential
function charts
Instruction execution
speed
Number of instructions
Constant scan cycle (ms)
Program capacity (step)
Installation
Installation of a module
Connection between two
backplanes
Remark
The inputs and outputs can
be controlled through the
direct inputs and direct
outputs.
0.3 ms/ksteps
Approximately 666 instructions
1-32000
(The scan cycle can be increased
by one millisecond.)
16 ksteps (AHCPU500)
64 ksteps (AHCPU510)
128 ksteps (AHCPU520)
256 ksteps (AHCPU530)
DIN rails or screws
A module is installed directly on a
backplane.
An extension cable connects two
backplanes.
Setting the parameter
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AHCPU500/510/ AHCPU500/510/
520/530-RS2
520/530-EN
Twelve input/output modules at
most can be installed on a main
backplane. Eight input/output
modules at most can be installed
Number of modules
on an extension backplane. Seven
extension backplanes at most can
be connected. Sixty-eight
input/output modules at most can
be installed.
Eight backplanes at most (one
Number of backplanes
main backplane and seven
extension backplanes)
283 tasks (Cyclic: 32; I/O
interrupt: 32; timed interrupt: 4;
communication interrupt: 2;
Number of tasks
external 24 V low-voltage
interrupt: 1; External interrupt:
212)
8192 input/output devices
Number of input/output
devices
(X0.0~X511.15/Y0.0~Y511.15)
768 inputs/outputs (AHCPU500)
1280 inputs/outputs (AHCPU510)
Number of inputs/outputs
2304 inputs/outputs (AHCPU520)
4352 inputs/outputs (AHCPU530)
8192 (X0.0~X511.15)
Input relay [X]
8192 (Y0.0~Y511.15)
Output relay [Y]
8192 (M0~M8191)
Internal relay [M]
AHCPU500: 16384
(L0.0~L16383.15)
AHCPU510: 32768
(L0.0~L32767.15)
Link register [L]
AHCPU520: 65536
(L0.0~L65535.15)
AHCPU 530: 65536
(L0.0~L65535.15)
2048 (T0~T2047)
Timer [T]
2048 (C0~C2047)
Counter [C]
64 (HC0~HC63)
32-bit counter [HC]
AHCPU500:16384 (D0~D16383)
AHCPU510: 32768 (D0~D32767)
Data register [D]
AHCPU520: 65536 (D0~D65535)
AHCPU530: 65536 (D0~D65535)
2048 (S0~S2047)
Stepping relay [S]
32 (E0~E31)
Index register [E]
Special auxiliary relay [SM] 2048 (SM0~SM2047)
2048 (SR0~SR2047)
Special data register [SR]
Two
One
RS-232/RS-485/ RS-232/RS-485/
RS-422
Serial communication port RS-422
communication
communication
ports
port
10/100 M
Ethernet port
Mini USB
USB port
Item
3-4
Remark
Number of devices which can
be used in a program
Number of inputs/outputs
accessible to an actual
input/output module
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AHCPU500/510/ AHCPU500/510/
520/530-RS2
520/530-EN
SD Card (SD 1.0)
The setting range is X0.0~X511.15.
Years, months, days, hours,
minutes, seconds, and weeks
Item
Storage interface
Remote RUN/STOP
Real-time clock
Remark
3.2.2 Profiles

AHCPU500-RS2/AHCPU510-RS2/AHCPU520-RS2/AHCPU530-RS2
1
CPU53 0-R S2
9
11
13
RUN
ERROR
BUS FAULT
SYSTEM
COM1
COM2
8
2
10
12
3
C
O
M
2
C
O
M
2
6
6
14
USB
4
7
C
O
M
1
C
O
M
1
15

AHCPU500-EN/AHCPU510-EN/AHCPU520-EN/AHCPU530-EN
1
8
9
11
C PU5 3 0-EN
13
RU N
ERR OR
2
BU S F AU LT
SYST EM
COM
10
Ether net
12
Ether net
5
6
6
14
USB
COM
4
COM
7
15
Number
Name
1
Model name
2
Description
Model name of the CPU module
Operating status of the CPU module
ON: The user program is being executed.
RUN LED
indicator
OFF: The execution of the user program stops.
Blink: The user program is in a debugging mode.
Error status of the CPU module
ON: A serious error occurs in the system.
ERROR LED
indicator
OFF: The system is normal.
Blink: A slight error occurs in the system.
Error status of the I/O bus
BUS FAULT LED ON: A serious error occurs in the I/O bus.
indicator
OFF: The I/O bus is normal.
Blink: A slight error occurs in the I/O bus.
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Number
Name
SYSTEM LED
indicator
2
Description
System status of the CPU module
ON: The external input/output is forced ON/OFF.
OFF: The system is in a default status.
Blink: The CPU module is being reset./The value in the device is
being cleared.
COM LED
indicator
COM1 LED
indicator
COM2 LED
indicator
Communication status of the communication port
OFF: There is no communication through the communication
port.
Blink: There is communication through the communication port.
3
COM2
Providing the RS-232/RS-485/RS-422 communication interface
4
COM1/COM
Providing the RS-232/RS-485/RS-422 communication interface
5
Ethernet port
Providing the Ethernet communication interface
6
USB port
Providing the mini USB communication interface
7
SD slot
Providing the SD interface
Function which the system executes
SW1
8
DIP switch
9
RST button
10
CLR button
RUN/STOP
switch
Label
Set screw
Connector
Projection
11
12
13
14
15
3-6
OFF: No action (default)
ON: Write protection
OFF: No action (default)
ON: The system is copied when the CPU module is
supplied with powered. (The user program, the CPU
SW2
paramter, the module table, and the setting values in
the devices are copied from the memory card to the
CPU module.)
OFF: No action (default)
ON: It is used with the CLR button to backup the system.
(The user program, the CPU paramter, the module
SW3
table, and the setting values in the devices are
backupped from the memory card to the CPU
module.)
It is used with SW3.
OFF: When the system is backupped, the values in the
SW4
devices are backupped.
ON: When the system is backupped, the values in the
devices are not backupped.
Resetting the CPU module, and restoring it to the default factory
value
Clearing the value in the latched device
RUN: The user program is executed.
STOP: The execution of the user program stops.
Nameplate
Fixing the module
Connecting the module and a backplane.
Fixing the module
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
AHCPU500-RS2/AHCPU510-RS2/AHCPU520-RS2/AHCPU530-RS2
40
103
CPU53 0-R S2
RUN
ERROR
BUS FAULT
SYSTEM
COM1
COM2
C
O
M
2
110
C
O
M
2
USB
C
O
M
1
C
O
M
1
6
3.6
Unit: mm

AHCPU500-EN/AHCPU510-EN/AHCPU520-EN/AHCPU530-EN
40
103
C PU5 3 0-EN
RU N
ERR OR
BU S FAU LT
SYSTEM
COM
Ether net
Ethernet
110
USB
CO M
COM
3.6
6
Unit: mm
3.3 Specifications for Backplanes
3.3.1 General Specifications

The specifications for main backplanes
Model
AHBP04M1-5A AHBP06M1-5A AHBP08M1-5A AHBP12M1-5A
Item
4
6
8
12
Number of slots
Applicable power
AHPS05-5A
supply module
Applicable
The AH500 series input/output modules can be installed.
input/output module
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
The specifications for extension backplanes
Model
AHBP06E1-5A
AHBP08E1-5A
Item
6
8
Number of slots
Applicable power
AHPS05-5A
supply module
Digital input/output modules, analog input/output modules,
Applicable
temperature measurement module, and AH10SCM-5A
input/output module
3.3.2 Profiles

The profile of the main backplane AHBP08M1-5A
3
2
4
5
6
1
1
7
8
9
Number
3-8
8
10
Name
Description
1
Mounting hole
Fixing the backplane
2
Extension port
It is connected to an inferior backplane.
3
Mounting hole
After a module is installed, it is fixed by a screw.
4
Connector
Connecting the backplane and a power supply module
5
Connector
Connecting the backplane and a CPU module
6
Connector
Connecting the backplane and an input/output module
7
Hole
The projection under a module is inserted into this hole.
8
Mounting clip
Hanging a backplane on a DIN rail
9
Mounting hole
After a mounting clip is installed, it is fixed by screws.
10
Locating hole
A mounting clip is pressed into these locating holes.
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The profile of the extension backplane AHBP08E1-5A
4
2
5
6
1
1
8
7
8
8
9
10
Number
Name
Description
1
Mounting hole
Fixing the backplane
2
Extension port 1
It is connected to a superior backplane.
3
Extension port 2
It is connected to an inferior backplane.
4
Connector
Connecting the backplane and a power supply module
5
Connector
Connecting the backplane and an input/output module
6
Mounting hole
After a module is installed, it is fixed by a screw.
7
Hole
The projection under a module is inserted into this hole.
8
Mounting clip
Hanging a backplane on a DIN rail
9
Mounting hole
After a mounting clip is installed, it is fixed by screws.
10
Locating hole
A mounting clip is pressed into these locating holes.
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3.3.3 Dimensions

The main backplane AHBP04M1-5A
23.6
49.5
110
272.49
298
37.7
16.7
Unit: mm

The main backplane AHBP06M1-5A
23.6
49.5 110
343.5
369
37.7
16.7
Unit: mm

The main backplane AHBP08M1-5A
23.6
49.5
110
414.5
440
37.7
16.7
Unit: mm
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The main backplane AHBP12M1-5A
23.6
49.5
110
556.5
582
37.7
16.7
Unit: mm

The extension backplane AHBP06E1-5A
23.6
49.5
110
303
348
37.7
16.7
Unit: mm

The extension backplane AHBP08E1-5A
23.6
49.5
110
374
399
37.7
16.7
Unit: mm
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3.4 Specifications for the Power Supply Module
3.4.1 General Specifications

AHPS05-5A
Item
Supply voltage
Action
specifications
Allowable
instantaneous
power failure
time
Fuse
Inrush current
24 V DC output
Power
protection
Surge voltage
withstand level
Specifications
100~240 V AC (-15%~10%)
50/60 Hz5%
If the input power supply is larger than 85 V AC, the power supply
module can function normally.
If the instantaneous power failure time is within ten milliseconds, the
power supply module keeps running.
4 A/250 V AC
45 A within 1 millisecond at 115 V AC
The maximum current is 2.5 A.
It is only for a backplane.
The 24 V DC output is equipped with the short circuit protection and the
overcurrent protection.
1,500 V AC (Primary-secondary), 1,500 V AC (Primary-PE), 500 V AC
(Secondary-PE)
Above 5 MΩ
Insulation
voltage
(The voltage between all inputs/outputs and the ground is 500 V DC.)
The diameter of the ground should not be less than the diameters of the
cables connected to the terminals L and N.
Ground
3.4.2 Profile

AHPS05-5A
1
PS05
PS05
PO WER
3
2
PO WE R
VS
5
VS
NC
4
FG
LG
INPUT
N
L
Number
Name
1
Model name
POWER LED
indicator (green)
2
3-12
Description
Model name of the power supply module
Indicating the status of the power supply
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Number
Name
3
Arrangement of
the terminals
4
Terminal
Description
VS-: It is connected to the negative 24 V DC power supply.
VS+: It is connected to the positive 24 V DC power supply.
NC: No connection
FG: Functional ground
LG: Line ground
L/N: AC power input
Terminal for wiring
5
Label
Nameplate
3.4.3 Dimensions

AHPS05-5A
50
103
PS0 5
PS0 5
POWER
POWER
VS
110
VS
NC
FG
LG
I NPUT
N
L
6
Unit: mm
3.4.4 Arrangement of Terminals

AHPS05-5A

PS05
PO WER





VS
VS-: It is connected to the negative 24 V DC power
supply, and used to detect the external power
supply.
VS+: It is connected to the positive 24 V DC power
supply, and used to detect the external power
supply.
NC: No connection
FG: Functional ground
LG: Line ground
L/N: AC power input
VS
NC
FG
LG
INPUT
N
L
3-13
Ch ap te r 3 Pro duc t Spec ifica tions
3.5 Specifications for Digital Input/Output Modules
3.5.1 General Specifications

The inputs through which 24 V DC signals pass
Model
AH16AM10N AH32AM10N AH64AM10N AH16AP11R AH16AP11T AH16AP11P
Item
16
32
64
8
8
8
Number of inputs
Removable
DB37
Latch
Removable terminal block
Connector type
terminal
connector connector
block
Digital input
Input type
Direct current (sinking or sourcing)
Input form
24 V DC
24 V DC
24 V DC
Input current
5 mA
3.2 mA
5 mA
Action
level
OFF→ON
>15 V DC
ON→OFF
<5 V DC
Response OFF→ON
time
ON→OFF
10 ms±10%
Maximum input
frequency
Input impedance
50 Hz
Input signal
Electrical isolation
Input display
15 ms±10%
4.7 kΩ
7.5 kΩ
4.7 kΩ
Voltage input
Sinking: The inputs are NPN transistors whose collectors are open
collectors.
Sourcing: The inputs are PNP transistors whose collectors are open
collectors.
Optocoupler
When the optocoupler is driven, the input LED indicator is ON.

The inputs through which the alternating-current signals ranging in voltage from 120 V to
240 V pass
Model
16AM30N
Item
16
Number of inputs
Removable terminal block
Connector type
Digital input
Input type
Alternating current
Input form
Input current
Action
level
120 V AC and 4.5 mA; 240 V AC and 9 mA
OFF→ON
>79 V AC
ON→OFF
<40 V AC
Response OFF→ON
time
ON→OFF
15 ms
Electrical isolation
Input display
Optocoupler
When the optocoupler is driven, the input LED indicator is ON.
3-14
30 ms
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The digital outputs
Model
AH16AN01R AH16AP11R AH16AN01T AH16AP11T AH16AN01P AH16AP11P AH16AN01S
Item
16
8
16
8
16
8
16
Number of outputs
Removable terminal block
Connector type
Transistor-T
Transistor-P
Realy-R
TRIAC-S
Output type
(sinking)
(sourcing)
250 V AC, and
Voltage
12~30 V DC*2
12~30 V DC*2
120/240 V AC
below 30 V DC
specifications
2 A/output
0.5 A/output
0.5 A/output
0.5 A/output
Resistance
(5 A/COM)
(4 A/COM)
(4 A/COM)
(2 A/COM)
Maximum
*3
Inductance Life cycle curve
12
W
(24
V
DC)
12
W
(24
V
DC)
Not
applicable
load
20W (24 V DC)
Bulb
2 W (24 V DC)
2 W (24 V DC)
60 W AC
100W (230 V AC)
Resistance
Maximum
output
Inductance
frequency*1
Bulb
Maximum
Response
time
OFF→ON
1 Hz
100 Hz
100 Hz
10 Hz
0.5 Hz
0.5 Hz
0.5 Hz
-
1 Hz
10 Hz
10 Hz
10 Hz
10 ms
0.5 ms
0.5 ms
1 ms+0.5 AC
cycles
ON→OFF
Model
Item
Number of outputs
Connector type
Output type
AH32AN02T
AH32AN02P
AH64AN02T
AH64AN02P
32
32
64
64
DB37 connector
Transistor–T
Transistor-P
(sinking)
(sourcing)
Voltage
specifications
12~30 V DC*2
100 Hz
-
0.1 A/output (1 A/COM)
Not applicable
Not applicable
100 Hz
100 Hz
-
100 Hz
-
0.5 ms
0.5 ms
0.5 ms
Resistance
Maximum
load
Inductance
Bulb
Resistance
Maximum
output
Inductance
frequency*1
Bulb
Maximum
Response
time
OFF→ON
Latch connector
Transistor-T
Transistor-P
(sinking)
(sourcing)
0.5 ms
ON→OFF
*1: The scan cycle affects the frequency.
*2: The terminals UP and ZP needs to be connected to the 24 V DC auxiliary power supply
(-15%~+20%), and the rated current consumption is 1 mA/output.
3-15
Ch ap te r 3 Pro duc t Spec ifica tions
*3: The life cycle curve is as follows.
120VAC Resistive
30VDC Inductive(t=7ms)
3000
2000
240VAC Inductive(cosψ = 0.4)
3
Operation(X10 )
1000
120VAC Inductive(cosψ =0.4)
500
300
200
100
30VDC
Inductive
(t=40ms )
50
30
20
0.1
0.2 0.3
0.5 0.7
1
2
Contact Current(A)
3.5.2 Profiles

16AM10N-5A/16AM30N-5A/16AN01S-5A/16AN01R-5A/16AN01T-5A/16AN01P-5A/
16AP11R-5A/16AP11T-5A/ 16AP11P-5A
1
16AM10N
2
3
7
0
1
7
0
1
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
0
1
L
1
2
L
3
4
L
7
L
9
9
10
10
L
L
12
13
L
13
14
L
15
L
L
L
S /S
COM
S /S
5
L
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
10
CO M3
COM
1 20 /2 40 VAC
4 .5 /9 mA
2 4V DC 5 m A
2 40 VAC 0. 5A
7
16AN01R
2
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
7
0
1
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9
0
L
1
L
L
3
L
L
L
L
4
L
6
L
L
L
9
L
10
L
11
L
L
CO M2
L
L
13
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
UP
14
L
L
L
12
L
5
L
8
L
4
L
7
CO M1
L
3
L
5
L
1
2
L
CO M0
L
0
L
2
ZP
3
4
5
6
L
L
L
2
L
L
L
L
L
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
6
12
13
L
7
7
S /S
S /S
L
15
UP
ZP
L
0
L
1
L
2
CO M0
4
L
L
5
L
7
1
L
3
7
UP
ZP
2
3
4
L
L
6
0
1
L
L
4
5
L
L
L
2
L
L
6
L
0
L
L
3
L
14
6
7
9
11
5
S/S
7
8
4
5
6
6
3
4
5
5
2
3
4
4
1
2
3
3
10
0
1
1
2
CO M3
Number
16AP11P
0
0
15
2 4V DC
/2 4 0VA C 2 A
7
1
L
L
6
2
L
L
5
0
L
L
4
10 11 12 13 14 15
L
L
3
16AP11T
16AP11R
16AN0 1P
1
L
3
16AN01T
0
L
3-16
9
6
CO M2
14
15
6
4
5
CO M1
11
11
12
7
3
L
8
8
6
1
L
6
7
5
CO M0
5
6
4
2
L
4
5
3
0
L
2
3
2
8
1
8
0
4
16AN01S
16AM30N
0
5
6
L
L
7
UP
ZP
CO M1
12 ~2 4VD C 0 .5A
Name
12 ~2 4VD C 0. 5A
2 4V DC 5mA
2 40 VAC 2A
2 4V DC 5m A
2 4VDC 0 .5 A
2 4V DC 5m A
2 4VDC 0 .5 A
Description
Model name
Model name of the module
Input/Output LED If there is an input signal, the input LED indicator is ON.
indicator
If there is an output signal, the output LED indicator is ON.
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Number
Name
Removable
terminal block
3
Arrangement of
the input/output
terminals
Description of the
inputs/outputs
Label
Clip
Set screw
Connector
Projection
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Description
The inputs are connected to a switch or a sensor.
The outputs are connected to a load which will be driven, e.g. a
contact, or a solenoid valve.
Arrangement of the terminals
Number of inputs/outputs and specifications
Nameplate
Fixing the removable terminal block
Fixing the module
Connecting the module and a backplane
Fixing the module
AH32AM10N-5B/AH32AN02T-5B/AH32AN02P-5B
1
2
0
1
8
9
0
1
8
9
2
7
0
1
10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9
2
3
3
4
4
32AN02P
32AN02T
32AM10N
5
5
6
7
0
1
10 11 12 13 14 15
6
8
9
7
0
1
2
10 11 12 13 14 15
2
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
0
1
2
10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15
7
3
5
4
7
8
32DI -DC
24VDC 5mA
32D O- T Sink
12~ 24VDC 0.1A
Number
Name
1
Model name
Input/Output LED
indicator
DB37 connector
Description of the
inputs/outputs
Label
Set screw
Connector
Projection
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
32D O-T Source
12~ 24VDC 0.1A
Description
Model name of the module
If there is an input signal, the input LED indicator is ON.
If there is an output signal, the output LED indicator is ON.
It is connected to the I/O extension cable DVPACAB7C10.
Number of inputs/outputs and specifications
Nameplate
Fixing the module
Connecting the module and a backplane
Fixing the module
3-17
Ch ap te r 3 Pro duc t Spec ifica tions

AH64AM10N-5C/AH64AN02T-5C/AH64AN02P-5C
1
64A N 02 T
64A M1 0 N
2
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
9
1 0 11 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5
8
9
1 0 11 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5
8
9
1 0 11 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5
0
1
2
0
1
2
8
9
1 0 11 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5
8
9
1 0 11 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5
4
4
5
6
1
2
8
9
1 0 11 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5
0-3
6
7
0
3
3
5
7
4-7
3
0
4
4
5
5
-3
6
6
7
7
4
-7
3
8
1
8
3
3
64A N 02 P
0
3
0
-3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
6
7
4
-7
4
9
7
4
10
5
Number
Name
1
Model name
Input/Output LED
indicator
LED indicator
switch
2
3
4
Latch connector
Description of the
inputs/outputs
Extension port
Label
Set screw
Connector
Projection
5
6
7
8
9
10

Description
Model name of the module
If there is an input signal, the input LED indicator is ON.
If there is an output signal, the output LED indicator is ON.
Left: High 32 bits
Right: Low 32 bits
It is connected to the I/O extension cable
DVPACAB7A10/DVPACAB7B10.
Number of inputs/outputs and specifications
Updating the firmware
Nameplate
Fixing the module
It connects the module and a backplane.
Fixing the module
The DB37 connector, the I/O extension cable, and the external terminal module
1. The I/O extension cable DVPACAB7C10
2
1
Number
Name
1
DB37 connector
2
Set screw
3-18
Description
Connecting a digital input/output module and an external
terminal module.
Fixing the connector
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2. The external terminal module for AH32AM10N-5B: DVPAETB-ID32B
1
2
4
3
3. The external terminal modules for AH32AN02T-5B
 DVPAETB-OR32A
1
2
4
3
 DVPAETB-OT32B
1
2
4
3
4. The external terminal modules for AH32AN02P-5B
 DVPAETB-OR32B
1
2
4
3
3-19
Ch ap te r 3 Pro duc t Spec ifica tions
 DVPAETB-OT32B
1
2
4
3
Number

Name
1
DB37 connector
2
Terminals
Description
Connecting the external terminal module and a digital
input/output module
Input/Output terminals for wiring
3
Clip
Hanging the external terminal module on a DIN rail
4
Set screw
Fixing the base
The latch connector, the I/O extension cable, and the external terminal module
1. The I/O extension cable DVPACAB7A10
39
40
39
40
1
1
1
1
2
Number
Name
1
40-pin IDC connector
2
Description
Connecting a digital input/output module and an external
terminal module.
2. The external terminal module for AH64AM10N-5C: DVPAETB-ID32A
1
2
4
3
Number
2
Description
Connecting the external terminal module and a digital
40-pin latch connector
input/output module
Terminals
Input/Output terminals for wiring
3
Clip
Hanging the external terminal module on a DIN rail
4
Set screw
Fixing the base
1
3-20
Name
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3. The I/O extension cable DVPACAB7B10
19
39
20
40
2
1
CN2
1
19
CN1
2
20
2
CN3
1
2
1
Number
Name
1
40-pin IDC connector
2
20-pin IDC connector
2
Description
Connecting a digital input/output module and an external
terminal module.
Connecting a digital input/output module and the external
terminal module DVPAETB-OR16A or DVPAETB-OR16B
4. The external terminal module for AH64AN02T-5C: DVPAETB-OR16A
2
5
1
3
4
7
6
5. The external terminal module for AH64AN02P-5C: DVPAETB-OR16B
2
5
1
3
4
7
6
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
Name
20-pin latch
connector
Output LED
indicator
Output relay
Description
Connecting the external terminal module and a digital
input/output module
Output terminal
Power input
terminal
Clip
Output terminal for wiring
If there is an output signal, the output LED indicator is ON.
Output relay
Power input terminal for wiring
Hanging the external terminal module on a DIN rail
3-21
Ch ap te r 3 Pro duc t Spec ifica tions
Number
Name
7
Description
Set screw
Fixing the base
3.5.3 Dimensions

AH16AM10N-5A/AH16AM30N-5A/AH16AN01S-5A/AH16AN01R-5A/AH16AN01T-5A/
AH16AN01P-5A/AH16AP11R-5A/AH16AP11T-5A/AH16AP11P-5A
16A M 10N
1
7
0
1
7
0
1
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
0
0
1
L
1
L
3
3
4
L
7
L
9
9
10
L
11
L
13
15
7
9
10
11
CO M2
15
12
L
L
13
14
L
S /S
CO M
S /S
CO M
L
240VAC 0.5A
16A N 01R
2
3
16AN01T
0
1
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
4
5
6
7
0
1
8
9
0
L
L
L
7
L
L
10
L
12
L
L
13
L
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
12
L
L
13
L
L
4
L
UP
L
ZP
5
L
CO M3
7
L
0
1
2
L
3
L
4
3
4
L
5
L
6
L
L
6
L
L
2
L
L
S /S
0
1
L
L
3
CO M0
15
ZP
2
L
14
L
L
1
7
S /S
L
0
6
7
S /S
9
L
5
6
7
L
4
5
6
11
3
4
5
8
2
3
4
7
1
2
3
6
L
0
1
1
15
L
3
5
L
UP
14
L
2
2
10
16AP11P
1
4
L
15
16AP11T
0
3
L
14
L
7
0
L
13
L
CO M2
6
1
L
12
L
11
L
5
2
L
11
L
4
0
L
10
L
9
L
1 0 11 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5
L
9
L
8
2
9
L
8
L
CO M1
1
L
7
3
16A P11R
0
8
L
6
L
6
7
5
L
5
L
6
4
L
4
5
3
L
CO M0
L
16AN01P
4
2
L
3
L
3
1
L
2
L
2
1 0 11 1 2 13 1 4 15
0
L
1
L
15
CO M3
120/ 240 VA C
4.5/ 9m A
24VD C 5m A
114
8
L
14
14
110
6
L
12
13
4
5
CO M1
10
11
12
7
3
L
8
8
6
1
L
6
7
5
CO M0
5
6
4
2
L
4
5
3
0
L
2
2
2
103
35
16A N 01S
16A M 30N
0
5
6
L
7
L
UP
7
UP
ZP
ZP
CO M1
24VD C
/ 240VAC 2A
12~24VDC 0. 5A
24VD C 5m A
240VAC 2A
12~24VDC 0.5A
24VD C 5m A
24VDC 0.5A
24VD C 5m A
24VDC 0.5A
Unit: mm

AH32AM10N-5B/AH32AN02T-5B/AH32AN02P-5B
35
32AN02P
32AN02T
32AM10N
2
7
0
1
7
0
1
2
10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15
0
1
2
7
0
1
7
0
1
2
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15
3
4
5
5
6
6
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
3
4
4
5
7
1
9
4
3
6
0
8
3
103
5
6
7
110
32DI -DC
24VDC 5mA
32D O-T Sink
12~ 24VDC 0.1A
32D O- T Sou rce
12~ 24VDC 0.1A
6
Unit: mm
3-22
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
AH64AM10N-5B/AH64AN02T-5C/AH64AN02P-5C
35
64AM 10 N
0
1
8
9
0
1
8
9
2
64AN 02 T
7
0
1
10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9
7
0
1
10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9
2
3
3
0-3
4
4
5
5
6
6
4-7
2
3
103
64AN 02 P
7
0
1
2
10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15
7
0
1
2
10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15
2
3
0
-3
4
4
5
5
6
6
4
-7
3
3
0
-3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
4
-7
110
2 4 VDC 5m A
1 2 ~2 4 VD C 0 .1 m A
1 2 ~2 4 VD C 0 .1 m A
6
Unit: mm

The DB37 connector, the I/O extension cable, and the external terminal module
1. The I/O extension cable DVPACAB7C10
100
Unit: cm
2. The external terminal module for AH32AM10N-5B: DVPAETB-ID32B
113
87
50.8
Unit: mm
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3. The external terminal modules for AH32AN02T-5B
 DVPAETB-OR32A
215
87
39.4
Unit: mm
 DVPAETB-OT32B
113
87
50.8
Unit: mm
4. The external terminal modules for AH32AN02P-5B
 DVPAETB-OR32B
215
87
39.4
Unit: mm
 DVPAETB-OT32B
113
87
50.8
Unit: mm
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
The latch connector, the I/O extension cable, and the external terminal module
 The I/O extension cable DVPACAB7A10
39
1
40
39
1
2
40
2
100
Unit: cm
 The external terminal module for AH64AM10N-5C: DVPAETB-ID32A
113
87
53.6
Unit: mm
 The I/O extension cable DVPACAB7B10
19
39
20
40
CN2
1
19
CN1
2
20
CN3
1
2
1
2
100
Unit: cm
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 The external terminal module for AH64AN02T-5C: DVPAETB-OR16A
113
87
55.3
Unit: mm
 The external terminal module for AH64AN02P-5C: DVPAETB-OR16B
113
87
55.3
Unit: mm
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3.5.4 Arrangement of Input/Output Terminals
AH16AM10N-5A
16AM10N
AH16AM30N-5A
16AM30N
1
7
0
1
7
0
1
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
3
4
5
6
3
4
16AN01S
0
2
2
AH16AN01S-5A
5
6
0
0
9
9
10
CO M1
9
L
10
L
13
13
11
L
14
14
8
L
12
12
7
L
11
11
6
L
8
10
5
L
7
7
4
L
6
8
CO M2
15
15
12
L
13
L
CO M3
2 4VD C 5 m A
1 20 /2 40 VA C
4 .5 /9 m A
AH16AN01R-5A
AH16AN01T-5A
16AN01R
16AN01T
0
1
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
L
2
0
1
L
L
2
CO M0
4
L
L
5
L
L
0
1
8
9
L
L
9
L
10
L
11
L
CO M2
L
12
L
14
L
1
2
AH16AN01P-5A
16AN01P
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15
L
L
L
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
UP
ZP
L
L
L
L
L
6
7
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
L
L
5
1
L
L
4
2
L
L
3
0
L
L
6
L
L
13
0
L
8
3
10 11 12 13 14 15
L
L
2 40 VA C 0. 5A
2
L
CO M1
L
L
7
L
L
L
6
7
L
L
5
L
6
L
4
L
3
L
3
15
L
COM
S /S
14
L
COM
S /S
7
CO M0
5
5
6
6
3
L
4
5
2
L
3
3
4
4
1
L
2
2
3
0
L
1
1
2
10
11
12
13
14
15
UP
ZP
15
CO M3
2 4VD C
/2 4 0VA C 2 A
12 ~2 4VD C 0 .5A
12 ~2 4VD C 0.5 A
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AH16AP11R-5A
AH16AP11T-5A
AH16AP11P-5A
16AP11R
16AP11T
16AP11P
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
0
0
1
1
5
6
6
7
7
7
S /S
S /S
S /S
L
0
L
1
L
L
3
L
L
4
L
L
4
2
3
4
L
L
6
5
6
L
7
L
UP
7
UP
ZP
7
0
1
L
5
6
L
L
2
L
5
L
3
L
CO M0
L
0
1
L
2
L
4
5
5
L
3
4
6
L
2
3
3
4
L
1
2
2
ZP
CO M1
2 4VD C 5m A
2 4VDC 0 .5 A
2 4VD C 5m A
2 40 VA C 2A
2 4VD C 5m A
2 4VDC 0 .5 A
AH32AM10N-5B
32AM10N
0
1
8
9 1 0 11 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5
0
1
8
9 1 0 11 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5
24VDC 5mA
3-28
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
0.0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
0.10
0.12
0.14
S/S
NC
1.1
1.3
1.5
1.7
1.9
1.11
1.13
1.15
S/S
AH32AN02T-5B
0.1
0.3
0.5
0.7
0.9
0.11
0.13
0.15
S/S
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
1.10
1.12
1.14
S/S
32AN02T
0
1
8
9 1 0 11 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5
2
0
1
8
9 1 0 11 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5
2
12~24VDC 0. 1A
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
0.0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
0.10
0.12
0.14
ZP
UP
1.1
1.3
1.5
1.7
1.9
1.11
1.13
1.15
UP
0.1
0.3
0.5
0.7
0.9
0.11
0.13
0.15
ZP
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
1.10
1.12
1.14
ZP
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AH32AN02P-5C
0.0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
0.10
0.12
0.14
ZP
UP
1.1
1.3
1.5
1.7
1.9
1.11
1.13
1.15
UP
32AN02P
0
1
8
9
0
1
8
9
2
3
4
5
6
7
10 11 12 13 14 15
2
3
4
5
6
AH64AM10N-5C
7
10 11 12 13 14 15
0.1
0.3
0.5
0.7
0.9
0.11
0.13
0.15
ZP
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
1.10
1.12
1.14
ZP
12~ 24VDC 0.1A
64AM 10 N
0
1
8
9
0
1
8
9
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
0-3
4-7
2 4V DC 5m A
64AN 02 T
0
1
9
0
1
8
9
2
3
4
5
6
7
10 11 12 13 14 15
2
3
4
5
6
7
10 11 12 13 14 15
0
-3
1 2~ 2 4 VD C 0 .1 m A
7
10 11 12 13 14 15
AH64AN02T-5C
8
7
10 11 12 13 14 15
4
-7
UP
ZP
1.15
1.13
1.11
1.9
1.7
1.5
1.3
1.1
UP
ZP
0.15
0.13
0.11
0.9
0.7
0.5
0.3
0.1
UP
ZP
1.14
1.12
1.10
1.8
1.6
1.4
1.2
1.0
UP
ZP
0.14
0.12
0.10
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0.0
NC
S/S
1.15
1.13
1.11
1.9
1.7
1.5
1.3
1.1
NC
S/S
0.15
0.13
0.11
0.9
0.7
0.5
0.3
0.1
NC
S/S
1.14
1.12
1.10
1.8
1.6
1.4
1.2
1.0
NC
S/S
0.14
0.12
0.10
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0.0
NC
2.0
2.2
2.4
2.6
2.8
2.10
2.12
2.14
S/S
NC
3.0
3.2
3.4
3.6
3.8
3.10
3.12
3.14
S/S
NC
2.1
2.3
2.5
2.7
2.9
2.11
2.13
2.15
S/S
NC
3.1
3.3
3.5
3.7
3.9
3.11
3.13
3.15
S/S
2.0
2.2
2.4
2.6
2.8
2.10
2.12
2.14
ZP
UP
3.0
3.2
3.4
3.6
3.8
3.10
3.12
3.14
ZP
UP
2.1
2.3
2.5
2.7
2.9
2.11
2.13
2.15
ZP
UP
3.1
3.3
3.5
3.7
3.9
3.11
3.13
3.15
ZP
UP
AH64AN02P-5C
2.0
2.2
2.4
2.6
2.8
2.10
2.12
2.14
ZP
UP
3.0
3.2
3.4
3.6
3.8
3.10
3.12
3.14
ZP
UP
2.1
2.3
2.5
2.7
2.9
2.11
2.13
2.15
ZP
UP
3.1
3.3
3.5
3.7
3.9
3.11
3.13
3.15
ZP
UP
64AN 02 P
0
1
8
9
0
1
8
9
2
3
4
5
6
7
10 11 12 13 14 15
2
3
4
5
6
7
10 11 12 13 14 15
0
-3
1 2~ 2 4 VD C 0 .1 mA
4
-7
UP
ZP
1.15
1.13
1.11
1.9
1.7
1.5
1.3
1.1
UP
ZP
0.15
0.13
0.11
0.9
0.7
0.5
0.3
0.1
UP
ZP
1.14
1.12
1.10
1.8
1.6
1.4
1.2
1.0
UP
ZP
0.14
0.12
0.10
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0.0
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
The DB37 connector and the external terminal module
1. The external terminal module for AH32AM10N-5B: DVPAETB-ID32B
Upper
row
Lower
row
X0
X2
X4
X6
X10 X12 X14 X16 X20 X22 X24 X26 X30 X32 X34 X36
S/S
S/S
X1
X3
X5
X7
X11
S/S
S/S
X13 X15 X17 X21 X23 X25 X27 X31 X33 X35 X37
2. The external terminal modules for AH32AN02T-5B
 DVPAETB-OT32B
Upper
row
Lower
row
Y0
Y2
Y4
Y6
Y10
Y12
Y14
Y16
Y20
Y22
Y24
Y26
Y30
Y32
Y34
Y36
UP
UP
Y1
Y3
Y5
Y7
Y11
Y13
Y15
Y17
Y21
Y23
Y25
Y27
Y31
Y33
Y35
Y37
ZP
ZP
 DVPAETB-OR32A
GND +24V
st
1 from
C0 Y0 Y1 Y2 Y3 C1 Y4 Y5 Y6 Y7 C2 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y13 C3 Y14 Y15 Y16 Y17
the left
st
21 from
C4 Y20 Y21 Y22 Y23 C5 Y24 Y25 Y26 Y27 C6 Y30 Y31 Y32 Y33 C7 Y34 Y35 Y36 Y37
the left
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3. The external terminal modules for AH32AN02P-5B
 DVPAETB-OT32B
Upper row Y0
Lower row Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
Y10 Y12 Y14 Y16 Y20 Y22 Y24 Y26 Y30 Y32 Y34 Y36
Y11 Y13 Y15 Y17 Y21 Y23 Y25 Y27 Y31 Y33 Y35 Y37
UP
ZP
UP
ZP
 DVPAETB-OR32B
GND +24V
st
1 from
C0 Y0 Y1 Y2 Y3 C1 Y4 Y5 Y6 Y7 C2 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y13 C3 Y14 Y15 Y16 Y17
the left
st
21 from
C4 Y20 Y21 Y22 Y23 C5 Y24 Y25 Y26 Y27 C6 Y30 Y31 Y32 Y33 C7 Y34 Y35 Y36 Y37
the left

The latch connector and the external terminal module
1. The external terminal module for AH64AM10N-5C: DVPAETB-ID32A
Upper row S/S
Lower row S/S
S/S
S/S
X0
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X10 X12 X14 X16 X20 X22 X24 X26 X30 X32 X34 X36
X11 X13 X15 X17 X21 X23 X25 X27 X31 X33 X35 X37
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2. The external terminal module for AH64AN02T-5C: DVPAETB-OR16A
C0
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
C1
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
C2
Y10
Y11
Y12 Y13
C3
GND +24V
Y14 Y15 Y16 Y17
3. The external terminal module for AH64AN02P-5C: DVPAETB-OR16B
C0
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
C1
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
C2
Y10
Y11
Y12 Y13
C3
GND +24V
Y14 Y15 Y16 Y17
3.6 Specifications for Analog Input/Output Modules
3.6.1 General Specifications

AH04AD-5A/AH08AD-5B
The electrical specifications
Module name
AH04AD-5A
AH08AD-5B
4
8
Number of inputs
Analog-to-digital
Voltage input/Current input
Voltage input
conversion
24 V DC (20.4 V DC~28.8 V DC) (-15%~+20%)
Supply voltage
Removable terminal block
Connector type
25°C/77°F: The error is 0.5% of the input within the range
Overall accuracy
-20~60°C/-4~140°F: The error is 1% of the input within the range
Conversion time
150 μs/channel
Isolation
There is isolation between an analog circuit and a digital circuit, but
there is no isolation between analog channels.
Isolation between a digital circuit and a ground: 500 V DC
Isolation between an analog circuit and a ground: 500 V DC
Isolation between an analog circuit and a digital circuit: 500 V DC
Isolation between the 24 V DC and a ground: 500 V DC
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The functional specifications
Analog-to-digital
conversion
Rated input
range
Hardware
input range
Hardware
resolution
Input
impedance
Absolute
input range
Voltage input
-10 V~10 V
0 V~10 V

0 V~5 V
1 V~5 V
-10.1 V~10.1 V -0.1 V~10.1 V -5.05 V~5.05 V -0.05 V~5.05 V 0.95 V~5.05 V
16 bits
>200 kΩ
±15 V
Analog-to-digital
conversion
Rated input
range
Hardware
input range
Hardware
resolution
Input
impedance
Absolute
input range
±5 V
Current input
±20 mA
0m A~20 mA
4 mA~20 mA
-20.2 mA~20.2 mA
-0.2 mA~20.2 mA
3.8 mA~20.2 mA
16 bits
250 Ω
±32 mA
AH04DA-5A/AH08DA-5B
The electrical specifications
Module name
AH04DA-5A
AH08DA-5B
4
8
Number of outputs
Analog-to-digital
Voltage output/Current output
Voltage output
conversion
24 V DC (20.4 V DC~28.8 V DC) (-15%~+20%)
Supply voltage
Removable terminal block
Connector type
25°C/77°F: The error is 0.5% of the input within the range
Overall accuracy
-20~60°C/-4~140°F: The error is 1% of the input within the range
150 μs/channel
Conversion time
There is isolation between a digital circuit and an analog circuit, but
there is no isolation between analog channels.
Isolation between a digital circuit and a ground: 500 V DC
Isolation
Isolation between an analog circuit and a ground: 500 V DC
Isolation between an analog circuit and a digital circuit: 500 V DC
Isolation between the 24 V DC and a ground: 500 V DC
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The functional specifications
Analog-to-digital
conversion
Voltage output
Rated output
±10 V
0 V~10 V
±5 V
0 V~5 V
1 V~5 V
range
Hardware
-10.1 V~10.1 V -0.1 V~10.1 V -5.05 V~5.05 V -0.05 V~5.05 V 0.95 V~5.05 V
output range
Hardware
16 bits
resolution
Permissible
1 kΩ~2 MΩ: ±10 V and 0 V~10V
load
≧500 Ω: 1 V~5 V
impedance
Analog-to-digital
conversion
Rated output
range
Hardware
output range
Hardware
resolution
Permissible
load
impedance

Current output
0 mA~20 mA
4 mA~20 mA
-0.2 mA~20.2 mA
3.8 mA~20.2 mA
16 bits
≦550 Ω
AH06XA-5A
The electrical specifications
Module name
AH06XA-5A
4
Number of inputs
Number of outputs 2
Analog-to-digital
Voltage input/Current input/Voltage output/Current output
conversion
24 V DC (20.4 V DC~28.8 V DC) (-15%~+20%)
Supply voltage
Removable terminal block
Connector type
25°C/77°F: The error is 0.5% of the input within the range
Overall accuracy
-20~60°C/-4~140°F: The error is 1% of the input within the range
150 us/channel
Conversion time
There is isolation between a digital circuit and an analog circuit, but
there is no isolation between analog channels.
Isolation between a digital circuit and a ground: 500 V DC
Isolation
Isolation between an analog circuit and a ground: 500 V DC
Isolation between an analog circuit and a digital circuit: 500 V DC
Isolation between the 24 V DC and a ground: 500 V DC
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The functional specifications for the analog-to-digital conversion
Analog-to-digital
conversion
Rated input
range
Hardware
input range
Hardware
resolution
Input
impedance
Absolute
input range
Voltage input
-10 V~10 V
0 V~10 V
0 V~5 V
1 V~5 V
-10.1 V~10.1 V -0.1 V~10.1 V -5.05 V~5.05 V -0.05 V~5.05 V 0.95 V~5.05 V
16 bits
>200 kΩ
±15 V
Analog-to-digital
conversion
Rated input
range
Hardware
input range
Hardware
resolution
Input
impedance
Absolute
input range
±5 V
Current input
±20 mA
0 mA~20 mA
4 mA~20 mA
-20.2 mA~20.2 mA
-0.2 mA~20.2 mA
3.8 mA~20.2 mA
16 bits
250 Ω
±32 mA
The functional specifications for the digital-to-analog conversion
Digital-to-analog
conversion
Voltage output
Rated output
±10 V
0 V~10 V
±5 V
0 V~5 V
1 V~5 V
range
Hardware
-10.1 V~10.1 V -0.1 V~10.1 V -5.05 V~5.05 V -0.05 V~5.05 V 0.95 V~5.05 V
output range
Hardware
16 bits
resolution
Permissible
1 kΩ~2 MΩ: ±10 V and 0 V~10 V
load
≧500Ω: 1 V~5 V
impedance
Digital-to-analog
conversion
Rated output
range
Hardware
output range
Hardware
resolution
Permissible
load
impedance
Current output
0 mA~20 mA
4 mA~20 mA
-0.2 mA~20.2 mA
3.8 mA~20.2 mA
16 bits
≦550 Ω
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3.6.2 Profiles

AH04AD-5A/AH08AD-5B/AH04DA-5A/AH08DA-5B/AH06XA-5A
1
04AD
8
RU N
2
ERROR
3
V0
VI0
I0
V1
VI1
9
I1
V2
4
VI2
I2
V3
7
VI3
I3
ZP
UP
SG
5
10
-10~+10V
-20~+20mA
6
RU N
RUN
RU N
E RROR
E RROR
ERROR
ERROR
VO0
IO0
V1
VO1
IO1
VO2
SLD
IO2
VO3
IO3
UP
V7
AG
SG
SG
SLD
-10~+10V
0/4~+20mA
-10~+10V
Name
Model name
RUN LED
indicator
2
ERROR LED
indicator
Removable
terminal block
VI2
V3
VI3
AG
I3
VO0
VO6
AG
IO0
AO A G
VO7
AG
VO1
IO1
UP
ZP
ZP
V7
SLD
V2
I2
VO5
SLD
V6
AI
VO4
AG
V5
V6
I1
AG
SLD
V4
V5
V1
VI1
VO3
AG
SLD
V4
3-36
AG
AG
SLD
V3
VI0
I0
VO2
AG
V2
V3
V0
AG
VO1
SLD
V1
V2
3
VO0
AG
V0
1
06XA
RU N
V0
Number
08DA
04DA
08AD
ZP
UP
FE
FE
SG
10V, 20mA
10V,0/4~20mA
-10~ +10V
Description
Model name of the module
Operating status of the module
ON: The module is running.
OFF: The module stops running.
Error status of the module
ON: A serious error occurs in the module.
OFF: The module is normal.
Blink: A slight error occurs in the module.
The inputs are connected to sensors.
The outputs are connected to loads which will be driven.
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Number
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Name
Arrangement of
the input/output
terminals
Description of the
inputs/outputs
Clip
Label
Set screw
Connector
Projection
Description
Arrangement of the terminals
Simple specifications for the module
Removing the terminal block
Nameplate
Fixing the module
Connecting the module and a backplane
Fixing the module
3.6.3 Dimensions

AH04AD-5A/AH08AD-5B/AH04DA-5A/AH08DA-5B/AH06XA-5A
35
103
04AD
RU N
ERROR
V0
VI0
I0
V1
VI1
I1
V2
110
VI2
I2
114
V3
VI3
I3
ZP
UP
SG
-10~+10V
-20~+20mA
6
V0
V0
V1
V1
V2
V2
V3
V3
S LD
S LD
V4
V4
V5
V5
V6
V6
V7
V7
S LD
S LD
-10~+10V
08DA
04DA
08AD
06XA
RU N
RU N
RUN
RU N
E RROR
E RROR
ERROR
E RROR
VO0
VO0
V0
AG
AG
VI0
VO1
IO0
I0
AG
S LD
V1
VO2
VO1
VI1
AG
AG
VO3
IO1
I1
AI
V2
AG
S LD
VO4
VO2
AG
AG
VO5
IO2
AG
S LD
VO6
VO3
AG
AG
VO7
IO3
AG
S LD
UP
UP
ZP
ZP
FE
SG
FE
SG
-10~+10V
0/4~+20mA
-10~ +10V
VI2
I2
V3
VI3
I3
VO0
IO0
AO A G
VO1
IO1
ZP
UP
SG
10V, 20mA
10V,0/4~20mA
Unit: mm
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3.6.4 Arrangement of Input/Output Terminals
AH04AD-5A
04AD
AH08AD-5B
08AD
04DA
RU N
RUN
RUN
E RROR
ERROR
ERROR
V0
V0
VI0
VO0
V0
I0
AG
V1
V1
IO0
V1
VI1
SLD
V2
I1
VO1
V2
V2
AG
V3
VI2
IO1
V3
I2
SLD
SLD
V3
VO2
SLD
VI3
AG
V4
I3
IO2
V4
SLD
V5
VO3
V5
AG
V6
IO3
V6
SLD
UP
V7
V7
ZP
AH06XA-5A
06XA
08DA
RUN
RUN
ERROR
ERROR
V0
VO0
VI0
AG
I0
VO1
V1
AG
VI1
VO2
I1
AI
V2
VI2
AG
AG
VO5
AG
VO6
AG
VO7
AG
UP
ZP
SG
SG
-10~+10V
3-38
SG
-10~+10V
0/4~+20mA
-10~+10V
AH08DA-5B
VO4
SG
SLD
SG
-10~+10V
-20~+20mA
AG
ZP
SLD
UP
VO3
AH04DA-5A
I2
V3
VI3
I3
VO0
IO0
AO AG
VO1
IO1
ZP
UP
SG
±10V,±20mA
±10V,0/4~20mA
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3.7 Specifications for Temperature Measurement
Modules
3.7.1 General Specifications

AH04PT-5A
The electrical specifications
Number of analog
4
inputs
Three-wire configuration: Pt100/Ni100/Pt1000/Ni1000 sensor, and
0~300 Ω input impedance
Four-wire configuration: Pt100/Ni100/Pt1000/Ni1000 sensor, and 0~300
Ω input impedance
Applicable sensor
Pt100: DIN 43760-1980 JIS C1604-1989; 100 Ω 3850 PPM/°C
Pt1000: DIN EN60751; 1 kΩ 3850 PPM/°C
Ni100/Ni1000: DIN 43760
24 V DC (20.4 V DC~28.8 V DC) (-15%~+20%)
Supply voltage
Removable terminal block
Connector type
25°C/77°F: The error is 0.5% of the input within the range
Overall accuracy
-20~60°C/-4~140°F: The error is 1% of the input within the range
Four-wire configuration: 150 ms/channel
Conversion time
Three-wire configuration: 300 ms/channel
There is isolation between a digital circuit and an analog circuit, and
there is isolation between analog channels.
Isolation between a digital circuit and a ground: 500 V DC
Isolation
Isolation between an analog circuit and a ground: 500 V DC
Isolation between an analog circuit and a digital circuit: 500 V DC
Isolation between the 24 V DC and a ground: 500 V DC
The functional specifications
Analog-to-digital
Centigrade (°C)
conversion
Pt100: -180°C~800°C
Ni100: -80°C~170°C
Rated input range
Pt1000: -180°C~800°C
Ni1000: -80°C~170°C
Average function Range: 1~100
Disconnection detection
Self-diagnosis

Fahrenheit (°F)
Input
impedance
Pt100: -292°F~1,472°F
Ni100: -112°F~338°F
Pt1000: -292°F~1,472°F
Ni1000: -112°F~338°F
0~300 Ω
AH04TC-5A/AH08TC-5A
The electrical specifications
Module name
AH04TC-5A
AH08TC-5A
Number of analog
4
8
inputs
Type J, type K, type R, type S, type T, type E, and type N thermocouples
Applicable sensor
±150 mV voltage inputs
24 V DC (20.4 V DC~28.8 V DC) (-15%~+20%)
Supply voltage
Removable terminal block
Connector type
25°C/77°F: The error is 0.5% of the input within the range
Overall accuracy
-20~60°C/-4~140°F: The error is 1% of the input within the range
200 ms/channel
Conversion time
There is isolation between a digital circuit and an analog circuit, and
Isolation
there is isolation between analog channels.
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Module name
AH04TC-5A
AH08TC-5A
Isolation between a digital circuit and a ground: 500 V DC
Isolation between an analog circuit and a ground: 500 V DC
Isolation between an analog circuit and a digital circuit: 500 V DC
Isolation between the 24 V DC and a ground: 500 V DC
Isolation between analog channels: 120 V AC
The functional specifications
Analog-to-digital
Centigrade (°C)
conversion
Type J: -100°C~1,150°C
Type K: -100°C~1,350°C
Type R: 0°C~1,750°C
Rated input range Type S: 0°C~1,750°C
Type T: -150°C~390°C
Type E: -150°C~980°C
Type N: -150°C~1,280°C
Average function Range: 1~100
Disconnection detection
Self-diagnosis
Voltage input
Fahrenheit(°F)
Type J: -148°F~2,102°F
Type K: -148°F~2,462°F
Type R: 32°F~3,182°F
Type S: 32°F~3,182°F
Type T: -238°F~734°F
Type E: -238°F~1,796°F
Type N: -238°F~2,336°F
±150 mV
3.7.2 Profiles

AH04PT-5A/AH04TC-5A/AH08TC-5A
1
3
RUN
RUN
RUN
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
I0
I0
I0
I1
I1
I1
I1
O0
I2
I2
FG
I3
I3
I1
I3
I3
I1
FG
O1
FG
I4
O2
I4
I2
I5
I2
I5
O2
I6
FG
I6
O3
I7
I3
I7
I3
FG
O3
FG
FG
5
7
FG
FG
FG
9
I2
I2
O1
8
I0
I0
O0
I0
4
08TC
04TC
04PT
2
T he rmo co u p le
J, K,R ,S, T,E,N
RT D
2/ 3/4 -WI RE
10
T he rmo co up le
J, K,R ,S, T,E,N
6
Number
1
Model name
2
RUN LED
indicator
2
ERROR LED
indicator
3
4
3-40
Name
Removable
terminal block
Arrangement of
the input
terminals
Description
Model name of the module
Operating status of the module
ON: The module is running.
OFF: The module stops running.
Error status of the module
ON: A serious error occurs in the module.
OFF: The module is normal.
Blink: A slight error occurs in the module.
The inputs are connected to a sensor.
Arrangement of the terminals
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Number
5
6
7
8
9
10
Name
Description of the
inputs
Clip
Label
Set screw
Connector
Projection
Description
Simple specifications for the module
Removing the terminal block
Nameplate
Fixing the module
Connecting the module and a backplane
Fixing the module
3.7.3 Dimensions

AH04PT-5A/AH04TC-5A/AH08TC-5A
35
08TC
04TC
04PT
RUN
RUN
RUN
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
I0
I0
O0
I0
I0
I0
I1
I1
I0
I1
I1
O0
I2
I2
FG
I2
I2
O1
I3
I3
I1
FG
O1
FG
FG
FG
FG
I4
O2
110
I3
I3
I1
103
114
I4
I2
I5
I2
I5
O2
I6
FG
I6
O3
I7
I3
I7
I3
FG
O3
FG
FG
T he rmo co u p le
J, K,R ,S, T,E,N
RTD
2/ 3/4 -WI RE
T he rmo co u p le
J, K,R ,S, T,E,N
6
Unit: mm
3.7.4 Arrangement of Input/Output Terminals
AH04PT-5A
04PT
O0
AH04TC-5A
04TC
RUN
RUN
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
I0
I0
I0
I1
O0
I2
I3
I1
O1
FG
I1
I2
I2
O1
I1
I0
I1
I1
FG
08TC
RUN
I0
I0
AH08TC-5A
I2
I3
I3
FG
I3
FG
FG
FG
I4
O2
I2
I4
I2
I5
I5
O2
I6
FG
I6
O3
I3
I7
I3
I7
FG
O3
FG
RTD
2/3/4-WIRE
FG
Thermocouple
J,K,R,S,T,E,N
Thermocouple
J,K,R,S,T,E,N
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3.8 Specifications for Network Modules
3.8.1 General Specifications

AH10SCM-5A
Item
Connector type
Transmission
interface
Transmission
speed
Communication
format
Communication
protocol
Specifications
European-style removable terminal block
RS-485⁄RS-422
1,200, 2,400, 4,800, 9,600, 19,200, 38,400, 57,600, 76,800, 115,200,
230,400, and 460,800 bps
Stop bit: 1 bit and 2 bits
Parity bit: none, an odd parity bit, and an even parity bit
Data bit: 7 bits and 8 bits
Modbus ASCII/RTU
UD Link
BACnet MS/TP slave
Electric energy
1.5 W
consumption
Insulation voltage 2,500 V DC


AH10EN-5A
Item
Connector type
Transmission
interface
Transmission
cable
Transmission
speed
Communication
protocol
Electric energy
consumption
Insulation voltage
AH10DNET-5A
Item
Communication
type
Electrical
isolation
Connector type
Data type
Communication
speed
Communication
cable
3-42
Specifications
RJ-45 with auto-MDI/MDIX
802.3 and 802.3u
Category 5e cable
The maximum length is 100 meters.
10/100 Mbps auto-detection
ICMP, IP, TCP, UDP, DHCP, NTP, Modbus TCP, HTTP, SNMP, and
SMTP
1.5 W
2,500 V DC
Specifications
CAN
500 V DC
Removable connector (5.08 mm)
I/O polled, and explicit
Standard mode: 125 kbps, 250 kbps, and 500 kbps
Extended mode: 10 kbps, 20 kbps, 50 kbps, 125 kbps, 250 kbps, 500
kbps, 800 kbps, and 1 Mbps
Delta shielded twisted pair
(Two communication cables, two power cables, and one shielded cable)
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3.8.2 Profiles

AH10SCM-5A
1
10SCM
11
RUN
E RROR
2
CO M1 RS 48 5
CO M2 RS 48 5
3
TR 1
OFF
ON
COM1
TX+
TX-
4
6
TR 2
RX+
D+
RX-
D-
GND
GND
FG
FG
ON
5
12
9
10
OFF
COM2
TX+
TX-
7
RX+
D+
RX-
D-
GND
GND
FG
FG
8
9
13
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Name
Description
Model name
Model name of the module
Operating status of the module
RUN LED indicator (green) ON: The module is running.
OFF: The module stops running.
Error status of the module
ON: There is a hardware error.
OFF: The module is normal.
ERROR LED indicator (red) Blink: 1. The setting of the module is incorrect, or there
is a communication error.
2. Restoring the module to the default factory
value
ON: RS-485 mode
COM1 (RS-485) LED
indicator (green)
OFF: RS-422 mode
ON: RS-485 mode
COM2 (RS-485) LED
indicator (green)
OFF: RS-422 mode
Blink: The data is being transmitted through the
RS-485/RS422 port.
TX1/TX2 LED indicator
(orange)
OFF: The data is not being transmitted through the
RS-485/RS422 port.
Blink: The data is being reveived through the
RS-485/RS422 port.
RX1/RX2 LED indicator
(orange)
OFF: The data is not being reveived through the
RS-485/RS422 port.
Switch of terminal resistor 1 Switching terminal resistor 1 ON/OFF
Terminals
Terminals for COM1 (RS-422)
Terminals
Terminals for COM1 (RS-485)
Switch of terminal resistor 2 Switching terminal resistor 2 ON/OFF
Terminals
Terminals for COM2 (RS-422)
Terminals
Terminals for COM2 (RS-485)
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Ch ap te r 3 Pro duc t Spec ifica tions
Number
9
10
11
12
13

Name
European-style terminal
block
Label
Set screw
Connector
Projection
Description
Terminals for wiring
Nameplate
Fixing the module
Connecting the module and a backplane
Fixing the module
AH10EN-5A
1
10EN
2
MS
7
NS
8
12
Ether net
3
X1
13
9
4
11
5
X2
10
6
14
Number
Name
1
7
Model name
Seven-segment
display
LINK LED
indicator
ACK LED
indicator
LINK LED
indicator
ACK LED
indicator
NS LED indicator
8
MS LED indicator LED indicator
9
RJ45 port 1
RJ45 port 1
10
RJ45 port 2
RJ45 port 2
11
12
13
14
Label
Set screw
Connector
Projection
Nameplate
Fixing the module
Connecting the module and a backplane
Fixing the module
2
3
4
5
6
3-44
Description
Model name of the module
Display
LINK LED indicator for RJ45 port 1
ACK LED indicator for RJ45 port 1
LINK LED indicator for RJ45 port 2
ACK LED indicator for RJ45 port 2
LED indicator
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
AH10DNET-5A
1
1 0D N ET
2
MS
6
NS
7
10
x10
3
N od e A d d re s s
x10
11
DR 1
DR 0
IN 1
IN 0
4
5
9
8
12
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Description
Model name
Seven-segment
display
Address knob
Model name of the module
Display
Function switch
DeviceNet
connector
MS LED indicator
Setting the functions
DeviceNet is used to interconnect control devices for data
exchange.
Indicating the status of the module
Setting the address
9
NS LED indicator
Indicating the status of the network
Removable terminal
Terminals for wiring
block
Label
Nameplate
10
Set screw
Fixing the module
11
12
Connector
Projection
Connecting the module and a backplane.
Fixing the module
8

Name
The address knobs
It is used to set the node address of AH10DNET-5ª on a DeviceNet network. (Node addresses
range from 0 to 63.)
Setting
Description
Available nodes on a
0…63
DeviceNet network
64…99
Unavailable nodes on a
DeviceNet network
Example: If users want to set the communication address of AH10DNET-5A to 26, they can turn
the knob corresponding to x101 to 2, and turn the knob corresponding to x100 to 6.
Note:
1. When the power supply is cut off, the node address is set. After the setting of the node
address is complete, AH10DNET-5A can be supplied with power.
2. If AH10DNET-5A is running, changing the node address is unavailable.
3. Please use a slotted screwdriver to turn the knobs with care, and do not scrape them.
3-45
Ch ap te r 3 Pro duc t Spec ifica tions

The function switch
The function switch provides the following functions:
1. Setting the working mode (IN 0)
2. Setting the transmission speed of a DeviceNet network (DR 0~DR 1)
DR 1 DR 0
Transmission speed
OFF OFF
OFF ON
ON OFF
125 kbps
250 kbps
500 kbps
Entering the extendable serial
transmission speed mode
ON
ON
IN 1 Reserved
If the slave is disconnected, the
ON
previous I/O data is retained.
IN 0
If the slave is disconnected, the
OFF
previous I/O data is cleared.
Note:
1. When the power supply is cut off, the functions are set. After the setting of the functions is
complete, AH10DNET-5A can be supplied with power.
2. If AH10DNET-5A is running, changing the functions is unavailable.
3. Please use a slotted screwdriver to adjust the DIP switch with care, and do not scrape them.

The DeviceNet connector
3-46
Pin
Signal
Color
Description
5
V+
Red
24 V DC
4
CAN_H
White
Signal +
3
Ground
-
It is connected to a
shielded cable.
2
CAN_L
Blue
Signal -
1
V-
Black
0 V DC
5
4
3
2
1
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3.8.3 Dimensions

AH10SCM-5A
35
103
10SCM
RUN
E RROR
CO M1 RS 48 5
CO M2 RS 48 5
TR 1
OFF
ON
COM1
TX+
TXRX+
D+
RX-
TR 2
D-
GND
GND
FG
FG
ON
110
OFF
COM2
TX+
TXD+
RX+
D-
RXGND
GND
FG
FG
6
Unit: mm

AH10EN-5A
103
35
10EN
MS
NS
E the rn et
X1
110
X2
6
Unit: mm
3-47
Ch ap te r 3 Pro duc t Spec ifica tions

AH10DNET-5A
35
103
10DNET
MS
NS
1
x10
Node A ddres s
0
x10
110
DR1
DR0
IN 1
IN 0
6
Unit: mm
3.8.4 Arrangement of Input/Output Terminals
AH10SCM-5A
AH10DNET-5A
10DNET
10SCM
MS
RUN
ERROR
NS
COM1 RS485
COM2 RS485
TR 1
ON
OFF
1
x10
COM1
Node A ddress
TX+
0
x10
TX-
TR 2
RX+
D+
RX-
D-
GND
GND
FG
FG
ON
OFF
COM2
TX+
TX-
3-48
RX+
D+
RX-
D-
GND
GND
FG
FG
DR1
DR0
IN 1
IN 0
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3.9 Specifications for Motion Control Modules
3.9.1 General Specifications

AH02HC-5A
Item
Number of channels
Input
(differential
input)
Specifications
2 channels
CH0: X0.8+, X0.8-, X0.9+, and X0.9CH1: X0.10+, X0.10-, X0.11+, and X0.11-
Pulse/Direction (one phase and one input)
Counting up/Counting down (one phase and two inputs)
Input signal
One time the frequency of A/B-phase inputs (two phases and
Pulse format
two inputs)
Four times the frequency of A/B-phase inputs (two phases and
two inputs)
Signal level 5~24 V DC
Maximum
frequency of The maximum frequency is 200 kHz.
counting
The number of sampled pulses is within the range between
-200000 and 200000.
The number of accumulated pulses is within the range between
Specifications
Range
-99999999 and 99999999.
The number of input pulses is within the range between
-2147483648 and 2147483648.
General count
Type
Circular count
Input
CH0: X0.0+ and X0.0(differential
CH1: X0.1+ and X0.1input)
RESET input
Signal level 5~24 V DC
Maximum
15 mA
current
CH0: The high-speed pulse output Y0.8 is a transistor whose
collector is an open collector.
Output type
CH1: The high-speed pulse output Y0.9 is a transistor whose
Comparison
collector is an open collector.
output
Signal level 24 V DC
Maximum
15 mA
current
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Ch ap te r 3 Pro duc t Spec ifica tions

AH04HC-5A
Item
Number of channels
Specifications
4 channels
CH0: X0.8+, X0.8-, X0.9+, and X0.9Input
CH1: X0.10+, X0.10-, X0.11+, and X0.11(differential
CH2: X0.12+, X0.12-, X0.13+, and X0.13input)
CH3: X0.14+, X0.14-, X0.15+, and X0.15Pulse/Direction (one phase and one input)
Input signal
Counting up/Counting up (one phase and two inputs)
One time the frequency of A/B-phase inputs (two phases and
Pulse format
two inputs)
Four times the frequency of A/B-phase inputs (two phases and
two inputs)
Signal level 5~24 V DC
Maximum
frequency of The maximum frequency is 200 kHz.
counting
The number of sampled pulses is within the range between
-200000 and 200000.
The number of accumulated pulses is within the range between
Specifications
Range
-99999999 and 99999999.
The number of input pulses is within the range between
-2147483648 and 2147483648.
General count
Type
Circular count
CH0: X0.0+ and X0.0Input
CH1: X0.1+ and X0.1(differential
CH2: X0.2+ and X0.2input)
RESET input
CH3: X0.3+ and X0.3Signal level 5~24V DC
Maximum
15 mA
current
CH0: The high-speed pulse output Y0.8 is a transistor whose
collector is an open collector.
CH1: The high-speed pulse output Y0.9 is a transistor whose
collector is an open collector.
Output type
CH2: The high-speed pulse output Y0.10 is a transistor whose
Comparison
collector is an open collector.
output
CH3: The high-speed pulse output Y0.11 is a transistor whose
collector is an open collector.
Signal level 24 V DC
Maximum
15 mA
current
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AH05PM-5A
Specifications
Item
Number of axes
Storage
Unit
Connection with a CPU
module
Motor control
Maximum speed
Input
Detector
signal
Output
Servo output
signal
signal
External communication
port
Number of basic
instructions
Number of applied
instructions
M-code
G-code
AH05PM-5A
2 axes
The capacity of the built-in storage is 64 ksteps.
Motor unit
Compound unit
Mechanical unit
Users can set the initial register involved in the data exchange in a
CPU module, and the number of registers involved in the data
exchange in the CPU module. Four hundred data registers at most
can be involved in the data exchange.
There are three types of pulse output modes. These modes adopt
the differential output.
1. Pulse/Direction
2. Counting up/Counting down
3. A/B-phase output
Single axis: 500 kpps
Multi-axis interpolation: 500 kpps
X0.0, X0.1, X0.8, X0.9, X0.12, and X0.13
Y0.0+, Y0.0-, Y0.2+, Y0.2-, Y0.1+, Y0.1-, Y0.3+, Y0.3-, Y0.8, and
Y0.9
Mini USB port
27
130
 OX0~99 (motion subroutine/positioning program): M02 (The
execution of the program stops. (END))
 M00~M01, M03~M101, and M103~M65535:
The execution of the program pauses. (WAIT)
Users can use them freely.
G0 (rapid positioning), G1 (linear interpolation), G2 (circular
interpolation, clockwise), G3 (circular interpolation,
counterclockwise), G4 (dwell), G17 (XY plane selection), G90
(absolute programming), and G91 (incremental programming)
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The description of the terminals
Description
Terminal
1.
2.
X0.0, X0.1,
X0.8, X0.9,
X0.12, and
X0.13
1.
2.
Y0.8 and
Y0.9
1.
2.
Y0.0+, Y0.0-,
Y0.1+, Y0.1-,
Y0.2+, Y0.2-,
Y0.3+, and
Y0.3-
3-52
They are single/A/B-phase inputs.
The functions of the terminals:
 Motion control:
 X0.0 is the PG input for axis 1, and
X0.1 is the PG input for axis 2.
 X0.12 is the DOG input for axis 1,
and X0.13 is the DOG input for
axis 2.
 X0.8 and X0.9 are for a manual
pulse generator.
 High-speed count:
 X0.0 is the RESET input for
counter 0.
 X0.8 is an A-phase input for
counter 0, and X0.9 is a B-phase
input for counter 0.
 High-speed comparison and catch: The
terminals can function as trigger
signals for a high-speed catch.
 Interrupt inputs
The high-speed pulse outputs are
transistors whose collectors are open
collector.
The functions of the terminals:
 Motion control: Y0.8 is the CLEAR
output for axis 1, and Y0.9 is the
CLEAR output for axis 2.
 High-speed comparison and catch: The
high-speed comparison outputs
provide the PWM function.
They are differential outputs.
The function of the terminals:
 Motion control:
 Y0.0+ and Y0.0- are A-phase
outputs for axis 1. Y0.2+ and Y0.2are A-phase outputs for axis 2.
 Y0.1+ and Y0.1- are B-phase
outputs for axis 1. Y0.3+ and Y0.3are B-phase outputs for axis 2.
Maximum input
Response
characteristic Current Voltage
200 kHz
15 mA
24 V
200 kHz
15 mA
24 V
1 MHz
5 mA
5V
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AH10PM-5A
Item
Number of axes
Storage
Unit
Connection with a CPU
module
Motor control
Maximum speed
Specifications
AH10PM-5A
6 axes
The capacity of the built-in storage is 64 ksteps.
Motor unit
Compound unit
Mechanical unit
Users can set the initial register involved in the data exchange in a
CPU module, and the number of registers involved in the data
exchange in the CPU module. Four hundred data registers at most
can be involved in the data exchange.
There are three types of pulse output modes. These modes adopt
the differential output.
1. Pulse/Direction
2. Counting up/Counting down
3. A/B-phase output
Single axis: 500 kpps
Multi-axis interpolation: 500 kpps
Operating
STOP/RUN (automatic/manual switch)
switch
Input signal
X0.8, X0.9, X0.10, X0.11, X0.12, X0.13, X0.14, X0.15, X0.0+, X0.0-,
Detector
X0.1+, X0.1-, X0.2+, X0.2-, X0.3+, and X0.3Y0.0+, Y0.0-, Y0.2+, Y0.2-, Y0.4+, Y0.4-, Y0.6+, Y0.6-, Y0.1+, Y0.1-,
Servo
Y0.3+, Y0.3-, Y0.5+, Y0.5-, Y0.7+, Y0.7-, Y0.8, Y0.9, Y0.10, and
Output signal output
Y0.11
signal
External communication Mini USB port
port
Ethernet port
Mini SD card
Expansion storage
device
The maximum capacity is 32 GB.
Number of basic
27
instructions
Number of applied
130
instructions
 OX0~99 (motion subroutine/positioning program): M02 (The
execution of the program stops. (END))
 M00~M01, M03~M101, and M103~M65535:
M-code
The execution of the program pauses. (WAIT)
Users can use them freely.
G0 (rapid positioning), G1 (linear interpolation), G2 (circular
interpolation, clockwise), G3 (circular interpolation,
counterclockwise), G4 (dwell), G17 (XY plane selection), G1 8 (ZX
G-code
plane selection), G19 (YZ plane selection), G90 (absolute
programming), and G91 (incremental programming)
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The description of the terminals
Description
Terminal
1.
2.
X0.0+, X0.0-,
X0.1+, X0.1-,
X0.2+, X0.2-,
X0.3+, and
X0.3-
1.
2.
X0.8 and
X0.9
1
2
X0.10, X0.11,
X0.12, X0.13,
X0.14, and
X0.15
3-54
They are differential inputs.
The functions of the terminals:
 Motion control: They are the PG inputs
for axis 1~axis 4.
 High-speed counter: X0.0+ and X0.0are the RESET inputs for counter 0.
X0.1+ and X0.1- are the RESET inputs
for counter 1. X0.2+ and X0.2- are the
RESET inputs for counter 2 and
counter 4. X0.3+ and X0.3- are the
RESET inputs for counter 3 and
counter 5.
 High-speed comparison and catch:
The terminals can function as trigger
signals for a high-speed catch.
 Interrupt inputs
They are single/A/B-phase inputs.
The functions of the terminals:
 Motion control: The terminals are for a
manual pulse generator.
 High-speed count:
 The terminals are for counter 0.
 X0.8 is an A-phase input for
counter 0, and X0.9 is a B-phase
input for counter 0.
 High-speed comparison and catch:
The terminals can function as trigger
signals for a high-speed catch.
 Interrupt inputs
They are single/A/B-phase inputs.
The functions of the terminals:
 Motion control: They are the DOG
inputs for axis 1~axis 6.
 High-speed counter:
 The terminals are for counter
1~counter 5.
 X0.10 is an A-phase input for
counter 1, X0.12 is an A-phase
input for counter 2 and counter 4,
and X0.14 is an A-phase input for
counter 3 and counter 5.
 X0.11 is a B-phase input for
counter 1, X0.13 is a B-phase
input for counter 2 and counter 4,
and X0.15 is a B-phase input for
counter 3 and counter 5.
 High-speed comparison and catch:
The terminals can function as trigger
signals for a high-speed catch.
 Interrupt inputs
Maximum input
Response
characteristic Current Voltage
200 kHz
15 mA
5~24 V
200 kHz
15 mA
24 V
200 kHz
15 mA
24 V
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Terminal
Description
1.
Y0.8, Y0.9,
Y0.10, and
Y0.11
Y0.0+, Y0.0-,
Y0.1+, Y0.1-,
Y0.2+, Y0.2-,
Y0.3+, Y0.3-,
Y0.4+, Y0.4-,
Y0.5+, Y0.5-,
Y0.6+, Y0.6-,
Y0.7+, and
Y0.7-
The high-speed pulse outputs are
transistors whose collectors are open
collector.
2. The functions of the terminals:
 Motion control:
 The terminals are the CLEAR
outputs for axis 1~axis 4, and
provide the PWM function.
 Y0.8 and Y0.9 are for axis 5. Y0.10
and Y0.11 are for axis 6. Y0.8 is an
A-phase output for axis 5, and
Y0.10 is an A-phase output for axis
6. Y0.9 is a B-phase output for axis
5, and Y0.11 is a B-phase output
for axis 6.
 High-speed comparison and catch:
The high-speed comparison outputs
provide the PWM function.
1. They are differential outputs.
2. The function of the terminals:
 Motion control:
 The terminals are for axis 1~axis
4.
 Y0.0+ and Y0.0- are A-phase
outputs for axis 1. Y0.2+ and Y0.2are A-phase outputs for axis 2.
Y0.4+ and Y0.4- are A-phase
outputs for axis 3. Y0.6+ and Y0.6are A-phase outputs for axis 4.
 Y0.1+ and Y0.1- are B-phase
outputs for axis 1. Y0.3+ and Y0.3are B-phase outputs for axis 2.
Y0.5+ and Y0.5- are B-phase
outputs for axis 3. Y0.7+ and Y0.7are B-phase outputs for axis 4.
 Y0.0+ and Y0.0- are the CLEAR
outputs for axis 5. Y0.1+ and Y0.1are the CLEAR outputs for axis 6.
Maximum input
Response
characteristic Current Voltage
200 kHz
15 mA
24 V
1 MHz
5 mA
5V
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Ch ap te r 3 Pro duc t Spec ifica tions

AH20MC-5A
Item
Number of axes
Storage
Unit
Connection with a CPU
module
Motor control
Maximum speed
Specifications
AH20MC-5A
12 axes
The capacity of the built-in storage is 64 ksteps.
Motor unit
Compound unit
Mechanical unit
Users can set the initial register involved in the data exchange in a
CPU module, and the number of registers involved in the data
exchange in the CPU module. Four hundred data registers at most
can be involved in the data exchange.
Delta high-speed motion control system DMCNET (Delta Motion
Control Network)
The response time is one millisecond.
Single axis: 500 kpps
Two-axis interpolation: 500 kpps
Operating
STOP/RUN (automatic/manual switch)
switch
Input signal
X0.10+, X0.10-, X0.11+, X0.11-, X0.12+, X0.12-, X0.13+, X0.13-,
Detector
X0.14+, X0.14-, X0.15+, X0.15, X0.0+, X0.0-, X0.1+, X0.1-, X0.2+,
X0.2-, X0.3+, X0.3-, X0.8+, X0.8-, X0.9+, and X0.9Servo
Y0.8+, Y0.8-, Y0.9+, Y0.9-, Y0.10+, Y0.10-, Y0.11+ and Y0.11Output signal output
signal
Mini USB port
External communication
Ethernet port
port
DMCNET port
Mini SD card
Expansion storage
device
The maximum capacity is 32 GB.
Number of basic
27
instructions
Number of applied
130
instructions
 OX0~99 (motion subroutine/positioning program): M02 (The
execution of the program stops. (END))

M00~M01,
M03~M101, and M103~M65535:
M-code
The execution of the program pauses. (WAIT)
Users can use them freely.
G0 (rapid positioning), G1 (linear interpolation), G2 (circular
interpolation, clockwise), G3 (circular interpolation,
G-code
counterclockwise), G4 (dwell), G17 (XY plane selection), G1 8 (ZX
plane selection), G19 (YZ plane selection), G90 (absolute
programming), and G91 (incremental programming)
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The description of the terminals
Terminal
Description
1.
2.
X0.0+, X0.0-,
X0.1+, X0.1-,
X0.2+, X0.2-,
X0.3+, and
X0.3-
X0.8+, X0.8-,
X0.9+, and
X0.9-
They are differential inputs.
The functions of the terminals:
 High-speed count:
 The terminals are the RESET
inputs for counter 0~counter
5.
 X0.0+ and X0.0- are for
counter 0. X0.1+ and X0.1are for counter 1. X0.2+ and
X0.2- are for counter 2 and
counter 4. X0.3+ and X0.3are for counter 3 and counter
5.
 High-speed comparison and
catch: The terminals can function
as trigger signals for a high-speed
catch.
 Interrupt inputs
1. They are differential inputs.
2. The functions of the terminals:
 Motion control: The terminals are
for a manual pulse generator.
 High-speed count:
 The terminals are for counter
0.
 X0.8+ and X0.8- are A-phase
inputs for counter 0. X0.9+
and X0.9- are B-phase inputs
for counter 0.
 High-speed comparison and
catch: The terminals can function
as trigger signals for a high-speed
catch.
 Interrupt inputs
Maximum input
Response
characteristic Current Voltage
200 kHz
15 mA
5~24 V
200 kHz
15 mA
5~24 V
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Ch ap te r 3 Pro duc t Spec ifica tions
Terminal
Description
1.
2.
X0.10+, X0.10-,
X0.11+, X0.11-,
X0.12+, X0.12-,
X0.13+, X0.13,
X0.14+, X0.14-,
X0.15+, and
X0.15-
Y0.8, Y0.9,
Y0.10, and
Y0.11
3-58
They are differential inputs.
The functions of the terminals:
 High-speed count:
 The terminals are for counter
1~counter 5.
 X0.10+ an X0.10- are
A-phase inputs for counter 1.
X0.12+ and X0.12- are
A-phase inputs for counter 2
and counter 4. X0.14+ and
X0.14- are A-phase inputs for
counter 3 and counter 5.
 X0.11+ and X0.11- are
B-phase inputs for counter 1.
X0.13+ and X0.13- are
B-phase inputs for counter 2
and counter 4. X0.15+ and
X0.15- are B-phase inputs for
counter 3 and counter 5.
 High-speed comparison and
catch: The terminals can function
as trigger signals for a high-speed
catch.
 Interrupt inputs
1. The high-speed pulse outputs are
transistors whose collectors are
open collector.
2. The function of the terminals:
 High-speed comparison and
catch: The high-speed
comparison outputs provide the
PWM function.
Maximum input
Response
characteristic Current Voltage
200 kHz
15 mA
5~24 V
200 kHz
15 mA
24 V
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3.9.2 Profiles

AH02HC-5A
1
02HC
9
2
RUN
ERROR
3
7
X0 .8+
4
X0 .8X0 .9+
X0 .9X0 .10+
10
6
X0 .10X0 .11 +
8
X0 .11-
5
X0 .0+
X0 .0X0 .1+
X0 .1Y0 .8
C0
Y0 .9
C1
Number
11
Name
1
Model name
2
RUN LED indicator
(green)
3
4
5
ERROR LED
indicator (red)
USB port
Description
Model name of the module
Operating status of the module
ON: The module is running.
OFF: The module stops running.
Error status of the module
Blink: The module is abnormal.
Providing the mini USB communication interface
Arrangement of the terminals
7
Terminals
Arrangement of the
input/output
terminals
Extension port
8
Label
Nameplate
9
Set screw
Fixing the module
10
Connector
Connecting the module and a backplane
11
Projection
Fixing the module
6
Input/Output terminals
Updating the firmware
3-59
Ch ap te r 3 Pro duc t Spec ifica tions

AH04HC-5A
1
04HC
2
8
RUN
E RR O R
6
3
4
5
CN1
9
7
10
Number
1
Model name
2
RUN LED indicator
(green)
Description
4
ERROR LED
indicator (red)
USB port
Model name of the module
Operating status of the module
ON: The module is running.
OFF: The module stops running.
Error status of the module
Blink: The module is abnormal.
Providing the mini USB communication interface
5
Connector
Connecting the module and an I/O extension cable
6
Extension port
Updating the firmware
7
Label
Nameplate
8
Set screw
Fixing the module
9
Connector
Connecting the module and a backplane
10
Projection
Fixing the module
3
3-60
Name
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AH05PM-5A
1
05PM
9
2
RU N
ERR OR
3
7
S/S
4
X0.0
X0.1
X0.8
X0.9
X0.12
10
6
X0.13
8
Y0.0+
Y0.0-
5
Y0.1+
Y0.1Y0.2+
Y0.2Y0.3+
Y0.3Y0.8
Y0.9
CO M
11
Number
Name
1
Model name
2
RUN LED indicator
(green)
3
4
5
ERROR LED
indicator (red)
USB port
Description
Model name of the module
Operating status of the module
ON: The module is running.
OFF: The module stops running.
Error status of the module
Blink: The module is abnormal.
Providing the mini USB communication interface
7
Terminals
Input/Output terminals
Arrangement of the
Arrangement of the terminals
input/output
terminals
Extension port
Updating the firmware
8
Label
Nameplate
9
Set screw
Fixing the module
10
Connector
Connecting the module and a backplane
11
Projection
Fixing the module
6
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Ch ap te r 3 Pro duc t Spec ifica tions

AH10PM-5A
1
10 PM
2
12
RUN
E RROR
4
3
E TH
10
5
6
8
13
S TO P RUN
CN1
7
11
Ethernet
M icro S D
9
14
Number
1
Description
7
Model name of the module
Operating status of the module
RUN LED indicator
ON: The module is running.
(green)
OFF: The module stops running.
Error status of the module
ERROR LED
indicator (red)
Blink: The module is abnormal.
Ethernet connection Status of the Ethernet connection
LED indicator
ON: The Ethernet connection is being connected.
(green)
OFF: The Ethernet connection is disconnected.
USB port
Providing the mini USB communication interface
RUN: The user program is executed.
RUN/STOP switch
STOP: The execution of the user program stops.
SD slot
Providing the SD interface
8
Connector
Connecting the module and an I/O extension cable
9
Ethernet port
Providing the Ethernet communication interface
10
Extension port
Updating the firmware
2
3
4
5
6
3-62
Name
Model name
11
Label
Nameplate
12
Set screw
Fixing the module
13
14
Connector
Projection
Connecting the module and a backplane
Fixing the module
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AH20MC-5A
1
20MC
2
14
RU N
ERR OR
4
3
ETH
NET
12
5
6
7
CN1
9
15
STOP R UN
8
13
DMCNet
Mi cro S D
Ethernet
10
11
16
Number
1
Name
Description
8
Model name of the module
Operating status of the module
RUN LED indicator
ON: The module is running.
(green)
OFF: The module stops running.
Error status of the module
ERROR LED
indicator (red)
Blink: The module is abnormal.
Ethernet connection Status of the Ethernet connection
LED indicator
ON: The Ethernet connection is being connected.
(green)
OFF: The Ethernet connection is disconnected.
DMCNET
Status of the DMCNET connection
connection LED
ON: The DMCNET connection is being connected.
indicator
OFF: The DMCNET connection is disconnected.
(green)
USB port
Providing the mini USB communication interface
RUN: The user program is executed.
RUN/STOP switch
STOP: The execution of the user program stops.
SD slot
Providing the SD interface
9
Connector
Connecting the module and an I/O extension cable.
10
DMCNET port
Providing the DMCNET communication interface
11
Ethernet port
Providing the Ethernet communication interface
12
Extension port
For updating the firmware
13
Label
Nameplate
14
Set screw
Fixing the module
15
16
Connector
Projection
Connecting the module and a backplane
Fixing the module
2
3
4
5
6
7
Model name
3-63
Ch ap te r 3 Pro duc t Spec ifica tions

The I/O extension cable, and the external terminal module
1. The I/O extension cable DVPACAB7D10/DVPACAB7E10
2
1
Number
Name
1
Connector
2
Clip
Description
Connecting a motion control module and an external terminal
module
DVPACAB7D10 is a 36-pin I/O extension cable for AH04HC-5A and
AH20MC-5A.
DVPACAB7E10 is a 50-pin I/O extension cable for AH10PM-5A.
Fixing the connector
2. The external terminal module for AH04HC-5A and AH20MC-5A: DVPAETB-IO16C
1
2
4
3
3. The external terminal module for AH10PM-5A: DVPAETB-IO24
1
2
4
3
Number
3-64
Name
1
Connector
2
Terminals
Description
Connecting the external terminal module and a motion control
module
Input/Output terminals for wiring
3
Clip
Hanging the external terminal module on a DIN rail
4
Set screw
Fixing the base
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3.9.3 Dimensions

AH02HC-5A
103
35
02HC
RUN
ERROR
X0 .8+
X0 .8X0 .9+
X0 .9X0 .10+
X0 .10X0 .11 +
110
X0 .11-
X0 .0+
X0 .0X0 .1+
X0 .1Y0 .8
C0
Y0 .9
C1
6
Unit: mm
AH04HC-5A
35
103
04HC
RUN
E RR O R
CN1

110
6
Unit: mm
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Ch ap te r 3 Pro duc t Spec ifica tions

AH05PM-5A
103
35
05PM
RU N
ERR OR
S/S
X0.0
X0.1
X0.8
X0.9
X0.12
110
X0.13
Y0.0+
Y0.0Y0.1+
Y0.1Y0.2+
Y0.2Y0.3+
Y0.3Y0.8
Y0.9
COM
6
Unit: mm

AH10PM-5A
103
35
10 PM
RUN
E RR OR
E TH
CN1
S TO P RUN
110
Ethernet
M icro S D
6
Unit: mm
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
AH20MC-5A
35
103
20MC
RU N
ERR OR
ETH
CN1
NET
STOP RUN
110
Ethernet
DMCNet
Mi cro S D
6
Unit: mm

The I/O extension cable, and the external terminal module
1. The 36-pin I/O extension cable for AH04HC-5A and AH20MC-5: DVPACAB7D10
100
Unit: cm
2. The external terminal module for AH04HC-5A and AH20MC-5A: DVPAETB-IO16C
125
87
50.8
Unit: mm
3. The 50-pin I/O extension cable for AH10PM-5A: DVPACAB7E10
100
Unit: cm
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4. The external terminal module for AH10PM-5A: DVPAETB-IO24
157
87
50.8
Unit: mm
3.9.4 Arrangement of Input/Output Terminals
AH02HC-5A
AH05PM-5A
02HC
05PM
RUN
RUN
ERROR
ERROR
X0.8 +
S/S
X0.8 -
X0.0
X0.9 +
X0.1
X0.9 -
X0.8
X0.10+
X0.9
X0.10 -
X0.12
X0.11+
X0.13
X0.11-
Y0.0+
Y0.0 -
●
X0.0 +
Y0.1+
X0.0 -
Y0.1 -
X0.1 +
Y0.2+
X0.1 -
Y0.2 Y0.3+
●

Y0.8
Y0.3 -
C0
Y0.8
Y0.9
Y0.9
C1
COM
AH04HC-5A
Pin Terminal Pin Terminal Pin Terminal Pin Terminal
04HC
RU N
E RRO R
3-68
1
X0.8+
2
X0.8-
3
X0.9+
4
X0.9-
5
X0.0+
6
X0.0-
7
X0.10+
8
X0.10-
9
X0.11+
10
X0.11-
11
X0.1+
12
X0.1-
13
X0.12+
14
X0.12-
15
X0.13+
16
X0.13-
17
X0.2+
18
X0.2-
19
X0.14+
20
X0.14-
21
X0.15+
22
X0.15-
23
X0.3+
24
X0.3-
25
N/C
26
N/C
27
N/C
28
N/C
29
Y0.8
30
C0
31
Y0.9
32
C1
33
Y0.10
34
C2
35
Y0.11
36
C3
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AH10PM-5A
Pin Terminal Pin Terminal Pin Terminal Pin Terminal
50
X0.0+
49
X0.0-
48
X0.1+
47
X0.1-
46
X0.2+
45
X0.2-
44
X0.3+
43
X0.3-
42
N/C
41
N/C
40
N/C
39
N/C
38
X0.8
37
X0.9
36
X0.10
35
X0.11
34
X0.12
33
X0.13
32
X0.14
31
X0.15
30
S/S
29
N/C
28
N/C
27
N/C
26
Y0.0+
25
Y0.0-
24
Y0.1+
23
Y0.1-
22
Y0.2+
21
Y0.2-
20
Y0.3+
19
Y0.3-
18
Y0.4+
17
Y0.4-
16
Y0.5+
15
Y0.5-
14
Y0.6+
13
Y0.6-
12
Y0.7+
11
Y0.7-
10
N/C
9
N/C
8
Y0.8
7
C0
6
Y0.9
5
C1
4
Y0.10
3
C2
2
Y0.11
1
C3
10 PM
RUN
E RR OR
E TH

AH20MC-5A
Pin Terminal Pin Terminal Pin Terminal Pin Terminal
20MC
RU N
ERR OR
36
X0.8+
35
X0.8-
34
X0.9+
33
X0.9-
32
X0.0+
31
X0.0-
30
X0.10+
29
X0.10-
28
X0.11+
27
X0.11-
26
X0.1+
25
X0.1-
24
X0.12+
23
X0.12-
22
X0.13+
21
X0.13-
20
X0.2+
19
X0.2-
18
X0.14+
17
X0.14-
16
X0.15+
15
X0.15-
14
X0.3+
13
X0.3-
12
N/C
11
N/C
10
N/C
9
N/C
8
Y0.8
7
C0
6
Y0.9
5
C1
4
Y0.10
3
C2
2
Y0.11
1
C3
ETH
NET

C3
The external terminal module
1. The external terminal module for AH04HC-5A: DVPAETB-IO16C
C2
Y0.11 Y0.10
C1
C0
N/C
N/C
X0.3- X0.15- X0.14- X0.2- X0.13- X0.12- X0.1- X0.11- X0.10- X0.0-
X0.8-
24G
24G
FE
Y0.9
Y0.8
N/C
N/C
X0.3+ X0.15+ X0.14+ X0.2+ X0.13+ X0.12+ X0.1+ X0.11+ X0.10+ X0.0+ X0.9+ X0.8+
X0.9-
N/C
24V
24V
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2. The external terminal module for AH10PM-5A: DVPAETB-IO24
st
1 from the
C3
C2
C1
C0
upper left
th
15 from the
N/C X0.15 X0.13 X0.11
upper left
st
1 from the
Y0.11 Y0.10 Y0.9 Y0.8
lower left
th
15 from the
S/S X0.14 X0.12 X0.10
lower left
N/C
Y0.7-
Y0.6-
Y0.5-
Y0.4-
Y0.3-
Y0.2-
Y0.1-
Y0.0-
N/C
X0.9
N/C
N/C
X0.3-
X0.2-
X0.1-
X0.0-
24G
24G
FE
N/C
X0.8
Y0.7+ Y0.6+ Y0.5+ Y0.4+ Y0.3+ Y0.2+ Y0.1+ Y0.0+
N/C
N/C
X0.3+ X0.2+ X0.1+ X0.0+
N/C
24V
N/C
24V
3. The external terminal module for AH20MC-5A: DVPAETB-IO16C
C3
C2
Y0.11 Y0.10
C1
C0
N/C
N/C
X0.3- X0.15- X0.14- X0.2- X0.13- X0.12- X0.1- X0.11- X0.10- X0.0-
X0.8-
24G
24G
FE
Y0.9
Y0.8
N/C
N/C
X0.3+ X0.15+ X0.14+ X0.2+ X0.13+ X0.12+ X0.1+ X0.11+ X0.10+ X0.0+ X0.9+ X0.8+
X0.9-
N/C
24V
24V
3.10 Specifications for the RTU module
3.10.1 General Specifications

AHRTU-DNET-5A
Item
Communication
type
Electrical
isolation
Connector type
Data type
Communication
speed
Communication
cable
3-70
Specifications
CAN
500 V DC
Removable connector (5.08 mm)
I/O polled, and explicit
Standard mode: 125 kbps, 250 kbps, and 500 kbps
Extended mode: 10 kbps, 20 kbps, 50 kbps, 125 kbps, 250 kbps,
500 kbps, 800 kbps, and 1 Mbps
Delta shielded twisted pair
(Two communication cables, two power cables, and one shielded cable)
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3.10.2 Profiles

AHRTU-DNET-5A
1
9
6
2
7
1
x10
3
N od e A ddr e ss
0
x10
10
DR 1
DR 0
IN 1
IN 0
4
8
5
11
Number
1
3
Model name
Seven-segment
display
Address knob
4
Function switch
2
Description
Model name of the module
Display
Setting the address
6
Setting the functions
DeviceNet is used to interconnect control devices for data
DeviceNet connector
exchange.
MS LED indicator
Indicating the status of the module
7
NS LED indicator
Indicating the status of the network
8
Label
Nameplate
9
Set screw
Fixing the module
10
11
Connector
Projection
Connecting the module and a backplane
Fixing the module
5

Name
The address knobs
It is used to set the node address of AHRTU-DNET-5A on a DeviceNet network. (Node
addresses range from 0 to 63.)
Setting
Description
0…63
Available nodes on a DeviceNet
network
64…99
Unavailable nodes on a
DeviceNet network
Example: If users want to set the communication address of AHRTU-DNET-5A to 26, they can
turn the knob corresponding to x101 to 2, and turn the knob corresponding to x100 to
6.
Note:
1. When the power supply is cut off, the node address is set. After the setting of the node
address is complete, AHRTU-DNET-5A can be supplied with power.
2. If AHRTU-DNET-5A is running, changing the node address is unavailable.
3. Please use a slotted screwdriver to turn the knobs with care, and do not scrape them.
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
The function switch
The function switch provides the following functions:
1. Setting the working mode (IN 0)
2. Setting the transmission speed of a DeviceNet network (DR 0~DR 1)
DR1
DR0
Transmission speed
OFF
OFF
125 kbps
OFF
ON
250 kbps
ON
OFF
ON
ON
IN1
IN0
500 kbps
Entering the extendable serial
transmission speed mode
Reserved
If the slave is disconnected, the
ON
previous I/O data is retained.
If the slave is disconnected, the
OFF
previous I/O data is cleared.
Note:
1.
When the power supply is cut off, the functions are set. After the setting of the functions is
complete, AHRTU-DNET-5A can be supplied with power.
2.
If AHRTU-DNET-5A is running, changing the functions is unavailable.
3.
Please use a slotted screwdriver to adjust the DIP switch with care, and do not scrape
them.

The DeviceNet connector
Pin
Signal
Color
Description
5
V+
Red
24 V DC
4
CAN_H
White
Signal +
3
Ground
-
It is connected to a
shielded cable.
2
CAN_L
Blue
Signal -
1
V-
Black
0 V DC
5
4
3
2
1
3.10.3 Dimensions

AHRTU-DNET-5A
103
40
x10
N o d e A d dr e ss
x10
DR 1
DR 0
IN 1
IN 0
110
6
Unit: mm
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3.11 Space Module and Extension Cables
3.11.1 Profiles

The space module AHASP01-5A
2
3
1
4
Number

Name
Description
1
Label
Nameplate
2
Set screw
Fixing the module
3
Connector
Connecting the module and a backplane
4
Projection
Fixing the module
The extension cable
2
1
Number
Name
Description
1
Connector
Connecting backplanes
1. AHACAB06-5A
2. AHACAB10-5A
3. AHACAB15-5A
4. AHACAB30-5A
2
Clip
Fixing the connector
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3.11.2 Dimensions

The space module AHASP01-5A
35
103
110
6
Unit: mm

The extension cable
3-74
Extension cable
AHACAB06-5A
Length
0.6 m
AHACAB10-5A
1.0 m
AHACAB15-5A
1.5 m
AHACAB30-5A
3.0 m
Chapter 4
Addressing
Table of Contents
4.1
I/O Addressing...........................................................................................4-2
4.2
Software-defined Addresses......................................................................4-2
4.2.1
Start Addresses for Digital Input/Output Modules ..............................4-2
4.2.2
Start Addresses for Analog Input/Output Modules .............................4-3
4.2.3
Start Addresses for Temperature Measurement Modules..................4-4
4.2.4
Start Addresses for Motion Control Modules......................................4-4
4.2.5
Start Addresses for Network Modules ................................................4-5
4.3
User-defined Addresses ............................................................................4-5
4.3.1
Start Addresses for Digital Input/Output Modules ..............................4-5
4.3.2
Start Addresses for Analog Input/Output Modules .............................4-6
4.3.3
Start Addresses for Temperature Measurement Modules..................4-7
4.3.4
Start Addresses for Motion Control Modules......................................4-7
4.3.5
Start Addresses for Network Modules ................................................4-8 4-1
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4.1 I/O Addressing
The distribution of input devices and that of output devices to an AH500 series input/output module
installed on a local backplane are explained in this chapter.
HWCONFIG in ISPSoft
The following is the HWCONFIG window in ISPSoft. Please refer to chapter 8 in AH500 Operation
Manual for more information related to the hardware configuration.
The software-defined address
Addresses are automatically assigned to an input/output module through HWCONFIG in ISPSoft. In
other words, a start address is automatically assigned to an input/output module through
HWCONFIG in ISPSoft.
The user-defined address
Users can assign a start address to an input/output module through HWCONFIG in ISPSoft. The
advantage is that a start address assigned to an input/output module is the address set by users.
Besides, users can write a program easily.
4.2 Software-defined Addresses
4.2.1
Start Addresses for Digital Input/Output Modules
Input/Output devices are automatically assigned to a digital input/output module through
HWCONFIG in ISPSoft according to the number of inputs/outputs which the digital input/output
module has. The default start addresses are shown below.
z AH16AM10N-5A: There are 16 inputs. The input device range occupies 16 bits. (Xn.0~Xn.15)
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z
z
z
z
z
z
AH16AN01R-5A: There are 16 inputs. The input device range occupies 16 bits. (Yn.0~Yn.15)
AH16AP11R-5A: There are 8 inputs, and 8 outputs. The input device range occupies 16 bits,
and the output device range occupies 16 bits. (Xn.0~Xn.15, and
Yn.0~Yn.15)
AH32AM10N-5B: There are 32 inputs. The input device range occupies 32 bits.
(Xn.0~Xn+1.15)
AH32AN02T-5B: There are 32 outputs. The output device range occupies 32 bits.
(Yn.0~Yn+1.15)
AH64AM10N-5C: There are 64 inputs. The input device range occupies 64 bits.
(Xn.0~Xn+3.15)
AH64AN02P-5C: There are 64 inputs. The output device range occupies 64 bits.
(Yn.0~Yn+3.15)
4.2.2
Start Addresses for Analog Input/Output Modules
Input/Output data registers are automatically assigned to an analog input/output module through
HWCONFIG in ISPSoft according to the number of registers which is defined for the analog
input/output module. A channel occupies two words.
z AH04AD-5A: There are 4 input channels. The input device range occupies 8 data registers.
z AH08AD-5B: There are 8 input channels. The input device range occupies 16 data registers
z AH06XA-5A: There are 4 input channels, and 2 output channels. The input device range
occupies 8 data registers, and the output device range occupies 4 data registers.
z AH04DA-5A: There are 4 output channels. The output device range occupies 8 data registers.
z AH08DA-5B: There are 8 output channels. The output device range occupies 16 data
registers.
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4.2.3
Start Addresses for Temperature Measurement Modules
Input data registers are automatically assigned to a temperature measurement module through
HWCONFIG in ISPSoft according to the number of registers which is defined for the temperature
measurement module. A channel occupies two words.
z AH04PT-5A: There are 4 input channels. The input device range occupies 8 data registers.
z AH04TC-5A: There are 4 input channels. The input device range occupies 8 data registers.
z AH08TC-5A: There are 8 input channels. The input device range occupies 16 data registers
4.2.4
Start Addresses for Motion Control Modules
Input/Output data registers are automatically assigned to a motion control module through
HWCONFIG in ISPSoft according to the number of registers which is defined for the motion control
module.
z AH02HC-5A: There are 2 input channels. The input device range occupies 14 data registers,
and the output device range occupies 2 data registers.
z AH04HC-5A: There are 4 input channels. The input device range occupies 28 data registers,
and the output device range occupies 4 data registers.
z AH10PM-5A: No input registers and no output registers are assigned to it. Please refer to
AH5000 Motion Control Module Manual for more information about the parameter
setting.
z AH20MC-5A: No input registers and no output registers are assigned to it. Please refer to
AH5000 Motion Control Module Manual for more information about the parameter
setting.
4-4
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4.2.5
Start Addresses for Network Modules
Input/Output data registers are automatically assigned to a motion control module through
HWCONFIG in ISPSoft according to the number of registers which is defined for the motion control
module.
z AH10EN-5A: The input device range occupies 20 data registers, and the output device range
occupies 20 data registers.
z AH10SCM-5A: The input device range occupies 18 data registers.
z AH10DNET-5A: No input registers and no output registers are assigned to it.
4.3 User-defined Addresses
4.3.1 Start Addresses for Digital Input/Output Modules
Users can assign input devices and output devices to a digital input/output module through
HWCONFIG in ISPSoft. The input devices should be within the range between X0.0 and X511.15,
and the output devices should be within the range between Y0.0 and Y511.15. Take AH16AP11R-5A
for example. The original input devices are X0.0~X0.15, and the original output devices are
Y0.0~Y0.15. Users can change the input device range from X0.0~X0.15 to X10.0~X10.15, and
change the output device range from Y0.0~Y0.15 to Y20.0~Y20.15.
z
The default input/output device range: X0.0~X0.15, and Y0.0~Y0.15
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z
The user-defined input/output device range: X10.0~X10.15, and Y20.0~Y20.15
4.3.2 Start Addresses for Analog Input/Output Modules
Users can assign input registers and output registers to an analog input/output module through
HWCONFIG in ISPSoft. The input registers and the output registers should be within the range
between D0 and D65535. Take AH06XA-5A for example. The original input registers are D0~D7,
and the original output registers are D8~D11. Users can change the input device range from
D0~D7 to D50~D57, and change the output device range from D8~D11 to D100~D103.
z
The default input/output device range: D0~D7, and D8~D11
z
4-6
The user-defined input/output device range: D50~D57, and D100~D103
Ch ap te r 4 Ad dress ing
4.3.3 Start Addresses for Temperature Measurement Modules
Users can assign input registers to a temperature measurement module through HWCONFIG in
ISPSoft. The input registers should be within the range between D0 and D65535. Take AH08TC-5A
for example. The original input registers are D0~D15. Users can change the input device range
from D0~D15 to D60~D75.
z
The default input device range: D0~D15
z
The user-defined input device range: D60~D75
4.3.4 Start Addresses for Motion Control Modules
Users can assign input registers and output registers to a motion control module through
HWCONFIG in ISPSoft. The input registers should be within the range between D0 and D65535,
and the output registers should be within the range between D0 and D65535. Take AH04HC-5A for
example. The original input registers are D0~D27. Users can change the input device range from
D0~D27 to D200~D227.
z
The default input device range: D0~D27
z
The user-defined input device range: D200~D227
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4.3.5 Start Addresses for Network Modules
Users can assign input registers and output registers to a network module through HWCONFIG in
ISPSoft. The input registers should be within the range between D0 and D65535, and the output
registers should be within the range between D0 and D65535. Take AH10EN-5A for example. The
original input registers are D0~D19. Users can change the input device range from D0~D19 to
D150~D169.
z
The default input device range: D0~D19
z
4-8
The user-defined input device range: D150~D169
Chapter 5
Wiring
Table of Contents
5.1
Wiring ........................................................................................................5-3
5.2
Power Wiring .............................................................................................5-4
5.2.1
Precautions ........................................................................................5-4
5.2.2
Ground ...............................................................................................5-5
5.2.3
Wiring the Power Supply Module .......................................................5-5
5.2.4
Power Consumption ...........................................................................5-7
5.3
Wiring CPU Modules .................................................................................5-9
5.4
Wiring Digital Input/Output Modules ........................................................5-10
5.4.1
Wiring AH16AM10N-5A....................................................................5-10
5.4.2
Wiring AH16AM30N-5A....................................................................5-11
5.4.3
Wiring AH16AN01T-5A ....................................................................5-12
5.4.4
Wiring AH16AN01P-5A ....................................................................5-13
5.4.5
Wiring AH16AN01R-5A ....................................................................5-14
5.4.6
Wiring AH16AN01S-5A ....................................................................5-15
5.4.7
Wiring AH16AP11T-5A .....................................................................5-16
5.4.8
Wiring AH16AP11P-5A.....................................................................5-17
5.4.9
Wiring AH16AP11R-5A.....................................................................5-18
5.4.10
External Terminal Module for AH32AM10N-5B .............................5-18
5.4.11
External Terminal Modules for AH32AN02T-5B ............................5-19
5.4.12
External Terminal Modules for AH32AN02P-5B............................5-19
5.4.13
External Terminal Module for AH64AM10N-5C.............................5-20
5.4.14
External Terminal Module for AH64AN02T-5C..............................5-20
5.4.15
External Terminal Module for AH64AN02P-5C .............................5-21
5.5
Wiring Digital Input/Output Terminals ......................................................5-21
5.5.1
Wiring Digital Input Terminals ..........................................................5-21
5.5.1.1
Sinking and Sourcing ................................................................5-21
5.5.1.2
Relay type .................................................................................5-21
5.5.1.3
Open-collector Input Type .........................................................5-22
5.5.1.4
Two-wire Proximity Switch ........................................................5-22
5.5.1.5
Three-wire Switch .....................................................................5-23
5.5.1.6
Optoelectronic Switch ...............................................................5-23
5.5.1.7
Voltage Input (120~240 V AC) ..................................................5-24
5.5.2
Wiring Digital Output Terminals........................................................5-24
5.5.2.1
Output Circuits ..........................................................................5-24
5.5.2.2
Relay Output Circuit ..................................................................5-25
5.5.2.3
Transistor Output Circuit ...........................................................5-27
5.5.2.4
TRIAC Output Circuit ................................................................5-29
5.6
Wiring Analog Input/Output Modules .......................................................5-30
5.6.1
Wiring AH04AD-5A...........................................................................5-30
5.6.2
Wiring AH08AD-5B...........................................................................5-31
5.6.3
Wiring AH04DA-5A...........................................................................5-31
5.6.4
Wiring AH08DA-5B...........................................................................5-32
5.6.5
Wiring AH06XA-5A...........................................................................5-33
5.7
Wiring Temperature Measurement Modules............................................5-34
5-1
5.7.1
Wiring AH04PT-5A........................................................................... 5-34
5.7.2
Wiring AH04TC-5A .......................................................................... 5-35
5.7.3
Wiring AH08TC-5A .......................................................................... 5-35
5.8
Wiring Network Modules ......................................................................... 5-36
5.8.1
Wiring AH10DNET-5A ..................................................................... 5-36
5.8.1.1
DeviceNet Connector................................................................ 5-36
5.8.1.2
Joining the Cable to the DeviceNet Connector ......................... 5-36
5.8.1.3
Installing the DeviceNet Connector........................................... 5-37
5.8.2
Wiring AH10EN-5A .......................................................................... 5-37
5.8.3
Wiring AH10SCM-5A ....................................................................... 5-37
5.9
Wiring the RTU Module ........................................................................... 5-38
5.9.1
Wiring AHRTU-DNET-5A ................................................................. 5-38
5.9.1.1
DeviceNet Connector................................................................ 5-38
5.9.1.2
Joining the Cable to the DeviceNet Connector ......................... 5-38
5.9.1.3
Installing the DeviceNet Connector........................................... 5-39
5.10
Wiring Motion Control Modules............................................................ 5-39
5.10.1
Specifications for Motion Control Modules ................................... 5-39
5.10.2
I/O Extension Cables and External Terminal Modules.................. 5-48
5.10.3
Wiring AH02HC-5A and AH04HC-5A ........................................... 5-50
5.10.3.1
External Wiring ...................................................................... 5-51
5.10.3.2
Wiring the Differential Inputs ................................................. 5-52
5.10.3.3
Transistor Output Circuit........................................................ 5-52
5.10.4
Wiring AH05PM-5A and AH10PM-5A .......................................... 5-54
5.10.4.1
Wiring the Input Terminals ..................................................... 5-56
5.10.4.2
Wiring the Output Terminals .................................................. 5-58
5.10.4.3
Wiring AH10PM-5A and an Inferior Servo Drive.................... 5-60
5.10.5
Wiring AH20MC-5A ...................................................................... 5-65
5.10.5.1
Wiring the Differential Input Terminals ................................... 5-66
5.10.5.2
Transistor Output Circuit........................................................ 5-66
5-2
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5.1 Wiring
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The points for attention
● Before installing or wiring a module, users need to make sure that the external power
supply is turned off. If the power supply is not turned off, users may get an electric
DANGER
shock, or the product may be damaged.
● If the installation of the module or the wiring of the module is complete, users need to
make sure that a terminal block cover is installed on the module before they turn on the
power supply or operate the module. If the terminal block cover is not installed properly,
users may get an electric shock, or the module may not operate normally.
● Be sure to connect the terminals FG and LG with protective grounding conductors.
Otherwise, users may get an electric shock, or the module may not operate normally.
● To ensure that a PLC is wired correctly, users need to check the rated voltage of the
product, and the arrangement of the terminals. If the PLC is connected to the power
supply which does not conform to the rated voltage, or the product is not wired correctly,
a fire accident will occur, or the product will be damaged.
● The external connections should be crimped or press-welded by specific tools, or
soldered correctly. The improper connections will result in a short circuit, a fire accident,
or erroneous operation.
● Tighten the terminal screws with the specified torque. If the terminal screws are loose, a
short circuit, a fire accident, or erroneous operation will occur. Tightening the terminal
screws too far, may cause damage to the terminal screws and the module, resulting in a
short circuit or a malfunction.
● Make sure that there are no foreign substances such as iron filings or wiring debris
inside the module. Theses foreign substances may result in a fire accident, damage, or
erroneous operation.
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Wiring an I/O module
(1) Terminals with insulation sleeves can not be arranged as a terminal block. It is
recommended that the terminals be covered with insulation tubes.
(2) Please use single-core cables or twin-core cables. The diameters of the cables used
should be within the range between 12 AWG and 22 AWG. The torques applied to the
screw terminals should be within the range between 5 kg-cm (4.3 Ib-in) and 8 kg-cm (6.9
Ib-in). Please use copper conducting wires. The temperature of the copper conducting
wires should be 60/75°C.
(3) Please keep the input cables, the output cables, and the power cable separate form one
another.
(4) If the main circuit and the power cable can not be separated from each other, please use a
shielded cable, and ground it at the side of the I/O module. In some cases, the shielded
cable is grounded at the opposite side.
Shilded cable
Load through which the
alternating current passes
AC power
supply
(5) If users wire a module by means of piping, they need to ground the piping correctly.
(6) Please keep 24 V DC input cables separate from 110 V AC input cables and 220 V DC
input cables.
(7) If the wiring length is more than 200 meters (686.67 inches), the leakage current will result
from parasitic capacitance, and the system will break down.
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Grounding a cable
Please ground a cable according to the steps below.
(1) Please ground a cable correctly.
(2) The area of the cross-section of the cable which is grounded should be 2 mm2 or larger
than 2 mm2.
(3) The ground point should be near the PLC. Ground the cable properly.
Note
(1) The 110 V/220 V power cable and the 24 V DC power cable should be thick cables. (The area of
the cross-section of the cable is 2 mm2, and the diameter of the cable is 14 AWG.) Be sure to
twist the power cables at terminal screws. To prevent the short circuit which results from loose
screws, users need to use solderless terminals with insulation sleeves.
(2) If cables are connected to the terminals LG and FG, the cables need to be grounded. Do not
connect LG and FG to any devices. If LG and FG are not grounded, the PLC will be susceptible
to noise. Since LG have potential, users will get an electric shock if they touch metal parts.
5.2 Power Wiring
5.2.1 Precautions

The power wiring
(a) Please separate the power cable of AHPS05-5A from the power cables for the I/O device
and the power device. If there is much noise, connect an isolating transformer.
Isolating transformer
AHPS05-5A
AC power supply
100-240 V
I/O equipment
Other equipment
(b) The 110 V AC cable, the 220 V AC cable, and the 24 V DC cable should be twisted, and
connected to a module within a short distance.
(c) Do not bundle 110 V AC cable, the 220 V AC cable, the 24 V DC cable, the main circuit, and
the I/O signal cable together. Besides, it is recommended that the distance between
adjacent cables is 100 millimeters.
(d) To prevent the surge resulting from lightning, please install a surge absorber as follows.
Surge absorber
AC power supply
100-240V
AHPS05-5A
I/O equipment
Note:
1. The surge absorber and the PLC system should be grounded at different places.
2. Please select the surge absorber whose working voltage is not less than the maximum
allowable input voltage.
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5.2.2 Ground



The diameter of the ground should not
be less than the diameters of the cables
connected to the terminals L and N.
If much equipment is used, please use
single-point ground.
AHPS05-5A
Other equipment
The single-point ground is better.
If single-point ground can not be used,
please use common-point ground.
AHPS05-5A
Other equipment
The common-point ground is permitted.

Users can not ground equipment in the
way shown on the right.
AHPS05-5A
Other equipment
The equipment can not be grounded in this way.
5.2.3 Wiring the Power Supply Module
Control box
P/S
24V
0V
Functional ground *2
Power cable *3
100~240V
PS05
*1
CPU530
06XA
VS+
VSNC
FG
LG
L
UP
N
ZP
*1. The 24 V power supply is connected to VS+ and VS- on the power supply module. VS+ and VScan be used to detect whether the voltage of the external power supply is stable.
*2. FG on the power supply module is connected to the control box as the functional ground.
*3. The live cable and the neutral cable are connected to L and N on the power supply module
respectively. To prevent the system from becoming abnormal, the ground has to be connected to
LG on the power supply module.
The power input of AHPS05-5A is the AC input. Users have to pay attention to the following points
when they use AHPS05-5A.

The alternating-current input voltage is within the range between 100 V AC and 240 V AC.
Please connect the power supply to the terminals L and N. If the 110 V AC or the 220 V AC
power supply is connected to the input terminals VS+ and VS-, the PLC will be damaged.

In order to ensure that the 24 V DC external power supply is provided stably, it can be
connected to VS+ and VS-. If the PLC detects that the voltage of the external power supply is
lower than the working voltage, users can write a protective program.
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The length of the cable connecting with the ground is 1.6 millimeters.
If the power cut lasts for less than 10 milliseconds, the PLC keeps running without being
affected. If the power cut lasts for long, or if the voltage of the power supply decreases, the
PLC stops running, and there is no output. When the power supply returns to normal, the PLC
resumes. (Users have to notice that there are latched auxiliary relays and registers in the PLC
when they write the program.)
Please use single-core cables or multicore cables. The diameters of the cables used should be
with the range between 12 AWG and 22 AWG. The torque applied to the terminal screws
should be 9.50 kg-cm (8.25 Ib-in). Please use copper conducting wires. The temperature of
the copper conducting wires should be 60/75°C.
Safety wiring: The PLC controls many devices, and the activity of any device affects the
activity of other devices. If any device breaks down, the whole automatic control system goes
out of control, and the danger occurs. The protection circuit is as follows.
MC
AC
100~240V
50/60Hz
24VDC
VSAHPS05-5A
CPU
2A
ZP
ZP
DI/DO
Module
AI/AO
Module
Network
Module
Motion
control
Module
L
N
24VDC
VSAHPS05-5A
2A
ZP
AI/AO
Module
L
N
①
Alternating-current power supply: 100~240 V AC, and 50/60 Hz
②
④
Circuit breaker
Emergency stop: The emergency stop button can be used to cut off the power when an
emergency occurs.
Power indicator
⑤
Load through which the alternating current passes
③
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⑥
2 A Fuse
⑦
The ground impedance is less than 100 Ω.
○
8
Direct-current power supply: 24 V DC
5.2.4 Power Consumption
Classification
CPU module
Main
backplane
Extension
backplane
Digital I/O
module
Model name
Internal power
consumption
External power
consumption
AHCPU500-RS2
2W
-
AHCPU510-RS2
2W
-
AHCPU520-RS2
2W
-
AHCPU530-RS2
2W
-
AHCPU500-EN
2W
-
AHCPU510-EN
2W
-
AHCPU520-EN
2W
-
AHCPU530-EN
2W
-
AHBP04M1-5A
10 mW
-
AHBP06M1-5A
10 mW
-
AHBP08M1-5A
10 mW
-
AHBP12M1-5A
10 mW
-
AHBP06E1-5A
1.41 W
-
AHBP08E1-5A
1.41 W
-
AH16AM10N-5A
0.1 W
1.9 W
AH16AM30N-5A
0.1 W
-
AH16AN01P-5A
0.2 W
0.4 W
AH16AN01R-5A
2.1 W
-
AH16AN01S-5A
0.6 W
-
AH16AN01T-5A
0.2 W
0.4 W
AH16AP11P-5A
0.2 W
0.2 W
AH16AP11R-5A
1.1 W
-
AH16AP11T-5A
0.2 W
0.2 W
AH32AM10N-5A
0.2 W
3.8 W
AH32AM10N-5B
0.2 W
3.8 W
AH32AM10N-5C
0.2 W
3.8 W
AH32AN02P-5A
0.4 W
0.8 W
AH32AN02P-5B
0.4 W
0.8 W
AH32AN02P-5C
0.4 W
0.8 W
AH32AN02T-5A
0.4 W
0.8 W
AH32AN02T-5B
0.4 W
0.8 W
AH32AN02T-5C
0.4 W
0.8 W
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Classification
Digital I/O
module
Analog I/O
module
Temperature
measurement
module
Motion control
module
Network
module
RTU module
5-8
Model name
Internal power
consumption
External power
consumption
AH64AM10N-5C
0.2 W
4.9 W
AH64AN02P-5C
0.6 W
1.5 W
AH64AN02T-5C
0.6 W
1.5 W
AH04AD-5A
0.35 W
1W
AH04DA-5A
0.34 W
2.6 W
AH06XA-5A
0.34 W
1.4 W
AH08AD-5B
1.9 W
-
AH08AD-5C
1.6 W
-
AH08DA-5B
2.5 W
2.2 W
AH04PT-5A
2W
-
AH04TC-5A
1.5 W
-
AH08TC-5A
1.5 W
-
AH02HC-5A
2.4 W
-
AH04HC-5A
2.4 W
-
AH05PM-5A
2.7 W
-
AH10PM-5A
2.7 W
-
AH20MC-5A
3W
-
AH10EN-5A
1.6 W
-
AH10SCM-5A
1.2 W
-
AH10DNET-5A
0.9 W
0.72 W
AH10PFBS-5A
1W
-
AHRTU-DNET-5A
0.75 W
0.72 W
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5.3 Wiring CPU Modules


AHCPU530-RS2
AHCPU530-EN
E the r ne t
Ethernet
C
O
M
2
DB9
USB
USB
C OM
SD Card
C
O
M
1

SD Card
The DB9 connector
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

DB9
The USB port
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
RS485
D+
N/C
N/C
N/C
Ground
DN/C
N/C
N/C
Function
RS422
RX+
N/C
N/C
TX2
Ground
RXN/C
N/C
TX-
RS232
N/C
RX
TX
N/C
Ground
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
5
4
9
2
3
8
7
1
6
Function
VBUS (4.4–5.25 V)
D−
D+
Ground
Ground
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The Ethernet port
Pin
Signal
TX+
1
TX2
RX+
3
-4
-5
RX6
-7
-8
Description
Transmitting data +
Transmitting data Receiving data +
N/C
N/C
Receiving data N/C
N/C
5.4 Wiring Digital Input/Output Modules
The wiring of digital input/output modules is illustrated simply in this section. The simplistic wiring
diagrams below also illustrate how the power supplies are connected to S/S, UP, ZP and COM. If
users want to get more information about the wiring of digital input/output terminals, they can refer to
section 5.5 in this manual.
5.4.1 Wiring AH16AM10N-5A
Input form
Input current
5-10
Direct current (sinking or sourcing)
24 V DC, 5 mA
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5.4.2 Wiring AH16AM30N-5A
Input form
Input current
Alternating current
120 V AC, 4.5 mA; 240 V AC, 9 mA
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5.4.3 Wiring AH16AN01T-5A
Input type
Voltage specifications
5-12
Transistor-T (sinking)
12~30 V DC
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5.4.4 Wiring AH16AN01P-5A
Input type
Voltage specifications
Transistor-P (sourcing)
12~30 V DC
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5.4.5 Wiring AH16AN01R-5A
Input type
Voltage specifications
5-14
Relay-R
Below 250 V AC, below 30 V DC
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5.4.6 Wiring AH16AN01S-5A
Input type
Voltage specifications
TRIAC-S
120/240 V AC
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5.4.7 Wiring AH16AP11T-5A
Input form
Input current
Input type
Voltage specifications
5-16
Direct current (sinking or sourcing)
24 V DC, 5 mA
Transistor-T (sourcing)
12~30 V DC
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5.4.8 Wiring AH16AP11P-5A
Input form
Input current
Input type
Voltage specifications
Direct current (sinking or sourcing)
24 V DC, 5 mA
Transistor-P (sourcing)
12~30 V DC
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5.4.9 Wiring AH16AP11R-5A
Input form
Input current
Input type
Voltage specifications
Direct current (sinking or sourcing)
24 V DC, 5 mA
Relay-R
Below 250 V AC, below 30 V DC
5.4.10 External Terminal Module for AH32AM10N-5B
DVPAETB-ID32B
Input form
Input current
Upper row
Lower row
5-18
Direct current (sinking or sourcing)
24 V DC, 5 mA
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5.4.11 External Terminal Modules for AH32AN02T-5B
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DVPAETB-OT32B
Input type
Voltage specifications
Transistor-T (sinking)
12~30 V DC
Upper row
Lower row

DVPAETB-OR32A
Input type
Voltage specifications
Relay-R
Below 250 V AC, below 30VDC
1st from the left
21st from the left
5.4.12 External Terminal Modules for AH32AN02P-5B

DVPAETB-OT32B
Input type
Voltage specifications
Transistor-P (sourcing)
12~30 V DC
Upper row
Lower row
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DVPAETB-OR32B
Input type
Voltage specifications
Relay-R
Below 250 V AC, below 30 V DC
st
1 from the left
st
21 from the left
5.4.13 External Terminal Module for AH64AM10N-5C
DVPAETB-ID32A
Input form
Input current
Direct current (sinking or sourcing)
24 V DC, 3.2 mA
Upper row
Lower row
5.4.14 External Terminal Module for AH64AN02T-5C
DVPAETB-OR16A
Input type
Voltage specifications
5-20
Relay-R
Below 250 V AC, below 30 V DC
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5.4.15 External Terminal Module for AH64AN02P-5C
DVPAETB-OR16B
Input type
Voltage specifications
Relay-R
Below 250 V AC, below 30 V DC
5.5 Wiring Digital Input/Output Terminals
5.5.1 Wiring Digital Input Terminals
5.5.1.1 Sinking and Sourcing
The input signal is the 24 V DC power input. Sinking and sourcing are current driving capabilities of
a circuit. They are defined as follows.

Sinking

Sourcing
Souring=The current flows from the
common terminal S/S.
Sinking=The current flows into the
common terminal S/S.
5.5.1.2 Relay type

Sinking
I/O
Internal circuit
X0.0
Internal
circuit
S/S
24VDC
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Sourcing
I/O
Internal circuit
X0.0
Internal
circuit
S/S
24VDC
5.5.1.3 Open-collector Input Type

Sinking
(An NPN transistor whose collector is open)
I/O
Internal circuit
X0.0
Internal
circuit
S/S
24VDC
NPN

Sourcing
(A PNP transistor whose collector is open)
I/O
Internal circuit
+Vcc
X0.0
Internal
circuit
S/S
0V
PNP
24VDC
5.5.1.4 Two-wire Proximity Switch
Please use the two-wire proximity switch whose leakage current IL is less than 1.5 mA when the
switch is OFF. If the leakage current is larger than 1.5 mA, please connect the divider resistance Rb
gotten from the formula below.
Rb 

6
(k Ω)
IL  1.5
Sinking
IL
I/O
X0.0
Internal
circuit
Rb
S/S
24VDC
Two-wire proximity switch
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Sourcing
I/O
IL
X0.0
Internal
circuit
Rb
S/S
24VDC
Two-wire proximity switch
5.5.1.5 Three-wire Switch

Sinking
I/O
Three-wire switch

X0.0
Internal
circuit
S/S
24VDC
Sourcing
I/O
Three-wire switch
X0.0
Internal
circuit
S/S
24VDC
5.5.1.6 Optoelectronic Switch

Sinking
I/O
X0.0
Above
15 V DC
Internal
circuit
S/S
24VDC
Optoelectronic switch
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Sourcing
I/O
X0.0
Internal
circuit
Above
15 V DC
S/S
24VDC
Optoelectronic switch
5.5.1.7 Voltage Input (120~240 V AC)
I/O
X0.0
120/
240VAC
Internal
circuit
COM
5.5.2 Wiring Digital Output Terminals
5.5.2.1 Output Circuits
There are three types of output units. They are relay outputs, transistor outputs, and TRIAC outputs.
1.
The relay output
I/O relay output
Load through which the
alternating current flows
AC power supply
2.
The transistor output
NPN transistor output
Load through
which the direct
current flows
DC power supply
PNP transistor output
Load through
which the direct
current flows
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3.
The TRIAC output
Load through which the
alternating current flows
5.5.2.2 Relay Output Circuit
Relay terminals have no polarity. They can be applied to alternating current which passes through a
load, or direct current which passes through a load. The maximum current which can passes
through every relay terminal is 2 A, and the maximum current which can passes through every
common terminal is 5 A. The lifetime of a relay terminal varies with the working voltage, the load
type (the power factor cosψ), and the current passing through the terminal. The relation is shown in
the life cycle curve below.
120VAC Resistive
30VDC Inductive(t=7ms)
3000
2000
240VAC Inductive(cosψ = 0.4)
3
Operation(X10 )
1000
120VAC Inductive(cosψ =0.4)
500
300
200
100
50
30
20
0.1
30VDC
Inductive
(t=40ms)
0.2 0.3
0.5 0.7
1
2
Contact Current(A)

The relay output circuit
①
Direct-current power supply
②
Emergency stop: An external switch is used.
Fuse: To protect the output circuit, a fuse having a breaking capacity within the range
between 5 A and 10 A is connected to the common terminal.
③
④
Alternating-current power supply
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Relay/Solenoid valve through which the direct current passes: A diode is connected in
parallel to absorb the surge voltage which occurs when the load is OFF.
⑤
V DC power supply
Electromagnetic contactor through which the alternating current passes: A resistor and a
capacitor are connected in parallel to absorb the surge voltage which occurs when the load is
OFF.
Electromagnetic contactor
⑥
Bulb (incandescent lamp) through which the direct current passes: A thermistor is connected
in series to absorb the surge current which occurs when the load is ON.
V DC power supply
⑦
○
8
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Bulb (neon lamp) through which the alternating current passes: A thermistor is connected in
series to absorb the surge current which occurs when the load is ON.
Mutually exclusive output: Y0.4 controls the clockwise rotation of the motor, and Y0.5
controls the counterclockwise rotation of the motor. The interlock circuit which is formed, and
the program in the PLC ensure that there are protective measures if an abnormal condition
occurs.
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5.5.2.3 Transistor Output Circuit
The AH500 series transistor outputs are equipped with the diodes which provide the
counter-electromotive force protection. They can be used if they do not switch between ON and
OFF states frequently and there are low-power inductive loads. If they switch between ON and OFF
states frequently and there are high-power inductive loads, they must be connected to noise
suppression circuits to reduce the noise and prevent the overvoltage or the overheating from
damaging the transistor output circuit.

The NPN/PNP transistor output circuit
①
Direct-current power supply
②
Emergency stop
③
Fuse
The transistor outputs are open collectors. If Y0.0/Y0.1 is a pulse train output, the output
current passing through the output pull-up resistor must be larger than 0.1 A to ensure that
the transistor operates normally.
Relay/Solenoid valve through which the direct current passes: A diode is connected in
parallel to absorb the surge voltage which occurs when the load is OFF.
Relay/Solenoid valve
DC power supply
④
DC power supply
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Bulb (incandescent lamp) through which the direct current passes: A thermistor is connected
in series to absorb the surge current which occurs when the load is ON.
⑤
PNP transistor output
Y0.2 can not be connected to the power supply directly. The output wiring must be connected
to a load.
⑥
⑦
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Mutually exclusive output: Y0.3 controls the clockwise rotation of the motor, and Y0.4
controls the counterclockwise rotation of the motor. The interlock circuit which is formed, and
the program in the PLC ensure that there are protective measures if an abnormal condition
occurs.
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5.5.2.4 TRIAC Output Circuit
TRIAC terminals only can be applied to alternating current which passes through a load. The
maximum current which can passes through every TRIAC terminal is 0.5 A, and the maximum
current which can passes through every common terminal is 2 A.

The TRIAC output circuit
①
②
③
④
Emergency stop: An external switch is used.
Fuse: To protect the output circuit, a fuse having a breaking capacity within the range
between 5 A and 10 A is connected to the common terminal.
Alternating-current power supply.
Mutually exclusive output: Y0.0 controls the clockwise rotation of the motor, and Y0.1
controls the counterclockwise rotation of the motor. The interlock circuit which is formed, and
the program in the PLC ensure that there are protective measures if an abnormal condition
occurs.
Electromagnetic contactor through which the alternating current passes: A resistor and a
capacitor are connected in parallel to absorb the surge voltage which occurs when the load is
OFF.
⑤
Bulb (neon lamp) through which the alternating current passes: A thermistor is connected in
series to absorb the surge current which occurs when the load is ON.
⑥
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5.6 Wiring Analog Input/Output Modules
5.6.1 Wiring AH04AD-5A
AG
Voltage input
-10 V~+10 V
CH0
*3
V0+
I0+
1M
1M
VI0Shielded cable*1
CH0
250
*4
SG
AG
Current input
CH3
-20 mA~+20 mA
V3+
*2
VI3Shielded cable*1
1M
250
CH3
1M
*4
SG
*5
DC24V
SG
ZP
DC/DC
UP
converter
+15V
AG
-15V
*1. Please isolate the analog input signal cables from other power cables.
*2. If the module is connected to a current signal, the terminals V+ and I+ have to be short-circuited.
*3. If the ripple in the input voltage results in the noise interference with the wiring, please connect
the module to the capacitor having a capacitance within the range between 0.1 μF and 0.47 μF
with a working voltage of 25 V.
*4. Please connect the shielded cables to the terminal SG.
*5. Once AH04AD-5A is installed on a backplane, the terminal SG on AH04AD-5A and the terminal
on the backplane will be short-circuited. Please connect the terminal
on the backplane
to the ground terminal
.
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5.6.2 Wiring AH08AD-5B
AG
Voltage input
-10 V~+10 V
1M
CH0
V0+
*2
CH0
1M
V0SLD
Shielded cable*1
AG
Voltage input
-10 V~+10 V
1M
CH7
V7+
*2
CH7
1M
V7SLD
Shielded cable*1
*3
*1. Please isolate the analog input signal cables from other power cables.
*2. If the ripple in the input voltage results in the noise interference with the wiring, please connect
the module to the capacitor having a capacitance within the range between 0.1 μF and 0.47 μF
with a working voltage of 25 V.
*3. Please connect the terminal SLD to the ground terminal
.
5.6.3 Wiring AH04DA-5A
Voltage output
-10 V~+10 V
CH0
An AC motor drive,
a recorder,
a proportioning valve...
VO0
*2
AG
Shielded cable*1
SLD
Current output
0 mA~20 mA
An AC motor drive,
a recorder,
a proportioning valve...
CH0
IO0
AG
CH3
VO3
CH3
IO3
AG
SLD
Shielded cable*1
AG
*3
SG
DC24V
ZP
UP
DC/DC
converter
+15V
AG
-15V
*1. Please isolate the analog output signal cables from other power cables.
*2. If the ripple is large for the input terminal of the load and results in the noise interference with the
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wiring, please connect the module to the capacitor having a capacitance within the range
between 0.1 μF and 0.47 μF with a working voltage of 25 V.
*3. Please connect the terminal SLD to the terminal SG. Once AH04DA-5A is installed on a
backplane, the terminal SG on AH04DA-5A and the terminal
on the backplane will be
short-circuited. Please connect the terminal
on the backplane to the ground terminal
.
5.6.4 Wiring AH08DA-5B
Voltage output
-10 V~+10 V
CH0
An AC motor drive,
a recorder,
a proportioning valve...
VO0
*2
AG
Shielded cable*1
CH0
AG
*3
SG
Voltage output
-10 V~+10 V
An AC motor drive,
a recorder,
a proportioning valve...
CH7
VO7
*2
AG
Shielded cable*1
CH7
AG
*3
SG
*4
DC24V
SG
ZP
DC/DC
UP
converter
+15V
AG
-15V
*1. Please isolate the analog output signal cables from other power cables.
*2. If the ripple is large for the input terminal of the load and results in the noise interference with the
wiring, please connect the module to the capacitor having a capacitance within the range
between 0.1 μF and 0.47 μF with a working voltage of 25 V.
*3. Please connect the shielded cables to the terminal SG.
*4. Once AH08DA-5B is installed on a backplane, the terminal SG on AH08DA-5B and the terminal
on the backplane will be short-circuited. Please connect the terminal
on the backplane
to the ground terminal
.
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5.6.5 Wiring AH06XA-5A
AG
Voltage input
-10 V~+10 V
CH0
*3
V0+
I0+
1M
1M
VI0Shielded cable*1
CH0
250
*6
SG
AG
Current input
CH3
-20 mA~+20 mA
V3+
*2
1M
250
VI3Shielded cable*1
*6
SG
Voltage output
-10 V~+10 V
An AC motor drive,
a recorder,
a proportioning valve...
CH0
VO0
*5
CH0
IO0
Shielded cable*4
AG
*6
SG
Current output
AG
CH1
0 mA~20 mA
An AC motor drive,
a recorder,
a proportioning valve...
CH3
1M
VO1
CH1
IO1
AG
Shieleded cable*4
AG
*6
SG
*7
DC24V
SG
ZP
UP
DC/DC
converter
+15V
AG
-15V
*1. Please isolate the analog input signal cables from other power cables.
*2. If the module is connected to a current signal, the terminals V+ and I+ have to be short-circuited.
*3. If the ripple in the input voltage results in the noise interference with the wiring, please connect
the module to the capacitor having a capacitance within the range between 0.1 μF and 0.47 μF
with a working voltage of 25 V.
*4. Please isolate the analog output signal cables from other power cables.
*5. If the ripple is large for the input terminal of the load and results in the noise interference with the
wiring, please connect the module to the capacitor having a capacitance within the range
between 0.1 μF and 0.47 μF with a working voltage of 25 V.
*6. Please connect the shielded cables to the terminal SG.
*7. Once AH06XA-5A is installed on a backplane, the terminal SG on AH06XA-5A and the terminal
on the backplane will be short-circuited. Please connect the terminal
on the backplane
to the ground terminal
.
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5.7 Wiring Temperature Measurement Modules
5.7.1 Wiring AH04PT-5A
0~300 Ω
Ni100/Ni1000
Pt100/Pt1000
Shielded cable*1
1.53 mA (a Ni100
sensor, Pt100
sensor, and a
resistor)/204.8uA
(Pt1000)*3
CH0
O0+
I0+
ADC
I0O0FG
2-wire
0~300 Ω
Ni100/Ni1000
Pt100/Pt1000
Shielded cable*1
INA
AG
CH1
O1+
I1+
I1O1FG
3-wire
Shielded cable*1
AG
CH3
O3+
I3+
I3O3-
4-wire
FG
AG
*1. The cables or the shielded twisted pair cables for Ni100/Ni1000/Pt100/Pt1000 temperature
sensors are used, and should be kept separate from other power cables and cables which
generate noise. Please use a three-wire temperature sensor. If users want to use a two-wire
temperature sensor, On+ and In+ have to be short-circuited, and On- and In- have to be
short-circuited. (n is within the range between 0 and 3.)
*2. If users want to measure the resistance within the range between 0 Ω and 300 Ω, they can use a
two-wire or three-wire sensor instead of a four-wire sensor.
*3. Users need to select an appropriate sensor. If a Ni100 temperature sensor, a Pt100 sensor, and
a resistance sensor are used, the internal excitation current is 1.53 mA. If a Ni1000 temperature
sensor, and a Pt1000 temperature sensor are used, the internal excitation current is 204.8 μA.
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5.7.2 Wiring AH04TC-5A
Thermocouple
Shielded cable *1
CH0
+
-
ADC
I0FG
-150 mV~150 mV
INA
CH3
I3FG
Cold-junction
compensation
*1. The cables or the shielded twisted pair cables for Type J, type K, type R, type S, type T, type E,
and type N thermocouples are used, and should be kept separate from other power cables and
cables which generate noise.
5.7.3 Wiring AH08TC-5A
Thermocouple
Shielded cable *1
CH0
+
-
FG
-150 mV~150 mV
ADC
I0INA
CH7
I7FG
Cold-junction
compensation
*1. The cables or the shielded twisted pair cables for Type J, type K, type R, type S, type T, type E,
and type N thermocouples are used, and should be kept separate from other power cables and
cables which generate noise.
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5.8 Wiring Network Modules
5.8.1 Wiring AH10DNET-5A
5.8.1.1 DeviceNet Connector
Pin
5
4
Signal
V+
CAN_H
Color
Red
White
3
Ground
-
2
CAN_L
Blue
Description
24 V DC
Signal +
It is connected to a
shielded cable.
Signal -
1
V-
Black
0 V DC
5
4
3
2
1
5.8.1.2 Joining the Cable to the DeviceNet Connector

Remove the 30 millimeter plastic jacket
of the cable with a professional tool.
Please do not damage the shielded
cable when the plastic jacket is
removed.

After users remove the metallic shield
and the foil, they can see two power
cables (in red and black respectively),
two signal cables (in blue and white
respectively), and one shielded cable.

After the metallic shield and the foil are
removed, users need to remove the
plastic jackets of the power cables and
the plastic jackets of the signal cables
properly.
Approximately 30 mm
Shielded cable
Black (V-)
Blue (CAN_L)
Shielded cable (CAN_SHLD)

Insert the communication cable into the
holes in the connector.
Red (V+)
White(CAN_H)

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After the communication cable is
inserted into the holes in the connector,
tighten the screws on the connector with
a slotted screwdriver.
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

After the wiring is complete, users can insert the DeviceNet connector into the interface.
Tighten the two screws on the DeviceNet connector.
Note:

After the communication cable is kept separate from the power cable, the electromagnetic
interference is reduced.

Only after the both ends of the shielded cable are grounded can the shielded cable be brought
into full play.
5.8.2
Wiring AH10EN-5A
The RJ45 communication port
Pin
Signal
1
TX+
2
TX3
RX+
4
-5
-6
RX7
-8
--
5.8.3
Description
Transmitting data +
Transmitting data Receiving data +
N/C
N/C
Receiving data N/C
N/C
Wiring AH10SCM-5A
The RS-485/RS-422 communication port
Pin
RS-485
RS-422
1
N/C
TX+
2
N/C
TX-
3
D+
RX+
4
D-
RX-
5
SG
SG
6
N/C
SG
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5.9 Wiring the RTU Module
5.9.1 Wiring AHRTU-DNET-5A
5.9.1.1 DeviceNet Connector
Pin
Signal
Color
Description
5
V+
Red
24 V DC
4
CAN_H
White
Signal+
3
Ground
-
It is connected to a
shielded cable.
2
CAN_L
Blue
Signal-
1
V-
Black
0 V DC
5
4
3
2
1
5.9.1.2 Joining the Cable to the DeviceNet Connector

Remove the 30 millimeter plastic jacket of the cable
with a professional tool. Please do not damage the
shielded cable when the plastic jacket is removed.

After users remove the metallic shield and the foil,
they can see two power cables (in red and black
respectively), two signal cables (in blue and white
respectively), and one shielded cable.

After the metallic shield and the foil are removed,
users need to remove the plastic jackets of the
power cables and the plastic jackets of the signal
cables properly.
Approximately 30 mm
Shielded cable
Black (V-)
Blue (CAN_L)

Insert the communication cable into the holes in the
connector.
Shielded cable (CAN_SHLD)
Red (V+)
White(CAN_H)

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After the communication cable is inserted into the
holes in the connector, tighten the screws on the
connector with a slotted screwdriver.
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

After the wiring is complete, users can insert the DeviceNet connector into the interface.
Tighten the two screws on the DeviceNet connector.
Note:

After the communication cable is kept separate from the power cable, the electromagnetic
interference is reduced.

Only after the both ends of the shielded cable are grounded can the shielded cable be brought
into full play.
5.10 Wiring Motion Control Modules
5.10.1 Specifications for Motion Control Modules

AH02HC-5A
Item
Number of channels
Input
(differential
input)
Specifications
2 channels
CH0: X0.8+, X0.8-, X0.9+, and X0.9CH1: X0.10+, X0.10-, X0.11+, and X0.11-
Pulse/Direction (one phase and one input)
Counting up/Counting down (one phase and two inputs)
Input signal
Pulse format One time the frequency of A/B-phase inputs (two phases and
two inputs)
Four times the frequency of A/B-phase inputs (two phases and
two inputs)
Signal level 5~24 V DC
Maximum
frequency of The maximum frequency is 200 kHz.
counting
The number of sampled pulses is within the range between
-200000 and 200000.
The number of accumulated pulses is within the range between
Specifications
Range
-99999999 and 99999999.
The number of input pulses is within the range between
-2147483648 and 2147483648.
General count
Type
Circular count
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Item
Input
(differential
input)
RESET input
Signal level
Maximum
current
Output type
Comparison
output
Signal level
Maximum
current
Specifications
CH0: X0.0+ and X0.0CH1: X0.1+ and X0.15~24 V DC
15 mA
CH0: The high-speed pulse output Y0.8 is a transistor whose
collector is an open collector.
CH1: The high-speed pulse output Y0.9 is a transistor whose
collector is an open collector.
24 V DC
15 mA

AH04HC-5A
Item
Number of channels
Specifications
4 channels
CH0: X0.8+, X0.8-, X0.9+, and X0.9Input
CH1: X0.10+, X0.10-, X0.11+, and X0.11(differential
CH2: X0.12+, X0.12-, X0.13+, and X0.13input)
CH3: X0.14+, X0.14-, X0.15+, and X0.15Pulse/Direction (one phase and one input)
Input signal
Counting up/Counting up (one phase and two inputs)
Pulse format One time the frequency of A/B-phase inputs (two phases and
two inputs)
Four times the frequency of A/B-phase inputs (two phases and
two inputs)
Signal level 5~24 V DC
Maximum
frequency of The maximum frequency is 200 kHz.
counting
The number of sampled pulses is within the range between
-200000 and 200000.
The number of accumulated pulses is within the range between
Specifications
Range
-99999999 and 99999999.
The number of input pulses is within the range between
-2147483648 and 2147483648.
General count
Type
Circular count
CH0: X0.0+ and X0.0Input
CH1: X0.1+ and X0.1(differential
CH2: X0.2+ and X0.2input)
RESET input
CH3: X0.3+ and X0.3Signal level 5~24V DC
Maximum
15 mA
current
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Item
Output type
Comparison
output
Signal level
Maximum
current

Specifications
CH0: The high-speed pulse output Y0.8 is a transistor whose
collector is an open collector.
CH1: The high-speed pulse output Y0.9 is a transistor whose
collector is an open collector.
CH2: The high-speed pulse output Y0.10 is a transistor whose
collector is an open collector.
CH3: The high-speed pulse output Y0.11 is a transistor whose
collector is an open collector.
24 V DC
15 mA
AH05PM-5A
Specifications
Item
Number of axes
Storage
Unit
Connection with a CPU
module
Motor control
Maximum speed
Input
Detector
signal
Output
Servo output
signal
signal
External communication
port
Number of basic
instructions
Number of applied
instructions
M-code
G-code
AH05PM-5A
2 axes
The capacity of the built-in storage is 64 ksteps.
Motor unit
Compound unit
Mechanical unit
Users can set the initial register involved in the data exchange in a
CPU module, and the number of registers involved in the data
exchange in the CPU module. Four hundred data registers at most
can be involved in the data exchange.
There are three types of pulse output modes. These modes adopt
the differential output.
1. Pulse/Direction
2. Counting up/Counting down
3. A/B-phase output
Single axis: 500 kpps
Multi-axis interpolation: 500 kpps
X0.0, X0.1, X0.8, X0.9, X0.12, and X0.13
Y0.0+, Y0.0-, Y0.2+, Y0.2-, Y0.1+, Y0.1-, Y0.3+, Y0.3-, Y0.8, and
Y0.9
Mini USB port
27
130
 OX0~99 (motion subroutine/positioning program): M02 (The
execution of the program stops. (END))
 M00~M01, M03~M101, and M103~M65535:
The execution of the program pauses. (WAIT)
Users can use them freely.
G0 (rapid positioning), G1 (linear interpolation), G2 (circular
interpolation, clockwise), G3 (circular interpolation,
counterclockwise), G4 (dwell), G17 (XY plane selection), G90
(absolute programming), and G91 (incremental programming)
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The description of the terminals
Terminal
Description
1.
2.
X0.0, X0.1,
X0.8, X0.9,
X0.12, and
X0.13
1.
2.
Y0.8 and
Y0.9
1.
2.
Y0.0+, Y0.0-,
Y0.1+, Y0.1-,
Y0.2+, Y0.2-,
Y0.3+, and
Y0.3-
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They are single/A/B-phase inputs.
The functions of the terminals:
 Motion control:
 X0.0 is the PG input for axis 1, and
X0.1 is the PG input for axis 2.
 X0.12 is the DOG input for axis 1,
and X0.13 is the DOG input for
axis 2.
 X0.8 and X0.9 are for a manual
pulse generator.
 High-speed count:
 X0.0 is the RESET input for
counter 0.
 X0.8 is an A-phase input for
counter 0, and X0.9 is a B-phase
input for counter 0.
 High-speed comparison and catch: The
terminals can function as trigger
signals for a high-speed catch.
 Interrupt inputs
The high-speed pulse outputs are
transistors whose collectors are open
collector.
The functions of the terminals:
 Motion control: Y0.8 is the CLEAR
output for axis 1, and Y0.9 is the
CLEAR output for axis 2.
 High-speed comparison and catch: The
high-speed comparison outputs
provide the PWM function.
They are differential outputs.
The function of the terminals:
 Motion control:
 Y0.0+ and Y0.0- are A-phase
outputs for axis 1. Y0.2+ and Y0.2are A-phase outputs for axis 2.
 Y0.1+ and Y0.1- are B-phase
outputs for axis 1. Y0.3+ and Y0.3are B-phase outputs for axis 2.
Maximum input
Response
characteristic Current Voltage
200 kHz
15 mA
24 V
200 kHz
15 mA
24 V
1 MHz
5 mA
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AH10PM-5A
Item
Number of axes
Storage
Unit
Connection with a CPU
module
Motor control
Maximum speed
Specifications
AH10PM-5A
6 axes
The capacity of the built-in storage is 64 ksteps.
Motor unit
Compound unit
Mechanical unit
Users can set the initial register involved in the data exchange in a
CPU module, and the number of registers involved in the data
exchange in the CPU module. Four hundred data registers at most
can be involved in the data exchange.
There are three types of pulse output modes. These modes adopt
the differential output.
1. Pulse/Direction
2. Counting up/Counting down
3. A/B-phase output
Single axis: 500 kpps
Multi-axis interpolation: 500 kpps
Operating
STOP/RUN (automatic/manual switch)
switch
Input signal
X0.8, X0.9, X0.10, X0.11, X0.12, X0.13, X0.14, X0.15, X0.0+, X0.0-,
Detector
X0.1+, X0.1-, X0.2+, X0.2-, X0.3+, and X0.3Y0.0+, Y0.0-, Y0.2+, Y0.2-, Y0.4+, Y0.4-, Y0.6+, Y0.6-, Y0.1+, Y0.1-,
Servo
Y0.3+, Y0.3-, Y0.5+, Y0.5-, Y0.7+, Y0.7-, Y0.8, Y0.9, Y0.10, and
Output signal output
Y0.11
signal
External communication Mini USB port
port
Ethernet port
Mini SD card
Expansion storage
device
The maximum capacity is 32 GB.
Number of basic
27
instructions
Number of applied
130
instructions
 OX0~99 (motion subroutine/positioning program): M02 (The
execution of the program stops. (END))

M00~M01,
M03~M101, and M103~M65535:
M-code
The execution of the program pauses. (WAIT)
Users can use them freely.
G0 (rapid positioning), G1 (linear interpolation), G2 (circular
interpolation, clockwise), G3 (circular interpolation,
G-code
counterclockwise), G4 (dwell), G17 (XY plane selection), G1 8 (ZX
plane selection), G19 (YZ plane selection), G90 (absolute
programming), and G91 (incremental programming)
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The description of the terminals
Terminal
Description
1.
2.
X0.0+, X0.0-,
X0.1+, X0.1-,
X0.2+, X0.2-,
X0.3+, and
X0.3-
1.
2.
X0.8 and
X0.9
1
2
X0.10, X0.11,
X0.12, X0.13,
X0.14, and
X0.15
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They are differential inputs.
The functions of the terminals:
 Motion control: They are the PG inputs
for axis 1~axis 4.
 High-speed counter: X0.0+ and X0.0are the RESET inputs for counter 0.
X0.1+ and X0.1- are the RESET inputs
for counter 1. X0.2+ and X0.2- are the
RESET inputs for counter 2 and
counter 4. X0.3+ and X0.3- are the
RESET inputs for counter 3 and
counter 5.
 High-speed comparison and catch:
The terminals can function as trigger
signals for a high-speed catch.
 Interrupt inputs
They are single/A/B-phase inputs.
The functions of the terminals:
 Motion control: The terminals are for a
manual pulse generator.
 High-speed count:
 The terminals are for counter 0.
 X0.8 is an A-phase input for
counter 0, and X0.9 is a B-phase
input for counter 0.
 High-speed comparison and catch:
The terminals can function as trigger
signals for a high-speed catch.
 Interrupt inputs
They are single/A/B-phase inputs.
The functions of the terminals:
 Motion control: They are the DOG
inputs for axis 1~axis 6.
 High-speed counter:
 The terminals are for counter
1~counter 5.
 X0.10 is an A-phase input for
counter 1, X0.12 is an A-phase
input for counter 2 and counter 4,
and X0.14 is an A-phase input for
counter 3 and counter 5.
 X0.11 is a B-phase input for
counter 1, X0.13 is a B-phase
input for counter 2 and counter 4,
and X0.15 is a B-phase input for
counter 3 and counter 5.
 High-speed comparison and catch:
The terminals can function as trigger
signals for a high-speed catch.
 Interrupt inputs
Maximum input
Response
characteristic Current Voltage
200 kHz
15 mA
5~24 V
200 kHz
15 mA
24 V
200 kHz
15 mA
24 V
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Description
1.
Y0.8, Y0.9,
Y0.10, and
Y0.11
Y0.0+, Y0.0-,
Y0.1+, Y0.1-,
Y0.2+, Y0.2-,
Y0.3+, Y0.3-,
Y0.4+, Y0.4-,
Y0.5+, Y0.5-,
Y0.6+, Y0.6-,
Y0.7+, and
Y0.7-
The high-speed pulse outputs are
transistors whose collectors are open
collector.
2. The functions of the terminals:
 Motion control:
 The terminals are the CLEAR
outputs for axis 1~axis 4, and
provide the PWM function.
 Y0.8 and Y0.9 are for axis 5. Y0.10
and Y0.11 are for axis 6. Y0.8 is an
A-phase output for axis 5, and
Y0.10 is an A-phase output for axis
6. Y0.9 is a B-phase output for axis
5, and Y0.11 is a B-phase output
for axis 6.
 High-speed comparison and catch:
The high-speed comparison outputs
provide the PWM function.
1. They are differential outputs.
2. The function of the terminals:
 Motion control:
 The terminals are for axis 1~axis
4.
 Y0.0+ and Y0.0- are A-phase
outputs for axis 1. Y0.2+ and Y0.2are A-phase outputs for axis 2.
Y0.4+ and Y0.4- are A-phase
outputs for axis 3. Y0.6+ and Y0.6are A-phase outputs for axis 4.
 Y0.1+ and Y0.1- are B-phase
outputs for axis 1. Y0.3+ and Y0.3are B-phase outputs for axis 2.
Y0.5+ and Y0.5- are B-phase
outputs for axis 3. Y0.7+ and Y0.7are B-phase outputs for axis 4.
 Y0.0+ and Y0.0- are the CLEAR
outputs for axis 5. Y0.1+ and Y0.1are the CLEAR outputs for axis 6.
Maximum input
Response
characteristic Current Voltage
200 kHz
15 mA
24 V
1 MHz
5 mA
5V
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AH20MC-5A
Item
Number of axes
Storage
Unit
Connection with a CPU
module
Motor control
Maximum speed
Specifications
AH20MC-5A
12 axes
The capacity of the built-in storage is 64 ksteps.
Motor unit
Compound unit
Mechanical unit
Users can set the initial register involved in the data exchange in a
CPU module, and the number of registers involved in the data
exchange in the CPU module. Four hundred data registers at most
can be involved in the data exchange.
Delta high-speed motion control system DMCNET (Delta Motion
Control Network)
The response time is one millisecond.
Single axis: 500 kpps
Two-axis interpolation: 500 kpps
Operating
STOP/RUN (automatic/manual switch)
switch
Input signal
X0.10+, X0.10-, X0.11+, X0.11-, X0.12+, X0.12-, X0.13+, X0.13-,
X0.14+, X0.14-, X0.15+, X0.15, X0.0+, X0.0-, X0.1+, X0.1-, X0.2+,
Detector
X0.2-, X0.3+, X0.3-, X0.8+, X0.8-, X0.9+, and X0.9Servo
Y0.8+, Y0.8-, Y0.9+, Y0.9-, Y0.10+, Y0.10-, Y0.11+ and Y0.11Output signal output
signal
Mini USB port
External communication
Ethernet port
port
DMCNET port
Mini SD card
Expansion storage
device
The maximum capacity is 32 GB.
Number of basic
27
instructions
Number of applied
130
instructions
 OX0~99 (motion subroutine/positioning program): M02 (The
execution of the program stops. (END))
 M00~M01, M03~M101, and M103~M65535:
M-code
The execution of the program pauses. (WAIT)
Users can use them freely.
G0 (rapid positioning), G1 (linear interpolation), G2 (circular
interpolation, clockwise), G3 (circular interpolation,
counterclockwise), G4 (dwell), G17 (XY plane selection), G1 8 (ZX
G-code
plane selection), G19 (YZ plane selection), G90 (absolute
programming), and G91 (incremental programming)
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The description of the terminals
Terminal
Description
1.
2.
X0.0+, X0.0-,
X0.1+, X0.1-,
X0.2+, X0.2-,
X0.3+, and
X0.3-
X0.8+, X0.8-,
X0.9+, and
X0.9-
They are differential inputs.
The functions of the terminals:
 High-speed count:
 The terminals are the RESET
inputs for counter 0~counter
5.
 X0.0+ and X0.0- are for
counter 0. X0.1+ and X0.1are for counter 1. X0.2+ and
X0.2- are for counter 2 and
counter 4. X0.3+ and X0.3are for counter 3 and counter
5.
 High-speed comparison and
catch: The terminals can function
as trigger signals for a high-speed
catch.
 Interrupt inputs
1. They are differential inputs.
2. The functions of the terminals:
 Motion control: The terminals are
for a manual pulse generator.
 High-speed count:
 The terminals are for counter
0.
 X0.8+ and X0.8- are A-phase
inputs for counter 0. X0.9+
and X0.9- are B-phase inputs
for counter 0.
 High-speed comparison and
catch: The terminals can function
as trigger signals for a high-speed
catch.
 Interrupt inputs
Maximum input
Response
characteristic Current Voltage
200 kHz
15 mA
5~24 V
200 kHz
15 mA
5~24 V
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Terminal
Description
1.
2.
X0.10+, X0.10-,
X0.11+, X0.11-,
X0.12+, X0.12-,
X0.13+, X0.13,
X0.14+, X0.14-,
X0.15+, and
X0.15-
Y0.8, Y0.9,
Y0.10, and
Y0.11
They are differential inputs.
The functions of the terminals:
 High-speed count:
 The terminals are for counter
1~counter 5.
 X0.10+ an X0.10- are
A-phase inputs for counter 1.
X0.12+ and X0.12- are
A-phase inputs for counter 2
and counter 4. X0.14+ and
X0.14- are A-phase inputs for
counter 3 and counter 5.
 X0.11+ and X0.11- are
B-phase inputs for counter 1.
X0.13+ and X0.13- are
B-phase inputs for counter 2
and counter 4. X0.15+ and
X0.15- are B-phase inputs for
counter 3 and counter 5.
 High-speed comparison and
catch: The terminals can function
as trigger signals for a high-speed
catch.
 Interrupt inputs
1. The high-speed pulse outputs are
transistors whose collectors are
open collector.
2. The function of the terminals:
 High-speed comparison and
catch: The high-speed
comparison outputs provide the
PWM function.
Maximum input
Response
characteristic Current Voltage
200 kHz
15 mA
5~24 V
200 kHz
15 mA
24 V
5.10.2 I/O Extension Cables and External Terminal Modules
A connector for a motion control module connects an I/O extension cable to an external terminal
module. Users can install wires on the input and output terminal blocks in the external terminal
module.
1. The I/O extension cable DVPACAB7D10/DVPACAB7E10
DVPACAB7D10 is a 36-pin I/O extension cable for AH04HC-5A and AH20MC-5A.
DVPACAB7E10 is a 50-pin I/O extension cable for AH10PM-5A.
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2. The external terminal module for AH04HC-5A and AH20MC-5A: DVPAETB-IO16C
C3
C2
C1
C0 N/C N/C X0.3- X0.15- X0.14- X0.2- X0.13- X0.12- X0.1- X0.11- X0.10- X0.0- X0.9- X0.8- 24G 24G FE
Y0.11 Y0.10 Y0.9 Y0.8 N/C N/C X0.3+ X0.15+ X0.14+ X0.2+ X0.13+ X0.12+ X0.1+ X0.11+ X0.10+ X0.0+ X0.9+ X0.8+ N/C 24V 24V
3. The external terminal module for AH10PM-5A: DVPAETB-IO24C
st
1 from the
C3
C2
C1
C0
upper left
th
15 from the
N/C X0.15 X0.13 X0.11
upper left
st
1 from the
Y0.11 Y0.10 Y0.9 Y0.8
lower left
th
15 from the
S/S X0.14 X0.12 X0.10
lower left
N/C
Y0.7-
Y0.6-
Y0.5-
Y0.4-
Y0.3-
Y0.2-
Y0.1-
Y0.0-
N/C
X0.9
N/C
N/C
X0.3-
X0.2-
X0.1-
X0.0-
24G
24G
FE
N/C
X0.8
Y0.7+ Y0.6+ Y0.5+ Y0.4+ Y0.3+ Y0.2+ Y0.1+ Y0.0+
N/C
N/C
X0.3+ X0.2+ X0.1+ X0.0+
N/C
24V
N/C
24V
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5.10.3 Wiring AH02HC-5A and AH04HC-5A

The external devices for AH02HC-5A
02HC
RU N
ER ROR
X0.8 +
X0.8 X0.9 +
X0.9 X0.10+
X0.10 X0.11+
X0.11 -
X0.0 +
X0.0 X0.1 +
X0.1 -
Y0.8
C0
Y0.9
C1

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The connector on AH04HC-5A
5.10.3.1
Pin
Terminal
Function
Count
Pin
Terminal
Function
Count
1
X0.8+
CntA0+
19
X0.14+
CntA3+
2
X0.8-
CntA0-
20
X0.14-
CntA3-
3
X0.9+
CntB0+
21
X0.15+
CntB3+
4
X0.9-
CntB0-
22
X0.15-
CntB3-
5
X0.0+
Rst0+
23
X0.3+
Rst3+
6
X0.0-
Rst0-
24
X0.3-
Rst3-
7
X0.10+
CntA1+
25
.
.
8
X0.10-
CntA1-
26
.
.
9
X0.11+
CntB1+
27
.
.
10
X0.11-
CntB1-
28
.
.
11
X0.1+
Rst1+
29
Y0.8
Out0
12
X0.1-
Rst1-
30
C0
COM0
13
X0.12+
CntA2+
31
Y0.9
Out1
14
X0.12-
CntA2-
32
C1
COM1
15
X0.13+
CntB2+
33
Y0.10
Out2
16
X0.13-
CntB2-
34
C2
COM2
17
X0.2+
Rst2+
35
Y0.11
Out3
18
X0.2-
Rst2-
36
C3
COM3
External Wiring
1. A PNP encoder is used.
PNP encoder
AH04HC-5A high-speed counter module
Shielded cable
A phase
OUT
X0.8+
X0.8-
OA
B phase
C0
Shielded cable
OUT
Y0.8
X0.9+
X0.9-
OB
Y0.9
COM
Shielded cable
C1
disable
X0.0+
X0.0-
Start
+24V
0V
External power supply
DC 5 V, 12 V, 24 V
0V
+24V
External power supply
DC 5 V ~ 24 V
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2. An NPN encoder is used.
NPN encoder
AH04HC-5A high-speed counter module
Shielded cable
A phase
OUT
Y0.8
X0.8+
X0.8-
OA
C0
Shielded cable
B phase
OUT
X0.9+
X0.9-
OB
Y0.9
COM
Shielded cable
C1
disable
X0.0+
X0.0-
Start
+24V
0V
0V
External power supply
DC 5V ~ 24V
External power supply
DC 5 V, 12 V, 24 V
5.10.3.2
+24V
Wiring the Differential Inputs
The direct-current signals ranging in voltage from 5 V to 24 V can pass through the high-speed
inputs X0.0+~X0.1+, X0.0-~X0.1-, X0.8+~X0.11+, and X0.8-~X0.11- on AH02HC-5A, and the
high-speed inputs X0.0+~X0.3+, X0.0-~X0.3-, X0.8+~X0.15+, and X0.8-~X0.15- on AH04HC-5A.
The frequency of input signals can be up to 200 kHz. These high-speed inputs are connected to a
differential (two-wire) line driver.
The wiring of the differential input (used for the high speed and noise):
AH04HC-5A high-speed input
Encoder output
A+
X0.8+
A-
X0.8-
B+
X0.9+
B-
X0.9-
A
B
5.10.3.3
Transistor Output Circuit
AH04HC-5A
t
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g
g
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LED
Load
Y0.8
< 0.5A
C0
Transistor output
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Direct-current power supply
Emergency stop
Fuse
The transistor outputs are open collectors. If Y0.8 is a pulse output, the output current passing
through the output pull-up resistor must be larger than 0.1 A to ensure that the transistor
operates normally.
Relay/Solenoid valve through which the direct current passes: A diode is connected in parallel
to absorb the surge voltage which occurs when the load is OFF.
Bulb (incandescent lamp) through which the direct current passes: A thermistor is connected in
series to absorb the surge current which occurs when the load is ON.
Y0.9 can not be connected to the power supply directly. The output wiring must be connected to
a load.
Mutually exclusive output: Y0.10 controls the clockwise rotation of the motor, and Y0.11 controls
the counterclockwise rotation of the motor. The interlock circuit which is formed, and the
program in the PLC ensure that there are protective measures if an abnormal condition occurs.
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5.10.4 Wiring AH05PM-5A and AH10PM-5A

The external devices for AH05PM-5A
05PM
RUN
ERROR
S/S
USB
X0.0
X0.1
X0.8
X0.9
X0.12
X0.13
Y0.0+
Y0.0 -
Line driver
Y0.1+
Y0.1 Y0.2+
Y0.2 Y0.3+
Y0.3 Y0.8
Y0.9
COM
HTR1/CLR

The external devices for AH10PM-5A
10PM
RUN
ERROR
ETH
External
terminal
module
USB
CN1
STOP RUN
MicroSD
Line driver
HTR1/CLR
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Micro SD
ETH
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
The connector on AH10PM-5A
Function
Pulse
Count
Pin
Terminal
Function
Pulse
X0.0+
Pg0+
Rst0+
25
Y0.0-
A0-/CLR4-
49
X0.0-
Pg0-
Rst0-
24
Y0.1+
B0+/CLR5+
48
X0.1+
Pg1+
Rst1+
23
Y0.1-
B0-/CLR5-
47
X0.1-
Pg1-
Rst1-
22
Y0.2+
A1+
46
X0.2+
Pg2+
Rst2+/Rst2+
21
Y0.2-
A1-
45
X0.2-
Pg2-
Rst2-/Rst2+
20
Y0.3+
B1+
44
X0.3+
Pg3+
Rst3+/Rst2+
19
Y0.3-
B1-
43
X0.3-
Pg3-
Rst3-/Rst2+
18
Y0.4+
A2+
42
NC
.
.
17
Y0.4-
A2-
41
NC
.
.
16
Y0.5+
B2+
40
NC
.
.
15
Y0.5-
B2-
39
NC
.
.
14
Y0.6+
A3+
38
X0.8
MPGA
CntA0
13
Y0.6-
A3-
37
X0.9
MPGB
CntB0
12
Y0.7+
B3+
36
X0.10
DOG4
CntA1
11
Y0.7-
B3-
35
X0.11
DOG5
CntB1
10
NC
.
34
X0.12
DOG0
CntA2/CntA4
9
NC
.
33
X0.13
DOG1
CntB2/CntB4
8
Y0.8
CLR0/A4
32
X0.14
DOG2
CntB3/CntA5
7
C0
COM0
31
X0.15
DOG3
CntB3/CntB5
6
Y0.9
CLR1/B4
30
S/S
S/S
S/S
5
C1
COM1
29
NC
.
.
4
Y0.10
CLR2/A5
28
NC
.
.
3
C2
COM2
27
NC
.
.
2
Y0.11
CLR3/B5
26
Y0.0+
A0+/CLR4+
.
1
C3
COM3
Pin
terminal
50
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5.10.4.1
Wiring the Input Terminals
The input signal is the direct-current power input. Sinking and sourcing are the current driving
capability of a circuit. They are defined as follows.
 Sinking
Direct current
The current flows into the common terminal S/S.
Equivalent circuit of the input circuit
I/O
X0.8
Internal
circuit
S/S

Sourcing
Direct current
The current flows from the common terminal S/S.
Equivalent circuit of the input circuit
I/O
X0.8
Internal
circuit
S/S
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
Wiring the differential inputs
The direct-current signals ranging in voltage from 5 V to 24 V can pass through the high-speed
inputs X0.0+~X0.3+, and X0.0-~X0.3- on AH10PM-5A. (Only 24 V DC signals can pass through the
other inputs in AH10PM-5A.) The frequency of input signals can be up to 200 kHz. These
high-speed inputs are connected to a differential (two-wire) line driver.
The wiring of the differential inputs (used for the high speed and noise):
Encoder output
AH10PM-5A high-speed input
A+
X0.0+
A-
X0.0-
B+
X0.1+
B-
X0.1-
A
B
If the frequency of input signals is less than 50 kHz and there is not much noise, these high-speed
inputs can be connected to the direct-current power supply whose voltage is within the range
between 5 V and 24 V, as shown below.
Sinking:
X0.0+
(24 V sinking)
X0.0-
+
5~24 V
NPN
Sensor
Sourcing:
PNP
Sensor
X0.0+
(24 V sourcing)
+
5~24 V
X0.0-
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5.10.4.2
The transistor output circuit
LED
Load
t
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g
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1.
Wiring the Output Terminals
Y0.8
< 0.5A
C0
Transistor output
 Direct-current power supply

Emergency stop
 Fuse
The transistor outputs are open collectors. If Y0.8 is a pulse output, the output current passing
through the output pull-up resistor must be larger than 0.1 A to ensure that the transistor
operates normally.
Relay/Solenoid valve through which the direct current passes: A diode is connected in parallel
to absorb the surge voltage which occurs when the load is OFF.

Bulb (incandescent lamp) through which the direct current passes: A thermistor is connected in
series to absorb the surge current which occurs when the load is ON.

Y0.9 can not be connected to the power supply directly. The output wiring has to be connected
to a load.

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Mutually exclusive output: Y0.10 controls the clockwise rotation of the motor, and Y0.11 controls
 the counterclockwise rotation of the motor. The interlock circuit which is formed, and the
program in the PLC ensure that there are protective measures if an abnormal condition occurs.
2.
The wiring of the differential outputs
 Wiring the differential outputs on AH05PM-5A/AH10PM-5A, an ASDA-A series AC servo
drive, an ASDA-A+ series AC servo drive, and an ASDA-A2 series AC servo drive
Driver
Y0.0+
/PLS 43
Y0.0-
PLS 41
FP
FG0
Y0.1+
/SIGN 36
Y0.1-
SIGN 37
Optocoupler circuit
RP
Optocoupler circuit
 Wiring the differential outputs on AH05PM-5A/AH10PM-5A, and an ASDA-B series AC
servo drive
Driver
Y0.2+
/PLS 21
Y0.2-
PLS 22
FP
FG0
Y0.3+
/SIGN 19
Y0.3-
SIGN 20
Optocoupler circuit
RP
Optocoupler circuit
 Wiring the differential outputs on AH05PM-5A/AH10PM-5A, and an ASDA-AB series AC
servo drive
Driver
Y0.4+
43
Y0.4-
/PLS 41
FP
FG0
Y0.5+
SIGN 36
Y0.5-
/SIGN 37
Optocoupler circuit
RP
Optocoupler circuit
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5.10.4.3
Wiring AH10PM-5A and an Inferior Servo Drive
Wiring AH10PM-5A and a Delta ASDA-A series AC servo drive

Delta servo drive
ASDA-A series
5-24 V DC
Delta servo drive
+24 V
Pulses generated by the
manual pulse generator
Shielded cable
A phase
B phase
Delta servo drive
ASDA-A series
5-24 V DC
5-24 V DC
5-24 V DC
5-24 V DC
Delta servo drive
ASDA-A series
5-24 V DC
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Wiring AH10PM-5A and a Panasonic CN5 series servo drive
Panasonic servo drive
CN5 series
Y0.0+
PULS1
3
Y0.0-
PULS2
4
Y0.1+
SIGN1
5
Y0.1-
SIGN2
6
Y0.8
CL
30
C0
GND
13
COM+
7
5-24VDC
GND +24V
DC24V
Panasonic servo drive
CN5 series
Pulses generated by the
manual pulse generator
Shielded cable
A phase
Y0.2+
PULS1
3
Y0.2-
PULS2
4
Y0.3+
SIGN1
5
Y0.3-
SIGN2
6
Y0.9
CL
30
C1
GND
13
COM+
7
5-24VDC
B phase
GND +24V
DC24V
Panasonic servo drive
CN5 series
Y0.4+
PULS1
3
Y0.4-
PULS2
4
Y0.5+
SIGN1
5
Y0.5-
SIGN2
6
Y0.10
CL
30
C2
GND
13
COM+
7
5-24VDC
GND +24V
DC24V
Panasonic servo drive
CN5 series
Y0.6+
PULS1
3
Y0.6-
PULS2
4
Y0.7+
SIGN1
5
Y0.7-
SIGN2
6
Y0.11
CL
30
C3
GND
13
COM+
7
5-24VDC
GND +24V
DC24V
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Wiring AH10PM-5A and an Yaskawa servo drive

Yaskawa servo drive
Yaskawa series
Y0.0+
PLS
7
Y0.0-
/PLS
8
Y0.1+
SIGN
11
Y0.1-
/SIGN
12
Y0.8
CLR
15
C0
/CLR
14
24VDC
Yaskawa servo drive
Yaskawa series
Pulses generated by the
manual pulse generator
Shielded cable
Y0.2+
PLS
7
Y0.2-
/PLS
8
Y0.3+
SIGN
11
Y0.3-
/SIGN
12
Y0.9
CLR
15
C1
/CLR
14
24VDC
A phase
Yaskawa servo drive
Yaskawa series
B phase
Y0.4+
PLS
7
Y0.4-
/PLS
8
Y0.5+
SIGN
11
Y0.5-
/SIGN
12
Y0.10
CLR
15
C2
/CLR
14
24VDC
Yaskawa servo drive
Yaskawa series
Y0.6+
PLS
7
Y0.6-
/PLS
8
Y0.7+
SIGN
11
Y0.7-
/SIGN
12
Y0.11
CLR
15
C3
/CLR
14
24VDC
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Wiring AH10PM-5A and a Mitsubishi MJR2 series servo drive
Mitsubishi servo drive
Mitsubishi
MJR2 series
Y0.0+
PP
3
Y0.0-
PG
13
Y0.1+
NP
2
Y0.1-
NG
12
Y0.8
CR
8
C0
SG
10
24VDC
Mitsubishi servo drive
Mitsubishi
MJR2 series
Pulses generated by the
manual pulse generator
Y0.2+
PP
3
Y0.2-
PG
13
Y0.3+
NP
2
Y0.3-
NG
12
Y0.9
CR
8
C1
SG
10
24VDC
Shielded cable
Mitsubishi servo drive
A phase
B phase
Mitsubishi
MJR2 series
Y0.4+
PP
3
Y0.4-
PG
13
Y0.5+
NP
2
Y0.5-
NG
12
Y0.10
CR
C2
41
DOCOM 46
DICOM 20
GND +24V
DC24V
5-24VDC
Mitsubishi servo drive
Mitsubishi
MJR2 series
Y0.6+
PP
3
Y0.6-
PG
13
Y0.7+
NP
2
Y0.7-
NG
12
Y0.11
CR
C3
41
DOCOM 46
DICOM 20
GND +24V
DC24V
5-24VDC
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Wiring AH10PM-5A and a Fuji servo drive

Fuji servo drive
Fuji series
Y0.0+
CA
Y0.0-
*CA
36
Y0.1+
CB
33
Y0.1-
*CB
34
35
Y0.8
C0
Fuji servo drive
Fuji series
Y0.2+
CA
Y0.2-
*CA
36
Y0.3+
CB
33
Y0.3-
*CB
34
35
Y0.9
Pulses generated by the
manual pulse generator
Shielded cable
C1
Fuji servo drive
A phase
Fuji series
B phase
Y0.4+
CA
Y0.4-
*CA
36
Y0.5+
CB
33
Y0.5-
*CB
34
35
Y0.10
C2
Fuji servo drive
Fuji series
Y0.6+
CA
Y0.6-
*CA
36
Y0.7+
CB
33
Y0.7-
*CB
34
Y0.11
C3
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5.10.5 Wiring AH20MC-5A

The external devices for AH20MC-5A
20MC
RUN
ERROR
ETH
NET
External
terminal
module
CN1
USB
STOP RUN
MicroSD
SD
DMCNet
Micro SD
Ethernet
ETH

The connector on AH20MC-5A
Function
Pulse
Count
Pin
Terminal
36
X0.8+
MPGA+
35
X0.8-
34
Function
Pulse
Count
Pin
Terminal
CntA0+
36
X0.14+
.
CntA3+/CntA5+
MPGA-
CntA0-
35
X0.14-
.
CntA3-/CntA5+
X0.9+
MPGB+
CntB0+
34
X0.15+
.
CntB3+/CntB5+
33
X0.9-
MPGB+
CntB0-
33
X0.15-
.
CntB3-/CntB5+
32
X0.0+
.
Rst0+
32
X0.3+
.
Rst3+/Rst5+
31
X0.0-
.
Rst0-
31
X0.3-
.
Rst3-/Rst5-
30
X0.10+
.
CntA1+
30
.
.
.
29
X0.10-
.
CntA1-
29
.
.
.
28
X0.11+
.
CntB1+
28
.
.
.
27
X0.11-
.
CntB1-
27
.
.
.
26
X0.1+
.
Rst1+
26
Y0.8
.
Out0
25
X0.1-
.
Rst1-
25
C0
.
COM0
24
X0.12+
.
CntA2+/CntA4+
24
Y0.9
.
Out1
23
X0.12-
.
CntA2-/CntA4-
23
C1
.
COM1
22
X0.13+
.
CntB2+/CntB4+
22
Y0.10
.
Out2
21
X0.13-
.
CntB2-/CntB4-
21
C2
.
COM2
20
X0.2+
.
Rst2+/Rst4+
20
Y0.11
.
Out3
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5.10.5.1
.
X0.2-
Rst2-/Rst4-
19
C3
.
COM3
Wiring the Differential Input Terminals
The direct-current signals ranging in voltage from 5 V to 24 V can pass through the high-speed
inputs X0.0+~X0.3+, X0.0-~X0.3-, X0.8+~X0.15+, and X0.8-~X0.15- on AH20MC-5A. The
frequency of input signals can be up to 200 kHz. These high-speed inputs are connected to a
differential (two-wire) line driver.
The wiring of the differential input (used for the high speed and noise):
Encoder output
AH20MC-5A high-speed input
A+
X0.0+
A-
X0.0-
B+
X0.1+
B-
X0.1-
A
B
5.10.5.2
Transistor Output Circuit
AH20MC-5A
t
i
u
c
r
i
c
r
e
g
g
i
r
T
LED
Load
Y0.8
< 0.5A
C0
Transistor output
 Direct-current power supply
5-66

Emergency stop

Fuse
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The transistor outputs are open collectors. If Y0.8 is a pulse output, the output current passing
through the output pull-up resistor must be larger than 0.1 A to ensure that the transistor
operates normally.
Relay/Solenoid valve through which the direct current passes: A diode is connected in parallel to
absorb the surge voltage which occurs when the load is OFF.

Bulb (incandescent lamp) through which the direct current passes: A thermistor is connected in
series to absorb the surge current which occurs when the load is ON.

Y0.9 can not be connected to the power supply directly. The output wiring must be connected to
a load.
Mutually exclusive output: Y0.10 controls the clockwise rotation of the motor, and Y0.11 controls
 the counterclockwise rotation of the motor. The interlock circuit which is formed, and the
program in the PLC ensure that there are protective measures if an abnormal condition occurs.
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Chapter 6
Memory Card
Table of Contents
6.1
Overview of Memory Cards .......................................................................6-2
6.1.1
Appearances of Memory Cards..........................................................6-2
6.1.2
Specifications for Memory Cards........................................................6-2
6.2
Installing and Removing a Memory Card...................................................6-2
6.2.1
Formatting of a Memory Card and a Write Protect Tab ......................6-2
6.2.2
SD Slot in a CPU Module ...................................................................6-3
6.2.3
Installing a Memory Card ...................................................................6-3
6.2.4
Removing a Memory Card .................................................................6-4
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6.1 Overview of Memory Cards
The AH500 series CPU modules support standard SD cards. Users can purchase products which
meet specifications. The specifications for the SD cards supported by the AH500 series CPU
modules, and the usage of the SD cards are described in this chapter.
6.1.1 Appearances of Memory Cards
SD cards are classified into three types according to size. They are SD cards, miniSD cards, and
microSD cards. The AH500 series CPU modules support standard-sized SD cards.
9
SD
MiniSD
MicroSD
6.1.2
Specifications for Memory Cards
There are several specifications for SD cards on the market. SD cards not only can be classified
according to size, but also can be classified into three types according to capacity. These types are
SD cards, SDHC cards, and SDXC cards. The AH500 series CPU modules presently only support
basic SD specifications. The following is the table of SD card families. The SD column indicates the
specifications supported by the AH500 series CPU modules. Be sure to purchase products which
meet the specifications.
z
The SD card families
Type
Capacity
File
system
Size
SD
2 GB Max.
SDHC
4 GB~32 GB
SDXC
32 GB~2 TB
FAT/FAT32
FAT32
exFAT
SD
SDHC
MiniSDHC MicroSDHC
SDXC
MicroSDXC
Class 2 (Min. 2 MB/sec.)
Class 2 (Min. 2 MB/sec.)
Speed
Class 4 (Min. 4 MB/sec.)
Class 4 (Min. 4 MB/sec.)
N/A
class
Class
6
(Min.
6
MB/sec.)
Class 6 (Min. 6 MB/sec.)
rating
Class 10 (Min. 10 MB/sec.)
Class 10 (Min. 10 MB/sec.)
* MMC cards are similar to SD cards in appearance. Users have to make sure that they purchase
products which meet the specifications.
6.2 Installing and Removing a Memory Card
6.2.1 Formatting of a Memory Card and a Write Protect Tab
A memory card that users use for the first time may not be formatted. A memory card which is not
formatted can not be used in an AH500 series CPU module. Therefore, users need to format the
memory card. The file system with which the memory card is formatted is FAT.
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In addition, there is usually a write protect tab on the left side of a memory card. If the tab is slid
downward, data can not be written into the memory card. As a result, users have to make sure that
the tab is slid upward before they use the memory card.
Release
Write-protected
6.2.2 SD Slot in a CPU Module
As shown below, the SD slot is in the lower right corner of the front of a CPU module.
z
AHCPU500/510/520/530-RS2
SD slot
z
AHCPU500/510/520/530-EN
SD slot
6.2.3 Installing a Memory Card
Insert a memory card into the SD slot in a CPU module, and push it downward until it clicks. After
the memory card is installed, it is fixed firmly in the slot. If the memory card is loose, it is not installed
correctly. Besides, the memory card has anti-misinsertion design. If it is inserted in the wrong
direction, it can not be pushed downward. To prevent the CPU module from being damaged, users
can not force the memory card in. The correct way to insert the memory card is shown below.
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6.2.4 Removing a Memory Card
After a memory card is pushed downward, it springs from the slot, and users can take it out.
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Chapter 7
EMC Standards
Table of Contents
7.1
EMC Standards for an AH500 System.......................................................7-2
7.1.1
EMC Standards Applicable to an AH500 System...............................7-2
7.1.2
Installation Instructions for the EMC Standards .................................7-3
7.1.3
Cables ................................................................................................7-3 7-1
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7.1
7.1.1
EMC Standards for an AH500 System
EMC Standards Applicable to an AH500 System
The EMC standards which are applicable to an AH500 system are listed below.
z
EMI
Port
Enclosure port
(radiated)
(measured at a
distance of 10
meters)
AC power port
(conducted)
z
Frequency range
30-230 MHz
Level (Normative)
Reference standard
40 dB (μV/m) quasi-peak
IEC 61000-6-4
230-1000 MHz
0.15-0.5 MHz
0.5-30 MHz
47 dB (μV/m) quasi-peak
79 dB (μV) quasi-peak
66 dB (μV) average
73 dB (μV) quasi-peak
60 dB (μV) average
IEC 61000-6-4
EMS
Environmental
phenomenon
Electrostatic
discharge
Reference
standard
Test
Test level
IEC 61000-4-2
Contact
Air
± 4 kV
± 8 kV
Radio frequency
electromagnetic
field
Amplitude
modulated
IEC 61000-4-3
Power frequency
magnetic field
IEC 61000-4-8
z
80% AM,
1 kHz
sinusoidal
2.0-2.7 GHz
1 V/m
1.4-2.0 GHz
3 V/m
80-1000 MHz
10 V/m
60 Hz
30 A/m
50 Hz
30 A/m
The conducted immunity test
Environmental phenomenon
Reference standard
Specific
Interface/Port
interface/port
Shielded cable
Data
communication Unshielded cable
AC I/O
(unshielded)
Digital and
analog I/O
Equipment
power
I/O power and
auxiliary power
output
7-2
Analog or DC
I/O(unshielded)
All shielded lines
(to the earth)
Fast transient
burst
IEC 61000-4-4
High energy
surge
IEC 61000-4-5
Radio frequency
interference
IEC 61000-4-6
Test level
Test level
Test level
1 kV
1 kV
1 kV CM
1 kV CM
2 kV CM
1 kV DM
10V
10V
1 kV
1 kV CM
10V
1 kV
1 kV CM
10V
2 kV
AC power
2 kV
DC power
2 kV
AC I/O and AC
auxiliary power
2 kV
DC I/O and DC
auxiliary power
2 kV
2 kV CM
1 kV DM
0.5 kV CM
0.5 kV DM
2 kV CM
1 kV DM
0.5 kV CM
0.5 kV DM
10V
10V
10V
10V
10V
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7.1.2 Installation Instructions for the EMC Standards
A PLC must be installed in a control box. The control box protects the PLC, and shields off the
electromagnetic interference generated by the PLC.
(1) Control box
z Use a conductive control box.
z To ensure that an inner plate contacts the control box well, users have to mask the paint on
the bolts of the plate.
z To ensure that the control box is grounded well even if there is high-frequency noise, users
have to connect the control box with a thick wire.
z The diameter of a hole in the control box must be less than 10 millimeters, i.e. 3.94 inches. If
the diameter of the hole is larger than 10 millimeters, the radio frequency noise may be
emitted.
z To prevent the radio waves from leaking through the interval between the door of the control
box and the PLC, the interval needs to be reduced. Besides, users can prevent the radio
waves from leaking by putting an EMI gasket on the painted surface.
(2) Connecting a power cable and a ground
The power cable of the PLC system and the ground are connected in a way described below.
z Provide a ground point near the power supply module. Use thick and short wires to connect
the terminals LG and FG with the ground. (The length of the wire should be less than 30
centimeters, i.e. 11.18 inches.) LG and FG function to pass the noise generated by the PLC
system to the ground. Therefore, the impedance should be as low as possible. Besides, the
wires are used to relieve the noise. They themselves carry a lot of noise. Using the short
wires can prevent the wires from acting as antennas.
z Twist the ground and the power cable. After the ground and the power cable are twisted, the
noise flowing through the power cable is passed to the ground. If a filter is installed on the
power cable, the ground and the power cable do not need to be twisted.
7.1.3 Cables
Grounding a shielded cable
Cables drawn from the control box carry high-frequency noise. When they are outside the control
box, they are like antennas emitting noise. To prevent the emission of noise, the cables connected
to digital input/output modules, analog input/output modules, temperature measurement modules,
network modules, and motion control modules should be shielded cables.
The use of shielded cables also increases the resistance to noise. If the signal cables connected to
digital input/output modules, analog input/output modules, temperature measurement modules,
network modules, and motion control modules are shielded cables, and are grounded properly, the
resistance to noise is improved. However, the resistance to noise will not meet the specified
requirement if users do not use shielded cables or the shielded cables are not grounded correctly. If
the shield of a cable is connected with the control box, users have to make sure that the shield
contacts the control box. If the control box is painted, users have to scrape the paint. All fastening
must be metal, and the shield must contact the surface of the control box. If the surface is not even,
users need to use washers to correct the unevenness, or use an abrasive to level the surface.
If the shield of a shielded cable is grounded, it needs to be as close to a module as possible. Users
have to make sure that there is no electromagnetic induction between the cable which is grounded
and other cable which is grounded. Besides, users have to take appropriate measures so that the
shield of a cable contacts the control box.
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Chapter 8
Maintenance and Inspection
Table of Contents
8.1 Cautions ...............................................................................................................8-2 8.2 Daily Maintenance............................................................................................8-2 8.2.1 Tools Required for Inspection .............................................................8-2 8.2.2 Daily Inspection ........................................................................................8-3 8.3 Periodic Maintenance ......................................................................................8-4 8.3.1 Tools Required for Inspection .............................................................8-4 8.3.2 Periodic Inspection ..................................................................................8-4 8-1
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8.1 Cautions
Before users undertake the maintenance and the inspection, they have to pay attention to the
following items. The incorrect or careless operation will lead to damage to the staff and the
equipment.
z To prevent a breakdown of an AH500 system or a fire accident, please make sure that the
ambient environment is not exposed to corrosive substances such as chloride gas and
sulfide gas, flammable substances such as oil mist and cutting powder, or dirt.
z To prevent the connectors from oxidizing, or to prevent the staff from getting an electric
shock, please do not touch the connectors.
z To prevent the staff from getting an electric shock, please turn off the power before pulling
the connectors or loosening the screws.
z To prevent the cables from being damaged, or to prevent the connectors from being
loosened, please do not impose weight on the cable, or pull them violently.
z Please make sure that the input voltage is within the rated range.
z Please do not disassemble or alter the modules. Otherwise, the products will break down, a
fire accident will occur, or the staff will be injured.
z To prevent a controlled element from malfunctioning, please make sure that the program
and the parameters are written into a new CPU module which replaces an old one before
restarting the AH500 system.
z To prevent the improper operation which results in the incorrect output or the damage to the
equipment, please refer to the related manuals for more information about operating the
modules.
z To prevent the damage to the modules, please touch metal which is grounded or wear an
antistatic wrist strap to release the static electricity from the body.
z To prevent the noise from resulting in the breakdown of the system, please keep a proper
distance from the system when using a cell phone or a communication apparatus.
z Please avoid installing an AH500 system under the sun or in a humid environment.
z To prevent the temperature of an element from being high, please make sure that the
AH500 system keeps a proper distance from heat sources such as coils, heating
apparatuses, and resistors.
z To protect an AH500 system, please install an emergency stop switch and an overcurrent
protection according to the actual needs.
z Inserting and pulling a module several times may lead to the loose contact between the
module and the backplane.
z To prevent an unexpected shock from resulting in the damage to an AH500 system and a
controlled element, please make sure that the modules are installed firmly.
8.2 Daily Maintenance
To keep an AH500 system operating normally, please make sure that the ambient environment and
the AH500 system conform to the cautions listed in section 8.1. Users then can undertake the daily
inspection described below. If any abnormal situation occurs, please follow the remedy and carry
out the maintenance.
8.2.1
Tools Required for Inspection
z A screwdriver
z Industrial alcohol
z A clean cotton cloth
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8.2.2
Daily Inspection
No.
1
Item
Appearance
Inspection
Check visually.
Criterion
Dirt must not be
present.
Check whether the set
screws are loose.
2
3
4
Installation of a
backplane
Installation of a
module
Connection
Power
supply
module
POWER
LED
indicator
RUN LED
indicator
5
CPU
module
ERROR
LED
indicator
BUS
FAULT
LED
indicator
SYSTEM
LED
indicator
Check whether the
backplane is installed
on the DIN rail properly.
The backplane must
be installed firmly.
Check whether the
removable terminal
block is loose
The projection under
the module must be
inserted into the
hole in the
backplane, and the
screw must be
tightened.
The removable
terminal block must
not be loose.
Check whether the
connector is loose.
The connector must
not be loose.
Check whether the
POWER LED indicator
is ON.
When the CPU module
is running, check
whether the RUN LED
is ON.
Check whether the
ERROR LED indicator
is OFF.
The POWER LED
indicator must be
ON.
Check whether the
BUS FAULT LED
indicator is OFF.
The BUS FAULT
LED indicator must
be OFF.
Check whether the
module is loose, the
projection is inserted
into the hole on the
backplane, and the
screw is tightened.
Remedy
Remove the dirt.
Further tighten
the screws.
Install the
backplane on
the DIN rail
properly.
Install the
module firmly.
Install the
terminal block
firmly.
Further tighten
the screws on
the connector.
The RUN LED
indicator must be
ON.
The ERROR LED
indicator must be
OFF.
Please refer to
chapter 9 for
more
information
about the
troubleshooting.
The SYSTEM LED
Check whether the
SYSTEM LED indicator indicator must be
is OFF.
OFF.
Check whether the LED
If the LED indicators
LED indicators on an indicators on the
are ON, the module
extension module are
extension module
operates normally.
ON.
* Please refer to Module Manual for more information related to the LED indicators on the extension
modules.
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8.3 Periodic Maintenance
Under the condition that the daily inspection is undertaken, users are suggested that they should
carry out the periodic maintenance according to the actual operating environment. After making sure
that the ambient environment and the AH500 system conform to the cautions listed in section 8.1,
users then can undertake the periodic inspection described below. If any abnormal situation occurs,
please follow the remedy and carry out the maintenance.
8.3.1
z
z
z
z
z
z
Tools Required for Inspection
A screwdriver
Industrial alcohol
A clean cotton cloth
A multimeter
A thermometer
A hygrometer
8.3.2
Periodic Inspection
3
4
8-4
Inspection
Ambient
temperature/
humidity
The ambient temperature
and the ambient humidity
are measured by a
thermometer and a
hygrometer.
Atmosphere
Measure corrosive gas.
Supply voltage
Installation
2
Connection
1
Item
Ambient environment
No.
Looseness
Adhesion of
dirt
Looseness of
terminal
screws
Looseness of
connectors
Measure the AC power
supply.
Criterion
The ambient
temperature and the
ambient humidity
must conform to the
specifications for the
modules or the
backplane. If the
specifications are
different, the
strictest
specifications have
high priority.
Corrosive gas must
not be present.
The power supply
should meet the
specifications for the
power supply
module.
Remedy
To ensure that
the system
operates in a
stable
environment,
check the
reason why the
environment
varies, and
eliminate it.
Check the
power supply.
Check whether the
module is loose.
The module must be
installed firmly.
Please refer to
chapter 2 for
more
information
about installing
the module.
Check the appearance.
Dirt must not be
present.
Remove the dirt.
Tighten the screws with a
screwdriver.
The screws must
not be loose.
Further tighten
the screws.
Pull the connectors.
The connectors
must not be loose.
Further tighten
the screws on
the connectors.
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No.
5
6
Item
Inspection
Criterion
PLC system
diagnosis
Check the error logs.
No new error
occurs.
Maximum scan
time
Check the state of SR413
and that of SR414
through the device
monitoring table in
ISPSoft.
The maximum scan
cycle must be within
the range specified
in the system
specifications.
Remedy
Please refer to
section 9.1.3 for
more
information.
Check the
reason why the
scan time
lengthens.
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Chapter 9
Troubleshooting
Table of Contents
9.1
Troubleshooting for CPU Modules ............................................................9-2
9.1.1
ERROR LED Indicator’s Being ON.....................................................9-2
9.1.2
ERROR LED Indicator’s Blinking........................................................9-3
9.1.3
BUS FAULT LED Indicator’s Being ON............................................9-10
9.1.4
BUS FAULT LED Indicator’s Blinking...............................................9-11
9.1.5
Others ..............................................................................................9-11
9.2
Troubleshooting for I/O Modules .............................................................9-23
9.2.1
Troubleshooting for Analog I/O Modules and Temperature
Measurement Modules.....................................................................9-23
9.2.2
Troubleshooting for AH02HC-5A/AH04HC-5A .................................9-26
9.2.3
Troubleshooting for AH05PM-5A/AH10PM-5A.................................9-28
9.2.4
Troubleshooting for AH20MC-5A .....................................................9-29
9.2.5
Troubleshooting for AH10EN-5A ......................................................9-31
9.2.6
Troubleshooting for AH10SCM-5A ...................................................9-31
9.2.7
Troubleshooting for AH10DNET-5A .................................................9-32
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9.1 Troubleshooting for CPU Modules
Users can get the remedies from the tables below according to the statuses of the LED indicators
and the error codes.
9.1.1 ERROR LED Indicator’s Being ON
Error
code
16#000B
16#000D
16#0010
16#0011
16#0012
Description
The program in the PLC is
damaged.
The CPU parameter is
damaged.
The access to the memory in
the CPU is denied.
The PLC ID is incorrect. (SM9)
The PLC password is
incorrect. (SM9)
16#0014
The procedure of restoring the
system can not be executed.
(SM9)
16#0015
The module table is incorrect.
(SM10)
16#0016
The module setting is
incorrect. (SM10)
16#0017
The data register exceeds the
device range. (SM10)
16#001B
16#001C
16#001D
16#001E
16#001F
16#0020
16#0021
Timed interrupt 0 is set
incorrectly.
Timed interrupt 1 is set
incorrectly.
Timed interrupt 2 is set
incorrectly.
Timed interrupt 3 is set
incorrectly.
The watchdog timer is set
incorrectly.
The setting of the fixed scan
time is incorrect.
The setting of the fixed scan
time is incorrect.
Remedy
Download the program again.
Reset the CPU parameter, and download it.
Download the program or parameters again. If the
problem still occurs, please contact the factory.
Please check the PLC ID.
Please check the PLC password.
The contents of the system backup file are incorrect,
or the file does not exist in the path specified. If the
file exists and the procedure of restoring the system
can not be executed, please backing up the system
again. If the error still occurs, please contact the
factory. (Please refer to section 7.5 in AH500
Operation Manual, and section 18.2 in ISPSoft User
Manual for more information about the memory
card.)
The module table stored in the CPU module is
incorrect. Compare the module table in HWCONFIG
with the actual module configuration, and download
the module table again.
The module setting stored in the CPU module is
incorrect. Check whether the version of the module
inserted in the slot is the same as the version of the
module in HWCONFIG. After the version of the
module is updated, users can download the module
setting again.
The data register stored in the CPU module exceeds
the device range. Check whether the module
parameter in HWCONFIG is correct, and download
the module parameter again.
Set the CPU parameter in HWCONFIG again, and
download the CPU parameter again.
Set the CPU parameter in HWCONFIG again, and
download the CPU parameter again.
Set the CPU parameter in HWCONFIG again, and
download the CPU parameter again.
Set the CPU parameter in HWCONFIG again, and
download the CPU parameter again.
Set the CPU parameter in HWCONFIG again, and
download the CPU parameter again.
Set the CPU parameter in HWCONFIG again, and
download the CPU parameter again.
Set the CPU parameter in HWCONFIG again, and
download the CPU parameter again.
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Error
code
16#0022
16#0050
Description
The CPU parameter
downloaded to the PLC is
incorrect.
The memories in the latched
special auxiliary relays are
abnormal.
16#0051
The latched special data
registers are abnormal.
16#0052
The memories in the latched
auxiliary relays are abnormal.
16#0053
The latched timers are
abnormal.
16#0054
The latched counters are
abnormal.
16#0055
The latched 32-bit counters
are abnormal.
16#0056
The memories in the latched
timers are abnormal.
16#0057
The memories in the latched
counters are abnormal.
16#0058
The memories in the latched
32-bit counters are abnormal.
16#0059
The latched data registers are
abnormal.
16#005A
The latched working registers
are abnormal.
Remedy
Download the CPU parameter again.
After users reset the CPU module or restore it to the
factory setting, they can download the program and
the parameter again.
After users reset the CPU module or restore it to the
factory setting, they can download the program and
the parameter again.
After users reset the CPU module or restore it to the
factory setting, they can download the program and
the parameter again.
After users reset the CPU module or restore it to the
factory setting, they can download the program and
the parameter again.
After users reset the CPU module or restore it to the
factory setting, they can download the program and
the parameter again.
After users reset the CPU module or restore it to the
factory setting, they can download the program and
the parameter again.
After users reset the CPU module or restore it to the
factory setting, they can download the program and
the parameter again.
After users reset the CPU module or restore it to the
factory setting, they can download the program and
the parameter again.
After users reset the CPU module or restore it to the
factory setting, they can download the program and
the parameter again.
After users reset the CPU module or restore it to the
factory setting, they can download the program and
the parameter again.
After users reset the CPU module or restore it to the
factory setting, they can download the program and
the parameter again.
9.1.2 ERROR LED Indicator’s Blinking
Error
code
16#000A
16#000C
16#000E
16#0018
Description
Scan timeout
(SM8: The watchdog timer
error)
The program downloaded to
the PLC is incorrect.
The program or the parameter
is being downloaded, and
therefore the PLC can not run.
The serial port is abnormal.
(SM9)
Remedy
1. Check the setting of the watchdog timer in
HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the program causes the long
scan time
After users compile the program again, they can
download the program again.
After the program or the parameter is downloaded
to the PLC, users can try to run the PLC.
Retry the connection. If the error still occurs, please
contact the factory.
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Error
code
Description
16#0019
The USB is abnormal. (SM9)
16#0033
The communication setting of
COM1 is incorrect. (SM9)
16#0034
The setting of the station
address of COM1 is incorrect.
(SM9)
16#0035
The setting of the
communication type of COM1
is incorrect. (SM9)
16#0036
The interval of retrying the
sending of the command
through COM1 is set
incorrectly.(SM9)
16#0037
The number of times the
sending of the command
through COM1 is retried is set
incorrectly. (SM9)
16#0038
The communication setting of
COM2 is incorrect. (SM9)
16#0039
The setting of the station
address of COM2 is incorrect.
(SM9)
16#003A
The setting of the
communication type of COM2
is incorrect. (SM9)
16#003B
The interval of retrying the
sending of the command
through COM2 is set
incorrectly.(SM9)
16#003C
16#005E
16#005F
16#0060
9-4
The number of times the
sending of the command
through COM2 is retried is set
incorrectly. (SM9)
The memory card is initialized
incorrectly. (SM453)
The data is read from the
inexistent file in the memory
card, or the data is written into
the inexistent file in the
memory card. (SM453)
The default folder can not be
created in the CPU module.
(SM453)
Remedy
Retry the connection. If the error still occurs, please
contact the factory.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the communication port parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the communication port parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the communication port parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the communication port parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the communication port parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the communication port parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the communication port parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the communication port parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the communication port parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the communication port parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG again.
Check whether the memory card breaks down.
Check whether the file path is correct.
Check whether the capacity of the memory card is
large enough, or whether the memory card breaks
down.
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Error
code
16#0061
16#0062
16#0063
16#0064
16#0065
Description
The capacity of the memory
card is not large enough.
(SM453)
The memory card is write
protected. (SM453)
An error occurs when the data
is written into the memory
card. (SM453)
The file in the memory card
can not be read. (SM453)
The file in the memory card is
a read-only file. (SM453)
16#0066
An error occurs when the
system is backupped.
16#2000
There is no END in the
program in the PLC. (SM5)
16#2002
16#2003
16#2004
16#2005
16#2006
16#2007
16#200A
16#200B
16#200C
GOEND is used incorrectly.
(SM5)
The devices used in the
program exceed the range.
(SM0/SM5)
The part of the program
specified by the label used in
CJ/JMP is incorrect, or the
label is used repeatedly.
(SM0/SM5)
The N value used in MC is not
the same as the
corresponding N value used
in MCR, or the number of N
values used in MC is not the
same as the number of N
values used in MCR. (SM5)
The N values used in MC do
not start from 0, or the N
values used in MC are not
continuous. (SM5)
The operands used in ZRST
are not used properly. (SM5)
Invalid instruction (SM5)
The operand n or the other
constant operands exceed the
range. (SM0/SM5)
The operands overlap.
(SM0/SM5)
Remedy
Check whether the capacity of the memory card is
large enough.
Check whether the memory card is write protected.
Check whether the file path is correct, or whether
the memory card breaks down.
Check whether the file path is correct, or whether
the file is damaged.
Users need to set the file so that the file is not a
read-only file.
1. Check whether the memory card is normal, and
whether the capacity of the memory card is large
enough.
2. Retry the backup procedure. If the error still
occurs, please contact the factory.
1. Compile the program again, and download the
program again.
2. Reinstall ISPSoft, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
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Error
code
16#200D
16#200E
16#200F
16#2010
16#2011
16#2012
16#2013
16#2014
16#2015
16#2016
16#2017
16#2018
Description
An error occurs when the
binary number is converted
into the binary-coded decimal
number. (SM0/SM5)
The string does not end with
0x00. (SM0/SM5)
The instruction does not
support the modification by an
index register. (SM5)
1. The instruction does not
support the device.
2. Encoding error
3. The instruction is a 16-bit
instruction, but the constant
operand is a 32-bit code.
(SM5)
The number of operands is
incorrect. (SM5)
Incorrect division operation
(SM0/SM5).
The value exceeds the range
of values which can be
represented by the
floating-point numbers.
(SM0/SM5)
The task designated by
TKON/YKOFF is incorrect, or
exceeds the range. (SM5)
There are more than 32 levels
of nested program structures
supported by CALL. (SM0)
There are more than 32 levels
of nested program structures
supported by FOR/NEXT.
(SM0/SM5)
The number of times FOR is
used is different from the
number of times NEXT is
used. (SM5)
There is a label after FEND,
but there is no SRET.
There is SRET, but there is no
label. (SM5)
16#2019
The interrupt task is not after
FEND. (SM5)
16#201A
IRET/SRET is not after FEND.
(SM5)
9-6
Remedy
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the program, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
1. Compile the program again, and download the
program again.
2. Reinstall ISPSoft, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
1. Compile the program again, and download the
program again.
2. Reinstall ISPSoft, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
1. Compile the program again, and download the
program again.
2. Reinstall ISPSoft, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
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Error
code
Description
16#201B
There is an interrupt task, but
there is no IRET.
There is IRET, but there is not
interrupt task. (SM5)
16#201C
End is not at the end of the
program. (SM5)
16#201D
There is CALL, but there is no
MAR. (SM5)
16#201E
The function code used in
MODRW is incorrect.
(SM102/SM103)
16#201F
The length of the data set in
MODRW is incorrect.
(SM102/SM103)
16#2020
16#2021
16#2022
16#2023
The communication
command received by using
MODRW is incorrect.
(SM102/SM103)
The checksum of the
command received is
incorrect. (SM102/SM103)
The format of the command
used in MODRW does not
conform to the ASCII format.
(SM102/SM103)
There is a communication
timeout when MODRW is
executed. (SM120/SM103)
Remedy
1. Compile the program again, and download the
program again.
2. Reinstall ISPSoft, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
1. Compile the program again, and download the
program again.
2. Reinstall ISPSoft, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
1. Compile the program again, and download the
program again.
2. Reinstall ISPSoft, compile the program again,
and download the program again.
Check the usage of the instruction and the setting
of the operands. Please refer to the explanation of
the instruction MODRW in AH500 Programming
Manual for more information.
Check the usage of the instruction and the setting
of the operands. Please refer to the explanation of
the instruction MODRW in AH500 Programming
Manual for more information.
Check whether the slave supports the function code
and the specified operation.
1. Check whether there is noise, and retry the
sending of the command.
2. Check whether the slave operates normally.
Make sure that the format of the command
conforms to the ASCII format.
Check whether the slave operates normally, and
whether the connection is normal.
16#2024
The setting value of the
communication timeout is
invalid. (SM120/SM103)
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the communication port parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG again.
16#2025
There is a communication
timeout when RS is executed.
(SM120/SM103)
Check whether the slave operates normally, and
whether the connection is normal.
16#6000
Ethernet connection error
(SM1106)
16#6001
Illegal IP address (SM1107)
16#6002
Illegal netmask address
(SM1107)
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
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Error
code
16#6003
16#6004
16#6006
16#6008
16#6009
16#6101
16#6102
16#6103
Description
Illegal gateway mask
(SM1107)
The IP address filter is set
incorrectly. (SM1108)
The static ARP table is set
incorrectly. (SM1108)
Illegal network number
(SM1107)
Illegal node number (SM1107)
The trigger in the email is set
incorrectly. (SM1112)
The interval of sending the
email is set incorrectly.
(SM1112)
The device containing the
data specified as the
attachment exceeds the
device range. (SM1112)
16#6106
The SMTP server address is
incorrect. (SM1112)
16#6108
SMTP authentication error
(SM1112)
16#6110
The SMTP server needs to be
authenticated. (SM1112)
16#6111
The specified email address
does not exist. (SM1112)
16#6200
The remote IP address set in
the TCP socket function is
illegal. (SM1196)
16#6209
The remote IP address set in
the UDP socket function is
illegal. (SM1196)
16#6300
16#6301
16#6302
16#6305
9-8
Only auxiliary relays, data
registers, and link registers
can be used in the Ether Link.
The device used in the Ether
Link exceeds the device
range.
The length of the data
exchanged in the Ether Link
exceeds the limit.
The node used in the
communication command is
different from the local node.
Remedy
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module in
HWCONFIG again.
Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module in
HWCONFIG again.
Check the network configuration in NWCONFIG,
and download it again.
Check the network configuration in NWCONFIG,
and download it again.
Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module in
HWCONFIG again.
Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module in
HWCONFIG again.
Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module in
HWCONFIG again.
Make sure that the address is correct, and set the
Ethernet parameter for the CPU module in
HWCONFIG again.
Check the user name, and the password. Set the
Ethernet parameter for the CPU module in
HWCONFIG again.
Check the user name, and the password. Set the
Ethernet parameter for the CPU module in
HWCONFIG again.
1. Check whether the email address is correct.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
Check the setting of the Ether Link in NWCONFIG,
and download it again.
Check whether the device used in the Ether Link is
within the device range supported by the CPU
module.
Check whether the length of the data exchanged in
the Ether Link is within the range supported by the
CPU module.
Check the setting of the Ether Link in NWCONFIG,
and download it again.
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Error
code
Description
16#630A
The module ID or the setting
of the module is different from
the setting in the Ether Link.
16#630B
16#6602
16#6603
16#8230
16#8231
16#8232
16#8233
16#8235
16#8237
16#8238
16#8239
16#823A
16#823B
The setting of the netmask
address for the CPU or the
module is different from the
setting in the Ether Link.
The node number exceeds
the limit. (SM1598)
The device is undefined.
(SM1599)
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The IP address is illegal.
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The netmask address is
illegal.
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The gateway address is
illegal.
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The IP address filter is set
incorrectly.
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The static ARP table is set
incorrectly.
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The network number is illegal.
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The node number is illegal.
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The email is set incorrectly.
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The trigger in the email is set
incorrectly.
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The TCP socket is set
incorrectly.
Remedy
1. Check the setting of the parameter in
HWCONFIG.
2. Check the setting of the Ether Link in
NWCONFIG.
1. Check the setting of the parameter in
HWCONFIG.
2. Check the setting of the Ether Link in
NWCONFIG.
Check the network configuration in NWCONFIG,
and download it again.
Check the network configuration in NWCONFIG,
and download it again.
1. Check the Ethernet parameter in the CPU
module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the Ethernet parameter in the CPU
module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the Ethernet parameter in the CPU
module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the Ethernet parameter in the CPU
module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the Ethernet parameter in the CPU
module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the network configuration in NWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the network configuration in NWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the Ethernet parameter in the CPU
module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the Ethernet parameter in the CPU
module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the Ethernet parameter in the CPU
module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
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AH5 00 Hardw are Manu al
Error
code
16#823C
Description
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The UDP socket is set
incorrectly.
Remedy
1. Check the Ethernet parameter in the CPU
module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
9.1.3 BUS FAULT LED Indicator’s Being ON
When a CPU module detects an error, the BUS FAULT LED indicator on the CPU module is ON.
The BUS FAULT LED indicator on the CPU module corresponds to the ERROR LED indicator on an
I/O module. If an error occurs in an I/O module, the status of the BUS FAULT LED indicator on the
CPU module is the same as that of the ERROR LED indicator on the I/O module. If there are errors
occurring in the I/O modules, the BUS FAULT LED indicator on the CPU module will be ON. For
example, the BUS FAULT LED indicator on the CPU module will be ON if the ERROR LED indicator
on I/O module A is ON and the ERROR LED indicator on I/O module B blinks. If the ERROR LED
indicator on I/O module B still blinks after the error occurring in I/O module A is eliminated, the BUS
FAULT LED indicator on the CPU module will blink. Please refer to sections 12.4.2~12.4.8 in AH500
Operation Manual for more information about the LED indicators.
Users can get the remedies for the errors detected by a CPU module from the table below. If the
error code which users get is not listed in the table below, users need to check whether the I/O
module operates normally. Please refer to section 9.2 in this manual for more information about the
troubleshooting for I/O modules.
Error
Description
Remedy
code
Check whether the setting of the parameter for the
The I/O module can not
module is correct. If the setting is correct, please
16#0013
run/stop. (SM10)
check whether the module breaks down. If the error
still occurs, please contact the factory.
The contents of the system backup file are
incorrect, or the file does not exist in the path
specified. If the file exists and the procedure of
The procedure of restoring the restoring the system can not be executed, please
16#0014 system can not be executed.
backing up the system again. If the error still
(SM9)
occurs, please contact the factory. (Please refer to
section 7.5 in AH500 Operation Manual, and
section 18.2 in ISPSoft User Manual for more
information about the memory card.)
An error occurs when the data
16#1400 is accessed through the
Please contact the factory.
auxiliary processor. (SM9)
An error occurs when the data
16#1401 in the I/O module is accessed. Please contact the factory.
(SM9)
The actual arrangement of the Check whether the module table in HWCONFIG is
16#1402 I/O modules is not consistent
consistent with the actual arrangement of the I/O
with the module table. (SM9)
modules.
An error occurs when the data
Check whether the module operates normally. If the
16#1403 is read from the module.
error still occurs, please contact the factory.
(SM9)
Check whether the module breaks down. If the
A watchdog timer error occurs
16#1404
module breaks down, please replace it and contact
in the module. (SM9)
the factory.
The setting parameter of the
Set the parameter in HWCONFIG again, and
16#1405
module is not found. (SM9)
download it.
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Error
code
16#1406
16#1407
Description
A communication error occurs
when the data is accessed
through the main processor.
(SM9)
A communication error occurs
when the data is accessed
through the auxiliary
processor. (SM9)
16#1408
The communication with the
module is incorrect. (SM9)
16#1409
The extension backplane is
disconnected. (SM9)
16#140A
The communication with the
extension backplane is
incorrect. (SM9)
16#140B
The number of network
modules exceeds the limit.
(SM9)
Remedy
Check whether there is noise, and eliminate the
noise. If the error still occurs, please contact the
factory.
Check whether there is noise, and eliminate the
noise. If the error still occurs, please contact the
factory.
Check whether there is noise, and eliminate the
noise. If the error still occurs, please contact the
factory.
1. Check whether the extension backplane is
connected properly.
2. Check whether the extension backplane
operates normally, and make sure that the
extension backplane is not affected by noise.
1. Check whether the extension backplane is
connected properly.
2. Check whether the extension backplane
operates normally, and make sure that the
extension backplane is not affected by noise.
Please decrease the number of network modules to
the number supported by the system.
9.1.4 BUS FAULT LED Indicator’s Blinking
If the BUS FAULT LED blinks, please check the operating state of the module. Please refer to
sections 12.4.2~12.4.8 in AH500 Operation Manual for more information about the LED indicators,
and section 9.2 in this manual for more information about the troubleshooting for I/O modules.
9.1.5 Others
Error
code
Description
16#000F
The original program in the
PLC is damaged.
16#2026
The interrupt number used in
RS is incorrect.
16#600A
TCP connection failure
(SM1090)
Remedy
After users compile the program again, they can
download the program again.
Compile the program again, and download the
program again. If the error still occurs, please
contact the factory.
1. Check the actual network configuration, and
check whether the number of TCP connections
exceeds the upper limit supported by the CPU
module.
2. Retry the TCP connection later. (This error does
not cause the PLC to stop running. Users can
perform the corresponding remedy by means of
the related flag in the program.)
9 - 11
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Error
code
Description
16#600B
UDP connection failure
(SM1091)
16#600C
The TCP socket has been
used. (SM1109)
16#600D
The RJ45 port is not
connected.
16#6100
The email connection is busy.
(SM1113)
16#6104
The attachment in the email
does not exist. (SM1113)
16#6105
The attachment in the email is
oversized. (SM1113)
16#6107
There is an SMTP server
response timeout. (SM1113)
16#6201
The local communication port
set in the TCP socket function
is illegal.
16#6202
The remote communication
port set in the TCP socket
function is illegal.
16#6203
The device from which the data
is sent in the TCP socket
function is illegal.
16#6204
The transmitted data length set
in the TCP socket function is
illegal.
16#6205
The data which is sent through
the TCP socket exceeds the
device range.
9-12
Remedy
1. Check the actual network configuration, and
check whether the number of UDP connections
exceeds the upper limit supported by the CPU
module.
2. Retry the TCP connection later. (This error does
not cause the PLC to stop running. Users can
perform the corresponding remedy by means of
the related flag in the program.)
1. Check whether the actual data access results in
the use of the same socket.
2. Change the socket number, or retry the socket
later. (This error does not cause the PLC to stop
running. Users can perform the corresponding
remedy by means of the related flag in the
program.)
Check the communication cable.
Retry the email connection later. (This error does
not cause the PLC to stop running. Users can
perform the corresponding remedy by means of
the related flag in the program.)
Check whether the attachment exists in the
memory card.
Check the size of the file which is specified as the
attachment. If the size is over 2 MB, the file can
not be specified as the attachment.
1. Check whether the status of the SMTP server is
normal.
2. Retry the sending of the email later. (This error
does not cause the PLC to stop running. Users
can perform the corresponding remedy by
means of the related flag in the program.)
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
C h ap te r 9 Tro ub les ho o ti ng
Error
code
Description
16#6206
The device which receives the
data in the TCP socket function
is illegal.
16#6207
The received data length set in
the TCP socket function is
illegal.
16#6208
The data which is received
through the TCP socket
exceeds the device range.
16#620A
The local communication port
set in the UDP socket function
is illegal.
16#620B
The remote communication
port set in the UDP socket
function is illegal.
16#620C
The device from which the data
is sent in the UDP socket
function is illegal.
16#620D
The transmitted data length set
in the UDP socket function is
illegal.
16#620E
The data which is sent through
the UDP socket exceeds the
device range.
16#620F
The device which receives the
data in the UDP socket function
is illegal.
16#6210
The received data length set in
the UDP socket function is
illegal.
16#6211
The data which is received
through the UDP socket
exceeds the device range.
16#6212
There is no response from the
remote device after the timeout
period.
Make sure that the remote device is connected.
The data received exceeds the
limit.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
16#6213
Remedy
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the Ethernet parameter for the CPU module
in HWCONFIG again.
9-13
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Error
code
Description
Remedy
16#6214
The remote device refuses the
connection.
16#6215
The socket is not opened.
16#6217
The socket is opened.
Make sure that the remote device operates
normally.
Check whether operational sequence in the
program is correct.
Check whether operational sequence in the
program is correct.
Check whether operational sequence in the
program is correct.
Check whether operational sequence in the
program is correct.
Check whether operational sequence in the
program is correct.
1. Check the connection and the status of the
remote device.
2. Check whether the remote device supports the
Ether Link.
1. Check whether the number of connections in
the Ether Link exceeds the system load.
2. Retry the connection in the Ether Link later.
1. Check whether the CPU module in the Ether
Link operates normally.
2. Check whether the CPU modules are connected
normally.
16#6218
16#6219
The data has been sent
through the socket.
The data has been received
through the socket.
16#621A
The socket is closed.
16#6303
The remote device in the Ether
Link aborts the connection.
16#6304
The connection in the Ether
Link is busy.
16#6309
The remote device in the Ether
Link does not respond after the
timeout period.
16#6400
16#6401
16#6402
16#6403
16#6404
16#6405
16#6600
16#6601
The number of TCP
connections reaches the upper
limit, or the flag which is related
to the sending of the data is not
set to ON.
The remote device aborts the
connection.
There is no response from the
remote device after the timeout
period.
The remote IP address used in
the applied instruction is illegal.
The Modbus function code not
supported is received.
The number of data which will
be received is not consistent
with the actual length of the
data.
The network number which
receives the command
exceeds the range.
The network is undefined in the
network configuration
parameter.
16#6604
The number of routing
connections reaches the upper
limit.
16#6605
The unexpected packet is
received.
9-14
1. Check whether the flag which is related to the
sending of the data in the program is modified.
2. Retry the setting of the flag and the sending of
the packet.
Check whether the remote device support the
Modbus port (502).
Check whether the remote device operate
normally.
Check whether the program is correct.
Check the command transmitted from the remote
device.
Check the command transmitted from the remote
device.
Check the command transmitted from the remote
device.
Check the network configuration in NWCONFIG,
and download it again.
Resend the packet later. ((This error does not
cause the PLC to stop running. Users can perform
the corresponding remedy by means of the related
flag in the program.)
Check the command transmitted from the remote
device.
C h ap te r 9 Tro ub les ho o ti ng
Error
code
Description
16#6606
There is a routing response
timeout.
16#8105
The contents of the program
downloaded are incorrect.
The program syntax is
incorrect.
16#8106
The contents of the program
downloaded are incorrect.
The length of the execution
code exceeds the limit.
16#8107
The contents of the program
downloaded are incorrect.
The length of the source code
exceeds the limit.
16#820E
16#820F
16#8210
16#8211
16#8212
16#8215
The communication port
parameter downloaded is
incorrect.
The communication protocol is
incorrect.
The communication port
parameter downloaded is
incorrect.
The setting of the station
address is incorrect.
The communication port
parameter downloaded is
incorrect.
The choice among RS-232,
RS-485, and SR-422 is
incorrect.
The communication port
parameter downloaded is
incorrect.
The interval of retrying the
sending of the command is set
incorrectly.
The communication port
parameter downloaded is
incorrect.
The number of times the
sending of the command is
retried is set incorrectly.
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The interval of executing
interrupt 0 is set incorrectly.
Remedy
1. Check the network configuration in NWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the setting of the communication
timeout conform to the practical application.
1. Check whether the program syntax which is not
supported by the CPU module is used, and
check whether the version of the firmware has
its special limitation.
2. Check whether the version of ISPSoft used to
create the program is the same as the version of
ISPSoft used now.
1. Shorten the length of the program, and
download the program again.
2. Check whether the version of ISPSoft used to
create the program is the same as the version of
ISPSoft used now.
1. Shorten the length of the program, and
download the program again.
2. Check whether the version of ISPSoft used to
create the program is the same as the version of
ISPSoft used now.
1. Check the setting of the communication port
parameter for the CPU module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the setting of the communication port
parameter for the CPU module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the setting of the communication port
parameter for the CPU module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the setting of the communication port
parameter for the CPU module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the setting of the communication port
parameter for the CPU module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the setting of the basic parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
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Error
code
16#8216
16#8217
16#8218
16#8219
16#821A
16#821B
16#821D
16#9A01
Description
Remedy
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The interval of executing
interrupt 1 is set incorrectly.
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The interval of executing
interrupt 2 is set incorrectly.
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The interval of executing
interrupt 3 is set incorrectly.
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The watchdog timer is set
incorrectly.
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The setting of the scan time is
incorrect.
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
The setting of the remote
execution function is incorrect.
The CPU parameter
downloaded is incorrect.
An error occurs in the latched
area.
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 1 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
1. Check the setting of the basic parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the setting of the basic parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the setting of the basic parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the setting of the basic parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the setting of the basic parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the setting of the basic parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the setting of the basic parameter for the
CPU module in HWCONFIG.
2. Check whether the version of HWCONFIG used
now is compatible with the version of the CPU.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
16#9A02
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 2 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A03
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 3 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A04
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 4 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A05
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 5 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A06
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 6 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
9-16
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Error
code
Description
16#9A07
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 7 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A08
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 8 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A09
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 9 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A0A
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 10 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A0B
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 11 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A0C
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 12 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A0D
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 13 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A0E
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 14 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A0F
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 15 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A10
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 16 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A11
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 17 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A12
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 18 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A13
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 19 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
Remedy
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
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Error
code
Description
16#9A14
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 20 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A15
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 21 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A16
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 22 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A17
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 23 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A18
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 24 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A19
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 25 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A1A
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 26 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A1B
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 27 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A1C
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 28 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A1D
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 29 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A1E
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 30 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A1F
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 31 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
16#9A20
The setting of the data
exchange for slave 32 in the
PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1590)
9-18
Remedy
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
1. Check the program and the related special data
registers.
2. Set the PLC Link parameter in HWCONFIG
again.
C h ap te r 9 Tro ub les ho o ti ng
Error
code
16#9A21
16#9A22
16#9A23
16#9A24
16#9A25
16#9A26
16#9A27
16#9A28
16#9A29
16#9A2A
16#9A2B
16#9A2C
16#9A2D
Description
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 1 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 2 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 3 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 4 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 5 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 6 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 7 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 8 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 9 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 10 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 11 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 12 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 13 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
Remedy
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 1.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 2.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 3.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 4.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 5.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 6.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 7.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 8.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 9.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 10.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 11.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 12.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 13.
2. Check the communication cable.
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Error
code
16#9A2E
16#9A2F
16#9A30
16#9A31
16#9A32
16#9A33
16#9A34
16#9A35
16#9A36
16#9A37
16#9A38
16#9A39
16#9A3A
9-20
Description
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 14 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 15 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 16 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 17 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 18 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 19 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 20 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 21 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 22 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 23 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 24 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 25 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 26 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
Remedy
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 14.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 15.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 16.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 17.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 18.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 19.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 20.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 21.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 22.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 23.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 24.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 25.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 26.
2. Check the communication cable.
C h ap te r 9 Tro ub les ho o ti ng
Error
code
16#9A3B
16#9A3C
16#9A3D
16#9A3E
16#9A3F
16#9A40
16#9A41
Description
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 27 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 28 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 29 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 30 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 31 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
An error occurs when the
master communicates with
slave 32 in the PLC Link.
(SM1591)
There is no response from
slave 1 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A42
There is no response from
slave 2 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A43
There is no response from
slave 3 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A44
There is no response from
slave 4 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A45
There is no response from
slave 5 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A46
There is no response from
slave 6 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A47
There is no response from
slave 7 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A48
There is no response from
slave 8 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A49
There is no response from
slave 9 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
Remedy
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 27.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 28.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 29.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 30.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 31.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 32.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 1.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 2.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 3.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 4.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 5.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 6.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 7.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 8.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 9.
2. Check the communication cable.
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Error
code
Description
16#9A4A
There is no response from
slave 10 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A4B
There is no response from
slave 11 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A4C
There is no response from
slave 12 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A4D
There is no response from
slave 13 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A4E
There is no response from
slave 14 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A4F
There is no response from
slave 15 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A50
There is no response from
slave 16 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A51
There is no response from
slave 17 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A52
There is no response from
slave 18 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A53
There is no response from
slave 19 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A54
There is no response from
slave 20 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A55
There is no response from
slave 21 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A56
There is no response from
slave 22 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A57
There is no response from
slave 23 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A58
There is no response from
slave 24 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A59
There is no response from
slave 25 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A5A
There is no response from
slave 26 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
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Remedy
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 10.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 11.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 12.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 13.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 14.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 15.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 16.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 17.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 18.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 19.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 20.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 21.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 22.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 23.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 24.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 25.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 26.
2. Check the communication cable.
C h ap te r 9 Tro ub les ho o ti ng
Error
code
Description
16#9A5B
There is no response from
slave 27 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A5C
There is no response from
slave 28 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A5D
There is no response from
slave 29 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A5E
There is no response from
slave 30 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A5F
There is no response from
slave 31 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
16#9A60
16#9A61
16#9A62
16#9A63
16#9A64
There is no response from
slave 32 in the PLC Link.
(SM1592)
The setting of the PLC Link
mode is incorrect. (SM1589)
The number of polling cycles in
the PLC Link is incorrect.
(SM1592)
There is a handshaking timeout
when the CPU module
establishes a connection with
the network module. (SM1596)
There is no network module
parameter in the CPU module.
(SM1596)
Remedy
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 27.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 28.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 29.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 30.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 31.
2. Check the communication cable.
1. Check the communication setting in the master,
and the communication setting in slave 32.
2. Check the communication cable.
Make sure that SM1586 and SM1587 are not both
ON.
If the PLC Link is in the manual mode, please
make sure that the number of polling cycles is
within the range between 1 and 65535.
Check whether the network module operates
normally.
Download the parameter in HWCONFIG again.
9.2 Troubleshooting for I/O Modules
y The introduction of modules
Digital I/O modules, analog I/O modules, network modules, temperature measurement modules,
and motion control modules can be installed in an AH500 system. Please refer to AH500 Module
Manual for more information about the specifications for I/O modules. The error codes and the
remedies for the errors are listed below.
9.2.1 Troubleshooting for Analog I/O Modules and Temperature
Measurement Modules
Error
code
Description
Remedy
16#A000
The signal received by
channel 0 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator
blinks.)
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 0
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
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Error
code
16#A001
16#A002
16#A003
16#A004
16#A005
16#A006
16#A007
16#A400
16#A401
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Description
The signal received by
channel 1 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator
blinks.)
The signal received by
channel 2 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator
blinks.)
The signal received by
channel 3 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator
blinks.)
The signal received by
channel 4 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator
blinks.)
The signal received by
channel 5 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator
blinks.)
The signal received by
channel 6 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator
blinks.)
The signal received by
channel 7 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator
blinks.)
The signal received by
channel 0 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator is
ON.)
The signal received by
channel 1 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator is
ON.)
Remedy
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 1
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 2
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether The signal received by channel 3
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether The signal received by channel 4
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 5
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 6
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the input signal in channel 7
exceeds the specifications.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 0
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 1
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
C h ap te r 9 Tro ub les ho o ti ng
Error
code
16#A402
16#A403
16#A404
16#A405
16#A406
16#A407
16#A600
16#A601
16#A602
16#A603
16#A800
Description
The signal received by
channel 2 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator is
ON.)
The signal received by
channel 3 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator is
ON.)
The signal received by
channel 4 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator is
ON.)
The signal received by
channel 5 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator is
ON.)
The signal received by
channel 6 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator is
ON.)
The signal received by
channel 7 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator is
ON.)
Hardware failure
The external voltage is
abnormal.
Internal error
The CJC is abnormal.
Internal error
The factory correction is
abnormal.
The signal received by
channel 0 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator is
OFF.)
Remedy
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 2
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 3
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 4
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether The signal received by channel 5
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 6
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 7
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
1. Check whether the backplane is normal.
2. Check whether the module operate normally.
Check whether the external 24 V power supply to
the module is normal.
Please contact the factory.
Please contact the factory.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 0
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
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Error
code
16#A801
16#A802
16#A803
16#A804
16#A805
16#A806
16#A807
Description
The signal received by
channel 1 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator is
OFF.)
The signal received by
channel 2 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator is
OFF.)
The signal received by
channel 3 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator is
OFF.)
The signal received by
channel 4 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator is
OFF.)
The signal received by
channel 5 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator is
OFF.)
The signal received by
channel 6 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator is
OFF.)
The signal received by
channel 7 exceeds the range
of inputs which can be
received by the hardware.
(The ERROR LED indicator is
OFF.)
Remedy
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 1
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 2
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 3
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 4
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 5
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 6
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Check whether the signal received by channel 7
exceeds the range of inputs which can be received
by the hardware.
9.2.2 Troubleshooting for AH02HC-5A/AH04HC-5A
Error
code
Description
Remedy
16#A001
The linear accumulation in
channel 1 exceeds the range.
16#A002
The prescale value for
channel 1 exceeds the range.
16#A003
The moving average for
channel 1 exceeds the range.
To clear the linear accumulation, users need to set
bit 1 in CR0 to ON by means of FROM/TO.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The prescale value for channel 1 should be within
the range between 0 and 32767.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The moving average for channel 1 should be within
the range between 2 and 60.
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Error
code
Description
16#A004
The comparison value for
channel 1 exceeds the range.
16#A005
The limit value of the alarm
output for channel 1 is
incorrect.
16#A006
The interrupt number for
channel 1 exceeds the range.
16#A011
The linear accumulation in
channel 2 exceeds the range.
16#A012
The prescale value for
channel 2 exceeds the range.
16#A013
The moving average for
channel 2 exceeds the range.
16#A014
The comparison value for
channel 2 exceeds the range.
16#A015
The limit value of the alarm
output for channel 2 is
incorrect.
16#A016
The interrupt number for
channel 2 exceeds the range.
16#A021
The linear accumulation in
channel 3 exceeds the range.
16#A022
The prescale value for
channel 3 exceeds the range.
16#A023
The moving average for
channel 3 exceeds the range.
16#A024
The comparison value for
channel 3 exceeds the range.
16#A025
The limit value of the alarm
output for channel 3 is
incorrect.
16#A026
The interrupt number for
channel 3 exceeds the range.
16#A031
The linear accumulation in
channel 4 exceeds the range.
Remedy
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The comparison value for channel 1 should be
within the range between -999999999 and
999999999.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The limit value of the alarm output for channel 1
should be within the range between -200000 and
200000.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The interrupt number for channel 1 should be within
the range between 0 and 31.
To clear the linear accumulation, users need to set
bit 1 in CR28 to ON by means of FROM/TO.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The prescale value for channel 2 should be within
the range between 0 and 32767.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The moving average for channel 2 should be within
the range between 2 and 60.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The comparison value for channel 2 should be
within the range between -999999999 and
999999999.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The limit value of the alarm output for channel 2
should be within the range between -200000 and
200000.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The interrupt number for channel 2 should be within
the range between 0 and 31.
To clear the linear accumulation, users need to set
bit 1 in CR56 to ON by means of FROM/TO.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The prescale value for channel 3 should be within
the range between 0 and 32767.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The moving average for channel 3 should be within
the range between 2 and 60.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The comparison value for channel 3 should be
within the range between -999999999 and
999999999.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The limit value of the alarm output for channel 3
should be within the range between -200000 and
200000.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The interrupt number for channel 3 should be within
the range between 0 and 31.
To clear the linear accumulation, users need to set
bit 1 in CR84 to ON by means of FROM/TO.
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Error
code
Description
16#A032
The prescale value for
channel 4 exceeds the range.
16#A033
The moving average for
channel 4 exceeds the range.
16#A034
The comparison value for
channel 4 exceeds the range.
16#A035
The limit value of the alarm
output for channel 4 is
incorrect.
16#A036
The interrupt number for
channel 4 exceeds the range.
Remedy
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The prescale value for channel 4 should be within
the range between 0 and 32767.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The moving average for channel 4 should be within
the range between 2 and 60.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The comparison value for channel 4 should be
within the range between -999999999 and
999999999.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The limit value of the alarm output for channel 4
should be within the range between -200000 and
200000.
Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
The interrupt number for channel 4 should be within
the range between 0 and 31.
9.2.3 Troubleshooting for AH05PM-5A/AH10PM-5A
The programs and the setting which are mentioned in the table below are edited in PMSoft version
2.02 or above.
Error
Description
Remedy
code
16#A002 The subroutine has no data.
A program should be written in the subroutine.
CJ, CJN, and JMP have no
Write the pointers which match CJ, CJN, and
16#A003
matching pointers.
JMP respectively.
There is a subroutine pointer in
The subroutine pointer can not be in the main
16#A004
the main program.
program.
16#A005 Lack of the subroutine
The nonexistent subroutine can not be called.
The pointer is used repeatedly in The pointer can not be used repeatedly in the
16#A006
the same program.
same program.
The subroutine pointer is used
The subroutine pointer can not be used
16#A007
repeatedly.
repeatedly.
The pointer used in JMP is used
The pointer used in JMP can not be used
16#A008 repeatedly in different
repeatedly in different subroutines.
subroutines.
The pointer used in JMP is the
The pointer used in JMP can not be the same as
16#A009 same as the pointer used in
the pointer used in CALL.
CALL.
Target position (I) of the single
The target position (I) of the single speed should
16#A00B
speed is incorrect.
be set correctly.
Check whether target position (II) of the
Target position (II) of the
16#A00C
single-axis motion and target position (I) of the
single-axis motion is incorrect.
single-axis motion are in opposite directions.
The setting of speed (I) of the
16#A00D
Set the speed of the single-axis motion.
single-axis motion is incorrect.
The setting of speed (II) of the
16#A00E
The setting value can not be zero.
single-axis motion is incorrect.
The setting of the speed (VRT) of Set the speed of returning to zero properly. (The
16#A00F
returning to zero is incorrect.
setting value can not be zero.)
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Error
code
16#A010
16#A011
16#A012
16#A013
16#A014
16#A015
16#A017
16#A018
16#A019
16#A01A
16#A01B
16#A01C
16#A01D
16#A01E
16#A01F
16#A020
Description
The setting of the deceleration
(VCR) of returning to zero is
incorrect.
The setting of the JOG speed is
incorrect.
The positive pulses generated
by the single-axis clockwise
motion are inhibited.
The negative pulses generated
by the single-axis
counterclockwise motion are
inhibited.
The limit switch is reached.
The device which is used
exceeds the device range.
An error occurs when the device
is modified by a 16-bit index
register/32-bit index register.
The conversion into the
floating-point number is
incorrect.
The conversion into the
binary-coded decimal number is
incorrect.
Incorrect division operation (The
divisor is 0.)
General program error
LD/LDI has been used more
than nine times.
There is more than one level of
nested program structure
supported by RPT/RPE.
SRET is used between RPT and
RPE.
There is no M102 in the main
program, or there is no M2 in the
motion program.
The wrong instruction is used, or
the device used exceeds the
range.
Remedy
Set the speed of returning to zero. The
deceleration should be less than the speed of
returning to zero. (The setting value can not be
zero.)
The setting value can not be zero.
The error occurs because the limit sensor is
triggered. Check the status of the limit sensor,
and check whether the motor operates normally.
The error occurs because the limit sensor is
triggered. Check the status of the limit sensor,
and check whether the motor operates normally.
The error occurs because the limit sensor is
triggered. Check the status of the limit sensor,
and check whether the motor operates normally.
Use the device which does not exceed the device
range.
Use the 16-bit index register/32-bit index register
which does not exceed the device range.
Modify the operation to prevent the abnormal
number from occurring.
Modify the operation to prevent the abnormal
number from occurring.
Modify the operation to prevent the divisor from
being zero.
Modify the program to make the syntax correct.
Modify the program to prevent LD/LDI from being
used more than nine times.
Modify the program to prevent more than one
level of nested program structure supported by
RPT/RPE from being used.
Modify the program to prevent SRET from being
used between RPT and RPE.
Modify the program so that there is M102 in the
main program, or modify the program so that
there is M2 in the motion program.
Check and modify the program to prevent the
wrong instruction from being used, or check
whether the device used exceeds the device
range.
9.2.4 Troubleshooting for AH20MC-5A
The programs and the setting which are mentioned in the table below are edited in PMSoft version
2.02 or above.
Error
Description
Remedy
code
16#A002 The subroutine has no data.
A program should be written in the subroutine.
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Error
code
16#A003
16#A004
16#A005
16#A006
16#A007
16#A008
16#A009
16#A00B
16#A00C
16#A00D
16#A00E
16#A00F
16#A010
16#A011
16#A012
16#A013
16#A014
16#A015
16#A017
16#A018
16#A019
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Description
CJ, CJN, and JMP have no
matching pointers.
There is a subroutine pointer in
the main program.
Lack of the subroutine
The pointer is used repeatedly in
the same program.
The subroutine pointer is used
repeatedly.
The pointer used in JMP is used
repeatedly in different
subroutines.
The pointer used in JMP is the
same as the pointer used in
CALL.
Target position (I) of the single
speed is incorrect.
Target position (II) of the
single-axis motion is incorrect.
The setting of speed (I) of the
single-axis motion is incorrect.
The setting of speed (II) of the
single-axis motion is incorrect.
The setting of the speed (VRT) of
returning to zero is incorrect.
The setting of the deceleration
(VCR) of returning to zero is
incorrect.
The setting of the JOG speed is
incorrect.
The positive pulses generated
by the single-axis clockwise
motion are inhibited.
The negative pulses generated
by the single-axis
counterclockwise motion are
inhibited.
The limit switch is reached.
The device which is used
exceeds the device range.
An error occurs when the device
is modified by a 16-bit index
register/32-bit index register.
The conversion into the
floating-point number is
incorrect.
The conversion into the
binary-coded decimal number is
incorrect.
Remedy
Write the pointers which match CJ, CJN, and
JMP respectively.
The subroutine pointer can not be in the main
program.
The nonexistent subroutine can not be called.
The pointer can not be used repeatedly in the
same program.
The subroutine pointer can not be used
repeatedly.
The pointer used in JMP can not be used
repeatedly in different subroutines.
The pointer used in JMP can not be the same as
the pointer used in CALL.
The target position (I) of the single speed should
be set correctly.
Check whether target position (II) of the
single-axis motion and target position (I) of the
single-axis motion are in opposite directions.
Set the speed of the single-axis motion.
The setting value can not be zero.
Set the speed of returning to zero properly. (The
setting value can not be zero.)
Set the speed of returning to zero. The
deceleration should be less than the speed of
returning to zero. (The setting value can not be
zero.)
The setting value can not be zero.
The error occurs because the limit sensor is
triggered. Check the status of the limit sensor,
and check whether the motor operates normally.
The error occurs because the limit sensor is
triggered. Check the status of the limit sensor,
and check whether the motor operates normally.
The error occurs because the limit sensor is
triggered. Check the status of the limit sensor,
and check whether the motor operates normally.
Use the device which does not exceed the device
range.
Use the 16-bit index register/32-bit index register
which does not exceed the device range.
Modify the operation to prevent the abnormal
number from occurring.
Modify the operation to prevent the abnormal
number from occurring.
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Error
code
16#A01A
16#A01B
16#A01C
16#A01D
16#A01E
16#A01F
16#A020
Description
Remedy
Incorrect division operation (The
divisor is 0.)
General program error
LD/LDI has been used more
than nine times.
There is more than one level of
nested program structure
supported by RPT/RPE.
SRET is used between RPT and
RPE.
There is no M102 in the main
program, or there is no M2 in the
motion program.
Modify the operation to prevent the divisor from
being zero.
Modify the program to make the syntax correct.
Modify the program to prevent LD/LDI from being
used more than nine times.
Modify the program to prevent more than one
level of nested program structure supported by
RPT/RPE from being used.
Modify the program to prevent SRET from being
used between RPT and RPE.
Modify the program so that there is M102 in the
main program, or modify the program so that
there is M2 in the motion program.
Check and modify the program to prevent the
wrong instruction from being used, or check
whether the device used exceeds the device
range.
The wrong instruction is used, or
the device used exceeds the
range.
9.2.5 Troubleshooting for AH10EN-5A
Error
code
16#A001
Description
The IP address of host 1
conflicts with another system
on the network.
16#A003
16#A004
The IP address of host 2
conflicts with another system
on the network.
DHCP for host 1 fails.
DHCP for host 2 fails.
16#A401
Hardware error
16#A402
The initialization of the system
fails.
16#A002
Remedy
1. Contact the network administrator, and check
whether the IP address is correct.
2. Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
1. Contact the network administrator, and check
whether the IP address is correct.
2. Check the module parameter in HWCONFIG.
Please contact the network administrator
Please contact the network administrator
Please restore the hardware to the factory setting. If
the error still occurs, please contact the factory.
Please restore the system to the factory setting. If
the error still occurs, please contact the factory.
9.2.6 Troubleshooting for AH10SCM-5A
Error
code
16#A002
16#A401
Description
The setting of the UD Link is
incorrect, or the
communication fails.
Hardware error
16#A804
The communication through
the communication port is
incorrect.
16#A808
Modbus communication error
Remedy
Check the setting in SCMSoft, and download the
setting again.
Please contact the factory.
1. Check whether the communication cable is
connected well.
2. Check the parameter in HWCONFIG, and the
parameter. Download the parameter again.
1. Check whether the communication cable is
connected well.
2. Check the parameter in HWCONFIG, and the
parameter. Download the parameter again.
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9.2.7 Troubleshooting for AH10DNET-5A
The parameters which are mentioned in the table below are set in DeviceNet Builder version 1.07 or
above.
Error
Description
Remedy
code
AH10DNET-5A stops
Switch the operating status of the CPU module to the
16#A080
running.
running status.
No slave is put in the scan
Put slaves in the scan list, and then download the
16#A0F1
list of AH10DNET-5A.
scan list to AH10DNET-5A.
1. Check whether the node ID of the slave changes.
2. Check whether the communication cable is
AH10DNET-5A functions as
disconnected or loose.
a master. The slave in the
3. Check whether the length of the cable is larger
scan list is disconnected or
than the maximum transmission distance. If the
does not exist.
length of the cable is larger than the maximum
transmission distance, the stability of the system
can not be ensured.
16#A0E2
1. Check whether the node ID of the slave changes.
2. Check whether the communication cable is
disconnected or loose.
AH10DNET-5A as a slave
3.
Check whether the length of the cable is larger
does not connect to the I/O
than
the maximum transmission distance. If the
module as a master.
length of the cable is larger than the maximum
transmission distance, the stability of the system
can not be ensured.
If the error has occurred for a long time, please
eliminate the error in the following way.
1. Make sure that there are at least two nodes
working normally on the network.
2. Check whether the both ends of the cable are
connected to 121 Ω terminal resistors.
3. Check whether the serial transmission speeds of
AH10DNET-5A is checking
other devices on the network are the same.
whether its node ID is the
16#A0E7 same as the node ID of
4. Check whether the communication cable is
other device on the
disconnected or loose.
network.
5. Check whether the length of the communication
cable is larger than the maximum transmission
distance. If the length of the communication cable
is larger than the maximum transmission distance,
the stability of the system can not be ensured.
6. Check whether the shielded cable is grounded.
7. Supply power to AH10DNET-5A again.
AH10DNET-5A is being
If the error has occurred for a long time, please
16#A0E8
initialized.
supply power to the module again.
The node ID of
Make sure that the node ID of AH10DNET-5A is the
AH10DNET-5A is the same
only one on the network. If the node ID of
16#A0F0 as other node ID on the
AH10DNET-5A is not the only one on the network,
network, or exceeds the
please change the node ID, and supply power to
range.
AH10DNET-5 again.
The working voltage of
Check whether the working voltage of AH10DNET-5A
16#A0F2
AH10DNET-5A is low.
and that of an AH500 series CPU module are normal.
AH10DNET-5A enters the
Switch IN 1 on the module OFF, and supply power to
16#A0F3
test mode.
AH10DNET-5A again.
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Error
code
16#A0F4
16#A0F5
16#A0F6
16#A0F7
16#A0F8
16#A0F9
16#A0FA
Description
The bus of AH10DNET-5A
becomes OFF.
AH10DNET-5A detects that
there is no network power
supply to the DeviceNet.
Something is wrong with the
internal memory of
AH10DNET-5A.
Something is wrong with the
data exchange unit of
AH10DNET-5A.
The product ID of
AH10DNET-5A is incorrect.
An error occurs when the
data is read from
AH10DNET-5A, or when the
data is written into
AH10DNET-5A.
The node ID of
AH10DNET-5A is the same
as that of the slave set in the
scan list.
Remedy
1. Check whether the communication cable is
normal, and whether the shielded cable is
grounded.
2. Check whether the serial transmission speeds of
other devices on the network are the same.
3. Check whether the both ends of the cable are
connected to 121 Ω terminal resistors.
4. Supply power to AH10DNET-5A again.
Check whether the communication cable is normal,
and whether the network power supply is normal.
Supply power to AH10DNET-5A again. If the error still
occurs, please contact the factory.
Supply power to AH10DNET-5A again. If the error still
occurs, please contact the factory.
Supply power to AH10DNET-5A again. If the error still
occurs, please contact the factory.
Supply power to AH10DNET-5A again. If the error still
occurs, please contact the factory.
1. Set the node ID of AH10DNET-5A again. The new
node ID can not be the same as the node ID of the
slave set in the scan list. Supply power to
AH10DNET-5A again.
2. Put no slave in the scan list, and download the
blank scan list to AH10DNET-5A through the
simulated online mode in the software. Supply
power to AH10DNET-5A again.
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