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PLC-based Process Control
Series
Programmable Controllers
CS1W-LC
Loop Control Boards/Units Ver. 3.0 (Version Upgrade)
CS1D-CPU
P CS1D Process CPU Units (for Duplex-CPU Systems)
WS02-LCTC1-EV5 CX-Process Tool Ver. 5.0 (Version Upgrade)
CS1W-P
Process Analog I/O Units 8-input Models Added to Series
CS1WAnalog I/O Units 16-input Models Added to Series
Fully Integrated Sequence and Process Control
for the Ideal Control System for Every Application
Note: Do not use this document to operate the Unit.
OMRON Corporation
Control Devices Division H.Q.
Shiokoji Horikawa, Shimogyo-ku,
Kyoto, 600-8530 Japan
Tel: (81)75-344-7109
Fax: (81)75-344-7149
Regional Headquarters
OMRON EUROPE B.V.
Wegalaan 67-69, NL-2132 JD Hoofddorp
The Netherlands
Tel:(31)2356-81-300/
Fax:(31)2356-81-388
OMRON ELECTRONICS LLC
1 East Commerce Drive, Schaumburg,
IL 60173 U.S.A.
Tel:(1)847-843-7900/Fax:(1)847-843-8568
Printed on 100%
Recycled Paper
Authorized Distributor:
OMRON ASIA PACIFIC PTE. LTD.
83 Clemenceau Avenue,
#11-01, UE Square,
Singapore 239920
Tel:(65)6835-3011/Fax: (65)6835-2711
OMRON (CHINA) CO., LTD.
Room 2211, Bank of China Tower,
200 Yin Cheng Zhong Road,
PuDong New Area, Shanghai, 200120 China
Tel: (86)21-5037-2222/Fax: (86)21-5037-2200
Note: Specifications subject to change without notice.
Cat. No. P051-E1-07
Printed in Japan
0106-2M
OMRON's PLC-based Process Control = Process Control
General-purpose PLCs provide everything from
simple loop control to advanced process control to meet customer needs.
The accelerating wave of globalization calls for rebuilding
systems to cope with changes in demand. And now
OMRON has taken its wealth of technical know-how in
factory automation and
process control technology
to create a PLC-based
DCS functionality in a PLC
process control system.
Analog Units with signal
conversion functions
A scaleable system
configuration
The open nature of the PLCs is joined by integrating hardware,
software, and networking to meet your needs.
Increasing amounts of information, standardization, and open standards form the basis
for achieving hardware and networking capabilities for process control.
A wide range of software that can be easily used by design, development, and
maintenance personnel makes operating and maintaining the system far easier.
Operation, Monitoring, and Data Logging
Touch Panels
NS-series PT
Application Software
PLC Reporter 32
Compolet
Communications
Middleware
FinsGateway 2003
Function block programming
Sequence programming
using either step ladders or
sequence tables
A direct link to HMI products
HMI Software
User Application
Special HMI software
CX-Process Monitor Plus
Commercially available
HMI software
HMI software
compatible with
FinsGateway 2003
Ethernet or Controller Link
PLC
CS1 Duplex
PLC
CS/CJ-series *
Loop Control Boards/Units
CJ-series Loop-control CPU Units
Process Analog I/O Units
CS1D Process-control CPU Unit
(for Duplex-CPU Systems)
Process Analog I/O Units
DeviceNet
Duplex operation supported
Complete maintenance
functions
*For details on the CJ Series, refer to the Loop-control CPU Units Catalog (R128-E1-01).
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Going Beyond the Traditional Limits of PLCs with
PLC-based Process Control
Reducing the Total Cost of Ownership from Initial Costs through Running Costs.
PLC-based Process Control Meets Customer Needs
Existing System Problems
Systems are large, meaning
high initial costs.
The over-spec nature of a distributed control system
(DCS) increased costs. PLCs, however, could not
provide the required process control capabilities, and
signal conversion with isolators and other devices was
required for I/O. It was just not possible to achieve the
ideal system for a specific application.
PLC-based Process Control
Cut costs, Save space,
Reduce labor
PLCs provide the same functionality and performance
as DCS while also providing the advanced features of
PLCs: Open specs, easy maintenance, and cost
performance. A wide range of Isolated-type Analog
Units helps to save space and greatly reduces system
costs.
Avoid Problems and Minimize Risks with a Duplex System
Increase the reliability of the facilities
and devices with a Duplex PLC-based
Process Control System.
Duplex PLC, the basis of
a continuous-operation system
If an error occurs in the active CPU Unit, the standby CPU
Unit takes over in an instant (using the hot standby
method) so that system operation continues essentially
unaffected. Other duplex variations are also possible. For
example, instead of duplexing the CPU Unit, Power Supply
Unit, and Controller Link Unit, a system can be constructed
with a Single-CPU Unit and only a duplex Power Supply
Unit or only a duplex Controller Link Unit.
A duplex system means rapid recovery
for errors without stopping system
operation.
Replace Units with power supplied or even while the
system is running, including CPU Units (Duplex-CPU
system), Power Supply Units, Communications Units,
Basic I/O Units, and Special I/O Units.
Duplex Communications Units
(e.g., Controller Link Units or
Ethernet Units) to increase
network reliability
CS1D Process Control
CPU Units
Duplex Power Supply
Units to handle power
supply problems
PLC-based Process Control Application Examples
In-line Blending in a Food Plant
Batch Control in a Chemical Plant
Personal computer
HMI Software
Personal computer
HMI Software
The manufacturer must be relied upon for everything
from system construction to maintenance. Even
simple changes to parameters cannot be performed
in-house. And, it's nearly impossible to use generalpurpose devices and software (such as HMI devices or
Windows-based software) when modifying the
system.
Engineering is simple when you
can program with function blocks.
Paste function blocks in a window just like you were
creating a flow sheet, and then connect the blocks
with the mouse to graphically program a wide range
of process control. And with a PLC, it's easy to
incorporate general-purpose HMI devices and
software (such as touch panels and SCADA software).
Ethernet
Ethernet
SYSMAC CS1 Duplex
(CS1D Process-control CPU Unit)
SYSMAC CS1 PLC with advanced
Loop Control Board
Flowrate control (blended
PID control)
Materials tanks
Reaction control
Motor
Running costs are high because
maintenance and modifications
require specialists.
Flowrate
Control outputs
A
B
Motor
Motor
Product tanks
Motor
Motor
A
C
B
Intermediate tank
Drying equipment
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A Revolutionary Solution to Process Control
Advanced Controller Functions in a PLC
For easier loop control, for advanced PLC-based analog control:
The New SYSMAC CS1-based Solution
Existing System Problems
Excessive installation space
is required.
When using more than one controller for multi-loop
control, the control panel is just too big. And
specification changes required altering the control
panel, making changes difficult.
PLC-based Process Control
Consolidate the functions of
many controllers
Programming is as simple as combining the function
blocks required by the application. To increase the
number of controlled loops, just add them to the
program. HMI windows can also be created easily
using a wide range of utility software.
Adding OMRON's Storage and Processing Unit (SPU Unit), which enables
high-speed, large volume, and reliable collection of logging data held in the
Process Input Unit, provides a means to
analyze production processes, abnormal
operation, and relationships between data
SYSMAC SPU
and quality.
Use an environment-resistant PLC Unit to collect data
without a personal computer.
High-speed, large-capacity data collection.
Collected data is saved in CSV files.
No ladder programming is required for data collection.
Flexibly convert data types into different file formats.
Software available to easily transfer collected data to a
host computer.
Memory Card
CSV file
Data Management
CSV file Middleware
Files automatically copied to a computer.
Ethernet
Communications must be programmed to input data
to the PLC. And communications time can restrict
control performance. The more controllers that are
used, the more difficult maintenance becomes.
CS1D
Process-control CPU Unit
CS1W-LCB01/05
CS-series/CS1D-S
Loop Control Board
Advanced controller functions are built
into the CS1 PLCs. No programming is
required for communications.
The Loop Control Boards and Units were designed for
the CS1 PLCs and require no communications
programming. High-speed, flexible data links can be
created with the PLC to increase control performance.
Machinery (built-in devices)
Programming communications
with the controllers is
extremely difficult.
Processing facility
Compact CJ-series Loop-control CPU Units ideal for equipment
built-in controller applications have been added to the series,
further expanding the selection to suit the application.
CJ1G-CPU4 P
CJ-series Loop-control
CPU Unit
CJ1W-TC
CJ-series Temperature
Control Unit
Easy
High-speed and highly reliable (duplex)
For details on the CJ Series, refer to the Loop-control CPU Units Catalog (R128).
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The Smart Products that Configure OMRON Process Control
The required number of engineering steps is reduced by software that
enables analog control programming by combining function blocks and
easy connection to HMI devices.
Loop Control Boards (LCBs) and Loop Control Units (LCUs)
Packed with complete DCS
functionality, the LCBs/LCUs are
programmed with function blocks
designed specifically for process
control. By combining function blocks,
a wide array of control methods,
from basic PID control to cascade and
feed-forward control can be easily
configured.
The LCB/LCU is used in combination
with I/O Units to perform I/O
operations.
Example: Cascade Control
(Heating/Cooling)
Analog
Input Unit
Analog
Output Unit
PID1
Loop Control
Unit/Board
PV1
With Function Blocks:
Isolated-type
Ai4 Terminal
PID1
MV1
RSP1
PV2
PID2
Split
Converter
Basic PID
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
SP
Y1
MV
PV
PVE
RSP
MIE
MVE
X1
Y1
Y2
Isolated-type
Ao4 Terminal
X1
X2
X3
X4
Basic PID
SP
Y1
MV
PV
PVE
RSP
MIE
MVE
Temperature
Heat
exchange
CX-One
Integrated Package Tool
The CX-One is an integrated software package that
includes the CX-Programmer PLC Support Software and
CX-Process Loop Controller Support Software, as well as
the CX-Designer PT Support Software. The CX-One
provides inter-software information and settings
inheritance for complete system-level support. Even
advanced parameters from CPU Unit to CPU Bus Unit
parameters through FA network startup can be easily set
without relying on user manuals.
MV2
Split
conversion
Temperature
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Steam
Network Support Software:
CX-Integrator
CX-Process Tool
PID2
Cooling
water
Programming
Drain
Process Analog I/O Units
I/O tables
Existing DCS's, PLCs, etc.
Process I/O Units
Sequence table
ITEM list
Block connection diagrams
Engineering is simplified by a host of debugging
functions that help in setting up the program.
Other functions
Signal converter
Power supply
Operation and Debugging
Isolator
These Analog I/O Units provide the
functionality of isolators, power
supplies, signal converters, and other
devices. The built-in functions, such as
measurement value alarms, rate-ofchange calculations, and square roots,
have enabled major savings in cost and
space compared with previous systems.
High-resolution Models and 8-point
Input Models are also available. By
combining the Units,
logging/monitoring systems can be
constructed, or the Units can be used
together with LCBs/LCUs to construct
complete process control systems.
Parameters can be easily displayed and
set in an easy-to-understand form
without special tools.
Program graphically by pasting function blocks for PID
control, square root calculations, or other functions in a
window and then connect them with the mouse. Multiple
function blocks can be grouped together to define a
single user-defined function block. Function blocks can
also be used in sequence tables and step ladders for
sequence control programming.
Parameter settings
SYSMAC CS1D-series Duplex PLCs
Process control system redundancy is
easily achieved by mounting
Process-control CPU Units to the
SYSMAC CS1D system. A duplex
system can greatly reduce risk in
chemical plants, ship boiler systems,
semiconductor utilities, or anywhere
reliability is demanded.
Replace Units without Stopping the System.
Active
Standby
Problem
corrected
ITEM lists for individual function blocks can be
monitored or settings can be changed.
Parameters can be easily monitored or changed on
tuning windows (up to 4 windows can be started
simultaneously).
Tuning data can be saved in CSV format.
Individual function blocks can be added or deleted
during operation.
Connection, tag, and comment data can be downloaded
to or uploaded from a Memory Card in a Loop Control
Board (see note) or CPU Unit.
Tool tuning
Operation check
Connection map
Note: Except for CS1D Process-control CPU Units.
Active
CX-Process Monitor Plus
Monitoring
r
Erro
Active
Standby
Duplex operation
resumed.
This Windows-based utility is used to download function
block data from Loop Controllers and to monitor the
system with control windows (images of the on-site
functions), trend windows, graphic windows,
annunciator windows, and more. Window configurations
can be easily produced by simply selecting the desired
tags.
Overview window
8
Trend window
9
Utility Software
Progressively Easier Handling
New Functions for the LCB01/05 Unit Ver. 3.0
with CX-Process Tool Ver. 5.0
Even Easier to Use
Unrestricted location
Engineering steps can be
drastically reduced by
combining a Loop Controller
with an NS-series
Programmable Terminal (PT).
Function blocks can now be positioned anywhere on the
block diagram. And, up to 64 function blocks can be
placed on one diagram instead of the previous 18. This
makes programs easier to read than ever before.
Supported by CS1W-LCB01/05 unit Ver. 3.0 or later.
Improved maintenance capabilities
Backup Tags, Comments,
and Connections Data
Tag settings, comments, annotations, and function block
connection data previously saved to Memory Cards can
now also be saved in the LCB. CS1 CPU Units support
simple backup functions using the Memory Card that
enable backup, recovery, and comparison of all PLC data
including function block data in the Loop Control Board.
Created screens are
easily transferred to the
PT using a Memory Card
or network connection.
Face Plate Auto-Builder for NS
Automatically Generate Control
and Tuning Windows The software
generates NS touch panel screen
data from tag information created
on the CX-Process Tool (tag
names, tag comments, scaling, I/O
allocations, etc.).
There is no need for troublesome
communications address settings
on the PT or ladder programming.
The generated data can be edited
on the CX-Designer (NS screen
creation software) as required.
CX-Process Tool
Ver.5.0
NS-series PT
CS1 + LCB/LCU
CX-Designer
(NS screen creation software)
Editing of created data.
Creating other screens as
required.
Simple Backup
Loop Control Board (LCB)
Tag settings,
comments,
annotations,
and function
block
connection data
Function block data
Saved to LCB
or Memory
Card.
CX-Process Tool
(function block programming
software)
Loop Controller programming
CSV tag file output
Face Plate Auto-Builder
for NS
CPU Unit
Supported by CS1W-LCB01/05 unit Ver. 3.0 or later.
Memory Card in CPU Unit
Wireless debugging
(calibration setting)
Any desired PV can be set without using inputs from
field devices to enable checking operation with only a
computer and the PLC. No loads need to be connected
to verify programming or check operation in advance.
Supported by CS1W-LCB01/05 unit Ver. 3.0 or later.
Virtual PV input using
wireless debugging
PV
TAG001
PID
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System Configuration
Mounting Position
System Configuration
Mounting Position
Loop Control Boards/Units
Process Analog I/O Units
CS1W-LCB01/05
Process Analog I/O Units are classified as CS-series Special I/O Units
and are mounted to the CPU Rack or a CS-series Expansion Rack.
The number of Units that can be mounted to a single Rack (CPU Rack
or Expansion Rack) depends on the maximum supply current of the
Power Supply Unit and the current consumption of other Units
mounted to the Rack. Process Analog I/O Units can be mounted in any
position on the Racks.
The CS1W-LCB01/05 Loop Control Board is an Inner Board for CSseries CPU Units. Only one Loop Control Board can be mounted to a
[email protected]@@H or [email protected]@S CPU Unit.
CS1-H CPU Unit
CPU Rack
CPU Rack
PORT
PORT
The Loop Control Board is
mounted in the Inner Board slot.
I/O Unit
CPU Power
Unit Supply
Unit
[email protected]
CS-series Expansion Rack 1
The LCB05D Duplex Loop Control Board is mounted in the Inner
Board slot of the [email protected] and cannot be removed.
CS1D
CPU Rack
Process-control CPU Unit
I/O Unit
LEFT CPU
Power
Supply
Unit
RIGHT CPU
DPL SW
ON
INIT.
SW
CS-series Expansion Rack 2
PORT
ON
DUPLEX
DUPLEX
One Loop Control Board is mounted in each of the Inner Board slots
(and cannot be removed).
CS1W-LC001
I/O Unit
The CS1W-LC001 Loop Control Unit is a CS-series CPU Bus Unit. Up
to three Loop Control Units can be mounted to the CPU Rack of a CSseries or CS1D CPU Unit.
Power
Supply
Unit
Up to seven
Expansion
Racks can be
connected.
CS-series Expansion Rack 7
CPU Unit
CPU Rack
I/O Unit
PORT
Power
Supply
Unit
Up to three Loop Control Units can be
mounted in any position on the CPU Rack.
PLC-based Process Control Configuration Example
The process control system is configured using Loop Control Boards/Units, Process Analog I/O Units, and Analog I/O Units to control the functions
of the peripheral instruments.
PLC
Personal computer
for monitoring
Personal computer
used for programming
and monitoring
PT
Compensating
conductor
4 to 20 mA
Sensor
12
4 to 20 mA
Flow Rate Sensor
Pulse signal
Capacitive Flow
Rate Sensor
4 to 20 mA
Thermocouple
Process
4 to 20 mA
Loop Control Boards and Units
General Specifications
Loop Control Boards and Units
General Specifications
Item
Specification
Name
Loop Control Boards
Unit classification
CS-series Inner Boards
Loop Control Unit (See note 1.)
Model number
CS1W-LCB01:
Standard Inner Board
CS1W-LCB05:
Special Inner Board
LCB05D:
CS1W-LC001
Duplex Inner Board
Applicable CPU Units
CS1G/[email protected]@H
[email protected]@S
(See note 2.)
CS1G/[email protected]@H
[email protected]@S
(See note 2.)
Built into the CS1D- CS-series CPU Units
[email protected]
Mounting location
Inner Board slot in CPU Unit
CPU Rack only
Number of Boards/
Units
1 Board max. per CPU Unit
3 Units max. per CPU Unit
CS-series CPU Bus Unit
Data ex- I/O memory User Link Tables: ITEM data for function blocks can be allocated in any
part of I/O memory (CIO, WR, HR, or DM Areas, or EM Area bank 0).
change
with CPU
Unit
All data
CPU Terminal Blocks: ITEM data for function
blocks can be allocated in any part of I/O memory
in the CPU Unit. (CIO, WR, HR, or DM Areas, or
EM Area bank 0)
HMI function used to allocate function block ITEM data for Control, Op- Send/Receive All Blocks: Can be allocated in any
eration, and External Controller blocks in the specified bank of the EM part of I/O memory. (CIO, WR, HR, or DM Areas,
or EM Area bank 0) (Default: No data allocated.)
Area in the CPU Unit. (Default: Bank 0)
Setting switches
None
Rotary switch on front panel: Unit number (0 to F)
Indicators
3 LEDs: RUN, ready, and communications port send/receive
5 LEDs: RUN operation, communications port
send, communications port receive, CPU Unit error, and Unit error
Front panel connections
RS-232C port x 1 (The CS1D-LCB05D cannot be used to connect to the ES100X Controller.)
Data backup
By super capacitor: All function block data (including sequence tables By battery: All function block data (including step
and step ladder instructions)
ladder instructions) and error log data
Battery/capacitor life
24 hours at 25°C (life shortened by use at higher temperatures)
5 years at 25°C (life shortened by use at higher
temperatures)
Data storage in flash
memory
Function block data (RAM data backup and recovery can be performed whenever necessary.)
Error log data
Function block data (RAM data backup and recovery can be performed whenever necessary.)
Effect on CPU Unit cy- 0.8 ms max.
cle time
Current consumption
(supplied from Power
Supply Unit)
25 ms max.
(See note 3.)
220 mA at 5 V DC (Increased by 150 mA when NT-AL001-E Link
Adapter is used.)
0.2 ms
360 mA max. at 5 V DC (Increased by 150 mA
when NT-AL001-E Link Adapter is used.)
Dimensions
34.5 × 130 × 100.5 mm (WxHxD)
Weight
100g max.
220 g max.
Standard accessories
None
C200H-BAT09 Battery (mounted at time of shipment)
Note: 1. The functions described here are for the Loop Control Board Ver. 2.5.
2. A Loop Control Board Unit Ver. 1.5 or later is required for use. Do not use a Loop Control Board with a unit version earlier than 1.5.
3. During duplex initialization: 2.1 s max.
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Loop Control Boards and Units
Function Specifications
Function Specifications
Item
Specification
Model numbers
CS1W-LCB01
CS1W-LCB05
LCB05D
(Built into the [email protected])
Operation method
Function block method
Operation cycle
Settable cycles:
0.01, 0.02, 0.05, 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1, or 2 s (default: 1 s) (See note 1.)
Can be set for each function block.
Number Analog
operation
of
function
blocks
50 blocks max.
Control
blocks
(See note 2.)
500 blocks max.
Operation
blocks
(See note 3.)
CS1W-LC001
Settable cycles:
0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1, or 2 s (default: 1 s)
Can be set for each function block.
32 blocks max.
249 blocks max.
External con- 32 blocks max. (LCB05D not included).
troller blocks
Sequence Sequence
control
tables
Step ladder
program
blocks
I/O blocks Field terminal blocks
None
200 tables max.
32 conditions and 32 actions per table max. (expandable to 64 conditions and 64 actions per table)
6,400 rules total max.
20 blocks max.
2,000 commands total
100 commands max. per block
Separable into a 100 steps max.
200 blocks max.
4,000 commands total
100 commands max. per block
Separable into a 100 steps max.
80 blocks max
User link tables
2,400 data items max.
None
All data
HMI functions
Allocated 1 EM Area bank
Send/Receive All Blocks:
1 block each max.
CPU terminal blocks
None
16 blocks max.
Node terminal blocks
None
100 blocks max.
System common blocks
Method for creating and transferring function blocks
Control PID control method
methods Control combinations
Alarms
None
1 block max.
Created and transferred using CX-Process Tool (purchased separately).
PID with 2 degrees of freedom (with auto-tuning)
Any of the following function blocks can be combined:
Basic PID control, cascade control, feed-forward control, sample PI control, Smith dead time compensation
control, PID control with differential gap, override control, program control, time-proportional control, etc.
PID block internal alarms 4 PV alarms (upper upper-limit, upper limit, lower limit, lower lower-limit) and 1 deviation alarm per PID block
Alarm blocks
High/low alarm blocks, deviation alarm blocks
Note: 1. Operation cycles of 0.01, 0.02, and 0.05 s cannot be set for the LCB05D.
2. Control blocks such as those for PID control.
3. Operation blocks for process control such as those for alarms, square roots, time/date calculations, and pulse-train computations.
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CX-Process Tool and Monitor
Software Specifications
CX-Process Tool and Monitor
Software Specifications
Item
Specifications
CX-Process Tool
Name
CX-Process Monitor Plus
CX-Process
CX-Process Monitor Plus
Model number
WS02-LCTC1-EV5
WS02-LCMC1-E
Applicable PLCs
CS-series PLCs
CJ-series PLCs
Applicable Units
CJ-series Loop-control CPU Units
CS-series Loop Control Units/Boards
CS1D Process-control CPU Units
Compatible
computers
Computer
IBM PC/AT or compatible
CPU
Minimum:
Pentium 133 MHz min.
Recommended: Celeron 400 MHz min.
OS
Microsoft Windows 2000 (Service Pack 3 or higher),
NT4.0 (Service Pack 6a), 98SE, Me (see note 2), or
XP
Microsoft Windows 2000, NT4.0 or XP
Memory
Minimum:
32 Mbytes
Recommended: 64 Mbytes min.
Minimum:
Recommended:
96 Mbytes
128 Mbytes min.
Hard disk storage
Minimum:
50 Mbytes free space
Recommended: 100 Mbytes min. free space
Minimum:
Recommended:
400 Mbytes free space
500 Mbytes min. free space
Monitor
Minimum: XGA
Recommended: SXGA 65,536 colors or more
Minimum requirement: XGA
(XGA or above recommended)
Communications method
CJ-series Loop-control CPU Units
CS-series Loop Control Units/Boards
CS1D Process-control CPU Units
CD-ROM drive
1 drive min.
Sound board
---
Mouse
Recommended: Microsoft mouse or compatible pointing device
1
When FinsGateway Serial Unit driver is used:
Connection with
CPU Unit (or Serial Communications protocol with PLC: Host Link (Peripheral Bus is not supported.) (See note 3.)
• Connect the computer to the peripheral port or built-in RS-232C port of the CPU Unit, or to the RS-232C
Communications
port of the Serial Communications Board/Unit.
Board/Unit)
• Connecting cable:
For connecting to peripheral port of CPU Unit: [email protected]@@ (2 m or 6 m)
For connecting to RS-232C port of CPU Unit: [email protected]@@[email protected] (2 m or 5 m)
When CX-Server is used:
CX-Server is not supported.
Communications protocol with PLC: Host Link or Peripheral Bus
Connecting cable:
• For connecting to peripheral port of CPU Unit:
[email protected]@@ (2 m or 6 m)
For connecting to RS-232C port of CPU Unit:
[email protected]@@[email protected] (2 m or 5 m)
Connection via
Controller Link
When FinsGateway Controller Link driver or CX-Server is used:
Install the software in a computer with a Controller Link Support Board to communicate with a PLC with a
Controller Link Unit mounted.
Connection via
Ethernet
When FinsGateway ETN_UNIT driver or CX-Server is used:
Install the software in a computer with an Ethernet Board to communicate with a PLC with an Ethernet Unit
mounted.
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CX-Process Tool and Monitor
Software Specifications
Item
Specifications
CX-Process Tool
CX-Process Monitor Plus
Offline functions
Construction of user screens
ITEM data settings for function blocks
• Software connections for analog signals
• Displaying and printing text strings (annotation)
pasted on function block diagrams and ladder
diagrams.
• Instructions for step ladder blocks and commands
for sequence table blocks
• Tag settings for CX-Process Monitor
Online functions
• Transfer of function block data (Downloading/
Uploading for Loop Control Boards/Units.)
• Starting/stopping all function blocks (LCU/LCB)
• Monitoring system operation: Monitoring and
controlling the System Common block (including
LCB/LCU load rates)
• Validating LCB/LCU operation: Checking function
block connections (including starting and starting
individual function blocks), validating ladder
diagrams and sequence tables, and monitoring
ITEMs
• Tuning PID constants and other parameters
(fine tuning and autotuning)
• Initialization of Loop Control Unit memory (RAM)
User screens
• Overview screen
• Control screen
• Tuning screen
• Trend screen
• Graphic screen
• Operating guide message screen
System screens
• Alarm history screen
• System monitor screen
• Operation log screen
Note: 1. The CX-Process functions that can be used depend on the version. For details, refer to the operation manuals (Cat. No.: [email protected] and
[email protected]).
2. When using Windows Me, the CPU must be a Pentium 150 MHz or higher.
3. Peripheral Bus cannot be used when FinsGateway V3 is used.
■ Connections to PLC
The following 4 methods can be used to connect to a PLC.
Communications network
Communication driver
FinsGateway V3
Host Link
Connection via PLC’s peripheral port or
RS-232C port
Peripheral Bus
Controller Link
Ethernet
FinsGateway
Version2003
(See note 1.)
CX-Server V2.2
Supported (Serial Unit version is used.)
Supported
(See note 2.)
Not supported
Supported
(See note 2.)
Supported
Connection to PLC with Controller Link Unit via
Controller Link Support Board (PCI board).
Supported (See note 3.)
(CLK (PCI) version is used.)
Supported
Connection to PLC with Controller Link Unit via
Controller Link Support Board (ISA board).
Supported (CLK (ISA) version is used.)
Supported
Connection to PLC with Ethernet Unit via Ethernet
Supported (Ethernet version is used.)
Board.
Supported
Note: 1. Windows 2000 and XP are supported. (Windows 95, 98, and Me are not supported.)
2. When CX-Server is used for communications, CX-Programmer can be simultaneously connected via the same COM port.
3. The Windows 95 operating system cannot be used.
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Function Blocks (Unit Ver. 3.0)
System Common Blocks
Function Blocks (Unit Ver. 3.0)
System Common Blocks
Type
System
Block Name
System Common
Function
Makes settings common to all function blocks and outputs signals for the system.
Control Blocks
Type
Controller
Block Name
Function
2-position ON/OFF
(See note.)
2-position type ON/OFF controller
3-position ON/OFF
(See note.)
3-position type ON/OFF controller for heating/cooling ON/OFF control
Basic PID (See note.)
Performs basic PID control.
Advanced PID (See note.) Performs PID with two degrees of freedom control for enabling deviation/MV compensation,
MV tracking, etc.
Blended PID
Performs PID control on the cumulative value (cumulative deviation) between the accumulated value PV and accumulated value Remote Set Point.
Batch Flowrate Capture
Functions to open the valve at a fixed opening until a fixed batch accumulated value is
reached.
Fuzzy Logic
Outputs up to two analog outputs based on fuzzy logic performed on up to 8 analog inputs.
Indication and Setting
(See note.)
Manual setter with PV indication and SP setting functions
Indication and Operation
(See note.)
Manual setter with PV indication and MV setting functions
Ratio Setting (See note.)
Ratio and bias setter with PV indication and ratio setting function
Indicator (See note.)
PV indicator with PV alarm
Note: High-speed control of function blocks is supported (the operation cycle can be set to 0.01 s, 0.02 s, or 0.05 s), except when using the
LCB05D.
External Controller Blocks
Type
External Controller
Block
Block Name
ES100X Controller Terminal (See note.)
Function
Performs monitoring and setting for an ES100X Controller connected directly to the RS232C port on the Loop Control Unit.
Note: LCB05D not supported.
Operation Blocks
Type
Alarm/ Signal restrictions/Hold
Block Name
Function
4-Point Warning Indicator
(See note 3.)
Provides the alarm contact outputs for the high/high, high, low, and low/low limits of single
analog signals. This function block provides the same function as the Indicator block (model
034).
High/Low Alarm
(See note 1.)
Provides the alarm contact outputs for the high and low limits of single analog signals.
Deviation Alarm
(See note 1.)
Provides the alarm contact outputs for the deviation of two analog signals.
Rate-of-change Operation Provides the alarm contact outputs for the high and low limits of rate-of-change operation
and Alarm (See note 1.)
when the analog signal rate-of-change is output.
High/Low Limit
(See note 1.)
Limits the high and low limits of single analog signals.
Deviation Limit
(See note 1.)
Calculates the deviation between two analog signals, and limits the deviation within that
range.
Analog Signal Hold
(See note 1.)
Holds the maximum, minimum or instantaneous value of single analog signals.
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Function Blocks (Unit Ver. 3.0)
Type
Arithmetic
Block Name
Addition or Subtraction
(See note 1.)
Operation Blocks
Function
Performs addition/subtraction with gain and bias on up to 4 analog signals.
Multiplication (See note 1.) Performs multiplication with gain and bias on up to 2 analog signals.
Functions
Division (See note 1.)
Performs division with gain and bias on up to 2 analog signals.
Range Conversion
(See note 1.)
Easily converts up to 8 analog signals simply by inputting the 0% and 100% input values and
0% and 100% output values.
Arithmetic Operation
(See note 1.)
Performs various math operation (trigonometric. logarithmic, etc.) on floating-point decimal
values converted (to industrial units) from up to 8 analog inputs.
Square Root (See note 1.) Performs square root extraction (with low-end cutout) on single analog signals.
Absolute Value
(See note 1.)
Outputs the absolute value of single analog signals.
Non-linear Gain (Dead
Band) (See note 1.)
Performs non-linear (3 gain values) operation on single analog signals. Analog signals can
also set as a dead band (with different gap).
Low-end Cutout
(See note 1.)
Sets output to zero close to the zero point of single analog signals.
Segment Linearizer
(See note 1.)
Converts single analog signals to 15 segments before the signals is output.
Temperature And Pressure Performs temperature and pressure correction.
Correction (See note 1.)
Time Function
First-order Lag
(See note 1.)
Performs first-order lag operation on single analog signals.
Rate-of-change Limit
(See note 1.)
Performs rate-of-change restriction on single analog signals.
Moving Average
(See note 1.)
Performs moving average operation on single analog signals.
Lead/Delay (See note 1.)
Performs lead/delay operation on single analog signals.
Dead Time (See note 1.)
Performs dead time and first-order lag operations on single analog signals.
Dead Time Compensation Used for Smith’s dead time compensation PID control
Accumulator for Instantaneous Value Input
Signal Selection/
Switching
Accumulates analog signals, and outputs 8-digit accumulated value signals.
Run Time Accumulator
Accumulates the operating time, and outputs the pulse signal per specified time.
Time Sequence Data Statistics (See note 1.)
Records time sequence data from analog signals and calculates statistics, such as averages
and standard deviations.
Ramp Program
Ramp program setter for combining ramps for time and hold values.
Segment Program
Segment program setter setting the output values with respect to time.
Segment Program 2
Segment program setting with wait function for setting the output values with respect to time
Rank Selector (See note
1.)
Selects the rank of up to 8 analog signals.
Input Selector (See note 1.) Selects the specified analog signals specified by the contact signal from up to 8 analog signals.
3-input Selector (See note Selects and outputs one of three analog input signals.
1.)
ITEM Settings
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3-output Selector
(See note 1.)
Outputs one analog input signal in one of three switched directions.
Constant Selector
(See note 1.)
Selects 8 preset constants by the contact signal.
Constant Generator
(See note 1.)
Outputs 8 independent constants.
Ramped Switch
Switches two analog inputs (or constants) with a ramp.
Bank Selector
(See note 2.)
Stores a maximum of eight sets of PID parameters (SP, P, I, D, MH, ML) in advance, and
switches them to basic PID, advanced PID, or blended PID parameters in response to the
analog input zone or input bit.
Split Converter
(See note 2.)
Takes an operating amount input from a basic PID or advanced PID block and converts the
V characteristics or parallel characteristics into two analog outputs (e.g., heating and cooling
operating amounts).
Constant ITEM Setting
(See note 1.)
Writes the constant to the specified ITEM at the rising edge of the send command contact.
Variable ITEM Setting
(See note 1.)
Writes the analog signal to the specified ITEM at the rising edge of the send command contact.
Batch Data Collector
(See note 1.)
Stores each of max. 8 analog inputs to buffer by a certain timing within sequential processing.
Function Blocks (Unit Ver. 3.0)
Type
Pulse Train Operation
Block Name
Accumulated Value Input
Adder
Sequence Control Blocks
Function
Adds up to four accumulated value signals.
Accumulated Value Analog Multiplies analog signals by the accumulated value signals.
Multiplier
Others
Sequence Operation
Contact Type Control
Target
Accumulator for Accumulated Value Input
Converts 4-digit accumulated value signals to 8 digits.
Contact input/Accumulated Value Output
Counts low-speed contact pulses, and outputs 8-digit accumulated signals.
Accumulated Value Input/
Contact Output
Converts 4-digit accumulated value signals to low-speed contact pulses before they are output.
Analog/Pulse Width Converter (See note 1.)
Changes the ON/OFF duration ratio in a constant cycle duration so that it is proportional to
the analog signal.
Contact Distributor
Connect contact signals between function blocks in a 1:1 connection.
Constant Comparator
(See note 1.)
Compares up to eight sets of analog signals and constants, and outputs the comparison results as contacts.
Variable Comparator
(See note 1.)
Compares up to eight pairs of analog signals, and outputs the comparison results as contacts.
Timer (See note 1.)
2-stage output type addition timer for forecast values and reached values. Can also output
the present value.
ON/OFF Timer
(See note 1.)
Timer for performing ON-OFF operation at preset ON and OFF times.
Clock Pulse (See note 1.)
Manipulates and monitors ON/OFF valves with open/close limit switches.
Counter (See note 1.)
2-stage output type addition timer for forecast values and arrival values. Can also output the
current value.
Internal Switch
(See note 1.)
Temporary storage contact for accepting relays in the Step Ladder Program block.
(Note: One internal switch is already allocated as “temporary storage” in CX-Process Tool.)
Level Check (See note 1.)
Checks an analog input for 8 levels and outputs a contact corresponding to the level. The
level number is also output as an analog value.
ON/OFF Valve Manipulator Manipulates and monitors ON/OFF valves with open/close limit switches.
Motor Manipulator
Manipulates and monitors motor operation.
Reversible Motor Manipula- Manipulates and monitors reversible motor operation.
tor
Motor Opening Manipulator Inputs a target opening, and manipulates an electric positional-proportional motor.
Note: 1. High-speed control of function blocks is supported (the operation cycle can be set to 0.01 s, 0.02 s, or 0.05 s), except when using the
LCB05D.
2. LCB05D not supported.
3. Supported by the CS1W-LC001 only.
Sequence Control Blocks
Type
Sequence Control
Block Name
Function
Step Ladder Program
(See note.)
Performs logic sequence and step progression control.
Sequence Table
(See note.)
Performs logic sequence and step progression control based on conditions and actions listed
in tabular form.
Note: High-speed control of function blocks is supported (the operation cycle can be set to 0.01 s, 0.02 s, or 0.05 s), except when using the CS1DLCB05D.
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Function Blocks (Unit Ver. 3.0)
Field Terminal Blocks
Field Terminal Blocks
Type
Contact I/O
Analog I/O
Block Name
Function
DI 8-point Terminal
(See note.)
Inputs 8 contacts from 8-point Input Unit.
DI 16-point Terminal
(See note.)
Inputs 16 contacts from 16-point Input Unit.
DI 32-point Terminal
(See note.)
Inputs 32 contacts from 32-point Input Unit.
DI 64-point Terminal
(See note.)
Inputs 64 contacts from 64-point Input Unit.
DO 5-point Terminal
(See note.)
Outputs 5 contacts from 5-point Output Unit.
DO 8-point Terminal
(See note.)
Outputs 8 contacts from 8-point Output Unit.
DO12-point Terminal
(See note.)
Outputs 12 contacts from 12-point Output Unit.
DO16-point Terminal
(See note.)
Outputs 16 contacts from 16-point Output Unit.
DO32-point Terminal
(See note.)
Outputs 32 contacts from 32-point Output Unit.
DO64-point Terminal
(See note.)
Outputs 64 contacts from 64-point Output Unit.
DI 16-point/DO 16-point
Terminal (See note.)
Inputs and outputs 16 contacts each from 16-point Input/16-point Output Units.
DI 96-point Terminal
(See note.)
Inputs 96 contacts from 96-contact Input Units.
DO 96-point Terminal
(See note.)
Outputs 96 contacts from 96-contact Output Units.
DI 48-point/DO 48-point
Terminal (See note.)
Inputs and outputs 48 contacts each from 48-point Input/48-point Output Units.
AI 8-point Terminal
(AD003) (See note.)
Inputs 8 analog signals from the C200H-AD003.
AO 8-point Terminal
(DA003/4) (See note.)
Inputs 8 analog signals from the C200H-DA003/DA004.
AI 2-point/AO 2-point Terminal (MAD01)
(See note.)
Inputs and outputs 2 analog signals each from the C200H-MAD01.
Inputs 4 analog signals from one of CS1W-PTS01-V1 (Isolated-type Thermocouple Input
AI 4-point Terminal
(PTS01-V1/02/03, PDC01, Unit), CS1W-PTS02/03 (Isolated-type Temperature-resistance Thermometer Input Unit),
CS1W-PDC01 (Isolated-type Analog Input Unit) or CS1W-PTW01 (2-lead Transmitter Input
PTW01) (See note.)
Unit).
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PI 4-point Terminal
(PPS01) (See note.)
Inputs 4 instantaneous values and accumulated values each from CS1W-PPS01 (Isolatedtype Pulse Input Unit).
AO 4-point Terminal
(PMV01) (See note.)
Outputs 4 analog signals from CS1W-PMV01 (Isolated-type Control Output Unit).
AI 8-point Terminal
(PTR01/02) (See note.)
Inputs 8 analog signals from CS1W-PTR01 (Power Transducer Input Unit) or CS1W-PTR02
(Analog Input Unit (100 mV)).
AO 4-point Terminal
(PMV02) (See note.)
Outputs 4 analog signals from CS1W-PMV02 (Isolated-type Control Output Unit).
Function Blocks (Unit Ver. 3.0)
Type
Block Name
Field Terminal Blocks
Function
AI 4-point Terminal
(PTS51) (See note.)
Inputs 4 analog signals from CS1W-PTS51 or CJ1W-PTS51 (isolated-type thermocouple Input Unit).
AI 4-point Terminal
(PTS52) (See note.)
Inputs 4 analog signals from CS1W-PTS52 or CJ1W-PTS52 (isolated-type thermocouple input Unit).
AI 8-point Terminal
(PTS55) (See note.)
Inputs 8 analog signals from CS1W-PTS55 (isolated-type thermocouple Input Unit).
AI 8-point Terminal
(PTS56) (See note.)
Inputs 8 analog signals from CS1W-PTS56 (isolated-type thermocouple Input Unit).
AI 8-point Terminal
(PDC55) (See note.)
Inputs 8 analog signals from CS1W-PDC55 (Direct current Input Unit).
AI 4-point/AO 4-point
Terminal (MAD44)
(See note.)
Inputs and outputs 4 analog signals each from the CS1W-MAD44.
AI 16-point Terminal
(AD-161) (See note.)
Inputs 16 analog signals from CS1W-AD161.
AI 8-point Terminal
(AD-081) (See note.)
Inputs 8 analog signals from the CS1W-AD081(-V) or CJ1W-AD081(-V).
AO 8-point Terminal
(DA08V/C) (See note.)
Outputs 8 analog signals from the CS1W-DA08V/C or CJ1W-DA08V/C.
AI 4-point Terminal
(AD041) (See note.)
Inputs 4 analog signals from the CS1W-AD041 or CJ1W-AD041.
AO 4-point Terminal
(DA041) (See note.)
Outputs 4 analog signals from the CS1W-DA041 or CJ1W-DA041.
AI 4-point Terminal (DRT1- Inputs four analog signals from a DRT1-AD04 DeviceNet Slave Analog Input Unit.
AD04) (See note.)
Input Unit.
AO 2-point Terminal
(DRT1-DA02) (See note.)
Outputs two analog signals from a DRT1-DA02 DeviceNet Slave Analog Output Unit.
Note: High-speed control of function blocks is supported (the operation cycle can be set to 0.01 s, 0.02 s, or 0.05 s), except when using the
LCB05D.
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Function Blocks (Unit Ver. 3.0)
Node Terminal Blocks
Node Terminal Blocks
Type
Send to Computer
Send to All Nodes
Block Name
Function
DO to Computer
Sends 128 contacts to the send-to-computer area. When CX-Process Monitor is used, the
contact signals to be monitored are connected to this function block.
AO to Computer
Sends 16 analog values to the send-to-computer area. When CX-Process Monitor is used,
the analog signals to be monitored are connected to this function block.
1-Block Send Terminal to
Computer
Sends a specified 1 block to the send-to-computer area. When CX-Process Monitor is used,
the 1 block to be monitored are connected to this function block.
4-Block Send Terminal to
Computer
Sends a specified 4 block to the send-to-computer area. When CX-Process Monitor is used,
the 4 block to be monitored are connected to this function block.
DO Terminal to All Nodes
Sends 32 contacts to nodes on the Controller Link Data Link.
AO Terminal to All Nodes
Sends 2 analog values to nodes on the Controller Link Data Link.
DO Terminal Settings from Receives 32 contacts sent from the computer. (Can also be downloaded to the send-to-all
Computer
nodes area.)
AO Terminal Settings from Receives 2 analog values sent from the computer. (Can also be downloaded to the send-toComputer
all nodes area.)
Receive from All
Nodes
DI Terminal from All Nodes Receives 32 contacts sent from nodes on the Controller Link Data Link.
AI Terminal from All Nodes Receives 2 analog values sent from nodes on the Controller Link Data Link.
CPU Unit Terminal Blocks
Type
CPU Unit Terminals
Block Name
Function
DI Terminal from CPU Unit Inputs max. 128 points from any leading address in CPU Unit I/O memory (one of CIO, WR,
HR, DM and EM area types). (read)
DO Terminal to CPU Unit
Outputs max. 128 points from any leading address in CPU Unit I/O memory (one of CIO,
WR, HR, DM and EM area types). (read and write)
AI Terminal from CPU Unit Inputs max. 8 words from any leading address in CPU Unit I/O memory (one of CIO, WR,
HR, DM and EM area types). (read)
AO Terminal to CPU Unit
Outputs max. 8 words from any leading address in CPU Unit I/O memory (one of CIO, WR,
HR, DM and EM area types). (read and write)
SCADA Interface Blocks
Type
Expanded CPU Unit
Terminals
Block Name
Function
Expanded DI Terminal from Inputs any contact data in CPU Unit I/O Memory, and writes max. 64 points on another funcCPU Unit
tion block.
Expanded DO Terminal
from CPU Unit
Inputs the contact data of another function block, and writes max. 64 points on any I/O Memory in the CPU Unit.
Expanded AI Terminal from Inputs any analog data in CPU Unit I/O Memory, and writes max. 64 words on another funcCPU Unit
tion block.
Send/
Receive All Blocks
Expanded AO Terminal
from CPU Unit
Inputs the analog data of another function block, and writes max. 64 words on any CPU Unit
I/O Memory.
Receive All Blocks
Reads ITEM data specified for Send/ Receive All Blocks for up to 32 Control Blocks, 249 Operation Blocks, and 32 External Controller Blocks starting from a specified address in the I/
O memory of the CPU Unit.
Send All Blocks
Writes ITEM data specified for Send/ Receive All Blocks for up to 32 Control Blocks, 249 Operation Blocks, and 32 External Controller Blocks starting to a specified address in the I/O
memory of the CPU Unit.
Note: 1. Node Terminal Blocks, CPU Unit Terminal Blocks, and SCADA Interface Blocks are supported by the CS1W-LC001 only.
2. The [email protected]@@@ supports User Link Tables and an HMI instead.
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Analog I/O Units
Overview
Analog I/O Units
Overview
Features
A wide range of 25 I/O Units, including 16 Isolated-type Units, covers
almost all typical applications. Also featuring high-speed (10 ms) and
high-resolution (1/64,000) types, this line-up meets a diverse array of
potential uses, from data logging to high-speed measurement control.
• Dramatic reductions in installation cost, space, and set-up steps are
attained by eliminating the need for external setters and converters.
• Process value alarms and rate-of-change calculations can be executed from temperature and analog inputs.
• Rate-of-change limits and high/low output limits calculated for analog
output.
• Peak/bottom hold and top/valley hold functions can be used for process values ([email protected]@[email protected] only).
• Zero point and span can be adjusted for any specified range, and
adjustment days and times can be automatically saved. The adjustment deadline and adjustment deadline expiration notice can also be
set and notification given ([email protected]@[email protected] only).
• Changes exceeding a set threshold can be counted, and analog
input values can be integrated ([email protected]@[email protected] only).
• Reduced wiring with MIL connectors (CS1W-AD161 only).
XW2D-34G6 Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Unit can be
used.
CS1W-PTS11
CS1W-PTS12
CS1W-AD161
Overview of Process Analog I/O Units
Name
Model
Isolated-type
CS1W-PTS11
Thermocouple
Input Unit (highresolution)
Isolated-type
CS1W-PTS12
Resistance
Thermometer
Input Unit (highresolution)
Isolated-type
DC Input Unit
(high-resolution)
CS1W-PDC11
CS1W-PTS51
CS1W-PTS55
Isolated-type
Thermocouple
Input Unit (economical type)
CS1W-PTS52
CS1W-PTS56
Isolated-type
Resistance
Thermometer
Input Unit (economical type)
CS1W-PDC55
Isolated-type
DC Input Unit
(economical
type)
Isolated-type
CS1W-PTS01-V1
Thermocouple
Input Unit
Number Field I/O
I/O type
Main specifications
Main functions
of I/O
isolation
(See note.)
4 inputs All inputs
B, E, J, K, L, N, R, Standard accuracy: ±0.05% of F.S. Output scaling (±32,000)
are isolated. S, T, U, WRe5-26, Temperature coefficient: ±0.01%/°C Process value alarms (HH, H, L, LL)
Resolution: 1/64,000
PLII, ±100 mV
Rate-of-change calculation and alarm InConversion period: 20 ms/4 pts,
put disconnection alarm
10 ms/2 pts
Top/bottom/valley hold
Zero/span adjustment for any specified
rang
Standard accuracy: ±0.05% of F.S. or Output scaling (±32,000)
4 inputs All inputs
Pt100 Ω (JIS,
Process value alarms (HH, H, L, LL)
are isolated. IEC), JPt100 Ω, ±0.1, whichever is larger
Pt50 Ω, Ni100 Ω Temperature coefficient: ±0.009%/°C Rate-of-change calculation and alarm InResolution: 1/64,000
put disconnection alarm
Conversion period: 20 ms/4 points, Top/bottom/valley hold
10 ms/2 pts
Zero/span adjustment for any specified
range
4 inputs All inputs
4 to 20 mA, 0 to Standard accuracy: ±0.05% of F.S. Output scaling (±32,000)
are isolated. 20 mA, 0 to 10 V, Temperature coefficient: ±0.008%/°C Process value alarms (HH, H, L, LL)
±10 V, 0 to 5 V, ±5 Resolution: 1/64,000
Rate-of-change calculation and alarm InConversion period: 20 ms/4 pts,
V, 1 to 5 V,
put disconnection alarm
10 ms/2 pts
0 to 1.25 V,
Top/bottom/valley hold
±1.25 V
Zero/span adjustment for any specified
range
Process value alarms (H, L)
4 inputs All inputs
R, S, K, J, T, L, B Centigrade Selected
Total accuracy: ±0.3% of PV or ±1°C Input disconnection detection
8 inputs are isolated.
whichever is larger, ±1 digit max.
Conversion period: 250 ms/Unit
4 inputs All inputs
JPt100, Pt100
8 inputs are isolated. (JIS IEC)
Centigrade Selected
Total accuracy:
±0.3% of PV or ±0.8°C,
whichever larger, ±1 digit max.
Conversion period: 250 ms/Unit
Process value alarms (H, L)
Input disconnection detection
8 inputs All inputs
4 to 20 mA, 0 to Standard accuracy: ±0.3% of F.S. Process value alarms (H, L)
are isolated. 10 V,
Input disconnection alarm
Resolution: 1/16,000
0 to 5 V, 1 to 5 V Conversion period:
250 ms/8 inputs
4 inputs All inputs
B, E, J, K, N, R, S,
are isolated. T
Variable range:
±80 mV DC
Standard accuracy: ±0.1%
Temp. coefficient: ±0.015%/°C
Resolution: 1/4,096
Conversion cycle: 150 ms/4 pts
Variable range setting
Scaling (±32,000)
Process value alarms (HH, H, L, LL)
Rate-of-change calculation and alarm
Input disconnection detection
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Analog I/O Units
Name
Isolated-type
Resistance
Thermometer
Input Unit
Model
CS1W-PTS02
CS1W-PTS03
Isolated-type
Resistance
Thermometer
Input Unit
(Ni508.4 Ω)
Isolated-type 2- CS1W-PTW01
Wire Transmitter Input Unit
Isolated-type
Analog Input
Unit
CS1W-PDC01
Isolated-type
CS1W-PPS01
Pulse Input Unit
Isolated-type
CS1W-PMV01
Analog Output
Unit
CS1W-PMV02
Power TransCS1W-PTR01
ducer Input Unit
Analog Input
Unit (100 mV)
CS1W-PTR02
Overview of Process Analog I/O Units
Number Field I/O
I/O type
of I/O
isolation
4 inputs All inputs
Pt100
are isolated. (JIS, IEC),
JPt100
Main specifications
Main functions
(See note.)
Standard accuracy: ±0.1% or
Variable range setting
±0.1°C, whichever is larger
Output scaling (±32,000)
Temperature coefficient: ±0.015%/°C Process value alarms (HH, H, L, LL)
Rate-of-change calculation and alarm InResolution: 1/4,096
Conversion period: 100 ms/4 pts put disconnection alarm
4 inputs All inputs
Ni508.4 Ω
are isolated.
Standard accuracy: ±0.2% or ±0.2°C,
whichever is larger
Temperature coefficient: ±0.015%/°C
Resolution: 1/4,096
Conversion period: 100 ms/4 pts
4 inputs All inputs
4 to 20 mA,
are isolated. 1 to 5 V
Standard accuracy: ±0.2%
Temp. coefficient: ±0.015%/°C
Resolution: 1/4,096
Conversion period: 100 ms/4 pts
4 inputs All inputs
–10 to 10 V, 0 to
are isolated. 10 V, –5 to 5 V, 0
to 5 V, 1 to 5 V,
±10 V DC variable range,
4 to 20 mA,
0 to 20 mA
4 inputs All inputs
Max. counting
are isolated. speed:
20 k pulses/s
(voltage input or
no-voltage
semiconductor
input)
20 pulses/s
(contact input)
4 outputs All outputs 4 to 20 mA,
are isolated. 1 to 5 V
Standard accuracy: ±0.1%
Temp. coefficient: ±0.015%/°C
Resolution: 1/4,096
Conversion cycle: 100 ms/4 pts
Variable range setting
Output scaling (±32,000)
Process value alarms (HH, H, L, LL)
Rate-of-change calculation and alarm
Input disconnection detection
Built-in power supply for 2-wire transmitter
Output scaling (±32,000)
Process value alarms (HH, H, L, LL)
Rate-of-change calculation and alarm
Square root
Input error detection
Process value alarms (HH, H, L, LL)
Output scaling (±32,000)
Square root
Rate-of-change calculation and alarm
Input error detection
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Built-in sensor power supply
Contact bounce filter
Unit pulse conversion
Accumulated value output
Instantaneous value output and 4 instantaneous value alarms
Standard accuracy:
±0.1% (4 to 20 mA)
Standard accuracy:
±0.2% (1 to 5 V)
Temperature coefficient: ±0.015%/°C
4,000 (outputs)
Conversion period: 100 ms/4 pts
Output disconnection alarm
Control output answer input
Output rate-of-change limit
Output high/low limits
Standard accuracy: ±0.1%
4 outputs All outputs 0 to 10 V,
are isolated. ±10 V, 0 to 5 V, ±5 Temp. coefficient: ±0.015%/°C
V, 0 to 1 V, ±1 V Resolution (full scale):
±10 V, ±1 V: 1/16,000
0 to 10 V, 0 to 1 V, and ±5 V:
1/8,000
0 to 5 V: 1/4,000
Conversion period: 40 ms/4 pts
Standard accuracy: ±0.2%
8 inputs Inputs and ±1 mA,
0 to 1 mA
Temp. coefficient: ±0.015%/°C
PLC sigResolution: 1/4,096
nals are isoConversion cycle: 200 ms/8 pts
lated.
8 inputs Inputs and ±100 mV,
Standard accuracy: ±0.2%
PLC sig0 to 100 mV
Temp. coefficient: ±0.015%/°C
nals are isoResolution: 1/4,096
lated.
Conversion period: 200 ms/8 pts
Output rate-of-change limit
Output high/low limits
Output scaling (±32,000)
Anti-overshooting at motor startup
Process value alarms (H, L)
Output scaling (±32,000)
Process value alarms (H, L)
Output scaling (±32,000)
Note: Varies depending on usage conditions. Refer to the Analog I/O Units User’s Manual (W368) for details.
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Analog I/O Units
Overview of Analog I/O Units
Overview of Analog I/O Units
Name
Analog
Input Unit
Model
CS1W-AD041-V1
CS1W-AD081-V1
Number of I/ Field I/O isolation
I/O signal ranges
O
4 inputs
Isolated between 1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V,
inputs and PLC
4 to 20 mA
signals.
No isolation between inputs.
8 inputs
CS1W-AD161 (See 16 inputs
note 2.)
Isolated between
inputs and PLC
signals.
No isolation between inputs.
1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V,
4 to 20 mA
Isolated between
inputs and PLC
signals.
No isolation between inputs.
1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V,
4 to 20 mA
Overall accuracy
Voltage input: ±0.2% of F.S.: current input ±0.4% of F.S.
(23 ± 2°C)
Voltage input: ±0.4% of F.S.: current input ±0.6% of F.S.
(0 to 55°C)
Resolution: 1/8,000 (See note 1.)
Conversion speed: 250 µs/point max. (See note 1.)
(Can be used with a resolution of 1/4,000 and conversion
speed of 1 ms.)
Voltage input: ±0.2% of F.S.: current input ±0.4% of F.S.
(23 ± 2°C)
Voltage input: ±0.4% of F.S.: current input ±0.6% of F.S.
(0 to 55°C)
Resolution: 1/8,000 (See note 1.)
Conversion speed: 250 µs/point max. (See note 1.)
(Can be used with a resolution of 1/4,000 and conversion
speed of 1 ms.)
Voltage input: ±0.2% of F.S.: current input ±0.2% of F.S.
(23 ± 2°C)
Voltage input: ±0.4% of F.S.: current input ±0.4% of F.S.
(0 to 55°C)
Resolution: 1/8,000 (See note 1.)
Conversion speed: 250 µs/point max. (See note 1.)
(Can be used with a resolution of 1/4,000 and conversion
speed of 1 ms.)
Voltage output: ±0.3% of F.S.: current output ±0.5% of F.S.
(23 ± 2°C)
Voltage output: ±0.5% of F.S.: current output ±0.8% of F.S.
(0 to 55°C)
Resolution: 1/4,000
Conversion speed: 1 ms/point max.
±0.3% of F.S. (23 ± 2°C)
±0.5% of F.S. (0 to 55°C)
Resolution: 1/4,000
Conversion speed: 1 ms/point max.
Analog Out- CS1W-DA041
put Unit
4 outputs
Isolated between
inputs and PLC
signals.
No isolation between inputs.
1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V,
4 to 20 mA
CS1W-DA08V
8 outputs
Isolated between
inputs and PLC
signals.
No isolation between inputs.
1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V
CS1W-DA08C
8 outputs
Isolated between
inputs and PLC
signals.
No isolation between inputs.
4 to 20 mA
±0.5% of F.S. (23 ± 2°C)
±0.8% of F.S. (0 to 55°C)
Resolution: 1/4,000
Conversion speed: 1 ms/point max.
Analog I/O CS1W-MAD44
Unit
4 inputs
4 outputs
Isolated between
inputs and PLC
signals.
No isolation between inputs.
Input:
1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V,
4 to 20 mA
Output:
1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, 0 to
10 V, –10 to 10 V
Voltage input: ±0.2% of F.S.: current input ±0.4% of F.S.
(23 ± 2°C)
Voltage input: ±0.4% of F.S.: current input ±0.6% of F.S.
(0 to 55°C)
Output: ±0.3% of F.S. (23 ± 2°C)
Output: ±0.5% of F.S. (0 to 55°C)
I/O resolution: 1/4,000
Conversion speed: 1 ms/point max.
Note: 1. The resolution and conversion speed can be switched with a DM setting.
If it isn’t necessary to change the setting, the Unit can be used with the earlier model’s mode (resolution of 1/4,000 and conversion speed
of 1 ms) just like the conventional model.
2. Use the OMRON XW2D-34G6 Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Unit and XW2Z-200C Connecting Cable to wire inputs.
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Analog I/O Units
Common Specifications for Process and Standard Analog I/O Units
Common Specifications for Process and Standard Analog I/O Units
Item
Specifications
Unit classification
CS-series Special I/O Unit
Dimensions
35 × 130 × 126 mm (W × H × D)
Weight
450 g max.
External connection termi- CS1W-PTS55/56, PDC55: 24-point detachable terminal block (lever type)
nals
CS1W-AD161: MIL connectors (34-pin × 2)
Other models: 21-point detachable terminal block (M3 screws, with tightening torque of 0.5 N⋅m)
Unit number switch
00 to 95
Self-diagnostic function
Results shown by LED indicators.
Mounting position
CS-series CPU Rack or CS-series Expansion Rack
Internal current consump- Confirm that the total current consumption of all the Units (including the CPU Unit) mounted to a single CPU Rack or Expansion Rack does
tion
not exceed the maximum power supplied by the Power Supply Unit.
Name
Model
Current consumption (power)
5V
Isolated-type Thermocouple Input Unit
26 V
CS1W-PTS01-V1
0.15 A (0.75 W)
0.15 A (3.9 W)
CS1W-PTS11
0.12 A (0.6 W)
0.08 A (2.08 W)
CS1W-PTS51
0.25 A (1.25 W)
Unused.
CS1W-PTS55
0.18 A (0.9 W)
0.06 A (1.56 W)
Isolated-type Resistance Thermometer Input Unit
(Pt100, JPt100)
CS1W-PTS02
0.15 A (0.75 W)
0.15 A (3.9 W)
Isolated-type Resistance Thermometer Input Unit
t (Ni508.4 Ω)
CS1W-PTS03
0.15 A (0.75 W)
0.15 A (3.9 W)
Isolated-type Resistance Thermometer Input Unit
(Pt100, JPt100, Ni508.4 Ω)
CS1W-PTS12
0.12 A (0.6 W)
0.07 A (1.82 W)
Isolated-type Resistance Thermometer Input Unit
(Pt100, JPt100)
CS1W-PTS52
0.25 A (1.25 W)
Unused.
CS1W-PTS56
0.18 A (0.9 W)
0.06 A (1.56 W)
Isolated-type 2-Wire Transmitter Input Unit
CS1W-PTW01
0.15 A (0.75 W)
0.16 A (4.2 W)
Isolated-type DC Input Unit
CS1W-PDC01
0.15 A (0.75 W)
0.15 A (3.9 W)
CS1W-PDC11
0.12 A (0.6 W)
0.12 A (3.12 W)
0.06 A (1.56 W)
CS1W-PDC55
0.18 A (0.9 W)
Power Transducer Input Unit
CS1W-PTR01
0.15 A (0.75 W)
0.08 A (2.1 W)
Analog Input Unit (100 mV)
CS1W-PTR02
0.15 A (0.75 W)
0.08 A (2.1 W)
Isolated-type Pulse Input Unit
CS1W-PPS01
0.20 A (1.0 W)
0.16 A (4.2 W)
Isolated-type Analog Output Units
CS1W-PMV01
0.15 A (0.75 W)
0.16 A (4.2 W)
CS1W-PMV02
0.12 A (0.6 W)
0.12 A (3.2 W)
CS1W-AD041-V1
0.12 A (0.6 W)
0.09 A (2.34 W)
Analog Input Units
CS1W-AD081-V1
Analog Output Units
CS1W-AD161
0.15 A (0.75 W)
0.06 A (1.56 W)
CS1W-DA041
0.13 A (0.65 W)
0.18 A (4.68 W)
0.2 A (1.0 W)
0.2 A (5.2 W)
CS1W-DA08V
CS1W-DA08C
Analog I/O Unit
CS1W-MAD44
0.25 A (6.5 W)
(Reference) Maximum current and total power supplied
Power Supply Unit
Maximum current supplied (power)
5V
C200HW-PA204
4.6 A (23 W)
Maximum total power
26 V
0.6 A (15.6 W)
24 V
None
C200HW-PA204S
0.8 A (19.2 W)
C200HW-PA204R
None
30 W
C200HW-PD024
C200HW-PD025
5.3 A (26.5 W)
1.3 A (33. 8 W)
40 W
C200HW-PA209R
9 A (45 W)
1.3 A (33.8 W)
45 W
CS1D-PA207R
7 A (35 W)
1.3 A (33.8 W)
35 W
CS1D-PD024
4.3 A (21.5 W)
0.56 A (14.6 W)
28 W
CS1D-PD025
5.3 A (26.5 W)
1.3 A (33.8 W)
40 W
Ambient operating temper- 0 to 55°C
ature
Note: Process Analog I/O Units can be used even if a Loop Control Board or Loop Control Unit is not used.
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Utility Software
Touch Panel Software
Utility Software
Touch Panel Software
■ Face Plate Auto-Builder for NS
Simply specify the CSV tag file created using the CX-Process Tool to automatically create a project constructed with a Face Plate for Loop-control
CPU Units for use with OMRON's NS-series Programmable Terminals.
Function Overview
• Create windows for monitoring and tuning PID and other function blocks for up to 100 loops (NS System version 4 or higher).
• NS project files for monitoring multiple Loop-control CPU Units from a single NS-series PT can be generated from CX-Process projects for up to
32 multiple nodes.
• When a Segment Program 2 function block is used for program operation, the Detailed Setting Windows (Time Interval vs. Output Value Setting
Window, Wait Interval Setting Window) used for the parameter settings are also automatically generated.
Basic Specifications
Item
Specifications
Name
Face Plate Auto-Builder for NS
Model number
WS02-NSFC1-EV2
Applicable PLC products
CJ-series Loop-control CPU Units
CS-series Loop Control Boards (unit version 1.0 or later)
CS-series Loop Control Units (unit version 2.0 or later)
CS1D Process-control CPU Units
Applicable PTs
NS-series NS12, NS10, and NS8 (PT version 2.0 or later)
CX-Designer
System requirements
Computer
IBM PC/AT or compatible
CPU
Celeron 400 MHz or better recommended
OS
Microsoft Windows 98SE, Me, NT4.0 (Service Pack 6a), 2000 (Service Pack 3 or higher), or XP
Memory
Recommended: 32 Mbytes min.
Hard disk storage
Recommended: 200 Mbytes free space min.
Monitor
Basic functions
Minimum: 640 x 480 dots
Number of generated loops:100 max., control windows and tuning windows
Applicable face plates:
2-position ON/OFF, 3-position ON/OFF, Basic PID, Advanced PID, Indication and Operation, Indicator, Segment Program 2 (includes the parameter setting windows)
Number of loops in control windows: 6 loops per window for NS12, 4 loops per window for NS10/NS8
Realtime trend in tuning window: 1-second cycle
Example of Automatically Created Windows
Alarm setting
To Tuning Window
Tag No.
Tag comment
Parameter settings
To Control
Window
Switch status
Status display 1
(AUTO, MAN, CAS)
Status display 2
(PV error, MV error)
PV numerical value display
Alarm status
indicators
SP numerical value display/input
Unit display
CAS button/display
PV bar display
Function
Block Face
Plate
Realtime trend
display
SP bar display
Alarm set
value display
Up/Down buttons to change SP
Tuning Window
Write/read setting data
AUTO button/display
MAN button/display
MV indicator
MV bar display
Up/Down
buttons to change
MV
MV numerical value
display/input
Time interval,
output value,
and unit for
each step
Basic PID Block Screen
Setting confirmation
graph (horizontal axis
shows steps)
Segment program details setting window
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Related Products
SYSMAC SPU Units (Storage and Processing Units)
Related Products
SYSMAC SPU Units (Storage and Processing Units)
Device/machine process data, operation data, and inspection data can be collected at high speed, in large volume, and reliably from the CPU Unit
and automatically saved as a CSV file in an external storage device.
■ Function Overview
• Data can be automatically sampled without using a ladder program. Data can be collected simply by installing the SPU Unit on a Rack that is
already operating and recreating I/O tables.
• Large-volume data can be collected at intervals set in seconds and high-speed sampling can be performed at intervals of a few milliseconds
(5 ms max.; see note).
• Data collection can be performed for events, such as when a bit or word reaches a specified value or a specified time arrives.
• Data collected in specified PLC data types, such as boolean or integer, can be flexibly converted to different formats when creating files.
• The WS02-EDMC1 Data Management Middleware can be used to easily transfer collected data from the SYSMAC SPU Unit to a computer.
Note: For 25 collection points.
■ Specifications
Item
Specifications
Model number
CS1W-SPU01/02
Applicable PLC products
CS Series
Unit classification
CPU Bus Unit
Unit number
0 to F
Mounting location
CPU Rack, CS-series Expansion Rack (Cannot be mounted to C200H Expansion I/O Racks or SYSMAC BUS Remote I/O Slave Racks.)
Number of Units per PLC
16 Units max.
Interfaces
PC card Type II, 1 slot (Conforms to PC Card Standard Release 8.0.), used by external storage device
(See note.)
PC card slot
Note: Memory Card: OMRON's [email protected]@@ Memory Card and HMC-AP001 Memory Card Adapter
required).
■ Function
Sampling function
Item
Specifications
Functions
• Sampling
• Saving files
• Network communications
Sampling methods
Applicable I/O memory areas in CPU Unit CIO Area, Work Area, Holding Area, Auxiliary Area, DM Area, EM Area
banks 0 to C
Saving Files
Item
Collected data file format
Specifications
CSV files
Records
Indices (record number), time stamps (hh:mm:ss), ns, sampling indices (serial numbers starting at
0 when sampling is started), data for each tag delimited with comma, records delimited with carriage returns.
Number of samples (period Number of records or sampling period specified.
during which sampling re• Number of records:
sults are saved in files)
• Sampling period:
File size
2 GB max.
Record size
User-specified: 1 onwards
Number of records
User-specified: 1 onwards
Saving method
Selection of either saving all data to a single file or separating data into multiple files.
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Related Products
SYSMAC SPU Units (Storage and Processing Units)
Part Names
LED
7-segment display
Unit number
switch
Card button
Serial port
PC card slot
UPS power supply
input
DIP switch
Ethernet (LAN) ports
CS1W-SPU01: One port
CS1W-SPU02: Two ports
Command selection
switch
Command
execution
button
Basic PID Block
System configuration example
Process Analog Input Unit
SYSMAC SPU
PLC
Windows computer
Compensating conductor
4 to 20 mA
Thermocouple
4 to 20 mA
Flow Rate Sensor
Process
Note: Refer to the SYSMAC SPU Unit Catalog (Cat. No. V301) for details on the SYSMAC CS-series SPU Unit.
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Dimensions
CPU Units
Dimensions
CPU Units
■ CS1D Process-control CPU Units (Unit: mm)
CS1D-CPU65P
CS1D-CPU67P
RUN
ERR/ALM
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
RDY
EXEC
COMM
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
OPEN
MCPWR
BUSY
OPEN
130
PERIPHERAL
LCB05D
PORT
71
100.5
Inner Boards
■ Loop Control Boards (Unit: mm)
CS1W-LCB01
CS1W-LCB05
RDY
EXEC
COMM
RDY
EXEC
COMM
130
PORT
LCB01
34.5
101.4
CPU Bus Units
■ Loop Control Unit (Unit: mm)
CS1W-LC001
130
34.5
30
100.5
Dimensions
Special I/O Units
Special I/O Units
■ Analog I/O Units (Unit: mm)
Process Analog I/O Units
CS1W-PTS11
CS1W-PTS12
CS1W-PDC11
CS1W-PTS51
CS1W-PTS52
CS1W-PTS55
CS1W-PTS56
CS1W-PTS01-V1
CS1W-PTS02
CS1W-PTS03
CS1W-PTW01
CS1W-PDC01
CS1W-PDC55
CS1W-PPS01
CS1W-PMV01
CS1W-PMV02
CS1W-PTR01
CS1W-PTR02
Standard Analog I/O Units
CS1W-AD041-V1
CS1W-AD081-V1
CS1W-DA041
CS1W-DA08V
CS1W-DA08C
130
35
126
Analog Input Units
CS1W-AD161
130
34.5
100.5
118.03
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Ordering Information
International Standards
Ordering Information
Selection Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Basic PLC Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
CS1D Duplex Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Loop Control Boards and Loop Control Units . . . . . . . . . 36
Process Analog I/O Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Standard Analog I/O Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Unit and
Connecting Cable for CS1W-AD161 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
SYSMAC SPU Units (Storage and Processing Units) . . . 37
Basic I/O Units. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
CPU Bus Units (Network Units) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Support Software and Connecting Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
RSView32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
NS-series Programmable Terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Utility Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Middleware. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
International Standards
• The standards indicated in the “Standards” column are those current
for UL, CSA, cULus, cUL, NK, and Lloyd standards and EC Directives as of the end of September 2004. The standards are abbreviated as follows: U: UL, U1: UL Class I Division 2 Products for
Hazardous Locations, C: CSA, UC: cULus, UC1: cULus Class I Division 2 Products for Hazardous Locations, CU: cUL, N: NK, L: Lloyd,
and CE: EC Directives.
• Ask your OMRON representative for the conditions under which the
standards were met.
■ EC Directives
The EC Directives applicable to PLCs include the EMC Directives and
the Low Voltage Directive. OMRON complies with these directives as
described below.
Low Voltage Directive
EMC Directives
EN61131-2
Devices that operate at voltages from 50 to 1,000 VAC or 75 to 150
VDC must satisfy the appropriate safety requirements. With PLCs, this
applies to Power Supply Units and I/O Units that operate in these voltage ranges.
These Units have been designed to conform to EN61131-2, which is
the applicable standard for PLCs.
Applicable Standards
EMI:EN61000-6-4
EMS:EN61131-2 and EN61000-6-2 (See note.)
PLCs are electrical devices that are incorporated in machines and
manufacturing installations. OMRON PLCs conform to the related
EMC standards so that the devices and machines into which they are
built can more easily conform to EMC standards. The actual PLCs
have been checked for conformity to EMC standards. Whether these
standards are satisfied for the actual system, however, must be
checked by the customer.
EMC-related performance will vary depending on the configuration,
wiring, and other conditions of the equipment or control panel in which
the PLC is installed. The customer must, therefore, perform final
checks to confirm that the overall machine or device conforms to EMC
standards.
Note: The applicable EMI standard depends on the product.
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Applicable Standard
Ordering Information
Selection Guide
Selection Guide
■ Process Control
Yes
Is a Duplex-CPU system required?
CS1D Process-control CPU Units: [email protected] (See note.)
CPU Unit with built-in Loop Control Board.
Duplex CPU Units, power supplies, and networks are possible.
Note: Cannot be used with CS1D-S (independent CPU Unit system).
Use a CS1W-LCB01/05 for the CS1D-S.
No
How many control loops are required?
(Less than 20 loops, 20 to 199 loops,
200 loops or more)
Less than 20 loops
20 to 199 loops
More than 200 loops
Loop Control Board (LCB): CS1W-LCB01
Provides advanced controller functions in a PLC.
Function blocks can be set with a control cycle as fast as 10 ms,
enabling precision control of high-speed temperature increases and
similar applications.
Loop Control Board (LCB): CS1W-LCB05
Enables the same control functions as DCS in a PLC.
When mounted in a [email protected]@S, duplex power supplies and
networks are also possible.
Construct a system with the PLC connected to the network.
Use Controller Link to enable high-volume data links between PLCs.
Large-scale systems can be configured with up to 62 CS1 nodes (LCBs).
■ Analog Input
Temperature input
Temperature input?
Pulse signals?
Analog signals?
Yes
Is high precision required?
No
Isolated-type Thermocouple Input Unit (high-resolution type):
CS1W-PTS11 (thermocouple input)
CS1W-PTS12 (resistance thermometer input)
High-speed, high-definition Temperature Input Units.
Suitable for high-speed temperature control in machinery
such as semiconductor devices and industrial furnaces.
Resolution: 64,000; Conversion cycle: 20 ms/4 points (10 ms/2 points)
Isolated-type Thermocouple Input Unit (economical type):
CS1W-PTS51/55 (thermocouple input)
CS1W-PTS52/56 (resistance thermometer input)
Connect temperature sensors directly to the Unit.
A low-cost solution for reading sensor data.
Isolated-type Pulse Input Unit: CS1W-PPS01
Inputs up to 4 inputs from a Capacitive Flow Rate Sensor
(oval flow rate sensor)
Pulse Input
Isolated between channels
Analog Input
Is power supply from the
Unit required?
Is isolation between
channels required?
Yes
No
Non-isolated between inputs (isolated between input and PLC signals)
Isolated-type 2-Wire Transmitter Input Unit: CS1W-PTW01
Inputs up to 4 points from the transmitter without requiring an external
DC power supply.
Isolated-type DC Input Units:
CS1W-PDC11: High-speed, high-resolution Analog Input Unit that
reads up to 4 analog input signals using a single Unit.
CS1W-PDC55: A low-cost solution for reading up to 8 analog input
signals using a single Unit.
Analog Input Unit: [email protected]@@
Reads up to 16 analog signals with a single Unit.
Note: Models with power supply transducer inputs (±1 mA, 0 to 1 mA), for 0 to 100 mV are also available. Refer to “Analog I/O Units” on page 23
for details.
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Ordering Information
Basic PLC Components
■ Analog Output
Isolated between channels
Is isolation between channels required?
Non-isolated between outputs
(isolated between outputs and PLC signals)
Isolated-type Analog Output Unit:
CS1W-PMV01 (4 to 20 mA, 1 to 5 V)
CS1W-PMV02 (0 to 10 V, ±10 V, 0 to 5 V, ±5 V, 0 to 1 V, ±1 V)
Outputs up to 4 analog signals from a single Unit.
Analog Output Unit: [email protected]@@
Outputs up to 8 analog signals using a single Unit.
Basic PLC Components
Name
CPU Units
CPU Backplanes
Power Supply Units
Memory Cards
Specifications
Program
Data memory capacity
capacity
5,120
250K steps 448K words (DM: 32K words, EM: 32K words ×13 banks)
5,120
120K steps 256K words (DM: 32K words, EM: 32K words ×7 banks)
5,120
60K steps
128K words (DM: 32K words, EM: 32K words ×3 banks)
5,120
30K steps
64K words (DM: 32K words, EM: 32K words ×1 bank)
5,120
20K steps
64K words (DM: 32K words, EM: 32K words ×1 bank)
5,120
60K steps
128K words (DM: 32K words, EM: 32K words ×3 banks)
1,280
30K steps
64K words (DM: 32K words, EM: 32K words ×1 bank)
960
20K steps
64K words (DM: 32K words, EM: 32K words ×1 bank)
960
10K steps
64K words (DM: 32K words, EM: 32K words ×1 bank)
2 slots (Does not connect to Expansion Rack.)
3 slots
5 slots
8 slots
10 slots
100 to 120 V AC or 200 to 240 V AC, Output capacity: 4.6 A, 5 V DC, 0.625 A, 26 V DC,
Total: 30 W max.
100 to 120 V AC or 200 to 240 V AC (with 0.8 A 24 V DC service power supply)
Output capacity: 4.6 A, 5 V DC, 0.625 A, 26 V DC, Total: 30 W max.
100 to 120 V AC or 200 to 240 V AC (with RUN output)
Output capacity: 4.6 A, 5 V DC, 0.625 A, 26 V DC, Total: 30 W max.
100 to 120 V AC or 200 to 240 V AC (with RUN output) Output capacity: 9 A, 5 VDC, 1.3
A, 26 V DC, Total: 45 W max.
24 V DC, Output capacity: 4.6 A, 5 V DC, 0.625 A, 26 V DC, Total: 30 W max.
24 V DC, Output capacity: 5.3 A, 5 V DC, 1.3 A, 26 V DC, Total: 40 W max.
100 V DC, Output capacity: 6 A, 5 V DC, 1.0 A, 26 V DC, Total: 30 W max.
Flash memory, 30 MB
Flash memory, 64 MB
Memory Card Adapter (for computer PCMCIA slot)
I/O bits
Model
--CS1H-CPU67H
CS1H-CPU66H
CS1H-CPU65H
CS1H-CPU64H
CS1H-CPU63H
CS1G-CPU45H
CS1G-CPU44H
CS1G-CPU43H
CS1G-CPU42H
CS1W-BC023
CS1W-BC033
CS1W-BC053
CS1W-BC083
CS1W-BC103
C200HW-PA204
Standards
--UC1, N, L, CE
U, C, N, L, CE
U, C, N, L, CE
C200HW-PA204S
C200HW-PA204R
U, C
C200HW-PA209R
U, C, N, L, CE
C200HW-PD024
C200HW-PD025
C200HW-PD106R
HMC-EF372
HMC-EF672
HMC-AP001
UC1, N, L, CE
UC1, N, L, CE
UC
L, CE
CE
U, C, N, L, CE
Serial
Communications
Boards
2 × RS-232C ports, protocol macro function
CS1W-SCB21-V1
1 × RS-232C port + 1 × RS-422/485 port, protocol macro function
CS1W-SCB41-V1
Programming
Consoles
An English Keyboard Sheet (CS1W-KS001-E) is required.
CQMH1-PRO01-E
Note: Connects to peripheral port on CPU Unit only. (Cannot connect to RS-232C port.) CQM1-PRO01-E
C200H-PRO27-E
U, C, CE
U, C, N, CE
Programming
Console Key Sheet
Programming
Console Connecting
Cables
For C200H-PRO27 and CQM1-PRO01
CS1W-KS001-E
CE
Connects the CQM1-PRO01-E Programming Console. (Length: 0.05 m)
CS1W-CN114
Connects the C200H-PRO27-E Programming Console. (Length: 2.0 m)
CS1W-CN224
Connects the C200H-PRO27-E Programming Console. (Length: 6.0 m)
CS1W-CN624
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Ordering Information
Name
Connector Cover
Space Unit
CS1D Duplex Systems
Specifications
Model
Protects unused Backplane connectors (Power Supply Unit connectors)
C500-COV01
Protects unused Backplane connectors (I/O Unit connectors)
CV500-COV01
For unused I/O slot spaces
CS1W-SP001
For unused power supply slot spaces (same shape as PA207R)
CS1D-SP001
For unused power supply slot spaces (same shape as PA204)
CS1D-SP002
Standards
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CS1D Duplex Systems
■ For Duplex-CPU Systems
Name
CS1D CPU Units
(For Duplex-CPU Systems)
CS1D Process-control CPU
Units (For Duplex-CPU
Systems)
Duplex Unit
(For Duplex-CPU Systems)
CPU Backplane
(For Duplex-CPU Systems)
CS1D Power Supply Unit (Used
for both Duplex-CPU Systems
and Single-CPU Systems)
Specifications
Program
Data memory capacity
capacity
60K steps
128K words
250K steps 448K words
CPU Unit: CS1D-CPU65H
Loop Control Board: CS1D-LCB05D, 500 function blocks max.
CPU Unit: CS1D-CPU67H
Loop Control Board: CS1D-LCB05D, 500 function blocks max.
Unit for Duplex CPU Systems
I/O
bits
5,120
5 slots
Model
--CS1D-CPU65H
CS1D-CPU67H
CS1D-CPU65P
Standards
--UC1, N, L, CE
UC1, N, CE
CS1D-CPU67P
CS1D-DPL01
UC1, N, L, CE
CS1D-BC052
100 to 120 V AC or 200 to 240 V AC (supports output during operation) Output ca- CS1D-PA207R
pacity: 7 A, 5 V DC, 1.3 A, 26 V DC, Total: 35 W max. (Used for both Duplex-CPU
Systems and Single-CPU Systems)
24 V DC, Output capacity: 4.3 A, 5 V DC, 0.56 A, 26 V DC, Total: 28 W max. (Used CS1D-PD024
for both Duplex-CPU Systems and Single-CPU Systems)
24 V DC, Output capacity: 5.3 A, 5 V DC, 1.3 A, 26 V DC, Total: 40 W max. (Used for CS1D-PD025
both Duplex-CPU Systems and Single-CPU Systems)
N, L
■ For Single-CPU Systems (See note.)
Name
CS1D CPU Units (for SingleCPU Systems)
I/O
bits
5,120
Program
capacity
60K steps
250K steps
30K steps
10K steps
Specifications
Data memory capacity
128K words
448K words
64 K words
64 K words
Model
---
Standards
UC1, N, L, CE
CS1D-CPU65S
CS1D-CPU67S
CS1D-CPU44S
CS1D-CPU42S
CS1D-BC082S
1,280
960
CPU Backplane (for Single-CPU 8 slots
Systems)
CS1D Power Supply Unit (Used 100 to 120 V AC or 200 to 240 V AC (supports output during operation) Output ca- CS1D-PA207R
for both Duplex-CPU Systems
pacity: 7 A, 5 V DC, 1.3 A, 26 V DC, Total: 35 W max. (Used for both Duplex-CPU
and Single-CPU Systems)
Systems and Single-CPU Systems)
24 V DC, Output capacity: 4.3 A, 5 V DC, 0.56 A, 26 V DC, Total: 28 W max. (Used CS1D-PD024
for both Duplex-CPU Systems and Single-CPU Systems)
24 V DC, Output capacity: 5.3 A, 5 V DC, 1.3 A, 26 V DC, Total: 40 W max. (Used for CS1D-PD025
both Duplex-CPU Systems and Single-CPU Systems)
N, L
Note: Loop Control Board Unit Ver. 1.5 or later is required when using the Loop Control Board. Do not use a unit version earlier than Unit Ver. 1.5.
■ Expansion Units
Name
Specifications
Model
I/O Control Unit
For distances exceeding 12 m (50 m max.), equipped with two terminating resistors CS1W-IC102
I/O Interface Unit
For distances exceeding 12 m (50 m max.)
CS1W-II102
Expansion Backplane (supports 9 slots
CS1D-BI092
online replacement)
(Used for both Duplex-CPU
Systems and Single-CPU
Systems)
Standards
U, C, CE
UC1, N, L, CE
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Ordering Information
Loop Control Boards and Loop Control Units
Loop Control Boards and Loop Control Units
Unit name
Loop Control Boards
Loop Control Unit
Specifications
No. of function blocks: 50 blocks max.
No. of function blocks: 500 blocks max.
No. of control loops: 32 loops max.
No. of operations: 249 max.
Model
CS1W-LCB01
CS1W-LCB05
CS1W-LC001
Standards
UC1, N, CE
UC1, N, CE
Note: Use a [email protected] CSID Process-control CPU Unit (for Duplex-CPU System) when duplex operation is required.
Use the [email protected] Loop Control Board when using a CS1D CPU Unit for a Single-CPU System
Process Analog I/O Units
Name
Isolated-type Thermocouple Input Unit
(high-resolution type)
Isolated-type Resistance Thermometer Input Unit
(high-resolution type)
Isolated-type DC Input Unit (high-resolution type)
Isolated-type Thermocouple Input Unit
(economical type)
Isolated-type Resistance Thermometer Input Unit
(economical type)
Isolated-type Analog Input Unit (economical type)
Isolated-type Thermocouple Input Unit
Isolated-type Resistance Thermometer Input Unit
Isolated-type Resistance Thermometer Input Unit
(Ni508.4 Ω)
Isolated-type 2-Wire Transmitter Input Unit
Isolated-type Analog Input Unit
Isolated-type Pulse Input Unit
Isolated-type Analog Output Unit
Power Transducer Input Unit
Analog Input Unit (100 mV)
Specifications
4 inputs, B, E, J, K, L, N, R, S, T, U, WRe5-26,
PL II, ±100 mV
4 inputs, Pt100 Ω (JIS, IEC), JPt100 Ω, Pt50 Ω, Ni508.4 Ω
Model
CS1W-PTS11
4 inputs, 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 20 mA, 0 to 10 V, ±10 V, 0 to 5 V, ±5 V,
1 to 5 V, 0 to 1.25 V, ±1.25 V
4 inputs, R, S, K, J, T, L, B
8 inputs, R, S, K, J, T, L, B
4 inputs, JPt100, Pt100 (JIS, IEC)
8 inputs, JPt100, Pt100 (JIS, IEC)
8 inputs, 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 10 V, 0 to 5 V, 1 to 5 V
4 inputs, B, E, J, K, N, R, S, T; ±80 mV
4 inputs, Pt100, JPt100
4 inputs, Ni508.4 Ω
CS1W-PDC11
4 inputs, 4 to 20 mA, 1 to 5 V
4 inputs, 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 20 mA, 1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, ±5 V,
0 to 10 V, ±10 V
4 inputs
4 outputs, 4 to 20 mA, 1 to 5 V
4 outputs, 0 to 10 V, ±10 V, 0 to 5 V, ±5 V, 0 to 1 V, ±1 V
8 inputs, 0 to 1 mA, ±1 mA
8 inputs, 0 to 100 mV, ±100 mV
Standards
UC1, N, CE
CS1W-PTS12
CS1W-PTS51
UC1, CE
CS1W-PTS55
CS1W-PTS52
CS1W-PTS56
CS1W-PDC55
CS1W-PTS01-V1
CS1W-PTS02
CS1W-PTS03
CS1W-PTW01
CS1W-PDC01
CS1W-PPS01
CS1W-PMV01
CS1W-PMV02
CS1W-PTR01
CS1W-PTR02
Standard Analog I/O Units
Name
Analog Input Units
Analog Output Units
Analog I/O Unit
Specifications
4 inputs (1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V, 4 to 20 mA),
Resolution: 1/8,000 (See note.)
8 inputs (1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V, 4 to 20 mA),
Resolution: 1/8,000 (See note.)
16 inputs (1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V, 4 to 20 mA),
Resolution: 1/8,000 (See note.)
4 outputs (1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V, 4 to 20 mA),
Resolution: 1/4,000
8 outputs (1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V), Resolution: 1/4,000
8 outputs (4 to 20 mA), Resolution: 1/4,000
4 inputs (1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V, 4 to 20 mA),
Resolution: 1/4,000
4 outputs (1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V), Resolution: 1/4,000
Note: Resolution: 1/4,000 is also possible.
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Model
Standards
CS1W-AD041-V1 UC1, N, L, CE
CS1W-AD081-V1
CS1W-AD161
UC1, CE
CS1W-DA041
UC1, N, CE
CS1W-DA08V
CS1W-DA08C
CS1W-MAD44
U, C, N, CE
U, C, N, L, CE
Ordering Information
Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Unit and Connecting Cable for CS1W-AD161
Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Unit and Connecting Cable
for CS1W-AD161
Name
Connector-Terminal Block
Conversion Unit
Connector-Terminal Block
Conversion Unit Connecting
Cable
Specifications
34 terminal, dimensions: 128 × 40 × 39 mm
Model
XW2D-34G6
Length: 2 m
XW2Z-200C
Standards
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SYSMAC SPU Units (Storage and Processing Units)
Name
SYSMAC SPU Unit
SPU Basic Software
(See note 1.)
Memory Cards
Memory Card Adapter
(See note 2.)
Ethernet Cross Cables
Specifications
One Ethernet port, one PC card slot
Two Ethernet ports, one PC card slot
SPU Unit Setting Software
Model
CS1W-SPU01
CS1W-SPU02
WS02-SPTC1-V1
Standards
UC1, CE
30-MB compact flash card
64-MB compact flash card
256-MB compact flash card
512-MB compact flash card
For PC card slot
HMC-EF372
HMC-EF672
HMC-EF282
HMC-EF582
HMC-AP001
L, CE
2-m cable (made by corega KK)
3-m cable (made by corega KK)
CG-UTP02WXA
CG-UTP03WXA
---
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CE
CE
Note: 1. Required for data collection settings.
2. Required to install the Memory Card in the SPU Unit.
Basic I/O Units
Classification
Name
Input Units
DC Input Units
AC Input Units
Output Units
Interrupt Input Unit
High-speed Input
Unit
Relay Output Units
Transistor Output
Units
Triac Output Units
Specifications
24 V DC, 16 inputs, 7 mA
24 V DC, 32 inputs, 6 mA
24 V DC, 64 inputs, 6 mA
24 V DC, 96 inputs, approx. 5 mA
100 to 120 V AC, 100 to 120 V DC, 16 inputs
200 to 240 V AC, 16 inputs
24 V DC, 16 inputs, 7 mA
24 V DC, 16 inputs, 7 mA
Model
CS1W-ID211
CS1W-ID231
CS1W-ID261
CS1W-ID291
CS1W-IA111
CS1W-IA211
CS1W-INT01
CS1W-IDP01
250 V AC, 2 A max.; 24 VDC, 2 A max.; 120 V DC,
0.1 A max.; independent contacts, 8 outputs
250 V AC, 2 A max.; 24 VDC, 2 A max.; 120 V DC,
0.1 A max.; 16 outputs
12 to 24 V DC, 0.5 A, 16sinking outputs
24 V DC, 0.5A, 16sourcing outputs (load short-circuit protection, with
alarm)
12 to 24 V DC, 0.5 A, 32sinking outputs
24 V DC, 0.5 A, 32 sourcing outputs (load short-circuit protection, with
alarm)
12 to 24 V DC, 0.3 A, 64 sinking outputs
24 V DC, 0.3 A, 64 sourcing outputs (load short-circuit protection, with
alarm)
12 to 24 V DC, 0.1 A, 96 sinking outputs
12 to 24 V DC, 0.1 A, 96 sourcing outputs
250 V AC, 1.2 A, 8 outputs
250 V AC, 0.5 A, 16 outputs
CS1W-OC201
Standards
UC1, N, CE
U, C, N, L, CE
UC1, N, CE
UC, N, CE
UC1, N, CE
UC1, N, CE
CS1W-OC211
CS1W-OD211
CS1W-OD212
UC1, N, CE
U, C, N, CE
CS1W-OD231
CS1W-OD232
UC1, N, CE
U, C, N, CE
CS1W-OD261
CS1W-OD262
UC1, N, CE
CS1W-OD291
CS1W-OD292
CS1W-OA201
CS1W-OA211
U, C, N, L, CE
UC, N, CE
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Ordering Information
Classification
Name
I/O Units
DC Input/ Transistor
Output Units
TTL I/O Unit
Specifications
24 V DC, 6 mA, 32 inputs, 12 to 24 V DC, 0.3 A, 32 sinking outputs
24 V DC, 6 mA, 32 inputs, 24 V DC, 0.3 A, 32 sourcing outputs
(load short-circuit protection, with alarm)
24 V DC, approx. 5 A, 48 inputs, 12 to 24 V DC, 0.1 A, 48 outputs,
sinking inputs/outputs
24 V DC, approx. 5 A, 48 inputs, 12 to 24 V DC, 0.1 A, 48 outputs,
sourcing inputs/outputs
5 V DC, 32 inputs, 32 outputs
CPU Bus Units (Network Units)
Model
CS1W-MD261
CS1W-MD262
Standards
UC1, N, CE
U, C, N, CE
CS1W-MD291
U, C, N, L, CE
CS1W-MD292
CS1W-MD561
UC, CE
Note: C200H/C200HW Basic I/O Units can also be mounted.
CPU Bus Units (Network Units)
Name
Controller Link Units
SYSMAC LINK Units
Serial Communications Unit
Ethernet Unit
FL-net Unit
DeviceNet Unit
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Specifications
Twisted pair
Optical ring (H-PCF cable), supports duplex communications
Optical ring (GI cable), supports duplex communications
Coaxial cable (5C-2V cable)
Optical cable (H-PCF cable)
Two RS-232C Ports
100Base-TX (10Base-T)
FINS communications (TCP/IP and UDP/IP format), socket service, FTP server,
mail transmission
100Base-TX (10Base-T), supports duplex communications
(FINS communications (TCP/IP, UDP/IP), socket service, FTP server, mail send/
receive)
10Base-5
FINS communications (UDP/IP format), socket service, FTP server, mail notification
10Base-T
FINS communications (UDP/IP format), socket service, FTP server, mail notification
FL-net (OPCN-2), Ver 2, 10Base-5
FL-net (OPCN-2), 100Base-TX
Functions as remote I/O master and/or slave.
Model
CS1W-CLK21-V1
CS1W-CLK12-V1
CS1W-CLK52-V1
CS1W-SLK21
CS1W-SLK11
CS1W-SCU21-V1
CS1W-ETN21
Standards
UC1, N, L, CE
UC1, CE
U, C, CE
U, C, N, CE
U, C, N, L, CE
UC1, N, L, CE
CS1D-ETN21D
CS1W-ETN01
CS1W-ETN11
CS1W-FLN02
CS1W-FLN22
CS1W-DRM21-V1
UC1, CE
U, C, CE
Ordering Information
Support Software and Connecting Cables
Support Software and Connecting Cables
Name
CX-One FA Integrated Tool
Package Ver. 1.1
Specifications
Model
Standards
CXONE-AL01C-E
--The CX-One is an integrated tool package that provides
programming and monitoring software for OMRON PLCs
and components. The CX-One runs on any of the following
3 licenses
CXONE-AL03C-E
operating systems:
Windows 98 SE, Me, NT 4.0 (Service Pack 6a), 2000
10 licenses
CXONE-AL10C-E
(Service Pack 3 or higher), or XP.
The following Support Software is included: CX-Programmer
version [email protected], CX-Process Tool version [email protected], CX-Simulator
30 licenses
CXONE-AL30C-E
version [email protected], CX-Protocol version [email protected], CX-Designer version
[email protected], NS Faceplate Auto-Builder version [email protected]
50 licenses
CXONE-AL50C-E
Refer to the CX-One Catalog (R134) for details.
(See note.)
The CX-Programmer, CX-Process Tool, CX-Simulator, CX-Protocol, CX-Designer, and NS Faceplate Auto-Builder can also be
ordered individually using the following model numbers.
CX-Programmer Ver. [email protected] 1 license
Windows-based Support Software for ladder programming [email protected]
--on Windows 98SE, Me, NT 4.0 (Service Pack 6a), 2000 (Ser- [email protected]
3 licenses
vice Pack 3 or higher), or XP
10 licenses
[email protected]
CX-Process Tool Ver. [email protected] 1 license
Programming software for Loop Controller for Windows
WS02-LCTC1-EV5
--98SE, Me, NT4.0 (Service Pack 6a), 2000 (Service Pack 3
or higher), or XP
CX-Simulator Ver. [email protected]
1 license
Ladder program simulator for Windows 98SE, Me, NT4.0
WS02-SIMC1-E
(Service Pack 6a), 2000 (Service Pack 3 or higher), or XP
CX-Protocol Ver. [email protected]
1 license
Protocol creation software for Windows 98SE, Me, NT4.0
WS02-PSTC1-E
(Service Pack 6a), 2000 (Service Pack 3 or higher), or XP
Use with CJ1G/CJ1H CPU Unit version 1.2 or higher, or
CJ1M CPU Unit version 1.3 or higher.
CX-Designer Ver. [email protected]
1 license
NS-series PT screen creation software for Windows 98SE, NS-CXDC1-V1
Me, NT4.0 (Service Pack 6a), 2000 (Service Pack 3 or higher), or XP
CX-Designer version 1.0 or higher includes the Ladder Monitor Software.
Note: The Ladder Monitor Software enables monitoring ladder programs in CS/CJ-series CPU Units from an NSseries PT. A Memory Card and Memory Card Adapter
(both sold separately) are required.
NS Faceplate Auto-Builder 1 license
Software to automatically creates NS-series PT screens for WS02-NSFC1-EV2
Ver. [email protected]
Windows 98SE, Me, NT4.0 (Service Pack 6a), 2000 (Service
Pack 3 or higher), or XP
CX-Process Monitor Plus
1 license
Windows-based monitoring software for Loop Controllers for WS02-LCMC1-E
Windows NT 4.0, 2000, or XP
3 licenses
WS02-LCMC1-EL03
10 licenses
WS02-LCMC1-EL10
Peripheral Device Connect- Connects DOS computers, D-Sub 9-pin receptacle (Length: 0.1 m) (Conversion cable CS1W-CN118
CE
ing Cables (for peripheral
to connect RS-232C cable to peripheral port)
port)
Peripheral bus or Host Connects DOS computers, D-Sub 9-pin (Length: 2.0 m)
CS1W-CN226
Link
Connects DOS computers, D-Sub 9-pin (Length: 6.0 m)
CS1W-CN626
Peripheral Device Connect- Peripheral bus or Host Connects DOS computers, D-Sub 9-pin (Length: 2.0 m)
XW2Z-200S-CV
--ing Cables (for RS-232C
Link, antistatic
Connects DOS computers, D-Sub 9-pin (Length: 5.0 m)
XW2Z-500S-CV
port)
Peripheral bus or Host Connects DOS computers, D-Sub 9-pin (Length: 2.0 m)
XW2Z-200S-V
Link
Connects DOS computers, D-Sub 9-pin (Length: 5.0 m)
XW2Z-500S-V
USB-Serial Conversion Ca- USB-RS-232C Conversion Cable (Length: 0.5 m) and PC driver (on a CD-ROM disc), CS1W-CIF31
ble
Complies with USB Specification 1.1
On personal computer side: USB (A plug connector, male)
On PLC side: RS-232C (D-Sub 9-pin, male)
Driver: Supported by Windows 98, Me, 2000, or XP
1 license
Note: Site licenses are also available for users that need to use the CX-One on many computers. Ask your OMRON representative for details.
This eco label is displayed
only on products that satisfy
stringent environmental
standards established by
OMRON.
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Ordering Information
RSView32
RSView32
Development
versions
Runtime versions
Name
RSView32 Works 150
RSView32 Works 300
RSView32 Works 1500
RSView32 Works 5K
RSView32 Works 32K
RSView32 Works100K
RSView32 Runtime 150
RSView32 Runtime 300
RSView32 Runtime 1500
RSView32 Runtime 5 K
RSView32 Runtime 32 K
RSView32 Runtime 100K
Specifications
Processor: Pentium II, 400 MHz
Memory: 128 MB or more
OS: Windows 2000, NT, or XP Professional version 4.0
Service Pack 5 or higher.
Graphics: SVGA 256 colors min.
Model number
4S-9301-2SES2100EPE
4S-9301-2SES2200EPE
4S-9301-2SES2300EPE
4S-9301-2SES2350EPE
4S-9301-2SES2400EPE
4S-9301-2SES2500EPE
4S-9301-2SES3100EPE
4S-9301-2SES3200EPE
4S-9301-2SES3300EPE
4S-9301-2SES3350EPE
4S-9301-2SES3400EPE
4S-9301-2SES3500EPE
Standards
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NS-series Programmable Terminals
Model name
Specifications
Model number
Ethernet
NS12
12-inch TFT, 800 x 800 dots
No
Yes
NS10
10-inch TFT, 640 x 480 dots
No
Yes
NS8
8-inch TFT, 640 x 480 dots
No
Yes
NS5
5-inch STN, 320 x 240 dots
No
Yes
5-inch TFT, 320 x 240 dots
No
Yes
5-inch monochrome,
320 x 240 dots
No
Yes
NS5 Hand-held
40
5-inch STN, 320 x 240 dots
No
Standards
Case color
Ivory
Black
Ivory
Black
Ivory
Black
Ivory
Black
Ivory
Black
Ivory
Black
Ivory
Black
Ivory
Black
Ivory
Black
Ivory
Black
Ivory
Black
Ivory
Black
Black
NS12-TS00-V2
NS12-TS00B-V2
NS12-TS01-V2
NS12-TS01B-V2
NS10-TV00-V2
NS10-TV00B-V2
NS10-TV01-V2
NS10-TV01B-V2
NS8-TV00-V2
NS8-TV00B-V2
NS8-TV01-V2
NS8-TV01B-V2
NS5-SQ00-V2
NS5-SQ00B-V2
NS5-SQ01-V2
NS5-SQ01B-V2
NS5-TQ00-V2
NS5-TQ00B-V2
NS5-TQ01-V2
NS5-TQ01B-V2
NS5-MQ00-V2
NS5-MQ00B-V2
NS5-MQ01-V2
NS5-MQ01B-V2
NSH5-SQR001B-V2
CU, CE
CE, CU (approval
pending)
Ordering Information
Model name
Cable
(See note 1.)
NSH5 Cables
PT-to-PLC
Connecting Cable
NS-series Programmable Terminals
Specifications
Screen transfer cable for DOS/V
USB Host Cable, cable length: 5 m
USB Host Cable, cable length: 2 m
USB-RS-232C Conversion Cable, cable length: 0.5 m
RS-422A cable (loose wires), Cable length: 10 m
RS-232C cable (loose wires), Cable length: 3 m
RS-232C cable (loose wires), Cable length: 10 m
PT connection: 9 pins
Length: 2 m
PLC connection: 9 pins
Length: 5 m
NSH5 Wall-mounting Bracket
Model number
XW2Z-S002
NS-US52 (5 m)
NS-US22 (2 m)
CS1W-CIF31
NSH5-422CW-10M
NSH5-232CW-3M
NSH5-232CW-10M
XW2Z-200T
XW2Z-500T
NSH5-ATT02
Note: 1. Use an OMRON USB Host Cable to connect an NS-series PT to a printer.
2. Site licenses are also available for users that need to use the CX-One on many computers. Ask your OMRON representative for details.
■ Options
Model name
RS-422A
Adapter
Sheet/Cover
Specifications
Transmission distance: 500 m total length
Model number
NS-AL002
Note: Use this model when connecting PT models without a [email protected] suffix.
Note: PT models with a suffix of [email protected] can also be connected.
Transmission distance: 50 m total length
CJ1W-CIF11
Note: Only PT models with a suffix of [email protected] are connectable. Use the NS-002 to connect
models without a [email protected] suffix.
Anti-reflection Sheets (5 surface sheets)
NS12/10
NS8
NS5
Protective Covers (5 pack)
NS12/10
(anti-reflection coating)
NS8
NS5
Protective Covers (5 covers included)
NS12/10
(Transparent)
NS8
NS5
NS12-KBA04
NS7-KBA04
NT30-KBA04
NS12-KBA05
NS7-KBA05
NT31C-KBA05
NS12-KBA05N
NS7-KBA05N
NT31C-KBA05N
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Ordering Information
Utility Software
Utility Software
Cable
(See note 1.)
PT-to-PLC
Connecting Cable
NSH5 Cables
Screen transfer cable for DOS/V
USB Host Cable, cable length: 5 m
USB Host Cable, cable length: 2 m
USB-RS-232C Conversion Cable, cable length: 0.5 m
PT connection: 9 pins
Length: 2 m
PLC connection: 9 pins
Length: 5 m
RS-422A cable (loose wires), Cable length: 10 m
RS-232C cable (loose wires), Cable length: 3 m
RS-232C cable (loose wires), Cable length: 10 m
NSH5 Wall-mounting Bracket
Transmission distance: 500 m total length
RS-422A
Note: Use this model when connecting PT models without a [email protected] suffix.
Adapter
Note: PT models with a suffix of [email protected] can also be connected.
Name
Specifications
XW2Z-S002
NS-US52 (5 m)
NS-US22 (2 m)
CS1W-CIF31
XW2Z-200T
XW2Z-500T
NSH5-422CW-10M
NSH5-232CW-3M
NSH5-232CW-10M
NSH5-ATT02
NS-AL002
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Model number
Faceplates for Loop Controllers
ActiveX Controls (for RSView32)
OS: Windows 2000 or XP
WS02-LCFC1-EV2
SYSMAC OPC Server version 2
OPC Data Access 2.0-compatible local remote server
WS02-OPCC1-E
OS: Windows NT4.0, 2000, or XP (FinsGateway version 3 is included)
Analog I/O Unit Support Software
Setting software for Process and Standard Analog I/O Units:
OS: Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP, or NT4.0
Standards
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WS02-PUTC1-E
Middleware
Name
Specifications
Model number
SYSMAC Compolet Version
2003
Software for communications with OMRON PLCs
C/CV/CS/CJ-series compatible
Multi-network version of FinsGateway Runtime Software
OS: Windows 2000 or XP
SCPL-SYSFL-2003E
PLC Reporter 32
Host Link version of easy data collection software
OS: Windows 98, Me, 2000, or XP
SDKY-95HLK-E97
Multi-network version of easy data collection software
OS: Windows 98, Me, 2000, or XP
SDKY-95MLT-E97
Communications middleware
OS: Windows 2000, or XP
SFGW-RT-2003E
FinsGateway Version 2003
Standards
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Note: Refer to the SYSMAC CS1-series PLC Catalog (Cat. No. P047) for common and general specifications for SYSMAC CS-series Special I/O
Units and Basic I/O Units. Refer to the NS-series PT Catalog (Cat. No. V078) for more information on NS-series PTs.
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Read and Understand this Catalog
Please read and understand this catalog before purchasing the products. Please consult your OMRON representative if you
have any questions or comments.
Warranty and Limitations of Liability
WARRANTY
OMRON's exclusive warranty is that the products are free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year
(or other period if specified) from date of sale by OMRON.
OMRON MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING NON-INFRINGEMENT,
MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE PRODUCTS. ANY BUYER OR USER
ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE BUYER OR USER ALONE HAS DETERMINED THAT THE PRODUCTS WILL SUITABLY MEET
THE REQUIREMENTS OF THEIR INTENDED USE. OMRON DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
OMRON SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF PROFITS,
OR COMMERCIAL LOSS IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE PRODUCTS, WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED ON
CONTRACT, WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE, OR STRICT LIABILITY.
In no event shall the responsibility of OMRON for any act exceed the individual price of the product on which liability is asserted.
IN NO EVENT SHALL OMRON BE RESPONSIBLE FOR WARRANTY, REPAIR, OR OTHER CLAIMS REGARDING THE
PRODUCTS UNLESS OMRON'S ANALYSIS CONFIRMS THAT THE PRODUCTS WERE PROPERLY HANDLED, STORED,
INSTALLED, AND MAINTAINED AND NOT SUBJECT TO CONTAMINATION, ABUSE, MISUSE, OR INAPPROPRIATE
MODIFICATION OR REPAIR.
Application Considerations
SUITABILITY FOR USE
OMRON shall not be responsible for conformity with any standards, codes, or regulations that apply to the combination of
products in the customer's application or use of the products.
Take all necessary steps to determine the suitability of the product for the systems, machines, and equipment with which it will
be used.
Know and observe all prohibitions of use applicable to the products.
NEVER USE THE PRODUCTS FOR AN APPLICATION INVOLVING SERIOUS RISK TO LIFE OR PROPERTY WITHOUT
ENSURING THAT THE SYSTEM AS A WHOLE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO ADDRESS THE RISKS, AND THAT THE OMRON
PRODUCTS ARE PROPERLY RATED AND INSTALLED FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE OVERALL EQUIPMENT OR
SYSTEM.
PROGRAMMABLE PRODUCTS
OMRON shall not be responsible for the user’s programming of a programmable product, or any consequence thereof.
Disclaimers
CHANGE IN SPECIFICATIONS
Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on improvements and other reasons.
Consult with your OMRON representative at any time to confirm actual specifications of purchased products.
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
Dimensions and weights are nominal and are not to be used for manufacturing purposes, even when tolerances are shown.
PERFORMANCE DATA
Performance data given in this catalog is provided as a guide for the user in determining suitability and does not constitute a
warranty. It may represent the result of OMRON's test conditions, and the users must correlate it to actual application
requirements. Actual performance is subject to the OMRON Warranty and Limitations of Liability.
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