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Magelis
XBT GC
User Manual
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09/2009
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Table of Contents
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About the Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 1 Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.1
1.2
1.3
System Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview of the Product Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
XBT GC1000 Series: System Architecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
XBT GC2000 Series: System Architecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I/O Expansion Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Part Names and Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
XBT GC1000 Series: Parts Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
XBT GC2000 Series: Parts Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 2 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1
2.2
XBT GC1000 Series Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Performance Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interface Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring to the DIO Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
XBT GC1000 Series Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
XBT GC2000 Series Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Performance Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interface Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring to the DIO Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
XBT GC2000 Series Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 3 Sample of the Circuit Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.1
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Examples of Particular I/O Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection to Pulse Motor Amplifier (CW/CCW type) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection to Pulse Motor Amplifier (Clock Up/Down System) . . . . . . . .
Connection to a Rotary Encoder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 4 Installation and Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.1 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2 Wiring Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the Power Cord. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3 Telefast Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Telefast Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4 USB Cable Clamp Attachment/Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
XBT GC1000 Series: USB Cable Clamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
XBT GC2000 Series: USB Cable Clamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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90
93
95
97
98
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102
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Chapter 5 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Cleaning the Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Periodic Check Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Installation Gasket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Backlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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118
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Safety Information
§
Important Information
NOTICE
Read these instructions carefully, and look at the equipment to become familiar with
the device before trying to install, operate, or maintain it. The following special
messages may appear throughout this documentation or on the equipment to warn
of potential hazards or to call attention to information that clarifies or simplifies a
procedure.
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PLEASE NOTE
Electrical equipment should be installed, operated, serviced, and maintained only by
qualified personnel. No responsibility is assumed by Schneider Electric for any
consequences arising out of the use of this material.
A qualified person is one who has skills and knowledge related to the construction
and operation of electrical equipment and the installation, and has received safety
training to recognize and avoid the hazards involved.
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About the Book
At a Glance
Document Scope
This manual describes how to use the Magelis XBT GC devices.
Validity Note
The data and illustrations found in this book are not binding. We reserve the right to
modify our products in line with our policy of continuous product development. The
information in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be
construed as a commitment by Schneider Electric.
Related Documents
Title of Documentation
Reference Number
Instruction Sheet XBT GC (multi lingual document)
3501639200
You can download these technical publications and other technical information from
our website at www.schneider-electric.com.
User Comments
We welcome your comments about this document. You can reach us by e-mail at
techcomm@schneider-electric.com.
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Overview
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Overview
1
Introduction
This chapter describes peripheral devices that can be connected to XBT GC Series
units along with the name and functions of each part.
WARNING
LOSS OF CONTROL
z
z
z
z
The designer of any control scheme must consider the potential failure modes
of control paths and, for certain critical functions, provide a means to achieve a
safe state during and after a path failure.
Examples of critical control functions are emergency stop and overtravel stop.
Separate or redundant control paths must be provided for critical for critical
control functions.
System control paths may include communication links. Consideration must be
given to the implications of unanticipated transmission delays or failures of the
link.*
Each implementation of a XBT GC unit must be individually and thoroughly
tested for proper operation before being placed into service.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
*For additional information, refer to NEMA ICS 1.1 (latest edition), "Safety
Guidelines for the Application, Installation, and Maintenance of Solid State Control
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Overview
What's in this Chapter?
This chapter contains the following sections:
Section
10
Topic
Page
1.1
System Design
11
1.2
Accessories
18
1.3
Part Names and Functions
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Overview
1.1
System Design
Introduction
The following section illustrates the standard range of items that can be connected
to XBT GC1000/2000 Series units.
What's in this Section?
This section contains the following topics:
Topic
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Overview of the Product Range
12
XBT GC1000 Series: System Architecture
13
XBT GC2000 Series: System Architecture
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11
Overview
Overview of the Product Range
XBT GC Series References
12
Series
Screen type
XBT GC1000 Series
3.8 in
Sink
Monochrome Amber/Red LCD
Source
Output type
Reference
XBT GC2000 Series
5.7 in
Monochrome LCD
Sink
XBT GC2120U
Source
XBT GC2120T
5.7 in
STN color LCD
Sink
XBT GC2230U
Source
XBT GC2230T
XBT GC1100U
XBT GC1100T
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XBT GC1000 Series: System Architecture
Introduction
The following diagrams illustrate the standard range of items that can be connected
to XBT GC1000 Series units.
RUN Mode Peripherals
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N°
XBT GC Interfaces
1
USB Host Interface
2
Expansion Module Interface (See I/O Expansion Modules, page 21)
3
DIO Interface
13
Overview
EDIT Mode Peripherals
(1) Certain types and models of PCs cannot be used, refer to programming software
online help.
14
N°
XBT GC Interfaces
1
USB Host Interface
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Overview
XBT GC2000 Series: System Architecture
Introduction
The following diagrams illustrate the standard range of items that can be connected
to XBT GC2000 Series units.
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Overview
RUN Mode Peripherals
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N°
XBT GC Interfaces
1
Ethernet Interface (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Not available with XBT GC2120• units.
2
USB Host Interface
3
Expansion Module Interface (See I/O Expansion Modules, page 21)
4
DIO Interface
5
Serial Interface (COM1) (RS232C mode)
6
Serial Interface (COM1) (RS422 mode)
Temperature Controller (etc.) Interfaces
7
RS232C Port
8
RS422 Port
EDIT Mode Peripherals
(1) Certain types and models of PCs cannot be used. Refer to programming software
online help.
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XBT GC Interfaces
1
Ethernet Interface (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Not available with XBT GC2120• units.
2
USB Host Interface
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Overview
1.2
Accessories
Introduction
The following section describes accessories that can be connected to XBT GC
Series units.
What's in this Section?
This section contains the following topics:
Topic
18
Page
Accessories
19
I/O Expansion Modules
21
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Accessories
USB Host Interface
Product Name
Reference
Description
USB Transfer Cable
XBT ZG935
Downloads project data created with the Screen Editor via the XBT
GC unit’s USB I/F.
USB Front Cable
XBT ZGUSB
Extension cable attaching USB port to front panel.
Product Name
Reference
Description
RS-232C Cable
XBT ZG9731
Interface cable for communication between a temperature
controller/various boards and the XBT GC2000 series via RS-232C.
RS-422 Cable
XBT ZG9722
Interface cable for communication between a temperature
controller/various boards and the XBT GC2000 series via RS-422.
RS232C Isolation Unit
XBT ZGI232
Unit for providing isolated connection between a temperature
controller/various boards and the XBT GC2000 series. RS-232C and
RS-422 are switchable.
COM Port Conversion
Adapter
XBT ZGCOM1
Connects optional RS-422 communication items to XBT GC2000
series unit’s COM1 port.
Terminal Block
Conversion Adapter
XBT ZG949
Connects output from a serial interface with an RS-422 terminal
block.
Serial Interface Item
Communication Module
Product Name
Reference
CANopen Master Module XBT ZGCCAN
Description
Communication on CANopen network.
Telefast Cable
Product Name
Reference
XBT GC
Reference
Description
Telefast Cable
XBT ZGABE1
XBT GC1100T
2m Interface to connect to ABE 7B20RPN20,
ABE 7B20RPN22 and ABE 7B20RPR20 Telefast
modules
XBT ZGABE2
XBT GC2120T,
XBT GC2230T
2m Interface to connect to ABE 7E16EPN20,
ABE 7E16SPN20, ABE 7E16SPN22 and
ABE 7E16SRM20 Telefast modules
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Option Items
Product Name
Screen Protection Sheet
Reference
Series
Description
XBT ZG60
XBT GC1000
XBT ZG62
XBT GC2000
Disposable, dirt-resistant sheet for the XBT GC
unit’s screen.(5 sheets/set)
Maintenance Items
Product Name
Reference
Series
Description
Installation Fastener
XBT ZGFIX
XBT GC1000
XBT GC2000
Used to install the XBT GC into a solid panel.
Installation Gasket
XBT ZG51
XBT GC1000
XBT ZG52
XBT GC2000
Provides dust and moisture resistance when
XBT GC is installed into a solid panel.
XBT ZGDIO1
XBT GC1000
XBT ZGDIO2
XBT GC2000
XBT ZGABE1
XBT GC1000
Used to connect the DIO Interface to Telefast
modules (1 HE10 connector, 26 pins).
XBT ZGABE2
XBT GC2000
Used to connect the DIO Interface to Telefast
modules (2 HE10 connectors, 20 pins).
XBT ZGCLP2
XBT GC1000
USB Cable clamp used to prevent disconnection.
DIO Connector
DIO Cable
USB Cable Clamp
Attached to the DIO interface. Connects an external
I/O device. (5 connectors/set)
XBT ZGCLP4
XBT GC2000
DC Power Supply
Connector for Mediumsized Units
XBT ZGPWS1
XBT GC1000
XBT GC2000
Used to attach power supply to medium-sized units.
Expansion Module
Securing Hook
XBT ZGCHOK
XBT GC2000
Used to secure 3 expansion modules to the
XBT GC2000 series.
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I/O Expansion Modules
I/O Expansion Modules
I/O Expansion Module for XBT GC1000/2000 Series:
I/O Type
Digital
Description
Connector
8 DC Input
Removal
screw
16 DC Input
16 DC Input
HE10
32 DC Input
8 Relay Output
16 Relay Output
Removal
screw
Reference
Thickness in
mm (in)
Thickness
Type
TM2 DDI8DT
23.5 (0.925)
B
TM2 DDI32DK
29.7 (1.17)
C
TM2 DRA8RT
23.5 (0.925)
B
TM2 DDI16DT
TM2 DDI16DK
TM2 DRA16RT
4 DC Input 4 Relay Output
TM2 DMM8DRT
16 DC Input 8 Relay Output
TM2 DMM24DRF
39.1 (1.54)
D
TM2 DDO8TT
23.5 (0.925)
B
TM2 DDO16TK
17.6 (0.69)
A
8 Transistor Source Output 0.35 A
16 Transistor Source Output 0.35 A
HE10
32 Transistor Source Output 0.35 A
8 AC Input 120 V
TM2 DDO32TK
29.7 (1.17)
C
TM2 DAI8DT
23.5 (0.925)
B
TM2 DDO16UK
17.6 (0.69)
A
TM2 DDO32UK
29.7 (1.17)
C
8 Transistor Sink Output 0.3 A
Removal
screw
TM2 DDO8UT
16 Transistor Sink Output 0.1 A
HE10
32 Transistor Sink Output 0.1 A
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Overview
I/O Type
Description
Connector
Reference
Thickness in
mm (in)
Thickness
Type
Analog
2 Analog Input 0...10 V /4...20 mA
Removal
screw
TM2 AMI2HT
23.5 (0.925)
B
1 Analog Output 0...10 V /4...20 mA
TM2 AMO1HT
2 Analog Input 0...10 V / 4...20 mA,
1Analog Output 0...10 V / 4...20 mA
TM2 AMM3HT
2 Analog Input Thermo / PT100,
1Analog Output 0...10 V / 4...20 mA
TM2 ALM3LT
2 Analog Input Thermo
TM2 AMI2LT
2 Analog Input 0...10 V /4...20 mA /
PT/NI100 / PT/NI1000
TM2 AMI4LT
8 Analog Input 0...10 V /4...20 mA
TM2 AMI8HT
8 Analog Input PTC/NTC
TM2 ARI8HT
2 Analog Output +/- 0...10 V
TM2 AVO2HT
2 Analog Input 0...10 V / 4...20 mA,
2Analog Output 0...10 V / 4...20 mA
TM2 AMM6HT
8 Analog Input PT100/1000
TM2 ARI8LT
8 Analog Input PT100/1000
RJ11
TM2 ARI8LRJ
Allowed Combination Principle
Due to vibration and concussion resistence, the total thickness of the expansion
modules must be lower than 60 mm (2.36 in), unless using the hook XBT ZGCHOK
for 23.5 mm (0.925 in) and 17.6 mm (0.69 in) modules.
XBT GC1000 Allowed Combination
Combination of 2 expansion modules:
22
Type
Type
Total Thickness in mm (in) Combination
A
A
35.2 (1.38)
A
B
41.1 (1.62)
B
B
47.0 (1.85)
A
C
47.3 (1.86)
B
C
53.2 (2.09)
A
D
56.7 (2.23)
C
C
59.4 (2.34)
B
D
62.6 (2.46)
C
D
68.8 (2.71)
D
D
78.2 (3.08)
Allowed
Not Allowed
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XBT GC2000 Allowed Combination
Combination of 2 expansion modules:
Type
Type
Total Thickness in mm (in)
Combination
A
A
35.2 (1.38)
Allowed
A
B
41.1 (1.62)
B
B
47.0 (1.85)
A
C
47.3 (1.86)
B
C
53.2 (2.09)
A
D
56.7 (2.23)
C
C
59.4 (2.34)
B
D
62.6 (2.46)
C
D
68.8 (2.71)
D
D
78.2 (3.08)
Not Allowed
Combination of 3 expansion modules:
Type
Type
Type
Total Thickness in mm (in)
Combination
A
A
A
52.8 (2.08)
Allowed with hook
A
A
B
58.7 (2.31)
A
B
B
64.6 (2.54)
B
B
B
70.5 (2.77)
ALL OTHERS COMBINATIONS
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Not Allowed
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Overview
1.3
Part Names and Functions
Introduction
The following section describes part functions of XBT GC Series units.
What's in this Section?
This section contains the following topics:
Topic
24
Page
XBT GC1000 Series: Parts Description
25
XBT GC2000 Series: Parts Description
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XBT GC1000 Series: Parts Description
Description
Label
Part name
Description
A
Status LED
Indicates the XBT GC’s status, e.g. power input, firmware
RUN status or backlight condition. Also, indicates the status
of logic program execution.
See table below.
B
AUX Unit Interface / Expansion Unit (EXT2) Interface where additional units such as communication
devices can be connected.
C
Expansion Module Interface (EXT1)
Interface to mount the Expansion Module.
D
Power Plug Connector
Used to connect external 24 VDC power supply to terminal.
E
USB Host Interface (USB)
Conforms to USB1.1. (TYPE-A conn.)
Power Supply Voltage: 5 VDC 5%
Output Current: 500 mA (at maximum)
Connects a data transfer cable or USB-compatible printer.
The maximum communication distance is 5 m (16.4 ft).
F
DIO Interface (DIO)
Interface to mount external I/O equipment using the DIO
connector.
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Status LED :
Color
Indicator
Green
ON
Red
Orange
26
Operation Mode
(Drawing)
Logic execution mode
(when logic is enabled)
OFFLINE
-
In operation
RUN
Flashing
In operation
STOP
ON
When power is turned on.
Flashing
In operation
ON
Backlight burnout
Flashing
During software startup
Major Error
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XBT GC2000 Series: Parts Description
Description
Label
Part name
Description
A
Status LED
Indicates the XBT GC’s status, e.g. power input, firmware
RUN status or backlight condition. Also, indicates the status
of logic program execution.
See table below.
B
DIO Interface (DIO)
Interface to mount external I/O equipment using the DIO
connector.
C
AUX Unit Interface / Expansion Unit (EXT2) Interface where additional units such as communication
devices can be connected.
D
Expansion Module Interface (EXT1)
E
Power Plug Connector
Used to connect external 24 VDC power supply to terminal.
F
Ethernet Interface
(10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Not available with XBT GC2120• units
Ethernet transmission interface (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX).
An RJ-45 type modular jack connector (8-pole) is used. The
LED turns on or off to indicate the current status.
See table below.
G
USB Host Interface (USB)
Conforms to USB1.1. (TYPE-A conn.)
Power Supply Voltage: 5 VDC 5%
Output Current: 500 mA (at maximum)
Connects a data transfer cable or USB-compatible printer.
The maximum communication distance is 5 m (16.4 ft).
H
Serial Interface (COM1)
RS232C/RS422/RS485 serial interface. SUB-D 9-pin plug
type connector. Communication method is switched via
software.
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Interface to mount the Expansion Module.
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Status LED :
Color
Indicator
Green
ON
Red
Orange
Operation Mode
(Drawing)
Logic execution mode
(when logic is enabled)
OFFLINE
-
In operation
RUN
Flashing
In operation
STOP
ON
When power is turned on.
Flashing
In operation
ON
Backlight burnout
Flashing
During software startup
Major Error
Ethernet LED :
LED
Green
Yellow
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Status
Description
ON
Data transmission available
OFF
No connection or subsequent transmission failure
ON
Data transmission is occurring
OFF
No data transmission
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Specifications
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Specifications
2
Introduction
This chapter describes the general, functional and interface specifications of the
XBT GC as well as its part names and dimensions.
What's in this Chapter?
This chapter contains the following sections:
Section
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Topic
Page
2.1
XBT GC1000 Series Specifications
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2.2
XBT GC2000 Series Specifications
52
29
Specifications
2.1
XBT GC1000 Series Specifications
Introduction
This section descibes the specifications of the XBT GC1000 Series units.
What's in this Section?
This section contains the following topics:
Topic
30
Page
General Specifications
31
Performance Specifications
34
Interface Specifications
36
Wiring to the DIO Connector
45
XBT GC1000 Series Dimensions
48
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Specifications
General Specifications
Electrical Specifications
Characteristics
Power Supply
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Specifications
Input Voltage
24 VDC
Rated Voltage
19.2...28.8 VDC
Allowable Voltage Drop
10 ms (max.)
Power Consumption
18 W (max.)
In-Rush Current
30 A (max.)
Voltage Endurance
1000 VAC 20 mA for 1 minute
(between charging and FG terminals)
Insulation Resistance
500 VDC 10 MΩ (min.)
(between charging and FG terminals)
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Environmental Specifications
Characteristics
Specifications
Physical
0...50 ° C (32...122 ° F) (1)
Mechanical
Surrounding Air
Temperature
Storage Temperature
-20...60 ° C (-4...140 ° F)
Ambient Humidity
10...90 % RH (Wet bulb temperature: 39 ° C max. (102.2 ° F) - no
condensation)
Storage Humidity
10...90 % RH (Wet bulb temperature: 39 ° C max. (102.2 ° F) - no
condensation)
Dust
0.1mg/m3 and below (non-conductive levels)
Pollution Degree
For use in Pollution Degree 2 environment
Atmosphere
Free of corrosive gases
Air Pressure Vibration
Resistance (availment
altitude)
800...1114hPa
(2000 meters (6,562 ft) above sea-level and below)
Vibration Resistance
EC61131-2 compliant
5 to 9 Hz single-amplitude 3.5 mm (0.14 in)
9 to 150 Hz constant-accelerated velocity 9.8 m/s2
X, Y, Z directions for 10 cycle (100 minute)
Concussion Resistance
IEC61131-2 compliant
(147 m/s2 X, Y, Z directions for 3 time)
Electrical
Noise Immunity
Noise Voltage: 1000VP-P
Pulse Duration: 1μs
Rise Time: 1ns
(via noise simulator)
Electrostatic Discharge
Immunity
6 kV (complies with EN 61000-4-2 Level 3)
(1)
Extended use in environments where surrounding air temperature is 40° C
(104 ° F) or higher may degrade the display quality and result in decreased contrast.
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Structural Specifications
Installation
Specifications
Grounding
Grounding resistance of 100 Ω 2 mm2 (AWG 14), thicker wire or
your country’s applicable standard. (Same for FG and SG
terminals)
Structure (1)
Rating: Equivalent to IP65f NEMA #250 TYPE 4X/13
(Front surface at panel embedding)
Feature size: All-in-one
Installation configuration: Panel embedding
Cooling Method
Natural air circulation
Weight Approx.
1.0 kg (2.2 lb) max. (unit only
External Dimensions
W130.0mm (5.12in) X H104.0mm (4.09in) X D76.5mm (3.01in)
Panel Cut Dimensions
W118.5mm (4.67in) X H92.5mm (3.64in) (2)
Panel thickness: 1.6...5.0 mm (0.06...0.20 in)
(1) The front face of the XBT GC unit, installed in a solid panel, has been tested using
conditions equivalent to the standards shown in the specification. Even though the
XBT GC unit’s level of resistance is equivalent to these standards, oils that should
have no effect on the XBT GC can possibly harm the unit. This can occur in areas
where either vaporized oils are present, or where low viscosity cutting oils are
allowed to adhere to the unit for long periods of time. If the XBT GC’s front face
protection sheet becomes peeled off, these conditions can lead to the ingress of oil
into the XBT GC and separate protection measures are suggested.
Also, if non-approved oils are present, it may cause deformation or corrosion of the
front panel’s plastic cover. Therefore, prior to installing the XBT GC, be sure to
confirm the type of conditions that will be present in the XBT GC’s operating
environment. If the installation gasket is used for a long period of time, or if the unit
and its gasket are removed from the panel, the original level of the protection is
compromised.
To maintain the original protection level, be sure to replace the installation gasket
regularly.
(2)
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Performance Specifications
Performance Specifications
Characteristics
Specifications
Backup memory (Alarm, retain
SRAM 512 K byte
variables...)(1)
Interface
DIO
Interface to external I/O equipment
Input/Output points: 12-point inputs, 6-point outputs
Connector: 22 pins
AUX Interface /
Expansion unit
Interface for external additional unit only (such as
communication equipment) (external)
USB Host Interface
Conforms to USB1.1. (TYPE-A conn.) x 1
Power Supply Voltage: 5 VDC 5%
Output Current: 500 mA (max.)
Communication Distance: 5 m max. (16.4 ft)
Expansion Module
Interface
Interface for Expansion Modules
(Up to two Expansion Modules can be connected)
Clock Accuracy (2)
65 seconds/ month (at room temperature)
Maximum Application HMI +
Control
16 MB FLASH EPROM
(1)
It is user active capacity.
(2)
The XBT GC’s internal clock may add or lose seconds over time. At normal
operating temperatures and conditions, with the XBT GC operating from its lithium
battery, the degree of error is 65 seconds per month. Variations in operating
conditions and battery life can cause this error to vary from -380 to +90 seconds per
month. For systems where this degree of error will be a problem, the user should be
sure to monitor this error and make adjustments when required.
NOTE:
z
z
When the message "RAAA051 Low battery" is displayed, supply power to the
display unit and fully charge the battery. The battery charges within 24 hours to a
level which allows backup operation. Completing a full charge requires about 96
hours (4 days).
A Lithium battery’s lifetime is:
z 10 years when the battery’s ambient temperature is 40° C (104° F) or less,
z 4.1 years when the battery’s ambient temperature is 50° C (122° F) or less,
z 1.5 years when the battery’s ambient temperature is 60° C (140° F) or less.
When used for backup:
z approximately 100 days, with a fully charged battery,
z approximately 6 days, with a half-charged battery.
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Display Specifications
Characteristics
Specifications
Display Type
Monochrome Amber/ Red LCD
Resolution
W320 x H240 pixels
Dot pitch
W0.24 mm (0.01 in) x H0.24 mm (0.01 in)
Effective Display Area
W78.8 mm (3.10 in) x H59.6 mm (2.35 in)
Color/Shade level
Black and White (8 Shades)
Backlight
Amber/ Red LED
Note: Not user replaceable. When replacement is required,
contact your local distributor.
Brightness control
8 levels of adjustment available via touch panel
Contrast Adjustment
8 levels of adjustment available via touch panel
Display Service Life
MTBF value: 50,000 hrs. (TYP)
Note: Backlight display service life is not included.
Backlight Service Life
50,000 hrs. or more (at 25° C (77° F) and continuous
operation - period until backlight brightness decreases to
50%)
Language Fonts
Japanese: 6962 (JIS Standards 1 & 2) (including 607 nonkanji characters)
ANK: 158 (Korean fonts, Simplified Chinese and Taiwanese
traditional Chinese fonts are downloadable).
Text
composition
Character
Sizes
Standard font: 8x8, 8x16, 16x16 and 32x32 dot fonts
Stroke font: 6 to 127dot fonts
Font Sizes
Standard font: Width can be expanded up to 8 times
Height can be expanded up to 8 times (1)
Text
(1)
8 x 8 dots
40 Char. x 30 rows
8 x 16 dots
40 Char. x 15 rows
16 x 16 dots
20 Char. x 15 rows
32 x 32 dots
10 Char. x 7 rows
Font sizes other than those above can be set up by software.
Touch Panel Specifications
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Characteristics
Specifications
Type
Resistive Film (analog)
Resolution
1024 x 1024
Service Life
1,000,000 times or more
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Specifications
Interface Specifications
DIO Interface (Connector)
Important: When preparing the cable to connect the wiring, check the pin numbers
inscribed on the DIO Connector.
Connector XBT ZGDIO1 :
Pin Arrangement
Pin N°
Signal Name
Pin N°
Signal Name
A1
IN1
B1
IN0 (CT0)
A2
IN3
B2
IN2 (CT1)
A3
IN5
B3
IN4 (CT2)
A4
IN7
B4
IN6 (CT3)
A5
IN9
B5
IN8
A6
IN11
B6
IN10
A7
NC
B7
COM
A8
0V
B8
+24V
A9
B9
OUT1
(PLS1, PWM1)
OUT0
(PLS0, PWM0)
A10
OUT3
B10
(PLS3, PWM3)
OUT2
(PLS2, PWM2)
A11
OUT5
OUT4
B11
NOTE: Parenthesized signal names ( ) indicate when Pulse Output (PLS•), PWM
Output (PWM•), or Counter Input (CT•) are used.
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Input Specifications
Characteristics
Specifications
Rated Voltage
24 VDC
Maximum Allowable Voltage
28.8 VDC
Input Method
Sink/Source Input
Rated Current
6.5 mA (24 VDC) (IN0, IN2, IN4, IN6)
5 mA (24 VDC) (Other input)
Input Resistance
Approx. 3.7 KΩ (IN0, IN2, IN4, IN6)
Approx. 4.7 KΩ (Other input)
Input Derating
See Input Derating, page 38
Input Points
12
Common Lines
1
Common Design
12 points/1 common line
Operation
Range
ON Voltage
19 VDC or more
OFF Voltage
5 VDC or less
Input Delay
OFF to ON
0.5 to 20ms (2)
Time (1)
ON to OFF
0.5 to 20ms (2)
Input Signal Display
No LED indicators
Status Display
None
Isolation Method
Photocoupler Isolation
External Connection
22-pin connector (used with Output section)
External Power Supply
For Signal: 24 VDC
(1) In the case of IN0, IN2, IN4 and IN6, the input delay time generates a 5μs-delay.
For example, in the case of a 0.5ms-cycle sampling:
5μs (ON to OFF) + 0.5ms (sampling cycle) + 5μs (OFF to ON) = 0.51ms
A minimum 0.51ms-restriction is imposed on the input pulse width.
In the case of IN1, IN3, IN5 and from IN7 to IN11, the input delay time generates a
0.5ms-delay. For example, in the case of a 0.5ms-cycle sampling:
0.5ms (ON to OFF) + 0.5ms (sampling cycle) + 0.5ms (OFF to ON) = 1.5ms.
A minimum 1.5ms-restriction is imposed on the input-pulse width.
(2)
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Digital filter can be set at intervals of 0.5 ms.
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Input Derating
WARNING
OVERVOLTAGE AND OVERHEATING HAZARDS
Do not exceed the XBT GC input voltage rating, the rated input ON voltage, or the
number of input points.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
Refer to the following drawing and perform Input Derating within the XBT GC unit’s
rated range.
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Input Circuit
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Specifications
Output Specifications
Output Terminal
OUT0 to OUT3
Rated Voltage
24 VDC
Allowable Voltage Range
20.4...28.8 VDC
Output Method
XBT GC1100U
Sink Output
XBT GC1100T
Source Output
Maximum Load Voltage
0.2 A/point, 1.2 A/common
Output Voltage Drop
0.5 VDC or less
Output Delay
Time
OFF to ON
5 μs or less (With output
at 24 VDC, 200 mA)
ON to OFF
5μs or less (With output at 0.5ms or less (With output
24VDC, 200mA)
at 24VDC, 200mA)
Voltage Leakage (when OFF)
40
OUT4 to OUT5
0.5 ms or less (With
output at 24 VDC,
200 mA)
0.1 mA or less
Clamp Voltage
39 V 1 V
Type of Output
Transistor Output
Common Lines
1
Common Design
6 points/1 common line
External Connection
22-pin connector (also used for Input)
Output Protection Type
Output is unprotected
Internal Fuse
2.5 A, 125 V Chip fuse (not replaceable)
Surge Control Circuit
Zener diode
Output Points
6
Output Signal Display
No LED indicators
Status Display Element
None
Isolation Method
Photocoupler Isolation
External Power Supply
For Signal: 24 VDC
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XBT GC1100U Output Circuit (Sink type) :
(1)
(Example) The output delay time (OFF to ON) is 1.5 μs where the output current
is 24 VDC, 50 mA. Install an external dummy resistor to increase the amount of
current when more responsiveness is required and the load is light.
WARNING
OUTPUT SHORT CIRCUIT OR OVERVOLTAGE
Install an appropriate fuse (500 mA compliant with UL248-1) to protect the output
line from an abnormal short-circuit or connection overload condition.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
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Specifications
XBT GC1100T Output Circuit (Source type) :
(1)
(Example) The output delay time (OFF to ON) is 1.5 μs where the output current
is 24 VDC, 50 mA. Install an external dummy resistor to increase the amount of
current when more responsiveness is required and the load is light.
WARNING
OUTPUT SHORT CIRCUIT OR OVERVOLTAGE
Install an appropriate fuse (500 mA compliant with UL248-1) to protect the output
line from an abnormal short-circuit or connection overload condition.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
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High-Speed Counter / Pulse Cath Input Specifications
DIO Standard Input/Output is used as a High-Speed Counter Input. The setup is
done by the programming sotfware. This function wiil be available from the second
version of the Software.
For more information, refer to the programming software User Manual.
Characteristics
Input
Input Points
Counter
Pulse Catch
24 VDC Open Collector
24 VDC Open Collector
Single Phase (4 points)
2 Phase (1 point or 2 points)
CT0 (IN0),
CT1 (IN2),
CT2 (IN4),
CT3 (IN6)
CT0 (IN0), CT1 (IN2) (used as IN0, IN2,
pair)
IN4, IN6
CT0: A Phase,
CT1: B Phase
CT2 (IN4), CT3 (IN6)
CT2: A Phase,
CT3: B Phase
Min. Pulse Width
(Pulse Input)
Input signal ON width
Count Speed
(Rise, Fall time)
-
Phase
1 Phase
90 degree phase differential 2- phase signal
1 phase + directional signal
High Speed Count
Frequency
100 Kpps
50 Kpps
Count Edge designation
Available
Not Available
Count Register
32 Bit UP/DOWN Counter
-
Counter Mode change
Set through software
-
Upper/Lower Limit Setting
Not Available
-
Preload - Prestrobe
Available
Marker Input (Counter Value None
Clear)
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IN3, IN7
-
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Pulse/PWM Output Specifications
DIO Standard Input/Output is used as a Pulser Output or PWM Output. The setup is
done by the programming software. This function wiil be available from the second
version of the Software.
For more information, refer to the programming software User Manual.
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Characteristics
Pulse Output
PWM Output
Output Points
4 points
Output Method
PLS0 to PLS3 (OUT0 to OUT3) PWM0 to PWM3 (OUT0 to
defined by user
OUT3) defined by user
Load Voltage
24 VDC
Min. Load Current
1 mA
Max. Output Frequency
Up to 65 kHz possible per point (set through software)
Pulse
Acceleration/Deceleration
Speed
Available
-
ON Duty
50% 10% (at 65 kHz)(1)
19 to 81% (at 65 kHz)(2)
(1)
The ON Duty error (10%) will be reduced if the Output frequency is low.
(2)
The ON Duty (effective range) will be widened if the Output frequency is low.
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Wiring to the DIO Connector
Introduction
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK
Be sure to remove the DIO Connector from the XBT GC unit prior to starting wiring.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
Items Required to Wire Connectors
Screwdriver
Recommended type: 1891348-1 (Tyco Electronics AMP)
If another manufacturer is used, be sure the part has the following dimensions:
z
z
point depth: 1.5 mm (0.06 in)
point height: 2.4 mm (0.09 in)
Point shape should be DIN5264A, and meet Security Standard DN EN60900.
Also, the screwdriver’s tip should be flat as indicated in order to access the narrow
hole of the connector:
The connectors are a spring clamp type.
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Procedure
(1)
Wire should be AWG24 to AWG18 thick, and twisted. Applicable wire sizes are
UL1015 and UL1007.
(2)
Be sure to strip at least 7.0mm [0.28in.] of cover from the wire.
(3)
Do not rotate the point of the screwdriver inside the square-shaped opening. It
may damage the equipment.
Use the following procedure to connect the wires to the connectors:
Step
Action
1
Insert the screwdriver into the square-shaped hole.
This will open the wire’s round-shaped hole.
2
Hold the screwdriver and insert the wire into the wire's round-shaped hole.
3
Take out the screwdriver from the square-shaped hole.
The round-shaped hole will then close, and the wire will be held securely in
place.
NOTE: To remove the wire, re-insert the screwdriver into the square-shaped hole
and when the wire's spring clamp releases, pull the wire out.
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CAUTION
IMPROPER WIRING
z
z
z
Be sure to strip only the amount of cover required. If too much cover is removed,
the end wires may short against each other, or against an electrode, which can
create an electric shock. If not enough cover is removed the wire cannot carry
a charge.
Do not solder the wire itself. This could lead to a bad or poor contact.
Insert each wire completely into its opening. Failure to do so can lead to a unit
malfunction or short, either against wire filaments, or against an electrode.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
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Specifications
XBT GC1000 Series Dimensions
Installation Fasteners Attached Dimensions
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Cable Attached Dimensions
Important: All the above values are designed in case of cable bending. The
dimensions given here are representative values depending on the type of
connection cable used. Therefore, they are all intended for reference only.
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Panel Cut Dimensions
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Installation Fasteners
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Specifications
2.2
XBT GC2000 Series Specifications
Introduction
This section descibes the specifications of the XBT GC2000 Series units.
What's in this Section?
This section contains the following topics:
Topic
52
Page
General Specifications
53
Performance Specifications
56
Interface Specifications
60
Wiring to the DIO Connector
70
XBT GC2000 Series Dimensions
72
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General Specifications
Electrical Specifications
Characteristics
Power Supply
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Input Voltage
24 VDC
Rated Voltage
19.2...28.8 VDC
Allowable Voltage Drop
3 ms (max.)
Power Consumption
27 W (max.)
In-Rush Current
30 A (max.)
Voltage Endurance
1000 VAC 20 mA for 1 minute
(between charging and FG terminals)
Insulation Resistance
500 VDC 10 MΩ (min.)
(between charging and FG terminals)
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Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Characteristics
Specifications
Physical
0...50 ° C (32...122 ° F) (1)
Mechanical
Surrounding Air
Temperature
Storage Temperature
-20...60 ° C (-4...140 ° F)
Ambient Humidity
10...90 % RH (Wet bulb temperature: 39 ° C max. (102.2 ° F) - no
condensation)
Storage Humidity
10...90 % RH (Wet bulb temperature: 39 ° C max. (102.2 ° F) - no
condensation)
Dust
0.1 mg/m3 and below (non-conductive levels)
Pollution Degree
For use in Pollution Degree 2 environment
Atmosphere
Free of corrosive gases
Air Pressure Vibration
Resistance (availment
altitude)
800...1114hPa
(2000 meters (6,562 ft) above sea-level and below)
Vibration Resistance
IEC61131-2 compliant
5 to 9Hz single-amplitude 3.5 mm (0.14 in)
9 to 150Hz constant-accelerated velocity 9.8 m/s2
X, Y, Z directions for 10 cycle (100 minute)
Concussion Resistance
IEC61131-2 compliant
(147m/s2 X, Y, Z directions for 3 time)
Electrical
Noise Immunity
Noise Voltage: 1000VP-P
Pulse Duration: 1μs
Rise Time: 1ns
(via noise simulator)
Electrostatic Discharge
Immunity
6kV (complies with EN 61000-4-2 Level 3)
(1)
Extended use in environments where surrounding air temperature is 40° C
(104 ° F) or higher may degrade the display quality and result in decreased contrast.
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Structural Specifications
Installation
Specifications
Grounding
Grounding resistance of 100 Ω 2 mm2 (AWG 14), thicker wire or
your country’s applicable standard. (Same for FG and SG
terminals)
Structure (1)
Rating: Equivalent to IP65f NEMA #250 TYPE 4X/13
(Front surface at panel embedding)
Feature size: All-in-one
Installation configuration: Panel embedding
Cooling Method
Natural air circulation
Weight Approx.
1.0 kg (2.2 lb) max. (unit only)
External Dimensions
W167.5 mm (6.59 in) X H135.0 mm (5.31 in) X D78.0 mm (3.07 in)
Panel Cut Dimensions
W156.0 mm (6.14 in) X H123.5 mm (4.86 in) (2)
Panel thickness: 1.6...5.0 mm (0.06...0.20 in)]
(1) The front face of the XBT GC unit, installed in a solid panel, has been tested using
conditions equivalent to the standards shown in the specification. Even though the
XBT GC unit’s level of resistance is equivalent to these standards, oils that should
have no effect on the XBT GC can possibly harm the unit. This can occur in areas
where either vaporized oils are present, or where low viscosity cutting oils are
allowed to adhere to the unit for long periods of time. If the XBT GC’s front face
protection sheet becomes peeled off, these conditions can lead to the ingress of oil
into the XBT GC and separate protection measures are suggested.
Also, if non-approved oils are present, it may cause deformation or corrosion of the
front panel’s plastic cover. Therefore, prior to installing the XBT GC be sure to
confirm the type of conditions that will be present in the XBT GC’s operating
environment. If the installation gasket is used for a long period of time, or if the unit
and its gasket are removed from the panel, the original level of the protection is
compromised.
To maintain the original protection level, be sure to replace the installation gasket
regularly.
(2)
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Performance Specifications
Model
XBT GC2120•
Backup memory (Alarm, retain
SRAM 512 K byte
XBT GC2230•
variables...)(1)
Interface
Serial Interface
COM1: RS232C / RS422 / RS485
Asynchronous Transmission:
Data Lenght: 7 bit / 8 bit
Parity: none, odd or even
Stop Bit: 1 bit / 2 bit
Data Transmission Speed: 2400 bps to 115.2 Kbps
Connector: SUB-D 9 pin plug
Ethernet Interface
-
DIO Interface
Interface for external I/O equipment
Input/Output points: 16-point inputs, 16-point outputs
Connector: 38 pins
AUX Unit Interface
/ Expansion Unit
(EXT2)
Interface for external additional unit only (such as
communication equipment) (external)
Ethernet (IEEE802.3u,
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Connector: modular jack
connector (RJ-45)
USB Host Interface Conforms to USB1.1. (TYPE-A conn.) x 1
Power Supply Voltage: 5 VDC 5%
Output Current: 500 mA (max.)
Communication Distance: 5 m max. (16.4 ft)
Expansion Module
Interface
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Interface for Expansion Modules
Three Expansion Modules can be inserted
Clock Accuracy (2)
+/- 65 seconds/ month (at room temperature)
Maximum Application HMI +
Control
16 MB FLASH EPROM
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(1)
It is user active capacity.
(2)
The XBT GC’s internal clock may add or lose seconds over time. At normal
operating temperatures and conditions, with the XBT GC operating from its lithium
battery, the degree of error is 65 seconds per month. Variations in operating
conditions and battery life can cause this error to vary from -380 to +90 seconds per
month. For systems where this degree of error will be a problem, the user should be
sure to monitor this error and make adjustments when required.
NOTE:
z
z
When the message "RAAA051 Low battery" is displayed, supply power to the
display unit and fully charge the battery. The battery charges within 24 hours to a
level which allows backup operation. Completing a full charge requires about 96
hours (4 days).
A Lithium battery’s lifetime is:
z 10 years when the battery’s ambient temperature is 40° C (104° F) or less,
z 4.1 years when the battery’s ambient temperature is 50° C (122° F) or less,
z 1.5 years when the battery’s ambient temperature is 60° C (140° F) or less.
When used for backup:
z approximately 100 days, with a fully charged battery,
z approximately 6 days, with a half-charged battery.
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Display Specifications
Model
XBT GC2120•
XBT GC2230•
Display Type
Monochrome LCD
STN Color LCD
Resolution
W320 x H240 pixels
Dot pitch
W0.36 mm (0.01 in) x H0.36 mm (0.01 in)
Effective Display Area
W117.2 mm (4.61 in) x H88.4 mm (3.48 in)
Color/Shade level
Black and White (16 Shades) 4096 Colors (Enables blink
(Enables blink feature)
feature)
Backlight
White LED
Note: Not user replaceable. When replacement is required,
contact your local distributor.
Brightness control
8 levels of adjustment available via touch panel
Contrast Adjustment
8 levels of adjustment available via touch panel
Display Service Life
MTBF value: 50,000 hrs. (TYP)
Note: Backlight display service life is not included.
Backlight Service Life
50,000 hrs. or more (at 25° C (77° F) and continuous
operation - period until backlight brightness decreases to
50%)
Language Fonts
Japanese: 6962 (JIS Standards 1 & 2) (including 607 nonkanji characters)
ANK: 158 (Korean fonts, Simplified Chinese and Taiwanese
traditional Chinese fonts are downloadable.)
Text
composition
Character
Sizes
Standard font: 8x8, 8x16, 16x16 and 32x32 dot fonts
Stroke font: 6 to 127 dot fonts
Font Sizes
Standard font: Width can be expanded up to 8 times.
Height can be expanded up to 8 times (1)
Text
(1)
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8 x 8 dots
40 Char. x 30 rows
8 x 16 dots
40 Char. x 15 rows
16 x 16 dots
20 Char. x 15 rows
32 x 32 dots
10 Char. x 7 rows
Font sizes other than those above can be set up by software.
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Touch Panel Specifications
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Characteristics
Specifications
Type
Resistive Film (analog)
Resolution
1024 x 1024
Service Life
1,000,000 times or more
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Specifications
Interface Specifications
Presentation
This section describes the specifications of each interface of the XBT GC2000
Series unit.
Important:
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The XBT GC unit's serial Interface is not isolated. When the host (PLC) unit is
also not isolated, be sure to connect the #5 SG (Signal Ground) terminal to
reduce the risk of damaging the RS232C/RS422/RS485 circuit.
In the XBT GC unit, SG (signal ground) and FG (frame ground) are connected
internally. When connecting an external device to the XBT GC using the SG
terminal, be sure to check that no short-circuit loop is created when you setup the
system.
NOTE: When isolation is necessary, you can use the RS232C isolation unit
(XBT ZGI232) on COM1.
Serial Interfaces (COM1)
This interface is used to connect an RS232C/RS422/RS485 cable. Communication
method is switched via software. SUB-D 9-pin plug connector is used.
In the case of RS232C :
Pin Arrangement
Pin N°
RS232C
Signal Name
Direction
Meaning
1
CD
Input
Carrier Detect
2
RD (RXD)
Input
Receive Data
3
SD (TXD)
Output
Send Data
4
ER (DTR)
Output
Data Terminal Ready
5
SG
-
Signal Ground
6
DR (DSR)
Input
Data Set Ready
7
RS (RTS)
Output
Request to Send
8
CS (CTS)
Input
Send Possible
9
CI (RI) / VCC
Input / -
Called status display
5V5% Output 0.25A (1)
Shell
FG
-
Frame Ground (Common
with SG)
(1)
The RI/VCC selection for Pin #9 is switched via software. The VCC output is not
protected against overcurrent. To prevent damage and ensure proper operation,
use only the rated current.
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In the case of RS422 / RS485 :
Pin Arrangement
Pin N°
RS422 / RS485
Signal Name
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Meaning
1
RDA
Input
Receive Data A(+) / RxD0
2
RDB
Input
Receive Data B(-) / RxD1
3
SDA
Output
Send Data A(+) / TxD0
4
ERA
Output
Data Terminal Ready A(+)
5
SG
-
Signal Ground
6
CSB
Input
Send Possible B(-) / TxD1
7
SDB
Output
Send Data B(-)
8
CSA
Input
Send Possible A(+)
9
ERB
Output
Data Terminal Ready B(-)
Shell
FG
-
Frame Ground / Shield
(Common with SG)
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DIO Interface (Connector)
Important: When preparing the cable to connect the wiring, check the pin numbers
inscribed on the DIO Connector.
Connector XBT ZGDIO2 :
Pin Arrangement
Pin N°
Signal Name
Pin N°
Signal Name
A1
IN1
B1
IN0 (CT0)
A2
IN3
B2
IN2 (CT1)
A3
IN5
B3
IN4 (CT2)
A4
IN7
B4
IN6 (CT3)
A5
IN9
B5
IN8
A6
IN11
B6
IN10
A7
IN13
B7
IN12
A8
IN15
B8
IN14
A9
NC
B9
COM
A10
Sink: NC
Source: +24V
B10
Sink: +24V
Source: +24V
A11
Sink: 0V
Source: NC
B11
Sink: 0V
Source: 0V
A12
OUT1
(PLS1, PWM1
B12
OUT0
(PLS0, PWM0
A13
OUT3
(PLS3, PWM3
B13
OUT2
(PLS2, PWM2
A14
OUT5
B14
OUT4
A15
OUT7
B15
OUT6
A16
OUT9
B16
OUT8
A17
OUT11
B17
OUT10
A18
OUT13
B18
OUT12
A19
OUT15
B19
OUT14
NOTE: Parenthesized signal names ( ) indicate when Pulse Output (PLS•), PWM
Output (PWM•), or Counter Input (CT•) are used.
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Input Specifications
Characteristics
Specifications
Rated Voltage
24 VDC
Maximum Allowable Voltage
28.8 VDC
Input Method
Sink/Source Input
Rated Current
6.5 mA (24 VDC) (IN0, IN2, IN4, IN6)
5 mA (24 VDC) (Other input)
Input Resistance
Approx. 3.7 KΩ (IN0, IN2, IN4, IN6)
Approx. 4.7 KΩ (Other input)
Input Derating
See Input Derating, page 64
Input Points
16
Common Lines
1
Common Design
16 points/1 common line
Operation
Range
ON Voltage
19 VDC or more
OFF Voltage
5 VDC or less
Input Delay
OFF to ON
0.5 to 20ms (2)
Time (1)
ON to OFF
0.5 to 20ms (2)
Input Signal Display
No LED indicators
Status Display
None
Isolation Method
Photocoupler Isolation
External Connection
38-pin connector (used with Output section)
External Power Supply
For Signal: 24 VDC
(1) In the case of IN0, IN2, IN4, and IN6, the input delay time generates a 5μs-delay.
For example, in the case of a 0.5ms-cycle sampling:
5μs (ON to OFF) + 0.5ms (sampling cycle) + 5μs (OFF to ON) = 0.51ms
A minimum 0.51ms-restriction is imposed on the input pulse width.
In the case of IN1, IN3, IN5, and from IN7 to IN15, the input delay time generates a
0.5ms-delay.
For example, in the case of a 0.5ms-cycle sampling:
0.5ms (ON to OFF) + 0.5ms (sampling cycle) + 0.5ms (OFF to ON) = 1.5ms.
A minimum 1.5ms-restriction is imposed on the input-pulse width.
(2)
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Input Derating
WARNING
OVERVOLTAGE AND OVERHEATING HAZARDS
Do not exceed the XBT GC input voltage rating, the rated input ON voltage, or the
number of input points.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
Refer to the following drawing and perform Input Derating within the XBT GC unit’s
rated range.
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Input Circuit
Output Specifications
Output Terminal
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OUT0 to OUT3
Rated Voltage
24 VDC
Allowable Voltage Range
20.4...28.8 VDC
Output Method
XBT GC2••0U
Sink Output
XBT GC2••0T
Source Output
OUT4 to OUT15
Maximum Load Voltage
0.2 A/point, 1.6 A/common
Output Voltage Drop
0.5 VDC or less
Output Delay
Time
OFF to ON
5 μs or less (With output
at 24 VDC, 200 mA)
0.5 ms or less (With
output at 24 VDC,
200 mA)
ON to OFF
5 μs or less (With output
at 24 VDC, 200 mA)
0.5 ms or less (With
output at 24 VDC,
200 mA)
Voltage Leakage (when OFF)
0.1 mA or less
Clamp Voltage
39 V 1 V
Type of Output
Transistor Output
Common Lines
2
Common Design
8 points/1 common line x 2
External Connection
38-pin connector (also used for Input)
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Output Terminal
OUT0 to OUT3
Output Protection Type
Output is unprotected
Internal Fuse
2.5 A, 125 V Chip fuse (not replaceable)
Surge Control Circuit
Zener diode
Output Points
16
Output Signal Display
No LED indicators
Status Display Element
None
Isolation Method
Photocoupler Isolation
External Power Supply
For Signal: 24 VDC
OUT4 to OUT15
XBT GC2••0U Output Circuit (Sink type):
(1)
(Example) The output delay time (OFF to ON) is 1.5 μs where the output current
is 24 VDC, 50 mA. Install an external dummy resistor to increase the amount of
current when more responsiveness is required and the load is light.
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WARNING
OUTPUT SHORT CIRCUIT OR OVERVOLTAGE
Install an appropriate fuse (500 mA compliant with UL248-1) to protect the output
line from an abnormal short-circuit or connection overload condition.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
XBT GC2••0T Output Circuit (Source type):
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(1)
(Example) The output delay time (OFF to ON) is 1.5 μs where the output current
is 24 VDC, 50 mA. Install an external dummy resistor to increase the amount of
current when more responsiveness is required and the load is light.
WARNING
OUTPUT SHORT CIRCUIT OR OVERVOLTAGE
Install an appropriate fuse (500 mA compliant with UL248-1) to protect the output
line from an abnormal short-circuit or connection overload condition.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
High-Speed Counter / Pulse Cath Input Specifications
DIO Standard Input/Output is used as a High-Speed Counter Input. The setup is
done by the programming software. This function should be available from the
second version of the Software.
For more information, refer to the programming software User Manual.
Characteristics
Counter
Pulse Catch
Input
24 VDC Open Collector
24 VDC Open Collector
Single Phase (4 points)
2 Phase (1 point or 2 points)
Input Points
CT0 (IN0),
CT1 (IN2),
CT2 (IN4),
CT3 (IN6)
CT0 (IN0), CT1 (IN2) (used
as pair)
CT0: A Phase,
CT1: B Phase
CT2 (IN4), CT3 (IN6)
CT2: A Phase,
CT3: B Phase
IN0, IN2,
IN4, IN6
Min. Pulse Width
(Pulse Input)
Input signal ON width
Count Speed
(Rise, Fall time)
-
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Characteristics
Counter
Pulse Catch
Phase
1 Phase
90 degree phase differential
2-phase signal
1 phase + directional signal
-
High Speed Count
Frequency
100 Kpps
50 Kpps
-
Count Edge designation
Available
Not Available
-
Count Register
32 Bit UP/DOWN Counter
-
Counter Mode change
Set through software
-
Upper/Lower Limit Setting
Not Available
-
Preload - Prestrobe
Available
-
Marker Input (Counter Value None
Clear)
IN3, IN7
-
Pulse/PWM Output Specifications
DIO Standard Input/Output is used as a Pulser Output or PWM Output. The setup is
done by the programming software. This function should be available from the
second version of the Software.
For more information, refer to the programming software User Manual.
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Characteristics
Pulse Output
Output Points
4 points
PWM Output
Output Method
PLS0 to PLS3 (OUT0 to OUT3) PWM0 to PWM3 (OUT0 to
defined by user
OUT3) defined by user
Load Voltage
24 VDC
Min. Load Current
1 mA
Max. Output Frequency
Up to 65 kHz possible per point (set through software)
Pulse
Acceleration/Deceleration
Speed
Available
-
ON Duty
50% 10% (at 65 kHz)(1)
19 to 81% (at 65 kHz)(2)
(1)
The ON Duty error (10%) will be reduced if the Output frequency is low.
(2)
The ON Duty (effective range) will be widened if the Output frequency is low.
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Wiring to the DIO Connector
Introduction
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK
Be sure to remove the DIO Connector from the XBT GC unit prior to starting wiring.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
Items Required to Wire Connectors
Screwdriver
Recommended type: 1891348-1 (Tyco Electronics AMP)
If another manufacturer is used, be sure the part has the following dimensions:
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point depth: 1.5 mm (0.06 in)
point height: 2.4 mm (0.09 in)
Point shape should be DIN5264A and meet Security Standard DN EN60900.
Also, the screwdriver’s tip should be flat as indicated in order to access the narrow
hole of the connector:
The connectors are a spring clamp type.
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Procedure
(1)
Wire should be AWG24 to AWG18 thick and twisted. Applicable wire sizes are
UL1015 and UL1007.
(2)
Be sure to strip at least 7.0 mm (0.28 in) of cover from the wire.
(3)
Do not rotate the point of the screwdriver inside the square-shaped opening. It
may damage the equipment.
Use the following procedure to connect the wires to the connectors:
Step
Action
1
Insert the screwdriver into the square-shaped hole.
This will open the wire’s round-shaped hole.
2
Hold the screwdriver and insert the wire into the wire's round-shaped hole.
3
Take out the screwdriver from the square-shaped hole.
The round-shaped hole will then close, and the wire will be held securely in place.
NOTE: To remove the wire, re-insert the screwdriver into the square-shaped hole
and when the wire's spring clamp releases, pull the wire out.
CAUTION
IMPROPER WIRING
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Be sure to strip only the amount of cover required. If too much cover is removed,
the end wires may short against each other or against an electrode, which can
create an electric shock. If not enough cover is removed the wire cannot carry
a charge.
Do not solder the wire itself. This could lead to a bad or poor contact.
Insert each wire completely into its opening. Failure to do so can lead to a unit
malfunction or short, either against wire filaments, or against an electrode.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
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XBT GC2000 Series Dimensions
Installation Fasteners Attached Dimensions
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Cable Attached Dimensions
Important: All the above values are designed in case of cable bending. The
dimensions given here are representative values depending on the type of
connection cable used. Therefore, they are all intended for reference only.
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Panel Cut Dimensions
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Installation Fasteners
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3
3.1
Examples of Particular I/O Connections
Introduction
This section shows examples of connections between the XBT GC and a pulse
motor amplifier or a rotary encoder.
What's in this Section?
This section contains the following topics:
Topic
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Connection to Pulse Motor Amplifier (CW/CCW type)
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Connection to Pulse Motor Amplifier (Clock Up/Down System)
80
Connection to a Rotary Encoder
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Connection to Pulse Motor Amplifier (CW/CCW type)
Presentation
The following circuit diagrams show examples of connections between the XBT GC
and a pulse motor amplifier (when the transistor can be connected to the amplifier).
NOTE: The circuit of the pulse motor amplifier is illustrated by the 24 VDC CW and
CCW concept. However, the withstand voltage and the operating current of the
coupler, which receives pulse signals, vary by manufacturer. Please contact the
amplifier manufacturer before using.
Output Sink Type
NOTE: The output terminals for XBT GC pulses are the ones that have the signal
names OUT0, OUT1, OUT2, and OUT3. For setting details, refer to the
programming software online help.
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Output Source Type
NOTE: The output terminals for XBT GC pulses are the ones that have the signal
names OUT0, OUT1, OUT2, and OUT3. For setting details, refer to the
programming software online help.
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Connection to Pulse Motor Amplifier (Clock Up/Down System)
Presentation
The following circuit diagrams show examples of connections between the XBT GC
and a pulse motor amplifier (when the transistor can be connected to the amplifier).
NOTE: The circuit of the pulse motor amplifier is illustrated by the 24 VDC clock
up/down system. However, the withstand voltage and the operating current of the
coupler, which receives pulse signals, vary by manufacturer. Please contact the
amplifier manufacturer before using.
Output Sink Type
NOTE:
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The output terminals for XBT GC pulses are the ones that have the signal names
OUT0, OUT1, OUT2, and OUT3. For setting details, refer to the programming
software online help.
Output signals for switching do not have to be connected to terminals that
accommodate high-speed output, and can be connected to general-purpose
terminals (XBT GC1000 series: OUT 4 and OUT5, XBT GC2000 series: OUT4
through OUT15).
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Output Source Type
NOTE:
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The output terminals for XBT GC pulses are the ones that have the signal names
OUT0, OUT1, OUT2, and OUT3. For setting details, refer to the programming
software online help.
Output signals for switching do not have to be connected to terminals that
accommodate high-speed output and can be connected to general-purpose
terminals (XBT GC1000 series: OUT 4 and OUT5, XBT GC2000 series: OUT4
through OUT15).
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Connection to a Rotary Encoder
Presentation
The following circuit diagrams show examples of connections between the XBT GC
and a rotary encoder (when the transistor can be connected to the rotary encoder).
Output Sink Rotary Encoder
NOTE: The output terminals for LT counters are the ones that have the signal
names IN0, IN2, IN4, and IN6. For setting details, refer to the programming software
online help.
Output Source Rotary Encoder
NOTE: The output terminals for XBT GC counters are the ones that have the signal
names IN0, IN2, IN4, and IN6. For setting details, refer to the programming software
online help.
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Introduction
This chapter describes the installation and wiring of XBT GC Series units.
What's in this Chapter?
This chapter contains the following sections:
Section
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Topic
Page
4.1
Installation
84
4.2
Wiring Precautions
89
4.3
Telefast Cables
102
4.4
USB Cable Clamp Attachment/Removal
108
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4.1
Installation
Installation
Check the Installation Gasket’s Seating
It is strongly recommended that you use the installation gasket since it absorbs
vibration in addition to repelling water.
For the procedure for attaching the installation gasket, see Installation Gasket
Attachment Procedure, page 119.
Important:
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Before installing the XBT GC into a cabinet or panel, check that the installation
gasket is securely attached to the unit.
A gasket which has been used for a long period of time may have scratches or
dirt on it and could have lost much of its dust and drip resistance. Be sure to
change the gasket periodically (or when scratches or dirt become visible).
Creating a Panel Cut
Create the correct sized opening required to install the XBT GC, using the
installation dimensions given.
Determine the panel thickness according to the panel thickness range with due
consideration of panel strength.
See:
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XBT GC1000 Series: see Panel Cut Dimensions, page 50
XBT GC2000 Series: see Panel Cut Dimensions, page 74
NOTE: Check that the installation panel or cabinet’s surface is flat, in good condition
and has no jagged edges. Also, if desired, metal reinforcing strips can be attached
to the inside of the panel, near the Panel Cut, to increase the panel’s strength.
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Installation Requirements
For easier maintenance, operation and improved ventilation, be sure to install the
XBT GC at least 100 mm (3.94 in) away from adjacent structures and other
equipment:
Be sure that the surrounding air temperature and the ambient humidity are within
their designated ranges. (Surrounding air temperature: 0 to 50° C (32 to 122° F),
Ambient humidity: 10 to 90% RH, Wet bulb temperature: 39° C (102.2° F) max.).
When installing the XBT GC on the panel of a cabinet or enclosure, "Surrounding air
temperature" indicates both the panel face and cabinet or enclosure’s internal
temperature:
Be sure that heat from surrounding equipment does not cause the XBT GC to
exceed its standard operating temperature.
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When installing the XBT GC in a slanted panel, the panel face should not incline
more than 30° :
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When installing the XBT GC in a slanted panel, and the panel face inclines more
than 30° , the surrounding operating temperature must not exceed 40° C (104° F).
You may need to use forced air cooling (fan, A/C) to ensure the surrounding
operating temperature is 40° C (104° F) or below.
The XBT GC1000 series does not support portrait mounting. When the
XBT GC2000 series is used with the EX module attached to the rear side, it
cannot be mounted in portrait orientation.
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Installing the XBT GC
Installation procedure:
Step
Action
1
Insert the XBT GC into the panel cut.
2
Insert the installation fasteners into the XBT GC
insertion slots, at the left and right side or top and
bottom side of the unit. (total: 4 slots)
Important:
Insert each installation fastener securely into the
slot's recess (shaded area). If the fasteners are
not correctly attached, the XBT GC unit may shift
or fall out of the panel
Description
Example XBT GC1000 Series:
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Step
Action
3
Insert each of the fasteners shown below. Be
sure to pull the fastener back until it is flush with
the rear of the attachment hole.
4
Use a Phillips screwdriver to tighten each
fastener screw and secure the XBT GC in place.
Important:
z Tightening the screws with too much force
can damage the XBT GC unit’s plastic case.
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0.5 Nm (4.4 lb-in).
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4.2
Wiring Precautions
Introduction
This section describes the procedures and precautions for wiring.
What's in this Section?
This section contains the following topics:
Topic
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Connecting the Power Cord
90
Connecting the Power Supply
93
Grounding
95
Wiring Precautions
97
Installation Precautions
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Connecting the Power Cord
Presentation
This section describes the procedures and precautions for wiring power cords.
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHORT CIRCUIT OR OVERVOLTAGE
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Prior to connecting the XBT GC unit’s power cord terminals to the power
terminal block, confirm that the XBT GC unit’s power supply is completely
turned OFF.
Supplying a power voltage other than that specified will damage the power
source and the XBT GC unit.
Since there is no power switch on the XBT GC unit, be sure to attach a switch
to its power cord.
When the FG terminal is connected, be sure the wire is grounded.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
CAUTION
IMPROPER GROUNDING
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When the FG terminal is connected, be sure the wire is grounded. Not
grounding the XBT GC unit will result in excess noise and vibration.
The SG and FG terminals are connected internally in the XBT GC unit. When
connecting the SG wire to another device, be sure that the design of the
system/connection does not produce a ground loop.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
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When the DC Type
Power Cord Specifications:
Characteristic
Specification
Power Cord Diameter
0.75...2.5 mm2 (18...12 AWG)
Conductor Type
Simple or twisted wire
Conductor Length
Important:
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Use copper conductors only.
If the Conductor’s end (individual) wires are not twisted correctly, the end wires
may either short against each other, or against an electrode.
Power Connector (Plug) Specifications:
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Signal
Description
+
24 VDC
-
0V
FG
FG Grounding terminal
connected to the XBT GC
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Important:
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Be sure to remove the connector from the XBT GC unit prior to starting wiring.
The temperature rating of field installed conductors: 75° C (167° F) only.
Procedure:
Step
Action
1
Confirm that the power cord is unplugged from the power supply.
2
Strip the membrane of the power cord, twist the wire ends and connect them to the
Power Connector (Plug).
Important:
z Use a flat-blade screwdriver (Size 0.6 X 3.5) to tighten the terminal screws. The
torque required to tighten these screws is 0.5...0.6 Nm (4.4...5.3 lb-in).
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3
Reattach the Power Connector (Plug):
Note: Be sure to twist the power cords together, up to the power connector.
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Connecting the Power Supply
Presentation
This section describes the precautions for supplying a power voltage.
If the supplied voltage exceeds the XBT GC unit’s range, connect a constant voltage
transformer (see Specifications, page 29):
For between the line and ground, select a power supply that is low in noise. If there
is an excess amount of noise, connect a insulating transformer:
Important: Use constant voltage and insulating transformers with capacities
exceeding Power Consumption value.
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When supplying power to the XBT GC unit, be sure to separate the input/output and
power lines, as shown.
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To increase the noise resistance quality of the power cord, simply twist each
power wire before attaching the Ring Terminal.
The power supply cable must not be bundled or positioned close to main circuit
lines (high voltage, high current) or input/output signal lines.
To avoid excess noise, make the power cord as short as possible.
24 VDC input unit is must be used with a Class 2 power supply.
Connect a lightening surge absorber, as shown in the diagram, to deal with power
surges:
Important:
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Be sure to ground the surge absorber (E1) separately from the XBT GC unit (E2).
Select a surge absorber that has a maximum circuit voltage greater than that of
the peak voltage of the power supply.
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Grounding
Presentation
This section describes the precautions for grounding the XBT GC unit.
Grounding
WARNING
IMPROPER GROUNDING
Make the XBT GC’s connection to ground independent of another equipment’s
ground connection (see diagrams below for additional information
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
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Label
Description
1
Exclusive Grounding: BEST
2
Exclusive Grounding: OK
3
Common Grounding: NOT OK
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IMPROPER GROUNDING
Important:
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Check that the grounding resistance is 100 Ω or less.
FG and SG terminals are internally connected in the XBT GC. When connecting
an external device to the XBT GC using the SG terminal, be sure to check that
no short-circuit loop is created when you setup the system.
The grounding wire should have a cross sectional area greater than 2 mm2
(AWG 14). Create the grounding point as close to the XBT GC unit as possible,
and make the wire as short, as possible. When using a long grounding wire,
replace the thin wire with a thicker wire and place it in a duct.
If exclusive grounding is not possible, use a common grounding point (diagram
2). A grounding or equivalent should be used for the grounding point.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
NOTE: If the equipment does not function properly when grounded, disconnect the
ground wire from the FG terminal.
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Wiring Precautions
Presentation
To help prevent noise and interference problems, separate all control,
communication and power lines by placing them in a separate ducts:
If different wires must be placed in the same duct, separate them with an
earthed/grounded divider:
NOTE: If the lines cannot be separated, use shielded lines and create a ground from
the shield line.
Important:
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Use noise-reducing external wiring methods to increase overall system reliability.
To prevent power surges or electromagnetic interference, use ducts to separate
all DC I/O or current circuit wires from communication cables.
To help avoid electromagnetic interference, communication cables must be wired
separately from high-frequency lines and power lines such as high-voltage lines,
high-current lines and inverters.
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Installation Precautions
Presentation
External power cut-off or unexpected stop of the XBT GC unit may cause abnormal
behavior.
WARNING
UNINTENDED EQUIPMENT OPERATION
Configure circuits involved in personnel safety (emergency stop circuits, protection
circuits, interlock circuits, etc.) externally to the XBT GC.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
This section describes examples of the system circuit design to improve system
reliability and performance.
Control System Best Practices
In the design of a control system, consider any potential power-up delays for the
different components in the system. Create a program which checks the status of
the XBT GC unit.When remote I/O is used, create a program that checks the status
of the terminal with a logic program.
For example, connect voltage relay coils to the power supply circuit of the XBT GC
output unit and the power supply circuit of the connected control equipment, and
connect the contact to the XBT GC input unit. Configure the circuit to check the ON
signal from the voltage relay in the logic program before executing the ladder of the
control equipment connected to the XBT GC output unit.
Rated Voltage
Be sure to supply an appropriate power supply voltage to your XBT GC that is within
the specified range.
Power-down
XBT GC unit enters power-down status when an instantaneous power interruption
of the rated voltage continues for 10ms or longer.
When the XBT GC unit enters power-down status, it stops the calculation even if the
instruction is not finished.
For example, when the XBT GC unit enters power-down status while 100 words of
data are being transferred by an FMOV instruction, the transfer stops midway.
Consequently, design your program with consideration to power-down occurrences.
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Emergency Stop Circuit
Do not process emergency stop signals with a software program by inputting the
signal to the XBT GC.
Configure the emergency stop circuit externally to the XBT GC as shown in the
figure below:
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Interlock Circuit 1
To use the XBT GC or a PLC to control a motor circuit for forward/reverse rotation,
configure the interlock circuit shown below externally to the XBT GC.
NOTE: After executing an internal program, the XBT GC outputs ON/OFF
information to the output devices at the same time. For example, the
electromagnetic switches for forward and reverse rotation of a motor are turned on
and off at the same time. Consequently, a situation may arise in which both of the
main contacts of the motor circuits for the electromagnetic switches for forward and
reverse rotation may turn on, causing a short-circuit of the R and T phases. To avoid
this situation, you need to provide the interlock circuit shown above or use an
electromagnetic switch equipped with a mechanical interlock for a forward/reverse
circuit.
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Interlock Circuit 2
If there is a possibility that the abnormal operation of the XBT GC may lead to an
accident, design a fail-safe measure to configure an interlock circuit with external
hardware devices.
For a system which requires the running motor to stop before all other processes
when the travel limit switch is activated, never design a system in which the signals
from the travel limit switch are input to the input terminals of the XBT GC and then
processed using software.
Configure a circuit that reliably stops the running motor using hardware as shown
below:
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4.3
Telefast Cables
Telefast Cables
Presentation
This table shows the compatibility of Telefast modules and XBT GC units.
Telefast Module Description
XBT GC1000T Series
XBT GC2000T Series
Type
Channel
Reference
12 Inputs
16 Inputs
16 Outputs
Source
Passive Sub-bases
20
ABE 7B20MPN2•
X (1)
-
-
16
ABE 7E16EPN20
-
X
-
ABE 7E16SPN2•
-
Output adapter bases
Cable Reference
20
ABE 7B20MRM20
X
16
ABE 7E16SRM20
-
6 Outputs
Source
-
-
X
-
-
-
-
X
-
X
-
X
(2)
-
XBT ZGABE1
X
-
XBT ZGABE2
-
(1)
6 channels used for 8 available
(2)
6 channels used for 8 available with 2 transistor outputs and 4 relay outputs
NOTE: The Telefast cables and modules are not compatible with sink type XBT GC
units (U suffix).
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XBT ZGABE1 Cable
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DIO connector - Female 22 pins HE10 connector - Female 26 pins
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I0
B1
26
I1
A1
24
I2
B2
22
I3
A2
20
I4
B3
18
I5
A3
16
I6
B4
14
I7
A4
12
I8
B5
10
I9
A5
8
I10
B6
6
I11
A6
4
I com
B7
3 (0 V)
Q0
B9
25 (S0)
Q1
A9
23 (S1)
Q2
B10
21
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XBT GC1100T
ABE 7B20MPN20• (12I Source + 8O Passive source)
ABE 7B20MRM20 (12I Source + 6O Relay + 2O
Transistor)
DIO connector - Female 22 pins HE10 connector - Female 26 pins
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Q3
A10
19
Q4
B11
17
Q5
A11
15
+24V
B8
5 (+24V)
0V
A8
1 (0V)
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XBT ZGABE2 Cable
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ABE 7E16EPN20 (16I
Source - 16O Passive
source)
ABE 7E16SPN2• (16O
Passive source)
ABE 7E16SRM20 (16O
Relay)
DIO connector
Female - 38 pins
Input connector
Female HE10 - 20 pins
Output connector
Female HE10 - 20 pins
I0
B1
20
-
I1
A1
18
-
I2
B2
16
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ABE 7E16EPN20 (16I
Source - 16O Passive
source)
ABE 7E16SPN2• (16O
Passive source)
ABE 7E16SRM20 (16O
Relay)
DIO connector
Female - 38 pins
Input connector
Female HE10 - 20 pins
Output connector
Female HE10 - 20 pins
A2
14
-
I4
B3
12
-
I5
A3
10
-
I3
106
I6
B4
8
-
I7
A4
6
-
I8
B5
19
-
I9
A5
17
-
I10
B6
15
-
I11
A6
13
-
I12
B7
11
-
I13
A7
9
-
I14
B8
7
-
I15
A8
5
-
I com
B9
4 (0V)
-
Q0
B12
-
20
Q1
A12
-
18
Q2
B13
-
16
Q3
A13
-
14
Q4
B14
-
12
Q5
A14
-
10
Q6
B15
-
8
Q7
A15
-
6
Q8
B16
-
19
Q9
A16
-
17
Q10
B17
-
15
Q11
A17
-
13
Q12
B18
-
11
Q13
A18
-
9
Q14
B19
-
7
Q15
A19
-
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ABE 7E16EPN20 (16I
Source - 16O Passive
source)
ABE 7E16SPN2• (16O
Passive source)
ABE 7E16SRM20 (16O
Relay)
DIO connector
Female - 38 pins
Input connector
Female HE10 - 20 pins
Output connector
Female HE10 - 20 pins
+24V
A10
-
3 (+24V)
+24V
B10
-
4 (+24V)
0V
B11
-
1 (0V)
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4.4
USB Cable Clamp Attachment/Removal
Introduction
This clamp is used to prevent the USB cable connected to the USB Host Interface
on the bottom of the XBT GC unit from being unplugged due to vibration or other
causes.
Important: When the USB Host Interface is used in the hazardous locations
specified in UL1604, use the USB holder to secure the USB cable. The USB Host
Interface cannot be used unless the connectors attached to the XBT GC unit and
connected device are completely secured to prevent disconnection.
What's in this Section?
This section contains the following topics:
Topic
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XBT GC2000 Series: USB Cable Clamp
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XBT GC1000 Series: USB Cable Clamp
Attachment
Procedure:
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Step
Action
1
Before starting the procedure, orient the two tabs on both sides of the USB Holder
in the direction of the arrows in the figure and remove the USB Cover:
2
With the main unit display part positioned so that it is facing down, attach the USB
holder to the USB host interface. Do this by inserting the picks on the USB holder
itself into the attachment holes on the main unit. Insert the upper hook first:
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Step
Action
3
Insert the USB cable into the USB Host Interface:
4
Attach the USB cover to the USB host interface. Insert the USB cover into the tab
of the USB holder:
p
Important: Insert the USB cover in the orientation shown in the illustration above.
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XBT GC2000 Series: USB Cable Clamp
Attachment
Procedure:
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Step
Action
1
Before starting the procedure, pull out the USB cover from the USB holder by
holding the top and bottom of the USB holder and pressing down the tab on the
USB cover:
2
With the main unit display part positioned so that it is facing down, attach the USB
holder to the USB host interface. Insert the picks on the top of the USB holder into
the attachment holes on the main unit, then insert the holder into the USB host
interface so that the holder is secured in the main unit:
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Step
Action
3
Insert the USB cable into the USB Host Interface:
4
Attach the USB cover to the USB host interface. Hold the USB cover in the
orientation shown in the figure and insert it into the USB holder:
Important: Insert the USB cover in the orientation shown in the illustration above.
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Removal
Procedure:
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Step
Action
1
Pull out the USB cover from the USB holder by pressing down the tab on the USB
cover:
2
Insert the tip of a flat-blade screwdriver into the hole on the bottom of the USB
holder and raise the handle so that the USB holder detaches from the USB host
interface:
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5
Introduction
This chapter explains the precautions and inspection criteria that the XBT GC
requires.
What's in this Chapter?
This chapter contains the following topics:
Topic
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Cleaning the Display
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Periodic Check Points
117
Replacing the Installation Gasket
118
Replacing the Backlight
121
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Maintenance
Cleaning the Display
Recommandations
When the surface or frame of the display become dirty, soak a soft cloth in water
with a neutral detergent, wring the cloth tightly and wipe the display.
CAUTION
IMPROPER EQUIPMENT CARE
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Do not use paint thinner, organic solvents or a strong acid compound to clean
the unit.
Do not use hard or pointed objects to operate the touch-screen panel, since it
can damage the panel surface.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
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Periodic Check Points
Introduction
To keep your XBT GC unit in its best condition, please inspect the following points
periodically.
Operation Environment
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Is the operating temperature within the allowable range (0° C to 50° C)(32 to
122° F)?
Is the operating humidity within the specified range (10%RH to 90%RH, dry bulb
temperature of 39° C (102.2° F) or less)?
Is the operating atmosphere free of corrosive gasses?
When using the XBT GC unit inside a panel, the ambient environment refers to the
interior of the panel.
Electrical Specifications
Is the input voltage appropiate?
19.2...28.8 VDC
Related Items
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Are all power cords and cables connected properly? Have any become loose?
Are all mounting brackets holding the unit securely?
Are there many scratches or traces of dirt on the installation gasket?
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Replacing the Installation Gasket
Presentation
The installation gasket provides protection against dust and moisture.
Important:
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A gasket which has been used for a long period of time may have scratches or
dirt on it and could have lost much of its water resistance. Be sure to change the
gasket at least once a year, or when scratches or dirt become visible.
The XBT GC unit installation gasket’s model number is as follows.
Model
Reference
XBT GC1000 Series
XBT ZG51
XBT GC2000 Series
XBT ZG52
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Installation Gasket Attachment Procedure
Step
Description
1
Place the XBT GC on a flat, level surface facing the display face downwards.
2
Remove the gasket from the XBT GC.
3
Attach the new gasket to the XBT GC. Be sure to insert the gasket into the XBT GC’s groove so that the
gasket’s groove sides are vertical.
4
Check that the gasket is attached correctly to the XBT GC.
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CAUTION
WATER OR DUST DAMAGE
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The gasket must be inserted correctly into the groove for the XBT GC’s
moisture resistance to be equivalent to IP65.
Since the gasket is flexible but not elastic, be careful not to stretch it
unnecessarily, as doing so could tear the gasket.
Be sure the gasket’s seam is not inserted into any of the unit’s corners, only in
the straight sections of the groove. Inserting it into a corner may lead to its
eventually tearing.
To ensure stable resistance against dust and moisture, insert the gasket so that
the seam is at the bottom of the XBT GC unit.
The upper surface of the gasket should protrude approximately 2.0 mm (0.08 in)
out from the groove. Be sure to check that the gasket is correctly inserted before
installing the XBT GC into a panel.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage.
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Replacing the Backlight
Important Notice
The XBT GC’s backlight cannot be replaced by the user. When the backlight needs
to be replaced, please contact your local distributor.
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