7 STEPS TO SPECIFYING A DL205 SYSTEM
7 Steps to Specifying a DL205 System
PLC/PC
7 STEPS TO SPECIFYING A DL205 SYSTEM
7 steps to help specify
a successful system
Before you begin selecting products for
your DL205 PLC system, be sure to evaluate all of your application needs and any
future growth potential.
The following 7 steps will help you specify a DL205 PLC system. They are also
covered in more detail on the pages that follow. Your first priority when designing a
system should be safety. Please make sure that all of the components in your system
will operate within the product’s environmental and operating specifications. This
desk reference is intended to provide abbreviated product descriptions, benefits and
prices. It is not intended to be a substitute for the product manuals.
Review the DL205
family of products
The DL205 family offers a wide variety of
products. Please review the product
offering starting on page 369.
Select a CPU,
programming tool
and cable
The DL205 family offers four CPUs: the
D2-260, D2-250-1, D2-240 and D2230.The WinPLC, a Windows® CEbased CPU, is also covered in this step.
Please take the time to understand the
features and specifications of each CPU
model (i.e. built-in communications
ports protocols, instructions, etc.).
To program the DL205 CPUs, choose
between
the
Windows-based
DirectSOFT32 programming software
and PC cable or handheld programmer.
The WinPLC requires Entivity Studio or
Think & Do Live for programming.
CPU-slot slave base controllers are also
introduced in this step.
Determine if
additional
communications
ports are needed
If your application requires more than the
built-in CPU communications ports, then
select the H2-ECOM Ethernet
Communications Module or the D2DCM Serial Communications Module.
These modules add more ports for
networking or connection to an HMI, etc.
The H2-SERIO serial communications
module can be used with the WinPLC to
add more communications ports.
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7 Steps to Specifying a DL205 System
7 STEPS TO SPECIFYING A DL205 SYSTEM
Select the
discrete, analog
and specialty
I/O modules
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Since there are several different types of
I/O and speciality modules available for
the DL205 system, it is important to
review the module specifications in detail
when selecting them for your system.
The hardware specifications for the
modules are described at the end of this
DL205 section, starting with the
speciality modules and followed by the
discrete and analog I/O modules.
Choose an I/O
configuration
method
The DL205 offers several configurations
of I/O. Choose among local I/O, local
expansion I/O and remote I/O. A
DL205 system can be developed using a
combination of the configuration
arrangements. It is important to understand the octal addressing scheme and
I/O module placement restrictions that
are described in this step.
Check the
power budget
It is very important to verify that the
selected CPU and I/O modules will
operate within the base power budget.
Tables list the power supplied and
consumed by each DL205 device. This
step also describes base dimensions and
mounting requirements.
Place your order
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Local expa
DL205 Product Family
PLC/PC
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STEP 1: REVIEW THE DL205 PRODUCT FAMILY
CPUs
D2-260 – 30.4K words total memory
2 communications ports
16 built-in PID loops with auto-tuning
D2-250-1 – (Replaces D2-250)
14.8K words total memory
2 communications ports
4 built-in PID loops with auto-tuning
D2-240 – 3.8K total memory,
2 communications ports
D2-230 – 2.4K total memory
1 communications port
Windows CE CPUs
WinPLC (H2-WPLC*-**)
Programming tools
DirectSOFT32 Programming Software for
Windows (PC-PGMSW or PC-PGM-205)
Handheld Programmer (D2-HPP)
Bases
3-slot base (includes power supply)
110/220 VAC (D2-03B-1)
12/24 VDC (D2-03BDC1-1)
4-slot base (includes power supply)
110/220 VAC (D2-04B-1)
12/24 VDC (D2-04BDC1-1)
6-slot base (includes power supply)
110/220 VAC (D2-06B-1)
12/24 VDC (D2-06BDC1-1)
125 VDC (D2-06BDC2-1)
9-slot base (includes power supply)
110/220 VAC (D2-09B-1)
12/24 VDC (D2-09BDC1-1)
125 VDC (D2-09BDC2-1)
Local expansion
modules
(D2-250-1 or D2-260 using D2-0*B-1 or
D2-0*BDC*-1 only)
Base expansion module
(D2-EM)
Expansion base controller module
(D2-CM)
Expansion base cable (D2-EXCBL-1)
Discrete
input modules
DC input
8-pt. 12-24 VDC sink/source
(D2-08ND3)
16-pt. 24 VDC sink/source
(D2-16ND3)
32-pt. 24VDC sink/source
(D2-32ND3)
32-pt. 5-12VDC sink/source
(D2-32ND3-2)
Discrete input modules (continued)
AC input
8-pt. 110 VAC (D2-08NA-1)
16-pt. 110 VAC (D2-16NA)
8-pt. 220 VAC (D2-08NA-2)
Discrete
output modules
DC output
4-pt. 12-24 VDC sink (D2-04TD1)
8-pt. 12-24 VDC sink (D2-08TD1)
8-pt. 12-24 VDC source (D2-08TD2)
16-pt. 12-24 VDC sink (D2-16TD1-2)
16-pt. 12-24 VDC source (D2-16TD2-2)
32-pt. 12-24 VDC sink (D2-32TD1)
32-pt. 12-24 VDC source (D2-32TD2)
AC output
8-pt. 18-220 VAC (D2-08TA)
8-pt. 24-140 VAC (F2-08TA)
12-pt. 18-110 VAC (D2-12TA)
Relay output
4-pt. 4A/pt (Isolated) (D2-04TRS)
8-pt. 1A/pt (D2-08TR)
8-pt. 10A/pt. (F2-08TR)
8-pt. 7A/pt (Isolated) (F2-08TRS)
12-pt. 1.5A/pt (D2-12TR)
Combination
discrete modules
4-pt. 24 VDC in/4pt Relay Out (D2-08CDR)
Analog modules
Analog input
4-ch. in, 12 bit, current (F2-04AD-1)
4-ch. in, 12 bit, voltage (F2-04AD-2)
8-ch. in, 12 bit, current (F2-08AD-1)
8-ch. in, 12 bit, voltage (F2-08AD-2)
Analog output
2-ch. out, 12 bit, current (F2-02DA-1)
2-ch. out, 16 bit, current (Isolated)
(F2-02DAS-1)
2-ch. out, 12 bit, voltage (F2-02DA-2)
2 -ch. out, 16 bit, voltage (Isolated)
(F2-02DAS-2)
8-ch. out, 12 bit, current (F2-08DA-1)
8-ch. out, 12 bit, voltage (F2-08DA-2)
Combination analog in/out
4-ch. in/2-ch. out, 12 bit, current
(F2-4AD2DA-1)
Temperature input
4-ch. in, RTD (F2-04RTD)
4-ch. in, Thermocouple (F2-04THM)
Communications/
networking modules
Ethernet Communications Module
(H2-ECOM (-F))
Data Communications Module
(D2-DCM)
Remote I/O modules
Ethernet
Ethernet Remote Master Module
(H2-ERM(-F))
Ethernet Base Controller (slave)
(H2-EBC(-F))
Serial
Remote Master Module (D2-RMSM)
Remote Slave Module (D2-RSSS)
Specialty modules
Basic CoProcessor (F2-CP128)
8-pt Input Simulator (D2-08SIM)
Counter I/O (H2-CTRIO)
Counter Interface (D2-CTRINT)
CPU-slot
slave controllers
Ethernet Base Controller (H2-EBC)
DeviceNet Slave (F2-DEVNETS-1)
Profibus Slave (H2-PBC)
SDS Slave (F2-SDS)
Operator interface
See the Operator Interface section in this
desk reference for a complete line of compatible text and touch panels and configuration software.
Connection systems
See the Connection Systems section in this
desk reference for information on
DINnector terminal blocks, ZIPLink connection systems and other connection
accessories for use with the DL205 system.
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DL205 CPU Specifications
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STEP 2: SELECT THE CPU, PROGRAMMER AND CABLE
There are many things to consider when
choosing a CPU, most of which depend
on your particular application. The
facing page provides a comparison
between the CPUs. This section provides
a quick summary of the key features for
each CPU.
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System capacity
System capacity is the ability of the CPU
to accommodate a variety of applications. Consider both ladder memory and
data registers (V-memory). For ladder
memory, most boolean instructions
require one word. Some other instructions, such as timers, counters, etc.
require two or more words.
Our V-memory locations are 16-bit
words and are useful for data storage, etc.
If you think you may exceed 256 local
I/O points, then select the D2-250-1 or
the D2-260 CPU which support local
expansion of up to two or four additional
bases, respectively.
The D2-240, D2-250-1 and D2-260
support the Ethernet and standard
Remote Master module that are used to
build a remote I/O network. Port 2 on
the D2-250-1 and D2-260 can also serve
as a remote I/O master.
Performance
If you are using basic boolean instructions and speed is not the primary
concern, then the D2-230 or D2-240
will do the job. For applications that
require fast scan times, additional
communications or advanced instructions, choose the D2-250-1 or D2-260
CPU. The D2-260 is our fastest CPU for
performing even the most basic of math
or data instructions, and will provide
better overall performance than the other
DL205 CPUs.
Programming
and diagnostics
Our CPUs offer an incredible array of
instructions and diagnostic features that
can save you many hours of programming and debug time. From basic
boolean contact logic to PID and
floating point math, we have it covered!
The table on the next page covers some
of the basic instruction categories, but
for more details, see our complete list of
instructions at the end of this section. If
you already have DirectSOFT32 and/or
a Handheld Programmer, you may have
to upgrade the software/firmware to
accommodate the D2-260.
Built-in CPU
communications
Every DL205 CPU provides at least one
built-in RS232 communication port. If
you’re using an operator interface, then
you should choose the D2-240, D2-2501 or D2-260 CPU. The D2-240, D2250-1 and D2-260 CPUs offer two
built-in communication ports. The D2240 supports our DirectNET™ slave
protocol on the bottom port, which
provides a quick and easy network
connection to any DirectNET master. If
you need the most flexibility possible,
then consider the D2-250-1 or D2-260
CPU. These CPUs offer built-in
DirectNET slave support capability on
the top and bottom ports, and
DirectNet/MODBUS RTU master/slave
support on the bottom. The bottom port
supports baud rates up to 38.4K baud.
The D2-260 provides support for ASCII
IN/OUT communications.
If you require more than two ports, we
also offer an Ethernet Communications
Module that can be used to quickly add a
communication port to a DL205 system
with a D2-240, D2-250-1 or D2-260
CPU. The D2-DCM module can also be
added to these CPUs to provide an additional serial communications port.
The WinPLC brings PLC and PC
technologies together by providing a
Windows CE operating system environment for the DL205 hardware.
See the WinPLC pages later in this
section for details on the WinPLC.
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D2-250-1
D2-240
D2-230
DL205 CPU Specifications
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DL205 CPU SPECIFICATIONS
DL205 CPU Comparison
System Capacity
D2-230
D2-240
D2-250
D2-250-1
D2-260
Total memory available (words)
Ladder memory (words)
V-memory (words)
Battery backup
Total CPU memory I/O pts. available (actual I/O pts.
2.4K
2048 EEPROM
256
Yes
256
3.8K
2560 EEPROM
1024
Yes
896
14.8K
7680 Flash
7168
Yes
2048
14.8K
7680 Flash
7168
Yes
2048
30.4
15872 Flash
14592
Yes
8192 (1024 X + 1024 Y +
depend on I/O configuration method selected)
(320 X + 320 Y + 256 CR)
(512 X + 512 Y + 1024 CR)
(512 X + 512 Y + 1024 CR)
2048 CR + 2048 GX + 2048 GY)
Local I/O (pts.)
Local Expansion I/O (pts.)
256
none
256
none
256
none
Serial Remote I/O (pts.)
N/A
Remote I/O channels
I/O per remote channel
Ethernet Remote I/O
Discrete I/O pts.
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Analog I/O channels
Remote I/O channels
I/O per remote channel
N/A
N/A
N/A
896 max.
(Including local I/O)
2
2048 (limited to 896)
Yes
896 max.
(Including local I/O)
Map into V-memory
2048 max.
(Including local and exp.I/O)
8 (7+1 CPU port)
2048
Yes
2048 max.
(Including local and exp.I/O)
Map into V-memory
256
768 (2 exp. bases max)
(Including local I/O)
2048 max.
(Including local and exp.I/O)
8 (7+1 CPU port)
2048
Yes
2048 max.
(Including local and exp.I/O)
Map into V-memory
Limited by power budget
Limited by power budget
16,384 ( 16 fully expanded
Limited by power budget
16,384 (16 fully expanded
256
1280 (4 exp. bases max.)
(Including local I/O)
8192 max.
(Including local & exp. I/O)
8 (7+1 CPU port)
2048
Yes
8192
(Including local and exp.I/O)
Map into V-memory
Limited by power budget
H4-EBC slaves using V-memory
and bit-of-word instructions)
H4-EBC slaves using V-memory
and bit-of-word instructions)
16,384 (16 fully expanded
H4-EBC slaves using V-memory
and bit-of-word instructions)
0.61µs
1.9ms
0.61µs
1.9ms
16,384 (limited to 896)
Performance
3.3µs
4-6ms
1.4µs
10-12ms
0.61µs
2ms
Yes
Yes/256
Yes
Variable
113
256
64
64
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes/512
Yes
Variable
129
256
128
128
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Multi-level
No
Yes
Yes/1024
Yes
Variable
172
1024
256
128
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes, 4 Loops
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Multi-level
Yes
Yes
Yes/1024
Yes
Variable
174
1024
256
128
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes, 4 loops
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Multi-level
Yes
yes
Yes/1024
Yes
Variable
231
2048
256
256
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes, 16 loops
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Multi-level
Yes
Port 1 RS-232C
Port 1 RS-232C and
Port 2 RS-232C
Yes
Yes
No
No
19.2K port 2
Port 1 RS-232C and
Port 2 RS (232C/422)
Yes
Yes
Yes
OUT
38.4K port 2
Port 1 RS-232C and
Port 2 RS (232C/422)
Yes
Yes
Yes
OUT
38.4K port 2
Port 1 RS-232C and
Port 2 RS (232C/422/485)
Yes
Yes
Yes
IN/OUT
38.4K port 2
Programming and Diagnostics
RLL Ladder Style
RLLPLUS/Flowchart Style (Stages)
Run time editing
Variable/fixed scan
Instructions
Control relays
Timers
Counters
Immediate I/O
Subroutines
For/Next loops
Timed Interrupt
Integer Math
Floating-point Math
Trigonometric functions
Table Instructions
PID
Drum Sequencers
Bit of Word
ASCII Print
Real-time clock/calender
Internal diagnostics
Password security
System and user error log
Replaced by D2-250-1
Contact execution (boolean)
Typical scan (1K boolean)
Communications
Built-in ports
K-sequence (proprietary protocol)
DirectNET™
MODBUS RTU master/slave
ASCII communications
Maximum baud rate
Yes
No
No
No
9600
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D2-260 KEY FEATURES
Easily connect programming devices or HMI to CPU ports
D2-260 can serve as network master
DL260 CPU
D2-260
0
MODBUS® RTU or DirectNET™ network protocol
Use port 2 on D2-260 or
D2-250-1 to network slaves
Connect operator interfaces to port 1 on the slaves
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D2-260: Our most
powerful DL205 CPU
Our new D2-260 CPU provides all the
capabilities of the other DL205 CPUs (as
well as our D4-450 CPU), plus several
additional features rarely found in a PLC
of this size. With such an incredible array
of features, you may be able to replace
PLCs costing hundreds (or thousands)
more.
4.0
or
higher
of
Release
DirectSOFT32™ is required to program
the D2-260. If you’re using a handheld
programmer, version 2.10 of the handheld programmer firmware will is
required. Here are a few key features
about the D2-260 CPU:
Local expansion I/O
The D2-260 supports local expansion up
to five total bases (one CPU base and four
expansion bases). Expansion bases are
commonly used when there are not
enough slots available in the CPU base,
when the base power budget will be
exceeded or when placing an I/O base at a
location away from the CPU base, but
within the expansion cable limits, if
desired. All local and expansion I/O points
are updated on every CPU scan. Each
local expansion base requires the D2CM module in the CPU slot. The local
CPU base requires the D2-EM
Expansion Module, as well as each
expansion base. For more information on
local expansion, refer to the Expansion
Modules pages later in this section.
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Use D2-DCM module if D2-240
is slave or if D2-250-1/D2-260
port 2 is occupied
Powerful built-in
CPU communications
16 PID loops
with auto-tuning
The D2-260 offers two communications
ports that provide a vast array of
communication possibilities. The top
RJ-12 RS-232C port can be used for
programming, connection to an
EZText/EZTouch or DV-1000 operator
interface panel, or as a K-sequence or
DirectNET slave. The 15-pin bottom
port (port 2) supports RS232C or
RS422/RS485. This port offers several
different protocol options such as:
The D2-260 CPU can process up to 16
PID loops directly in the CPU. You can
select from various control modes
including automatic, manual, and
cascade control. There are also a wide
variety of alarms including Process
Variable, Rate of Change, and Deviation.
The loop operation parameters (Process
Variable, Setpoint, Setpoint Limits, etc.)
are stored in V-memory, which allows
easy access from operator interfaces or
HMIs. Setup is accomplished with easyto-use setup menus and monitoring
views in DirectSOFT32 programming.
The auto-tuning feature is easy to use
and can reduce setup and maintenance
time. Basically, the CPU uses the autotuning feature to automatically determine near optimum loop settings. See
the D2-250-1 CPU section for a PID
loop control block diagram.
• K-sequence
• DirectNET Master/Slave
• MODBUS RTU Master/Slave
• ASCII In/Out Communications
Port 2 can also serve as a remote I/O
master. The D2-260 supports the
Ethernet Communication module and
Data Communication Module for additional communications ports.
D2-260 local expansion system
Note: All bases in the system must be (-1) bases.
D2-EXCBL-1
(Category
5
straight-through
cable with RJ45
connectors)
D2-EM
D2-260
D2-CM
D2-EM
D2-EM
D2-CM
The D2-260 offers:
• Up to 4 expansion bases
• Up to 1024 inputs and 1024 outputs
• Up to 30m (98ft.) total expansion system cable
DL205 CPU Specifications
PLC/PC
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D2-260 KEY FEATURES
Full array of
instructions
CPU Status Indicators
RUN . . . . . . . ON
. . . . . . . . OFF
BATT . . . . . . . ON
The right instruction can greatly
simplify your programming task and can
save hours of programming time.
The D2-260 supports over 225 powerful
instructions, such as:
• Four types of drum sequencers
• Leading / trailing edge triggered oneshots
• Bit of word manipulation
• Floating point conversions
• Trigonometric functions
• Table instructions
• ASCII IN/OUT instructions
For a complete list of instructions
supported by all DL205 CPUs, see the
end of this section.
New MODBUS RTU
instructions
The D2-260 CPU supports new easy-touse MODBUS Read/Write instructions
that expand our existing MODBUS
network instruction capabilities. The
MRX or MWX instructions allow you
to enter native Modbus addressing in
your ladder program with no need to
perform octal to decimal conversion. We
added Function codes 05, 06 and the
ability to read Slave Exception Codes.
These flexible instructions allow the user
to select the following parameters within
one instruction window:
• 584/984 or 484 MODBUS data type
• Slave node (0-247)
• Function code
• MODBUS starting master / slave memory
address
• Number of bits
• Exception code starting address
Examples of MRX and MWX
instructions in DirectSOFT 4.0
. . . . . . . . OFF
CPU . . . . . . . ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
. . . . . . . . OFF
PWR . . . . . . . ON
. . . . . . . . OFF
Port1 Pinouts
Pin
Signal Definition
1
0V
2
5V
3
RS232C Data in
4
RS232C Data out
5
5V
6
0V
CPU is in RUN mode
CPU is in PROGRAM mode
Battery backup voltage
is low
Battery backup voltage is
OK or disabled
CPU internal diagnostics
has detected an error
CPU is OK
CPU power good
CPU power failure
Mode Switch
RUN. . . . . . . .
TERM. . . . . . .
STOP . . . . . . .
CPU into RUN Mode
Allows peripherals (HPP, DirectSOFT32)
to select the mode of operation
Forces CPU out of RUN mode
Port 1
Port 2 Pinouts
Pin Signal Definition
6
11
1
15
5
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
5VDC
TXD2 (RS232C)
RXD2 (RS232C)
RTS2 (RS232C)
CTS2 (RS232C)
RXD2- (RS422/485))
0VDC
0VDC
TXD2+ (RS422/485)
TXD2- (RS422/485)
RTS2+ (RS422/485)
RTS2- (RS422/485)
RXD2+ (RS422/485)
CTS2+ (RS422/485)
CTS2- (RS422/485)
Protocols
Devices
Specs.
K-sequence slave, DirectNET™ slave
Can connect w/HPP, DirectSOFT32,
EZText/EZTouch, DV-1000, O/I panels,
or any DirectNET master
6P6C phone jack connector RS232C
9,600 baud
Odd parity only
8 data bits one start, one stop
asynchronous, half-duplex, DTE
Port 2
Protocols
Devices
Specs.
K-sequence slave, DirectNET
Master/Slave, MODBUS RTU
Master/Slave, ASCII IN/OUT,
Remote I/O Master
Can connect w/many devices, such as
PCs running DirectSOFT32, DSData,
HMI packages, EZText/EZTouch panels,
DV-1000, other O/I panels, any
DirectNET or MODBUS RTU master or
slave, or ASCII devices
HD15 connector
RS232C/RS422/485
300/1200/4800/9600
19.2K/38.4K baud
Odd, even, or no parity
Selectable address
(1-90, HEX 1 – 5A)
8 data bits, one start, one stop
Asynchronous,
Half-duplex, DTE
Battery (Optional)
D2-BAT-1
DN-15TB
ZIPLink
communications
adapter modules
ZIPLink cables and communications
adapter modules offer fast and convenient screw terminal connections for the
D2-260 bottom port. They are
RS232/422 DIP switch selectable. See
the Connection Systems section in this
desk reference for part numbers and
descriptions.
Coin type, 3.0V Lithium battery,
560mA, battery number CR2354
Note: Batteries are not needed for program
backup. However, you should order a battery if you have
parameters in V-memory that must be maintained in case of a
power outage.
On-board memory
The D2-260 has 15.5K words of flash
memory on board for your program plus
14.2K words of data registers. With flash
memory, you don’t have to worry about
losing the program due to a bad battery.
Built-in remote
I/O connection
The bottom port on the D2-260 can be
used as a master for serial remote I/O
networks. (See the D2-RSSS later in this
section for details.
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D2-260 KEY FEATURES
New ASCII
communications
instructions
The D2-260 CPU supports several new
easy-to-use instructions that allow ASCII
strings to be read into and written from
the PLC communications ports.
Raw ASCII: Port 2 can be used for either
reading or writing raw ASCII strings,
but not for both.
Embedded ASCII: The D2-260 can
decipher ASCII embedded within a
supported protocol (K-Sequence,
DirectNet, Modbus, Ethernet) via the
CPU ports, H2-ECOM or D2-DCM.
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Here's how the D2-260 can
receive ASCII input strings:
1. ASCII IN (AIN) - This instruction
configures port 2 for raw ASCII input
strings with parameters such as fixed
and variable length ASCII strings,
termination characters, byte swapping
options, and instruction control bits.
Use barcode scanners, weight scales,
etc. to write raw ASCII input strings
into port 2 based on the (AIN)
instruction’s parameters.
2. Write embedded ASCII strings
directly to V-memory from an
external HMI or similar master
device via a supported communications protocol using the CPU ports,
H2-ECOM or D2-DCM. The AIN
instruction is not used in this case.
3. If a D2-260 PLC is a master on a
network, the Network Read instruction (RX) can be used to read
embedded ASCII data from a slave
device via a supported communications protocol using port 2, H2ECOM or D2-DCM. The RX
instruction places the data directly
into V-memory.
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Here's how the D2-260 can
write ASCII output strings:
1. Print from V-memory (PRINTV) Use this instruction to write raw
ASCII strings out of port 2 to a
display panel or a serial printer, etc.
The instruction features the starting
V-memory address, string length, byte
swapping options, etc. When the
instruction's permissive bit is enabled,
the string is written to port 2.
2. Print to V-memory (VPRINT) - Use
this instruction to create pre-coded
ASCII strings in the PLC (i.e. alarm
messages). When the instruction's
permissive bit is enabled, the message
is loaded into a pre-defined Vmemory address location. Then the
(PRINTV) instruction may be used
to write the pre-coded ASCII string
out of port 2. American, European
and Asian Time/Date stamps are
supported.
3. Print Message (PRINT) - This
existing instruction can be used to
create pre-coded ASCII strings in the
PLC. When the instruction's permissive bit is enabled, the string is written
to port 2. The VPRINT/PRINTV
instruction combination is more
powerful and flexible than the PRINT
instruction.
4. If a D2-260 PLC is a master on a
network, the Network Write instruction (WX) can be used to write
embedded ASCII data to an HMI or
slave device directly from V-memory
via a supported communications
protocol using port 2, H2-ECOM or
D2-DCM.
Additional new instructions
that help manage the ASCII
strings
The following instructions can be very
helpful in managing the ASCII strings
within the CPU’s V-memory:
ASCII Find (AFIND) - Finds where a
specific portion of the ASCII string is
located in continuous V-memory
addresses. Forward and reverse searches
are supported.
ASCII Extract (AEX) - Extracts a
specific portion (usually some data
value) from the ASCII find location or
other known ASCII data location.
Compare V-memory (CMPV) - This
instruction is used to compare two
blocks of V-memory addresses and is
usually used to detect a change in an
ASCII string. Compared data types must
be of the same format (i.e. BCD, ASCII,
etc.).
Swap Bytes (SWAPB) - usually used to
swap V-memory bytes on ASCII data
that was written directly to V-memory
from an external HMI or similar master
device via a communications protocol.
The AIN and AEX instructions have a
built-in byte swap feature.
Examples of AIN and VPRINT
instructions in DirectSOFT 4.0
DL205 CPU Specifications
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D2-250-1 KEY FEATURES
Easily connect programming devices or HMI to CPU ports
D2-250-1 can serve as network master
DL250-1 CPU
D2-250-1
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MODBUS® RTU or DirectNET™ protocol
Use port 2 on D2-260 or
D2-250-1 to network slaves
Connect operator interfaces to port 1 on the slaves
D2-250-1 replaces
D2-250
Our new D2-250-1 CPU replaces the
D2-250 CPU. The D2-250-1 offers all
the features and functionality of the D2250 with the addition of local I/O
expansion capability. The D2-250-1
offers an incredible array of features for a
CPU that costs so little.
Release 2.1 or higher of DirectSOFT™ is
required to program the D2-250-1.
Release 4.0 is required if you intend to
use local expansion I/O. If you’re using a
handheld programmer, version 2.10 of
the handheld programmer firmware is
required. Following are a few key
features of the D2-250-1 CPU:
Local expansion I/O
The D2-250-1 supports local expansion
up to three total bases (one CPU base and
two expansion bases). Expansion bases are
commonly used when there are not
enough slots available in the CPU base,
when the base power budget will be
exceeded or when placing an I/O base at a
location away from the CPU base, but
within the expansion cable limits. All local
and expansion I/O points are updated on
every CPU scan. Each local expansion
base requires the D2-CM module in the
CPU slot. The local CPU base requires
the D2-EM Expansion Module, as well
as each expansion base. For more information on local expansion, refer to the
Expansion Modules pages later in this
section.
Powerful built-in
CPU communications
Four PID
loops with
auto-tuning
The D2-250-1 offers two communication ports that provide a vast array of
communication possibilities. The top
RS232C port is for programming,
connection to an EZText/EZTouch
operator interface panel or DV-1000, or
to serve as a DirectNET slave. The 15pin bottom port (port 2) supports
RS232C or RS422. This port offers
several different protocol options such
as:
• K-sequence
• DirectNET master/slave
• MODBUS RTU master/slave
Port 2 can also serve as a remote I/O
master. The D2-250 supports the
Ethernet Communication Module and
Data Communication Module for additional communications ports.
D2-250-1 local expansion system
Note: All bases in the system must be (-1) bases.
D2-CM
Use D2-DCM module if D2-240
is slave or if D2-250-1/D2-260
port 2 is occupied
The D2-250-1 CPU can process up to 4
PID loops directly in the CPU. You can
select from various control modes
including automatic, manual, and
cascade control. There are a wide variety
of alarms including Process Variable,
Rate of Change, and Deviation. The
loop operation parameters (Process
Variable, Setpoint, Setpoint Limits, etc.)
are stored in V-memory, which allows
easy access from operator interfaces or
HMIs. Setup is accomplished with easyto-use setup menus and monitoring
views in DirectSOFT32 programming.
The auto tuning feature is easy to use
and can reduce setup and maintenance
time. Basically, the CPU uses the autotuning feature to automatically determine near optimum loop settings. See
the next page for a PID loop control
block diagram.
The D2-250-1 offers:
• up to 2 expansion bases
• up to 768 physical I/O points
D2-EM
• up to 30m (98ft.) total expansion system cable
D2-EM
D2-CM
D2-EM
D2-250-1
CPU
D2-EXCBL-1 (Category 5
straight-through cable with
RJ45 connectors)
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D2-250-1 KEY FEATURES
CPU Status Indicators
Full array of
instructions
RUN . . . . . . . ON
. . . . . . . . OFF
BATT . . . . . . . ON
The D2-250-1 supports over 160
powerful instructions, such as:
. . . . . . . . OFF
• Four types of drum sequencers
• Leading and trailing edge triggered oneshots
• Bit of word manipulation
• Floating point conversions
• 4 PID loops
For a complete list of instructions
supported by all DL205 CPUs, see the
end of this section.
CPU . . . . . . . ON
. . . . . . . . OFF
PWR . . . . . . . ON
. . . . . . . . OFF
1
2
3
4
5
6
Mode Switch
RUN. . . . . . . .
TERM. . . . . . .
P ort 1 P inouts
Pi n
S igna l D e finition
1
2
3
4
5
6
0V
5V
R S 232C D a ta in
R S 232C D a ta out
5V
0V
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CPU into Run Mode
Allows peripherals (HPP, DirectSOFT32)
to select the mode of operation
Forces CPU out of RUN mode
STOP . . . . . . .
Port 1
K-sequence slave, DirectNET™ slave
Can connect w/HPP, DirectSOFT32,
EZText/EZTouch, DV-1000, Oper. Inter.
Panels, or any DirectNET master
6P6C phone jack connector RS232C
9,600 Baud
Odd parity only
8 data bits one start, one stop
Asynchronous, Half-duplex, DTE
Protocols
Devices
On-board memory
The D2-250-1 has 7.6K words of flash
memory on board for your program plus
7.1K words of V-memory (data registers).
With flash memory, you don’t have to
worry about losing the program due to a
bad battery. If you have critical data
stored in the capacitor backed Vmemory, simply purchase the optional
lithium battery (D2-BAT-1) to permanently maintain these parameters.
CPU is in RUN mode
CPU is in Program mode
Battery backup voltage
is low
Battery backup voltage is
OK or disabled
CPU internal diagnostics
has detected an error
CPU is OK
CPU power good
CPU power failure
Port 2 Pinouts
Pin
Signal Definition
6
1
11
15
5
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Specs.
5VDC
TXD2 (RS232C)
RXD2 (RS232C)
RTS2 (RS232C)
CTS2 (RS232C)
RXD2- (RS422)
0VDC
0VDC
TXD2+ (RS422)
TXD2- (RS422)
RTS2+ (RS422)
RTS2- (RS422)
RXD2+ (RS422)
CTS2+ (RS422)
CTS2- (RS422)
Port 2
K-sequence slave, DirectNET
Master/Slave, MODBUS RTU
Master/Slave, Remote I/O
Can connect w/many devices, such as
PCs running DirectSOFT32, DSData,
HMI packages, EZText/EZTouch, DV1000, Oper. Inter. Panels, or any
DirectNET or MODBUS RTU
master or slave.
HD15 connector
RS232C/RS422
300/1200/4800/9600
19.2K/38.4K Baud
Odd, even, or no parity
Selectable address
(1-90, HEX 1 – 5A)
8 data bits, one start, one stop
Asynchronous,
Half-duplex, DTE
Protocols
Devices
Specs.
Built-in remote
I/O connection
In addition to providing outstanding
communications capabilities, the bottom
port on the D2-250-1 can also be a
master for remote I/O networks. If you
need extra I/O at a remote distance from
the CPU, you can use this port to add up
to seven of our remote slave stations.
(See the D2-RSSS for additional information. later in this section).
Battery (Optional)
D2-BAT-1
Coin type, 3.0V Lithium battery,
560mA, battery number CR2354
Note: Batteries are not needed for program backup.
However, you should order a battery if you have parameters in
V-memory that must be maintained in case of a power
outage.
DN-15TB
ZIPLink
communications
adapter modules
ZIPLink cables and communications
adapter modules offer fast and convenient screw terminal connections for the
D2-250-1 lower port. They are
RS232/422 DIP switch selectable. See
the Connection Systems section in this
desk reference for part numbers and
descriptions.
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EZText/EZTouch,
DV–1000, or other
OI Units
DL205 analog output or
discrete output module
Setpoint
Value
Control
Equation
Control
Output
Control
Element
Proces s
(heater , etc.)
(valve, etc.)
DL205 Analog or
Temperature
Input Modules
PID loop control block diagram
Proces s
Variable
Input
Proces s
Variable
Sensor
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D2-230/240 KEY FEATURES
DL240 CPU
D2-240
D2-240: our best
value DL205 CPU
The D2-240 provides a subset of the D2250-1’s capabilities. If you need a good
CPU, with multiple communications
ports, and complex math or PID isn’t
required, then the D2-240 is the CPU
for you!
Built-in memory
There is 2.5K of EEPROM program
memory in the D2-240. No additional
memory is required.
If you have critical data stored in the
capacitor backed V-memory, simply
purchase the optional lithium battery
(D2-BAT) to permanently maintain
these parameters as well.
programmer, EZTouch/EZText panels,
or to the DV-1000. The bottom port is a
slave-only port and supports our
DirectNET™ or K-sequence protocol at
speeds up to 19.2K baud. If you’re using
an operator interface or if you plan on
connecting the system to a network later
on, then you can choose the D2-240.
The D2-240 also supports the D2-DCM
Data Communication Module and the
H2-ECOM Ethernet Communication
Modules.
DL205 spare
EEPROM chips
There may be cases where you want to
have a spare EEPROM chip available.
For example, maybe you need to upgrade
a customer’s machine with your latest
enhancements. You can purchase extra
EEPROM chips (two per pack). These
can be installed in the CPU (D2230/D2-240 only) and programmed, or
they can be programmed directly with
the DL205 handheld programmer.
CPU Side View
Write Protect
Jumper
E E PROM
Powerful instructions
The D2-240 instructions cover most of
the capability of our more powerful D2250-1 and allow you to cover a wide
variety of applications. Instructions
include boolean logic, data manipulation, integer math, interrupts, subroutines, FOR/NEXT loops, etc. For a
complete list of instructions, see the back
of this section.
Two built-in RS232C
communications ports
The D2-240 offers two communication
ports. The top port can be used for a
direct connection to a personal computer
for programming, to our handheld
EEPROM location
D2-EE-1
CPU
D2-230
CPU Program
2.0K
Storage Capacity
Writing Cycle
Life
Write Inhibit
Memory Clear
Method
D2-EE-2
D2-240
2.4K
10,000
10,000
CPU jumper
CPU jumper
Electrical
Electrical
DL230 CPU
D2-230
D2-230: our lowest
price DL205 CPU
The D2-230 is our most economical
CPU in the DL205 product family. If
you are looking at the DL205 primarily
because of the size or for other reasons
that don’t require lots of CPU horsepower, then give the D2-230 a try.
Built-in
EEPROM memory
There is 2.0K of EEPROM program
memory in the D2-230. No additional
memory is required.
If you have critical data stored in the
capacitor backed V-memory, simply
purchase the optional lithium battery
(D2-BAT) to permanently maintain
these parameters as well.
One built-in
communications port
The D2-230 has only one communication port. If you are considering any
network connections in the future, you
will need the D2-240, D2-250-1 or D2260 CPU. The extra port may be worth
the cost, especially during machine
startup or troubleshooting sessions. The
D2-230 does not support the Ethernet
or Data Communications modules.
Basic instruction set
The D2-230 provides a subset of the D2240’s well-rounded instructions. The
D2-230’s instructions cover basic
boolean and simple integer math.
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D2-230/240 KEY FEATURES
The diagram to the right shows the
various hardware features found on the
D2-230 and D2-240 CPUs.
LED indicators
PWR
BATT
RUN
CPU
DL230
RUN
BATT
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
CPU
ON
PWR
OFF
ON
OFF
Analog adjustments
CPU
CPU Status Indicators
Protocol
Devices
K-sequence slave
Can connect w/HPP, DirectSOFT32™,
EZText/EZTouch, DV-1000,
Specs
6P6C phone jack connector
RS232C, 9600 baud
Odd parity
Fixed station address (1)
8 data bits, one stop bit
Asynchronous, half-duplex, DTE
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TERM
CH2
CH3
CH4
RS232C
communication port
DirectSOFT32
DirectNET
Operator interface
PORT2
P ort 1 P inouts
Pi n
S ignal Definition
P ort 2 P inouts
Pi n
S ignal Definition
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
0V
5V
R S 232C Data in
R S 232C Data out
5V
0V
1
2
3
4
5
6
0V
5V
R S 232C Data in
R S 232C Data out
R eques t to S end
0V
Phone jack
connector
CPU side view
PWR
BATT
Port 2 (D2-240 only)
RUN
CPU
DL240
CPU
K-sequence slave, DirectNET slave
Can connect many devices, DirectSOFT32,
DSData, HMI packages, DirectTouch, DV1000, EZTouch/EZText Panels, or any
DirectNET master
6P6C phone jack connector
300/1200/9600/19.2K baud
Odd parity or no parity
Selectable address (1-90, HEX 1-5A)
8 data bits, one start, one stop bit
Asynchronous, half-duplex, DTE
RUN
PORT 1
Optional battery
Specs
CPU
PORT 1
Port 1
ProtocoI
Devices
DL240
RS232C
communication port
DirectSOFT32
Operator interface
Mode Switch (D2-240 only)
Forces CPU into RUN Mode
Allows peripherals (HPP, DirectSOFT32) to
select the mode of operation
RUN
CPU
CH1
CPU is in RUN mode
CPU is in PROGRAM mode
Battery backup voltage is low
Battery backup voltage is OK or
disabled
CPU internal diagnostics has
detected an error
CPU is OK
CPU power good
CPU power failure
RUN
TERM
PWR
BATT
Mode switch
RUN
TERM
Turn clockwise to
increase value
CH1
CH2
Analog
Potentiometers
CH3
CH4
CH1
CH2
EE PROM
PORT 1
PORT2
Battery (optional)
D2-BAT
Battery is not needed for program backup. However,
you should order a battery if you have parameters
in V-memory that must be maintained in case of a
power outage.
Four external
potentiometers
for adjustments
There are four potentiometers on the
face plate of the D2-240 CPU. They
have a resolution of 256 steps and can be
used to externally adjust four predefined
V-memory locations inside the D2-240
CPU. You specify upper and lower limits
for the values and the CPU takes care of
the rest!
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DL205 PROGRAMMING TOOLS AND CABLES
Selecting a
programming device
There are two tools for programming the
DL205 CPUs: DirectSOFT32 PC based
programming software and the D2-HPP
handheld programmer.
DirectSOFT32
programming software
Our powerful Windows-based programming packages make it easy for you to
program and monitor your DL205 PLC
system. The two versions of the software
that support the DL205 CPUs are
described in the table below. See the
Software section in this desk reference for
detailed information on DirectSOFT32.
DirectSoft32
Part Number
Description
PC-PGM-205
Programs only the DL205 CPUs
D2-230/240/250-1/260
PC-PGMSW
Programs all PLC families
DL05/06/105/205/305/405
Note: The D2-260 requires DirectSOFT32 version 4.0 or later
DL205 programming cables
Choose the proper cable to connect the
DL205 CPU to your PC running
DirectSOFT32.
CPU
D2-230
D2-240
D2-250-1
D2-260
Port
Pin labeling conforms to IBM DTE and DCE standards
D2--DSCB L
Pers onal Computer
2
3
5
1
4
6
7
8
R S 232C
R XD
TXD
GND
DCD
DTR
DSR
RTS
CTS
D2-230/240/250(-1)/260
CPU Ports
4 TXD
3 R XD
1 GND
1 2 3 4 5 6
6-pin Phone Plug
(6P6C)
9-pin D--Connector (female)
Cable
Only one
D2-DSCBL
Top port
D2-DSCBL
Bottom port
D2-DSCBL
Top port
D2-DSCBL
Bottom port
D2-DSCBL-1
Top port
D2-DSCBL
Bottom port
D2-DSCBL-1
D2--DSCB L --1
Personal Computer
R S 232C
2
3
5
1
4
6
7
8
R XD
TXD
GND
DCD
DTR
DSR
RTS
CTS
2
3
7
4
5
TXD
R XD
GND
RTS
CTS
15-pin HD--connector (male)
9-pin D--Connector (female)
Handheld programmer
cable included
(DV-1000CBL)
Handheld programmer
The D2-HPP handheld programmer
connects to an RJ12 phonejack port on
any of the DL205 CPUs. The handheld
unit contains a zero force insertion
socket that can be used to store programs
on an optional EEPROM.
D2-250(-1)/260
(bottom port)
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DL205 WINPLC: WINDOWS® CE-BASED CPU
Specifications
DL205 WinPLC
H2-WPLC1-LV
H2-WPLC1-SD
H2-WPLC2-LV
H2-WPLC2-SD
H2-WPLC1-SD H2-WPLC2-SD H2-WPLC1-LV H2-WPLC2-LV
Processor
Processor Speed
Pre-loaded Software
Memory
Indicators
Local I/O Points
Ethernet Remote I/O pts.
Hitachi SH3 Series 7708 Processor
40 Mhz
100 Mhz
40 Mhz
Entivity Studio
100 Mhz
Think & Do Live
4MB FLASH EE ROM, 2MB RAM, 64kB battery-backed RAM10Mbps
Power, Link/Act, Run, Error
256 ( 224 if using H2-ERM in module slot for Ethernet remote I/O)
256 (using H2-ERM master in local WinPLC base and H*-EBC or T1H-EBC remote slave
Port 0
Port 1
I/O Interface
Power Consumption
Weight
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Agency Listings
RJ12, 6-pin modular, serial port, supports K-sequence,
or any protocol from Windows CE
RJ45, 8-pin modular, Ethernet 10MBPS
Backplane to DL205 (Up to 9-Slot base), expandable with H2-ERM
680 mA at 5VDC
6 oz.
0–60°C
-20-70°C
UL Listing
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*H2-WPLC2-** is not included in the PC-WPLC-START starter kit.
PC control
with a WinPLC
The WinPLC provides a Windows® CE
operating system environment in our
DL205 CPU hardware. The small size
and low cost of DL205 products is desirable, but the operating systems of the D2230, 240, 250-1 and 260 CPUs are
proprietary (like most PLCs). The
WinPLC provides a hybrid PC PLC solution that brings the best of the PLC and
PC control worlds together. A WinPLC
system is the best solution if your applications requires:
• Complex math
• Heavy serial communications (can use the
H2-SERIO module)
• Advanced data manipulation
• Advanced handling of string or array data
• Up to 64 PID loops
Here’s how it works
The WinPLC module is plugged into the
CPU slot of the DL205 base. It uses
Windows® CE, a real-time operating
system combined with the advantages of
open standard software such as OPC,
ActiveX and other Microsoft communications tools. The WinPLC offers both
deterministic control and open communications. It uses advanced software
development tools for control, data
management, communication and integration with business systems. The
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WinPLC supports the following DL205
modules only:
• All discrete and analog modules
• Temperature input modules
• H2-SERIO serial communications module
• H2-ERM module for Ethernet remote I/O
(limited to one ERM and one EBC slave
per system)
• H2-CTRIO Counter I/O module
DL205 specialty modules not listed above
are not supported by the WinPLC.
Built-in Ethernet port
The WinPLC is programmed via a builtin 10MB Ethernet port. WinPLCs can
use OPC or DDE to link to an HMI or
other application using this high-speed
port. Or, share tags with any controller
running Entivity software for coordinated
control with a PC system. The built-in
Ethernet port can also be used for peerto-peer
communications
between
multiple WinPLCs.
Built-in serial port
A built-in RS-232C serial port lets you
connect an EZTouch, EZText or other
operator interfaces to the WinPLC. You
can also connect to devices such as
barcode readers, weight scales or serial
modems to the serial port. Unlike most
RLL programming, the Entivity
programming method is designed for easy
communication programming and string
manipulation.
Up to nine additional serial ports can be
added to a WinPLC system by using the
H2-SERIO
serial
communication
module. See “Additional Serial Ports for
the WinPLC” later in this section for
more information on the H2-SERIO
module.
Programming the WinPLC
To create flowcharts (projects) for the
WinPLC, you’ll need one of the following
development packages running on a
desktop PC equipped with an Ethernet
card: Think & Do Live (PC-ENT-LIVE)
or Entivity Studio (PC-ENT-SDD). Since
each WinPLC includes its own run-time
license, you can program as many
WinPLCs as you need, at no additional
cost. When you build (compile) your
project, the PC will automatically download the flowcharts into the WinPLC.
Then at runtime (or at powerup), the
WinPLC will run the flowchart program.
CE-only version WinPLC
This version of the WinPLC is not
preconfigured with any control software.
It’s for qualified OEMs or software developers who want to develop their control
code in VB or C++.
DL205 Slave Controllers
PLC/PC
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DL205 CPU-SLOT SLAVE CONTROLLERS
Overview
There are currently four slave “base
controllers” or “slave I/O controllers”
available for the DL205 hardware. This
allows you to use industry proven DL205
I/O for general purpose distributed applications.
The controller modules are plugged into
the CPU slot of any size DL205 base.
The slave controllers must be connected
to a network master controller module or
to a PC running PC-based control, HMI
or SCADA software.
H2-EBC
Ethernet Base Controller Module
Ethernet Slaves
H2-EBC slave
See page 403
PC-based control
software master
or PLC Ethernet
remote I/O
H2-PBC
Profibus slave nodes
Profibus DP Slave
Base Controller Module
H2-PBC slave
DeviceNet Slave Module
T1H-EBC slave
PLC or PC-based Profibus master
H2-PBC slave
....
See page 404
F2-DEVNETS-1
H4-EBC slave
DeviceNet slave nodes
F2-DEVNETS-1 slave
PLC or PC-based DeviceNet master
F2-DEVNETS-1 slave
See page 406
....
F2-SDS-1
Smart Distributed System I/O
SDS Slave I/O
F2-SDS slave
PLC or PC-based SDS master
F2-SDS slave
See page 408
....
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STEP 3: ADDITIONAL COMMUNICATIONS PORTS NEEDED?
Do you need communications ports in
addition to the built-in CPU communications ports to connect to an operator
interface or HMI? Would you like to
connect to a network of other
AutomationDirect products, or a
MODBUS RTU or Ethernet network? If
so, then choose between the H2-ECOM
Ethernet communications module or the
D2-DCM serial data communications
module. Both modules’ specifications
and communications details are covered
later in this section.
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Ethernet networking
with the H2-ECOM
The D2-260, D2-250-1 and D2-240
CPUs support the H2-ECOM Ethernet
communications module. Any PLC on
an ECOM network can initiate communications with another PLC or use
DirectSOFT32 to program any PLC on
the network. This is the fastest data
transfer rate we offer for HMI or other
Windows-based software. When monitoring your PLC, you will notice much
faster updates using the ECOM module.
The H2-ECOM module supports the
industry standard 10BaseT with an RJ45
port. The H2-ECOM-F has ST-style
bayonet connectors for 10BaseFL fiber
optic connections. The ECOM modules
use standard cables, hubs and repeaters
which are available from a large number
of suppliers. A virtually unlimited
number of PLCs can be connected to an
Ethernet network using ECOM
modules.
Serial networking
with the D2-DCM
The D2-260, D2-250-1, and D2-240
CPUs support the D2-DCM Data
Communications Module, which can
serve as a DirectNet master/slave,
DirectNet peer, or a MODBUS RTU
slave. The D2-DCM supports both RS232C and RS-422. You can program the
CPU through the DCM locally, or if a
PC is the RS-422 master, you can use
DirectSOFT32 to program any PLC on
the network.
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H2-ECOM Ethernet network
PCs running DirectSoft 32
PLC programming software,
DSData or HMI software
E-SW05-U Ethernet Switch
(see
the
Communications
Products section of this desk
reference for details)
D2-260,
D2-250-1,
or D2-240
D4-450,
D4-440,
or D4-430
H4-ECOM
H2-ECOM
H2-ECOM
The H2-ECOM can be used for:
• High-speed peer-to-peer networking of PLCs (any PLC can initiate communications)
• CPU programming with DirectSOFT32 Programming Software
• High-speed data acquisition via HMI, DSData Server, LookoutDirect or other HMI software
• Virtually unlimited number of network nodes
• Very easy to setup
D2-DCM serial network
Connect
the DCM to our
MDM-TEL serial modem (see
the Communication Products
section of this desk reference
for details on the
modem)
DCM as Master
RS232 to RS422
Converter
D2–240 Slave
D2–DCM Slave
DL–405 CPU (bottom port)
Peer-to-peer network
D3–340 Slave
DCM as Peer
DCM as Peer
The D2-DCM can be used for:
• DirectNet networking of PLCs (only one DCM or PC can serve as master)
• Peer-to-peer networking of two DCM modules (each can serve as a master or slave)
• CPU programming with DirectSOFT32 Programming Software
• Data acquisition via HMI, DSData Server, LookoutDirect or other HMI software
• A slave on a MODBUS RTU network
• Connection to a serial modem (MDM-TEL)
DL205 Communications
PLC/PC
HERE
ADDITIONAL SERIAL PORTS FOR THE WINPLC
H2-SERIO
serial communications
module for the
WinPLC
Separate
communication
parameters for each
port
Do you need serial communications ports
in addition to the built-in serial port on
the WinPLC? Do you need to connect to
multiple EZTouch, EZText or other
operator interface panels? Would you like
to connect devices such as barcode
readers, weight scales or serial modems to
your WinPLC system? If so, then select
the H2-SERIO serial communications
module. This module is used exclusively
with the WinPLC.
Use Entivity software packages to set
baud rate, parity, data bits, and stop bits
for each serial port. Choose from 300 to
57,600 baud communication speeds.
Entivity Studio or Think & Do Live
allows each port to be designated as a
MODBUS slave or a generic serial device.
Each port on the H2–SERIO module is
capable of full hardware handshaking.
Protocols supported
The H2-SERIO module supports serial
ASCII communications and can also
serve a Modbus RTU slave.
Note on processing
large amounts of
serial data
While the H2-SERIO module will
support virtually any serial device,
processing large amounts of serial data
will increase the system response time.
This is important to consider when using
multiple H2-SERIO modules, especially
in a WinPLC local base with an H2ERM or H2-CTRIO module.
Connect the WinPLC / H2-SERIO system
to a variety of serial ASCII devices.
Weight scales
Barcode scanners
EZTouch panels
Up to ten serial ports
The WinPLC has one built-in serial port.
Each H2-SERIO module has three serial
ports on board. Up to three H2-SERIO
modules can be used per WinPLC
system. That’s a total of ten serial ports
that can be used in one WinPLC system
to handle all of your serial communications needs.
EZText panels
EZTouch panels
E-SW05-U
Serial modems
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STEP 4: SELECT THE I/O MODULES
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There are several factors you should
consider when choosing an I/O module.
1. Environmental specifications: What
environmental conditions will the I/O module
be subjected to?
2. Hardware specifications: Does this
product have the right features, performance and capacity to adequately serve your
application?
3. Field termination: How does this
module connect to field devices? Do you
need a sinking or sourcing DC module?
4. Power budget:
It is very important that your module
selections operate within the base power
budget. Refer to the power budget
description later in this section.
Check the
environmental
specifications
The following table lists the environmental specifications that globally apply
to the DL205 system (CPUs, bases, and
I/O modules). Be sure the modules you
choose are operated within these environmental specifications.
Specifications and ratings
Storage temperature*
-4ºF – 158ºF (-20ºC to 70ºC)
Ambient operating temperature**
32ºF – 131ºF (0º to 55ºC)
Ambient humidity
30% - 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
Vibration resistance
MIL STD 810C, Method 514.2
Shock resistance
MIL STD 810C, Method 516.2
Noise immunity
NEMA (ICS3-304)
Atmosphere
No corrosive gases
* Storage temperature for the Handheld
Programmer is –4º to 158ºF (-20º to 70ºC)
Storage temperature for the DV-1000 is
–4º to 158ºF (-20º to 70ºC)
** Operating temperature for the Handheld
Programmer is 32º to 122ºF (0º to 50ºC)
Operating temperature for the DV-1000 is 32º to
122ºF (0º to 50ºC)
This logo is placed by each I/O module that
supports
ZIPLink
connection
systems. (The I/O modules are listed
at the end of this section.) See the
Connection Systems section of this
desk reference for details on ZIPLinks.
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Review I/O hardware
specifications
The hardware specifications for every
DL205 module are described later in this
section.
Take time to understand the specification charts, the derating curves and the
wiring diagrams. The module specifications should help you determine if this
module is right for your application.
Factors affecting field
termination
DL205 modules use three types of field
terminations. They include a low density
removable terminal block (used on
modules with eight or fewer points), a
high density removable terminal block
(European style terminal block available
on modules with 12 to 16 points) and a
40-pin connector (for modules with 32
points). The module diagrams indicate
the connector type that is on the module.
You can also use our super fast and inexpensive ZIPLink I/O connector systems.
Module types and suggested AWG range
4 point
16* - 24 AWG
8 point
16* - 24 AWG
12 point
16* - 24 AWG
16 point
16* - 24 AWG
32 point
Ribbon and Solder-style Connectors
* Note: 16 AWG Type TFFN or Type MTW can be
used on 8 pt. Modules. Other types of 16 AWG
may be acceptable. But it really depends on the
thickness of the wire insulation. If the insulation
is too thick and you use all the I/O points, then
the plastic terminal cover may not close properly.
ZIPLink system connected
to an I/O Module
Need spare parts?
Sometimes it is helpful to have extra I/O
module connectors or spare fuses. The
DL205 spare parts and accessories are
listed below:
• D2-FILL – Filler module for empty slots
• D2-8IOCON – 8-pt. I/O terminal blocks
• D2-16IOCON – 16-pt. I/O terminal blocks
• D2-IOCVR – Spare terminal block covers
• D2-FUSE-1 – Fuses for D2-12TA
• D2-FUSE-3 – Fuses for D2-04TD1, D208TA, D2-04TRS, D2-08TR,
D2-08CDR
• D2-FUSE-4 Fuses for D2-12TR
• D2-ACC-1 – Base power terminal strip
screws
• D2-ACC-2 – Spare terminal screws for
4-pt. and 8-pt. I/O modules
• D2-ACC-3 –Spare terminal screws for
12-pt. and 16-pt. I/O modules
• D4-IO3264R – Ribbon cable connector
for 32-pt. modules.
• D4-IO3264S – Solder-type connector
for 32-pt. modules.
• DINnectors and ZIPLinks — Refer to
the Connection System section of this
desk reference for the complete line of
products available.
DINnectors terminal
blocks
DINnectors are DIN rail mounted
connectors or terminal blocks. They
provide a means of connecting and identifying two or more wires. All DINnectors
are UL, CSA, VDE, SEV, RINA and
IEC approved. For more information,
refer to the Connection Systems section
of this desk reference.
ZIPLink connection
systems
ZIPLinks consist of PLC interface cables
and connector modules that offer “plug
and play” capability by plugging one end
of the ZIPLink cable into an I/O module
and the other end into the ZIPLink
connector module. This eliminates the
tedious process of wiring PLC I/O terminals to terminal blocks individually. For
more information, refer to the
Connection Systems section of this desk
reference to determine compatibility
among PLCs, cables and I/O modules.
DL205 I/O Selection
PLC/PC
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I/O AVAILABILITY
I/0 Availability Table
PLC CPU / CPU-Slot Controller D2-230 D2-240 D2-250-1 D2-260 WinPLC Profibus H2-EBC F2-SDS-1 F2-DEVNETS
Discrete Modules
Catalog
Pages
DC Sink/Source In
p. 426
TTL Input
p. 427
DC Sink Out
p. 431
DC Source Out
p. 432
AC Input
p. 428
AC Triac Out
p. 435
Relay Out
p. 437
Isolated Relay Out
p. 439
DC In / Relay Out
p. 442
p. 377
p. 377
p. 375
p. 372
p. 380
p. 404
p. 403
p. 408
p. 406
(except 32-pt.)
(except 32-pt.)
(except 32-pt.)
Analog Modules
Analog Current In
p. 443
Analog Voltage In
p. 446
Analog Current Out
p. 451
Analog Voltage Out
Analog Isolated
Current Out
Analog Isolated
Voltage Out
Combination Analog
p. 455
p. 453
p. 457
p. 459
Temperature Input
p. 449
Speciality Modules
Local Expansion
p. 394
Communications
p. 396
Remote I/O
p. 400
CoProcessor
p. 410
Counter I/O (CTRIO)
p. 412
Counter Interface
p. 420
-(H2-ERM)
Sinking and sourcing
for DC field devices
Analog module
selection tips
If you are using a DC type of field device,
then you should consider whether the
device is a sinking or sourcing configuration. This may affect your module selection since it determines the manner in
which the device must be wired to the
module (AutomationDirect offers both
sinking and sourcing modules). Refer to
the sinking/sourcing appendix in this
desk reference for a complete explanation
on how this affects your system selection.
If you’re going to control the speed of an
AC inverter or drive with the DL205
analog module, make sure you select
either the current sourcing F2-02DAS-1
or voltage sourcing F2-02DAS-2 isolated
analog output module. Complete
module specifications are listed later in
this section.
If you need to operate within a 12 VDC
environment, the analog module part
numbers that end with (-L) will operate
at 12VDC. Most of the other modules
require 24VDC.
New H2-CTRIO vs.
D2-CTRINT high-speed
counter module
Select the H2-CTRIO instead of the D2CTRINT if your application requires:
• More than one quadrature encoder
• More than two single up counters
• Compatibility with the WinPLC
• High-speed inputs or outputs > 5KHz
• Output operations on the module based
on counts without interacting with the CPU
The CTRIO is configured using
“CTRIO Workbench”, a Windows-based
“Wizard” utility, eliminating the need for
ladder logic programming to configure
the module. Multiple CTRIO modules
can be used in a base to support additional input/output pulse trains.
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STEP 5: CHOOSE AN I/O CONFIGURATION
I/O configurations
The DL205 system offers local, local
expansion and remote I/O system
configurations. A DL205 system can be
developed using a combination of the
configuration arrangements. The tables,
along with the configuration diagrams,
list the number of I/O points, bases, etc.
that are available with each configuration.
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New (-1)
I/O bases
The new (-1) bases are required for local
expansion I/O that is supported by the
new D2-250-1 and D2-260 CPUs only.
These bases can be used in local, local
expansion or remote I/O configurations.
For all I/O configurations, the (-1) bases
will function exactly the same as the
previous bases that did not support
expansion I/O. The (-1) bases can be
used with all DL205 CPUs and the
WinPLC. There are four DL205 base
sizes (3, 4, 6, and 9-slot), each of which
has a built-in power supply.
Local I/O
All of the DL205 CPUs support local
I/O. The D2-230 and D2-240 CPUs are
limited to one base of local I/O. (The
D2-250-1 and the D2-260 CPUs
support local expansion bases). All local
I/O points are updated on every CPU
scan. The I/O count limits are merely
determined by the number of available
I/O slots, the I/O module point density,
and the available power budget for the
system.
New local expansion
The D2-260 supports local expansion up
to five total bases (one CPU base and four
expansion bases) and the D2-250-1
supports local expansion up to three total
bases (one CPU base and two expansion
bases). The D2-230/240 CPUs and
WinPLCs do not support local expansion
I/O. All local and expansion I/O points
are updated on every CPU scan.
Expansion bases are commonly used when
there are not enough slots available in the
CPU base, or when the base power budget
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will be exceeded. Each local expansion
base requires the D2-CM module in the
CPU slot. The local CPU base requires the
D2-EM Expansion Module, as well as
each expansion base. The modules are
connected using the D2-EXCBL-1.
Ethernet remote I/O
The DL205 Ethernet Remote I/O
system allows you to locate I/O bases at a
remote distance from the CPU. For
many applications, this can reduce
wiring costs by allowing I/O points to be
located near the devices they are controlling.
The Ethernet Remote Master module
(H2-ERM) is placed in an I/O slot of the
local CPU base. Ethernet Base
Controller (EBC) modules serve as the
remote slave units and are placed in the
CPU slot of one or more remote bases.
You can use standard DL205 modules in
the remote bases. The Remote Slaves are
connected to the Master using Category
5 UTP cables for cable runs up to 100
meters. Use repeaters to extend distances
and hubs to expand the number of
nodes. Our fiber optic version uses
industry standard 62.5/125 ST-style
fiber optic cables and can be run up to
2,000 meters.
Each H2-ERM module can support up
to: 16 H2-EBC systems, 16 Terminator
I/O EBC systems, or 16 fully expanded
H4-EBC systems or any combination of
these.
The PLC, ERM and EBC slave modules
work together to update the remote I/O
points. These three scan cycles are occurring at the same time, but asynchronously. It is recommended that critical
I/O points that must be monitored every
scan be placed in the CPU base.
ERM Workbench is an easy-to-use
Windows-based software utility for
configuring the ERM and its remote
slaves.
It is highly recommended that a dedicated Ethernet remote I/O network be
used for the ERM and its slaves. While
Ethernet networks can handle a very
large number of data transactions, and
normally handle them very quickly,
heavy Ethernet traffic can adversely affect
the reliability of the slave I/O and the
speed of the I/O network. Keep ERM
networks, multiple ERM networks and
ECOM/office networks isolated from
one another.
Serial remote I/O
The DL205 Serial Remote I/O system
also allows you to locate I/O bases at a
remote distance from the CPU.
The Remote Master module (D2RMSM) is placed in an I/O slot of the
local CPU base. The Remote Slave
module (D2-RSSS) is placed in the CPU
slot of one or more remote bases. You can
use standard DL205 modules in the
remote bases. The Remote Slaves are
connected to the Master module in a
daisy-chain manner over a twisted pair
communication cable. You can assign
input and output addresses to the remote
I/O points by using setup logic in your
RLL program. The Remote Master polls
the slaves and sends the remote I/O
information to the CPU. The communication between the Remote Master and
the CPU is asynchronous to the CPU
scan. For this reason, Remote I/O applications should be limited to those that
do not require the Remote I/O points to
be updated with every scan.
The number of bases supported depends
on your choice of Remote I/O communications protocol, Remote Master (RMNET) or Slice Master (SM-NET). In
SM-NET mode, the communications
port on the D2-RSSS remote slave can
be used to connect to an operator interface or to program/monitor the CPU
with DirectSOFT32.
Remote master protocol (RM-NET)–
allows you to connect up to seven remote
bases to a single master. The baud rate is
fixed at 38.4K baud with a total allowable distance of 3900 feet.
Slice master protocol (SM-NET)–
allows you to connect up to 31 remote
bases to a single master. The baud rate is
selectable over several ranges with a
maximum baud rate of 614.4K baud.
DL205 I/O Selection
PLC/PC
HERE
LOCAL/LOCAL EXPANSION I/O CONFIGURATIONS
Local I/O configurations
Local I/O Configuration
CPU
Total I/O
Max. Inputs Max. Outputs
D2-230
128
128
128
D2-240
256
256
256
D2-250-1
256
256
256
D2-260
256
256
256
Four I/O base configurations to select from
3-slot base 64-pts. max.
6-slot base 160-pts. max.
4-slot base 96-pts. max.
9-slot base 256-pts. max.
Local expansion I/O configurations using D2-EM and D2-CM modules
D2-260 local expansion system
D2-250-1 local expansion system
The D2-260 supports local expansion up to five total bases
(one CPU base and four expansion bases). All bases in an expansion
system must be (-1) bases. The CPU base can be located at any
point in the expansion system layout. The maximum total expansion
system cable length is 30m (98ft.). For more information, refer to
the Expansion Module specification pages later in this section.
The D2-250-1 supports local expansion up to three total bases
(one CPU base and two expansion bases). The CPU base can
be located at any point in the expansion system layout. The
maximum total expansion system cable length is 30m (98ft.).
D2-250-1 CPU
D2-260 CPU
D2-EM
D2-EM
Do not use
Ethernet hubs
to connect the
modules.
D2-CM
D2-CM
The D2-EXCBL-1 is a Category 5 straight-through cable that connects the D2-EM modules
together. The cable can be user made in custom lengths up to 30m depending upon the
configuration.
Local Expansion I/O Configuration
D2-CM
D2-EM
CPU
# of Exp.
Bases
Total
I/O
Max.
Inputs
Max.
Outputs
D2-250-1
2
768
512
512
D2-260
4
1280
1024
1024
DL-230, DL240 CPUs and WinPLCs do not support local expansion systems
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REMOTE I/O CONFIGURATIONS
Ethernet remote I/O configuration using H2-ERM and EBC slaves
Specifications
Communications
Data Transfer Rate
Link Distance
Ethernet Port
Ethernet Protocols
H2-ERM
H2-ERM-F
10BaseT
Ethernet
10BaseFL Ethernet
PC running ERM
Workbench to configure
the ERM and its slaves
10Mbps
100 meters
(328 ft)
RJ45
2Km (6560 ft)
H2-ERM
ST-style fiber optic
TCP/IP, IPX
Ethernet Remote I/O Configuration
CPU
Max. # Max. # of
Discrete
of
Slaves/
I/O pts.
Channels Channel
D2-230
N/A
D2-240
N/A
16 Slaves
Limited by
(H2-EBC,
power
H4-EBC or
budget
T1H-EBC)
D2-250-1
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N/A
D2-260
H2-WPLC*-** 1 / system 1 Slave
H2-EBC I/O
Analog
I/O
Remote
I/O pts /
Channel
N/A
N/A
Not recom- 896
limited to
896 by CPU mended
2048
8192
256
Map into
available
memory
registers
H4-EBC I/O
16,384 1
16,384 1
1024 2
E-SW05-U Ethernet Switch
(See
the
Communications
Products section of this desk
reference for details).
T1H-EBC I/O
1-16,384 I/O pts. can be achieved with 16 fully expanded H4-EBC slaves using V-memory and bit-of-word instructions.
2 1024 I/O points can be achieved using 1 fully expanded H4-EBC slave.
Note: It is highly recommended that a dedicated Ethernet remote I/O network be used for the ERM and its slaves. While Ethernet networks can handle a very large number of
data transactions, and normally handle them very quickly, heavy Ethernet traffic can adversely affect the reliability of the slave I/O and the speed of the I/O network.
Keep ERM networks, multiple ERM networks and ECOM/office networks isolated from one another.
Serial remote I/O configuration using D2-RMSM and D2-RSSS
Serial Remote I/O Configuration
CPU
D2-240 D2-250-1 D2-260
Max. # of
2
Channels
7
7
Max. I/O
pts. per
Channel
2048
2048
7
7
31
31
2048
RM-NET1
Remote master (RM-NET) protocol
Channel
D2-RMSM
D2-RMSM
Ch1
ch1
Bases per 7
Slice master (SM-NET) protocol
D2-250-1
D2-260 lower port
Ch2
ch2
D2-240
Ch1
ch1
Ch2
ch2
SM-NET1
Bases per 31
Channel
Total
Remote
I/O pts.
896
(limited 2048
by CPU)
8192
D2-RSSS Slaves
RM-NET protocol
- Up to 7 bases / channel
- Up to 3900 ft. (1.2Km)
- Max. baud rate 38.4K baud
- D2-250 CPU has built-in port
Remote Master – One master for each channel. Can be a D2-RMSM, or
the bottom port on a D2-250-1 or D2-260 CPUs. (The CPU ports only
support RM-NET.)
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D2-RSSS Slaves
SM-NET protocol
- Up to 31 bases / channel
- Up to 3900 ft. (@38.4 Kbaud)
- Up to 328 ft. (@614.4 Kbaud)
- Max. baud rate 614.4 Kbaud)
- Supports RS232 port on D2-RSSS
Remote Slave – Must have a D2-RSSS and base for each slave.
The remote I/O points are updated asynchronously to the CPU scan. For
this reason, remote I/O applications should be limited to those that do
not require the I/O points to be updated on every scan.
DL205 I/O Addressing
PLC/PC
HERE
I/O ADDRESSING SCHEMES
DL205 I/O
addressing scheme
Remote I/O
addressing
You may have used other PLC systems
prior to trying DirectLOGIC products.
One of the key differences between
various PLC systems is the I/O module
addressing. This section will show you
how we address the individual I/O
points in a DL205 system.
Remote I/O allows you to assign
addresses manually. You can choose the
data type for the remote points. Ethernet
remote I/O (H2-ERM) allows you to
map the analog I/O channels directly
into V-memory (16-bit words) while
mapping the discrete I/O points into
input/output bit memory (Xs & Ys).
Serial remote I/O (D2-RMSM) allows
you to assign one starting address for all
of the input modules and one starting
address for the output modules.
Octal addressing
The DL205 uses octal addressing. That
is, the I/O point addresses do not
include any “8s” or “9s”. The I/O points
start at 0 and continue in increments of
8 or 16 points, depending on the
modules being used. We have designated
“X” for inputs and “Y” for outputs.
Note: 4-point modules consume eight points, but only
the first four points are actually used by the module.
12-point modules consume sixteen points, but only
twelve points are used. The first six points are used,
then two points are skipped, then the next six points
are used, and the last two are skipped.
Leaving empty slots
You may be tempted to leave empty slots
for future expansion. This is perfectly
acceptable, but it is very important that
you understand the implications of
placing a module in the empty slot at a
later time.
CPU 16-pt. in
Automatic addressing
The DL205 CPUs automatically
examine local I/O modules to establish
the correct I/O addressing on power-up.
The D2-250-1 and D2-260 CPUs automatically examine I/O modules in
expansion bases as well. The modules
don’t have to be grouped by type and can
typically be mixed in any order.
However, there are restrictions placed on
some specialty modules or combinations
of modules. (See the next page.) The
diagram to the right shows sample
addresses for a simple system that
contains a few discrete I/O modules.
Since the CPU automatically assigns the
I/O addresses, it is possible to cause
problems by adding a module to the
system. Examine the example system
shown below. If you added an input
module to the empty slot, the new input
addresses would start after the existing
input addresses, so no problems would
occur. However, if you added an output
to the empty slot, your remaining output
addresses would change. Therefore, you
would have to edit your RLL program to
reflect the address changes. The manual
addressing feature supported by the D2250-1 and D2-260 is especially useful
when adding an I/O module between
existing I/O modules or removing a
module.
You should always add extra modules to the right of
existing modules of the same type to avoid any readdressing of your I/O points.
8-pt. in 4-pt. out 8-pt. out 12-pt. out
X0--X7
X10--X17
X20--X27
Y0--Y3
Y10--Y17
Y26--Y27
Y36--Y37
(unused)
Y4--Y7
(unused)
Inputs start at X0
Outputs start at Y0
4-pt. module has
four points unused
X0
-X7
X10
-X17
Y20--Y25
Y30--Y35
12-pt. module skips points
and has four unused points
Y0
-Y7
X20
-X27
Y10
-Y17
Y20
-Y27
I/O base with a slot left empty. The examples below show the addressing changes if an
input or an output module is added to the system.
Manual addressing
The D2-250-1 and D2-260 CPUs allow
you to manually assign I/O addresses for
any or all I/O slots on the local or expansion bases. This feature is useful if you
have a standard configuration that you
need to change slightly to accommodate
a special request (i.e. adding or removing
I/O modules from a system). Manual
addresses are based on 16-point boundaries.
X0
-X7
X10
-X17
X20
-X27
X30
-X37
X40
-X47
Y0
-Y7
Y10
-Y17
Y20
-Y27
Add Input module. Addresses follow existing, so no program modification
is required.
X0
-X7
X10
-X17
X20
-X27
Y0
-Y7
Y10
-Y17
Y20
-Y27
Y30
-Y37
Y40
-Y47
Add output module. Addresses are re-numbered and program modification is required.
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MODULE PLACEMENT AND I/O USAGE TABLES
Verify planned I/O
module locations
There are very few I/O module placement restrictions in the DL205 family.
In general, any mix of analog and
discrete module types can be used in any
local, expansion or remote base.
However, there are a few situations with
the specialty modules that warrant some
special considerations. Reference the
Module Placement Restrictions table to
the right for the DL205.
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Analog I/O
with a D2-230 CPU
DL205 analog modules map into the
CPU as 16-point discrete modules.
(They actually consume discrete I/O
points.) With a D2-240, D2-250(-1) or
D2-260 CPU, analog I/O modules can
reside in any I/O slot. If you are using a
D2-230 CPU, then the analog module
must start on one of the word addresses
boundaries. (You may have to rearrange
your modules to ensure this happens.)
I/O point usage
The table to the right indicates the
number of I/O points consumed by each
module. Use this information to ensure
you stay within the maximum I/O count
of the I/O system you have chosen.
Module/Unit
Module Placement Restrictions
Local CPU Base Local Expansion
CPU slot only
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
CPUs
DC Input
AC Input
DC Output
AC Output
Relay Output
Analog Input & Output1
Local Expansion
(D2-260 & D2-250-1 only)
Base Expansion Unit (D2-EM)
Base Controller Unit (D2-CM)
Remote I/O
Remote Master
Remote Slave Unit
Ethernet Remote Master
Remote Base
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
CPU slot only
✓
✓
CPU slot only
✓
CPU Device
Ethernet Base Controller
WinPLC
DeviceNET
Profibus
SDS
CPU slot only
CPU slot only
CPU slot only
CPU slot only
CPU slot only
Specialty modules
Counter Interface (D2-CTRINT)
Counter I/O (H2-CTRIO)
Simulator
Data Communications
Ethernet Communications
Basic CoProcessor
Slot 0 only
Any slot except Slot 0
✓
Any slot except Slot 0
Any slot except Slot 0
Any slot except Slot 0
Not at this time
✓
✓
1 With a D2-230 CPU, then the analog module must start on one of the word address boundaries.
I/O Module Point Usage
DC INPUT
D2-08ND3
D2-16ND3-2
D2-32ND3
D2-32ND3-2
RELAY OUTPUT
8 in
16 in
32 in
32 in
D2-04TRS
D2-08TR
F2-08TR
F2-08TRS
D2-12TR
SPECIALTY MODULES
8* out
8 out
8 out
8 out
16** out
AC INPUT
D2-08NA-1
D2-08NA-2
D2-16NA
8 in
8 in
16 in
DC OUTPUT
D2-04TD1
D2-08TD1
D2-08TD2
D2-16TD1-2
D2-16TD2-2
D2-32TD1
D2-32TD2
8 in*/8 out*
ANALOG
8* out
8 out
8 out
16 out
16 out
32 out
32 out
AC OUTPUT
D2-08TA
F2-08TA
D2-12TA
COMBINATION
D2-08CDR
8 out
8 out
16** out
F2-04AD-1 & 1L
F2-04AD-2 & 2L
F2-08AD-1
F2-08AD-2
F2-02DA-1 & 1L
F2-02DA-2 & 2L
F2-4AD2DA
F2-02DAS-1
F2-02DAS-2
F2-08DA-1
F2-08DA-2
F2-04RTD
F2-04THM
16 in
16 in
16 in
16 in
16 out
16 out
16 in/16 out
32 out
32 out
16 out
16 out
32 in
32 in
D2-EX
D2-CM
F2-08SIM
D2-CTRINT
H2-CTRIO
D2-DCM
F2-DEVNETS-1
F2-SDS-1
H2-EBC
H2-EBC-F
H2-ECOM
H2-ECOM-F
F2-CP128
H2-PBC
None
None
8 in
8 in 8 out
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
REMOTE I/O
H2-ERM
D2-RMSM
D2-RSSS
None
None
None
* 4-pt. modules consume eight points. Only the first four points are used.
** 12-pt. modules consume 16 points. The first six points are assigned, two are skipped, and then the next six
points are assigned. For example, a D2-12TA installed in slot 0 would use Y0-Y5, and Y10-Y15. Y6-Y7, and
Y16-Y17 would be unused.
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DL205 Power Requirements
PLC/PC
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STEP 6: CHECK THE POWER BUDGET
Managing your
power resource
Power budget
example
When determining the types and quantity of I/O modules you will be using, it
is important to remember there is a
limited amount of power available from
the base power supply.
The chart on the next page indicates the
power supplied and used by each DL205
device. The adjacent chart shows an
example of how to calculate the power
used by your particular system. These
charts should make it easy for you to
determine if the devices you have chosen
will operate within the power budget of
your system configuration.
If the I/O you have chosen exceeds the
maximum power available from the
power supply, you may be able to resolve
the problem by using local expansion or
remote I/O bases.
The example below shows how to calculate the power budget for the DL205
system. The examples are constructed
around a single 9-slot base using the
devices shown. It is recommended you
construct a similar table for your DL205
system. Follow the steps to the right to
determine your power budget.
Column 1
A
Column 2
Column 3
Base
Device Type
5 VDC (mA)
External Power 24
VDC (mA)
9 slot
2,600
300
D2-260 (CPU)
D2-16ND3-2
D2-16ND3-2
D2-16NA
D2-08NA-1
D2-16TD1-2
D2-08TA
D2-08TA
330
100
100
100
50
200
250
250
0
0
0
0
0
80
0
0
DV-1000
D2-HPP
150
200
0
0
C CURRENT REQUIRED
CPU SLOT
SLOT 0
SLOT 1
SLOT 2
SLOT 3
SLOT 4
SLOT 5
SLOT 6
SLOT 7
The table below lists base power supply
specifications, including maximum
inrush current and maximum power
consumed from your power source.
D OTHER
Operator interface
Handheld programmer
E Maximum Current Required
1730
80
F Remaining Current Available
2600-1520=1080
300-80=220
Power Supply Specifications
AC Powered Bases
24 VDC Powered Bases
Specification
Column 4
B CURRENT SUPPLIED
DL205 power supply
specifications
Part Numbers
1.Using a chart similar to the one below, fill in column 2.
2.Using the tables on the next page, enter the current supplied and used by each device (columns 3 and 4). Devices
which fall into the "Other" category (Row D) are devices
such as the operator interface and the handheld programmer, which also have power requirements, but do not
directly plug into the base.
3.Add the current used by the system devices (columns 3 and
4) starting with the CPU slot and put the total in the row
labeled “Maximum current required” (Row E).
4.Subtract the row labeled “Maximum Current Required”
(Row E), from the row labeled “Current Supplied” (Row B).
Place the difference in the row labeled“Remaining Current
Available” (Row F).
5.If “Maximum Current Required” is greater than “Current
Supplied” in either column 3 or 4, the power budget will be
exceeded. It will be unsafe to use this configuration, and
you will need to restructure your I/O configuration. Note the
auxiliary power supply does not need to supply all the
external power. If you need more than the 300mA supplied,
you can add an external 24V power supply. This will help
keep you within your power budget for external power.
D2-03B-1, D2-04B-1, D2-06B-1, D2-09B-1
D2-03BDC1-1, D2-04BDC1-1,
D2-06BDC1-1, D2-09BDC1-1
125 VDC Powered Bases
D2-03BDC-2, D2-04BDC-2,
D2-06BDC2-1, D2-09BDC2-1
Voltage Withstand (dielectric) 1 minute @ 1,500 VAC between primary, secondary, field ground, and run relay
> 10M at 500 VDC
Insulation Resistance
85-132 VAC (110 range)
170-264 VAC ( 220 range)
47-63Hz
10.2 - 28.8VDC (24VDC)
with less than 10% ripple
100-264VDC (125 VDC)
with less than 10% ripple
Auxiliary 24 VDC Output
Maximum Inrush Current
300mA max.
none
300mA max.
30A
10A
20A
Maximum Power
80 VA
25W
30W
Input Voltage Range
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POWER REQUIREMENTS
These charts help
determine your
power requirements
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This section shows the amount of power
supplied by each of the base power
supplies and the amount of power
consumed by each DL205 device. The
Power Consumed charts list how much
INTERNAL power from each power
source is required for the DL205 devices. Use
this information when calculating the power
budget for your system.
In addition to the internal power sources,
the DL205 bases offer a 24VDC
Auxiliary power supply with external
power connections. This auxiliary power
supply can power external devices.
Power Supplied
Device
Bases
5V(mA)
24V Auxiliary
Device
Bases
5V(mA)
24V Auxiliary
D2-03B-1
2600
300
D2-03BDC1-1
2600
None
D2-06B-1
2600
300
D2-06BDC1-1
2600
D2-03BDC-2
1550
200
D2-06BDC2-1
2600
None
300
D2-04B-1
2600
300
D2-09B-1
2600
300
D2-04BDC1-1
2600
None
D2-09BDC1-1
2600
None
D2-04BDC-2
1550
200
D2-09BDC2-1
2600
300
Power Consumed
Power Consumed
Device
CPUs
5V(mA)
24V Auxiliary
Device
5V(mA)
Analog Modules
24V Auxiliary
D2-230
120
0
F2-04AD-1
50
80
D2-240
120
0
F2-04AD-1L
50
90mA @ 12V
D2-250-1
330
0
F2-04AD-2
60
80
D2-260
330
0
F2-04AD-2L
60
90mA @ 12V
H2-WPLC*-**
680
0
F2-08AD-1
50
80
DC Input Modules
F2-08AD-2
50
80
Use ZIPLinks to
reduce 5VDC base
power requirements
D2-08ND3
50
0
F2-02DA-1
40
60 (note 1)
D2-16ND3-2
100
0
F2-02DA-1L
40
70 @ 12V (note 1)
D2-32ND3
25
0
F2-02DA-2
40
60
If your application requires a lot of relay
outputs, consider using the ZIPLink AC
or DC relay output modules. These
modules can switch high current (10A)
loads without putting a load on your
5VDC base power budget.
For example, an 8-point F2-08TRS relay
output module requires 670mA @
5VDC. If you used a D2-16TD1-2 DC
output module instead to drive a
ZIPLink relay block, you would only use
200mA @ 5VDC, and you’d have eight
more relay outputs at a higher rated load
current switching capacity. Refer to the
Connection Systems section of this desk
reference to find out more about
ZIPLink cables and connector modules.
D2-32ND3-2
25
0
F2-02DA-2L
40
70 @ 12V
100
100
50 / channel
60 / channel
This logo is placed by the I/O modules
that are supported by the ZIPLink
connection systems. See the I/O module
specifications at the end of
this section.
AC Input Modules
D2-08NA-1
50
0
F2-02DAS-1
F2-02DAS-2
D2-08NA-2
100
0
F2-08DA-1
30
50 (note 1)
0
F2-08DA-2
60
140
D2-16NA
100
Input Simulator Module
F2-4AD2DA
60
80 (note 1)
F2-08SIM
F2-04RTD
90
0
F2-04THM
110
60
50
0
DC Output Modules
D2-04TD1
60
20
Specialty Modules
D2-08TD1
100
0
D2-CTRINT
50*
0
D2-08TD2
100
0
D2-CM / D2-EM 130
0
80
H2-CTRIO
400
0
300
0
D2-16TD1-2
200
D2-16TD2-2
200
0
D2-DCM
D2-32TD1
350
0
F2-DEVNETS
160
0
0
F2-SDS-1
160
0
AC Output Modules
H2-PBC
530
0
D2-08TA
250
0
H2-EBC(-F)
320, (450)
0
F2-08TA
250
0
H2-ECOM(-F)
320, (450)
0
0
F2-CP128
235
0
D2-32TD2
D2-12TA
350
350
Remote I/O
Relay Output Modules
D2-04TRS
250
0
H2-ERM(-F)
320, (450)
0
200
0
150
0
D2-08TR
250
0
D2-RMSM
F2-08TR
F2-08TRS
670
670
0
0
D2-RSSS
D2-12TR
450
0
Combination In/Out Module
D2-08CDR
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200
0
Programming Devices
D2-HPP
200
*requires external 5VDC for outputs
Note 1: add an additional 20mA per loop
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PLC/PC
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DIMENSIONS AND INSTALLATION
It is important to understand the installation requirements for your DL205
system. This will help ensure that the
DL205 products operate within their
environmental and electrical limits.
See
the Enclosures section in
this desk reference for an
enclosure that may be suitable
for your application
Plan for safety
This desk reference should never be used
as a replacement for the user manual.
The user manual, D2-USER-M,
contains important safety information
that must be followed. The system installation should comply with all appropriate
electrical codes and standards.
2"
50mm
min
2"
50mm
min
Environmental
specifications
2"
50mm
min
The Environmental Specifications table
to the right lists specifications that globally apply to the DL205 system (CPUs,
Bases, and I/O modules). Be sure that
the DL205 system is operated within
these environmental specifications.
Base dimensions
and mounting
Use the diagrams below to make sure the
DL205 system can be installed in your
application. To ensure proper airflow for
cooling purposes, DL205 bases must be
mounted horizontally. It is important to
check these dimensions against the
conditions required for your application.
For example, it is recommended that
approximately 3" space is left in front
PLC surface for ease of access and cable
clearances. Also, check the installation
guidelines for recommended cabinet
clearances.
Environmental Specification
Storage Temperature
Ambient Operating Temperature
Ambient Humidity
Vibration Resistance
Shock Resistance
Noise Immunity
Atmosphere
MIL STD 810C, Method 514.2
32oF - 131oF (0oC to 55oC)
30%-95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
MIL STD 810C, Method 516.2
NEMA (ICS3-304)
No corrosive gases
Base
A
D2-03B-1, D2-03BDC1-1, D2-03BDC-2
With 32pt. ZipLink cable or
base expansion unit cable
With 16pt. I/O
With 8pt. I/O
5.85”
148mm
4.45”
113mm
3.62”
92mm
2.95”
75mm
B
6.77" 172mm 6.41" 163mm 5.8"
C
D
148mm 7.24" 184mm
D2-04B-1, D2-04BDC1-1, D2-04BDC-2 7.99" 203mm 7.63" 194mm 7.04" 179mm 8.46" 215mm
D2-06B-1, D2-06BDC1-1, D2-06BDC2-1 10.43" 265mm 10.07" 256mm 9.48" 241mm 10.90" 277mm
D2-09B-1, D2-09BDC1-1, D2-09BDC2-1 14.09" 358mm 13.74" 349mm 13.14" 334mm 14.56" 370mm
A
C
With D2-DSCB-1 on port 2
Rating
-4oF - 158oF (-20oC to 70oC)
3.54”
90mm
OK
2.99”
76mm
B
Airflow
With D2-EM base expansion module
D
DIN rail slot (35mm)
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LOCAL EXPANSION MODULES
D2-EM Expansion Module Specifications
Base Expansion
Module
D2-EM
Module Type
I/O Slots Consumed
I/O Points Consumed
Expansion Connectors
Base expansion unit
Cable
Maximum Cable Length
Power Consumption
Category 5 with RJ45 connectors (straight-through)
Operating Environment
0ºC to 60ºC (32ºF to 140ºF),
5% to 95% humidity (non-condensing)
None; attaches to right side of (-1) bases
None
Two 8-pin RJ45
30m (98ft.) total expansion system
130mA @ 5VDC (supplied by base)
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Expansion Base
Controller Module
D2-CM
Module Type
Modules per Base
I/O Points Consumed
Expansion Base Number Select Switch
Power Consumption
Expansion base controller module
Operating Environment
0ºC to 60ºC (32ºF to 140ºF),
5% to 95% humidity (non-condensing)
One, CPU slot of (-1) base only
None
Rotary switch select 1-4 in any order
100mA @ 5VDC (supplied by base)
CPU Supported / I/O Points
CPU
# of Exp.
Bases
Total
I/O*
Max.
Inputs
Max.
Outputs
D2-260
4
1280
1024
1024
D2-250-1
2
768
512
512
D2-240
D2-230
These CPUs do not support local expansion systems.
H2-WPLC*-**
* Includes CPU base and local expansion bases
New local
expansion modules
The D2-260 supports local expansion up
to five total bases (one CPU base + four
expansion bases) and the D2-250-1
supports local expansion up to three total
bases (one CPU base + two expansion
bases). Expansion bases are commonly
used when there are not enough slots available in the CPU base, when the base power
budget will be exceeded or when placing an
I/O base at a location away from the CPU
base, but within the expansion cable limits.
All local and expansion I/O points are
updated on every CPU scan.
Expansion base I/O addressing is based
on the numerical order of the D2-CM
rotary switch selection. The CPU recognizes the expansion bases on power-up.
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Local expansion
requires (-1) bases
The new (-1) I/O bases must be used in
local expansion systems. Each expansion
base requires that the D2-CM module is
placed in the CPU slot. The CPU base and
each expansion base require the D2-EM
unit that attaches to the right side of the
(-1) bases.
D2-EXCBL-1 local
expansion base cable
The category 5 straight-through
D2-EXCBL-1 (1m) is used to connect
the expansion modules together. If longer
cable lengths are required, we recommend
that you purchase commercially manufactured cables with RJ45 connectors already
installed. The maximum total expansion
system cable length is 30m (98ft.).
D2-EM to D2-EM Cable Pin-outs
8-pin RJ45 Connector
8P8C
(Use Category 5 straight-through cable)
DL205 I/O System
PLC/PC
LOCAL EXPANSION MODULES
D2-CM Expansion
Base Controller
Module
The D2-CM module is
placed in the CPU slot
of each expansion
base. The rotary
switch is used to select
the expansion base
number. The expansion
base I/O addressing (Xs & Ys) is based
on the numerical order of the rotary
switch selection and is recognized by the
CPU on power-up. Duplicate expansion
base numbers will not be recognized by
the CPU. An example of base I/O
addressing order is shown to the right.
D2-260
expansion system
The D2-260 supports local expansion up
to five total bases (one CPU base + four
expansion bases) and up to a maximum of
1280 total I/O points. All local and
expansion I/O points are updated on
every CPU scan. No specialty modules
can be located in the expansion bases.
Refer to the Module Placement Table
earlier in this section for restrictions. The
maximum total expansion system cable
length is 30m (98ft.). The red text and
arrows in the example to the right indicate the I/O addressing order.
D2-260 expansion system
TERM
Switch
ON
D2-CM #1
30m
max.
D2-CM #2
D2-CM #3
D2-CM #4
The D2-EM expansion unit is attached
to the right side of each base
in
the
expansion
system. The D2-EMs
on each end of the
expansion
system
should
have
the
TERM switch placed in
the ON position. The expansion units
between the endmost units should have
the TERM switch placed in the OFF
position. The CPU base can be located
at any base position in the expansion
system. It does not have to be located at
one end or the other.
TERM Switch = ON
The D2-260 CPU base can be located at any base position
in the expansion system.
TERM Switch = OFF
I/O #4
TERM Switch = OFF
D2-CM #1
TERM
Switch
= OFF
D2-CM #3
I/O #1
I/O #2
D2-CM #4
I/O #5
TERM Switch =ON
D2-CM #2
I/O #3
D2-250-1
expansion system
The D2-250-1 supports local expansion
up to three total bases (one CPU base +
two expansion bases) and up to a
maximum of 768 total I/O points. All
local and expansion I/O points are
updated on every CPU scan. The D2250-1 does not support the use of
specialty modules located in the expansion bases. The maximum total expansion
system cable length is 30m (98ft.). The
red text and arrows in the example to the
right indicate the I/O addressing order.
D2-EM Base
Expansion Module
TERM Switch
=ON
Note: Only discrete and analog I/O modules
are supported on the expansion bases. No
specialty or communications modules can be
used on the expansion bases at this time.
TERM Switch=ON
D2-CM #2
I/O #2
I/O #3
D2-CM #1
TERM Switch =ON
TERM Switch = OFF
D2-250-1
I/O #1
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SERIAL DATA COMMUNICATIONS MODULE
Specifications
Data
Communications
Module
D2-DCM
Module Type
Modules per CPU
CPUs Supported
Communications
Intelligent
7 maximum, slot 1 or higher
D2-240 (firmware V1.8 or later), D2-250, D2-250-1 and D2-260
RS232C/422 signal levels, DirectNET Master/Slave, K-sequence or MODBUS
RTU Slave protocol, Baud rate selectable from 300 to 38.4K baud, Odd or No
parity, HEX or ASCII mode
Recommended Cable
Field Wiring Connector
Belden 9729 or equivalent (for RS422)
Internal Power Consumption
300mA maximum at 5VDC, (supplied by base power supply)
Operating Environment
0ºC to 60ºC (32ºF to 140ºF), 5% to 95% humidity
(non-condensing)
Manufacturer
Koyo Electronics
25-pin D-shell connector
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DCM as extra auxiliary port
The D2-DCM Data Communications
Module is primarily used for three
reasons:
• Extra communications port to connect a
PC, operator interface, etc.
• Network interface to DirectNET
• Network interface to a MODBUS® network
using the RTU protocol
EZTouch/Text panel
Plug in an extra auxiliary communications port
Extra
communications port
Master/Slave Network
If additional communication ports are
needed, they can easily be added by
installing DCM modules. This allows
additional connections of devices, such
as operator interfaces, PCs, etc. Since the
DCM does not require any programming, you can set the DCM communication parameters, connect the cables,
and start transferring data. Make sure the
device has a DL205 compatible driver.
DCM as master
RS232 to RS422
Converter
D2–240 slave
DirectNET network
interface
The DCM can be used as a network interface for applications requiring data to be
shared between PLCs, or between PLCs
and an intelligent device such as a host PC.
The DCM connects easily to DirectNET.
This network allows you to upload or
download virtually any type of system data
including Timer/Counter data, I/O information, and V-memory information from
any DirectLOGIC or compatible PLC.
The DCM allows the DL205 to function
as a network master or network slave.
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Connect
the DCM to our
MDM-TEL serial modem
(see the Communication
Products section of this desk
reference for details on
the modem)
D2–DCM slave
DL–405 CPU (bottom port)
D3–340 slave
MODBUS RTU
interface
The DCM can be used as a slave station
interface to connect your DL205 system
to a MODBUS® network using the
MODBUS RTU protocol. The host
system must be capable of issuing the
MODBUS commands to read or write
the appropriate data. Remember that
bottom port on the D2-250-1 and
D2-260 CPUs can act as a MODBUS
master.
DL205 Communications Modules
PLC/PC
SERIAL MODULE FOR WINPLC AND EBC SYSTEMS
H2-SERIO Specifications
Serial
Communications
Module for
WinPLCs & EBCs
H2-SERIO
Module Type
# of Serial Ports per Module
# of modules supported per WinPLC
# of modules supported per EBC node
Protocols Supported
Connector
Power Consumption
Operating Environment
Manufacturer
Intelligent module for use with H2–WPLC*-** or PC/EBC system
3
3
3
Serial ASCII and Modbus RTU slave
RJ12 jack
210mA @ 5VDC
0 to 60°C (32°F to 140°F), 5% to 95% RH (non-condensing)
ERM or H2-CTRIO.
Separate
communications
parameters for each
port
Serial I/O module for
WinPLCs
Add serial ports to your WinPLC system
by simply plugging the H2-SERIO
modules into the DL205 I/O base. This
serial module is used exclusively with the
WinPLC. The WinPLC communicates
with the H2–SERIO module across the
DL205 backplane.
Up to ten serial ports
on a WinPLC system
The WinPLC has one built-in serial port.
You can add as many as nine additional
serial ports for Entivity Studio or Think
& Do Live applications requiring
multiple serial devices, such as barcode
scanners. Connect to just about any
serial device that communicates ASCII
protocol. The H2-SERIO can also serve
as a Modbus RTU slave.
Processing large
amounts of serial
data with a WinPLC
Use Entivity software packages to set
baud rate, parity, data bits, and stop bits
for each serial port. Choose from 300 to
57,600 baud communication speeds.
Entivity Studio or Think & Do Live
allows each port to be designated as a
MODBUS slave or a generic serial
device. Each port on the H2–SERIO
module is capable of full hardware handshaking.
Host Automation Products
Using H2-SERIO in a
PC-based control
EBC system
Entivity Studio version 6.5 supports the
use of up to three H2-SERIO modules
per EBC node in a PC-based control
system. The master must be a PC
running Studio 6.5 or later. This does
not apply to a WinPLC system with an
ERM module used for remote I/O.
The same Entivity features for receiving
and manipulating the serial data listed on
this page for the WinPLC also apply to a
PC running the control software.
Easy
serial communications
All Entivity PC control software products include advanced string and array
functions that make transmitting,
receiving and manipulating serial data a
snap.
Pin Assignments for H2-SERIO ports
1
0V
Power (-) Connection (GND)
2
CTS
Clear to Send
3
RXD
Receive Data (RS232C)
4
TXD
Transmit Data (RS232C)
5
RTS
Request to Send
6
0V
Signal Ground (GND)
6
1
RJ12 (6P6C) Female Modular
Connector
While the H2-SERIO module will
support virtually any serial device,
processing large amounts of serial data
will increase the system response time.
This is important to consider when using
multiple H2-SERIO modules, especially
in a WinPLC local base with an H2PLC and PC Products
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ETHERNET COMMUNICATIONS MODULE
Simple connections
Ethernet
Communications
Module
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H2-ECOM
H2-ECOM-F
ECOM starter kit
Use Category 5 UTP cables or 62.5/125
ST-style fiber optic cables depending on
the requirements of your application.
Inexpensive UTP cables can be run 100
meters between nodes, and fiber optic
cables can be run 2,000 meters. Fiber
optic cables virtually eliminate electrical
noise problems. Use repeaters to extend
distances and expand the number of
nodes.
Our HA-TADP (10BaseT) and HAFTADP
(combo
10BaseT
and
10BaseFL) PC network adapter cards are
compatible with the H2-ECOM(-F). See
the Communications Products section in
this desk reference for information on
the adapter cards.
The H2-ECOM-START gives you
everything you need to make your first
Ethernet network simple to build. It
contains an ECOM module and instruction manual, a network adapter card for
your PC, a crossover cable, and a
Showcase Demo CD. The CD contains
demo versions of our software products
that support the ECOM Modules. See
the Software Products section in this
desk reference for information on the
available software packages.
Overview
Ethernet Communications Modules offer
features such as:
• High-speed peer-to-peer networking
of PLCs
• Fast updates with DirectSOFT32
Programming Software
• High-performance access for Human
Machine Interface (HMI), ERP, MES or
other Windows-based software when
using DSData Server
• Free SDK for custom drivers
• Virtually unlimited number of
network nodes
• Easy setup
The Ethernet Communication (ECOM)
Modules represent a price breakthrough
for high-speed peer-to-peer networking
of PLCs. No longer are you forced to
designate a single PLC to be the network
master. Any PLC can initiate communications with any other PLC. Link your
PLCs with PCs using industry standard
cables, hubs, and repeaters. A simple
Windows-based spreadsheet program
can be linked to your networked PLCs
using our DirectSOFT32 Data Server.
Or, use our DSData Server to link
Human Machine Interface (HMI) software to DirectLOGIC PLCs. Our
LookoutDirect HMI includes ECOM
drivers. DirectSOFT32 Programming
Software can be used to monitor or
update
the
program
in
any
DirectLOGIC PLC on the network.
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H2--E COM
H2--E COM--F
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Specifications
H2-ECOM
Communications
Data Transfer Rate
Link Distance
10BaseT Ethernet
Ethernet Port
Ethernet Protocols
Power Consumption
Manufacturer
H2-ECOM-F
10BaseFL Ethernet
10Mbps
10Mbps
100 meters (328 ft)
2,000 meters (6,560 ft)
RJ45
ST-style fiber optic
TCP/IP, IPX
TCP/IP, IPX
320mA
450mA
Host Automation Products Host Automation Products
DL205 Communications Modules
PLC/PC
ETHERNET COMMUNICATIONS MODULE
Choose your slot
NetEdit Software Screen
The H2-ECOM(-F) modules plug into
any I/O slot (excluding slot 0) of any
local DL205 I/O base. The module
maintains identification data, descriptive
information, and communication
parameters for PLC-to-PLC communications in flash memory. Disconnect
power before installing or removing any
PLC module.
Note: Use D2-240, D2-250, D2-250-1 or
D2-260 CPUs with the ECOM modules.
The D2-230 CPU does not support the
ECOM modules.
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CP U
S lot 0
S lot 1
S lot 2
S lot 3
S lot 4
No!
NetEdit Software
Free NetEdit Software ships with the
ECOM User Manual. Use NetEdit to set
up the ECOM modules for your network.
Flexible addressing allows you to use your
choice of protocols and identifying
methods. Assign each module a number
or a name or both. You don’t have to use
an IP address, but you can if it’s necessary for your network. Two protocols are
available for PC-to-PLC communications: IPX and TCP/IP. Select the one
you want to use, or use them both. The
NetEdit screen displays all identifiers and
troubleshooting information for each
module on the network. You can use
NetEdit to adjust parameters for PLCto-PLC communications by clicking on
Advanced Settings. The network identifiers can also be changed from
DirectSOFT32 Programming Software.
PLC-to-PLC
communications
PLC-to-PLC communications are
accomplished using Read from Network
(RX) and Write to Network (WX)
instructions. Build the RX and/or WX
instructions into a routine as shown.
One SP relay (the busy bit) is used for
sequencing of multiple instructions or to
prevent a single RX or WX instruction
from being overwritten. The other SP
relay can be used to annunciate a
communication error. The first Load
(LD) instruction contains the base and
slot number of the initiating ECOM and
the Module ID of the responding
ECOM. The second LD instruction
contains the number of bytes being
transferred. You can transfer up to 256
bytes with one RX or WX instruction.
The Load Address (LDA) instruction
contains the beginning address in the
initiating PLC’s memory, regardless of
whether or not it is an RX or WX
instruction that is being executed. The
RX or WX instruction contains the
beginning address in the responding
PLC.
communication error bit
S P 123
Y50
real output
SET
bus y bit
S P 122
LD
K0104
LD
K8
LDA
O40600
R X or WX
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SERIAL REMOTE I/O MASTER/SLAVE MODULES
Remote Master Specifications
Remote I/O
Master Module
D2-RMSM
Module Type
Number of Masters per
CPU
Intelligent device
Maximum Number of
Channels
CPU dependent as above
Channel Capacity:
Maximum # Slaves
RM-NET
SM-NET
7
31
19.2K, 38.4K baud
Selectable (19.2K, 38.4K, 153.6K, 307.2, 614.4K baud)
Baud Rates
Transmission
Distance
Two maximum for D2-240 and eight (seven + one CPU port) for the D2-250(-1) and D2-260
(built-in master feature in D2-250(-1) and D2-260 bottom port can be used as a master for
RM-NET and would count as one master if used). D2-230 does not support remote I/O.
Channels may be split between RM-NET and SM-NET if necessary.
3,900 ft. (1.2Km)
3,900 feet (1.2Km) @ 19.2 K or 38.4K baud
1,968 feet (600m) @ 153.6K baud
984 feet (300m) @ 307.2K baud
328 feet (100m) @ 614.4K baud
Remote I/O
Slave Module
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D2-RSSS
Communication to
Slaves
RS485 via twisted pair with shield @ 38.4K baud
Recommended Cable Belden 9841 or equivalent - 120 ohm impedance, 12pF/ft
Fixed
Terminal Type
Operating Environment 0ºC to 60ºC (32ºF to 140ºF), 5% to 95% humidity (non-condensing)
Internal Power
Consumption
200mA maximum
Manufacturer
Koyo Electronics
Remote Slave Specifications
Maximum Slave Points No remote I/O for D2-230
D2-240, D2-250(-1), D2-260 support a maximum of 2048 points per channel. However,
per CPU
actual I/O available is limited by available I/O points and number of local I/O being used. The
D2-240 has a total of 320 X input, 320 Y outputs, and 256 control relays available to share
between local and remote I/O. The D2-250(-1) has a total of 512 X inputs, 512 Y outputs and
1024 control relays to share between local and remote I/O.
The D2-260 has 1024 X inputs, 1024 Y outputs, 2048 control relays, 2048 GX inputs and
2048 GY outputs to share between local and remote I/O points.
Overview
You can use remote I/O in addition to
the I/O in the local base. The remote
master is located in the CPU base and
communicates with the remote slaves via
shielded twisted-pair cable. To use a
remote I/O system, you will need the
following:
I/O Addresses Used
I/O modules in slave bases do not automatically consume any standard input and output
points. You select which points are consumed by setup instructions in your RLL program.
Terminal Type
Communications Port
Base Power Rqrmnt
Fixed
RS232C, 9,600 Baud (same as top port on CPUs, SM-NET mode only)
200mA maximum
Operating Environment 0ºC to 60ºC (32ºF to 140ºF), 5% to 95% humidity (non-condensing)
Manufacturer
Koyo Electronics
Remote master
One master can be used for each
channel. It can be a D2-RMSM, or the
bottom port on a D2-250, D2-250-1 or
D2-260 CPU. (The CPU port only
supports RM-NET.)
Remote Master
Remote Slave
Communication port
(can be used for programming;
SM–NET mode only)
Remote slave
A D2-RSSS and I/O base must be used
for each slave.
The remote I/O points are updated asynchronously to
the CPU scan. For this reason, remote I/O applications should be limited to those that do not require
the I/O points to be updated on every scan.
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Remote channel connector
Remote channel
connector
DL205 I/O System
PLC/PC
ETHERNET REMOTE I/O MASTER MODULE
Ethernet
Remote I/O
Master Module
H2-ERM
H2-ERM-F
The Ethernet Remote Master H2-ERM
(-F) connects 240, D2-250, 250-1 and
260 CPU systems to slave I/O over a
high-speed Ethernet link. The H2-ERM
can also be used in a WinPLC system,
but only one H2-ERM can be used with
one slave per system.
Need a lot of I/O?
Each ERM module can support up to 16
additional H2-EBC systems, 16
Terminator I/O EBC systems, or 16 fully
expanded H4-EBC systems. Of course,
combinations are fine, too. The ERM
also supports Edrives. See the Drives
section for details.
Note: Applications requiring an extremely
large number of T1H-EBC analog I/O or H4EBC 16-channel analog I/O, could exceed
the buffer capacity of a single H2-ERM module. In these cases, an additional H2-ERM
may be required.
Specifications H2-ERM
10BaseT
Ethernet
ERM Workbench is a software utility
that must be used to configure the ERM
and its remote Ethernet slaves. ERM
workbench supports two methods of
configuring the ERM I/O network:
• ERM Workbench PLC Wizard greatly
simplifies the configuration procedure
when a PLC is used as the CPU interface.
• ERM Workbench configures the I/O
network whether the CPU interface is a
PLC or WinPLC, and allows access to
all ERM I/O network parameters.
ERM Workbench Software
It is highly recommended that a dedicated Ethernet remote I/O network be
used for the ERM and its slaves. While
Ethernet networks can handle a very
large number of data transactions, and
normally handle them very quickly,
heavy Ethernet traffic can adversely affect
the reliability of the slave I/O and the
speed of the I/O network. Keep ERM
networks, multiple ERM networks and
ECOM/office networks isolated from
one another.
PC running ERM Workbench to
configure the ERM and its
slaves.The PC may be removed
once the system is configured.
H2-ERM
H2-EBC system
H2-ERM-F
10Mbps
Link Distance
100 meters
(328 ft)
2K meters (6560 ft)
Ethernet Port
RJ45
ST-style fiber optic
450mA @5VDC
Up to 100m
segments
between
switches
GS-EDRV
TCP/IP, IPX
320mA
@5VDC
E-SW05-U Ethernet Switch
(see
the
Communications
Products section of this desk
reference for details)
10BaseFL Ethernet
Data Transfer Rate
Ethernet Protocols
Power
Consumption
Manufacturer
Software configuration
The ERM connects to your control
network using Category 5 UTP cables
for cable runs up to 100 meters. Use
repeaters to extend distances and expand
the number of nodes. Our fiber optic
version uses industry standard 62.5/125
ST-style fiber optic cables and can be run
up to 2,000 meters.
The PLC, ERM and EBC slave modules
work together to update the remote I/O
points. These three scan cycles are occurring at the same time, but asynchronously. It is recommended that critical
I/O points that must be monitored every
scan be placed in the CPU base.
Networking ERMs
with other
Ethernet devices
Overview
Communications
Simple connections
GS2 drives
E-SW05-U
Ethernet Switch
H4-EBC system
T1H-EBC system
Host Automation Products
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ETHERNET VS. SERIAL REMOTE I/O
I/O throughput
I/O throughput is defined as the time it
takes from when an output is set in the
ladder logic to when its corresponding
input value is equal. This includes the
PLC scan time, I/O backplane update
time, and I/O module response times.
H2-ERM / H2-EBC Ethernet Remote I/O System
Testing I/O
throughput times
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Discrete
Outputs
Discrete
Inputs
A test was performed by our partner, Host
Automation Products, to compare the
difference between H2-ERM Ethernet
remote I/O and D2-RMSM serial remote
I/O throughput times. Host Automation
Products supplies the H2-ERM, H2-EBC,
H2-ECOM, etc. as well as DirectSOFT32
and DSData Server software.
Analog
Outputs
Analog
Inputs
I/O groups tested
Discrete I/O - D2-16TD1-2 discrete
outputs of slot 2 are tied to the D216ND3-2 discrete inputs of slot 0.
Analog I/O - F2-02DAS-2 analog output
channel 1 is tied to the F2-04AD-2
analog input channel 1 of slot 3. The
analog values were scaled from the full 16
bit range down to 12 bit range.
Each group was run independently
through the following cycle 256 times:
Step 1: Set all outputs to Off for a
random number of scans
Step2: Set all outputs to a random value
for a random number of scans
Step 3: Set all outputs to On for a
random number of scans
Step 4: Set all outputs to a random value
for a random number of scans
Since these four steps are repeated 256
times, there are actually 1024 samples of
I/O throughput.
Test results
The results are listed in the tables to the right.
As the number of H2-ERM slaves and I/O
points increase, the I/O throughput times
will remain flat until 64 analog inputs, 64
analog outputs or 1024 discrete I/O points
are exceeded. As the number of D2-RMSM
slaves and I/O points increase, the I/O
throughput times increase proportionally.
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D2-RMSM / D2-RSSS Serial Remote I/O System
Discrete
Outputs
Discrete
Inputs
Analog
Outputs
Discrete I/O Test
Analog
Inputs
I/O Throughput Times
Remote I/O System
Min.
Max.
Avg.
Std. Dev.
H2-ERM / H2-EBC
45ms
71ms
53.32ms
6.14ms
D2-RMSM / D2-RSSS
36ms
56ms
42.29ms
5.81ms
Analog I/O Test
Remote I/O System
I/O Throughput Times
Min.
Max.
Avg.
Std. Dev.
H2-ERM / H2-EBC
46ms
113ms
62.94ms
14.48ms
D2-RMSM / D2-RSSS
64ms
321ms
117.38ms
37.44ms
DL205 Specialty Modules
PLC/PC
ETHERNET BASE CONTROLLER MODULES
Specifications
Ethernet Base
Controller
Modules (EBC)
H2-EBC
H2-EBC-F
Use EBCs
for PC-based control
and for H2-ERM remote
I/O slaves
The H2-EBC and H2-EBC-F Ethernet
Base Controller modules provide a lowcost, high-performance Ethernet link
between your PC-based control system or
ERM remote I/O system and
DirectLOGIC DL205 I/O. The H2-EBC
module supports industry standard
10BaseT Ethernet communications, and
the H2-EBC-F module supports
10BaseFL (fiber optic) Ethernet standards.
The EBC modules are compatible with IP
and IPX protocols for flexible PC communications. EBC modules offer:
• Lower cost on your DirectLOGIC I/O system
compared when to competitive I/O
• Virtually unlimited number of I/O points
• Deterministic I/O updates on dedicated
networks
• Fast I/O updates (<1ms per base)
• On board serial port for possible operator
panel, ASCII In/Out, etc. (serial port not
supported when used with ERM module)
Easy to use,
reliable and fast
The H2-EBC(-F) module plugs into the
CPU slot of any DL205 I/O base and
supports all DL205 discrete and analog
I/O modules, the H2-SERIO and
H2-CTRIO specialty modules.
H2-EBC
Communications
Data Transfer Rate
Link Distance
Ethernet Port / Protocols
Serial Port / Protocols
Power Consumption
Manufacturer
10BaseT Ethernet
H2-EBC-F
10BaseFL Ethernet
10Mbps
10Mbps
100 meters (328 ft)
2,000 meters (6,560 ft)
RJ45, TCP/IP, IPX
ST-style fiber optic , TCP/IP, IPX
RJ12, K-Sequence, ASCII IN/OUT None
320mA
450mA
Host Engineering
Host Engineering
Software developers
For programmers developing custom
drivers for our I/O, we offer a free
Ethernet Software Development Kit
(SDK). The SDK provides a simplified
API for interfacing with the H2-EBC(-F).
The software interface libraries are
provided for WIN32, WIN16, and
DOS operating systems. The source
code is available to developers under a
non-disclosure agreement. Visit the
technical support link at our Web site for
more information.
E-SW05-U
Ethernet Switch
READ I/O
int HEIReadIO
(
HEIDevice *pDevice,
Byte *pBuffer,
WORD BuffSize
);
WRITING I/O
int HEIWriteIO
(
HEIDevice *pDevice,
BYTE *pData,
WORD SizeofData,
BYTE *pReturnData,
WORD *pSizeofReturnData
);
Off-the-shelf
solutions
reference for a single-source integrated
PC-based control solution that ships with
everything you need to make your PC
into an industrial controller. Most of the
software packages listed below allow you
to connect serial devices, such as barcode
readers, to the H2-EBC’s serial port.
You can purchase PC-based control software that is ready to use with the H2EBC(-F) module. PC-based control
packages are equipped with compatible
I/O device drivers, program development
The chart below identifies vendors that have PC-based
tools, and run-time environments. See Control products ready to control DirectLOGIC I/O, or have
products to be released in the immediate future.
the PC-based Control section of this desk
Vendor
Product
Web Address
PLDirect
KEPDirect EBC I/O Server
www.soliton.com.br
Entivity
Think & Do Live
Entivity Studio
Steeplechase
www.entivity.com
KEPware
KEPServerEX
www.kepware.com
Wonderware
InControl
www.wonderware.com
MDSI
OpenCNC
www.mdsi2.com
The D2-INST-M installation and I/O Manual covers information about DL205 I/O modules, power budgeting, and installation and wiring. This manual does
not cover CPU-slot controllers.
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PROFIBUS SLAVE BASE CONTROLLER
Specifications
Profibus Slave
Base Controller
H2-PBC
Module Location
Module Type
Maximum Expansion
CPU slot of any DL205 base
Communications
RS-485 Profibus, Profibus-DP.
Baud rate selectable from 9.6Kbaud to 12M baud.
Module Connectors
Profibus 9-pin D-shell, RJ-12 serial (for configuration only*)
Internal Power Consumption
530mA maximum at 5VDC (supplied by base power supply)
Operating Environment
0ºC to 60ºC (32ºF to 140ºF), 5% to 95% humidity
(non-condensing)
Manufacturer
Host Automation Products
CPU device
126 stations, 32 stations per segment, 9 repeaters in a row
* The serial port is used only for configuration of the H2-PBC firmware.
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Overview
If you are using a Profibus controller
network, the DL205 I/O sub-system can
help reduce the cost of your overall application. The H2-PBC module allows the
micro-modular DL205 I/O sub-system
to be linked with a Profibus master
controller. Profibus is a control bus that
provides a common method to connect
automation equipment with devices on a
single network and significantly reduces
hardwiring costs. Profibus provides specifications for information exchanged
between nodes, such as controller data
associated with low level device and
configuration parameters that are individually related to system operations.
on wiring costs. The H2-PBC module
supports all DL205 discrete and analog
I/O modules and the H2-CTRIO
module.
The Profibus Slave Base Controller also
offers the following:
• Cost-effectiveness: Hardwiring cost is
reduced with a single network for
devices.
• Easy connectivity: Low-cost installation is easy to implement and maintain.
• Diagnostics: Advanced error diagnostics not commonly available in traditional systems are supported.
• High baud rates: Baud rates bring
response time down to 10ms per
device.
• LED indicators: Provide quick indication of DL205 power and operating
mode.
How it works
The H2-PBC module is a Profibus slave,
which can be plugged into the CPU slot
of the DL205 micro-modular family of
I/O bases. The module reports all identification data, diagnostic information,
and parameters that control the module
operation. The H2-PBC module scans
and reports all discrete and analog I/O
data to a Profibus Master. The AC externally-powered DL205 I/O base units
contain a 24 VDC, 0.3A power supply
for simple wiring of sensors and actuators
into the DL205 I/O modules, and for
controlling them with a Profibus Master.
Using our Profibus I/O sub-system will
increase installation flexibility and save
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Connect our micro-modular DL205 I/O…
....
H2-PBC slave
H2-PBC slave
...with your PLC or PCbased Profibus Master.
The D2-INST-M Installation and I/O Manual for covers information about DL205 I/O modules, power budgeting,
and installation and wiring. This manual does not cover CPU-slot controllers.
DL205 Specialty Modules
PLC/PC
PROFIBUS SLAVE BASE CONTROLLER
Baud
Max. Segment Length Max. Expansion
Feet
Meters
Feet
Meters
9.6Kbps
3278ft.
1000m
32786ft
10000m
19.2Kbps
3278ft.
1000m
32786ft
10000m
93.75Kbps
3278ft.
1000m
32786ft
10000m
187.5Kbps
3278ft.
1000m
32786ft
10000m
500Kbps
1311ft.
400m
13114ft
4000m
1.5Mbps
655ft.
200m
6557ft
2000m
3Mbps
327ft.
100m
3270ft
1000m
6Mbps
327ft.
100m
3270ft
1000m
12Mbps
327ft.
100m
3270ft
1000m
DL205 Style of I/O Modules Supported
Discrete Types
Analog Types
4-point Input
4-channel Input
8-point Input
8-channel Input
16-point Input
2-channel Output
32-point Input
8-channel Output
4-point Output
4-channel In/ 2-channel Output
8-point Output
4-channel Thermocouple
16-point Output (includes 12 pt)
4-channel RTD
32-point Output
4-point Input/4 point Output
9-pin D-sub
female
1
2
3
4
5
Recommended Cables
6
7
8
9
9-pin D-sub
male
Pinout
6
7
8
9
9-pin Profibus connector
Pin 1 = shield
Pin 3 = B
Pin 8 = A
1
2
3
4
5
Siemens
6XV1 830 0AH10
Belden
3079A
9-pin D-sub
male
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
To Profibus Master
Controller
Termination Style =
Reversed
Profibus Cable
Node Style = Reversed
ERNI ERbic connectors for
Profibus networks
ERNI ERbic connectors are available for the Profibus Base Controller.
They are available in node and termination reversed styles for DL205 and
PC connections, horizontal or vertical cable entry, and termination or
daisy-chain configurations.
Horizontal entry cable
Vertical entry cable
Contact A
ERNI ERbic connectors
Part No. Description
Device
104577
Profibus-certified reverse
node horizontal connector.
9-pin Male D-Sub
H2-PBC or any Profibus
ISA/PCI Personal
Computer Master/Slave
Card
104322
Profibus-certified reversed
termination horizontal connector. 9-pin Male D-Sub
H2-PBC or any Profibus
ISA/PCI Personal
Computer Master/Slave
Card
Contact B
Shield tied bar
Note: Dimensions are in millimeters.
Contact A
Contact B
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DEVICENET SLAVE MODULE
DeviceNet Slave
Module
DeviceNet Master. Using our DeviceNet
I/O sub-system will increase installation
flexibility and save on wiring costs. The
F2-DEVNETS-1 module supports all
DL205 discrete and analog I/O modules.
F2-DEVNETS-1
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Overview
If you are using a DeviceNet controller
network, the DL205 I/O sub-system will
help reduce the cost of your overall application. The F2-DEVNETS-1 (slave)
module allows the popular micromodular DL205 I/O sub-system to be
linked with a DeviceNet master
controller. DeviceNet is a low-cost
control bus that provides a common
method to connect automation equipment with devices on a single network.
DeviceNet and it significantly reduces
hard wiring costs. The DeviceNet standard provides specifications for information exchanged between nodes, such as
controller data associated with low level
device and configuration parameters
individually related to system operations.
How it works
The F2-DEVNETS-1 module is a
DeviceNet slave, which can be plugged
into the CPU slot of the DL205 micromodular family of I/O bases. This
module maintains a database with all the
identification data, diagnostic information, and parameters that control the
module operation. The F2-DEVNETS-1
module scans and reports all discrete and
analog I/O data to a DeviceNet Master.
The AC externally-powered DL205 I/O
base units contain a 24 VDC, 0.2A
power supply for simple wiring of sensors
and actuators into the DL205 I/O
modules, and for controlling them with a
406
PLC and PC Products
The DeviceNet slave module also offers:
• Cost effectiveness: Hardwiring cost is
reduced with a single network for
devices.
• Easy connectivity: Low-cost four wire
installation is easy to implement and
maintain.
• Innovative technology: Power is integrated into the device.
• Diagnostics: Advanced error diagnostics not commonly available in traditional systems are available.
• Highly dependable: Fast response and
high reliability are featured for
demanding applications.
• LED indicators: Provide quick indication of DL205 power and operating
mode.
F2-DEVNETS-1 Interface Specifications
Module Type
DeviceNet Compatibility
CPU device
Number of I/O
(256 inputs, 256 outputs max.) Defined by number of slots per base.
(1024 inputs, 1024 outputs max.) Defined by DeviceNet slave specifications
Module Location
Maximum Field Devices per bus
Node Address / CAN Baud Rate
CPU slot of any DL205 base
Communication to Field Devices
Standard 4-wire shielded cable to cabinet connector, molded 4-wire cable
@ up to 500Kbps to field devices
Module Connector
ODVA approved pluggable screw connector
Operating Environment
0ºC to 60ºC (32ºF to 140ºF), 5% to 95% humidity
(non-condensing)
Internal Power Consumption
Manufacturer
160mA @ 5VDC
Predefined Group 2 Master/Slave communications.
64 (see table on next page)
Jumper selectable
FACTS Engineering
Connect our micro-modular DL205 I/O…
....
F2-DEVNETS-1 Slave
F2-DEVNETS-1 Slave
...with your PLC
or PC-based
DeviceNet master.
The D2-INST-M Installation and I/O Manual covers information about DL205 I/O modules, power budgeting, and
installation and wiring. This manual does not cover CPU-slot controllers.
DL205 Specialty Modules
PLC/PC
DEVICENET SLAVE MODULE
I/O base and network
considerations
DL205 Style of I/O Modules Supported
All discrete and analog I/O modules are
supported by the F2-DEVNETS-1 slave
module. Choose your DL205 base(s)
and I/O modules using the the information in this section.
Discrete Types
Analog Types
4-point Input
4-channel Input
8-point Input
8-channel Input
16-point Input
2-channel Output
32-point Input
8-channel Output
4-point Output
4-channel In/ 2 channel Output
8-point Output
4-channel thermocouple
16-point Output (includes 12 pt)
4-channel RTD
32-point Output
4-point Input/4 point Output
F2-DEVNETS-1
5
4
3
2
User supplied
120 ohm resisor
1
F2-DEVNETS-1
new features
The F2-DEVNETS-1 module replaces
the F2-DEVNETS module and adds the
following enhancements:
• DIP Switch selectable node address and
CAN baud rate
• ODVA approved pluggable screw
connectors
• 1024 inputs and 1024 outputs as defined
by DeviceNet Slave specifications
(256 physical inputs and 256 physical outputs defined by the number of slots per
I/O base)
5
4
3
2
1
V- (black)
CAN L (blue)
Drain
CAN H (white)
V+(24V)(red)
Trunk Length
Feet
Meters
328ft
100m
DeviceNET cable
Bits/sec
500Kbps
Branch Length
Feet
Meters
20
6m
Devices
64
820ft
250m
250Kbps
20
6m
64
1,640ft
500m
125Kbps
20
6m
64
Other DeviceNet specifications, compatible products, and the latest DeviceNet information are available
through:
Open DeviceNet Vendor Association
Phone: (954) 340-5412 Fax: (954) 340-5413
Internet Address: http://www.odva.org
ODVA, Inc. • 20423 State Road 7 •Boca Raton, FL 33498
The F2-DEVNETS-1 can be used as a
direct replacement for the previous F2DEVNETS through a simple jumper
selection procedure.
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SMART DISTRIBUTED SYSTEM (SDS) I/O
Smart Distributed
System Module
F2-SDS-1
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Overview
If you are already using or planning to
implement an SDS™ controller
network, using the F2-SDS-1 module
and I/O sub-system can help reduce the
cost of your overall application. The
Smart Distributed System™ (SDS)
provides a means to connect automation
equipment and devices on a single
network, which eliminates expensive
hardwiring. This standard communication media and software provides a lowcost method for controllers and devices
to communicate low-level data at high
speeds. The SDS standard provides specifications for information exchange
between nodes, as well as device-level
diagnostics not normally found in other
I/O systems. The F2-SDS-1 module
allows the well-proven micro-modular
DL205 I/O system to be controlled by
your SDS master controller.
How it works
The FS-SDS-1 module plugs into the
CPU slot of any DL205 I/O base. The
module maintains a database with all
identification data, diagnostic information, and parameters that are configured
within the base and control the operation of the SDS slave module and the
I/O. The F2-SDS-1 slave will monitor
and report discrete and analog I/O
module data to a SDS Master. All AC
externally-powered DL205 I/O base
408
PLC and PC Products
units contain a 24VDC, 0.2A power
supply for simple wiring of sensors and
actuators into the DL205 I/O modules,
and for controlling them with a SDS
Master. The F2-SDS-1 module supports
all DL205 discrete and analog I/O
modules. The SDS also offers:
• Cost effectiveness: SDS offers inexpensive controller and industrial DL205
I/O sub-system.
• Easy connectivity: SDS is low-cost, it’s
easy to implement and maintain wiring
system.
• Innovative technology: Power is integrated into the device.
• Diagnostics: SDS offers advanced error
diagnostics not commonly found in
traditional systems.
• High baud rates: Baud rate bring
response time down to 0.10ms per
device.
• LED indicators: Provides indication of
DL205 Smart Distributed System.
F2-SDS-1 Interface Specifications
Module Type
Module Location
Number of I/O
Maximum Field Devices per Bus
CPU device
Max SDS Addresses per CPU
8 discrete, 64 analog
Communication to Field Devices
Standard 4-wire shielded cable to cabinet connector, molded 4-wire cable @
up to 1Mbps to field devices.
Module Connector
5-position removable terminal (European style)
Operating Environment
0ºC to 60ºC (32ºF to 140ºF), 5% to 95% humidity (non-condensing)
Internal Power Consumption
Manufacturer
160mA @ 5VDC
CPU slot of any DL205 base
Defined by number of slots per base
126 (see table next page)
FACTS Engineering
Connect our micro-modular DL205 I/O…
....
F2-SDS-1 Slave
F2-SDS-1 Slave
...with your PLC or PCbased SDS master.
Ask for our D2-INST-M Installation and I/O Manual for complete information about DL205 I/O modules, power
budgeting, and installation and wiring. This manual does not cover CPU-slot controllers.
DL205 Specialty Modules
PLC/PC
SDS I/O
I/O base and network
considerations
DL205 Style of I/O Modules Supported
All discrete (except 32-pt.) and analog
I/O modules are supported by the
F2-SDS-1 slave module. Specialty
modules are not supported by the F2SDS-1 module.
Discrete Types
Analog Types
4-point Input
4-channel Input
8-point Input
8-channel Input
16-point Input
2-channel Output
4-point Output
4-channel In/ 2 channel Output
8-point Output
4-channel Temperature
16-point Output (includes 12 pt)
4-point Input/4 point Output
SDS B us Connection
11 to 25 VDC
Terminal Connector
SHIELD
BUS -BUS +
GND
DC+
120
5
4
3
2
1
Power
S upply
D
D
D
D
A BC DE
User S upplied
To SDS bus
Trunk Length
Bits/sec
Branch Length
Feet
Meters
75ft
22.8m
300ft
91.4m
500Kbps
3
0.9m
126
600ft
182.8m
250Kbps
6
1.8m
126
1,500ft
457.2m
125Kbps
12
3.6m
126
1Mbps
Feet
Meters
1
0.3m
Devices
64
Other SDS specifications, compatible products, and latest SDS literature information are made available
through:
Honeywell MICRO SWITCH Division
Internet: http://www.honeywell.sensing.com
e-mail:[email protected]
Comments to:
SDS Council, IL50/B4-523
Honeywell Micro Switch Division
11 West Spring Street
Freeport, IL 61032
Phone: (800)537-6945 • Fax: (815) 235-5623
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COPROCESSOR MODULE
Features
Triple-port BASIC
CoProcessor
F2-CP128
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Overview
The BASIC CoProcessor Module interfaces the DL205 family of programmable
controllers with bar code readers,
operator
interface
terminals,
instrumentation equipment, computers
and other serial devices.
BASIC CoProcessor™
applications
BASIC CoProcessors are designed for use
with intelligent devices such as:
• Bar code readers
• Welders
• Board level controllers
• Serial printers
• Intelligent sensors
• Almost any device with an
RS232C/R2422/RS 485 port
They are also good solutions for applications requiring complex math, such as
floating point math, sine, cosine,
tangent, exponential, square roots, etc.
• FACTS Extended BASIC and ABM
Commander for Windows software for
IBM PCs makes program development
fast and simple. Allows online, fullscreen BASIC program editing and the
ability to upload / download programs
on disk. The CD-ROM includes
MODBUS master and slave BASIC
programs and other application examples.
• Non-volatile memory of up to 128K
allows multiple program storage and
execution, DL205 register expansion,
and retentive data storage and retrieval.
• 26MHz BASIC CoProcessor provides
fast program execution independent of
the CPU scan.
• Three buffered ports permit communication from the module to three
external devices.
• The module is programmable from
port 1 or 2 for complete serial port
utilization without switching cables.
• A real-time clock/calendar maintains
time/date with battery backup when
power outages occur. Programmable
time based BASIC interrupts to .010 of
a second.
• Direct access of up to 254 bytes of
DL205 CPU memory per scan is
possible. No supporting ladder logic is
required.
• Floating point math solves complex
formulas to eight significant digits.
Example Application
Barcode scanner
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Scale
DL205 Specialty Modules
PLC/PC
COPROCESSOR
Triple Port BASIC Coprocessor Module Specification
Module Type
CoProcessor™, Intelligent
Modules per CPU
Seven maximum, any slot in CPU base (except slot zero)
Communication
256 character type-ahead input buffer on all ports. Ports are independently programmed by software. Seven or eight data bits, one or two
stop bits, even, odd, or no parity. XON/XOFF software flow control and RTS/CTS handshake.
F2-CP128
128K bytes of battery-backed RAM. 26MHz clock rate
Port 1: RS232C/422/485, 115.2K baud maximum
Port 2: RS232C/422/485, 57.6K baud maximum
Port3*: RS232C, 19.2 baud max.
* Port 3 physically located in the same RJ12 jack as Port 1 (RS232). Port 3 uses the RTS/CTS pins on that jack. If you use these lines for other purposes
(e.g. hardware handshaking on Port 1), then Port 3 cannot be used.
ABM Commander for Windows
(CD included with module)
Programming /documentation software for IBM PCs comes standard.
Key features include:
• Shipped with each coprocessor module
• Runs under Windows 95/98/2000
• On-line full-screen BASIC program editing (similar to GW Basic, with industrial application enhancements added for easier programming)
• Internal Editor for block copy, block move, search and replace
• Text upload and download BASIC programs on disk
• Binary upload and download BASIC programs and data on disk
• Download control statement allows multiple programs to be downloaded and saved with one download file.
• CD includes Modbus master and slave BASIC programs and other application examples
Field Termination
Four RJ12 jacks: Port 1/3 RS232, Port 2 RS232, Port 1 RS422/485, Port 2 RS422/485
Power Consumption
235mA @ 5VDC
Operating Environment
0ºC - 60ºC (32ºF - 140ºF), 5% to 95% humidity (non-condensing)
Manufacturer
FACTS Engineering
PLC and PC Products
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HIGH-SPEED COUNTER I/O MODULE
HIgh-Speed
Counter I/O
Modules
H2-CTRIO
time to incoming signals so there is no
delay waiting for the CPU to scan I/O.
The CTRIO module is designed to work
with incremental encoders or other field
devices that send pulse outputs.
CTRIO features
The CTRIO modules offer the following
I/O features:
• 8 DC sink/source inputs, 9-30VDC
• 4 isolated sink/source DC outputs,
5-30 VDC, 1A per point
Inputs supported:
H4-CTRIO
• 2 quadrature encoders counters up to
100KHz, or 4 single channel counters up to
100KHz
• 4 high-speed discrete inputs for Reset,
Inhibit or Capture
Outputs supported:
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• 4 independently configurable high-speed
discrete outputs or 2 channels pulse output control (20Hz-25KHz per channel or
50KHz if only using one channel)
• Pulse and direction or cw/ccw pulses
Software
Configuration
T1H-CTRIO
All scaling and configuration is done via
CTRIO Workbench, a Windows software utility. This eliminates the need for
ladder programming to set up the
module. CTRIO Workbench runs under
Windows 98/2000/XP and NT 4.0 SP5
or later.
CTRIO Workbench main configuration screen
Typical applications:
• High-speed cut-to-length operations using
encoder input
• Pick-and-place or indexing functions
controlling a stepper drive
• Dynamic registration for web material
control
• Accurate frequency counting for speed
control with onboard scaling
• PLS (Programmable Limit Switch) functions for high-speed packaging, gluing, or
labeling
• Sub 10 usec pulse-catch capability for
high-speed product detection
• Functions for level or flow
Supported systems
Multiple CTRIO modules can reside in
the same base provided that the backplane power budget is adequate.
DL205
You can use the H2-CTRIO module
with D2-240, D2-250(-1) and D2-260
CPUs. The module plugs into any I/O
slot of any DirectLOGIC 205 base
except slot 0. (It is not supported in
expansion bases at this time.)
DL405
You can use the H4-CTRIO module
with the D4-430, D4-440 and D4-450
CPUs. The module plugs into any I/O
slot of any DirectLOGIC 405 base and is
supported in expansion bases.
DL205 WinPLC
You can use the H2-CTRIO module
with the DL205 WinPLCs (H2WPLC*-**). The module plugs into any
I/O slot of any DirectLOGIC 205 base.
Overview
PC-based control systems
The High-Speed Counter I/O (CTRIO)
module is designed to accept high-speed
pulse-type input signals and provide
discrete outputs for monitoring, alarm,
or control functions. The CTRIO
module offers great flexibility for applications that call for counting or timing,
based on an input pulse.
The CTRIO module has its own microprocessor and operates asynchronously
with respect to the CPU. This means
that on-board outputs respond in real-
The CTRIO modules can be used in
H2, H4 or T1H-EBC based I/O system.
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Use Configure I/O screen to assign the
CTRIO input and output functions
ERM to EBC systems
The CTRIO modules are supported in
the EBC slaves in H*-ERM systems.
This includes the supported DL205
CPUs, DL405 CPUs and WinPLCs
systems.
Note: The CTRIO modules are not
supported in T1K-RSSS, D2-RSSS or
D4-RS remote I/O bases.
DL205 Specialty Modules
PLC/PC
HIGH-SPEED COUNTER
I/O specifications
CTRIO Output Specifications
CTRIO Input Specifications
Primary Inputs
4-pts. sink/source 100K Hz Max
Secondary Inputs
4-pts., high speed, for Reset, Inhibit, or
Capture
Minimum Pulse Width
5 µsec
Input Voltage Range
9-30VDC
Maximum Voltage
30VDC
Input Voltage Protection
Zener Clamped at 33VDC
Rated Input Current
8mA typical 12mA maximum
Minimum ON Voltage
9.0VDC
Maximum OFF Voltage
3.0VDC
Minimum ON Current
5.0mA (9VDC required to guarantee ON
state)
Maximum OFF Current
Outputs
4-pts., independently isolated, current sourcing
or sinking (open collector)
Pulse Output Control
2 channels, 20Hz - 25kHz, pulse and direction
or cw/ccw pulses
Voltage Range
5VDC - 36VDC
Maximum Voltage
36VDC
Output Clamp Voltage
60VDC
Maximum Load Current
1.0A
Maximum Load Voltage
36VDC
Maximum Leakage Current
100µA
Inrush Current
5A for 20ms
OFF to ON Response
Less than 3µsec
3.0mA
ON to OFF Response
Less than 3µsec
OFF to ON Response
Less than 3 µsec
External Power Supply
For loop power only, not required for internal
module function*
ON to OFF Response
Less than 3 µsec
Overcurrent Protection
15A max
Counting Range
+/- 2.1 billion (31 bits + sign bit)
Thermal Shutdown
Tjunction = 150°C
Overtemperature Reset
Tjunction = 130°C
Target Position Range
+/- 2.1 billion (31 bits + sign bit)
Duty Cycle Range
0.1% to 99.9% in 0.1% increments
General
Module Type
Intelligent
Modules Per Base
Limited only by power consumption
I/O Points Used
None, I/O maps directly in PLC V-memory or PC control access
Field Wiring Connector
Standard removable terminal block
Internal Power Consumption
400mA @ 5VDC from base power
Maximum of 6 Watts (all I/O in ON state
at max voltage/current)
Operating Environment
32°F to 140°F (0°C to 60°C), Humidity
(non-condensing)
5%
to 95%
Manufacturer
Host Automation Products
Isolation
2500V I/O to Logic, 1000V among Input
Channels and All Outputs
* User supplied 5VDC power source required for
most stepper drive configurations
Resources
Counter/Timer
Four (2 per 4 input channel group)
Resource Options
1X, 2X, or 4X Quadrature, Up or Down Counter
Timer Resolution
1 µsec
Counter Range
+/- 2.1 billion
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LED Diagnostic Definitions
Status indicators
H2-CTRIO Module Status LED Indicators
OK
ER
1A
2A
0
User Program Error
1
Ch 1 A Status / Pulses 2
Ch 2 A Status / Pulses 3
Module OK
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Module OK
User Program Error
User Program
User Program
Term Blk err (405 only)
Ch 1 A Status / Pulses
Ch 1 B Status / Pulses
Ch 1 C Status / Pulses
2A
2B
2C
2D
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Error LED
Description
ON
ON
205 Base Power is Out of +5 Range
Out 0
ON
OFF
RUN Mode
Out 1
Blinking
Blinking
Boot Mode - Used for Field OS Upgrades
Out 2
Blinking
OFF
Program Mode
Out 3
OFF
Blinking
Module Self-diagnostic Failure
OFF
ON
Module Error Due to Watchdog Timeout
OFF
OFF
No Power to Module
T1H/H4-CTRIO Module Status LED Indicators
OK
ER
CH1
CH2
TB
1A
1B
1C
1D
OK LED
Ch 2 A Status / Pulses
Ch 2 B Status / Pulses
Ch 2 C Status / Pulses
Ch 2 D Status / Pulses
Out 0
Out 1
Out 2
Out 3
Ch 1 D Status / Pulses
H2-CTRIO 1A, 2A LEDS
Based on Configuration of Channel 1 or 2
Blinking 7 times per second
Input is Configured as Counter and is Changing
Following State of Input
Input is not Configured as Counter
T1H / H4-CTRIO CH1, CH2 LEDS Based on Configuration of Channel 1 or 2
Blinking 7 times per second
Input is Configured as Counter and is Changing
Following State of Input
Input is not Configured as Counter
T1H / H4-CTRIO 1A-1D LEDS
2A-2D LEDS
Follows the actual state of the connected input device
Output LEDs (Y) 0 - (Y) 3
Follows the actual state of the output
Installation and wiring
The CTRIO module is a two channel device. Each channel accepts four optically isolated input signals
that share the same common. Input circuits can be wired with either polarity without changing the
module configuration. Channel 1 inputs can have the opposite polarity from channel 2 inputs.
The module is configured using CTRIO Workbench. The function of
each input is defined in the configuration of the module (counting,
timing, reset, etc.).
Field device wiring must be compatible with the module configuration.
Each output circuit is optically isolated from the other outputs. Output
commons are independent but can be tied together using internal
jumpers. All four discrete outputs are available to be energized in
response to any of the inputs.
See the notes below for further details about power source considerations, circuit polarities, and field devices.
Notes:
1. Inputs (1A, 1B, 1C, 1D and 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D) require user-provided 9-30VDC
power sources. Terminals 1M and 2M are the commons for Channel 1 and
Channel 2 inputs. Maximum current consumption is 12mA per input point.
2. Polarity of the input power sources (shown above) can be reversed.
Consideration must be given, however, to the polarity of the field device.
Many field devices are designed for only one polarity and can be damaged if
power wiring is reversed.
3. Outputs have one polarity only (as shown above) and are powered by user-provided
5-36VDC power sources. The maximum allowable current per output circuit is 1A.
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CTR
+24VDC
IN
OUT PUTS
0
OK
1
ER
C1
2
3
C TR 2
H2--CTRI O
IN 9-30VDC 5-12mA
OUT 5-36VDC
1.0A max
per point
2A
2B
2C
2D
2M
C2
Y2
C3
Y3
1A
1B
1C
1D
1M
NC
C0
Y0
C1
Y1
Note: The physical layout of the T1H/H4-CTRIO
terminal blocks are different than the H2-CTRIO
terminal block layout shown above. However, the
electrical connection identifiers are the same.
DL205 Specialty Modules
PLC/PC
HIGH-SPEED COUNTER
Solid state input
wiring device
Pulse output schematic
DC types of field devices are configured
to either sink or source current. This
affects the wiring of the device to the
CTRIO module. Refer to the
sinking/sourcing appendix in this desk
reference for a complete explanation of
sinking and sourcing concepts.
NPN Field Device (sink)
This drawing illustrates wiring that is
typical for Channel 1 terminals 1A, 1B,
1C, and 1D. The same circuitry is also
present at the corresponding
Channel 2 terminals.
1A
Sensing Circuit
24VDC
- +
1M
The same circuitry is present at the
corresponding Channel 2 terminal.
24VDC
PNP Field Device (source)
Sensing Circuit
This drawing illustrates wiring that is
typical for Channel 1 terminals 1A, 1B,
1C, and 1D. The same circuitry is also
present at the corresponding
Channel 2 terminals.
+
Stepper drive
wiring example
-
1A
1M
The same circuitry is present at the
corresponding Channel 2 terminal.
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HIGH-SPEED COUNTER
Fill-in-the-blank
configuration software
CTRIO Workbench configure I/O setup
The CTRIO Workbench is the software utility used to configure
the CTRIO module and to scale signals to desired engineering
units. Workbench also allows you to perform various other functions, such as switching between the CTRIO’s Program mode and
Run mode, monitoring I/O status and functions, and diagnostic
control of module functions. The CTRIO Workbench utility ships
with the CTRIO User Manual. You can also download the latest
version free at the Host Engineering Web site: www.hosteng.com.
The Configure IO dialog is the location where input and
output functions are assigned to the module. The choice of
input and output functions determines which options are
available. The input function boxes prompt you with selections for supported functions. The Workbench software automatically disallows any unsupported configurations.
CTRIO Workbench main configuration screen
Select modules from multiple
networked PLCs
H2-CTRIO
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Save and load configurations
with Read/Write File feature
H4-CTRIO
T1H-CTRIO
Configure I/O screen
Detailed snap-shot of module
status and configurations
CTRIO Workbench diagnostics and monitoring
The Monitor I/O dialog is accessible from the main Workbench dialog
when the module is in Run Mode. This allows for convenient way to
test and debug your configuration prior to installation. The Monitor
I/O dialog is divided into two functional areas: Input Functions and
Output Functions. The data displayed under the Input Functions tab
includes the current status of each configured input and output function. The fields displayed under the Output Functions tab includes all
configuration information that can be altered during runtime and the
bits that indicate successful transfers or errors.
Monitor I/O screen
Monitor I/O dialog include
for easy de-bug features
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CTRIO Workbench on-board scaling
Scaling raw signals to engineering units is accomplished
using the Scaling Wizard. The Scaling Wizard options are
different for the Counter functions as compared with the
Timer functions. “Position” and “Rate” scaling are available
when you select a Counter function. “Interval” scaling is
available when you select a Timing function.
Scaling Wizard screen
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High-speed input operations
High-speed counting
The CTRIO can be configured for counting functions for
the use of an encoder input, (up to two quadrature encoders
per module) with available connections for external reset
and inhibit signals. In a simple cut to length application as
shown, the encoder provides an input position reference for
the material to the module. The module's high speed
outputs are wired to the cutting device and to the clutch
and/or braking device. When the count from the encoder is
equal to a pre-programmed setpoint within the module, the
high speed outputs are activated to stop and cut the material to a repeatable fixed length. Additionally, the
clutch/brake signal can be used for an inhibit signal to not
accumulate counts while the material is being cut.
The CTRIO module is capable of a wide variety of
high speed input and output operations all within one
module. With its flexible 2-channel input and separate
2-channel output design, the CTRIO can satisfy both
high-speed counting, timing, pulse catch operations,
along with high speed discrete output or several
profile choices of pulse output operations. Not all
combinations of input functions and output functions
are possible within the resources of the module, but
the following examples are some of the most common
applications for the CTRIO. Check out these examples and see how they relate to your high speed application needs.
High-speed cut-to-length application
High-speed timing
Also applicable to DL405
and Terminator I/O
CTRIO modules
The CTRIO can be configured for timing functions
based on both count or rate. Using a common
configuration of a proximity switch sensing the teeth
on a gear, the module is able to calculate the velocity
of the gear based on the rate it receives its counts.
This value can be scaled within the module to the
engineering units required for the application.
Also applicable to DL405
and Terminator I/O
CTRIO modules
High-speed timing application
Motor
Interface
Motor
control
lines
PLC with
CTRIO
module
Gearbox, clutch and
brake interface
CTRIO high
speed output
Encoder
Gear
Cutter assembly
PLC with
CTRIO module
Proximity switch
Cutter interface
Material to be
cut to length
Using Configure I/O screen to configure
CTRIO for high-speed counting
Photoelectric switch
High-speed edge timing application
Using Configure I/O screen to configure CTRIO for high-speed timing
Point-click selections of
hardwired connection for Counting,
Reset, and Inhibit
Powerful edge timing functions clicking on the edge button cycles through the
available edge timing functions available
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Also applicable to DL405
and Terminator I/O
CTRIO modules
Pulse output operations
Using Edit Pulse Profile screen to select Trapezoid pulse output profile
PLC with
CTRIO
module
Fill spout
CTRIO pulse output signals
Fill-in-the-blank parameters
allow precise tuning of the output
pulse profile
Stepper or
servo drive
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Pulse output for stepper/servo control
The CTRIO module is capable of multiple configurations for
pulse output control, most often when connected to a stepper or
servo drive system. The module can deliver a pulse output signal
up to a maximum of 25Khz on two channels with support for
pulse-and-direction or CW/CCW pulses. The available profile
choices include Trapezoid, S-Curve, Symmetrical S-Curve,
Dynamic Positioning, and Pulse to Limit. All profiles can be
easily configured using the CTRIO Workbench software with
fill-in-the-blank parameter fields and a graphic representation of
the selected profile.
Example application
In a simple rotary indexing application, as shown above, a fixed
Trapezoid profile is chosen. The CTRIO for this application is
wired to a stepper drive for pulse-and-direction. The requirement for this application is to provide a smooth movement of
the rotary table to allow product to be filled into individual
containers equal distance apart. The predetermined number of
pulses required for each movement is entered into the CTRIO
Workbench as "Total Pulses" along with the Starting Frequency,
Ending Frequency, and Positioning Frequency (speed after acceleration). The Acceleration and Deceleration parameters are
entered in units of time, so no ramp-distance calculations are
required. After all parameters are entered, a graphical representation of the configured profile is shown automatically. Once the
configuration has been downloaded to the module, all that is
needed is from the PLC CPU is the Enable Output signal to
begin a movement.
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Stepper motor
inside housing
Circular turn table
Rotary indexing liquid fill application
Other common pulse output applications:
•S-Curve accel/decel profile for signaling a stepper or servo drive
that needs a curved acceleration and deceleration profile, i.e. for
diminishing any initial “jerk” upon movement of static products,
boxes on conveyors, liquids in containers on an indexer, printing
registrations, etc.
•Dynamic Positioning for any run-to-a-specific-position requirement, either by a pre-programmed count of an external high speed
discrete input wired to the module. This is popular in winding or
webcontrol with any dynamic registration mark or variable speed
requirement.
•Pulse to limit for constant velocity or home search routines.
Example of S-Curve acceleration and deceleration
pulse output profile
Calculate Profile displays
graphical representation of output
pulse profile
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HIGH-SPEED COUNTER
Combining high-speed input
and pulse output operations
Multihead drill machine application
Using CTRIO Workbench to configure the module for simultaneous
high-speed input and high-speed pulse output operation
Proximity switch
Proximity switch
Proximity switch
Encoder
Stepper or
servo drive
PLC with
CTRIO
module
High-Speed inputs and pulse output
combinations
The flexible design of the CTRIO module allows for
combining high speed inputs and delivering high speed
pulse outputs signals simultaneously. There are limitations
to this type of configuration in that the module does not
internally support closed loop control. Providing closed
loop control with the CTRIO involves additional PLC
code to coordinate this control, making the application
subject to the PLC CPU program scan. Simple
position/speed monitoring via a high speed counting input
for non-critical response while providing pulse outputs to a
drive, is easily achievable for the CTRIO.
PLC CPU program
Also applicable to DL405
and Terminator I/O
CTRIO modules
Example application
In the simple drill-head application shown above, the
CTRIO pulse outputs are wired to a stepper and/or servo
drive. The inputs are wired to an encoder attached to the
lead screw on the movable portion of the drill-head
assembly. The CTRIO module output pulse train to the
drive allows the motor to spin the lead screw making the
drill move forward into the passing material. The encoder
monitors the speed and position of the drill-head. Prox
switches at each end act as limit switches ensuring the drillhead will not over-travel. A home sensor is positioned in the
middle of the assembly which allows the PLC to reset the
count.
CTRIO pulse output profile
Closed loop control for the CTRIO module requires PLC
CPU program interaction to close the loop. This makes the
application subject to the PLC CPU scan.
CTRIO high-speed input pulse train
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COUNTER INTERFACE MODULE
Counter
Interface Module
D2-CTRINT
Overall module specifications
Module Type
Modules per CPU
Discrete
I/O Points Used
8 inputs, 8 outputs
Field Wiring
Connector
Internal Power
Consumption
Standard 8 pt. removable terminal block
Operating
Environment
Manufacturer
One only in slot adjacent to CPU
50mA from 5VDC max., (supplied by the CPU base power
supply)
32ºF to 140ºF
(0ºC to 60ºC) humidity (noncondensing) 5% to 95%
Koyo Electronics
Input specifications
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Overview
The DL205 CPUs can be configured to
work with the D2-CTRINT to provide
the following features. (Only one D2CTRINT can be used in a DL205 base).
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• Up to two built-in 5KHz high-speed counters with 24 presets each
When the preset is reached, an interrupt
routine in the CPU is executed. The D2-240
and D2-250 support 2 channels and the
D2-230 supports 1 channel.
• Quadrature encoder input for clockwise
and counter clockwise position control
(D2-240/250)
• Programmable pulse output with external
interrupts and separate acceleration and
deceleration profiles for positioning and
velocity control (5K pulses per second
max) (D2-240/250)
• 4 External interrupt inputs for immediate
responses to tasks.
• Pulse catch feature allows the CPU to read
4 inputs, each having a pulse width as
small as 0.1ms.
• Programmable filters for reading up to 4
input signals to ensure input signal
integrity
• Combine features to utilize the full potential of the module. Some modes do not use
all available points. So in some cases, you
can assign one of the other features to the
point(s) not used by the main mode of
operation.
• Even though some modes can be used
together, you cannot use the module for
closed-loop control (i.e., you cannot use
pulse output and counter input features
together).
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Input
4 pts. sink/source 5KHz
Max
Minimum pulse width 100 µSec
Input voltage range
Maximum voltage
Rated input current
12 or 24VDC ±15%
30VDC
10mA Typical
13mA Maximum
Minimum
ON voltage
8.0VDC
Maximum
OFF voltage
1.0VDC
Minimum
ON Current
Maximum
OFF Current
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
8.0mA
1.0mA
Less than 30µS
Less than 30µS
Output specifications
Output
2 pts., current sinking,
5KHz Max
Voltage range
Maximum voltage
Maximum load
current
5.0VDC±15%
Minimum load voltage
Leakage current
4.5VDC
Inrush current
OFF to ON response
On to OFF response
External power supply
0.5A (10mS)
5.5VDC
30mA
Less than 0.1mA at
5.5VDC
Less than 30µS
Less than 30µS
5.0VDC±10%
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COUNTER INTERFACE MODE 10
Mode 10:
two high-speed up
counter inputs
Each DL205 CPU has internal features
that support high-speed counting up to
5KHz. (Two counters for the D2-240,
D2-250(-1) and D2-260, only one for
the D2-230). You connect the external
pulse input and reset input signals to the
internal counter by using the counter
interface module (D2-CTRINT). The
embedded counters are independent of
the CPU ladder logic execution, so
counting is not affected by the scan time.
When the counter reaches a preset value
(up to 24 presets per counter), the CPU
stops executing the main program and
executes an interrupt subroutine that is
associated with the UP counter (one
interrupt subroutine per UP counter).
You can program the subroutine with
any of the instructions that are normally
available in subroutines. Also, an internal
“Equal” relay assigned to each preset is
set ON when the associated preset
matches the actual count (24 “Equal”
relays per counter). This allows you to
easily trigger actions based on the current
count. For example, you could use
Immediate I/O instructions to provide a
fast response. The CPU resumes normal
operations from where it left off after the
interrupt subroutine is finished.
Turning the Enable input of the counter
off and on will halt and resume the
counting. Counters can reset either by an
Input Specifications
Input Voltage
Frequency
Input Assignments for Up counter
12 or 24VDC
Input 1
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
5KHz maximum
Minimum Pulse Width
100µS
Maximum Count
99,999,999
Preset Types
Absolute or
Incremental
Number of Presets
24 per counter
Interrupt Priority
Counter 1 over
Counter 2
external signal (X2, X3) or by special
internal relays that can be activated by
the program. Presets can be either
absolute or incremental. Absolute presets
are compared directly to the actual
count. Incremental presets compare the
actual count to the result of adding the
associated preset value to the previous
preset value.
Up count of UP counter 1 (X0)
Built-in high-speed counter
Up count of UP counter 2 (X1)
External Counter 1 reset (X2)
E nable
External Counter 2 reset (X3)
Dummy*
R es et
Up count 2
R es et
Program
signals
E xternal
signals
Use UP/DN
Counter
Box (UDC)
for Program
(D2--CTRINT)
Example with two counters
E nable
Program
signals
Dummy
D2--CTRINT Terminals
R es et
P uls es
0
Up count 1
R es et
2
E nable
1
Dummy
3
R es et
R es et1
P uls es
R es et2
E xternal
signals
Program
signals
Up count 2
R es et
Count
E qual relay
Counter 1: 24 pres ets and E qual relays
P res e
1
2
3
.
.
.
24
AAAA
BBBB
CCCC
E qual relay
AAAA
BBBB
CCCC
YE S
Internal
Compare
Is Count 2
equal to
any
preset
value?
XXXX
If Count 2 = Any Pres et
1) S et preset equal relay ON.
2) Interrupt CPU program operation and
perform interrupt subroutine
S P 540
E xample of
Counter 1 interrupt
Interrupt normal program scan
and execute subroutine when the
actual count is equal to any preset
Normal
Program
S P 541
Subroutine
S P 542
Interrupt
#1
XXXX
YE S
If Count 1 = Any Pres et
1) S et preset equal relay ON.
2) Interrupt CPU program operation and
perform interrupt subroutine
E xternal
signals
Counter 2: 24 pres ets and E qual relays
P res et
Is Count 1
equal to
any
preset
value?
S P 567
Return to normal
program when
subroutine is
complete
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Mode 20:
one up/down counter
(quadrature counter)
of the CPU ladder logic execution, so
counting is not affected by the scan time.
When the counter reaches a preset value
(up to 24 presets), the CPU stops
executing the main program and
executes an interrupt subroutine that is
associated with the counter. You can
program the subroutine with any of the
instructions that are normally available
in subroutines. Also, an internal "Equal"
relay assigned to each preset is set ON
when the associated preset matches the
actual count. This allows you to easily
trigger actions based on the current
count. For example, you could use
Immediate I/O instructions to provide a
fast response. The CPU resumes normal
operations from where it left off after the
interrupt subroutine is finished.
Turning the ENABLE input of the
By selecting Mode 20, the two highspeed UP counters (5KHz) embedded
internally in the D2-240, D2-250(-1)
and D2-260 CPUs are configured to
operate as a single 5KHz Up/Down
counter (not available in D2-230). Two
external pulse inputs (count up and
count down) and one reset input signal
are connected to this internal Up/Down
counter by means of the D2-CTRINT
counter interface module. In addition,
there are two signals used in the control
program: a counter enable input, and a
counter reset input.
Just like the UP counter, the
UP/DOWN counter is also independent
Up/Down Counter Specifications
Input voltage
Frequency
Built-in UP/DN counter
Input Assignment for
the Up/Down Counter
12 or 24 VDC
5KHz maximum
Input 1
Phase A (X0)
counter off and on will halt and resume
the counting. Presets can be either
absolute or incremental. Absolute presets
are compared directly to the actual
count. Incremental presets compare the
actual count to the result of adding the
associated preset value with the previous
preset value.
E nable
Dummy*
R es et
Minimum pulse width
100µs
Input 2
Phase B (X1)
Count Range
-8,388,608 to 8,388,607
Input 3
External counter reset (X2)
Preset Types
Absolute or incremental
Number of presets
24 (Two words per preset)
P has e A
Program
signals
P has e B
E xternal
signals
R es et
(D2--CTRINT)
Use UP/DN
Counter Box
(UDC) for
Program
Example of Up/Down Counter
Quadrature encoder
Built--in
UP/DN Counter
P has e B
P has e A
Internal
Compare
If Up/Down count = Preset
E nable
Dummy
R es et
0
P has e A
1
E xternal
Reset
Program
signals
=
P has e B
2
R es et
E xternal
signals
Is UP/DN
count value
equal to
preset value?
YE S
D2--CTRINT Terminals
Up to 24 pres ets and E qual relays
P res et
1
2
3
.
.
.
24
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AAAA
BBBB
CCCC
AAAA
BBBB
CCCC
E xample of UP/DN
Counter interrupt
1) S et preset equal
relay ON.
2) Interrupt CPU pro-gram operation and
perform interrupt
subroutine
Interrupt normal program scan
and execute subroutine when the
actual count is equal to any preset
E qual relay
Normal
Program
Subroutine
Interrupt
#1
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XXXX
Return to normal
program when
subroutine is
complete
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COUNTER INTERFACE MODE 30
Mode 30:
pulse output
vating Y4. LEDs on the front indicate
interrupt, clockwise and counterclockwise output status.
The trapezoid profile is also referred to as
the Automatic acceleration/deceleration
profile. Specify a target destination
(number of pulses), a starting velocity
(pulses per second), a positioning
velocity, an acceleration time, and a
deceleration time. Once you have specified these parameters, the module automatically controls the actual acceleration
/deceleration velocity and pulse output.
Acceleration/deceleration times can be in
the range of 100ms to 10 seconds. This
mode also allows you to perform simple
registration. By using the external interrupt, you can delay counting toward the
target number of pulses until the interrupt occurs.
By selecting Mode 30, you can use the
pulse output feature with a D2-240, D2250(-1) and D2-260 CPUs to build
simple motion and positioning control
systems. Transfer and indexing tables are
common applications. Choose the
profile and motion parameters by using
special CPU V-memory locations that
are designated for use with the Counter
Interface module. The module can be
configured for independent CW/CCW
pulse train output, or step and direction,
regardless of the profile chosen. The
pulses are sent out independently of the
CPU scan, so scan time does not affect
the pulse generation. The pulse output is
enabled through ladder logic by actiPulse Output Specifications
Complex
acceleration/deceleration
allows you to specify a target destination,
an overall positioning velocity, and up to
four steps each of acceleration/deceleration. Each acceleration/deceleration step
can be configured individually for a
target pulse count and positioning
velocity. Also, you do not have to use all
four steps. You can choose the number
that works best for your particular application.
You can also choose a velocity-only
mode. In this scenario, you only control
the velocity. There is no target destination (number of pulses). Simply change
the velocity value as necessary to achieve
the desired results.
Input Assignments for the Up/Down
Counter
External Power Supply 5VDC±10%
Output Frequency
5KHz maximum
Target Pulse Range
-8,388,608 to 8,388,607
Velocity Range
40 to 5000 pulses/sec
(in units of 10 pulses)
Pulse Distance
1 to 9999 per step
Input 1: (01)
External interrupt
Output 1: (03)
CW pulse output
Output 2: (04)
CCW pulse output
D2--240 or
D2--250
CP U
S tep
Motor
P uls e E nable
X20
Y4
S imple
V--memory
S etup
Automated acceleration / deceleration
D2--CTRINT
Terminals
00
Drive
Amplifier
Velocity (Hz)
80
0
60
0
40
0
20
0
}
Pulse Output
parameters
Pulse
Output
target = 7000 pulses
positioning velocity = 800 Hz
S tarting velocity =
40 to 1000 Hz
E xternal
Interrupt
trapezoid profile
100ms to 10 secs
Acceleration
100ms to 10 secs
Deceleration
7000 pulses
0 pulses
{
01
02
03
04
CW Pulse)
CCW
(Dir)
Time
Velocity control
Stepping acceleration / deceleration
Velocity (Hz)
80
0
60
0
40
0
20
0
3
target = 7000
pulses
2
50
0 pulses
(Y4)
1
2
3
1
200
450
Acceleration
Pulse enable
Velocity (Hz)
80
0
60
0
40
0
20
0
Positioning velocity = 800 Hz
700 pulses
5700
300
200
Deceleration
6400 pulses
100
Time
Time
Points are only changes in velocity
There is no target pulse count
7000 pulses
Pulse enable
(Y4)
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COUNTER INTERFACE MODE 40/50
Mode 40: four
external interrupts
By selecting Mode 40, you can use the
Counter Interface as a high-speed interrupt input module. The D2230/240/250(-1)/260 CPUs support this
mode.
An interrupt input is especially useful in
applications that have a high priority
event that requires special operations to
be performed. When this high-priority
event occurs, the interrupt module senses
an ON input signal. The module auto-
matically informs the CPU to interrupt
its present operation. The CPU immediately suspends its routine scan cycle
execution and jumps to a subroutine
identified with that particular interrupt
input signal point. You can program the
subroutine with any of the instructions
that are normally available in subroutines. For example, you could use immediate I/O instructions to immediately
read inputs and update outputs without
waiting on the normal I/O update cycle.
When the subroutine is complete, the
CPU automatically resumes the normal
scan cycle starting at the exact location
from where it was interrupted. The CPU
continues the routine scan until another
interrupt signal is sensed.
Signal
Received
Interrupt Input Specifications
Four Interrupts
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Point Assignments X2, X3)
Normal
Program
(X0, X1,
Minimum Pulse
Width
100µS
Trigger
Leading edge
Interrupt Priority
X0 first, X1 second, X2 third,
X3 fourth
Interrupt
Subroutines
Four (INT0, INT1, INT2, INT3)
Subroutine
Interrupt
#1
Mode 50: four pulse
catch inputs
By selecting Mode 50, the D2-230, D2240, and D2-250 CPUs can capture very
fast (narrow) pulse inputs that cannot
normally be detected during the normal
input update cycle. Up to four different
external inputs (X0, X1, X2, X3), with
pulse widths as small as 0.1ms (and a
pulse period greater than 0.5ms) can be
trapped. When an external pulse is
encountered, X0-X3 is set in the ON state
for the next scan of the CPU and automatically set to the OFF state. Like the
other modes, the pulse catch feature operates independently of the CPU scan.
Pulse Period
0.5ms
Pulse Catch Input Specifications
Point assignments
Four inputs (X0, X1, X2,
X3)
E xternal signal
X0
Minimum pulse width 0.1ms
Pulse Period
More than 0.5ms
Trigger
Leading edge
Pulse width
0.1ms
PLC S can Cycle
(scan number: X)
Input
Update
S olve user logic
Input
Pulse
X0
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Output
Update
Input
Update
S olve user logic
(scan number: X+2)
Output
Update
Input
Update
S olve user logic
Output
Update
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COUNTER INTERFACE MODE 60
Mode 60:
four discrete
inputs with filter
With Mode 60 selected, the
D2-230, D2-240, and D2-250(-1) and
D2-260 CPUs provide filtering for up to
four input signals from the Counter
Interface. The filtering helps reduce the
possibility of false ON conditions triggering the program logic. When an
external signal is first detected (ON
state), a programmable filter is activated
which begins a timed countdown. The
slight delay temporarily prevents the
CPU from reading the input during the
normal input update portion of the scan
cycle. The ON signal must stay present
long enough for the filter to time out. If
the ON signal stays present during the
entire filter time, it is latched by the filter
and allowed to be accepted by the CPU
during the CPU’s normal input update
portion of the scan cycle. The signal is
latched for the remaining duration of the
ON signal plus an amount of time equal
to the filter time. The filter time can be
programmed from 0 to 99ms in
1ms increments.
X0
(E xternal status)
Latched Time
X0
(Internal status)
Filter Time
Filter Time
After the filter delay time, the input is accepted by the CPU.
Interrupt occurs
Normal
Program
END
Subroutine
Interrupt
INT0
Time
Interval
Time
Interval
Time
Interval
Return
Counter interface input assignments
for timed interrupt mode
X0
X1
X2
X3
Not available for use
Filtered Input, Interrupt, or Pulse Catch
Filtered Input, Interrupt, or Pulse Catch
Filtered Input, Interrupt, or Pulse Catch
Timed interrupt specifications
Timed interrupts
One (internal to CPU)
Time interval
3 to 999ms
(1 ms increments)
Interrupt Subroutine INT0
Understanding the
Timed Interrupt
There is also a timed interrupt feature
available in our D2-240, D2-250(-1) and
D2-260 CPUs. You do not have to
purchase the Counter Interface module
to use the timed interrupt. This cyclical
interrupt allows you to easily program a
time-based interrupt that occurs on a
scheduled basis. The CPU’s timed interrupt operates in a similar manner to the
external interrupt input, but instead of
the interrupt subroutine being triggered
by an external event, it is now triggered
by a cyclical interval of time. This interval
can be programmed from 3ms to 999ms.
Whenever the programmed time elapses,
the CPU immediately suspends its
routine scan cycle and jumps to interrupt
subroutine INT 0. As with the other
modes,
when
the
subroutine
execution is complete, the CPU automatically resumes its routine scan cycle
starting at the exact location from where
it was interrupted. Since the CPU scan
time and the interrupt time interval are
different, the program gets interrupted at
various points in the execution over time.
The CPU returns to the point where it
left to resume the program execution.
If you do choose to use a timed interrupt
and the Counter Interface module, you
can do so, but you cannot use X0 on the
Counter Interface. If you’re using the
timed interrupt and a normal discrete
module, then there are no restrictions.
DL205: Programmable Logic Controller
425
DL205 I/O Specifications
DC INPUT MODULES
D2-16ND3-2 DC Input
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
D2-08ND3 DC Input
Inputs per module
Commons per module
Input voltage range
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage level
OFF voltage level
Input impedance
Input current
8 (sink/source)
Minimum ON current
Maximum OFF current
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal Type
Status Indicator
Weight
3.5mA
1 (2 I/O terminal points)
10.2-26.4 VDC
26.4 VDC
N/A
9.5 VDC minimum
3.5 VDC maximum
2.7K q
4.0mA @ 12VDC
8.5mA @ 24VDC
1.5mA
50mA
1 to 8ms
1 to 8ms
Removable
Logic side
2.3 oz. (65g)
Inputs per module
Commons per module
Input voltage range
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage level
OFF voltage level
Input impedance
Input current
16 (sink/source)
Minimum ON current
Maximum OFF current
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal Type
Status Indicator
Weight
3.5mA
1
See the Connection Systems section in this desk
reference for part numbers of ZIPLink cables and
terminal blocks compatible with this module.
20-28 VDC
30VDC (10mA)
N/A
19VDC minimum
7VDC maximum
3.9K 6mA @ 24 VDC
100mA
3 to 9ms
3 to 9ms
Removable
Logic side
2.3 oz. (65g)
Connector sold separately. See Connection Systems for wiring options.
Derating Chart
Points
8
16
6
12
4
IN
2
0
10
20
30
40
50 55 ˚C
50
68
86
104
122131 ˚ F
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
0
32
12--24VDC
+
Internally
connected
C
0
1
2
3
D2--08ND3
12--24
VDC
4
5
6
7
8
IN
4
0
0
32
10
20
30
40
50 55 ˚ C
50
68
86
104
122131 ˚ F
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
24 VDC
+
CA
0
10.2--26.4VDC
4--12mA
4
2
C
6
C
5
6
24 VDC
+
4
NC
1
0
5
2
2
1
6
6
2
3
3
V+
3
0
5
Internal module circuitry
2
CB
1
7
1
7
NC
4
3
0
3
0
2
7
3
7
Internal module circuitry
INP UT
D2--08ND3
To LE D
Optical
Is olator
12--24VDC
COM
V+
INP UT
To LE D
COM
20--28VDC
8mA
CLASS2
1
5
1
+
A 0
1
2
B 3
D2--16ND3--2
4
C
0
COM
Optical
Is olator
+
24 VDC
Configuration s hown is current s inking
Configuration shown is current s inking
426
1.5mA
See the Connection Systems section in this desk
reference for part numbers of ZIPLink cables and
terminal blocks compatible with this module.
Derating Chart
Points
2 (isolated)
PLC and PC Products
CA
4
5
6
7
CB
4
5
6
7
24
VDC
4
5
6
7
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
DC INPUT MODULES
D2-32ND3-2 DC Input
D2-32ND3 DC Input
Inputs per module
Commons per module
Input voltage range
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage level
OFF voltage level
Input impedance
Input current
32 (sink/source)
Inputs per module
32 (Sink/Source)
4 (8 I/O terminal points)
Commons per module
4 (8 I/O terminal points)
20-28VDC
Input voltage range
4.50 to 15.6VDC min. to max.
30VDC
Peak voltage
16VDC
N/A
Input current
4mA at 5VDC
11mA at 12VDC
14mA at 15VDC
16mA at 15.6VDC
4.8K ohm
Max. input current
Input impedance
8.0mA @ 24VDC
ON voltage level
4VDC
Minimum ON current
Maximum OFF current
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal Type
Status Indicator
Weight
3.5mA
OFF voltage level
2VDC
1.5mA
Min. ON current
3mA
25mA
Max. OFF current
OFF to ON response
0.5mA
ON to OFF response
3 to 9ms
Status indicators
Module activity LED
Terminal type
Removable 40-pin connector1
Base power required 5VDC
25mA
Weight
2.1oz (60g)
1
19VDC minimum
7VDC maximum
3 to 9ms
3 to 9ms
40-pin Connector1
Module Activity LED
2.1oz. (60g)
Connector sold separately. See Connection Systems for wiring options.
See the Connection Systems section in this desk
reference for part numbers of ZIPLink cables and
terminal blocks compatible with this module.
Points
1
3 to 9ms
Connector sold separately. See Connection Systems for wiring options.
See the Connection Systems section in this desk
reference for part numbers of ZIPLink cables and
terminal blocks compatible with this module.
Derating Chart
32
1.0k at 5-15VDC
16
0
10
20
30
40
50 55 ˚C
50
68
86
104
122131 ˚ F
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
0
32
Current F low
+
24VDC
--
Current F low
+
24VDC
--
Current F low
+
24VDC
--
Current F low
+
24VDC
--
Internal module circuitry
A0
A4
A1
A5
A2
A6
A3
A7
COM I
B0
B4
B1
B5
B2
B6
B3
B7
COM II
C0
C4
C1
C5
C2
C6
C3
C7
COM III
D0
D4
D1
D5
D2
D6
D3
D7
COM IV
V+
IN
ACT
24
VDC
D2--32ND3
A0
A1
A2
A3
CI
B0
B1
B2
B3
CII
C0
C1
C2
C3
CIII
D0
D1
D2
D3
CIV
A4
A5
A6
A7
CI
B4
B5
B6
B7
CII
C4
C5
C6
C7
CIII
D4
D5
D6
D7
CIV
22--26VDC
4--6mA
CLAS S 2
INP UT
To Logic
COM
Optical
Is olator
+
24 VDC
Configuration s hown is current s inking
PLC and PC Products
427
DL205 I/O Specifications
SIMULATOR/AC INPUT MODULES
D2-08NA-1 AC Input
F2-08SIM Input Simulator
Inputs per module
Base power required 5VDC
Terminal Type
Status Indicator
Weight
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
IN
SIM
0
1
2
3
F 2--08SI M
0
4
5
6
7
> ON
8
50mA
None
Switch side
2.65oz. (75g)
Inputs per module
Commons per module
Input voltage range
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage level
OFF voltage level
Input impedance
Input current
8
Minimum ON current
Maximum OFF current
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal Type
Status Indicator
Weight
5mA
2
132VAC
47-63Hz
75VAC minimum
20VAC maximum
12K @ 60Hz
13mA @ 100VAC, 60Hz
11mA @ 100VAC, 50Hz
2mA
50mA
5 to 30ms
10 to 50ms
Removable
Logic side
2.5oz. (70g)
Derating Chart
Points
8
4
6
5
4
6
80-132VAC
See the Connection Systems section in this desk
reference for part numbers of ZIPLink cables and
terminal blocks compatible with this module.
1
3
1 (2 I/O terminal points)
IN
2
0
7
10
20
30
40
50 55 ˚C
50
68
86
104
122131 ˚ F
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
0
32
110 VAC
0
1
2
3
D2--08NA--1
Internally
connected
C
80-132VAC
10-20mA
50/60Hz
C
0
4
C
5
0
6
1
C
1
2
4
3
5
7
2
6
Internal module circuitry
3
V+
D2--08NA-1
INP UT
To LE D
COM
Line
110 VAC
COM
428
PLC and PC Products
7
Optical
Is olator
110
VAC
4
5
6
7
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
AC INPUT MODULES
D2-08NA-2 AC Input
Inputs per module
8
Commons per module
2 Commons (Connected Internally)
Input voltage range
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage level
OFF voltage level
Input impedance
Input current
170-265VAC
Minimum ON current
Maximum OFF current
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
265VAC
47-63Hz
150VAC minimum
40VAC maximum
18K @ 60Hz
9mA @ 220VAC, 50Hz
11mA @ 265VAC, 50Hz
10mA @ 220VAC, 60Hz
12mA @ 265VAC, 60Hz
Terminal Type
Status Indicator
Weight
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Humidity
Atmosphere
Vibration
Shock
Insulation Withstand
Voltage
Removable
Insulation Resistance
Noise Immunity
10M s 500 VDC
RFI
150MHz, 430MHz
Logic side
2.5oz. (70g)
32ºF to 131ºF (0º to 55ºC)
-4ºF to 158ºF (-20ºC to 70ºC)
35% to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
1500VAC 1 minute (COM-GND)
NEMA 1500V 1 minute
SANKI 1000V 1 minute
10mA
2mA
100mA
5 to 30ms
10 to 50ms
Derating Chart
Points
8
6
4
220VAC
2
0
10
20
30
40
50 55 ˚ C
50
68
86
104
122131 ˚ F
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
0
32
Internally
connected
C
C
0
4
1
5
Internal module circuitry
V+
2
6
INP UT
3
To LE D
COM
7
Optical
Is olator
220VAC
COM
PLC and PC Products
429
DL205 I/O Specifications
AC INPUT MODULES
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
D2-16NA AC Input
Inputs per module
Commons per module
Input voltage range
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage level
OFF voltage level
Input impedance
Input current
16
Minimum ON current
Maximum OFF current
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal Type
Status Indicator
Weight
5mA
2 (isolated)
80-132VAC
132VAC
47-63Hz
70VAC minimum
20VAC maximum
12K @ 60Hz
11mA @ 100VAC, 50Hz
13mA @ 100VAC, 60Hz
15mA @ 132VAC, 60Hz
2mA
100mA
5 to 30ms
10 to 50ms
Removable
Logic side
2.4oz. (68g)
See the Connection Systems section in this desk
reference for part numbers of ZIPLink cables and
terminal blocks compatible with this module.
Derating Chart
Points
16
12
8
IN
4
0
0
32
10
20
30
40
50 55 ˚ C
50
68
86
104
122131 ˚ F
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
110 VAC
A 0
1
2
B 3
D2--16NA
CA
0
4
80--132VAC
10--20mA
50/60Hz
1
5
2
6
0
7
1
3
110 VAC
2
NC
CB
3
0
4
NC
1
5
0
2
6
1
7
2
3
3
CA
4
5
6
7
CB
4
5
6
7
Internal module circuitry
V+
INP UT
To LE D
COM
110 VAC
430
PLC and PC Products
Optical
Is olator
D2--16NA
110
VAC
4
5
6
7
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
DC OUTPUT MODULES
D2-04TD1 DC Output
Outputs per module
Output Points Consumed
Commons per module
Operating voltage
Output type
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage drop
Max load current (resistive)
4 (current sinking)
Max leakage current
0.1mA @ 40VDC
Points
Max inrush current
Minimum load
External DC Required
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal type
Status Indicators
Weight
Fuses
8 points (only first 4-pts. used)
1 (4 I/O terminal points)
10.2-26.4VDC
NMOS FET (open drain)
40 VDC
N/A
0.72VDC maximum
4A/point
8A/common
Derating Chart
Load
Current
3
3A / Pt.
2
1
OUT
4A / Pt.
10
20
30
40
50 55 ˚ C
50
68
86
104
122131 ˚ F
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
10.2--26.4VDC
50mA--4A
24VDC
+
Internally
connected
0V
24V
C
+24V
C
12--24VDC +
C
0
L
C
L
C
1ms
1ms
Removable
Logic side
2.8oz. (80g)
4 (1 per point)
(6.3A slow blow, non-replaceable)
1
Duration of output in ON s tate
100ms
7ms
40ms
8000
1600
800
540
400
270
200
L
1400
300
140
90
70
---
600
120
60
35
----
Find the load current you expect to use and the duration that the
output is ON. The number at the intersection of the row and column represents the switching cycles per minute. For example, a
1A inductive load that is on for 100ms can be switched on and off
a maximum of 60 times per minute. To convert this to duty cycle
percentage use: (duration x cycles) / 60. In this example (60 x
.1)/60 = .1 or 10% duty cycle.
24VDC
-- +
Reg
C
3
L
60mA
At 100mS duration, loads of 2.0A or greater cannot be used.
2
L
C
24VDC @ 20mA max.
At 40mS duration, loads of 3.0A or greater cannot be used.
C
2
L
0
L
C
1
L
0.1A
0.5A
1.0A
1.5A
2.0A
3.0A
4.0A
12--24
VDC
0
1
2
3
D2--04TD1
0
0
32
50mA
Inductive Load
Maximum Number of Switching Cycles per Minute
2A / Pt.
4
6A for 100ms, 15A for 10ms
0V
3
To LE D
Output
D2--04TD1
L
12--24 +
VDC --
6.3A
Optical
Is olator
Common
Other
Circuits
PLC and PC Products
431
DL205 I/O Specifications
DC OUTPUT MODULES
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
D2-08TD1 DC Output
D2-08TD2 DC Output
Outputs per module
Commons per module
Operating voltage
Output type
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage drop
Max load current
8 (current sinking)
Outputs per module
8 (current sourcing)
1 (2 I/O terminal points)
Commons per module
1
10.2-26.4 VDC
Output voltage
10.8 to 26.4VDC
NPN open collector
Operating voltage range
12 to 24VDC
40VDC
Output type
PNP open collector
Peak voltage
40VDC
AC frequency
N/A
0.1mA @ 40VDC
Max output current
0.3A per point, 2.4A per common
Max leakage current
Max inrush current
Minimum load
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal type
Status Indicators
Weight
Fuses
Max leakage current
ON voltage drop
0.1mA @ 40VDC
Max. inrush current
1mA for 10mS
OFF to ON response
1mS
1mS
Removable
ON to OFF response
Terminal type
Logic side
Status indication
Logic side
2.3oz. (65g)
Weight
2.1oz. (60g)
1 per common
5A fast blow, non-replaceable
Fuse
1 per common
5A fast blow, non-replaceable
100mA
N/A
1.5VDC maximum
0.3A/point, 2.4A/common
1A for 10ms
0.5mA
100mA
1ms
1ms
Base power required 5VDC
See the Connection Systems section in this desk
reference for part numbers of ZIPLink cables and
terminal blocks compatible with this module.
8
6
4
OUT
2
0
0
32
10
20
30
40
50 55 ˚ C
50
68
86
104
122131 ˚ F
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
12--24VDC
+
Internally
connected
C
C
0
1
2
3
D2--08TD1
10.2--26.4VDC
0.2mA-0.3A
0
L
C
4
L
C
1
L
5
L
L
2
L
6
L
3
L
0
L
1
4
5
7
L
2
6
3
Internal module circuitry
L
7
Optical
Is olator
OUTP UT
D2--08TD1
+
12--24VDC
COM
5A
COM
432
PLC and PC Products
Removable
See the Connection Systems section in this desk
reference for part numbers of ZIPLink cables and
terminal blocks compatible with this module.
Derating Chart
Points
1.5VDC
12--24
VDC
4
5
6
7
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
DC OUTPUT MODULES
D2-16TD1-2 DC Output
D2-16TD2-2 DC Output
Outputs per module
Commons per module
Operating voltage
Output type
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage drop
Max load current
16 (current sinking)
Max leakage current
Max inrush current
Minimum load
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal type
Status Indicators
Weight
Fuses
External DC required
0.1mA @ 30VDC
1 (2 I/O terminal points)
10.2-26.4VDC
NPN open collector
30VDC
N/A
0.5VDC maximum
0.1A/point
1.6A/common
150mA for 10ms
0.2mA
200mA
0.5ms
0.5ms
Removable
Logic Side
2.3oz. (65g)
none
24VDC ±4V @ 80mA max
Outputs per module
Commons per module
Operating voltage
Output type
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage drop
Max load current
16 (current sourcing)
Max leakage current
Max inrush current
Minimum load
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal type
Status Indicators
Weight
Fuses
0.1mA @ 30VDC
2
10.2-26.4VDC
NPN open collector
30VDC
N/A
1.0VDC maximum
0.1A/point
1.6A/module
150mA for 10ms
0.2mA
200mA
0.5ms
0.5ms
Removable
Logic Side
2.8oz. (80g)
none
See the Connection Systems section in this desk
reference for part numbers of ZIPLink cables and
terminal blocks compatible with this module.
See the Connection Systems section in this desk
reference for part numbers of ZIPLink cables and
terminal blocks compatible with this module.
Derating Chart
Points
16
12
8
4
OUT
0
0
32
10
20
30
40
50 55 ˚C
50
68
86
104
122131 ˚ F
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
C
0
L
4
L
1
L
5
L
10.2--26.4
VDC 0.1A
CLASS2
2
L
6
L
A
3
L
L
12--24VDC
+
A 0
1
2
B 3
D2--16TD1--2
12--24
VDC
4
5
6
7
24VDC
+
7
0
C
1
+V
0
L
4
L
1
L
5
L
2
L
6
L
3
L
7
L
Internally
connected
2
3
+V
0
1
2
3
+V Internal module circuitry
B
C
4
5
6
7
C
4
5
6
7
+
24VDC
L
+
OUTP UT
Optical
Is olator
12--24
VDC
COM
COM
PLC and PC Products
433
DL205 I/O Specifications
DC OUTPUT MODULES
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
D2-32TD1 DC Output
D2-32TD2 DC Output
Outputs per module
Commons per module
Operating voltage
Peak voltage
ON voltage drop
32 (current sinking)
Outputs per module
32 (current sourcing)
4 (8 I/O terminal points)
Commons per module
4, 8 points per common (isolated)
12-24VDC
Operating voltage
12 to 24VDC
30VDC
Peak voltage
30VDC
0.5VDC maximum
Max load current
0.1A per point, 0.8A per common
Max load current
Max leakage current
Max inrush current
Minimum load
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal type
Status Indicators
Weight
Fuses
0.1A/point,, max 3.2A per module
Min load
Max leakage current
0.2mA
150mA for 10ms
ON voltage drop
0.5VDC @ 0.1A
0.2mA
Max inrush current
150mA @ 10mS
OFF to ON response
0.5mS
ON to OFF response
Statue indicators
Terminal type
Weight
0.5mS
Fuses
None
Base power required 5VDC
350mA
1
0.1mA @ 30VDC
350mA
0.5ms
0.5ms
removable 40-pin connector1
Module activity (no I/O status indicators)
2.1oz. (60g)
none
Connector sold separately. See Connection Systems for wiring options.
1
See the Connection Systems section in this desk
reference for part numbers of ZIPLink cables and
terminal blocks compatible with this module.
434
PLC and PC Products
0.1mA @ 30VDC
Module activity (no I/O status indicators)
Removable 40-pin connector1
2.1oz (60g)
Connector sold separately. See Connection Systems for wiring options.
See the Connection Systems section in this desk
reference for part numbers of ZIPLink cables and
terminal blocks compatible with this module.
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
AC OUTPUT MODULES
D2-08TA AC Output
Outputs per module
Commons per module
Operating voltage
Output type
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage drop
8
Max load current
Max leakage current
0.5A/point 4A/common
Max inrush current
Minimum load
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal type
Status Indicators
Weight
Fuses
1 (2 I/O terminal points)
15-264VAC
SSR (Triac)
264VAC
47 to 63Hz
<1.5VAC (>0.1A)
<3.0VAC (<0.1A)
4mA (264VAC, 60Hz)
1.2mA (100VAC, 60Hz)
0.9mA (100VAC, 50Hz)
10mA for 10ms
10mA
250 mA
1ms
1ms + 1/2 cycle
Removable
Logic side
2.8oz. (80g)
F2-08TA AC Output
Outputs per module
Commons per module
Operating voltage
Output type
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage drop
Max load current
8
Max leakage current
Peak one cycle surge current
Minimum load
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal type
Status Indicators
Weight
Fuses
0.7mA (rms)
2 (Isolated)
24-140 VAC
SSR (Triac with zero crossover)
140VAC
47 to 63Hz
1.6 V (rms) @ 1.5A
1.5A / pt @ 30ºC
1.0A / pt @ 60ºC
4.0A / common; 8.0A / module @ 60ºC
15A
10mA
250 mA
0.5ms - 1/2 cycle
0.5ms - 1/2 cycle
Removable
Logic side
3.5oz.
N/A
1 per common, 6.3A slow blow
See the Connection Systems section in this desk
reference for part numbers of ZIPLink cables and
terminal blocks compatible with this module.
Derating Note: All outputs can be run at the
current per point shown. There is no derating
for the number of I/O points used.
PLC and PC Products
435
DL205 I/O Specifications
AC OUTPUT MODULES
Max leakage current
Max inrush current
Minimum load
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal type
Status Indicators
Weight
Fuses
D2-12TA AC Output
12
Max load current
0.3A/point
1.8A/common
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
Outputs per module
Output Point Consumed
Commons per module
Operating voltage
Output type
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage drop
16 (four unused, see chart below)
2 (isolated)
15-132VAC
SSR (Triac)
132VAC
47 to 63Hz
<1.5VAC (>50mA)
<4.0VAC (<50mA)
10A for 10ms
10mA
350mA
1ms
1ms + 1/2 cycle
Removable
Logic side
2.8 oz. (80g)
(2) 1 per common
3.15A slow blow, replaceable
Order D2-FUSE-1 (5 per pack)
See the Connection Systems section in this desk
reference for part numbers of ZIPLink cables and
terminal blocks compatible with this module.
Points
Derating Chart
250mA / Pt.
P oints
12
OUT
6
3
0
0
32
10
20
30
40
50 55 ˚C
50
68
86
104
122131 ˚ F
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
L
L
L
L
L
L
15--132 VAC
L
CA
L
L
15--132VAC
10mA--0.3A
50/60 Hz
0
4
1
0
5
1
NC
2
2
0
4
1
5
0
1
2
Internal module circuitry
CB
PLC and PC Products
Optical
Is olator
L
4
5
COM
NC
NC
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
5
3
2
Us ed?
4
OUTP UT
NC
Yn+10
Yn+11
Yn+12
Yn+13
Yn+14
Yn+15
Yn+16
Yn+17
n is the starting address
NC
CB
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
CA
3
L
18--110
VAC
4
5
3
3
L
L
A 0
1
2
B 3
D2--12TA
Addres s es Us ed
P oints
Us ed?
Yn+0
Yn+1
Yn+2
Yn+3
Yn+4
Yn+5
Yn+6
Yn+7
300mA / Pt.
9
15--132 VAC
436
2mA (132VAC, 60Hz)
D2--12TA
15--132
VAC
3.15A
To LE D
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
RELAY OUTPUT MODULES
D2-04TRS Relay Output
Max inrush current
Minimum load
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal type
Status Indicators
Weight
Fuses
Outputs per module
Commons per module
4
Output Point Consumed
Operating voltage
Output type
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage drop
8 (only 1st 4pts. are used)
Max load current
4A / point
Max. of 8A / module (resistive)
Max leakage current
0.1mA @264VAC
4 (isolated)
5-30VDC / 5-240VAC
Relay, form A (SPST)
30VDC, 264VAC
47 to 63Hz
0.72VDC maximum
5A for <10ms
10mA
350mA
10ms
10ms
Removable
Logic Side
2.8oz. (80 g)
1 per point
6.3A slow blow, replaceable
Order D2-FUSE-3 (5 per pack)
Typical Relay Life (Operations)
Voltage & Load Current
Type of Load
1A
2A
3A
4A
24 VDC Resistive
500K
200K
100K
50K
24 VDC Solenoid
100K
40K
––
–
110 VAC Resistive
500K
250K
150K
100K
110 VAC Solenoid
200K
100K
50K
–
220 VAC Resistive
350K
150K
100K
50K
220 VAC Solenoid
100K
50K
––
––
At 24 VDC, solenoid (inductive) loads over 2A cannot be used.
Derating Chart
Points
4
2A /
Pt.
3
3A /
Pt.
4A /
Pt.
At 100 VAC, solenoid (inductive) loads over 3A cannot be used.
At 220 VAC, solenoid (inductive) loads over 2A cannot be used.
2
1
0
OUT
RELAY
10
50
0
32
20
30
40
68
86
104
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
50 55 ˚ C
122 131 ˚ F
0
1
2
3
D2--04TR S
5-240VAC
4A50/60Hz
5--30VDC
10mA--4A
NC
5--30 VDC
5--240 VAC
NC
NC
C0
C0
0
L
C1
1
L
C2
2
L
C3
3
L
Internal module circuitry
NC
L
C1
L
C2
L
C3
L
0
OUTP UT
L
1
To LE D
2
3
COM
5--30 VDC
5--240 VAC
6.3A
D2--04TR S
DL205: Programmable Logic Controller
437
DL205 I/O Specifications
RELAY OUTPUT MODULES
Minimum load
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal type
Status Indicators
Weight
Fuses
D2-08TR Relay Output
Outputs per module
Commons per module
Operating voltage
Output type
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage drop
Max current (resistive)
Max leakage current
Max inrush current
8
2 (isolated)
5-30VDC/5-240VAC
Relay, form A (SPST)
30VDC, 264VAC
47 to 60Hz
N/A
5mA @ 5VDC
250mA
12ms
10ms
Removable
Logic side
3.9oz. (110g)
1
6.3A slow blow, replaceable
Order D2-FUSE-3 (5 per pack)
1A/point 4A/common
0.1mA @265VAC
Output: 3A for 10ms
Common: 10A for 10ms
Typical Relay Life (Operations)
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
Voltage/Load
Current
24VDC Resistive
24VDC Solenoid
110VAC Resistive
110VAC Solenoid
220VAC Resistive
220VAC Solenoid
Closures
1A
1A
1A
1A
1A
1A
500K
100K
500K
200K
350K
100K
See the Connection Systems section in this desk
reference for part numbers of ZIPLink cables and
terminal blocks compatible with this module.
Derating Chart
Points
8
0.5A / Pt.
OUT
0
1
2
3
D2--08TR
RELAY
6
4
5
6
7
4
1A / Pt.
2
0
5--30 VDC
5--240 VAC
Internally
connected
C
5-240VAC
1A50/60Hz
5--30VDC
5mA--1A
C
C
0
L
L
4
L
0
L
1
4
Internal module circuitry
5
5
2
L
2
6
L
6
L
L
10
20
30
40
50 55 ˚C
50
68
86
104
122131 ˚ F
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
C
L
1
0
32
3
OUTP UT
L
3
7
7
L
To LE D
D2--08TR
COM
5--30 VDC
5--240 VAC
438
PLC and PC Products
6.3A
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
RELAY OUTPUT MODULES
F2-08TRS Relay Output
Outputs per module
Commons per module
Output Points Consumed
Operating voltage
Output type
Max leakage current
Max inrush current
Minimum load
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal type
Status Indicators
Weight
Fuses
8
8 (isolated)
8
12-28VDC, 12-250VAC, 7A 120VDC, 0.5A
Three, Form C (SPDT)
Five, Form A (SPST normally open)
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage drop
Max load current
(resistive)
150VDC, 265VAC
47 to 63Hz
N/A
N/A
12A
10mA @ 12VDC
670mA
15ms (typical)
5ms (typical)
Removable
Logic side
5.5oz. (156g)
None
7A/point (subject to derating)
3
Typical Relay Life1 (Operations) at Room
Temperature
Voltage &
Type of Load 2
Load Current
50mA 5A
Derating Chart
8
7A
24 VDC Resistive
10M
600K
300K
24VDC Solenoid
150K
75K
110VAC Resistive
–
600K
300K
110VAC Solenoid
–
500K
200K
220VAC Resistive
–
300K
150K
220VAC Solenoid
–
250K
100K
1 Contact life may be extended beyond those values shown with the
use of arc suppression techniques described in the DL205 User
Manual. Since these modules have no leakage current, they do not
have built-in snubber. For example, if you place a diode across a
24VDC inductive load, you can significantly increase the life of the
relay.
4A/
pt.
6
5A/pt.
Number
Points On 4
(100% duty
2
cycle)
6A/
pt.
7A/pt.
0
0
32
10
20
30
40
50 55 ˚C
50
68
86
104
122131 ˚ F
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
2 At 120 VDC 0.5A resistive load, contact life cycle is 200K cycles.
3 Normally closed contacts have 1/2 the current handling
capability of the normally open contacts.
OUT
NO 0
12--28VDC
12--250VAC
L
C1
C0
12--28VDC
12--250VAC
NO 1
L
12--28VDC
12--250VAC
NC 0 normally clos ed
L
C2
C3
12--28VDC
12--250VAC
NO 2
NO 3
12--28VDC
12--250VAC
L
C4
C5
12--28VDC
12--250VAC
NO 4
NO 1
NC 6
Typical Circuit
(points 1,2,3,4,5)
12--28VDC
12--250VAC
NO
L
C0
C2
NO 2
NC 6
Typical Circuit
(P oints 0, 6, & 7 only)
C3
NO 3
NO 5
12--28VDC
12--250VAC
NC 7
C6
NC 7 normally clos ed
L
C7
12--28VDC
12--250VAC
NO 6
NO 6
NO 7
Internal Circuitry
Common
C6
C7
NO7
L
L
L
Internal Circuitry
Common
NC 0
C5
L
4
5
6
7
NO 0
NO 4
NO 5
12--28VDC
12--250VAC
12--250VAC
7A50/60Hz
12--28VDC
10ma--7A
C4
L
normally clos ed
L
0
1
2
3
F 2--08TR S
C1
L
RELAY
NO
NC
L
PLC and PC Products
439
DL205 I/O Specifications
RELAY OUTPUT MODULES
F2-08TR Relay Output
Outputs per module
Commons per module
Output Points Consumed
Max leakage current
Max inrush current
Minimum load
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Terminal type
Status Indicators
Weight
Fuses
8
2 (isolated), 4-pts. per common
8
12-28VDC, 12-250VAC, 7A 120VDC, 0.5A
Operating voltage
Output type
8, Form A (SPST normally open)
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage drop
150VDC, 265VAC
47 to 63Hz
N/A
N/A
12A
10mA @ 12VDC
670mA
15ms (typical)
5ms (typical)
Removable
Logic side
5.5oz. (156g)
None
Max load current (resis- 10A/point 3 (subject to derating)
Max of 10A/common
tive)
Typical Relay Life1 (Operations) at Room
Temperature
Voltage & Type of Load 2
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
50mA
Derating Chart
Load Current
5A
7A
8
24 VDC Resistive
10M
600K
300K
24VDC Solenoid
150K
75K
110VAC Resistive
–
600K
300K
110VAC Solenoid
–
500K
200K
220VAC Resistive
–
300K
150K
220VAC Solenoid
–
250K
100K
1 Contact life may be extended beyond those values shown with the
use of arc suppression techniques described in the DL205 User
Manual. Since these modules have no leakage current, they do not
have built-in snubber. For example, if you place a diode across a
24VDC inductive load, you can significantly increase the life of the
relay.
2.5 A /pt.
6
3.3 A/pt.
Number
Points On 4
(100% duty
2
cycle)
5A/
pt.
*10 A/p t.
0
0
32
2 At 120 VDC 0.5A resistive load, contact life cycle is 200K cycles.
10
20
30
40
50 55 ˚C
50
68
86
104
122131 ˚ F
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
3 Normally closed contacts have 1/2 the current handling
capability of the normally open contacts.
OUT
RELAY
Typical Circuit
0
1
2
3
F 2--08TR
12--250VAC
10A50/60Hz
12--28VDC
10ma--10A
L
NO 0
L
NO 1
C0-3
L
NO 2
L
NO 3
L
NO 4
NO 5
L
C4-7
NO 6
L
NO 7
L
440
PLC and PC Products
4
5
6
7
12--28VDC
12--250VAC
Internal Circuitry
Common
NO
L
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
RELAY OUTPUT MODULES
D2-12TR Relay Output
Outputs per module
Outputs Consumed
Commons per module
Operating voltage
12
Output type
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage drop
Relay, form A (SPST)
Max current (resistive)
1.5A/point
Max of 3A/common
Max leakage current
0.1mA @ 265 VAC
16 (four unused, see chart below)
2 (6-pts. per common)
5-30VDC/5-240VAC
30VDC, 264VAC
47 to 60Hz
N/A
Max inrush current
Output: 3A for 10ms
Common: 10A for 10ms
Minimum load
Base power required 5VDC
OFF to ON response
5mA @ 5VDC
ON to OFF response
Terminal type
Status Indicators
Weight
Fuses
10ms
450mA
10ms
Removable
Logic side
4.6oz. (130g)
2
4A slow blow, replaceable
Order D2-FUSE-4 (5 per pack)
Addresses Used
Typical Relay Life (Operations)
Voltage/Load
Current
Closures
24VDC Resistive
24VDC Solenoid
110VAC Resistive
110VAC Solenoid
220VAC Resistive
220VAC Solenoid
1A
1A
1A
1A
1A
1A
500K
100K
500K
200K
350K
100K
Points
Used?
Points
Used?
Yn+0
Yes
Yn+10
Yes
Yn+1
Yes
Yn+11
Yes
Yn+2
Yes
Yn+12
Yes
Yn+3
Yes
Yn+13
Yes
Yn+4
Yes
Yn+14
Yes
Yn+5
Yes
Yn+15
Yes
Yn+6
No
Yn+16
No
Yn+7
No
Yn+17
No
n is the starting address
See the Connection Systems section in this desk
reference for part numbers of ZIPLink cables and
terminal blocks compatible with this module.
Derating Chart
Points
12
0.5A / Pt.
OUT
A 0
1
2
B 3
D2--12TR
5--30 VDC
5--240 VAC
CA
0
L
4
L
L
L
5
2
NC
5--30 VDC
5--240 VAC
L
NC
L
L
4
0.75A / Pt.
1
1.25A / Pt.
1.5A / Pt.
0
0
32
10
20
30
40
50 55 ˚C
50
68
86
104
122131 ˚ F
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
CA
Internal module circuitry
4
5
OUTP UT
L
3
NC
CB
0
0
4
L
L
0
2
3
L
4
5
5--240VAC
1.5A50/60Hz
5--30VDC
5mA--1.5A
1
L
RELAY
8
1
5
1
2
CB
5
3
2
To LE D
4
NC
COM
5--30 VDC
5--240 VAC
4A
3
L
NC
D2--12TR
PLC and PC Products
441
DL205 I/O Specifications
DC INPUT/RELAY OUTPUT MODULE
D2-08CDR 4-pt. DC In/4-pt. Relay Out
D2-08CDR 4-pt. DC In/4pt. Relay Out
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
Input Specifications
Inputs per module
Input Point Consumed
4 (sink/source)
8 (only first 4-pts. are used)
Input Commons per module
Input voltage range
Peak voltage
AC frequency
ON voltage level
OFF voltage level
Input impedance
Input current
Maximum Current
Minimum ON current
Maximum OFF current
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Fuse (input circuits)
General Specifications
1
Base power required 5VDC
200mA
Terminal Type
Removable
Status Indicators
Logic side
Weight
3.5oz. (100g)
20-28VDC
30VDC
N/A
19VDC minimum
7VDC maximum
Output Specifications
Outputs per module
Output Points Consumed
4
8 (only first 4-pts. are used)
Output Commons per module
Operating voltage
Output type
Peak voltage
AC frequency
Max load current (resistive)
1
Max leakage current
Max inrush current
0.1mA @ 264VAC
Minimum load
OFF to ON response
ON to OFF response
Fuse (output circuits)
5mA @ 5VDC
5-30VDC/5-240VAC
Relay, form A (SPST)
30VDC, 264VAC
47 to 63Hz
1A/point
4A/module (resistive)
4.7K
5mA @ 24VDC
8mA @ 30VDC
4.5mA
1.5mA
1 to 10ms
1 to 10ms
3A for <100ms
10A for <10ms (common)
12ms
10ms
1 (6.3A slow blow, replaceable) Order D2FUSE-3 (5 per pack)
None
Derating Chart
Points
4
Outputs
1A / Pt.
Inputs
5mA /
Pt.
3
2
1
Typical Relay Life (Operations)
Voltage/Load
Current
Closures
24VDC Resistive
24VDC Solenoid
110VAC Resistive
110VAC Solenoid
220VAC Resistive
220VAC Solenoid
1A
1A
1A
1A
1A
1A
500K
100K
500K
200K
350K
100K
0
IN/
OUT
A 0
1
2
3
D2--08CDR
24VDC
RELAY
0 B
1
2
3
0
32
Configuration s hown is current s inking
Internal module circuitry
V+
D2--08CDR
20--28VDC
8mA
24VD C
+ --
INP UT
CA
CA
O
L
0
1
1
Optical
Is olator
COM
+
24VDC
2
L
2
2
3
3
L
Internal module circuitry
3
L
3
OUTP UT
CB
CB
5--30 VDC
5--240 VAC
1
L
1
2
L
To LE D
0
L
0
L
10
20
30
40
50 55˚C
50
68
86 104 122131˚F
Ambient Temperature (˚C/˚F )
L
5--240VAC
1A50/60Hz
5--30VDC
5mA--1A
To LE D
COM
5--30 VDC
5--240 VAC
442
PLC and PC Products
6.3A
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
ANALOG CURRENT INPUT MODULES
F2-04AD-1 4-Channel 4-20mA Analog In
This module requires a 24 VDC user power supply for operation. See the F2-04AD-1L on the next
page if you want to use a 12VDC supply. All other specifications are the same.
Maximum Inaccuracy
±.5% @ 77ºF (25ºC)
±.65% 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
Accuracy
vs.Temperature
Recommended Fuse
±50ppm/ºC maximum full scale (including max. offset
change)
Digital Input Points
Required
16 (X) input points, 12 binary data bits,
2 channel ID bits, 2 diagnostic bits
50mA
Number of Channels
Input Ranges
Resolution
Active Low-pass Filtering
4, single ended (1 common)
-3dB at 80Hz,2 poles
(-12dB per octave)
Base power required
5VDC
Input Impedance
Absolute Maximum
Ratings
250 ±0.1%, 1/2W current input
External Power Supply 80mA maximum, +18 to +30VDC
Converter Type
Conversion Time (PLC
Update Rate)
Successive approximation
Linearity Error (End to
End)
±1 count (0.025% of full scale) maximum
Input Stability
Full Scale Calibration
Error (offset error not
included)
±1 count
Offset Calibration Error
Step Response
±7 counts max.,@ 4mA current input
4 to 20mA current
12-bit (1 in 4096)
0.032 A, Series 217 fast-acting, current inputs
-40mA to +40mA, current input
Operating Temperature 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
1 channel per scan maximum (D230 CPU)
4 channels per scan maximum (D2-240, D2-250(-1) and
D2-260 CPUs)
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Environmental Air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
-4º to 158°F (-20º to 70ºC)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
NEMA ICS3-304
±12 counts max., @ 20mA current input
4ms to 95% of F.S. change
One count in the specification table is equal to one least significant bit of the
analog data value (1 in 4096).
Internal
Module
Wiring
Note 1: Shields should be grounded at the signal source
S ee NOTE 1
0 VDC
-+
-CH1
4--wire
+
4--20mA
Trans mitter
CH1--
250
DC to DC
Converter
+24 VDC
+5V
IN
+15V
ANALOG
4CH
0V
--15V
CH1+
F 2--04AD--1
CH2--
250
CH2+
CH3--
250
CH3+
--
CH3
2-wire
4--20mA +
Trans mitter
CH4--
250
CH4+
-CH4
2-wire
4--20mA +
Trans mitter
+
Optional
E xternal
P /S
-+
-24VDC
OV
Analog S witch
+
-CH2
3--wire
+
4--20mA
Trans mitter
A to D
Converter
18--30VDC
80mA
ANALOG IN
4--20mA
0V
+24V
CH1-CH1+
CH2-CH2+
CH3-CH3+
CH4-CH4+
F 2--04AD--1
More than one external power supply can be used provided all the power supply commons are connected. A Series 217, 0.032A, fast-acting fuse is recommended for 420mA current loops. If the power supply common of an external power supply is not connected to 0VDC on the module, then the output of the external transmitter must be
isolated. To avoid “ground loop” errors, recommended 4-20mA transmitter types are:
2 or 3 wire: Isolation between input signal and power supply.
4 wire: Isolation between input signal, power supply, and 4-20mA output
PLC and PC Products
443
DL205 I/O Specifications
ANALOG CURRENT INPUT MODULES
F2-04AD-1L 4-Ch. 4-20mA Analog In
This module requires a 12VDC user power supply for operation. See the F2-04AD-1 on the
previous page if you want to use a 24VDC supply. All other specifications are the same.
±.5% @ 77ºF (25ºC)
±.65% 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
Accuracy
vs.Temperature
Recommended Fuse
Digital Input Points
Required
±50ppm/ºC maximum full scale
(including max. offset change)
50mA
Number of Channels
Input Ranges
Resolution
Active Low-pass
Filtering
4, single ended (1 common)
-3dB at 80Hz, 2 poles (-12dB per octave)
Base Power Required
5VDC
Input Impedance
Absolute Maximum
Ratings
250 ±0.1%, 1/2W current input
External Power Supply 90mA maximum, +10 to +15VDC
4 to 20mA current
12 bit (1 in 4096)
-40mA to +40mA, current input
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Environmental Air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
D2-260 CPUs)
Linearity Error (End to ±1 count (0.025% of full scale) maximum
End)
Input Stability
Full Scale Calibration
Error (offset error not
included)
0.032A, Series 217 fast acting current inputs
16 (X) input points
12 binary data bits, 2 channel ID bits
Operating Temperature 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
Successive approximation
Converter Type
Conversion Time (PLC 1 channel per scan maximum (D2-230 CPU)
4 channels per scan maximum (D2-240, D2-250(-1) and
Update Rate)
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
Maximum inaccuracy
±1 count
-4º to 158ºF (-20º to 70ºC)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
NEMA ICS3-304
±12 counts max., @ 20mA current output
Offset Calibration Error ±7 counts max., @4mA current input
Step Response
4ms to 95% of F.S. change
One count in the specification table is equal to one least significant bit of the analog data value (1 in 4096).
Internal
Module
Wiring
Note 1: Shields should be grounded at the signal source.
S ee NOTE 1
0 VDC
-+
-CH1
4--wire
+
4--20mA
Trans mitter
CH1--
250
DC to DC
Converter
+12VDC
+5V
ANALOG
4CH
0V
--15V
CH1+
F 2--04AD--1L
CH2--
250
CH2+
CH3--
250
CH3+
-CH3
2-wire
+
4--20mA
Trans mitter
CH4--
Analog S witch
+
-CH2
3--wire
+
4--20mA
Trans mitter
A to D
Converter
250
CH4+
-CH4
2-wire
+
4--20mA
Trans mitter
+
Optional
E xternal
P /S
-+
--
10--15 VDC
OV
More than one external power supply can be used provided all the power supply commons are connected. A Series 217, 0.032A,
fast-acting fuse is recommended for 4-20mA current loops. If the power supply common of an external power supply is not
connected to 0VDC on the module, then the output of the external transmitter must be isolated. To avoid "ground loop" errors,
recommended 4-20mA transmitter types are:
2 or 3 wire: Isolation between input signal and power supply.
4 wire: Isolation between input signal, power supply, and 4-20mA output
444
IN
+15V
PLC and PC Products
10--15VDC
90mA
ANALOG IN
4--20mA
0V
+12V
CH1-CH1+
CH2-CH2+
CH3-CH3+
CH4-CH4+
F 2--04AD--1L
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
ANALOG CURRENT INPUT MODULES
Maximum Inaccuracy
±.1% @ 77ºF (25ºC)
±.25% 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
4 to 20mA current
Accuracy
vs.Temperature
±50ppm/ºC maximum full scale
(including max. offset change of two counts)
12 bit (1 in 4096)
Recommended Fuse
0.032 A, Series 217 fast-acting, current inputs
Digital Input Points
Required
16 (X) input points
12 binary data bits, 3 channel ID bits,
1 broken transmitter bit
Base Power Required
5VDC
50mA
F2-08AD-1 8-Channel 4-20mA Analog In
Number of Channels
Input Ranges
Resolution
Low-pass Filtering
Input Impedance
Absolute Maximum
Ratings
8, single ended (1 common)
-3dB at 200Hz, (-6dB per octave)
250 ±0.1%, 1/2W current input
-45mA to +45mA
Successive approximation
Converter Type
Conversion Time (PLC (D2-230 CPU) 1 channel per scan maximum
(D2-240, D2-250(-1) and D2-260 CPUs) 8 channels per
Update Rate)
External Power Supply 80mA maximum, +18 to +30VDC
scan maximum
Operating Temperature 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
Linearity Error (End to ±1 count (0.025% of full scale) maximum
End)
Input Stability
Full Scale Calibration
Error (offset error not
included)
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Environmental Air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
±1 count
±5counts max., @ 20mA current input
Offset Calibration Error ±2 counts max., @ 4mA current input
Step Response
7ms to 95% of F.S. change
-4º to 158ºF (-20º to 70ºC)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
NEMA ICS3-304
One count in the specification table is equal to one least significant bit of the analog data value (1 in 4096).
Internal
Module
Wiring
Note 1: Shields should be grounded at the signal source.
S ee NOTE 1
+24 VDC
--
+
+15V
0V
F 2--08AD--1
CH2+
250
CH3+
CH4
3--wire
-4--20mA
Trans mitter
CH5+
250
CH6+
-CH6
2-wire
4--20mA
+
Trans mitter
CH7+
250
CH8+
-CH8
2-wire
+
4--20mA
Trans mitter
250
+
Optional
E xternal
P /S
Analog S witch
CH4+
+
ANALOG
+5V
--15V
CH1+
-CH1
4--wire
+
4--20mA
Trans mitter
+
IN
DC to DC
Converter
0 VDC
18--30VDC
80mA
ANALOG IN
4--20mA
A to D
Converter
0V
+24V
CH1+
CH2+
CH3+
CH4+
CH5+
CH6+
CH7+
CH8+
-+
-24VDC
F 2--08AD--1
OV
More than one external power supply can be used provided all the power supply commons are connected. A Series 217, 0.032A, fast-acting fuse is recommended for 4-20mA
current loops. If the power supply common of an external power supply is not connected to 0VDC on the module, then the output of the external transmitter must be isolated.
To avoid "ground loop" errors, recommended 4-20mA transmitter types are:
2 or 3 wire: Isolation between input signal and power supply.
4 wire: Isolation between input signal, power supply, and 4-20mA output
PLC and PC Products
445
DL205 I/O Specifications
ANALOG VOLTAGE INPUT MODULES
F2-04AD-2 4-Channel Voltage Analog In
This module requires a 24VDC user power supply for operation. See the F2-04AD-2L on the
next page if you want to use a 12VDC supply. All other specifications are the same.
Number of Channels
Input Ranges
Resolution
Active Low-pass
Filtering
4, single ended (1 common)
Input Impedance
Absolute Maximum
Ratings
>20M
0 to 5V, 0 to 10V, ±5V, ±10V
12 bit (1 in 4096)
-3dB at 80Hz, 2 poles (-12dB per octave)
Accuracy
vs.Temperature
±50ppm/ºC full scale calibration change (including maximum offset change )
Digital Input Points
Required
16(x) input 12 binary data bits,
2 channel ID bits
Base Power Required
5VDC
60mA
Operating Temperature 32º to 140ºF (0 to 60ºC)
-75 to +75VDC
D2-260 CPUs)
Linearity Error (End to ±1 count (0.025% of full scale) maximum
±2 counts maximum (bi-polar)
End)
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
±.1% @ 77ºF (25ºC)
±.3% 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
External Power Supply 90mA maximum, +18 to +30VDC
Successive approximation
Converter Type
Conversion Time (PLC 1 channel per scan maximum (D2-230 CPU)
4 channels per scan maximum (D2-240, D2-250(-1) and
Update Rate)
Input Stability
Full Scale Calibration
Error (offset error not
included)
Maximum Inaccuracy
±1 count
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Environmental Air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
-4º to 158°F (-20º to 70ºC)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
NEMA ICS3-304
±3 counts maximum
One count in the specification table is equal to one least significant bit of
the analog data value (1 in 4096).
Offset Calibration Error ±1 count maximum (0V input)
Note 1: Shields should be grounded at the signal source.
Step Response
10ms to 95% of F.S change
18--26.4VDC
Typical Us er Wiring
S ee NOTE 1
+
Internal
Module
Wiring
--
0 VDC
--
+
--
24 V
CH1--
CH1
Voltage
+
Trans mitter
DC to DC
Converter
0V
+24 VDC
IN
+5V
+15V
0V
CH1+
18--30VDC
80mA
ANALOG IN
0--5VDC
- 5--+5VDC
CH1
CH2-CH2+
CH2
CH3-CH3+
+
--
CH3
Voltage
+
Trans mitter
+
CH3
CH4--
Analog S witch
+
-CH2
Voltage
+
Trans mitter
F 2--04AD--2
--15V
A to D
Converter
0V
+24V
CH1-CH1+
CH2-CH2+
CH4+
CH4
CH3-CH3+
CH4--
--
CH4
Voltage
+
Trans mitter
CH4+
0--10VDC
- 10--+10VDC
F 2--04AD--2
OV
446
PLC and PC Products
ANALOG
4CH
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
ANALOG VOLTAGE INPUT MODULES
F2-04AD-2L 4-Ch. Voltage Analog In
This module requires a 12VDC user power supply for operation. See the F2-04AD-2 if you
want to use a 24VDC supply. All other specifications are the same.
Number of Channels
Input Ranges
Resolution
Active Low-pass
Filtering
4, single ended (1 common)
Input Impedance
Absolute Maximum
Ratings
>20M
0 to 5V, 0 to 10V, ±5V, ±10V
12 bit (1 in 4096)
-3dB at 80Hz, 2 poles (-12 dB per octave)
±.1% @ 77ºF (25ºC)
±.3% 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
Accuracy
vs.Temperature
±50ppm/ºC full scale calibration change (including maximum offset change of 2 counts)
Digital Input Points
Required
16 (X) input points
12 binary data bits, 3 channel ID bits
Base Power Required
5VDC
60mA
External Power Supply 90mA maximum, +10 to +15 VDC
-75 to +75VDC
Operating Temperature 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
Successive approximation
Converter Type
Conversion Time (PLC 1 channel per scan maximum (D2-230 CPU)
4 channels per scan maximum (D2-240, D2-250(-1) and
Update Rate)
D2-260 CPUs)
Linearity Error (End to ±1 count (0.025% of full scale) maximum
±2 counts maximum (bi-polar)
End)
Input Stability
Full Scale Calibration
Error (offset error not
included)
Maximum Inaccuracy
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Environmental air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
-4º to 158ºF (-20º to 70ºC)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
NEMA ICS3-304
±1 count
±3 counts maximum
Offset Calibration Error ±1 count maximum (0V input)
One count in the specification table is equal to one least significant bit of the analog
data value (1 in 4096).
Step Response
Note 1: Shields should be grounded at the signal source.
10ms to 95% of F.S change
12 VDC
Typical
user wiring
Typical
Us er Wiring
S ee NOTE 1
+
Internal
module
Internal
wiring
Module
Wiring
--
0 VDC
--
+
--
12 V
CH1--
CH1
Voltage
+
Trans mitter
DC to DC
Converter
0V
+12VDC
IN
+5V
+15V
0V
CH1+
10--15VDC
90mA
ANALOG IN
0--5VDC
- 5--+5VDC
CH1
CH2
CH3--
--
CH3
Voltage
+
Trans mitter
+
CH3
CH4--
Analog S witch
CH2+
CH3+
+
F 2--04AD--2L
--15V
CH2-+
-CH2
Voltage
+
Trans mitter
ANALOG
4CH
A to D
Converter
0V
+12V
CH1-CH1+
CH2-CH2+
CH4+
CH4
CH3-CH3+
CH4--
--
CH4
Voltage
+
Trans mitter
CH4+
0--10VDC
- 10--+10VDC
F 2--04AD--2L
OV
PLC and PC Products
447
DL205 I/O Specifications
ANALOG VOLTAGE INPUT MODULES
F2-08AD-2 8-Channel Voltage Analog In
Maximum Inaccuracy
±.1% @ 77ºF (25ºC)
±.3% 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
Number of Channels
Input Ranges
Resolution
8, single ended (1 common)
0 to 5V, 0 to 10V, ±5V, ±10VDC
Accuracy
vs.Temperature
±50ppm/ºC maximum full scale
(including max. offset change of 2 counts)
12 bit (1 in 4095) uni-polar
13 bit (-4095 to 4095) bi-polar
Digital Input Points
Required
16 (X) input points, 12 binary data bits,
3 channel ID bits, 1 sign bit, 1 diagnostic bit
Active Low-pass
Filtering
-3dB at 200Hz,
(-6 dB per octave)
Base Power Required
5VDC
60mA
Input Impedance
Absolute Maximum
Ratings
>20M
External Power Supply 80mA maximum, +18 to +26.4VDC
-75 to +75VDC
Operating Temperature 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
Successive approximation
Converter Type
Conversion Time (PLC 1 channel per scan maximum (D2-230 CPU)
8 channels per scan maximum (D2-240, D2-250(-1) and
Update Rate)
D2-260 CPUs)
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
Linearity Error (End to ±1 count (0.025% of full scale) maximum
End)
Input Stability
Full Scale Calibration
Error (offset error not
included)
±1 count
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Environmental Air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
-4º to 158ºF (-20º to 70ºC)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
NEMA ICS3-304
±3 counts maximum
Offset Calibration Error ±1 count maximum (0V input)
Step Response
4ms to 95% of F.S. change
One count in the specification table is equal to one least significant bit of the analog data value (1 in
4096). Includes circuitry to automatically detect broken or open transmitters.
CH1+
Voltage
Trans mitter
CH2+
CH3+
F 2--08AD--2
CH3+
CH4+
CH5+
CH6+
Voltage
Trans mitter
CH7+
CH7+
Voltage
Trans mitter
CH8+
24VDC
0 VDC
+
-24VDC
Note 1: Connect unused channels (CH2+, CH4+, CH6+, CH8+) to common.
PLC and PC Products
18--26.2VDC
80mA
ANALOG IN
0--5VDC
- 5 - +5VDC
ADC
CH5+
Analog Mux
Voltage
Trans mitter
448
IN
CH1+
0V
+24V
CH1+
CH2+
CH3+
CH4+
CH5+
CH6+
CH7+
CH8+
F 2--08AD--2
ANALOG
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
TEMPERATURE INPUT MODULES
F2-04RTD Input
Number of Channels
Input Ranges
4
Type Pt100: -200.0/850.0ºC,
-328/1562ºF
Type Pt1000: -200.0/595.0ºC,
-328/1103ºF
Type jPt100: -38.0/450.0ºC,
-36/842ºF
Type CU-10/25 : -200.0/260.0ºC,
-328/500ºF
Resolution
16 bit (1 in 65535)
±0.1ºC, ±0.1ºF (±3276.7)
Display Resolution
RTD Excitation Current 200µA
Input Type
Notch Filter
Differential
Maximum Setting
Time
100ms (full-scale step input)
>100 db notches at 50/60Hz
-3db=13.1Hz
Converter Type
Linearity Error
Maximum Inaccuracy
PLC Update Rate
Charge Balancing
Digital Input Points
Required
32 inputs, 16 binary data
2 inputs, channel identification
4 inputs, open/shorted fault
Base Power Required 5VDC
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Temperature Drift
Relative Humidity
Environmental Air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
90mA
±.05ºC maximum, ±.01ºC typical
±1ºC
4 channel/scan max., 240/250(-1)/D2-260CPUs
1 channel per scan max., 230 CPU
32° to 140°F (0° to 60°C)
-4º to 158ºF (-20º to 70ºC)
None (self-calibrating)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
NEMA ICS3-304
Common Mode Range 0-5VDC
Absolute Maximum
Ratings
Fault protected inputs to ±50VDC
Sampling Rate
160ms per channel
Notes:
1. The three wires connecting the RTD to the module must be the same type and
length. Do not use the shield or drain wire for the third connection.
2. If a RTD sensor has four wires, the plus sense wire should be left unconnected
as shown.
IN
Note 1
C
C
Note 2
x
Ch3 -Ch3 +
Ch4 -Ch4 +
ANALOG MULTIP LE XE R
Ch1 Ch1 +
Ch2 -Ch2 +
RTD
TEMP
200 A
Current
S ource
F 2--04RTD
Ref.
Adj.
RTD
INP UT
CH1-CH1+
+
- A/D
CH2-CH2+
COM
COM
200 A
Current
S ource
CH3-CH3+
CH4-CH4+
F 2-04RTD
PLC and PC Products
449
DL205 I/O Specifications
TEMPERATURE INPUT MODULES
Thermocouple Specifications
Type J -190 to 760ºC
Input Ranges
F2-04THM 4-Channel Thermocouple In
General Specifications
Number of Channels
Common Mode Range
Common Mode Rejection
Type E -210 to 1000ºC
Type K -150 to 1372ºC
Type R 65 to 1768ºC
Type S 65 to 1768ºC
Type T -230 to 400ºC
Type B 529 to 1820ºC
Type N -70 to 1300ºC
Type C 65 to 2320ºC
4, differential
±5VDC
90dB min. @ DC, 150dB min. @ 50/60Hz.
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
1M
Input Impedance
Absolute Maximum Ratings Fault-protected inputs to ±50 VDC
Display Resolution
Cold Junction
Compensation
Accuracy vs. Temperature
±5ppm/ºC maximum full scale calibration
(including maximum offset change)
PLC Update Rate
4 channels per scan max.
D2-240/250(-1)/D2-260 CPU, H2-EBC(-F);
1 chan. per scan max. D2-230 CPU
Digital Inputs
16 binary data bits, 2 channel ID bits, 4 diagnostic
bits
±0.1ºC or ±0.1ºF
Automatic
100ms per channel
Conversion Time
30 minutes typically ± 1ºC repeatability
Warm-Up Time
Linearity Error (End to ±.05ºC maximum, ±.01ºC typical
End)
Maximum Inaccuracy ±3ºC (excluding thermocouple error)
Voltage Input Specifications
32 point (X) input module
Input Points Required
60mA maximum, 18 to 26.4VDC
External Power Supply
Base Power Required 5VDC 110 mA
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Environmental Air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
-310 to 1400ºF
-346 to 1832ºF
-238 to 2502ºF
149 to 3214ºF
149 to 3214ºF
-382 to 752ºF
984 to 3308ºF
-94 to 2372ºF
149 to 4208ºF
Voltage Ranges
Resolution
Full Scale Calibration
Error (Offset Error
Included)
32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
-4º to 158ºF (-20º to 70ºC)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
0-5V, ±5V, 0-156.25mV, ±156.25mVDC
16 bit (1 in 65535)
±13 counts typical ±33 maximum
Offset Calibration Error ±1 count maximum, @ 0V input
No corrosive gases permitted
Linearity Error (End to ±1 count maximum
End)
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
Maximum Inaccuracy
NEMA ICS3-304
±.02% @ 25ºC (77ºF)
Note 1: Terminate shields at the respective signal source.
Note 2: Connect unused channels to a common terminal (0V, CH4+, CH4).
Note 3: When using 0-156mV and 5V ranges, connect (-) or (0) volts terminal to 0V to
ensure common mode range acceptance.
Thermocouple input wiring diagram
Voltage input wiring diagram
See Notes 1 and 2
CH1+
CH1
Examples of differential
thermocouple wiring
CH1
24
VDC
+24VDC
CH3+
Voltage
Trans mitter
Trans mitter
S upply
CH3
+
--
CH4+
CH4
24
VDC
Module S upply
PLC and PC Products
+24VDC
0V
ADC
CH4
CH2
Analog Mux
CH4+
Module S upply
0V
450
F 2--04THM
CH2+
Voltage
Trans mitter
ADC
CH3
Analog Mux
CH3+
TEMP
VOLT
CH1+
Voltage
Trans mitter
CH2+
CH2
Examples of grounded
thermocouple wiring
IN
See Notes 2 and 3
CH1+
CH1
CH2+
CH2
CH3+
CH3
CH4+
CH4
+24V
0V
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
ANALOG CURRENT OUTPUT MODULES
Accuracy vs.
Temperature
±50ppm/ºC full scale calibration change (including maximum offset change of 2 counts)
Maximum Inaccuracy
0.1% @ 77ºF (25ºC)
0.3% @ 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
Digital Output Points
Required
16 (Y) output points
12 binary data bits, 2 channel ID bits
Base Power
Requirement 5VDC
40mA
30VDC
40VDC (clamped by transient voltage suppressor)
External Power Supply 18 to 30VDC, 60mA.
F2-02DA-1 2-Channel 4-20mA Analog Out
This module requires a 24VDC user power supply for operation. See the F2-02DA-1L on the next
page if you want to use a 12VDC supply. All other specifications are the same.
Number of Channels
Output Ranges
Resolution
Output Type
Maximum Loop Supply
Peak Output Voltage
Load Impedance
Maximum Load/Power
Supply
2
620/18V, 910/24V, 1200/30V
Operating Temperature 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
PLC Update Rate
1 channel per scan maximum D2-230 CPU
2 channels per scan maximum (D2-240, D2-250(-1) and
D2-260 CPUs)
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Environmental Air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
4 to 20mA
12 bit (1 in 4096)
Single ended, one common
(add 20 mA for each current loop used)
0 minimum
Linearity Error (end to
end)
±1 count (±0.025% of full scale) maximum
Conversion Settling
Time
100µs maximum (full scale change)
Full Scale Calibration
Error (offset error
included)
± 5 counts max., 20mA @77ºF (25ºC)
Offset Calibration Error
± 3 counts max., 4mA @ 77ºF (25Cº)
-4 to 158ºF(-20 to 70ºC)
5% to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
NEMA ICS3-304
One count in the specification table is equal to one least significant bit of the analog data value (1 in 4096).
NOTE 1: Shields should be connected to the 0V of the module or the OV of the R/S.
NOTE 2: Unused current outputs should remain open (no connections) for minimum
power consumption.
Internal
Internal module
Module
wiring
Wiring
OUT
0 VDC
60mA
Typical user wiring
DC to DC
Converter
+24 VDC
CH1--
+5V
+15V
0V
--15V
S ee
NOTE 1
F 2--02DA--1
CH1+
Ch 1 load
250 typical
CH2--
D to A
Converter
CH2+
Ch 1
Current s inking
N/C
N/C
Ch 2 load
250 typical
D to A
Converter
N/C
Ch 2
Current s inking
N/C
ANALOG
2CH
18--30VDC
60mA
ANALOG OUT
4--20mA
0V
+24V
CH1-CH1+
CH2-CH2+
NC
+
Trans
ient protected
precis ion
Transient
protected precision
digital
digital
to analog
to analog
converterconverter
output circuits
output circuits
-24 VDC
Maximum user load is dependent upon loop power
supply
Loop power supply
30 VDC
24 VDC
18 VDC
Load range
0 to 1200
0 to 910
0 to 620
NC
NC
NC
F 2--02DA--1
OV
PLC and PC Products
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ANALOG CURRENT OUTPUT MODULES
Accuracy vs.Temperature ±50ppm/ºC full scale calibration change (including max-
F2-02DA-1L 2-Ch 4-20mA Analog Output
imum offset change of 2 counts)
This module requires a 12 VDC user power supply for operation. See the F2-02DA-1 on the
previous page if you want to use a 24VDC supply. All other specifications are the same.
Number of Channels
Output Ranges
Resolution
Output Type
4 to 20mA
Digital Output Points
Required
16(Y) output points
12 binary data bits, 2 channel ID bits
Base Power Required
5VDC
40mA
External Power Supply
10 to 15 VDC, 70 mA
(add 20 mA for each current loop used)
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Environmental Air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
12 bit (1 in 4096)
Single ended, 1 common
Peak Output Voltage
0 minimum
Load Impedance
Maximum Load/ Power 620/18V, 910/24V, 1200/30V
Supply
1 channel per scan maximum (D2-230 CPU)
2 channels per scan maximum (D2-240, D2-250(-1) and
D2-260 CPUs)
Linearity Error (End to ±1 count (0.025% of full scale) maximum
End)
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
+0.1% @ 77ºF (25ºC)
±0.3% @ 32 to 140°F (0 to 60°C)
2
40VDC (clamped by transient voltage suppressor)
PLC Update Rate
Maximum Inaccuracy
Conversion Settling
time
100µs maximum (full scale change)
Full Scale Calibration
Error (offset error
included)
±5 counts max., 20mA @ 77ºF (25ºC)
-4º to 158ºF (-20º to 70ºC)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
NEMA ICS3-304
One count in the specification table is equal to one least significant bit of the analog
data value (1 in 4096).
Offset Calibration Error ±3 counts max., 4mA @ 77ºF (25ºC)
NOTE 1: Shields should be connected to the 0V of the module or the OV of the P/S.
NOTE 2: Unused current outputs should remain open (no connections) for minimum
power consumption.
Internal
Internal module
Module
wiring
Wiring
OUT
70mA + 20mA
for each loop
Typical User Wiring
0 VDC
DC to DC
Converter
+12 VDC
CH1--
CH2--
D to A
Converter
CH2+
Ch 1
Current s inking
N/C
D to A
Converter
N/C
Ch 2
Current s inking
N/C
+
0V
CH1-CH1+
CH2-CH2+
Transient
precision
Trans
ientprotected
protected
precisdigital
ion to
analog
output circuits
digital
toconverter
analog converter
output circuits
-12 VDC
Maximum user load is dependent upon loop power supply.
Load range (ohm)
0 to 450
0 to 300
0 to 200
10--15 VDC
70mA
ANALOG OUT
4--20mA
+ 12V
N/C
Ch 2 load
250 typical
PLC and PC Products
F 2--02DA--1L
CH1+
Ch 1 load
250 typical
452
0V
--15V
S ee
NOTE 1
Loop power supply
15 VDC
12 VDC
10 VDC
+5V
+15V
NC
NC
NC
NC
F 2--02DA--1L
OV
ANALOG
2CH
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
ANALOG CURRENT OUTPUT MODULES
Base Power
Requirement 5VDC
F2-02DAS-1 2-Channel 4-20mA Isolated
Analog Output
100mA
Linearity Error (end to
±10 count (±0.015% of full scale) maximum
end)
Number of Channels
Output Ranges
Resolution
Output Type
2, isolated
Isolation Voltage
±750V continuous, channel to channel, channel to
logic
Loop supply
External Power
Supply
Output loop
Compliance
18V-32VDC
Load Impedance
Maximum Load/
Power Supply
0 -1375 (@32V)
4 to 20mA
16 bit (1 in 65536)
Conversion Settling
time
Current sourcing
Gain Calibration Error
3ms to 0.1% of full scale
Offset Calibration
Error
±32 counts (±0.05%)
±13 counts (±0.02%)
50 ppm/ºC
Output Drift
Maximum Inaccuracy 0.07% @ 25ºC (77ºF)
18-32VDC @ 50mA per channel
0.18% 0 to 60ºC (32º to 140ºF)
Operating
Temperature
Vin - 2.5V
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Environmental air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
375/12V, 975/24V, 1375/32V
1 channel per scan maximum (D2-230 CPU)
2 channels per scan maximum (D2-240, D2-250(-1)
and D2-260 CPUs)
PLC Update Rate
Digital Output Points
Required
0º to 60ºC (32º to 140ºF)
32 (Y) output points,
16 binary data,2 channel identification,
1 output enable
-20º to 70ºC (-4º to 158ºF)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
NEMA ICS3-304
One count in the specification table is equal to one least significant bit of the
analog data value (1 in 65536).
NOTE 1: Shields should be connected to the 0V terminal of the module.
NOTE 2: Load must be within compliance voltage.
NOTE 3: For non-isolated outputs, connect all 0V’s together (0V1…0V2) and
connect all +V’s together (+V1…+V2).
Internal
Internal module
Module
wiring
Wiring
OUT
Typical user wiring
ANALOG
2CH
0 V1
-Trans mitter
S upply
+
18--32VDC
Ch 1 load
0--1375 ohms
NOTE 2
+V1
4--20mAcurrent sourcing
--I1
F 2--02DAS --1
+I1
D/A
S ee
NOTE 1
18--32VDC
N/C
100 ohms
ANALOG OUT
4--20mA
N/C
0V1
0V2
-Trans mitter
S upply
+
18--32VDC
+V1
+V2
4--20mAcurrent sourcing
--I1
+I1
--I2
N/C
Ch 2 load
0--1375 ohms
NOTE 2
S ee
NOTE 3
+I2
D/A
S ee
NOTE 1
100 ohms
N/C
0V2
+V2
--I2
+I2
F 2--02DAS --1
PLC and PC Products
453
DL205 I/O Specifications
ANALOG CURRENT OUTPUT MODULES
F2-08DA-1 8-Channel 4-20mA Analog Out
Number of Channels
Output Ranges
Resolution
Output Type
Maximum Loop Supply
Source Load
Sink Load
Total Load (sink + source)
PLC Update Rate
8, single-ended
Linearity Error (end to
end)
±2 count (±0.050% of full scale) maximum
4 to 20mA
12 bit (1 in 4096)
Current sinking or current sourcing
30VDC
0-400 @ 18-30VDC
0-600/18V, 0-900/24V, 0-1200/30V
600/18V, 900/24V, 1200/30V
1 channel per scan maximum (D2-230 CPU)
8 channels per scan maximum (D2-240, D2-250(-1) and
D2-260 CPUs)
Digital Output Points
Required
16 (Y) output points
12 binary data bits, 3 channel ID bits, 1 output enable bit
Base Power
Requirement 5VDC
30mA
External Power Supply 18 to 30VDC, 50mA., class 2
(add 20 mA for each current loop used)
Operating Temperature 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Environmental Air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
-4 to 158ºF(-20 to 70ºC)
5% to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
NEMA ICS3-304
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
Conversion Settling Time 400µs maximum (full scale change)
Full Scale Calibration
Error
± 12 counts max. sinking @ any load
± 12 counts max. sourcing @ 125 load
± 18 counts max. sourcing @ 250 load
± 26 counts max. sourcing @ 400 load
Offset Calibration Error
± 9 counts max. sinking @ any load
± 9 counts max. sourcing @ 125 load
± 11 counts max. sourcing @ 250 load
± 13 counts max. sourcing @ 400 load
Max. Full Scale
Inaccuracy @ 60ººC
0.5% sinking (any load) sinking & sourcing @ 125 load
0.64% sourcing @ 250 load
0.83% sourcing @ 400 load
Max. Full Scale
Inaccuracy @ 25ººC
0.3% sinking (any load) sinking & sourcing @ 125 load
0.44% sourcing @ 250 load
0.63% sourcing @ 400 load
(Incudes all errors and temp drift)
454
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NOTE 1: Shields should be connected to the 0V of the module.
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
ANALOG VOLTAGE OUTPUT MODULES
Accuracy
vs.Temperature
F2-02DA-2 2-Channel Voltage Analog Out
This module requires a 24VDC user power supply for operation. See the F2-02DA-2L on the
next page if you want to use a 12VDC supply. All other specifications are the same.
±50ppm/ºC full scale calibration change (including maximum offset change of 2 counts)
Maximum Inaccuracy +0.3% unipolar ranges @ 77ºF (25ºC)
Number of Channels
Output Ranges
Resolution
Output Type
Peak Output Voltage
2
Load Impedance
Load Capacitance
PLC Update Rate
2000 minimum
±0.45% unipolar ranges >77ºF (25ºC)
±0.4% bipolar ranges @77ºF (25ºC)
±0.55% bipolar ranges >77ºF (25ºC)
0 to 5V, 0 to 10V, ±5V, ±10V
12 bit (1 in 4096)
Digital Output Points 16 (Y) output points
(12 binary data bits, 2 channel ID bits)
Required
Single ended, 1 common
15VDC (clamped by transient voltage suppressor)
Base Power Required 40mA
5VDC
External Power
Supply
Operating
Temperature
.01µF maximum
1 channel per scan maximum D2-230 CPU
2 channels per scan maximum (D2-240, D2-250(-1) and
D2-260 CPUs)
18 to 30 VDC, 60mA (outputs fully loaded)
32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
Storage Temperature -4º to 158ºF (-20º to 70ºC)
Linearity Error (End to ±1 count (0.025% of full scale) maximum
End)
Conversion Settling
Time
5µs maximum (full scale change)
Full Scale Calibration
Error (offset error
included)
±12 counts max. unipolar @ 77ºF (25ºC)
±16 counts max. bipolar @ 77ºF (25ºC)
Relative Humidity
Environmental Air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
Offset Calibration Error ±3 counts max., unipolar @ 77ºF (25ºC)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
NEMA ICS3-304
One count in the specification table is equal to one least significant bit of the
analog data value (1 in 4096).
NOTE 1: Shields should be connected to the 0V of the module or the OV of the
R/S.
±8 counts max., bipolar @ 77ºF (25ºC)
NOTE 2: Unused voltage outputs should remain open (no connections) for minimum power consumption.
Internal
Internal module
Module
wiring
Wiring
24 VDC
+
Typical user
Typical
Us wiring
er Wiring
0 VDC
Ch 2 load
2K
minimum
DC to DC
Converter
S ee
NOTE 1
Ch 1 load
2K
minimum
OUT
--
+24 VDC
60mA
CH1--
ANALOG
2CH
+5V
+15V
0V
F 2--02DA--2
--15V
CH1+
Ch 1
Voltage s ink/s ource
CH2-D to A
Converter
CH2+
N/C
N/C
N/C
18--30VDC
60mA
ANALOG OUT
0--5VDC
- 5--+5VDC
0V
+24V
Ch 2
Voltage s ink/s ource
CH1--
D to A
Converter
CH2--
N/C
Transient
protected
precision
digital
Trans ient
protected
precis
ion to
analogto
converter
circuits
digital
analogoutput
converter
output circuits
CH1+
CH2+
NC
NC
NC
NC
0--10VDC
- 10--+10VDC
F 2--02DA--2
OV
PLC and PC Products
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DL205 I/O Specifications
ANALOG VOLTAGE OUTPUT MODULES
F2-02DA-2L 2-Ch. Voltage Analog Out
This module requires a 12 VDC user power supply for operation. See the F2-02DA-2 on the
previous page if you want to use a 24VDC supply. All other specifications are the same.
Number of Channels
Output Ranges
Resolution
Output Type
Peak output voltage
Load Impedance
Load Capacitance
PLC Update Rate
±50ppm/ºC full scale calibration change
(including maximum offset change of 2 counts)
Maximum Inaccuracy
+0.3% unipolar ranges @ 77ºF (25ºC)
±0.45% unipolar ranges >77ºF (25ºC)
±0.4% bipolar ranges @77ºF (25ºC)
±0.55% bipolar ranges >77ºF (25ºC)
Digital Output Points
Required
16 (Y) output points
(12 binary data bits, 2 channel ID bits)
Base Power Requirement
5VDC
40mA
External Power Supply
10 to 15VDC, 70mA (outputs fully loaded)
Operating Temperature
32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Environmental Air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
-4º to 158ºF (-20º to 70ºC)
2
0 to 5V, 0 to 10V, ±5V, ±10V
12 bit (1 in 4096)
Single ended, 1 common
15VDC (clamped by transient voltage suppressor)
2000 minimum
.01µF maximum
1 channel per scan maximum (D2-230 CPU)
2 channels per scan maximum (D2-240, D2-250(-1) and
D2-260 CPUs)
Linearity Error (End to ±1 count (0.025% of full scale) maximum
End)
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
Accuracy vs.
Temperature
Conversion Settling
Time
5µs maximum (full scale change)
Full Scale Calibration
Error (offset error not
included)
±12 counts max. unipolar @ 77ºF (25ºC)
±16 counts max. bipolar @ 77ºF (25ºC)
Offset Calibration Error ±3 counts max., unipolar @ 77ºF (25ºC)
±8 counts max., bipolar @ 77ºF (25ºC)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
NEMA ICS3-304
One count in the specification table is equal to one least significant bit of the analog data value (1 in 4096).
NOTE 1: Shields should be connected to the 0V of the module or the OV of the P/S.
NOTE 2: Unused current outputs should remain open (no connections) for minimum power consumption.
Internal
module
Internal
wiring
Module
Wiring
12 VDC
+
OUT
--
0 VDC
DC to DC
Converter
Typical user wiring
S ee
NOTE 1
Ch 1 load
2K
minimum
+12 VDC
70mA
CH1--
+5V
+15V
0V
Ch 1
Voltage s ink/s ource
CH2--
Ch 2 load
2K
minimum
F 2--02DA--2L
--15V
CH1+
D to A
Converter
CH2+
N/C
N/C
N/C
10--15 VDC
70mA
ANALOG OUT
0--5VDC
- 5--+5VDC
0V
+ 12V
Ch 2
Voltage s ink/s ource
CH1--
D to A
Converter
CH2--
CH1+
CH2+
NC
N/C
Transient
precision
Trans
ientprotected
protected
precisdigital
ion
to
analogtoconverter
circuits
digital
analog output
converter
output circuits
NC
NC
NC
0--10VDC
- 10--+10VDC
F 2--02DA--2L
OV
456
PLC and PC Products
ANALOG
2CH
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
ANALOG VOLTAGE OUTPUT MODULES
F2-02DAS-2 2-Channel 0-5V, 0-10V Isolated
Analog Output
Base Power
Requirement
60mA
Number of Channels
Output Ranges
Resolution
2, isolated
16 bit (1 in 65536)
Conversion Settling
Time
Isolation Voltage
±750V continuous, channel to channel, channel to
logic
Gain Calibration Error
21.6-26.4 VDC @ 60mA per channel
Offset Calibration
Error
External Power
Supply
Load Impedance
PLC Update Rate
Linearity Error (end to
±10 count (±0.015% of full scale) maximum
end)
0-5VDC, 0-10VDC
2K min
±32 counts (±0.05%)
±13 counts (±0.02%)
50 ppm/ºC
Output Drift
Maximum Inaccuracy 0.07% @ 25ºC (77ºF)
1 channel per scan maximum (D2-230 CPU)
2 channels per scan maximum (D2-240, D2-250(-1)
and D2-260 CPUs)
0.18% 0 to 60ºC (32º to 140ºF)
Operating
Temperature
Digital Output Points
Required
3ms to 0.1% of full scale
0º to 60ºC (32º to 140ºF)
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Environmental Air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
16 binary data, 2 channel identification,
32 point (y) output
-20º to 70ºC (-4º to 158ºF)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
NEMA ICS3-304
Internal
Module
Wiring
OUT
ANALOG
2CH
0 V1
-Trans mitter
S upply
+
24 VDC
+V1
CH1-V
Ch 1 load
2kohms
NOTE 2
CH1+V
S ee
NOTE 1
N/C
D/A
100 ohms
N/C
Voltage Source
0V1
0V2
-Trans mitter
S upply
+
24 VDC
+V1
+V2
CH1-V
CH1+V
CH2-V
Ch 2 load
2kohms
NOTE 2
N/C
CH2+V
D/A
100 ohms
Voltage Source
N/C
0V2
+V2
CH2-V
CH2+V
F 2--02DAS --2
PLC and PC Products
457
DL205 I/O Specifications
ANALOG VOLTAGE OUTPUT MODULES
F2-08DA-2 8-Channel Voltage Analog Out
Number of Channels
Output Ranges
Resolution
Peak Output Voltage
8, single-ended, 1 common
Load Impedance
Load Capacitance
1K -10K
PLC Update Rate
0 to 5V, 0 to 10V
0.45%
Maximum Inaccuracy to 60ºC (32º to 140ºF)
12 bit (1 in 4096)
Digital Output Points
Required
15VDC (clamped by transient voltage suppressor)
.01µF maximum
1 channel per scan maximum (D2-230 CPU)
8 channels per scan maximum (D2-240, D2-250(-1) and
D2-260 CPUs)
Linearity Error (end to
±1 count (±0.025% of full scale) maximum
end)
Conversion Settling
time
400µs maximum (full scale change)
4.5ms to 9ms for digital out to Analog out
Full Scale Calibration
Error (offset error
included)
±12 counts max. unipolar @ 25ºC (77ºF)
±3 counts max., unipolar @ 25ºC (77ºF)
16 (Y) output points
(12 binary data bits, 3 channel ID bits,
1 output enable bit)
Base Power Required
60mA
5VDC
External Power
Supply
21.6 - 26.4 VDC, 140mA (outputs fully loaded)
Operating
Temperature
0º to 60ºC (32º to 140°F)
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Environmental Air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
Offset Calibration Error
±57ppm/ºC full scale calibration change (including
maximum offset change of 2 counts)
Accuracy vs.
Temperature
-20º to 70ºC (-4º to 158ºF)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
NEMA ICS3-304
One count in the specification table is equal to one least significant bit of the analog data value (1 in 4096).
NOTE 1: Shields should be connected to the 0V of the module.
Internal
Internal
module
Module
wiring
Wiring
18--30VDC
@ 90mA
+
OUT
--
Typical user wiring
0 VDC
S ee
NOTE 1
Ch 1 load
1K--10K ohms
minimum
+V1
DC to DC
Converter
+24 VDC
+5V
+15V
0V
F 2--08DA--2
--15V
+V2
Ch 1
Voltage s ource
+V3
+V4
D to A
Converter
+V5
18--30VDC
90mA
ANALOG OUT
0--5VDC
0--10VDC
0V
+24V
+V1
+V2
+V6
+V3
+V7
S ee
NOTE 1
Ch 8 load
1K--10K ohms
minimum
+V8
Ch 8
Voltage s ource
D to A
Converter
+V4
+V5
+V6
+V7
+V8
F 2--08DA--2
458
PLC and PC Products
ANALOG
8CH
DL205 I/O Specifications
PLC/PC
ANALOG INPUT/OUTPUT COMBINATION MODULE
F2-4AD2DA 4-Channel Analog Input /
2-Channel Analog Output
Number of Input
Channels
4, single-ended (1 common)
Number of Output
Channels
2, single-ended (1 common)
Ranges
Resolution
Peak Withstanding
Voltage
Accuracy vs.
Temperature
Maximum Inaccuracy ±0.1% @ 77ºF (25ºC
±0.3% @ 32 to 140ºF (0 to 60ºC)
Digital Input and
Output Points
Required
16 point (X) inputs
16 point (Y) outputs
4 to 20mA current (current sinking)
12 bit (1 in 4096)
PLC Update Rate
75VDC, current outputs
Maximum Continuous
Overload
-40 to +40mA, each current output
Input Impedance
250, ±0.1%, 1/2W, 25ppm/ºC current input resistance
External Load Resistance
Maximum Loop Supply
Recommended Fuse
Maximum Load/Power
Supply
0 minimum, current outputs
Active Low-pass Filter
Linearity Error (best fit)
Output Settling Time
±50ppm/ºC full scale calibration change (including
maximum offset change)
Base Power Required
90mA
5VDC
18-26.4VDC @ 80mA
External Power
Supply Requirement 20mA per loop
Operating
32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC)
Temperature
30VDC
0.032A, series 217 fast-acting, current inputs
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Environmental Air
Vibration
Shock
Noise Immunity
910/24V, current outputs
620/18V, 1200/30V
-3dB at 20Hz, 2 poles (-12 dB per octave)
±1 count (±0.025% of full scale) maximum
100µs maximum (full scale change)
One count in the specification table is equal to one least significant bit of the analog
data value (1 in 4096).
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
No corrosive gases permitted
MIL STD 810C 514.2
MIL STD 810C 516.2
NEMA ICS3-304
Note 7: To avoid small errors due to terminal block losses, connect 0VDC, IN-, and OUT- on the terminal block as shown. The
module’s internal connection alone of these nodes is not sufficient
to permit module performance up to the accuracy specifications.
Note 8: Choose an output transducer resistance according to the
maximum load/power listed in the Output Specifications.
Module S upply
24VDC
S ee NOTE 1
+
Internal module
Internal
wiring
Module
--
IN/
OUT
Wiring
--
+
-CH1
4--wire
4--20mA +
Trans mitter
DC to DC
Converter
0 VDC
+24 VDC
IN--
+
-CH2
3--wire
+
4--20mA
Trans mitter
-4º to 158ºF (-20º to 70ºC)
Note 6: If an analog channel is connected backwards, then erroneous data values will be returned for that channel.
Note 1: Shields should be connected at their respective signal source.
Note 2: Unused channel should remain open for minimum power consumption.
Note 3: More than one external power supply can be used provided the power supply commons are
connected.
Note 4: A Series 217, 0.032A fast-acting fuse is recommended for 4-20mA current input loops.
Note 5: If the power supply common of an external power supply is not connected to 0VDC on the module, then the output of the external transmitter must be isolated. To avoid "ground loop" errors, recommended 4-20mA transmitter types are:
2 or 3 wire: isolation between Input signal and power supply
4 wire: Isolation between input signal, power supply, and 4-20mA output
Typical user wiring
4 channels per scan maximum
(D2-240, D2-250(-1) and D2-260 CPUs)
2 output channels per scan maximum (D2-240,
D2-250(-1) and D2-260 CPUs)
1 input and 1 output channel per scan maximum (D2230 CPU)
ANALOG
+5V
+15V
0V
--15V
F 2--4AD2DA
IN1+
IN2+
F us e
IN3+
F us e
-CH3
2-wire
4--20mA +
Trans mitter
-CH4
2-wire
4--20mA +
Trans mitter
18 26.4 VDC
80 mA
ANALOG
4 IN/ 2 OUT
4--20mA
250
250
A to D
Converter
F us e
+24V
IN--
250
OUT--
F us e
CH1+
250
OUT1+
IN
D to A
Converter
OUT2+
Ch 1
Current s inking
Ch 1 load
0--910
(@ 24V)
D to A
Converter
Ch 2
Current s inking
Ch 2 load
0--910
(@ 24V)
0V
IN4+
CH 2+
CH3+
CH4+
OUT--
OUTCH1+
CH2+
F2--4AD2DA
--
S ee NOTE 8
+
Loop S upply
0V
S ee NOTE 1
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Boolean Instructions
Immediate Instructions
Math Instructions (Accumulator)
Store (STR) Begins a new rung or an additional branch in a rung with
a normally open contact.
Store Immediate (STR I) Begins a rung/branch of logic with a normally open contact. The contact will be updated with the current input
field status when processed in the program scan.
Add (ADD) Adds a BCD value in the lower 16 bits in the accumulator
with a V memory location. The result resides in the accumulator.
Store Not (STR NOT) Begins a new rung or an additional branch in a
rung with a normally closed contact.
Or (OR) Logically ors a normally open contact in parallel with another contact in a rung.
Add Double (ADDD) Adds a BCD value in the accumulator with two
consecutive V memory locations or an 8-digit constant. The result
resides in the accumulator.
Or Immediate (OR I) Connects a normally open contact in parallel
with another contact. The contact will be updated with the current
input field status when processed in the program scan.
Add Real Number (ADDR) D2-250 Only Adds a real number in the
accumulator with an 8-digit constant or a real number contained in
two consecutive V-memory locations. The result resides in the accumulator.
Or Not Immediate (OR NOT I) Connects a normally closed contact in
parallel with another contact. The contact will be updated with the
current input field status when processed in the program scan.
Subtract (SUB) Subtract a BCD value, which is either a V memory
location or a 4-digit constant, from the lower 16 bits in the accumulator. The result resides in the accumulator.
Or Store (OR STR) Logically ors two branches of a rung in parallel.
And Immediate (AND I) Connects a normally open contact in series
with another contact. The contact will be updated with the current
input field status when processed in the program scan.
Subtract Double (SUBD) Subtracts a BCD value, which is either two
consecutive V memory locations or an 8-digit constant, from a value
in the accumulator. The result resides in the accumulator.
Out (OUT) Reflects the status of the rung (on/off) and outputs the discrete (on/off) state to the specified image register point or memory
location.
And Not Immediate (AND NOT I) Connects a normally closed contact in series with another contact. The contact will be updated with
the current input field status when processed in the program scan.
Or Out (OR OUT) Reflects the status of the rung and outputs the discrete (ON/OFF) state to the image register. Multiple OR OUT instructions referencing the same discrete point can be used in the program.
Out Immediate (OUT I) D2-250 Only Reflects the status of the rung.
The output field device status is updated when the instruction is
processed in the program scan.
Subtract Real Number (SUBR) D2-250 Only Subtract a real number,
which is either two consecutive V memory locations or an 8-digit constant, from the real number is the accumulator. The result resides in
the accumulator.
Not (NOT) D2-250 Only Inverts the status of the rung at the point of
the instruction.
Or Out Immediate (OR OUTI) Reflects the status of the rung and outputs the discrete (ON/OFF) state to the image register. Multiple OR
OUT instructions referencing the same discrete point can be used in
the program. The output field device status is updated when the
instruction is processed in the program scan.
Or Not (OR NOT) Logically ors a normally closed contact in parallel
with another contact in a rung.
And (AND) Logically ands a normally open contact in series with
another contact in a rung.
And Not (AND NOT) Logically ands a normally closed contact in
series with another contact in a rung.
And Store (AND STR) Logically ands two branches of a rung in series.
Positive Differential (PD) Is typically know as a one shot. When the
input logic produces an off to on transition, the output will energize
for one CPU scan.
Set (SET) An output that turns on a point or a range of points. The
reset instruction is used to turn the point(s) OFF that were set ON with
the set instructions.
Reset (RST) An output that resets a point(s).
1 - 80 0 - 633 - 0405
Store Not Immediate (STR NOT I) ) Begins a rung/branch of logic
with a normally closed contact. The contact will be updated with the
current input field status when processed in the program scan.
Set Immediate (SET I) An output that turns on a point or a range of
points. The reset instruction is used to turn the point(s) off that were set.
The output field device status is updated when the instruction is
processed in the program scan.
Pause outputs (PAUSE) Disables the update for a range of specified
output points.
Reset Immediate (RST I) An output that resets a point or a range of
points. The output field device status is updated when the instruction is
processed in the program scan.
Comparative Boolean Instructions
Timer, Counter, and Shift Register Instructions
Store if Equal (STR E) Begins a new rung or additional branch in a
rung with a normally open comparative contact. The contact will be on
when A=B.
Timer (TMR) Single input incrementing timer with 0.1 second resolution (0-999.9 seconds).
Store if Not Equal (STR NOT E) Begins a new rung or additional
branch in a rung with a normally closed comparative contact. The contact will be on when A =/ B
Or if Equal (OR E) Connects a normally open comparative contact in
parallel with another contact. The contact will be on when A=B.
Fast Timer (TMRF) Single input incrementing timer with 0.01 second
resolution (0-99.99 seconds).
Accumulating Timer (TMRA) Two input incrementing timer with 0.1
second resolution (0-9,999,999.9 sec.). Time enable/reset inputs control the timer.
Or if Not Equal (OR NOT E) Connects a normally closed comparative
contact in parallel with another contact. It will be on when A =/ B.
Accumulating Fast Timer (TMRAF) Two input incrementing timer
w/0.01 sec. Resolution (0-999,999.99 sec.). Time enable/reset inputs
control the timer.
And if Equal (AND E) Connects a normally open comparative contact
in series with another contact. The contact will be on when A=B.
Counter (CNT) Two input incrementing counter (0-9999). Count and
reset inputs control the counter.
And if Not Equal (AND NOT E) Connects a normally closed comparative contact in series with another contact. It will be on when A =/ B.
Stage Counter (SGCNT) Single input incrementing counter (0-9999).
RST instruction must be used to reset count.
Store (STR) Begins a new rung or additional branch in a rung with a
normally open comparative contact. The contact will be on when A_>B.
Up Down Counter (UDC) Three input counter (0-99,999,999). Up,
down, and reset inputs control the counter.
Store Not (STR NOT) Begins a new rung or additional branch in a
rung with a normally closed comparative contact. The contact will be
on when A<B.
Shift Register (SR) Shifts data through a range of control relays with
each clock pulse. The data, clock, and reset inputs control the shift
register.
Or (OR) Connects a normally open comparative contact in parallel
with another contact. The contact will be on when A_>B.
Logical Instructions (Accumulator)
Or Not (OR NOT) Connects a normally open comparative contact in
parallel with another contact. The contact will be on when A<B.
And (AND) Connects a normally open comparative contact in series
with another contact. The contact will be on when A_>B.
And Not (AND NOT) Connects a normally open comparative contact
in series with another contact. The contact will be on when A<B.
Bit of Word Boolean Instructions
Store Bit of Word (STRB) D2-250 Only Begins a new rung or an additional branch in a rung with a normally open contact that examines a
single bit of a V-memory location.
Store Not Bit of Word (STRNB) D2-250 Only Begins a new rung or
an additional branch in a rung with a normally closed contact that
examines a single bit of a V-memory location.
And (AND) Logically ands the lower 16 bits in the accumulator with a
V memory location.
And Double (ANDD) Logically ands the value in the accumulator with
an 8 digit constant.
And Formatted (ANDF) D2-250 Only Logically and the value in the
accumulator and a specified range of discrete memory bits (1-32).
Or (OR) Logically ors the lower 16 bits in the accumulator with a V
memory location.
Or Double (ORD) Logically ors the value in the accumulator with an 8
digit constant.
Or Formatted (ORF) (D2-250 Only) Logically ors the value in the
accumulator with a range of discrete bits (1-32).
Exclusive Or (XOR) Performs an Exclusive Or of the value in the lower
16 bits of the accumulator and a V memory location.
Or Bit of Word (ORB) D2-250 Only Logically ors a normally open bit
of word contact in parallel with another contact in a rung.
Exclusive Or Double (XORD) Performs an Exclusive Or of the value in
the accumulator and an 8 digit constant.
Or Not Bit of Word (ORNB) D2-250 Only Logically ors a normally
closed bit of word contact in parallel with another contact in a rung.
Exclusive Or Formatted (XORF) D2-250 Only Performs an exclusive or
of the value in the accumulator and a range of discrete bits (1-32).
And Bit of Word (ANDB) D2-250 Only Logically ands a normally
open bit of word contact in series with another contact in a rung.
Compare (CMP) Compares the value in the lower 16bits of the accumulator with a V memory location.
And Not Bit of Word (ANDNB) D2-250 Only Logically ands a normally closed bit of word contact in series with another contact in a
rung.
Compare Double (CMPD) Compares the value in the accumulator with
two consecutive V memory locations or an 8-digit constant.
Out Bit of Word (OUTB) D2-250 Only Reflects the status of the rung
(on/off) and outputs the discrete (on/off) state to the specified bit of a
V-memory location.
Set Bit of Word (SETB) D2-250 Only An output that turns on a single
bit of a V-memory location. The bit remains on until it is reset. The
reset bit of word instruction is used to turn off the bit.
Reset Bit of Word (RSTB) D2-250 Only An output that resets a single
bit of a V-memory location.
Compare Formatted (CMPF) D2-250 Only Compares the value in the
accumulator with a specified number of discrete bits. (1-32).
Compare Real Number (CMPR) D2-250 Only Compares the real number in the accumulator with two consecutive V memory locations or an
8-digit real number constant.
Multiply (MUL) Multiplies a BCD value, which is either a V memory
location or a 4-digit constant, by the value in the lower 16 bits in the
accumulator. The result resides in the accumulator.
Multiply Double (MULD) D2-250 Only Multiplies a BCD value contained in two consecutive V memory locations by the value in the
accumulator. The result resides in the accumulator.
Multiply Real Number (MULR) D2-250 Only Multiplies a real number, which is either two consecutive V memory locations or an 8-digit
constant, by the real number in the accumulator. The result resides in
the accumulator.
Divide (DIV) Divides a BCD value in the lower 16 bits of the accumulator by a BCD value which is either a V memory location or a 4-digit
constant. The result resides in the accumulator.
Divide Double (DIVD) D2-250 Only divides a BCD value in the accumulator by a BCD value which is either two consecutive V memory
locations or an 8-digit constant. The result resides in the accumulator.
Divide Real Number (DIVR) D2-250 Only Divides a real number in
the accumulator by a real number which is either two consecutive V
memory locations or an 8-digit constant. The result resides in the
accumulator.
Add Binary (ADDB) D2-250 Only Adds the binary value in the lower
16 bits of the accumulator to a value which is either a V memory location or a 16 bit constant. The result resides in the accumulator.
Subtract Binary (SUBB) D2-250 Only Subtract a 16 bit binary value,
which is either a V memory location or a 16 bit constant, from the
lower 16 bits in the accumulator. The result resides in the accumulator.
Multiply Binary (MULB) D2-250 Only Multiplies a 16 bit binary
value, which is either a V memory location or a 16 bit constant, by the
lower 16 bits in the accumulator. The result resides in the accumulator.
Divide Binary (DIVB) D2-250 Only Divides the binary value in the
lower 16 bits in the accumulator by a value which is either a V memory location or a 16 bit constant. The result resides in the accumulator.
Increment (INC) D2-250 Only Increments a BCD value in a specified
memory location by 1 each time the instruction is executed.
Decrement (DEC) D2-250 Only Decrements a BCD value in a specified V memory location by 1 each time the instruction is executed.
Increment Binary (INCB) Increments a binary value in a specified V
memory location by one each time the instruction is executed.
Decrement Binary (DECB) Decrements a binary value in a specified V
memory location by 1 each time the instruction is executed.
Accumulator/Stack Load and Output Data
Load (LD) Loads a 16 bit word into the lower 16 bits of the accumulator/stack.
Load Double (LDD) Loads a 32 bit word into the accumulator/stack.
Load Real Number (LDR) D2-250 Only Loads a real number contained in two consecutive V-memory locations or an 8-digit constant
into the accumulator.
Load Formatted (LDF) D2-240 and D2-250 Only Only Loads the
accumulator with a specified number of consecutive discrete memory
bits.
Load Address (LDA) Loads the accumulator with the HEX value for an
octal constant (address).
Load Accumulator Indexed (LDX) D2-250 Only Loads the accumulator with a V memory address to be offset by the value in the accumulator stack.
Load Accumulator Indexed from Data Constants (LDSX) D2-240 and
D2-250 Only Loads the accumulator with an offset constant value
(ACON/NCON) from a data label area (DLBL).
Out (OUT) Copies the value in the lower 16 bits of the accumulator
to a specified V memory location.
Out Double (OUTD) Copies the value in the accumulator to two consecutive V memory locations.
Out Formatted (OUTF) D2-240 and D2-250 Outputs a specified number of bits (1-32) from the accumulator to the specified discrete memory locations.
Output Indexed (OUTX) D2-250 Only Copies a 16 bit value from the
first level of the accumulator stack to a source address offset by the
value in the accumulator.
Pop (POP) Moves the value from the first level of the accumulator
stack to the accumulator and shifts each value in the stack up one
level.
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Number Conversion Instructions (Accumulator)
Interrupt Instructions
ASCII Instructions
Binary (BIN) Converts the BCD value in the accumulator to the equivalent binary value. The result resides in the accumulator.
ASCII IN (AIN) Configures port 2 to read raw ASCII input strings.
Invert (INV) Takes the one’s complement of the 32 bit value in the
accumulator. The result resides in the accumulator.
Interrupt Routine/Interrupt Return/Interrupt Return Conditional
(INT/IRT/RTC) D2-240 and D2-250 Only (Conditional return is only
supported in the D2-250) When a hardware or software interrupt has
occurred the interrupt routine will be executed. The INT Instruction is
the beginning of the interrupt routine. The Interrupt routine is terminated with an IRT Instruction (unconditional interrupt return). When an
interrupt return is reached the execution of the program continues from
the instruction where the program execution was prior to the interrupt.
Ten’s Complement (BCDCPL) Takes the ten’s complement of the BCD
value in the accumulator. The result resides in the accumulator.
Enable Interrupt (ENI) Enables hardware and software interrupts to be
acknowledged.
Print to V-memory (VPRINT) Used to send pre-coded ASCII strings to
a pre-defined V-memory address when enabled.
ASCII to HEX (ATH) D2-250 Only Converts a table of ASCII values to
a table of hexadecimal values.
Disable Interrupt (DISI) Disables hardware and software interrupts
from being acknowledged.I
Print from V-Memory (PRINTV) Used to write raw ASCII strings out of
port 2 when enabled.
HEX to ASCII (HTA) D2-250 Only Converts a table of hexadecimal
values to a table of ASCII values.
Intelligent Module Instructions
MODBUS Instructions
Binary Coded Decimal (BCD) Converts the binary value in the accumulator to the equivalent BCD value. The result resides in the accumulator.
Segment (SEG) D2-250 Only Converts a 4-digit HEX number in the
accumulator to a corresponding bit pattern for interfacing to seven
segment displays. The result resides in the accumulator.
Gray code to BCD (GRAY) D2-240 and D2-250 Only Converts a 16
bit GRAY code value in the accumulator to a corresponding BCD
value. The result resides in the accumulator.
Shuffle digits (SFLDGT) D2-240 and D2-250 Only Shuffles a maximum of 8 digits, rearranging them in a specified order. The result
resides in the accumulator.
Binary to Real Number (BTOR) D2-250 Only Converts the integer
value in the accumulator into a real number. The result resides in the
accumulator.
Real Number to Binary (RTOB) D2-250 Only Converts the real number in the accumulator into an integer value. The result resides in the
accumulator.
Bit Instructions (Accumulator)
Sum (SUM) D2-250 Only Counts the number of bits set to "1" in the
accumulator. The HEX result resides in the accumulator.
Shift Left (SHFL) Shifts the bits in the accumulator a specified number
of places to the left.
Shift Right (SHFR) Shifts the bits in the accumulator a specified number of places to the right.
Rotate Left (ROTL) D2-250 Only Rotates the bits in the accumulator a
specified number of places to the left.
Rotate Right (ROTR) D2-250 Only Rotates the bits in the accumulator
a specified number of places to the right.
Encode (ENCO) Encodes the bit position set to 1 in the accumulator,
and returns the appropriate binary representation in the accumulator.
Decode (DECO) Decoded a 5 bit binary value (0-31) in the accumulator by setting the appropriate bit position to 1 in the accumulator.
Table Instructions/Clock/Calendar Instructions
Move (MOV) Moves the values from one V memory table to another V
memory table.
Move Memory Cartridge/Load Label (MOVMC/LDLBL) Copies data
between V memory and program ladder memory.
Clock/Calendar Instructions:
Date (DATE) D2-250 Only Sets the date (year, month, day, day of
week) in the CPU calendar using two consecutive V memory locations.
Time (TIME) D2-250 Only Sets the time (hour, seconds, and minutes)
in the CPU using two consecutive V memory locations.
CPU Control Instructions
No Operation (NOP) Inserts a no operation coil at specified program
addresses.
End (END) Marks the termination point for the normal program scan.
An End instruction is required at the end of the main program body
Stop (STOP) Changes the operational mode of the CPU from Run to
Program (Stop).
Break (BREAK) D2-250 Only Changes the operational mode of the
CPU from Run to the Test Program mode.
Reset Watchdog Timer (RSTWT) D2-240 and D2-250 Only Resets the
CPU watchdog timer.
Program Control Instructions
Goto/Label (GOTO/LBL) D2-240 and D2-250 Only Skips (does not
execute) all instructions between the GOTO and the corresponding
label (LBL) instruction.
For/Next (FOR/NEXT) D2-240 and D2-250 Only Executes the logic
between the FOR and NEXT Instructions a specified number of times.
Goto Subroutine/Subroutine Return Conditional/Subroutine Return
(GTS/SBRw/RT D2-240 and D2-250 Only (Unconditional Subroutine
return is supported in the D2-250 Only) When a GTS instruction is
executed the program jumps to the SBR (subroutine). The subroutine is
terminated with an RT instruction (unconditional return). When a
return is executed the program continues from the instruction after the
calling GTS instruction.
Master Line Set/Master Line Reset (MLS/MLR) Allows the program to
control sections of ladder logic by forming a new power rail. The MLS
marks the beginning of a power rail and the MLR marks the end of the
power rail control.
Read from Intelligent Module (RD) D2-240 and D2-250 Only Reads a
block of data (1-128 bytes max.) from an intelligent I/O module.
(D2-260 only)
ASCII Find (AFIND) Searches ASCII strings in V-memory to find a specific portion of the string.
ASCII IN (AEX) Extracts a specific portion from an ASCII string.
Compare V-memory (CMPV) Compares two blocks of V-memory
Swap Bytes (SWAPB) Swaps V-memory bytes
(D2-260 only)
MODBUS Read (MRX) Uses CPU port 2 to read a block of data from
MODBUS RTU devices on the network
Write to Intelligent Module (WT) D2-240 and D2-250 Only Writes a
block of data (1-128 bytes max.) to an intelligent I/O module.
MODBUS Write (MWX) Writes a block of data from CPU port 2 to
MODBUS RTU devices on the network.
Network Instructions
Trigonometric Instructions
Read from network (RX) D2-240 and D2-250 Only Reads a block of
data from another CPU on the network.
Square Root Real (SQRTR) Takes the square root of the real number
stored in the accumulator. The result resides in the accumulator.
Write to network (WX) D2-240 and D2-250 Only Writes a block of
data from the master device to a slave device on the network.
Sine Real (SINR) Takes the sine of the real number stored in the accumulator. The result resides in the accumulator.
Message Instructions
Cosine Real (COSR) Takes the cosine of the real number stored in the
accumulator. The result resides in the accumulator.
Fault/Data Label (FAULT/DLBL) Displays a V memory value or a Data
label constant to the handheld programmer or personal computer using
DirectSOFT.
Tangent Real (TANR) Takes the tangent of the real number stored in
the accumulator. The result resides in the accumulator.
Numerical Constant/ASCII constant (NCON/ACON) Store constants in
numerical or ASCII form for use with other instructions.
Print Message (PRINT) D2-250 Only Prints the embedded text or
text/data variable message to the specified communications port.
Maximum message length is 255 words.
(D2-260 only)
ARC Sine Real (ASINR) Takes the inverse sine of the real number
stored in the accumulator. The result resides in the accumulator.
ARC Cosine Real (ACOSR) Takes the inverse cosine of the real number
stored in the accumulator. The result resides in the accumulator.
ARC Tangent Real (ATANR) Takes the inverse tangent of the real number stored in the accumulator. The result resides in the accumulator.
(D2-260 only)
RLL PLUS Programming Instructions
Extended Table Instructions
Initial stage (ISG) The initial stage instruction is used for a starting
point for user application program. The ISG instruction will be active
on power up and PROGRAM to RUN transitions.
Fill (FILL) Fills a table of specified V memory locations with a value
which is either a V memory location or a 4-digit constant.
Stage (SG) Stage instructions are used to create structured programs.
They are program segments which can be activated or deactivated with
control logic.
Jump (JMP) Normally open coil that deactivates the active stage and
activates a specified stage when there is power to flow to the coil.
Not Jump (NJMP) Normally Closed coil that deactivates the active
stage and activates a specified stage when there is no power flow to
the coil.
Converge stages (CV) Converge stages are a group of stages that when
all stages are active the associated converge jump(s) (CVJMP) will activate another stage(s). One scan after the CVJMP is executed, the converge stages will be deactivated.
Converge Jump (CVJMP) Normally open coil that deactivates the
active CV stages and activates a specified stage when there is power
flow to the coil.
Block Call/Block/Block End (BCALL w/BLK and BEND) BCALL is a
normally open coil that activates a block of stages when there is power
flow to the coil. BLK is the label which marks the beginning of a block
of stages. BEND is a label used to mark the end of a block of stages.
Drum Instructions
Timed Drum with Discrete Outputs (DRUM) D2-250 Only Time driven drum with up to 16 steps and 16 discrete output points. Output status is written to the appropriate output during each step. Specify a time
base per count (in milliseconds). Each step can have a different number
of counts to trigger the transition to the next step. Also define preset
step as destination when reset occurs.
Time & Event Drum with Discrete Outputs (EDRUM) D2-250 Only
Time and/or event driven drum with up to 16 steps and 16 discrete
output points. Output status is written to the appropriate output during
each step. Specify a time base per count (in milliseconds). Each step
can have a different number of counts and an event to trigger the
counting. Once the time has expired, a transition to the next step
occurs. Also define preset step as destination when reset occurs.
Time & Event Drum with Discrete Outputs & Output Mask
(MDRUMD) D2-250 Only Time and/or event driven drum with up to
16 steps and 16 discrete output points. Actual output status is the result
of a bit-by-bit AND between the output mask and the bit mask in the
step. Specify a time base per count (in milliseconds). Each step can
have a different number of counts and an event to trigger the counting.
Once the time has expired, a transition to the next step occurs. Also
define preset step as destination when reset occurs.
Time & Event Drum with Word Output & Output Mask (MDRUMW)
D2-250 Only Time and/or event driven drum with up to 16 steps and a
single V-memory output location. Actual output status is the result of a
bit-by-bit AND between the output mask and the bit mask in the step.
Specify a time base per count (in milliseconds). Each step can have a
different number of counts and an event to trigger the counting. Once
the time has expired, a transition to the next step occurs. Also define
preset step as destination when reset occurs.
Find (FIND) Finds a value in a V memory table and returns the table
position containing the value to the accumulator.
Find Greater Than (FDGT) Finds a value in a V memory table which is
greater than the specified search value. The table position containing
the value is returned to the accumulator.
Find Block (FINDB) Finds a block of data values in a V memory table
and returns the starting address of the table containing the values to
the accumulator.
Table to Destination (TTD) Moves the value from the top of a V memory table to a specified V memory location. The table pointer increments each scan.
Remove From Bottom (RFB) Moves the value from the bottom of a V
memory table to a specified V memory location. The table pointer
increments each scan.
Source To Table (STT) Moves a value from a specified V memory location to a V memory table. The table pointer increments each scan.
Remove from Top (RFT) Pops a value from the top of a V memory table
and stores it in a specified V memory location. All other values in the V
memory table are shifted up each time a value is Popped from the
table.
Add To Top of Table (ATT) Pushes a value from a specified V memory
location onto the top of a V memory table. All other values in the V
memory table are shifted down each time a value is pushed onto the
table.
Table Shift Left (TSHFL) Shifts s specified number of bits to the left in a
V memory table.
Table Shift Right (TSHFR) Shifts s specified number of bits to the right
in a V memory table.
Move Block (MOVBLK) Copies a specified number of words from a
Data Label Area of program memory (ACON, NCON) to a V memory
area.
And Move(ANDMOV) Copies data from a table to the specified location, ANDing each word with the accumulator data as it is written.
Or Move (ORMOV) Copies data from a table to the specified memory
location, ORing each word with the accumulator data as it is written.
Exclusive Or Move (XORMOV) Copies data from a table to the specified memory location, XORing each word with the accumulator data
as it is written.
Note: There are additional instructions that apply to the D2-260 CPU
only that are not described in these tables. The instructions are listed
below; see the DL05/06 instruction set for more detailed descriptions.
Differential instructions: LDI, LDIF, OUTI, OUTIF
Accumulator/stack load and output data instructions:: OUTL, OUTM,
OUTX
Logical instructions: ANDF, ANDS, ORF, ORS, XORF, XORS, CMPS
Math instructions: ADDBD, SUBB, SUBBD, MULB, DIVB, ADDF, SUBF,
MULF, DIVF, ADDS, SUBS, MULS, DIVS, ADDBS, SUBBS, MULBS, DIVBS
Number conversion instructions: RADR, DEGR
RLL Plus instructions: BCALL, BLK, BEND
Drum instructions: MDRMD, MDRMW
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