16 Input 120 VAC Base Unit User`s Manual

16 Input 120 VAC Base Unit User`s Manual
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Instruction Bulletin
30598-381-01B1
July 1997
16 Input 120 VAC Base Unit
TBX DES16S04
User’s Manual
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WARNING
UNINTENTIONAL EQUIPMENT OPERATION
To avoid improper handling of equipment:
The application of this product requires expertise in the design and
programming of control systems. Only persons with such expertise should be
allowed to program, install, alter, and apply this product.
Failure to observe this instruction can result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD
To avoid improper handling of equipment:
1.
Never remove this device while power is ON.
2.
Do not subject to static discharge. This module contains electronic
components that are very susceptible to damage from electrostatic discharge.
Failure to observe this instruction can result in equipment damage.
SY/MAX, SY/NET, SY/LINK, and SY/MATE are registered trademarks of Square D Company.
PASSPORT and IO/NET are trademarks of Square D Company.
© 1997 Schneider S.A. All rights reserved. This document may not be copied in whole or in part, or
transferred to any other media, without the written permission of Schneider S.A.
Electrical equipment should be serviced only by qualified electrical maintenance personnel. No
responsibility is assumed by Schneider S.A. for any consequences arising out of the use of this
material.
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Bulletin No. 30598-381-01B1
July 1997
16 Input 120 VAC Base Unit
TBX DES16S04
DESCRIPTION
The TBX DES16S04 is a distributed input base unit containing sixteen 120 VAC
digital inputs. This base unit may be coupled with a compatible communications
interface to form a complete distributed block, which is well suited for the control of
discrete field devices located some distance from a host programmable logic
controller (PLC). The application of distributed I/O blocks saves installation and
maintenance cost, as compared to direct wiring of field devices to a centralized I/O
system over long distances.
The TBX DES16S04 base unit can be used with either SY/MAX® or Telemecanique
PLCs, through the use of a compatible communications interface, or “top hat”. The
interface mounts directly on the base unit, and allows the PLC to read and write to
the I/O points through a suitable control network. The Class 8030 Type CRM275
Distributed Remote IO/NET™ Interface (DRIO) supports connection to the IO/NET
control network as part of the PASSPORT™ I/O System. The TBX LEP020 and TBX
LEP030 communications interfaces support connection to the FIPIO network. The
TBX CBS010 Expansion Interface allows connection of a second TBX base unit to a
single communications top hat.
The DES16S04 base unit supports the following TBX I/O features:
• Sixteen input points - Suitable for use with discrete field devices such as
solenoids, contactors and pilot lights.
• Input power loss indication - Reports back to the processor if the output power
supply drops below the valid level.
• Input fallback state control - Point-by-point control over output states when
communication is lost.
• Removable field wiring terminal strip - Mounts securely to the base unit
without use of screws or fasteners.
This bulletin contains information on installation and application of the TBX DES16S04
base unit with either SY/MAX or Telemecanique PLCs. For information about
programming a SY/MAX PLC for use with the TBX DES16S04 base, refer to the Class
8030 Type CRM275 (DRIO) instruction bulletin (#30598-380). For information about
programming a Telemecanique PLC for use with the TBX DES16S04 base, refer to the
Telemecanique TBX Distributed I/O Modules manual (TSX DM TBX V5E). Please read
and keep all the appropriate manuals close at hand when using TBX base units.
Top hats receive +24 VDC from the primary base, which the top hat converts to logic
power for the top hat and bases. For additional information on the DRIO Interface
and the Expansion Interface, refer to instruction bulletins 30598-380 and 30598-371
respectively. The TBX SUP10 power supply may be used to provide 24 VDC for TBX
bases and sensors from an AC source.
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16 Input 120 VAC Base Unit
TBX DES16S04
Bulletin No. 30598-381-01B1
July 1997
SPECIFICATIONS
Base Unit Power
Operating voltage:
120 VAC
Operating current at nominal voltage:
Configuration
Nominal
Base only
30 mA
Base with comms interface
100 mA
Base, interface and expansion base
125 mA
Inputs
Inputs per base unit
Number of input commons
Isolation rating
Voltage operating range
Maximum output current
Maximum voltage drop
OFF state leakage current
Maximum turn ON time
Maximum turn OFF time
I/O status indication
16
1
1500 V rms between outputs and earth terminal
24 VDC nominal; 19-30 VDC
0.5 A
0.4 V
< 2 mA
1 ms
1 ms
Visual indication provided by communications
interface: 1 LED per input point
Environmental and Physical
Operating temperature rating
Storage temperature rating
Humidity rating
Dimensions (H x W x D):
Base unit w/ terminal strip
Base w/ comms. interface or
Base w/ CBS010 Interface
Weight (Base unit only)
4
0 to 60°C (32 to 140°F)
-40 to 80°C (-40 to 176°F)
5-95% RH, non-condensing
See Figure 1
3.43 x 9.25 x 2.4 in (87 x 235 x 61 mm)
3.43 x 9.25 x 2.91 in (87 x 235 x 73.9 mm)
1.3 lb (0.6 kg)
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Bulletin No. 30598-381-01B1
July 1997
16 Input 120 VAC Base Unit
TBX DES16S04
Agency Compliance
0.24
6.1
Complies with UL508, CSA C22-2 requirements, and FM Class I, Division 2
Hazardous Locations approval requirements
3.43
87
2.13
54
1.30
33
0.22
5.6
DIN Rail Center Line
40 Position I/O Terminal Strip
8.27
210
9.25
235
in
Dimensions:
mm
61
2.4
Top view with DIN rail mounting dimensions
40.6
1.6
8.74
222
Side view
Figure 1:
Dimensions
BASE UNIT WIRING
Input devices are wired to the terminal strip on the top of the base unit. Figure 2
shows the terminal strip pin-out for the base unit.
Two terminal strip labels are packaged with the base unit. If you are using the base
unit with a SY/MAX system, use the terminal strip label with I/O numbered from
1-16; if you have a Telemecanique system, use the terminal strip label with I/O
numbered from 0-15. These are both illustrated in Figure 2.
The TBX DES16S04 provides separate terminals for base voltage and control output
voltage. These terminals may be connected to a common 120 VAC supply or may be
sourced by independent supplies (terminals 1 and 4 must be at the same potential).
WARNING
INCORRECT WIRING
The base must be properly grounded before applying power. Equipment MUST
be grounded using the screw provided.
Do not use metallic conduit as a ground conductor.
Failure to observe these instructions can result in death or serious injury.
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16 Input 120 VAC Base Unit
TBX DES16S04
Bulletin No. 30598-381-01B1
July 1997
Base voltage
120 VAC
3
1
2
4
9
7
5
6
11
10
8
13
12
15
17
16
14
21
19
18
20
23
22
25
24
27
26
29
28
31
30
33
32
35
34
37 39
36
38
40
Input control voltage
120 VAC
L2
L1
COM
IN-L1
I0
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
I7
I8
I9
I10
I11
I12
I13
I14
I15
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37 39
3
1
2
4
6
10
8
12
16
14
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
NC
38
40
Telemecanique
labels
(0-15)
GND IN-L2 COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM NC GND
ININININININININININININININININL1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L2
L1
COM
IN-L1
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
I7
I8
I9
I10
I11
I12
I13
I14
I15
I16
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37 39
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
NC
38
40
SY/MAX
labels
(1-16)
GND IN-L2 COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM NC GND
ININININININININININININININININL1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
Figure 2:
TBX DES16S04 Wiring Connections & Terminal Block Signal Assignments
WARNING
UNINTENTIONAL EQUIPMENT OPERATION
Be sure to use the appropriate SY/MAX or Telemecanique terminal strip label
when wiring inputs or outputs. Two terminal strip labels are packaged with the
base unit. If you are using the base unit with a SY/MAX system, use the
terminal strip label with I/O numbered from 1-16; if you have a Telemecanique
system, use the terminal strip label with I/O numbered from 0-15.
Failure to observe these instructions can result in death, serious injury,
or equipment damage.
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Bulletin No. 30598-381-01B1
July 1997
16 Input 120 VAC Base Unit
TBX DES16S04
MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
The base unit can be mounted horizontally or vertically as shown in Figure 3.
①
Mounting horizontally side-by-side
①
Mounting vertically
side-by-side (terminal
strips must be toward
right as shown)
①
①
Spacing: 1 in (25 mm)
Mounting horizontally
Figure 3:
Base Unit Orientation Examples
To mount the base unit on a 35-mm DIN rail:
1. Hook the base unit onto the rail as shown
in Figure 4.
2. Press down and toward the DIN rail until
the base unit is secure. (There are two
spring clips in the top of the groove on
the back of the unit.)
To remove the base unit from a DIN rail:
1. Press down on the base unit.
2. Swing the unit outward and lift it off the
rail at the same time as pressing down.
NOTE: If the base unit is to be used in a high-vibration
environment, mounting the unit on a panel
rather than a DIN rail provides more stability.
Use cable ties to secure the communication cable.
2
1
Figure 4: Mounting and
Removing the
Base Unit
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INSTALLATION AND APPLICATION CONSIDERATIONS
NOTE: The base unit is not compatible with the Type CRM270 module.
• Base Voltage - The DES16S04 base requires a 120 VAC operating voltage to be
applied between VB+ and VB- (terminals 3 and 1, respectively).
• Grounding - The green ground wire must be connected to the ground screw
beside the terminal block.
• Jumper Wire - A #16 AWG wire must be installed between terminals 2 and 40.
• Commons - The DES16S04 base unit has one common terminal for every input.
• Fusing - The base and control power lines must be externally fused by the user.
• External Wiring - Each terminal accommodates up to two #16 AWG gauge wires.
• Noise Suppression - The DES16S04 base unit has internal transient noise
suppression. Therefore, outputs may be wired in series or parallel with hard
contact switches to control an inductive load (such as a motor starter to a solenoid).
• Voltage Sensing - The TBX DES16S04 base unit monitors and reports the status of the
inputs’ power supply. (The status of this voltage is indicated in bit 2 of SY/MAX
register S0003. See “Register Usage with SY/MAX Class 8030 Type CRM275 DRIO”.)
• Freeze State Control - TBX Distributed I/O feature an enhancement to the Freeze
Outputs capability of the IO/NET control network. In the default configuration,
when the IO/NET Freeze bit is set and if communication between the LIO and DRIO
fails, the DRIO maintain the outputs in their last state before the communication
failure. This operation is the same as the Freeze State for the RIO (Type CRM260).
With TBX Distributed I/O, the user may also have the DRIO set the outputs to a
pre-defined state. By defining the output fallback states in register S0006 and
setting the Freeze State control bits in S0004 to the fallback option, the DRIO sets
the outputs to the fallback state when a Freeze condition occurs. When
communications are restored, the outputs will return to normal operation.
REGISTER USAGE WITH THE SY/MAX CLASS 8030 TYPE CRM275
DRIO MODULE
The DES16S04 base unit supports the assignment of 10 registers for I/O, diagnostic
and configuration registers. Additional information about base unit register usage is
contained in the DRIO instruction bulletin (#30598-380). This base unit supports I/O
power loss indication (Register 3), output fallback state control (Register 4, bits 5-6;
Register 6), input pulse latching (Register 4, bits 7-10; Register 9) and wiring fault
check (Register 7, bits 1-16). Refer to Chapter 4 of the DRIO instruction bulletin for
more information about register assignments.
WARNING
UNINTENTIONAL EQUIPMENT OPERATION
Do not use reserved registers and bits in PLC programs. Erratic operation may result.
Failure to observe this instruction can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.
Merlin Gerin
30598-381-01B1
Square D
July 1997
Telemecanique
Printed in USA
© 1997 Square D All Rights Reserved
DLC
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