Reduced wiring system (CC-Link compliant SI unit) EX180
No.EX##-OMI0036-A
Reduced wiring system
(CC-Link compliant SI unit)
PRODUCT NAME
EX180-SMJ1 Series
MODEL/ Series
Table of Contents
SAFETY
2
Product Summary
8
Terms definition
8
Model indication method / How to order
8
Parts and functions description
9
Mounting / Installation
10
Installation
10
Wiring method
11
Setting
13
Specification
15
Specifications
15
Dimensions
16
Maintenance
17
Maintenance
17
Troubleshooting
18
Troubleshoot
18
List of Troubles and Countermeasures
19
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SAFETY
This manual contains essential information to prevent possible injury and damage to (users and
other people, and property) and to ensure correct handling.
Please confirm understanding the definition of the following messages (signs) before going on to
read the text, and always follow the instructions.
Also read carefully the instruction manual of relevant equipment or apparatus before use.
♦Indications
IMPORTANT MESSAGES
Read this manual and follow its instructions. Signal words such as WARNING, CAUTION and
NOTE, will be followed by important safety information that must be carefully reviewed.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in death or
serious injury if you do not follow instructions.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which if not avoided, may
result in minor injury or moderate injury.
NOTE
Gives you helpful information.
♦Operator
♦This operation manual has been written for those who have knowledge of machinery and
apparatus that use pneumatic equipment and have full knowledge of assembly, operation and
maintenance of such equipment.
♦Please read this operation manual carefully and understand it before assembling, operating or
providing maintenance to the SI Unit.
♦Usage Restrictions
♦This product is designed for use in general equipment for factory automation. Never use this product
with equipment or apparatus that directly concerns human lives*1, or which malfunction or failure can
cause a huge loss.
*1: Equipment or apparatus that directly matters human lives means the following:
• Medical equipment such as life support systems or equipment used in operating rooms
• Compulsory equipment required by law such as the Fire Prevention Law, Construction Law and etc.
• Equipment or apparatus that conforms with those mentioned above.
♦Contact our sales department when plans are made for the product to be used for the system*2 including
equipment that concerns itself with the safety of persons or that seriously affects the public. This usage
needs special consideration*3.
*2: The system including equipment that concerns itself with the safety of persons or that seriously affects
the public means the following:
• Nuclear reactor control systems in nuclear power plants, safety protection systems or other systems
important for safety in nuclear power facilities
• Driving control systems of mass transportation systems, and flight control systems
• Equipment or apparatus that comes into contact with foods or beverages
*3: Special consideration means discussing usage with our engineers to establish a safe system
designed as fool-proof, fail-safe, redundant and etc.
♦Special consideration of safety or maintainability should be taken to prevent hazard or loss caused by a
failure or malfunction that is likely to occur in certain probability due to environmental stress
(deterioration).
The special consideration means to fully review the equipment or apparatus in design stage and to
establish a backup system in advance such as a redundant system or fail-safe system.
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♦The compatibility of pneumatic equipment is the responsibility of the person who designs the
pneumatic system or decides its specifications.
Since the products specified here are used in various operating conditions, their compatibility with the
specific pneumatic system must be based on specifications or after analysis and / or tests to meet your
specific requirements.
♦Only trained personnel should operate pneumatically operated machinery and equipment.
Compressed air can be dangerous if an operator is unfamiliar with it. Assembly, handling or repair of
pneumatic systems should be performed by trained and experienced operators.
♦Do not service machinery / equipment or attempt to remove components until safety is
confirmed.
1.Inspection and maintenance of machinery /equipment should only be performed after confirmation of
safe locked-out control positions.
2.When equipment is to be removed, confirm the safety process as mentioned above. Cut the supply
pressure for the equipment and exhaust all residual compressed air in the system.
3.Before machinery / equipment is re-started, take measures to prevent quick extensions of the cylinder
piston rod etc. (Bleed air info the system gradually to create back-pressure.)
♦Contact SMC if the product is to be used in any of the following conditions:
1.Conditions and environments beyond the given specifications, or if product is used outdoors.
2.Installation on equipment in conjunction with atomic energy, railway, air navigation, vehicles, medical
equipment, food and beverage, recreation equipment, emergency stop circuits, press applications,
or safety equipment.
3.An application which has the possibility of having negative effects on people, property, or animals,
requiring special safety analysis.
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♦Do not disassemble, modify (including change of printed circuit board) or repair.
It may result in injury or failure.
♦Do not operate the product beyond specification range.
Operation at a range that exceeds the specifications can cause a fire, malfunction, or damage
to the unit.
Verify the specifications before use.
♦Do not use the product in an atmosphere containing combustible, explosive or corrosive gas.
It can cause a fire, explosion or corrosion.
The unit is not designed as explosion-proof.
♦The following instructions must be kept when using the product in an interlocking circuit:
• Provide double interlocking by another system such as mechanical protection
• Check the product regularly to ensure proper operation
Otherwise malfunction may cause an accident.
♦The following instructions must be kept during maintenance:
• Turn off the power supply
• Stop the supplied air, exhaust the residual pressure, and confirm the release to atmosphere
before performing maintenance
Otherwise it may cause injury.
♦Perform proper functional checks after maintenance.
Stop operation when an abnormality is observed such that the unit does not work properly.
Safety may not be able to secured if unexpected incorrect operation occurs.
♦Provide grounding for securing safety and noise resistance of reduced-wiring system.
Provide an individual grounding as possible, and place it near the unit to shorten the distance
between the grounding and the unit.
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NOTE
♦Follow the instructions given below for selecting and handling reduced-wiring system :
♦Selection (Follow the installation, wiring, environment of use, adjustment, operation, and
maintenance described below, too.)
∗Product specifications
• Use the following UL recognized direct-current power supply for direct power supplies to
combine.
(1) Limited voltage current circuit in accordance with UL508
A circuit whose power is supplied by secondary coil of a insulating transformer that meets the
following conditions
• Maximum voltage (with no load) : less than 30Vrms (42.4V peak)
• Maximum current : (1) less than 8A(including when short circuited)
(2) limited by circuit protector (such as fuse) with the following ratings
No load voltage (V peak)
Max. current rating (A)
0 ∼ 20 [V]
5.0
Above 20 to 30 [V]
100 / peak voltage
(2) A circuit using max. 30Vrms or less (Class-2 circuit), whose power is supplied by Class-2 power supply
unit in accordance with UL1310, or Class-2 power supply unit in accordance with UL1585
• The reference of power supply for SI unit is 0V for both powers for solenoid valves and SI unit controlling
part.
• Operate reduced-wiring system with the specified voltage.
Operation with a voltage beyond specifications could cause malfunction or damage of the unit.
• Reserve a space for maintenance
Keep space for maintenance for the layout of the unit.
• Do not remove nameplate.
Otherwise maintenance error and misreading of an operation manual could cause damage or
malfunction.
It may also result in nonconformity to the safety standards.
♦Precautions on handling
∗Installation
• Do not drop, hit or apply excessive shock to the unit.
Otherwise the unit could be damaged, and cause failure and malfunction.
• Follow the specified tightening torque.
Excessive tightening torque can break screws.
∗Wiring (including plugging in/out of connector)
• Do not bend the cables or apply excessive force to them by pulling or placing heavy load.
Wiring subject to bending or tensile stress could cause breakage of a cable.
• Connect wires and cables correctly.
Incorrect wiring could cause damage or malfunction to the reduced-wiring system.
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• Do not connect wires while the power is supplied.
Otherwise, the reduced-wiring system could be damaged or malfunction.
• Do not connect power cable or high-voltage cable in the same wiring route as the unit.
Otherwise the wires to the reduced-wiring system can be interrupted with noise or induced surge voltage
from power lines or high-voltage lines and malfunction could be caused.
Separate wiring of the unit and each I/O device from that of power line and high voltage line.
• Verify the insulation of wiring.
Insulation failure (interference with other circuit, poor insulation between terminals and etc.)
could introduce excessive voltage or current to the reduced-wiring system or each I/O device and
damage them.
• Separate power line for solenoid valves from power line for input and control unit.
Otherwise wires can be interrupted with noise or induced surge voltage causing malfunction.
• Take proper measure against noise such as noise filter when the reduced-wiring system is
incorporated in equipment or devices.
Otherwise contamination with noise can cause malfunction.
∗Environment
• Consider using the reduced-wiring system in operating environment suitable for enclosure.
In case of IP20, avoid use in the place where water and oil scatter.
• Take sufficient shielding measures when the unit is installed.
Insufficient measures could cause malfunction or failure.
Verify the effect of the measures after incorporation of the unit in equipment or devices:
(1) A place where noise due to static electricity is generated
(2) A place where electric field strength is high
(3) A place where there is radioactive irradiation
(4) A place near power line
• Do not use the unit near a place where electric surge is generated.
Internal circuit elements of the reduced-wiring system can deteriorate or break when equipment
generating a large surge (electromagnetic lifter, high frequency induction furnace, motor, etc.) is located
near the reduced-wiring system. Provide surge preventives, and avoid interference with line for the
equipment.
• Use the reduced-wiring system equipped with surge absorber when a surge-generating load such as
solenoid valve is driven directly.
Direct drive of a load generating surge voltage can damage reduced wiring system.
• Prevent foreign matters such as remnant of wires from entering the unit.
Take proper measures for the remnant not to enter the reduced-wiring system in order to prevent failure
or malfunction.
• Do not expose the reduced-wiring system to vibration and impact.
Otherwise failure or malfunction could be caused.
• Keep the specified ambient temperature range.
Otherwise malfunction could be caused.
Do not use reduced-wiring system in a place where temperature suddenly changes even within
the specified range.
• Do not expose the reduced-wiring system to heat radiation from a heat source located nearby.
Malfunction could be caused.
∗Adjustment and Operation
• Use precision screwdriver with for small flat blade for setting DIP switch.
∗Maintenance
• Perform maintenance and check regularly.
Otherwise an unexpected malfunction of components could of the unit occur due to a malfunction of the
whole unit.
• Perform a proper functional check.
Stop operation when an abnormality is observed such that the device doesn't work properly.
Otherwise an unexpected malfunction of the unit component can occur.
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• Do not use solvents such as benzene, thinner or other to clean the reduced-wiring system.
They could damage the surface of the body and erase the indication on the body.
Use a soft cloth to remove stains. For heavy stains, use a cloth soaked with diluted neutral detergent and
fully squeezed, then wipe up the stains again with a dry cloth.
• Do not use solvents such as benzene, thinner or other to clean the reduced-wiring system.
They could damage the surface of the body and erase the indication on the body.
Use a soft cloth to remove stains. For heavy stains, use a cloth soaked with diluted neutral detergent
and fully squeezed, then wipe up the stains again with a dry cloth.
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Product Summary
♦Terms definition
No.
Term
Definiton
Total of station
Total number of occupied stations among the all slave stations connected
with CC-Link.
2
Station number
Numbers from 1 to 64, which are assigned to the slave stations. No. 0
is assigned to the master of CC-Link. The slave stations must be
assigned concerning the number of occupied stations so that they will
not duplicate.
3
Slave station
General term for a station excepting the master station.
4
Number of occupied
slaves
5
Remote I/O
Number of stations on a network used by a slave. Depending on the data,
1 to 4 stations can be set. Remote I/O occupies 1 station only.
A slave which can only use bit data. Occupy 1 station only.
(Example : digital unit, solenoid valves, sensors, etc)
1
Model indication method / How to order
・SI unit series EX180
・Accessory : Communuication
・Accessory : Power supply connector
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Parts and functions description
♦Parts and functions description
№
Parts
Purpose
1
Communication socket
(BUS)
Connect to CC-Link line with an accessory connector for CC-Link (⑦).
2
Power supply socket
(PWR(V))
Supply the power for solenoid valve with an accessory connector (⑧).
3
Power supply socket
(PWR)
Supply power for SI unit control with an accessory connector (⑧).
4
FG terminal
Used for functional ground.
5
Display
The status of the unit is indicated with LED.
6
Setting switch area
The station number and transmission speed are set.
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Mounting / Installation
♦Installation
• Applicable manifold valve
The SI unit series EX180 can have the following manifold valve only.
• Manifold
• Series SJ2000/3000
* Refer to a catalog for each valve series and Technical Specifications for the detail of the solenoid valve
and manifold.
• Mounting to the manifold
1. Put the mounting guide of the SI unit case to the manifold groove.
2. Slide the 2 locks on the top of the manifold.
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♦Wiring method
• Internal circuit
• NPN output
• PNP output
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1. Communication wiring
The method to connect CC-Link dedicated cable to the communication connector of SI unit for CC-Link is
shown on the following table.
(1) Make sure to connect the signal cables to designated pins. (Refer to Fig.1)
Tighten properly with 0.5 to 0.6[N•m] of tightening torque.
(2) Make sure to connect a "Terminating resistor" between "DA" and "DB" of the unit at both ends of
CC-Link system. (Refer to Fig.2) For CC-Link detected cable, use the cable with same
specifications as it. If mixed, the normal data transmission is not guaranteed.
(3) The terminating resistor to connect differs depending on a cable to use at CC-Link system.
(Refer to the following table and Fig.3)
Cable type
CC-Link detected cable
CC-Link dedicated cable
compatible to Ver.1.10
CC-Link dedicated high
performance cable
Terminating resistor
110Ω 1/2W
(Brown, Brown, Brown)
Built-in terminating resistor
(SW2-No.2) ON
130Ω 1/2W
(Brown, Orange, Brown)
(4) Refer to Fig.4 about how toconnect to the unit.
Note
Connect the shield line of CC-Link dedicated cable
to "SLD" of each unit.
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2. Power supply wiring
Connect power supply wiring to the power supply connector
(2pcs) which are delivered as accessory of the SI unit.
Power supply structure consists of 2 systems, but it can be
used with both single power supply and dual power supply.
Make sure to connect the designated pin. (Refer to Fig.5)
Tighten properly with 0.22 to 0.25[N•m] of tightening torque.
Note
D type grounding (Third-type grounding) should be performed for FG terminal.
(The connection to SLD and FG terminal is provided inside the unit.)
Setting
• Settings for display
Display
Meaning
The solenoid valve power supply is supplied
PWR (V)
with specified voltage : Lights up
The solenoid valve power supply is not
supplied with specified voltage : Goes off
Power supply for the SI unit is supplied
PWR
L RUN
: Lights up
Power supply for the SI unit is not supplied
: Goes off
Normally communicating
: Lights up
Communicating intercepted : Goes off
Communication error : Lights up
L ERR
Setting of station number setting/
transmitting speed setting switch is changed during
powered : Lights up
(Blink with 0.4s interval)
Normally communicating : Goes off
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• Switch setting
• Make sure that switch setting is done with power supply turned off.
• Open the cover, and use a precision screwdriver with small flat blade when setting DIP switch, etc.
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Specification
♦Specifications
Communication specification
Item
Specifications
Applicable system
CC-Link Ver.1.10
Occupied station
1 station
Station number setting
range
Station type
Communication speed
Cable length between
stations
Max. cable length
Rated voltage
1 to 64
Remote I/O
156kbps
625kbps
2.5Mbps
5Mbps
10Mbps
900m
400m
160m
100m
20cm or more
1200m
24VDC
SI unit controlling part’s power supply : 24VDC ±10%
Power supply voltage range
Power supply for solenoid valve
: 24VDC +10%/-5%
(Alarm for declined voltage under 20V)
32 points
Short-circuit protection
Applicable
Current consumption
50mA or less
Tolerant instantaneous
interruption in power
1msec. or less
Environ. resistance
Output
Enclosure
IP20
Withstand voltage
500VAC 1min. (Between FG and external terminal)
Insulation resistance
10MΩ or more (500VDC between FG and external terminal)
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Vibration resistance
Operation temperature : -10℃ to 50℃
Storage
: -20℃ to 60℃
35% to 85%RH (No due condensation)
5Hx to 9Hz (Constant amplitude) 1.75mm
9Hx to 150Hz (Constant acceleration) 4.9m/s
2 hrs for each X, Y, and Z direction (Per JIS B3502, IEC6113102)
Impact resistance
147m/s2 3 times for each X, Y, and Z direction
(Per JIS B3502, IEC6113102)
Operation atmosphere
No corrosive gas
Standard
UL/CSA (E209424), CE marking
Weight
110g or less (Including accessory)
(Note 1)
Note 1 : EMC directive (89/336/EEC)
EN61000-6-2:2001
EN55011 : 1998+A1 : 1999+A2 : 2002
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♦Dimensions (unit : mm)
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Maintenance
♦Maintenance
•
Mounting and wiring
Item to inspect
No looseness.
Are the terminating resistance
securely connected to the both ends of
No looseness.
the CC-Link system? (in case this
system is at the end of the network)
Tighten the resistance.
Isn’t the connecting cable broken.
If any error is found on the
appearance, replace the cable.
No appearance error
Replacement parts
Item to inspect
•
Countermeasure
Tighten the connector.
(refer to this Technical
Specifications)
Are connectors (communication,
power supply) of SI unit securely
connected?
•
Criteria
Criteria
Countermeasure
If any error is found on the
appearance or the conductive
resistance, replace the cable.
See the specification of a cable to
be used for the conductive
resistance.
CC-Link applicable cable for moving
part (when used)
No error on the appearance
and conductive resistance
value
SI unit
If any error is found in the
No error in operation and
operation or on the display,
display
replace the unit.
Power supply
Item to inspect
Criteria
Countermeasure
Does the voltage satisfy the specified
range? Measure the voltages at the
both sides of SI unit controlling part's
power supply.
24VDC ±10%
Investigate into the cause of
voltage fluctuation, and take a
countermeasure against it.
Does the voltage satisfy the specified
range? Measure the voltages at the
both sides of the power supply for
solenoid valves.
24VDC +10% / -5%
Investigate into the cause of
voltage fluctuation, and take a
countermeasure against it.
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Troubleshooting
♦Troubleshoot
Applicable model : EX180-SMJ1, EX180-SMJ1A
If a SI unit gets an operation failure, look for the problem using the following flow chart.
If any cause of the problem cannot be found, and a new SI unit can operate well after replaced with the old
one, the failure of SI unit is conceivable. As the failure of SI unit may happen due to the operation
environment (network construction etc), consult us about the countermeasure against that case.
If neither cause of the problem nor failure of SI unit can be found, inconsistency between parameter
setting and the network construction at the master station is conceivable. In this case, refer to
“Troubleshooting” in a user’s manual (CC-Link system) by Mitsubishi.
Solenoid valve’s
malfunction.
Yes
No
Only the LED at
a solenoid valve
is lit up.
Solenoid
valve’s failure
PWR_LED at SI
unit goes off.
See Trouble
No. 1
PWR(V)_LED at
SI unit goes off.
See Trouble
No. 2
LRUN_LED at
SI unit goes off.
LERR_LED at
SI unit flashes.
See Trouble
No. 3
LERR_LED at
SI unit goes off.
See Trouble
No. 4
See Trouble
No. 5
LERR_LED at
SI unit flashes.
See Trouble
No. 6
Solenoid valve’s
malfunction.
See Trouble
No. 7
SI unit has no
error.
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♦List of Troubles and Countermeasures
Trouble
No.
Problem
Possible cause
Investigation method
Countermeasure
Check the cables for SI unit
SI unit
1
PWR_LED at SI unit
controller’s
power supply
wiring failure.
goes off.
controller’s power supply
for breaking, and also
check the connection
between the power supply
cable and the connector for
looseness.
Connect the power
supply cable
correctly.
Check there is no repeated
bending and pulling force
applied to the cable, which
will cause breakage.
Check the SI unit
SI unit
controller’s
power supply
failure.
controller’s power supply
wiring for any error.
Correct the wiring.
Check the SI unit
Supply 24VDC ±10%
controller’s power supply
for supply voltage.
to SI unit controller’s
power supply.
Check the solenoid valve’s
Solenoid
2
PWR(V)_LED at SI unit
valve’s power
supply wiring
failure.
goes off.
Solenoid
valve’s power
supply failure.
power supply cable for
breaking, and also check
the connection between the
power supply cable and the
connector for looseness.
Check there is no repeated
bending and pulling force
applied to the cable, which
will cause breakage.
Connect the power
supply cable
correctly.
Check the solenoid valve’s
power supply wiring for any
error.
Correct the wiring.
Check the solenoid valve’s
power supply for supply
voltage.
Supply 24VDC +10%
/-5% to the solenoid
valve’s power supply.
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Trouble
No.
3
Problem
Possible cause
Investigation method
Error of the
length of wiring
or terminating
resistance.
Check the communication
line length, the existence of
terminating resistances at
the both ends of main line,
and the cable is CC-Link
designated one.
Changed
communication
speed setting.
Check the communication
speed setting is not
changed after supplying
power for SI unit controller.
LRUN_LED LERR_LED
at SI unit
at SI unit
Changed
goes off.
flashes.
station number
setting.
Check the station number
setting is not changed after
supplying power for SI unit
controller.
Countermeasure
Correct the wiring
and the setting.
Cut the SI unit
controller's power
supply, and supply
the power again after
correcting the
setting.
Check the existence of
equipment and high voltage
Communication
line, which cause noise,
failure.
around the communication
and power supply lines.
Separate the
communication and
power supply cables
from the noise
sources.
Solenoid valve
output HOLD.
Correct HOLD/CRL
setting.
Check HOLD/CLR setting
at SI unit.
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Trouble
No.
Problem
Possible cause
Investigation method
Master station’s Check the power is
power supply
supplied to the master
failure.
station.
Communication
line wiring
failure.
4
LRUN_LED LERR_LED
at SI unit
at SI unit
Communication
goes off.
goes off.
failure.
Check the communication
line cable for breaking, and
also check the connection
between communication
cable and the connector for
looseness.
Check there is no repeated
bending and pulling force
applied to the cable, which
will cause breakage.
Countermeasure
Supply power for the
master station
correctly.
Connect the
communication cable
correctly.
Check the communication
line wiring for any error.
Correct the wiring.
Check the existence of
equipment and high voltage
line, which cause noise,
around the communication
and power supply lines.
Separate the
communication and
power supply cables
from the noise
sources.
Solenoid valve
output HOLD.
Check HOLD/CLR setting Correct
at SI unit.
setting.
Station number
setting failure.
Check there is no
difference between the set
station number at SI unit
and the station info. at the
master station.
Communication
speed setting
failure.
Check there is no
difference between the set
communication speed at SI
unit and the set
communication speed at
the master station.
HOLD/CRL
Correct the setting.
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Trouble
No.
Problem
Possible cause
Station number
setting failure.
5
Station number
LRUN_LED LERR_LED duplicating
at SI unit is at SI unit is failure.
lit up.
lit up.
Communication
speed setting
failure.
Changed
communication
speed setting.
6
Changed
station number
LRUN_LED LERR_LED
setting.
at SI unit is at SI unit
lit up.
flashes.
Investigation method
Check the set station
number at SI unit has no
error and duplication.
Countermeasure
Correct the setting.
Check the set
communication speed at SI
unit has no error.
Check the communication
speed setting is not
changed after supplying
power for SI unit controller.
Check the station number
setting is not changed after
supplying power for SI unit
controller.
Cut the SI unit
controller's power
supply, and supply
the power again after
correcting the
setting.
Communication
failure.
Check the existence of
equipment and high voltage
line, which cause noise,
around the communication
and power supply lines.
Separate the
communication and
power supply cables
from the noise
sources.
Solenoid valve
output HOLD.
Check HOLD/CLR setting
at SI unit.
Correct HOLD/CRL
setting.
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Trouble
No.
7
Problem
Solenoid valve
malfunction.
Possible cause
Investigation method
Countermeasure
Solenoid valve
failure.
Check the
Check the operation with another
troubleshooting for a
solenoid valve, or check the
solenoid valve, or
troubleshooting for a solenoid
consult our responsible
valve.
division.
Connection
failure
between SI
unit and
manifold
solenoid
valves.
Check the connector between SI
unit and manifold solenoid
valves for the connection failure
such as a bent pin
Correct the connection
between SI unit and
manifold solenoid
valves.
Check the total output points of
the solenoid valves connected to
a manifold are 32 or less.
As EX180-SMJ1,
EX180-SMJ1A max.
output points are 32,
the output points must
be 32 or less.
Solenoid
valves whose
total output
points are 32
or more
malfunction.
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POLAND / (48) 22-548 50 85
PORTUGAL / (351) 2 610 89 22
SPAIN / (34) 945-18 4100
SWEDEN / (46) 8-603 0700
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TURKEY / (90) 212 221 1512
UNITED KINGDOM / (44) 1908-56 3888
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