CL1PSU-2A CC-Link/LT Dedicated Power Supply User`s Manual

CL1PSU-2A CC-Link/LT Dedicated Power Supply User`s Manual
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B
JAPANESE
User’s Manual
MODEL
MANUAL Number
Date
CL1PSU-2A
JY997D09801F
April 2015
●SAFETY PRECAUTIONS●
(Read these precautions before using)
Please read this manual carefully and pay special attention to safety in order
to handle this product properly.
These precautions apply only to Mitsubishi equipment. Refer to the user’s
manual of the CPU module for a description of the PLC system safety
precautions.
These ●SAFETY PRECAUTIONS● are classified into two categories:
"WARNING" and "CAUTION".
Procedures which may lead to a dangerous condition
and cause death or serious injury if not carried out
properly.
Procedures which may lead to a dangerous condition
and cause superficial to medium injury, or physical
damage only, if not carried out properly.
Depending on circumstances, procedures indicated by
may also
be linked to serious results.
In any case, it is important to follow the directions for usage.
Store this manual in a safe place so that it may be accessible whenever
necessary. Always forward this manual to the end user of the machine
containing this product.
[DESIGN PRECAUTIONS]
• Depending on a failure in the remote I/O module, an output's status may
be ON or OFF. For output signals which can lead to a severe accident,
install a circuit to monitor the outputs outside of the module.
• Do not bind the control cable or the connection cable together with the
main circuit and power cable. Keep such cables far from the main circuit
and power cable. Assure a distance of 100mm (3.94") or more,
otherwise a malfunction may occur due to excessive noise.
• Use the dedicated power supply without applying any force on the
connector of the CC-Link/LT interface and the connection cable.
Otherwise, such cables may break or fail.
[INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS]
• Use the dedicated power supply within an environment described by the
general specifications in this manual.
If the dedicated power supply is used in any environment outside the
range for the general specifications, electrical shock, fire, malfunction,
product damage or product deterioration may occur.
• Do not directly touch the conductive area of the dedicated power supply.
Malfunction or damage of the dedicated power supply may be caused by
such touching.
• Securely fix the dedicated power supply with DIN rail or mounting
screws. Securely tighten the mounting screws within the specified
torque range. If the screws are insufficiently tightened, the dedicated
power supply may drop, short-circuit or malfunction.
If the screws are excessively tightened, the screws may be damaged,
and the dedicated power supply may drop or short-circuit.
• Install the dedicated power supply on to a flat surface.
If the mounting surface is concave and/or convex, and if excessive force
is applied on the PC board, nonconformity may occur.
[WIRING PRECAUTIONS]
• Make sure to shut down all phases of the power supply outside the
module before starting the installation or wiring work. If all phases are
not shut down, electrical shock or product damage may be caused.
2) Performance specifications
Item
Specification
Rated voltage 100, 120, 200, 230, and 240V AC
Voltage
85 to 264V AC
allowable range
Rated current 1.2A / 100V AC 0.7A / 200V AC
Input
Rated
50 or 60Hz
frequency
Power fuse
3.15A
Inrush current Max. 50A / 100V AC Max. 60A / 200V AC
Output voltage 24V DC +10 %/-5 %
0.01A to 2A Derating occurs according to the
ambient temperature and power voltage.
[Use the module in a proper range so that the
Output Output current
total current consumption of each module does
not exceed 2A (except the period immediately
after the power is turned on).]
Ripple noise
500mVp-p or below
By noise simulator of 1000Vp-p in noise voltage,
Noise resistance
1μs in noise width, and 25 to 60Hz in frequency
AC type 1500V AC for one min.
Withstand voltage
DC type 500V AC for one min.
Allowable momentary
Operation continues after power failure for 10ms
power failure time
or less.
10 MΩ between the external terminals as a whole
Insulation resistance
and the ground terminal by 500V DC megger
Protection class
IP1X
27V to 33V
Protec- Over-voltage
protection
Output interrupt Not automatically reset
tion
funcOvercurrent
110 to 160%
tion
protection
Drooping characteristic Automatically reset
-Supplies power from outside to dedicated power
supply: 3 points (M3 screws) on terminal block
External connection
-To communicate and to supply power to CC-Link/
method
LT system: Connector with 4 pins dedicated to
CC-Link/LT (2 pcs.)
Mass (Weight)
0.4 kg (0.88 lbs)
Load factor (%)
[STARTING AND MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS]
• Do not touch the terminals while the power is being supplied.
Electrical shock or malfunction may be caused by such touching.
• Shut down all phases of the power supply outside the dedicated power supply
before cleaning or tightening the terminal screws. If all phases are not shut
down, the dedicated power supply may fail or malfunction.
• Do not disassemble or modify the dedicated power supply. Failure, malfunction,
injury or fire may be caused by such disassembly or modification.
• The dedicated power supply case is made of a resin.
The dedicated power supply may be damaged by dropping or strong impact.
• Shut down all external phases of the power supply before attaching or
removing the dedicated power supply to/from the panel. If all phases are not
shut down, the dedicated power supply may fail or malfunction.
[DISPOSAL PRECAUTIONS]
• Use this product in Zone A*1 as defined in EN61131-2.
The terminal and the wiring for the power supply can be used in zone B*1.
*1 Zone defined in EN61131-2
Separation defined in EN61131-2 for EMC LVD regulation decided
depending on condition in industrial setting.
Zone C = Factory mains which is isolated from public mains by dedicated
transformers.
Zone B = Dedicated power distribution which is protected by secondary
surge pro tection. (300V or le ss in the ra ted vo ltage is
assumed.)
Zone A = Local power distribution which is isolated from dedicated power
distribution by AC/DC converters, isolation transformers, etc.
(120V or less in the rated voltage is assumed.)
1.
Associated manuals
Manual No.
(Model code)
Manual name
CC-Link/LT: Power
Adapter • Dedicated
Power Supply
USER’S MANUAL
(Detailed Volume)
2.
Outline of Product
• When disposing of the product, treat it as an industrial waste.
This product is a dedicated power supply connected to CC-Link/LT.
This product supplies 24V DC power to the CC-Link/LT system.
[TRANSPORTATION AND MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS]
3.
Name of Each Part
3.1 Name of each part and assignment
2-φ4.5 mounting hole
(M4 mounting screw)
Terminal
L N arrangement
Status indicator LED
Power terminal
• During transportation avoid the impact which exceeds a regulated value as the
dedicated power supply is a precision instrument. It is necessary to check the
operation of module after transportation, in case of any impact damage.
If not checked, an accident or damage to the machine may result due to a
damaged dedicated power supply.
85V AC
60
LINK
AC85
-264V
L
-DB
DA
--
N
CL1PSU-2A
LINK/
POWER
• This product is designed for use in industrial applications.
24G
DB
DA
+24V
• Authorized Representative in the European Community:
Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V.
Gothaer Str. 8, 40880 Ratingen, Germany
Standards with which this product complies
Type : Programmable Controller (Open Type Equipment)
Models : Products manufactured:
from April 1st, 2004 to April 30th, 2006 are compliant with
EN61000-6-4 and EN61131-2:1994+A11:1996+A12:2000
after May 1st, 2006 are compliant with EN61131-2:2007
LINK connector
LINK/POWER connector
Name
Status indicator
LED
Description
24V
Lit while the power is supplied
DB
LINK
connector DA
Interface
For communication
For communication
5.1 System power calculation method
6.
5.1.1 Current consumption calculation
The dedicated power supply can be installed to a DIN rail or directly installed
with screws.
Provide a space of 50mm (1.97 in.) or more between the dedicated power
supply main unit and other equipment or structures. Keep the module as far
away from high-voltage cables, high-voltage devices, or power-driven devices
as possible.
Each installation procedure is described below.
Current
consumption
in CC-Link/LT
system
=
Total current
consumption of
each module in
CC-Link/LT system
+
Total current consumption
of I/O equipment (such
as sensors) (to which
power is supplied via
communication cable)*1
≤ 2A
*1 Some remote I/O modules for CC-Link/LT supply the power for I/O via the
connection cable.
For the details, refer to the instruction manual of each remote I/O module.
5.1.2 Voltage drop
Calculate the voltage drop based on the simplified graph or the calculation
formula. (supply voltage: 24V DC, ambient temperature: 20°C)
1) Selection based on the simplified graph
When you use VCTF cable or High flexible
cable or a combination of cables
1000
When you use dedicated flat cable
1000
560
Installation
Do not install the dedicated power supply on the floor surface, the ceiling
surface or in the vertical direction. If the dedicated power supply is installed on
such a surface or in such a direction, its temperature may rise.
Make sure to install the dedicated power supply on the wall horizontally.
When installing the module, 1) align the upper DIN rail installation groove on the
module with the DIN rail, and 2) press the module on to the DIN rail.
When removing the module, 3) pull the hook downward for installation to DIN rail,
4) then remove the module.
Installation
0.1
Applicable DIN rail
0
0
10
20
30
40
50 55
Ambient temperature (°C)
• The output current that can be used varies depending on the ambient
temperature, therefore, refer to the output derating chart above and use
the module within its proper range. (When load factor is at 100%, up to 2A
current can be output. At 80%, up to 1.6A.)
• When the output current exceeds the specified value, an overcurrent
protection circuit drives the output voltage down.
When the overcurrent status or short circuit is cleared, the output voltage
automatically returns to its normally operating value.
• When an output voltage exceeding the specified value is generated due to
some defect inside the power supply, for instance, the output is interrupted
so that the high voltage will not be output.
The protection circuit may also be triggered when a reverse current is
generated from the load circuit connected to the output terminal or when
an external overvoltage is input.
If the overvoltage protection circuit is triggered once, and the output is
interrupted and does not return to normal automatically, please have the
module checked and/or repaired.
Mount the dedicated power supply by tightening M4 screws to the upper and
lower mounting holes (two holes in all) provided in the dedicated power supply.
0.1
1.0
5
Current consumption [A]
Construction Cautions
Installation of dedicated power supply
At least one dedicated power supply is required per CC-Link/LT system.
When constructing the system using only one dedicated power supply, the
following three conditions should be satisfied.
If the following four conditions are not satisfied, use two or more dedicated
power supplies or power adapters (CL1PAD1) in constructing the system.
• The current capacity of the dedicated power supply is 2A or less, therefore,
total current consumption should be an equivalent to or less than 2 A.
• Total current at start-up of each module + current consumption of the I/O
equipment that receives power from a dedicated power supply ≤ Maximum
output current (2.2A) of dedicated power supply
• In order to operate a stable system, the voltage drop should be equivalent
to or less than 3.6 V.
• The minimum operating voltage of each module is 20.4 V, therefore, supply
voltage subtracted by the voltage drop should be equivalent to or more than
20.4 V.
Constant
: 0.08
×
Total current
consumption (A)
≤ 3.6V
×
Total current
consumption (A)
≤ 3.6V
y When you use dedicated flat cable
Voltage
drop (V)
=
Maximum
distance (m)
+ Constant: 11
Maximum
distance
Total current
consumption
×
Constant
: 0.06
Furthest station from the dedicated power supply
Total current
consumption of each
module in CC-Link/LT
system
+
Total current consumption of I/O
equipment (such as sensors)
(to which power is supplied via
communication cable)*1
*1 Some remote I/O modules for CC-Link/LT supply the power for I/O via the
connection cable.
For the details, refer to the instruction manual of each remote I/O module.
The simplified graph and the calculation formula concerning voltage drop
calculations may not be accurate depending on the ambient temperature
and the number of used connectors dedicated to CC-Link/LT.
If the driving voltage (20.4V) cannot be assured in a used remote I/O
module, add another dedicated power supply or power adapter (CL1PAD1).
M4 × 0.7mm(0.03") × 16mm(0.63") or more
(Tightening torque range: 0.78 to 1.08 N⋅m)
Power Wiring
LINK
Connector for
CC-Link/LT
interface
Dedicated power supply
+24V
DA
DB
24G
DA
DB
100, 120, 200, 230,
and 240V AC
(Voltage allowable
range: 85 to 264V
AC)
LINK/POWER
Connector for
CC-Link/LT interface
Construct the system properly so that the calculated start-up current (when the
power is turned on) does not exceed the maximum output current (2.2 A) of the
dedicated power supply.
+
Remote I/O station
1
Remote I/O station Remote I/O station
1) LINK connector
Dedicated for communication only (does not supply power). Used when
two or more dedicated power supply or power adapter (CL1PAD1) are
used in the CC-Link/LT system.
2) LINK/POWER connector
Dedicated for communication, and supplies the power to the CC-Link/LT
system.
4.
Specifications
1) General specifications
Item
Specification
Ambient working
0 to 55°C (32 to 131°F)
temperature
Ambient storage
-25 to 75°C (-13 to 167°F)
temperature
Ambient operating
5 to 95%RH: Dew condensation shall not be
humidity
allowed.
Ambient storage
5 to 95%RH: Dew condensation shall not be
humidity
allowed.
Number of
Intermittent vibration is present
sweep times
Frequency Acceleration Half amplitude
10 to 57Hz
0.075mm
−
10 times in
Vibration
57 to 150Hz 9.8m/s2
−
each of X, Y
resistance (*1)
Continuous vibration is present
and Z
Frequency Acceleration Half amplitude directions
(80 min)
10 to 57Hz
0.035mm
−
57 to 150Hz 4.9m/s2
−
Impact resistance (*1) 147 m/s2, 3 times in each of X, Y and Z directions
Operating atmosphere Corrosive gas should not be present.
Operating altitude
2,000m(6561'8") or less (*2)
Installation place
Inside control panel
Over-voltage category ΙΙ or less (*3)
Degree of contamination 2 or less (*4)
Grounding
100Ω or less
Outside Dimensions
Unit: mm(inches)
Center of DIN rail
90(3.55")
90(3.55")
24V
LINK
AC85
-264V
L
N
-DB
DA
--
CL1PSU-2A
LINK/
POWER
24G
DB
DA
+24V
82(3.23")±0.3(0.02")
2 - φ4.5(0.18") mounting
8
hole (M4 mounting screw) (0.32")
L
N
AC/DC
circuit
LED
24V
Grounding
(100Ω or
less)
Power terminal block
for dedicated power supply
Crimp-style terminal
For the power wiring, use crimp-style terminals of the following dimensions.
For the I/O wiring, use crimp-style terminals of the following dimensions.
φ 3.2 (0.13")
φ 3.2 (0.13")
6.2 mm (0.24" )
or less
6.2 mm (0.24" )
or less
When wiring one cable to one terminal
Terminal screw
Crimp-style
terminal
When wiring two cables to one terminal
Terminal screw
Total current consumption of I/O
equipment (such as sensors)
(to which power is supplied via a
connecting cable)
≤
Maximum output
current (2.2 A) of
dedicated power
supply
• Refer to "CC-Link/LT: Power Adapter • Dedicated Power Supply USER'S
MANUAL (Detailed Volume)"
Terminal
This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor
does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held
responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as
a result of using the contents noted in this manual.
Warranty
Mitsubishi will not be held liable for damage caused by factors found not to be the
cause of Mitsubishi; machine damage or lost profits caused by faults in the Mitsubishi
products; damage, secondary damage, accident compensation caused by special
factors unpredictable by Mitsubishi; damages to products other than Mitsubishi
products; and to other duties.
For safe use
• This product has been manufactured as a general-purpose part for general
industries, and has not been designed or manufactured to be incorporated in a
device or system used in purposes related to human life.
• Before using the product for special purposes such as nuclear power, electric power,
aerospace, medicine or passenger movement vehicles, consult with Mitsubishi.
• This product has been manufactured under strict quality control. However when
installing the product where major accidents or losses could occur if the product
fails, install appropriate backup or failsafe functions in the system.
Crimp-style
terminal
5.1.3 Start-up current calculation
Total current at
start-up of each
module of
CC-Link/LT
1
Remote I/O station
TH35-7.5Fe and TH35-7.5AI
Width: 35mm (1.38")
6.3 Direct installation
0.1
×
2)
Dedicated
Power Supply
3)
1.0
5
Current consumption [A]
Maximum
distance (m)
+ Constant: 9
Dedicated
Power Supply
2)
7.
=
1)
2)
4)
10
1.0
Voltage
drop (V)
1)
Removal
y When you use VCTF cable or High flexible cable or a combination of cables
20
Master module
100
1.0
0.1
3.2 Handling of LINK connector and LINK/POWER connector
6.2 Installation to DIN rail
1)
10
Power terminal
8.
6.1 Installation direction
441
100
Interface
Description
Power supply for communication (-)
For communication
For communication
Power supply for communication (+)
Supplies power from outside to dedicated
power supply.
Input voltage:
100,120,200,230,and 240V AC
(Voltage allowable range: 85 to 264V AC)
*1 The criterion is shown in IEC61131-2.
*2 The module cannot be used in an environment pressurized above the
atmospheric pressure at the altitude of 0 m. If the module is used in such
an environment, it may fail.
*3 This category indicates in which area (inside the site) in relation to the
public wiring net the equipment is to be connected.
Category ΙΙ applies, for example, to equipment whose power is supplied
from a fixed facility.
The surge-resistant voltage of equipment whose rating is up to 300V is 2,500V.
*4 This index indicates the degree of conductive substances generated in the
environment in which the module is used. The degree of contamination 2
indicates that contamination is caused by the generation of only nonconductive substances.
In this degree, however, temporar y conduction may be caused by
accidental condensation.
Note
One dedicated power supply is allowed within the range shown in the graph above.
2) Selection based on the calculation formula
40
DIN rail installation
groove
24V
●Note Concerning the CE Marking●
This marking does not guarantee that an entire mechanical module produced in
accordance with the contents of the notification comply with the following
standards. Compliance to EMC standards of the entire mechanical module
should be checked by the user / manufacturer.
Attention
100V AC or higher
90V AC
80
Description
Explains specifications, wiring, handling
JY997D06601
regarding the dedicated power supply and
(09R712)
dedicated power supply for CC-Link/LT
Applicable screw
Output derating
100
5.
LINK/
LINK/
LINK/
POWER
POWER
POWER
connector
connector
connector
• Do not short-circuit the 24G terminal and +24V terminal of the LINK/POWER
connector. Some remote I/O modules operate the inputs and outputs using the
power supply for communication. Refer to the corresponding manuals for
remote I/O modules and perform wiring correctly.
If wiring is performed incorrectly, fire, failure or malfunction may occur.
• When the LINK connector is not in use, cover the opening by plugging a
connector for communication (without any cable) or attaching a piece of tape to
prevent dust or conductive foreign materials from getting inside. Such materials
may cause failure or malfunction.
• Attach a warning label (hazard symbol 417-IEC-5036) concerning electric
shock to the enclosure of the final system.
LINK/
POWER
connector
Compliance with all relevant aspects of
the standard.
(Radiated Emissions and Mains
Terminal Voltage Emissions)
Compliance with all relevant aspects of
EN61131-2:1994/A11:1996/A12:2000
the standard.
Programmable controllers
(RF Immunity, Fast transients, ESD and
-Equipment requirements and tests
Damped oscillatory wave)
Compliance with all relevant aspects of
the standard.
(Radiated Emissions, Conducted
EN61131-2: 2007
Emissions, Radiated electromagnetic
Programmable controllers
field, Fast transient burst, Electrostatic
-Equipment requirements and tests
discharge, High-energy surge, Voltage
drops and interruptions, Conducted RF
and Power frequency magnetic field)
Low Voltage Standards (LVD)
Remark
The equipment has been assessed as
EN61131-2:1994/A11:1996 /A12:2000
a component for fitting in a suitable
:2007
enclosure which meets the
Programmable controllers
requirements of EN61131-2:1994 +
-Equipment requirements and tests
A11:1996 + A12:2000, :2007
For more details please contact the local Mitsubishi Electric sales site.
• Notes for compliance to EMC LVD regulation.
It is necessary to install the CL1 series module in a shielded metal control
panel.
24G
LINK/
DB
POWER
connector DA
+24V
L
N
45(1.78")
Please read this manual thoroughly before starting to use or handling the
product.
Name
Remark
CO
MM
.
Thank you very much for choosing this product.
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Standards (EMC)
EN61000-6-4:2001
Electromagnetic compatibility
-Generic standards - Emission standard
for Industrial environment
CO
MM
.
CL1PSU-2A
CC-Link/LT Dedicated Power Supply
• Confirm the rated voltage and the terminal arrangement of the dedicated power
supply, then correctly wire the dedicated power supply. If a power supply not
conforming to the specification rating is connected or the dedicated power
supply is wired incorrectly, fire, failure or malfunction may occur.
• Tighten the terminal screws within the specified torque range. If the terminal
screws are insufficiently tightened, fire or malfunction may occur.
If the terminal screws are excessively tightened, the screws may be damaged,
and the module may short-circuit, equipment failures, or malfunction.
• Make sure that foreign objects such as cutting and wire chips do not enter the
dedicated power supply.
Fire, failure or malfunction may be caused by the foreign objects.
• When two or more dedicated power supply or power adapter (CL1PAD1) exist in
a system, take care in connecting the first LINK/POWER connector to the
second LINK connector as indicated below. If the LINK/POWER connector in
the two adapters are connected to each other, the adapters may fail.
Correct
Wrong
connection
connection
LINK
LINK
LINK
connector
LINK
connector
connector
connector
82(3.23")±0.3(0.02")
ENGLISH
90(3.55")
B
Maximum cable length [m(inches)]
A
Side
Maximum cable length [m(inches)]
Side
Terminal
• Use a power wire of 2mm2 (0.08in.2) or more.
• Perform grounding (100Ω or less) with a wire of 2 mm2 (0.08in.2) or more to
the grounding terminal. However, never perform common grounding with a
high voltage system.
• Tighten the terminal screws (M3 screws) on the terminal block with a
tightening torque of 0.42 to 0.58 N•m. Do not tighten terminal screws
exceeding the specified torque. Failure to do so may cause short circuit,
equipment failures, or malfunctions.
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B
JAPANESE
User’s Manual
MODEL
MANUAL Number
Date
CL1PSU-2A
JY997D09801F
April 2015
●SAFETY PRECAUTIONS●
(Read these precautions before using)
Please read this manual carefully and pay special attention to safety in order
to handle this product properly.
These precautions apply only to Mitsubishi equipment. Refer to the user’s
manual of the CPU module for a description of the PLC system safety
precautions.
These ●SAFETY PRECAUTIONS● are classified into two categories:
"WARNING" and "CAUTION".
Procedures which may lead to a dangerous condition
and cause death or serious injury if not carried out
properly.
Procedures which may lead to a dangerous condition
and cause superficial to medium injury, or physical
damage only, if not carried out properly.
Depending on circumstances, procedures indicated by
may also
be linked to serious results.
In any case, it is important to follow the directions for usage.
Store this manual in a safe place so that it may be accessible whenever
necessary. Always forward this manual to the end user of the machine
containing this product.
[DESIGN PRECAUTIONS]
• Depending on a failure in the remote I/O module, an output's status may
be ON or OFF. For output signals which can lead to a severe accident,
install a circuit to monitor the outputs outside of the module.
• Do not bind the control cable or the connection cable together with the
main circuit and power cable. Keep such cables far from the main circuit
and power cable. Assure a distance of 100mm (3.94") or more,
otherwise a malfunction may occur due to excessive noise.
• Use the dedicated power supply without applying any force on the
connector of the CC-Link/LT interface and the connection cable.
Otherwise, such cables may break or fail.
[INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS]
• Use the dedicated power supply within an environment described by the
general specifications in this manual.
If the dedicated power supply is used in any environment outside the
range for the general specifications, electrical shock, fire, malfunction,
product damage or product deterioration may occur.
• Do not directly touch the conductive area of the dedicated power supply.
Malfunction or damage of the dedicated power supply may be caused by
such touching.
• Securely fix the dedicated power supply with DIN rail or mounting
screws. Securely tighten the mounting screws within the specified
torque range. If the screws are insufficiently tightened, the dedicated
power supply may drop, short-circuit or malfunction.
If the screws are excessively tightened, the screws may be damaged,
and the dedicated power supply may drop or short-circuit.
• Install the dedicated power supply on to a flat surface.
If the mounting surface is concave and/or convex, and if excessive force
is applied on the PC board, nonconformity may occur.
[WIRING PRECAUTIONS]
• Make sure to shut down all phases of the power supply outside the
module before starting the installation or wiring work. If all phases are
not shut down, electrical shock or product damage may be caused.
2) Performance specifications
Item
Specification
Rated voltage 100, 120, 200, 230, and 240V AC
Voltage
85 to 264V AC
allowable range
Rated current 1.2A / 100V AC 0.7A / 200V AC
Input
Rated
50 or 60Hz
frequency
Power fuse
3.15A
Inrush current Max. 50A / 100V AC Max. 60A / 200V AC
Output voltage 24V DC +10 %/-5 %
0.01A to 2A Derating occurs according to the
ambient temperature and power voltage.
[Use the module in a proper range so that the
Output Output current
total current consumption of each module does
not exceed 2A (except the period immediately
after the power is turned on).]
Ripple noise
500mVp-p or below
By noise simulator of 1000Vp-p in noise voltage,
Noise resistance
1μs in noise width, and 25 to 60Hz in frequency
AC type 1500V AC for one min.
Withstand voltage
DC type 500V AC for one min.
Allowable momentary
Operation continues after power failure for 10ms
power failure time
or less.
10 MΩ between the external terminals as a whole
Insulation resistance
and the ground terminal by 500V DC megger
Protection class
IP1X
27V to 33V
Protec- Over-voltage
protection
Output interrupt Not automatically reset
tion
funcOvercurrent
110 to 160%
tion
protection
Drooping characteristic Automatically reset
-Supplies power from outside to dedicated power
supply: 3 points (M3 screws) on terminal block
External connection
-To communicate and to supply power to CC-Link/
method
LT system: Connector with 4 pins dedicated to
CC-Link/LT (2 pcs.)
Mass (Weight)
0.4 kg (0.88 lbs)
Load factor (%)
[STARTING AND MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS]
• Do not touch the terminals while the power is being supplied.
Electrical shock or malfunction may be caused by such touching.
• Shut down all phases of the power supply outside the dedicated power supply
before cleaning or tightening the terminal screws. If all phases are not shut
down, the dedicated power supply may fail or malfunction.
• Do not disassemble or modify the dedicated power supply. Failure, malfunction,
injury or fire may be caused by such disassembly or modification.
• The dedicated power supply case is made of a resin.
The dedicated power supply may be damaged by dropping or strong impact.
• Shut down all external phases of the power supply before attaching or
removing the dedicated power supply to/from the panel. If all phases are not
shut down, the dedicated power supply may fail or malfunction.
[DISPOSAL PRECAUTIONS]
• Use this product in Zone A*1 as defined in EN61131-2.
The terminal and the wiring for the power supply can be used in zone B*1.
*1 Zone defined in EN61131-2
Separation defined in EN61131-2 for EMC LVD regulation decided
depending on condition in industrial setting.
Zone C = Factory mains which is isolated from public mains by dedicated
transformers.
Zone B = Dedicated power distribution which is protected by secondary
surge pro tection. (300V or le ss in the ra ted vo ltage is
assumed.)
Zone A = Local power distribution which is isolated from dedicated power
distribution by AC/DC converters, isolation transformers, etc.
(120V or less in the rated voltage is assumed.)
1.
Associated manuals
Manual No.
(Model code)
Manual name
CC-Link/LT: Power
Adapter • Dedicated
Power Supply
USER’S MANUAL
(Detailed Volume)
2.
Outline of Product
• When disposing of the product, treat it as an industrial waste.
This product is a dedicated power supply connected to CC-Link/LT.
This product supplies 24V DC power to the CC-Link/LT system.
[TRANSPORTATION AND MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS]
3.
Name of Each Part
3.1 Name of each part and assignment
2-φ4.5 mounting hole
(M4 mounting screw)
Terminal
L N arrangement
Status indicator LED
Power terminal
• During transportation avoid the impact which exceeds a regulated value as the
dedicated power supply is a precision instrument. It is necessary to check the
operation of module after transportation, in case of any impact damage.
If not checked, an accident or damage to the machine may result due to a
damaged dedicated power supply.
85V AC
60
LINK
AC85
-264V
L
-DB
DA
--
N
CL1PSU-2A
LINK/
POWER
• This product is designed for use in industrial applications.
24G
DB
DA
+24V
• Authorized Representative in the European Community:
Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V.
Gothaer Str. 8, 40880 Ratingen, Germany
Standards with which this product complies
Type : Programmable Controller (Open Type Equipment)
Models : Products manufactured:
from April 1st, 2004 to April 30th, 2006 are compliant with
EN61000-6-4 and EN61131-2:1994+A11:1996+A12:2000
after May 1st, 2006 are compliant with EN61131-2:2007
LINK connector
LINK/POWER connector
Name
Status indicator
LED
Description
24V
Lit while the power is supplied
DB
LINK
connector DA
Interface
For communication
For communication
5.1 System power calculation method
6.
5.1.1 Current consumption calculation
The dedicated power supply can be installed to a DIN rail or directly installed
with screws.
Provide a space of 50mm (1.97 in.) or more between the dedicated power
supply main unit and other equipment or structures. Keep the module as far
away from high-voltage cables, high-voltage devices, or power-driven devices
as possible.
Each installation procedure is described below.
Current
consumption
in CC-Link/LT
system
=
Total current
consumption of
each module in
CC-Link/LT system
+
Total current consumption
of I/O equipment (such
as sensors) (to which
power is supplied via
communication cable)*1
≤ 2A
*1 Some remote I/O modules for CC-Link/LT supply the power for I/O via the
connection cable.
For the details, refer to the instruction manual of each remote I/O module.
5.1.2 Voltage drop
Calculate the voltage drop based on the simplified graph or the calculation
formula. (supply voltage: 24V DC, ambient temperature: 20°C)
1) Selection based on the simplified graph
When you use VCTF cable or High flexible
cable or a combination of cables
1000
When you use dedicated flat cable
1000
560
Installation
Do not install the dedicated power supply on the floor surface, the ceiling
surface or in the vertical direction. If the dedicated power supply is installed on
such a surface or in such a direction, its temperature may rise.
Make sure to install the dedicated power supply on the wall horizontally.
When installing the module, 1) align the upper DIN rail installation groove on the
module with the DIN rail, and 2) press the module on to the DIN rail.
When removing the module, 3) pull the hook downward for installation to DIN rail,
4) then remove the module.
Installation
0.1
Applicable DIN rail
0
0
10
20
30
40
50 55
Ambient temperature (°C)
• The output current that can be used varies depending on the ambient
temperature, therefore, refer to the output derating chart above and use
the module within its proper range. (When load factor is at 100%, up to 2A
current can be output. At 80%, up to 1.6A.)
• When the output current exceeds the specified value, an overcurrent
protection circuit drives the output voltage down.
When the overcurrent status or short circuit is cleared, the output voltage
automatically returns to its normally operating value.
• When an output voltage exceeding the specified value is generated due to
some defect inside the power supply, for instance, the output is interrupted
so that the high voltage will not be output.
The protection circuit may also be triggered when a reverse current is
generated from the load circuit connected to the output terminal or when
an external overvoltage is input.
If the overvoltage protection circuit is triggered once, and the output is
interrupted and does not return to normal automatically, please have the
module checked and/or repaired.
Mount the dedicated power supply by tightening M4 screws to the upper and
lower mounting holes (two holes in all) provided in the dedicated power supply.
0.1
1.0
5
Current consumption [A]
Construction Cautions
Installation of dedicated power supply
At least one dedicated power supply is required per CC-Link/LT system.
When constructing the system using only one dedicated power supply, the
following three conditions should be satisfied.
If the following four conditions are not satisfied, use two or more dedicated
power supplies or power adapters (CL1PAD1) in constructing the system.
• The current capacity of the dedicated power supply is 2A or less, therefore,
total current consumption should be an equivalent to or less than 2 A.
• Total current at start-up of each module + current consumption of the I/O
equipment that receives power from a dedicated power supply ≤ Maximum
output current (2.2A) of dedicated power supply
• In order to operate a stable system, the voltage drop should be equivalent
to or less than 3.6 V.
• The minimum operating voltage of each module is 20.4 V, therefore, supply
voltage subtracted by the voltage drop should be equivalent to or more than
20.4 V.
Constant
: 0.08
×
Total current
consumption (A)
≤ 3.6V
×
Total current
consumption (A)
≤ 3.6V
y When you use dedicated flat cable
Voltage
drop (V)
=
Maximum
distance (m)
+ Constant: 11
Maximum
distance
Total current
consumption
×
Constant
: 0.06
Furthest station from the dedicated power supply
Total current
consumption of each
module in CC-Link/LT
system
+
Total current consumption of I/O
equipment (such as sensors)
(to which power is supplied via
communication cable)*1
*1 Some remote I/O modules for CC-Link/LT supply the power for I/O via the
connection cable.
For the details, refer to the instruction manual of each remote I/O module.
The simplified graph and the calculation formula concerning voltage drop
calculations may not be accurate depending on the ambient temperature
and the number of used connectors dedicated to CC-Link/LT.
If the driving voltage (20.4V) cannot be assured in a used remote I/O
module, add another dedicated power supply or power adapter (CL1PAD1).
M4 × 0.7mm(0.03") × 16mm(0.63") or more
(Tightening torque range: 0.78 to 1.08 N⋅m)
Power Wiring
LINK
Connector for
CC-Link/LT
interface
Dedicated power supply
+24V
DA
DB
24G
DA
DB
100, 120, 200, 230,
and 240V AC
(Voltage allowable
range: 85 to 264V
AC)
LINK/POWER
Connector for
CC-Link/LT interface
Construct the system properly so that the calculated start-up current (when the
power is turned on) does not exceed the maximum output current (2.2 A) of the
dedicated power supply.
+
Remote I/O station
1
Remote I/O station Remote I/O station
1) LINK connector
Dedicated for communication only (does not supply power). Used when
two or more dedicated power supply or power adapter (CL1PAD1) are
used in the CC-Link/LT system.
2) LINK/POWER connector
Dedicated for communication, and supplies the power to the CC-Link/LT
system.
4.
Specifications
1) General specifications
Item
Specification
Ambient working
0 to 55°C (32 to 131°F)
temperature
Ambient storage
-25 to 75°C (-13 to 167°F)
temperature
Ambient operating
5 to 95%RH: Dew condensation shall not be
humidity
allowed.
Ambient storage
5 to 95%RH: Dew condensation shall not be
humidity
allowed.
Number of
Intermittent vibration is present
sweep times
Frequency Acceleration Half amplitude
10 to 57Hz
0.075mm
−
10 times in
Vibration
57 to 150Hz 9.8m/s2
−
each of X, Y
resistance (*1)
Continuous vibration is present
and Z
Frequency Acceleration Half amplitude directions
(80 min)
10 to 57Hz
0.035mm
−
57 to 150Hz 4.9m/s2
−
Impact resistance (*1) 147 m/s2, 3 times in each of X, Y and Z directions
Operating atmosphere Corrosive gas should not be present.
Operating altitude
2,000m(6561'8") or less (*2)
Installation place
Inside control panel
Over-voltage category ΙΙ or less (*3)
Degree of contamination 2 or less (*4)
Grounding
100Ω or less
Outside Dimensions
Unit: mm(inches)
Center of DIN rail
90(3.55")
90(3.55")
24V
LINK
AC85
-264V
L
N
-DB
DA
--
CL1PSU-2A
LINK/
POWER
24G
DB
DA
+24V
82(3.23")±0.3(0.02")
2 - φ4.5(0.18") mounting
8
hole (M4 mounting screw) (0.32")
L
N
AC/DC
circuit
LED
24V
Grounding
(100Ω or
less)
Power terminal block
for dedicated power supply
Crimp-style terminal
For the power wiring, use crimp-style terminals of the following dimensions.
For the I/O wiring, use crimp-style terminals of the following dimensions.
φ 3.2 (0.13")
φ 3.2 (0.13")
6.2 mm (0.24" )
or less
6.2 mm (0.24" )
or less
When wiring one cable to one terminal
Terminal screw
Crimp-style
terminal
When wiring two cables to one terminal
Terminal screw
Total current consumption of I/O
equipment (such as sensors)
(to which power is supplied via a
connecting cable)
≤
Maximum output
current (2.2 A) of
dedicated power
supply
• Refer to "CC-Link/LT: Power Adapter • Dedicated Power Supply USER'S
MANUAL (Detailed Volume)"
Terminal
This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor
does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held
responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as
a result of using the contents noted in this manual.
Warranty
Mitsubishi will not be held liable for damage caused by factors found not to be the
cause of Mitsubishi; machine damage or lost profits caused by faults in the Mitsubishi
products; damage, secondary damage, accident compensation caused by special
factors unpredictable by Mitsubishi; damages to products other than Mitsubishi
products; and to other duties.
For safe use
• This product has been manufactured as a general-purpose part for general
industries, and has not been designed or manufactured to be incorporated in a
device or system used in purposes related to human life.
• Before using the product for special purposes such as nuclear power, electric power,
aerospace, medicine or passenger movement vehicles, consult with Mitsubishi.
• This product has been manufactured under strict quality control. However when
installing the product where major accidents or losses could occur if the product
fails, install appropriate backup or failsafe functions in the system.
Crimp-style
terminal
5.1.3 Start-up current calculation
Total current at
start-up of each
module of
CC-Link/LT
1
Remote I/O station
TH35-7.5Fe and TH35-7.5AI
Width: 35mm (1.38")
6.3 Direct installation
0.1
×
2)
Dedicated
Power Supply
3)
1.0
5
Current consumption [A]
Maximum
distance (m)
+ Constant: 9
Dedicated
Power Supply
2)
7.
=
1)
2)
4)
10
1.0
Voltage
drop (V)
1)
Removal
y When you use VCTF cable or High flexible cable or a combination of cables
20
Master module
100
1.0
0.1
3.2 Handling of LINK connector and LINK/POWER connector
6.2 Installation to DIN rail
1)
10
Power terminal
8.
6.1 Installation direction
441
100
Interface
Description
Power supply for communication (-)
For communication
For communication
Power supply for communication (+)
Supplies power from outside to dedicated
power supply.
Input voltage:
100,120,200,230,and 240V AC
(Voltage allowable range: 85 to 264V AC)
*1 The criterion is shown in IEC61131-2.
*2 The module cannot be used in an environment pressurized above the
atmospheric pressure at the altitude of 0 m. If the module is used in such
an environment, it may fail.
*3 This category indicates in which area (inside the site) in relation to the
public wiring net the equipment is to be connected.
Category ΙΙ applies, for example, to equipment whose power is supplied
from a fixed facility.
The surge-resistant voltage of equipment whose rating is up to 300V is 2,500V.
*4 This index indicates the degree of conductive substances generated in the
environment in which the module is used. The degree of contamination 2
indicates that contamination is caused by the generation of only nonconductive substances.
In this degree, however, temporar y conduction may be caused by
accidental condensation.
Note
One dedicated power supply is allowed within the range shown in the graph above.
2) Selection based on the calculation formula
40
DIN rail installation
groove
24V
●Note Concerning the CE Marking●
This marking does not guarantee that an entire mechanical module produced in
accordance with the contents of the notification comply with the following
standards. Compliance to EMC standards of the entire mechanical module
should be checked by the user / manufacturer.
Attention
100V AC or higher
90V AC
80
Description
Explains specifications, wiring, handling
JY997D06601
regarding the dedicated power supply and
(09R712)
dedicated power supply for CC-Link/LT
Applicable screw
Output derating
100
5.
LINK/
LINK/
LINK/
POWER
POWER
POWER
connector
connector
connector
• Do not short-circuit the 24G terminal and +24V terminal of the LINK/POWER
connector. Some remote I/O modules operate the inputs and outputs using the
power supply for communication. Refer to the corresponding manuals for
remote I/O modules and perform wiring correctly.
If wiring is performed incorrectly, fire, failure or malfunction may occur.
• When the LINK connector is not in use, cover the opening by plugging a
connector for communication (without any cable) or attaching a piece of tape to
prevent dust or conductive foreign materials from getting inside. Such materials
may cause failure or malfunction.
• Attach a warning label (hazard symbol 417-IEC-5036) concerning electric
shock to the enclosure of the final system.
LINK/
POWER
connector
Compliance with all relevant aspects of
the standard.
(Radiated Emissions and Mains
Terminal Voltage Emissions)
Compliance with all relevant aspects of
EN61131-2:1994/A11:1996/A12:2000
the standard.
Programmable controllers
(RF Immunity, Fast transients, ESD and
-Equipment requirements and tests
Damped oscillatory wave)
Compliance with all relevant aspects of
the standard.
(Radiated Emissions, Conducted
EN61131-2: 2007
Emissions, Radiated electromagnetic
Programmable controllers
field, Fast transient burst, Electrostatic
-Equipment requirements and tests
discharge, High-energy surge, Voltage
drops and interruptions, Conducted RF
and Power frequency magnetic field)
Low Voltage Standards (LVD)
Remark
The equipment has been assessed as
EN61131-2:1994/A11:1996 /A12:2000
a component for fitting in a suitable
:2007
enclosure which meets the
Programmable controllers
requirements of EN61131-2:1994 +
-Equipment requirements and tests
A11:1996 + A12:2000, :2007
For more details please contact the local Mitsubishi Electric sales site.
• Notes for compliance to EMC LVD regulation.
It is necessary to install the CL1 series module in a shielded metal control
panel.
24G
LINK/
DB
POWER
connector DA
+24V
L
N
45(1.78")
Please read this manual thoroughly before starting to use or handling the
product.
Name
Remark
CO
MM
.
Thank you very much for choosing this product.
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Standards (EMC)
EN61000-6-4:2001
Electromagnetic compatibility
-Generic standards - Emission standard
for Industrial environment
CO
MM
.
CL1PSU-2A
CC-Link/LT Dedicated Power Supply
• Confirm the rated voltage and the terminal arrangement of the dedicated power
supply, then correctly wire the dedicated power supply. If a power supply not
conforming to the specification rating is connected or the dedicated power
supply is wired incorrectly, fire, failure or malfunction may occur.
• Tighten the terminal screws within the specified torque range. If the terminal
screws are insufficiently tightened, fire or malfunction may occur.
If the terminal screws are excessively tightened, the screws may be damaged,
and the module may short-circuit, equipment failures, or malfunction.
• Make sure that foreign objects such as cutting and wire chips do not enter the
dedicated power supply.
Fire, failure or malfunction may be caused by the foreign objects.
• When two or more dedicated power supply or power adapter (CL1PAD1) exist in
a system, take care in connecting the first LINK/POWER connector to the
second LINK connector as indicated below. If the LINK/POWER connector in
the two adapters are connected to each other, the adapters may fail.
Correct
Wrong
connection
connection
LINK
LINK
LINK
connector
LINK
connector
connector
connector
82(3.23")±0.3(0.02")
ENGLISH
90(3.55")
B
Maximum cable length [m(inches)]
A
Side
Maximum cable length [m(inches)]
Side
Terminal
• Use a power wire of 2mm2 (0.08in.2) or more.
• Perform grounding (100Ω or less) with a wire of 2 mm2 (0.08in.2) or more to
the grounding terminal. However, never perform common grounding with a
high voltage system.
• Tighten the terminal screws (M3 screws) on the terminal block with a
tightening torque of 0.42 to 0.58 N•m. Do not tighten terminal screws
exceeding the specified torque. Failure to do so may cause short circuit,
equipment failures, or malfunctions.
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USA
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B
JAPANESE
User’s Manual
MODEL
MANUAL Number
Date
CL1PSU-2A
JY997D09801F
April 2015
●SAFETY PRECAUTIONS●
(Read these precautions before using)
Please read this manual carefully and pay special attention to safety in order
to handle this product properly.
These precautions apply only to Mitsubishi equipment. Refer to the user’s
manual of the CPU module for a description of the PLC system safety
precautions.
These ●SAFETY PRECAUTIONS● are classified into two categories:
"WARNING" and "CAUTION".
Procedures which may lead to a dangerous condition
and cause death or serious injury if not carried out
properly.
Procedures which may lead to a dangerous condition
and cause superficial to medium injury, or physical
damage only, if not carried out properly.
Depending on circumstances, procedures indicated by
may also
be linked to serious results.
In any case, it is important to follow the directions for usage.
Store this manual in a safe place so that it may be accessible whenever
necessary. Always forward this manual to the end user of the machine
containing this product.
[DESIGN PRECAUTIONS]
• Depending on a failure in the remote I/O module, an output's status may
be ON or OFF. For output signals which can lead to a severe accident,
install a circuit to monitor the outputs outside of the module.
• Do not bind the control cable or the connection cable together with the
main circuit and power cable. Keep such cables far from the main circuit
and power cable. Assure a distance of 100mm (3.94") or more,
otherwise a malfunction may occur due to excessive noise.
• Use the dedicated power supply without applying any force on the
connector of the CC-Link/LT interface and the connection cable.
Otherwise, such cables may break or fail.
[INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS]
• Use the dedicated power supply within an environment described by the
general specifications in this manual.
If the dedicated power supply is used in any environment outside the
range for the general specifications, electrical shock, fire, malfunction,
product damage or product deterioration may occur.
• Do not directly touch the conductive area of the dedicated power supply.
Malfunction or damage of the dedicated power supply may be caused by
such touching.
• Securely fix the dedicated power supply with DIN rail or mounting
screws. Securely tighten the mounting screws within the specified
torque range. If the screws are insufficiently tightened, the dedicated
power supply may drop, short-circuit or malfunction.
If the screws are excessively tightened, the screws may be damaged,
and the dedicated power supply may drop or short-circuit.
• Install the dedicated power supply on to a flat surface.
If the mounting surface is concave and/or convex, and if excessive force
is applied on the PC board, nonconformity may occur.
[WIRING PRECAUTIONS]
• Make sure to shut down all phases of the power supply outside the
module before starting the installation or wiring work. If all phases are
not shut down, electrical shock or product damage may be caused.
2) Performance specifications
Item
Specification
Rated voltage 100, 120, 200, 230, and 240V AC
Voltage
85 to 264V AC
allowable range
Rated current 1.2A / 100V AC 0.7A / 200V AC
Input
Rated
50 or 60Hz
frequency
Power fuse
3.15A
Inrush current Max. 50A / 100V AC Max. 60A / 200V AC
Output voltage 24V DC +10 %/-5 %
0.01A to 2A Derating occurs according to the
ambient temperature and power voltage.
[Use the module in a proper range so that the
Output Output current
total current consumption of each module does
not exceed 2A (except the period immediately
after the power is turned on).]
Ripple noise
500mVp-p or below
By noise simulator of 1000Vp-p in noise voltage,
Noise resistance
1μs in noise width, and 25 to 60Hz in frequency
AC type 1500V AC for one min.
Withstand voltage
DC type 500V AC for one min.
Allowable momentary
Operation continues after power failure for 10ms
power failure time
or less.
10 MΩ between the external terminals as a whole
Insulation resistance
and the ground terminal by 500V DC megger
Protection class
IP1X
27V to 33V
Protec- Over-voltage
protection
Output interrupt Not automatically reset
tion
funcOvercurrent
110 to 160%
tion
protection
Drooping characteristic Automatically reset
-Supplies power from outside to dedicated power
supply: 3 points (M3 screws) on terminal block
External connection
-To communicate and to supply power to CC-Link/
method
LT system: Connector with 4 pins dedicated to
CC-Link/LT (2 pcs.)
Mass (Weight)
0.4 kg (0.88 lbs)
Load factor (%)
[STARTING AND MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS]
• Do not touch the terminals while the power is being supplied.
Electrical shock or malfunction may be caused by such touching.
• Shut down all phases of the power supply outside the dedicated power supply
before cleaning or tightening the terminal screws. If all phases are not shut
down, the dedicated power supply may fail or malfunction.
• Do not disassemble or modify the dedicated power supply. Failure, malfunction,
injury or fire may be caused by such disassembly or modification.
• The dedicated power supply case is made of a resin.
The dedicated power supply may be damaged by dropping or strong impact.
• Shut down all external phases of the power supply before attaching or
removing the dedicated power supply to/from the panel. If all phases are not
shut down, the dedicated power supply may fail or malfunction.
[DISPOSAL PRECAUTIONS]
• Use this product in Zone A*1 as defined in EN61131-2.
The terminal and the wiring for the power supply can be used in zone B*1.
*1 Zone defined in EN61131-2
Separation defined in EN61131-2 for EMC LVD regulation decided
depending on condition in industrial setting.
Zone C = Factory mains which is isolated from public mains by dedicated
transformers.
Zone B = Dedicated power distribution which is protected by secondary
surge pro tection. (300V or le ss in the ra ted vo ltage is
assumed.)
Zone A = Local power distribution which is isolated from dedicated power
distribution by AC/DC converters, isolation transformers, etc.
(120V or less in the rated voltage is assumed.)
1.
Associated manuals
Manual No.
(Model code)
Manual name
CC-Link/LT: Power
Adapter • Dedicated
Power Supply
USER’S MANUAL
(Detailed Volume)
2.
Outline of Product
• When disposing of the product, treat it as an industrial waste.
This product is a dedicated power supply connected to CC-Link/LT.
This product supplies 24V DC power to the CC-Link/LT system.
[TRANSPORTATION AND MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS]
3.
Name of Each Part
3.1 Name of each part and assignment
2-φ4.5 mounting hole
(M4 mounting screw)
Terminal
L N arrangement
Status indicator LED
Power terminal
• During transportation avoid the impact which exceeds a regulated value as the
dedicated power supply is a precision instrument. It is necessary to check the
operation of module after transportation, in case of any impact damage.
If not checked, an accident or damage to the machine may result due to a
damaged dedicated power supply.
85V AC
60
LINK
AC85
-264V
L
-DB
DA
--
N
CL1PSU-2A
LINK/
POWER
• This product is designed for use in industrial applications.
24G
DB
DA
+24V
• Authorized Representative in the European Community:
Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V.
Gothaer Str. 8, 40880 Ratingen, Germany
Standards with which this product complies
Type : Programmable Controller (Open Type Equipment)
Models : Products manufactured:
from April 1st, 2004 to April 30th, 2006 are compliant with
EN61000-6-4 and EN61131-2:1994+A11:1996+A12:2000
after May 1st, 2006 are compliant with EN61131-2:2007
LINK connector
LINK/POWER connector
Name
Status indicator
LED
Description
24V
Lit while the power is supplied
DB
LINK
connector DA
Interface
For communication
For communication
5.1 System power calculation method
6.
5.1.1 Current consumption calculation
The dedicated power supply can be installed to a DIN rail or directly installed
with screws.
Provide a space of 50mm (1.97 in.) or more between the dedicated power
supply main unit and other equipment or structures. Keep the module as far
away from high-voltage cables, high-voltage devices, or power-driven devices
as possible.
Each installation procedure is described below.
Current
consumption
in CC-Link/LT
system
=
Total current
consumption of
each module in
CC-Link/LT system
+
Total current consumption
of I/O equipment (such
as sensors) (to which
power is supplied via
communication cable)*1
≤ 2A
*1 Some remote I/O modules for CC-Link/LT supply the power for I/O via the
connection cable.
For the details, refer to the instruction manual of each remote I/O module.
5.1.2 Voltage drop
Calculate the voltage drop based on the simplified graph or the calculation
formula. (supply voltage: 24V DC, ambient temperature: 20°C)
1) Selection based on the simplified graph
When you use VCTF cable or High flexible
cable or a combination of cables
1000
When you use dedicated flat cable
1000
560
Installation
Do not install the dedicated power supply on the floor surface, the ceiling
surface or in the vertical direction. If the dedicated power supply is installed on
such a surface or in such a direction, its temperature may rise.
Make sure to install the dedicated power supply on the wall horizontally.
When installing the module, 1) align the upper DIN rail installation groove on the
module with the DIN rail, and 2) press the module on to the DIN rail.
When removing the module, 3) pull the hook downward for installation to DIN rail,
4) then remove the module.
Installation
0.1
Applicable DIN rail
0
0
10
20
30
40
50 55
Ambient temperature (°C)
• The output current that can be used varies depending on the ambient
temperature, therefore, refer to the output derating chart above and use
the module within its proper range. (When load factor is at 100%, up to 2A
current can be output. At 80%, up to 1.6A.)
• When the output current exceeds the specified value, an overcurrent
protection circuit drives the output voltage down.
When the overcurrent status or short circuit is cleared, the output voltage
automatically returns to its normally operating value.
• When an output voltage exceeding the specified value is generated due to
some defect inside the power supply, for instance, the output is interrupted
so that the high voltage will not be output.
The protection circuit may also be triggered when a reverse current is
generated from the load circuit connected to the output terminal or when
an external overvoltage is input.
If the overvoltage protection circuit is triggered once, and the output is
interrupted and does not return to normal automatically, please have the
module checked and/or repaired.
Mount the dedicated power supply by tightening M4 screws to the upper and
lower mounting holes (two holes in all) provided in the dedicated power supply.
0.1
1.0
5
Current consumption [A]
Construction Cautions
Installation of dedicated power supply
At least one dedicated power supply is required per CC-Link/LT system.
When constructing the system using only one dedicated power supply, the
following three conditions should be satisfied.
If the following four conditions are not satisfied, use two or more dedicated
power supplies or power adapters (CL1PAD1) in constructing the system.
• The current capacity of the dedicated power supply is 2A or less, therefore,
total current consumption should be an equivalent to or less than 2 A.
• Total current at start-up of each module + current consumption of the I/O
equipment that receives power from a dedicated power supply ≤ Maximum
output current (2.2A) of dedicated power supply
• In order to operate a stable system, the voltage drop should be equivalent
to or less than 3.6 V.
• The minimum operating voltage of each module is 20.4 V, therefore, supply
voltage subtracted by the voltage drop should be equivalent to or more than
20.4 V.
Constant
: 0.08
×
Total current
consumption (A)
≤ 3.6V
×
Total current
consumption (A)
≤ 3.6V
y When you use dedicated flat cable
Voltage
drop (V)
=
Maximum
distance (m)
+ Constant: 11
Maximum
distance
Total current
consumption
×
Constant
: 0.06
Furthest station from the dedicated power supply
Total current
consumption of each
module in CC-Link/LT
system
+
Total current consumption of I/O
equipment (such as sensors)
(to which power is supplied via
communication cable)*1
*1 Some remote I/O modules for CC-Link/LT supply the power for I/O via the
connection cable.
For the details, refer to the instruction manual of each remote I/O module.
The simplified graph and the calculation formula concerning voltage drop
calculations may not be accurate depending on the ambient temperature
and the number of used connectors dedicated to CC-Link/LT.
If the driving voltage (20.4V) cannot be assured in a used remote I/O
module, add another dedicated power supply or power adapter (CL1PAD1).
M4 × 0.7mm(0.03") × 16mm(0.63") or more
(Tightening torque range: 0.78 to 1.08 N⋅m)
Power Wiring
LINK
Connector for
CC-Link/LT
interface
Dedicated power supply
+24V
DA
DB
24G
DA
DB
100, 120, 200, 230,
and 240V AC
(Voltage allowable
range: 85 to 264V
AC)
LINK/POWER
Connector for
CC-Link/LT interface
Construct the system properly so that the calculated start-up current (when the
power is turned on) does not exceed the maximum output current (2.2 A) of the
dedicated power supply.
+
Remote I/O station
1
Remote I/O station Remote I/O station
1) LINK connector
Dedicated for communication only (does not supply power). Used when
two or more dedicated power supply or power adapter (CL1PAD1) are
used in the CC-Link/LT system.
2) LINK/POWER connector
Dedicated for communication, and supplies the power to the CC-Link/LT
system.
4.
Specifications
1) General specifications
Item
Specification
Ambient working
0 to 55°C (32 to 131°F)
temperature
Ambient storage
-25 to 75°C (-13 to 167°F)
temperature
Ambient operating
5 to 95%RH: Dew condensation shall not be
humidity
allowed.
Ambient storage
5 to 95%RH: Dew condensation shall not be
humidity
allowed.
Number of
Intermittent vibration is present
sweep times
Frequency Acceleration Half amplitude
10 to 57Hz
0.075mm
−
10 times in
Vibration
57 to 150Hz 9.8m/s2
−
each of X, Y
resistance (*1)
Continuous vibration is present
and Z
Frequency Acceleration Half amplitude directions
(80 min)
10 to 57Hz
0.035mm
−
57 to 150Hz 4.9m/s2
−
Impact resistance (*1) 147 m/s2, 3 times in each of X, Y and Z directions
Operating atmosphere Corrosive gas should not be present.
Operating altitude
2,000m(6561'8") or less (*2)
Installation place
Inside control panel
Over-voltage category ΙΙ or less (*3)
Degree of contamination 2 or less (*4)
Grounding
100Ω or less
Outside Dimensions
Unit: mm(inches)
Center of DIN rail
90(3.55")
90(3.55")
24V
LINK
AC85
-264V
L
N
-DB
DA
--
CL1PSU-2A
LINK/
POWER
24G
DB
DA
+24V
82(3.23")±0.3(0.02")
2 - φ4.5(0.18") mounting
8
hole (M4 mounting screw) (0.32")
L
N
AC/DC
circuit
LED
24V
Grounding
(100Ω or
less)
Power terminal block
for dedicated power supply
Crimp-style terminal
For the power wiring, use crimp-style terminals of the following dimensions.
For the I/O wiring, use crimp-style terminals of the following dimensions.
φ 3.2 (0.13")
φ 3.2 (0.13")
6.2 mm (0.24" )
or less
6.2 mm (0.24" )
or less
When wiring one cable to one terminal
Terminal screw
Crimp-style
terminal
When wiring two cables to one terminal
Terminal screw
Total current consumption of I/O
equipment (such as sensors)
(to which power is supplied via a
connecting cable)
≤
Maximum output
current (2.2 A) of
dedicated power
supply
• Refer to "CC-Link/LT: Power Adapter • Dedicated Power Supply USER'S
MANUAL (Detailed Volume)"
Terminal
This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor
does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held
responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as
a result of using the contents noted in this manual.
Warranty
Mitsubishi will not be held liable for damage caused by factors found not to be the
cause of Mitsubishi; machine damage or lost profits caused by faults in the Mitsubishi
products; damage, secondary damage, accident compensation caused by special
factors unpredictable by Mitsubishi; damages to products other than Mitsubishi
products; and to other duties.
For safe use
• This product has been manufactured as a general-purpose part for general
industries, and has not been designed or manufactured to be incorporated in a
device or system used in purposes related to human life.
• Before using the product for special purposes such as nuclear power, electric power,
aerospace, medicine or passenger movement vehicles, consult with Mitsubishi.
• This product has been manufactured under strict quality control. However when
installing the product where major accidents or losses could occur if the product
fails, install appropriate backup or failsafe functions in the system.
Crimp-style
terminal
5.1.3 Start-up current calculation
Total current at
start-up of each
module of
CC-Link/LT
1
Remote I/O station
TH35-7.5Fe and TH35-7.5AI
Width: 35mm (1.38")
6.3 Direct installation
0.1
×
2)
Dedicated
Power Supply
3)
1.0
5
Current consumption [A]
Maximum
distance (m)
+ Constant: 9
Dedicated
Power Supply
2)
7.
=
1)
2)
4)
10
1.0
Voltage
drop (V)
1)
Removal
y When you use VCTF cable or High flexible cable or a combination of cables
20
Master module
100
1.0
0.1
3.2 Handling of LINK connector and LINK/POWER connector
6.2 Installation to DIN rail
1)
10
Power terminal
8.
6.1 Installation direction
441
100
Interface
Description
Power supply for communication (-)
For communication
For communication
Power supply for communication (+)
Supplies power from outside to dedicated
power supply.
Input voltage:
100,120,200,230,and 240V AC
(Voltage allowable range: 85 to 264V AC)
*1 The criterion is shown in IEC61131-2.
*2 The module cannot be used in an environment pressurized above the
atmospheric pressure at the altitude of 0 m. If the module is used in such
an environment, it may fail.
*3 This category indicates in which area (inside the site) in relation to the
public wiring net the equipment is to be connected.
Category ΙΙ applies, for example, to equipment whose power is supplied
from a fixed facility.
The surge-resistant voltage of equipment whose rating is up to 300V is 2,500V.
*4 This index indicates the degree of conductive substances generated in the
environment in which the module is used. The degree of contamination 2
indicates that contamination is caused by the generation of only nonconductive substances.
In this degree, however, temporar y conduction may be caused by
accidental condensation.
Note
One dedicated power supply is allowed within the range shown in the graph above.
2) Selection based on the calculation formula
40
DIN rail installation
groove
24V
●Note Concerning the CE Marking●
This marking does not guarantee that an entire mechanical module produced in
accordance with the contents of the notification comply with the following
standards. Compliance to EMC standards of the entire mechanical module
should be checked by the user / manufacturer.
Attention
100V AC or higher
90V AC
80
Description
Explains specifications, wiring, handling
JY997D06601
regarding the dedicated power supply and
(09R712)
dedicated power supply for CC-Link/LT
Applicable screw
Output derating
100
5.
LINK/
LINK/
LINK/
POWER
POWER
POWER
connector
connector
connector
• Do not short-circuit the 24G terminal and +24V terminal of the LINK/POWER
connector. Some remote I/O modules operate the inputs and outputs using the
power supply for communication. Refer to the corresponding manuals for
remote I/O modules and perform wiring correctly.
If wiring is performed incorrectly, fire, failure or malfunction may occur.
• When the LINK connector is not in use, cover the opening by plugging a
connector for communication (without any cable) or attaching a piece of tape to
prevent dust or conductive foreign materials from getting inside. Such materials
may cause failure or malfunction.
• Attach a warning label (hazard symbol 417-IEC-5036) concerning electric
shock to the enclosure of the final system.
LINK/
POWER
connector
Compliance with all relevant aspects of
the standard.
(Radiated Emissions and Mains
Terminal Voltage Emissions)
Compliance with all relevant aspects of
EN61131-2:1994/A11:1996/A12:2000
the standard.
Programmable controllers
(RF Immunity, Fast transients, ESD and
-Equipment requirements and tests
Damped oscillatory wave)
Compliance with all relevant aspects of
the standard.
(Radiated Emissions, Conducted
EN61131-2: 2007
Emissions, Radiated electromagnetic
Programmable controllers
field, Fast transient burst, Electrostatic
-Equipment requirements and tests
discharge, High-energy surge, Voltage
drops and interruptions, Conducted RF
and Power frequency magnetic field)
Low Voltage Standards (LVD)
Remark
The equipment has been assessed as
EN61131-2:1994/A11:1996 /A12:2000
a component for fitting in a suitable
:2007
enclosure which meets the
Programmable controllers
requirements of EN61131-2:1994 +
-Equipment requirements and tests
A11:1996 + A12:2000, :2007
For more details please contact the local Mitsubishi Electric sales site.
• Notes for compliance to EMC LVD regulation.
It is necessary to install the CL1 series module in a shielded metal control
panel.
24G
LINK/
DB
POWER
connector DA
+24V
L
N
45(1.78")
Please read this manual thoroughly before starting to use or handling the
product.
Name
Remark
CO
MM
.
Thank you very much for choosing this product.
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Standards (EMC)
EN61000-6-4:2001
Electromagnetic compatibility
-Generic standards - Emission standard
for Industrial environment
CO
MM
.
CL1PSU-2A
CC-Link/LT Dedicated Power Supply
• Confirm the rated voltage and the terminal arrangement of the dedicated power
supply, then correctly wire the dedicated power supply. If a power supply not
conforming to the specification rating is connected or the dedicated power
supply is wired incorrectly, fire, failure or malfunction may occur.
• Tighten the terminal screws within the specified torque range. If the terminal
screws are insufficiently tightened, fire or malfunction may occur.
If the terminal screws are excessively tightened, the screws may be damaged,
and the module may short-circuit, equipment failures, or malfunction.
• Make sure that foreign objects such as cutting and wire chips do not enter the
dedicated power supply.
Fire, failure or malfunction may be caused by the foreign objects.
• When two or more dedicated power supply or power adapter (CL1PAD1) exist in
a system, take care in connecting the first LINK/POWER connector to the
second LINK connector as indicated below. If the LINK/POWER connector in
the two adapters are connected to each other, the adapters may fail.
Correct
Wrong
connection
connection
LINK
LINK
LINK
connector
LINK
connector
connector
connector
82(3.23")±0.3(0.02")
ENGLISH
90(3.55")
B
Maximum cable length [m(inches)]
A
Side
Maximum cable length [m(inches)]
Side
Terminal
• Use a power wire of 2mm2 (0.08in.2) or more.
• Perform grounding (100Ω or less) with a wire of 2 mm2 (0.08in.2) or more to
the grounding terminal. However, never perform common grounding with a
high voltage system.
• Tighten the terminal screws (M3 screws) on the terminal block with a
tightening torque of 0.42 to 0.58 N•m. Do not tighten terminal screws
exceeding the specified torque. Failure to do so may cause short circuit,
equipment failures, or malfunctions.
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USA
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Bangkok 10230 Thailand
Tel : +66-2906-3238
Indonesia
P. T. Autoteknindo Sumber Makmur
Muara Karang Selatan, Block A / Utara No.1
Kav. No. 11, Kawasan Industri
Pergudangan, Jakarta-Utara 14440, P.O,
Box 5045, Indonesia
Tel : +62-21-663-0833
India
Mitsubishi Electric India Pvt. Ltd.
2nd Floor, Tower A & B, Cyber Greens, DLF
Cyber City, DLF Phase-III, Gurgaon-122002
Haryana, India
Tel : +91-124-463-0300
Australia
Mitsubishi Electric Australia Pty. Ltd.
348 Victoria Road PO BOX11, Rydalmere,
N.S.W 2116, Australia
Tel : +61-2-9684-7777
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