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Singapore Office:
OMRON ELECTRONICS PTE. LTD.
438A Alexandra Road, #05-05/08
(Lobby 2) Alexandra Technopark
Singapore 119967
Tel: (65) 6547 6789
Fax: (65) 6547 6769
E-mail: [email protected]
Malaysia Office:
OMRON ELECTRONICS SDN. BHD.
1101 Level 11 Uptown 1
1 Jalan SS21/58 Damansara Uptown
47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Malaysia
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Fax: (60-3) 7688 2833
E-mail: [email protected]
Thailand Office:
OMRON ELECTRONICS CO. LTD.
Rasa Tower 2 16th Floor
555 Phaholyothin Road
Chatuchak, Bangkok
10900, Thailand
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Fax: (66-2) 937 0501
CRM Call Centre: (66-2) 942 6700
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Indonesia Office:
PT. OMRON ELECTRONICS
Graha Pratama Building, 3A Floor
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Jakarta Selatan 12810
Indonesia
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Fax: (62-21) 8370 9550
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Melbourne Office:
OMRON ELECTRONICS PTY. LTD.
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Unit 98, 45 Gilby Road
Mt Waverley Victoria 3149
Australia
Tel: (61-3) 8588 2600
Fax: (61-3) 8588 2690
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Brisbane Office:
OMRON ELECTRONICS PTY. LTD.
Unit 14, 1378 Lytton Road
Hemmant 4174, Queensland
Australia
Tel: (61-7) 3859 3900
Fax: (61-7) 3348 8701
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Adelaide Office:
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Kilkenny, SA 5009
Australia
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Fax: (61-8) 8345 1204
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New Zealand Office:
OMRON ELECTRONICS LTD.
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Private Bag 92620
Symonds Street, Auckland
New Zealand
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Asia Pacific Head Office:
India Offices:
Mumbai Office:
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Kalpataru Square, Office Unit No. 32
off Andheri-Kurla Road, Andheri (East),
Mumbai- 400059
India
Tel: (91-22) 4228 8400
Fax: (91-22) 4275 5602
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Bangalore Office:
OMRON AUTOMATION PVT. LTD.
No. 43, G.N. Complex
St.Johns Road
Bangalore - 560 042
India
Tel: (91-80) 4072 6400/401
Fax: (91-80) 4146 6403
E-mail: [email protected]
Noida Office:
OMRON AUTOMATION PVT. LTD.
No.108 &103-106, 1/F, Sewa Corporation Park,
MG Road, Gurgaon, Haryana 122002
India
Tel: (91-124) 4921700
Fax:(91-124) 4921777
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Offices:
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6th Floor, 92 Hoang Ngan Street
Trung Hoa, Cau Giay
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Australia Offices:
Sydney Office:
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Australia
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Sysmac Catalogue
One Machine Control
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The product photographs and figures that are used in this catalog may vary somewhat from the actual products.
Sysmac Catalogue
This document is a selection and design guide helping
you to create fast, flexible and reliable machines. Sysmac
Automation Platform provides an integrated solution
consisting of the best in class machine controller working
seamlessly with the best in class field devices across the
fastest machine network in the market - EtherCAT. Sysmac
Automation Platform is programmed, configured and
simulated by one software - Sysmac Studio, and accessed
through one connection, EtherNet/IP.
CONTENT
One Machine Control
002 Motion, Logic and Vision in one
One connection
004 One machine network
006 EtherCAT the optimal machine network
One software
008 Sysmac Studio for machine creators
010 Sysmac Studio to develop machines
NJ-Series Machine Automation Controller
012 Complete and robust machine automation
G5 Servo system
014 At the heart of every great machine
MX2 Inverter
016 Born to drive machines
FQ-M Vision Sensor
018 Designed for object tracking
020 Service and Support
Main content
One Machine Control
Motion, Logic and Vision in one
Complete machine control through one connection and one software is how we define the
new Sysmac machine control. Our new machine automation controller - NJ - that integrates
motion, sequencing and network, a new software - Sysmac Studio - that includes
configuration, programming, simulation and monitoring plus a fast machine network
-EtherCAT - to control motion, vision, sensors and actuators, Sysmac is a powerful and
robust ONE automation platform.
One machine controller: NJ-Series
For complete control and management of your machine.
Logic and advanced motion control in one
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One factory automation network :
EtherNet/IP
For local or remote access to the complete machine
One machine network: EtherCAT
For real time control of servo drive, inverter, vision system and I/O
One software: Sysmac Studio
For configuration, programming, simulation and monitoring
Sysmac is a trademark or registered trademark of OMRON Corporation in Japan and other countries for OMRON factory automation
products. Intel, the Intel logo, Intel Atom are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries. Windows is registered
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries.
EtherCAT® is a registered trademark and patented technology, licensed by Beckhoff Automation GmbH, Germany.
Other company names and product names in this document are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
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One connection
One machine network
One connection via the NJ-Series controller
allows seamless control and communication
with both the machine and the factory. The
new NJ-Series controllers join the world
standard factory automation network,
EtherNet/IP, with the best Ethernet-based
machine control network, EtherCAT.
EtherNet/IP: the ONE factory automation network
» Peer-to-Peer controller communication
» Interface with NS HMI series or SCADA software
» Interface to Sysmac Studio
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MX2 Inverter
G5 servo system
EtherCAT: the ONE machine network
» Up to 192 slaves
» Fastest machine network on the market
» Noise immunity to stringent Omron standards
» Embedded in Omron servo drive, inverter, vision
sensor and I/O
» Uses standard STP Ethernet cable with RJ45 connectors
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One connection
EtherCAT the optimal machine network
EtherCAT is the fastest emerging network for machine automation. It is Omron’s
de-facto machine network for our wide range of field and motion devices. It is
Ethernet based, fast, accurate and highly efficient in terms of data transmission.
All our EtherCAT devices have been designed and tested to meet Omron’s stringent
requirements on noise immunity.
Key features
›It is industrial Ethernet and uses standard IEEE 802.3 frames.
›It achieves high synchronisation accuracy by using a distributed
clock mechanism.
›It is the fastest network on the market with 100 s refresh time
and less than 1 s jitter
›It is simple to set up with automatic address assignment for nodes
›It uses standard Ethernet cables and connectors
Master clock
EtherCAT is Industrial Ethernet
The EtherCAT Telegram is contained in the Ethernet
Data section of the IEEE 802.3 Ethernet frame. The
frame travels through the media at 100 Mbps in full
duplex mode.
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Simple cabling: 100Base-TX
EtherCAT uses standard 100BASE-TX Ethernet
communication very efficiently, over standard
shielded Ethernet cables and connectors. No
need for network switches.
Slave clock
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Slave clock
Flexible topology
With two EtherCAT ports on all devices, no additional
switches are required to create a linear network.
EtherCAT junctions can be used to build tree and star
topologies, which can reduce the amount of cabling.
“On-the-fly” data exchange
Distributed clocks
The slave devices extract and/or insert data
on the fly. This method assures the highest
possible throughput.
The EtherCAT node slave measures the time difference between incoming and
returning frame - timestamp-. With these timestamps the master can determine the
propagation delay offset to the individual slave accurately. This mechanism ensures
accurate synchronisation between devices within less than 1 s jitter.
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One software
Sysmac Studio for machine creators
Turning machine programmers into machine creators is the driving vision behind Sysmac
Studio. Cutting programming, debugging and set-up time while maximising the functionality
and performance of your machine is our ultimate goal. For this Sysmac Studio aims to offer
ONE software for the complete machine. A software tool that only needs to be learned once,
programmed, tested and tuned as one and secured as a whole.
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Learn it ONCE
Develop it FAST
» One software for motion, drives and vision
» Supports Ladder, Structured Text and Function Block
programming with a rich instruction set
» Fully compliant with open standard IEC 61131-3
» CAM editor for easy programming of complex motion
» One design and operation environment for configuration,
profiles
programming and monitoring
» Intuitive editor with auto-complete assistance for Ladder
and Structured Text programming
Test it in ONE
Secure it ALL
» One simulation tool for sequence and motion in a 3D
» Advanced security function with 32 digit security
environment
password.
» Complete or partial program can be simulated and
» Complete project or single Function Block* can be
debugged
protected
» Data trending for tuning and debugging
PROG
» Machine cloning prevention
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One software
Sysmac Studio to develop machines
Created to give you complete control over your automation
system, Sysmac Studio integrates configuration, programming
and monitoring. Graphics-oriented configuration allows quick
set-up of the controller, field devices and networks while
machine and motion programming based on IEC standard
and PLCopen Function Blocks for Motion Control cuts
programming time. Smart Editor with On-line debugging
helps quick and error free programming. Advanced simulation
of sequence and motion control, data trace reduce machine
tuning and set-up.
Design and operability
Unified design environment is provided for programming,
configuration and monitoring. It also offers intuitive
navigation between control modes.
Motion control
The graphical CAM editor allows quick implementation of
complex motion profiles. CAM tables can be modified on
the fly. A PLCopen Function Blocks for the Motion Control
library are available to implement general purpose motion
control.
Simulation
Motion trajectories in 3D can be pre-tested with advanced
simulation of sequence and motion control. Simulation of
single Function Blocks, POU’s or the entire program can
be performed. In addition all standard features such as
Break & Step are available.
Data tracing
Easy system tuning thanks to integrated
and synchronised data tracing of motion
commands, position and speed feedback
and I/O status and values.
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Configuration
Programming
Simple drag & drop configuration for controller,
network, servo-axis and other field devices.
Multi-tasking and fully compliant with IEC61131-3 standard. The program
editor includes smart support functions such as syntax error check and
clear colour segregation of variables and symbols. ST instructions can
be directly written in Ladder programs thanks to in-line ST function.
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NJ-Series Machine Automation Controller
Complete and robust machine automation
The NJ-Series Machine Automation Controller is at the
heart of the new Sysmac platform. One integrated machine
controller that offers speed, flexibility and scalability of
software centric architecture without compromising on the
traditional reliability and robustness that you have come to
expect from Omron PLCs. The NJ-Series is designed to meet
extreme machine control requirements in terms of motion
control speed and accuracy, communication, security and
Hardware design
›Architecture Based on new Intel® Atom™
Processor
›The most compact controller in its class
(According to July 2011)
›Built-in USB port and SD card slot
›Fan-less cooling
robustness. You just create…
›Motion control
›Up to 64 axis control
›Single axis moves and axes interpolation
›Electronic cams and gearboxes
System robustness
›One event log for controller, field devices and
networks
›Standard PLC system check: Watch-Dog Timer,
memory check, network topology check, etc.
NJ-Series controller features
›Motion controller supporting up to 64 servo axes
›EtherNet/IP and EtherCAT ports embedded
›Up to 192 EtherCAT Slaves (64 axes)
›Standard IEC 61131-3 programming
Machine control
›Certified PLCopen Function Blocks for Motion Control
›Seamless integration of Logic
›Linear and circular interpolation
›Linear and infinite axes management
›Electronic Gear and CAM synchronisation
›Global standards CE, cULus, NK, LR
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and Motion
›Synchronous control of all machine network
devices
›Works with most CJ PLC series modules
Standard Factory network
›Programming
›Other Machine controllers
›HMI / SCADA
›IT systems
Standard Machine network
›Servos
›Inverters
›Vision systems
›Distributed I/O
Standard programming
›Fully conforms IEC 61131-3 standards
›PLCopen Function Blocks for Motion Control
This product incorporates certain third party software.
The license and copyright information associated with this software is available at http://www.fa.omron.co.jp/nj_info_e/
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G5 Servo system
At the heart of every great machine
Great machines are born from a perfect match
between control and mechanics. G5 gives you that
extra edge to build more accurate, faster, smaller
and safer machines.
EtherCAT connectivity
›Compliant with CoE -CiA402 Drive profile›Cyclic synchronous Position, Velocity and Torque modes
›Embedded Gear Ratio, Homing and Profile Position mode
›Distributed clock to ensure high precision
synchronisation
G5 servo system features
›Compact size servo drives with EtherCAT connectivity built-in
›High-response frequency of 2 kHz
›Load vibration suppression
›Embedded Safety conforming ISO13849-1 Performance Level c,d
›Advanced tuning algorithms (Anti-vibration function, torque
feedforward, disturbance observer)
›Wide range of linear and rotary servo motors
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Safety conformance
›PLc,d according ISO13849-1
›STO: IEC61800-5-2
›SIL2 according to EN61508
Improved rotary motors
›Low cogging torque servo motors
›High accuracy provided by 20 bit encoder
›IP67 for all motors and connectors
›Large range of motors from 0.16 Nm up to 96 Nm
nominal torque (224 Nm peak)
Ironless linear motors*
›Compact, efficient design
›Excellent force-to-weight ratio
›No latching force
Iron-core linear motors*
›Compact, flat design
›Optimum ratio between force and volume
›Weight-optimized magnetic track
* Available soon
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MX2 Inverter
Born to drive machines
Thanks to its advanced design and algorithms, the MX2
provides smooth control down to zero speed, plus precise
operation for cyclic operations and torque control capability
in open loop. The MX2 is fully integrated within the Omron
Sysmac automation platform.
Torque control in open loop
›Ideal for low to medium torque applications
›Can replace a flux vector inverter or servo drive in
suitable systems
EtherCAT connectivity
›Compliant with CoE -CiA402 Drive profile›Velocity mode
MX2 features
›Torque control in open loop, ideal for low to medium torque
applications.
›200% starting torque near stand-still operation (0.5Hz)
›Double rating VT 120%/1 min and CT 150%/1 min
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Quick response to load fluctuation
›MX2 provides accurate speed control with less than 2%
error at 1 Hz
›Stable control without decreasing machine speed
Load
improves quality and productivity
Speed
Conventional inverter
Time
›Near stand-still operation (0.5Hz)
›Smooth control of high inertia loads
›Control of fast cyclic loads
Frequency response vs Torque
(Example with 7.5kW 4-pole motor)
Torque (%)
200% starting torque
200
100
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0,5 3 6 10
20
30
40
50
60Hz
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FQ-M Vision Sensor
Designed for object tracking
The new FQ-M series is a vision sensor designed specifically for
Pick & Place applications. It comes with EtherCAT embedded and
can be configured and monitored from Sysmac Studio software.
The FQ-M series is compact, fast and includes an incremental
encoder input for easy tracking and calibration.
Connectivity
›EtherCAT port for object tracking
›Ethernet port for advanced configuration and
monitoring
›Encoder input for accurate “on the fly tracking” and
easy calibration
›Automatic strobe timing control
Detection
›Up to 5000 pieces per minute with 360 degree
rotation
›Stable and robust detection under changeable
environmental conditions
Key features
›Made specifically for tracking applications
›Designed to work within Sysmac integrated automation with
embedded EtherCAT and integrated software tool
›Smart camera with EtherCAT: camera, image processing and
connectivity in one
›Vision sensor with encoder input for tracking function
›Calibration function of the complete system
›Can inspect small and large objects
›Sysmac Studio software for vision system operation and setting
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Ethernet
Encoder input for tracking
and calibration
» The assisted calibration procedure simplifies the
overall system set-up.
Design
» Objects that overlap within more than one field of
view are segregated and its data is ignored.
›Camera and image processing in one
›Standard C-mount lenses; choose the field of view
and focus distance you need
›Variety of industrial connector types (angled, straight)
for correct mounting
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1
3
Software tool
›Fully integrated within the Sysmac Studio software tool
›Intuitive and icon driven set-up and configuration
First shot: The position and orientation data of
pieces 1, 2 and 3 are sent to the controller.
›Trending and logging function
2
4
1
3
Next shot: Only the position and orientation data of
piece 4 are sent to the controller.
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Service and Support
OMRON technical offices across the World
PRESENCE
Tsunagi laboratory
Automation
Competence Centre
Technical office
Premium partner
COMPETENCE
Proof of concept
OMRON
Design
Our wide network of machine
automation specialists will help you
to select the right automation architecture and products to meet your
requirements. Our flat structure based
on expert-to-expert contact ensures
that you will have ONE accountable
and responsible expert to deal with
on your complete project.
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As your project matures make use of
our Automation centers to test and
catch-up with technology trends in
motion, robotics, networking, safety,
quality control etc. Make use of our
Tsunagi (connectivity) laboratory to
interface, test and validate your complete system with our new machine
network (EtherCAT) and factory network (EtherNet/IP).
We will assign a dedicated application engineer to assist with initial
programming and proof testing of
the critical aspects of your automation system. Our application engineers have in-depth expertise in
and knowledge of networks, PLCs,
motion, safety and HMIs when
applied to machine automation.
Beijing
Seoul
Kyoto
Shanghai
Guangzhou
Hong Kong
Taipei
Hanoi
Sendai
Ayabe
Manila
Seoul
Cheoan
Bangkok
Kusatsu
Okayama
Pusan
Fukuoka
Tokyo
Nagoya
Kyoto
Osaka
Kuala Lumpur
Singapore
Jakarta Selatan
CONFIDENCE
Development
During your prototyping phase you
will need flexibility in technical
support, product supply and
exchange. We will assign an inside
sales contact to help you with you
source the correct products fast
during your prototyping phase.
Commissioning
With our world-wide network for
service and support the export of
your product is made simple, we
will support you on-site with your
customer, anywhere in the world. We
can arrange a liaison sales engineer
to facilitate training, spare parts
supply or even machine commissioning. All this in a localised language
with localised documentation – giving you complete peace of mind.
ASSURANCE
After Sales support
Our support does not end at pre-sale
application engineering. Omron provides a
comprehensive set of post-sales support
services including:
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System Design Guide
System Configuration
EtherCAT Network Configuration ...................................................................................... 2
Network Configuration ....................................................................................................... 3
Machine Automation Controller NJ-Series
Features ............................................................................................................................ 5
Unit Configuration.............................................................................................................. 6
Power Supply Units Current Consumption .......................................................................11
Dimensions...................................................................................................................... 12
General Specifications..................................................................................................... 15
Performance Specifications............................................................................................. 16
Function Specifications.................................................................................................... 19
Version Information ......................................................................................................... 25
Components and Functions............................................................................................. 25
Automation software Sysmac Studio
Features .......................................................................................................................... 27
System Requirements ..................................................................................................... 28
Function Specifications.................................................................................................... 29
Applicable Models ........................................................................................................... 33
AC Servomotors/Drives G5-Series
System Configuration ...................................................................................................... 34
G5-Series AC Servo Drives with Built-in EtherCAT Communications
General Specifications..................................................................................................... 36
Performance Specifications............................................................................................. 37
EtherCAT Communications Specifications ...................................................................... 39
Version Information ......................................................................................................... 39
Components and Functions............................................................................................. 40
Dimensions...................................................................................................................... 41
G5-Series AC Servomotors
General Specifications..................................................................................................... 46
Performance Specifications / Torque and Rotation Speed Characteristics ..................... 47
Encoder Specifications .................................................................................................... 58
Dimensions...................................................................................................................... 59
Combination table............................................................................................................ 73
Multi-function Compact Inverter MX2-Series
Performance Specifications............................................................................................. 80
Function Specifications.................................................................................................... 83
Version Information ......................................................................................................... 84
Components and Functions............................................................................................. 85
Connection Diagram........................................................................................................ 86
Dimensions...................................................................................................................... 87
Vision Sensor FQ-M-Series
System configuration....................................................................................................... 91
Specifications .................................................................................................................. 92
FQ-M Series EtherCAT Communications Specifications................................................. 94
Version Information ......................................................................................................... 94
Components and Functions............................................................................................. 95
Dimensions...................................................................................................................... 96
Optical Chart ................................................................................................................... 98
EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals GX-Series
General Specifications..................................................................................................... 99
EtherCAT Communications Specifications .................................................................... 100
Version Information ....................................................................................................... 100
Digital I/O Terminal 2-tier Terminal Block Type .......................................................... 102
Digital I/O Terminal 3-tier Terminal Block Type .......................................................... 108
Digital I/O Terminal e-CON Connector Type.................................................................112
Analog I/O Terminal 2-tier Terminal Block Type ......................................................... 120
Encoder Input Terminal 3-tier Terminal Block Type ................................................... 123
Expansion Units ............................................................................................................ 126
SmartSlice I/O ................................................................................................................ 131
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EtherCAT Network Configuration
With an NJ-Series, you can use an EtherCAT network as a basic system.
Host personal computer
HMI
Information system network
EtherNet/IP
Built-in EtherNet/IP port
Controller layer network
NJ-Series
CPU Unit
Built-in EtherNet/IP port
EtherNet/IP
Built-in EtherNet/IP port
NJ-Series
CPU Unit
Built-in EtherNet/IP port
NJ-Series
CPU Unit
Built-in EtherNet/IP port
Serial Communications
Units
DeviceNet
Master Unit
EtherCAT
EtherCAT slaves
Servo Drives
Networks between Controller and
Serial-communications devices
RS-232C,
RS-422A/485
Field networks
General-purpose CompoNet or OMRON CompoNet
DeviceNet
DeviceNet slaves
Level
2
Features
Network type
Protocols
Required devices
Information networks Message (CIP) communications
with host computer
EtherNet/IP
• CIP message communications
• FTP server
• Socket service
• NTP client
Networks between
Controllers
Tag data links between
Controllers
EtherNet/IP
• Tag data link communications
• CIP message communications
• Socket service
Networks between
Controllers and
serialcommunications
devices
Wide range of protocol selections
Serial
Protocol Macro, No-protocol, CompoWay/F,
Communications Modbus, NT Link, and Host Link
Serial Communications Units
Field networks
High-speed, highprecision
communications with Servo Drives
and generalpurpose slaves
EtherCAT
EtherCAT protocol
Built-in EtherCAT port
High-speed, multipoint, multi-node
connection with different types of
slaves
DeviceNet
DeviceNet protocol
DeviceNet Master Unit
Built-in EtherNet/IP port
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System Configuration
Network Configuration
System Configuration
You can make networks in the following layers with an NJ-Series Controller.
Automation Software
Sysmac Studio
NJ-Series CPU units
Machine Automation Controller
NJ501-1300
NJ501-1400
NJ501-1500
USB Cable
Commercially available USB cable
ESI Files
Automation Software
.xml
Built-in EtherCAT port
EtherCAT Branching Unit
EtherCAT Cable
GX-JC03/JC06*
GX-EC0211/EC0241
Network
Configuration
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Encoder Input Terminals
EtherCAT Network
Configuration
100Base-TX
double-shielded twisted-pair cable
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Digital I/O Terminals
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Analog I/O Slave Unit
GX-AD0471/DA0271
Vision Sensor
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Vision Sensor
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Remote I/O Terminals
Analog I/O Slave Unit
Ordering Information
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Machine Automation Controller
System Configuration
NJ-Series
Machine Automation Controller
NJ-Series
Machine Automation Controller
One integrated machine controller that offers speed,
flexibility and scalability of software centric architecture
without compromising on the traditional reliability and
robustness that you have come to expect from our
PLCs.
NJ501-1500
Automation Software
Features
Unit Configuration
Dimensions
Performance
Specifications
Vision Sensor
General
Specifications
Version Information
Remote I/O Terminals
Function
Specifications
Ordering Information
Components
and Functions
5
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Power Supply
Units Current
Consumption
This product incorporates certain third party software.
The license and copyright information associated with this software is available at http://www.fa.omron.co.jp/nj_info_e/ .
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Features
• Architecture based on the Intel£ Atom™ processor achieves high-speed processing.
• The user program including the double precision floating point arithmetic instruction that is necessary for the
coordinates correction, ST language and Function Blocks is executed fast, as well as the basic instructions and
the special instructions.
• Integration of Logic and Motion in one CPU.
• Synchronous control of all machine network devices : vision sensors, servo drives and field devices with the
machine control network, EtherCAT.
Synchronize the PLC Engine and the Motion Engine with the EtherCAT control period. Fast and highly-accurate
control is possible.
• Standard programming : Conforms IEC 61131-3 standards, variable-based instructions including the PLCopen
Motion function blocks
• Complete and robust machine automation: fast control performance and basic functions and reliability of industrial
controllers.
• Fan-free operation in ambient temperature between 0 to 55°C.
• Complete RAS functions: Transmission frame error check, timeout, bus diagnosis, Watchdog (WDT), memory
check, and topology check, etc.
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Machine Automation Controller
NJ-Series
Unit Configuration
Basic System
FA Wireless Lan Units
WE70
Programmable Terminal
Industrial Switching Hubs
NS-Series
WS41-03B
WS41-05B/C
WE70-AP
WE70-AP
FAWIRELESS LAN ACCESS POINT
POWER
MODE
LAN
FAWIRELESS LAN ACCESS POINT
WIRELESS
POWER
MODE
LAN
WIRELESS
PLC
PA205R
SYSMAC
CJ1G-CPU44
POWER
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROLLER
RUN
ERR/ALM
INH
PRPHL
COMM
OPEN
MCPWR
L1
BUSY
AC100-240V
INPUT
L2/N
PERIPHERAL
RUN
OUTPUT
AC240V
DC24V
PORT
Ethernet Cable
CPU Units
100Base-TX twisted-pair cable
End Cover
NJ501-1300
NJ501-1400
NJ501-1500
CJ1W-TER01
CPU Rack
Power Supply Units
NJ-PA3001
NJ-PD3001
Battery
CJ1 I/O Control Unit
CJ1W-BAT01
CJ1W-IC101
Automation Software
Sysmac Studio
USB Cable
Commercially available USB cable
CJ1 Basic I/O Units
CJ1 Special I/O Units
CJ1 CPU Bus Units
Memory Card
HMC-SD291 (2GB)
Note: A maximum of 10 Units
can be mounted.
Expansion Rack
II101
OUT
IN
Expansion Cables
[email protected]@3
(30 cm, 70 cm, 2 m, 3 m, 5 m, 10 m, 12 m)
II101
OUT
IN
I/O Interface Unit
CJ1W-II101
6
II101
OUT
IN
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Machine Automation Controller
NJ-Series
System Configuration
Configuration Units
CJ1 Basic I/O Units
8-point Units
16-point Units
32-point Units
64-point Units
Input Units
z DC Input Unit
CJ1W-ID211
CJ1W-ID212 High-speed type
z AC Input Unit
CJ1W-IA111
z Relay Contact Output Unit
(independent commons)
CJ1W-OC201
z Triac Output Unit
CJ1W-OA201
z Transistor Output Units
CJ1W-OD201
CJ1W-OD203
CJ1W-OD202
CJ1W-OD204
z Relay Contact Output Unit
CJ1W-OC211
z Transistor Output Units
CJ1W-OD211
CJ1W-OD213 High-speed type
CJ1W-OD212
z DC Input Unit
CJ1W-ID231
CJ1W-ID232
CJ1W-ID233 High-speed type
z DC Input Unit
CJ1W-ID261
CJ1W-ID262
Machine Automation Controller
z DC Input Unit
CJ1W-ID201
z AC Input Unit
CJ1W-IA201
Output Units
z Transistor Output Units
CJ1W-OD231
CJ1W-OD233
CJ1W-OD234 High-speed type
CJ1W-OD232
z Transistor Output Units
CJ1W-OD261
CJ1W-OD263
CJ1W-OD262
Automation Software
I/O Units
---
---
Other Units
---
---
„ Serial Communications Units
CJ1W-SCU22 High-speed type
CJ1W-SCU32 High-speed type
CJ1W-SCU42 High-speed type
„ ID Sensor Units
CJ1W-V680C11
CJ1W-V680C12
Dimensions
z Isolated-type DC Input Unit
CJ1W-PDC15
„ High-speed Counter Units
CJ1W-CT021
„ DeviceNet Unit
CJ1W-DRM21
Performance
Specifications
Version Information
„ Temperature Control Units
CJ1W-TC003, CJ1W-TC004
CJ1W-TC103, CJ1W-TC104
Ordering Information
Components
and Functions
7
Remote I/O Terminals
z Analog I/O Units
CJ1W-MAD42
Vision Sensor
General
Specifications
z Analog Output Units
CJ1W-DA042V High-speed type
CJ1W-DA08V
CJ1W-DA08C
CJ1W-DA041
CJ1W-DA021
Function
Specifications
„ Analog I/O Units
z Analog Input Units
CJ1W-AD042 High-speed type
CJ1W-AD081-V1
CJ1W-AD041-V1
Multi-function Compact Inverter
CJ1 Special I/O Units and CPU Bus Units
„ Process I/O Units
z Isolated-type Units with Universal Inputs
CJ1W-PH41U
CJ1W-AD04U
Power Supply
Units Current
Consumption
z B7A Interface Units
(64 inputs)
CJ1W-B7A14
(64 outputs)
CJ1W-B7A04
(32 inputs, 32 outputs)
CJ1W-B7A22
Unit Configuration
z Quick-response Input Unit
CJ1W-IDP01
Features
32 inputs, 32 outputs
z DC Input/Transistor Output Units
CJ1W-MD261
CJ1W-MD263
32 inputs, 32 outputs
z TTL I/O Unit
CJ1W-MD563
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
(16 inputs, 16 outputs)
z DC Input/Transistor Output Units
CJ1W-MD231
CJ1W-MD233
CJ1W-MD232
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Machine Automation Controller
NJ-Series
NJ-Series CPU Racks
A NJ-Series CPU Rack consists of a CPU Unit, Power Supply Unit, Configuration Units (Basic I/O Units, Special I/O Units, and CPU Bus Units),
and an End Cover.
NJ-Series
Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@@
NJ-Series CPU Unit
[email protected]@@@
I/O Control Unit
CJ1W-IC101
(Required only when connecting
to an Expansion Rack.)
End Cover
CJ1W-TER01
(One End Cover is provided
as a standard accessory
with the CPU Unit.)
IC101
OUT
CPU
Rack
Configuration Units
· CJ1 Basic I/O Units
· CJ1 Special I/O Units
· CJ1 CPU Bus Units
Total: 10 Units max
Even though the NJ-Series Controllers do not have Backplanes, the term “slot” still used to refer to the location of Units. Slot numbers are assigned
in order to Units from left to right on the CPU Rack (slot 0, slot 1, slot 2, etc.).
z
Required Units
Rack
Unit name
Required number of Units
NJ-Series Power Supply Unit 1
NJ-Series CPU Unit
1
I/O Control Unit
Required only for mounting to an Expansion Rack. Mount the I/O Control Unit immediately to the right of the CPU
Unit.
Number of Configuration
Units
10 max. (Same for all models of CPU Unit.)
(The number of Basic I/O Units, Special I/O Units, and CPU Bus Units can be varied. The number does not include
the I/O Control Unit.)
End Cover
1 (Included with CPU Unit.)
CPU Rack
z
Types of Configuration Units
In the NJ-Series, Configuration Units are classified into the following three types. The number of Racks differs depending on the
type.
Type
8
Appearance (example)
Description
Unit recognition method
Max. Units mountable
per CPU Unit
Basic I/O Units
Units with contact inputs and contact outputs.
Recognized by the CPU Unit according to the position of the Rack and
slot.
A maximum of 40 Units
can be mounted.
Special I/O
Units
Special I/O Units provide more advanced functions
than do Basic I/O Units, including I/O other than
contact inputs and contact outputs.
Examples of Special I/O Units are Analog I/O Units
and High-speed Counter Units. They differ from
CPU Bus Units (including Network Communications Units) in having a smaller area for exchanging data with the CPU Unit.
Recognized by the CPU Unit according to the unit number (0 to 95) set
with the rotary switches on the front
panel.
A maximum of 40 Units
can be connected. (Multiple unit numbers are allocated per Unit,
depending on the model
and settings.)
CPU Bus Units
CPU Bus Units exchange data with the CPU Unit
via the CPU Bus.
Examples of CPU Bus Units are Network Communications Units and Serial Communications Units.
They differ from Special I/O Units in having a
larger area for exchanging data with the CPU Unit.
Recognized by the CPU Unit according to the unit number (0 to F) set
with the rotary switch on the front
panel.
A maximum of 16 Units
can be mounted.
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Machine Automation Controller
NJ-Series
System Configuration
NJ-Series Expansion Racks
A NJ-Series Expansion Rack consists of a Power Supply Unit, an I/O Interface Unit, Configuration Units (Basic I/O Units, Special I/O Units, and
CPU Bus Units), and an End Cover.
NJ-Series CPU Unit
[email protected]@@@
I/O Control Unit
CJ1W-IC101
NJ-Series Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@@
Machine Automation Controller
CPU Rack
I/O Interface Unit
CJ1W-II101
NJ-Series Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@@
Configuration Units: 10 max.
I/O Connecting Cable
[email protected]@3
II101
OUT
IN
Expansion
Rack
I/O Interface Unit
CJ1W-II101
NJ-Series Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@@
Configuration Units: 10 max.
I/O Connecting Cable
[email protected]@3
II101
OUT
IN
Expansion
Rack
Number of Expansion Racks:
Up to 3 Expansion Racks can be connected.
Configuration Units: 10 max.
Features
I/O Connecting Cable
[email protected]@3
II101
OUT
IN
Configuration Units: 10 max.
Rack
CPU Rack
Required number of Units
One Unit. Required only when an Expansion Rack is used. Mount the I/O Control Unit immediately to the right
of the CPU Unit. *1
Power Supply Unit
One Unit
I/O Interface Unit
One Unit. Mount the I/O Interface Unit immediately to the right of the Power Supply Unit. *2
Number of Configuration Units
Ten Units max. (The number of Basic I/O Units, Special I/O Units, and CPU Bus Units can be varied.
This number does not include the I/O Interface Unit.)
End Cover
One (Included with the I/O Interface Unit.)
Performance
Specifications
Version Information
Remote I/O Terminals
Function
Specifications
Ordering Information
Components
and Functions
9
Vision Sensor
General
Specifications
*1 Mounting the I/O Control Unit in any other location may cause faulty operation.
*2 Mounting the I/O Interface Unit in any other location may cause faulty operation.
Dimensions
Expansion
Rack
Unit name
I/O Control Unit
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Required Units
Power Supply
Units Current
Consumption
z
Unit Configuration
Expansion
Rack
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
I/O Interface Unit
CJ1W-II101
NJ-Series Power Supply Unit
[email protected]@@@@
Automation Software
Total
cable
length
≤12 m
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NJ-Series
Configuration Units
z
Maximum Number of Configuration Units That Can Be Mounted
CPU Unit
NJ-Series
CPU Unit
Model
NJ501-1300
Total Units
No. of Units on CPU Rack
40
10 per Rack
No. of Expansion Racks
3 Racks x 10 Units
NJ501-1400
NJ501-1500
Note: It may not be possible to mount the maximum number of configuration Units depending on the specific Units that are mounted. Refer to the
next page for details.
z
Number of mountable units per Configuration Unit
Basic I/O Units, Special I/O Units, and CPU Bus Units of the CJ-Series are used as Configuration Units of the NJ-Series. All Basic I/O Units are
useable. Not all Special I/O Units and CPU Bus Units can be used. Units that can be used are shown in the list. In addition, note that the number
of units that can be connected to one CPU vary depending on the units.
CJ-Series Special I/O Units
Type
Name
Special
I/O
Units
Generalpurpose
Universal
Analog Input
Unit
4 inputs, fully universal
Analog Input
Units
Analog
Output Units
10
Specifications
Model
CJ1W-AD04U
Unit No.
Number
Current
Number of
Words
of
consumption (A)
words
allocated in
mountabl
allocated
DM Area
e Units 5 VDC 24 VDC
Weight
0 to 95
10 words 100 words
40 Units
0.32
---
150 g max.
8 inputs (4 to 20 mA, 1 to 5 V, etc.) CJ1W-AD081-V1
0 to 95
10 words 100 words
40 Units
0.42
---
140 g max.
4 inputs (4 to 20 mA, 1 to 5 V, etc.) CJ1W-AD041-V1
0 to 95
10 words 100 words
40 Units
0.42
---
140 g max.
4 inputs (4 to 20 mA, 1 to 5 V, etc.) CJ1W-AD042
0 to 95
10 words 100 words
40 Units
0.52
---
150 g max.
4 outputs
(1 to 5 V, 4 to 20 mA, etc.)
0 to 95
10 words 100 words
40 Units
0.12
---
150 g max.
CJ1W-DA041
2 outputs
(1 to 5 V, 4 to 20 mA, etc.)
CJ1W-DA021
0 to 95
10 words 100 words
40 Units
0.12
---
150 g max.
8 outputs (1 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, etc.)
CJ1W-DA08V
0 to 95
10 words 100 words
40 Units
0.14
---
150 g max.
8 outputs (4 to 20 mA)
CJ1W-DA08C
0 to 95
10 words 100 words
40 Units
0.14
---
150 g max.
4 outputs (1 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, etc.)
CJ1W-DA042V
0 to 95
10 words 100 words
40 Units
0.40
---
150 g max.
Analog I/O
Unit
4 inputs
(1 to 5 V, 4 to 20 mA, etc.)
2 outputs
(1 to 5 V, 4 to 20 mA, etc.)
CJ1W-MAD42
0 to 95
10 words 100 words
40 Units
0.58
---
150 g max.
Isolated-type
Highresolution
Universal
Input Unit
4 inputs, fully universal Resolution:
1/256,000, 1/64,000,
1/16,000
CJ1W-PH41U
0 to 95
10 words 100 words
40 Units
0.30
---
150 g max.
Direct
Current Input
Unit
DC voltage or DC current, 2 inputs
CJ1W-PDC15
0 to 95
10 words 100 words
40 Units
0.18
---
150 g max.
Temperature
Control Units
2 control loops, thermocouple
inputs, NPN outputs, heater
burnout detection
CJ1W-TC003
0 to 94 (uses
words for 2
unit numbers)
20 words 200 words
40 Units
0.25
---
150 g max.
2 control loops, thermocouple
inputs, PNP outputs, heater
burnout detection
CJ1W-TC004
0 to 94 (uses
words for 2
unit numbers)
20 words 200 words
40 Units
0.25
---
150 g max.
2 control loops, temperatureresistance thermometer inputs,
NPN outputs, heater burnout
detection
CJ1W-TC103
0 to 94 (uses
words for 2
unit numbers)
20 words 200 words
40 Units
0.25
---
150 g max.
2 control loops, temperatureresistance thermometer inputs,
PNP outputs, heater burnout
detection
CJ1W-TC104
0 to 94 (uses
words for 2
unit numbers)
20 words 200 words
40 Units
0.25
---
150 g max.
ID Sensor
Units
V680-Series single-head type
CJ1W-V680C11
0 to 95
10 words 100 words
40 Units
0.26
0.13
120 g max.
V680-Series two-head type
CJ1W-V680C12
0 to 94
20 words 200 words
40 Units
0.32
0.26
130 g max.
High-speed
Counter Unit
Number of counter channels: 2,
Maximum input frequency:
500 kHz, line driver compatible
CJ1W-CT021
0 to 92 (uses
words for 4
unit numbers)
40 words 400 words
24 Units
0.28
---
100 g max.
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NJ-Series
System Configuration
CJ-Series CPU Bus Units
Type
CPU
Bus
Units
Name
Serial
Communications Units
Specifications
Model
CJ1W-SCU22
Two RS-422A/485 ports Highspeed models
CJ1W-SCU32
Number of words
allocated
Current
Maximum number consumption (A)
of Units
5 VDC 24 VDC
0.28 *1
0 to F
25 words
One RS-232C port and one RSCJ1W-SCU42
422A/485 port High-speed models
DeviceNet
Unit
DeviceNet remote I/O, 2,048
points; Both Master and Slave
functions, Automatic allocation
possible without Configurator
CJ1W-DRM21
0.4
16 Units
160 g max.
---
0.36 *1
0 to F
25 words
16 Units
0.29
Weight
120 g max.
Machine Automation Controller
Two RS-232C ports
High-speed models
Unit No.
140 g max.
---
118 g max. *2
*1 Increases by 0.15 A/Unit when an NT-AL001 RS-232C/RS-422A Link Adapter is used. Increases by 0.04 A/Unit when a CJ1W-CIF11 RS-422A
Converter is used. Increases by 0.20 A/Unit when an [email protected] Programmable Terminal is used.
*2 Includes the weight of accessory connectors.
Automation Software
Power Supply Units Current Consumption
Checking Current Consumption and Power Consumption
After selecting a Power Supply Unit based on considerations such as the power supply voltage, calculate the current and power requirements for
each Rack.
(A)5-VDC
(A) 5-VDC CPU
Expansion
Racks*
Rack
(B) 24 VDC
(C)
Max. total
power
supplied
6.0 A
1.0 A
30 W
NJ-PD3001 6.0 A
6.0 A
1.0 A
30 W
Dimensions
NJ-PA3001 6.0 A
Conditions 1 and 2 below must be satisfied.
Condition 1: Maximum Current
(1) Total Unit current consumption at 5 V ≤ (A) value
(2) Total Unit current consumption at 24 V ≤ (B) value
Condition 2: Maximum Power
(1) × 5 V + (2) × 24 V ≤ (C) value
* Including supply to the CPU Unit.
Example: When the Following Units are Mounted to a NJ-Series CPU Rack Using a NJ-PA3001 Power Supply Unit
Unit type
Model
Quantity
Voltage group
5V
24 V
1.90 A
---
I/O Control Unit
CJ1W-IC101
1
0.02 A
---
Basic I/O Units (Input Units)
CJ1W-ID211
2
0.08 A
---
CJ1W-ID231
2
0.09 A
--0.048 A
Basic I/O Units (Output Units)
CJ1W-OC201
2
0.09 A
Special I/O Unit
CJ1W-DA041
1
0.12 A
CPU Bus Unit
CJ1W-SCU22
1
Total
Power consumption
0.048 A × 2
Result
2.84 A (≤ 6.0 A)
0.096 A (≤ 1.0 A)
Total
2.84 × 5 V = 14.2 W
0.096 A × 24 V = 2.3 W
Result
Version Information
Current consumption
-----
0.28 A
1.9 A+0.02 A+0.08 A ×
2+0.09 A × 2+0.09 A ×
2+0.12 A+0.28
Remote I/O Terminals
1
Function
Specifications
NJ501-1500
Performance
Specifications
CPU Unit
Vision Sensor
General
Specifications
Example: Calculating Total Current and Power Consumption
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Max. current supplied
Power Supply
Units Current
Consumption
Power
Supply
Units
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Note: 1. For CPU Racks, include the CPU Unit current and power consumption in the calculations. When expanding, also include the current and
power consumption of the I/O Control Unit in the calculations.
2. For Expansion Racks, include the I/O Interface Unit current and power consumption in the calculations.
Unit Configuration
Condition 2: Power Requirements
For each Rack, the upper limits are determined for the current and power that can be provided to the mounted Units. Design the system so that
the total current consumption for all the mounted Units does not exceed the maximum total power or the maximum current supplied for the voltage
groups shown in the following tables.
The maximum current and total power supplied for CPU Racks and Expansion Racks according to the Power Supply Unit model are shown below.
Features
Condition 1: Current Requirements
There are two voltage groups for internal power consumption: 5 V and 24 V.
Current consumption at 5 V (internal logic power supply)
Current consumption at 24 V (relay driving power supply)
14.2 W + 2.3 W = 16.5 W (≤ 30 W)
CPU Rack and Expansion Rack current consumption and width can be displayed by selecting CPU/Expansion Racks from the Configurations
and Setup in the Multiview Explorer. If the capacity of the Power Supply Unit is exceeded, an error icon is displayed in the power supply unit of a
corresponding rack. For details, refer to Symac Studio Version 1 Operation manual (W504).
11
Ordering Information
Using the Sysmac Studio to Display Current Consumption and Width
Components
and Functions
Note: For details on Unit current consumption, refer to Ordering Information.
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NJ-Series
Dimensions
Note: Units are in mm unless specified otherwise.
Product Dimensions
z Dimensions
Example Rack Widths using NJ-PA3001
Power Supply Unit (AC)
No. of Units mounted
with 31-mm width
90
W
z
90
1
205.7
2
236.7
3
267.7
4
298.7
5
329.7
6
360.7
7
391.7
8
422.7
9
453.7
10
484.7
Power Supply Units, CPU Units, and End Covers
Unit/product
Power Supply Unit
Model
Width
NJ-PA3001
70
NJ-PD3001
70
CPU Unit
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90
End Cover
CJ1W-TER01
14.7
z Power Supply Units
z CPU Units
z End Cover
[email protected]@@@
(included with CPU Units)
2.7
90
90
90
70
W=70 :NJ-PA3001
:NJ-PD3001
12
Rack width (mm)
With NJ501-1500
90
2.7
90
90
14.7
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Units of Width 20 mm
Unit/product
Model
I/O Control Unit
CJ1W-ID231/232/233
CJ1W-OD231/232/233/234
20
z I/O Control Unit
Machine Automation Controller
CJ1W-B7A22
CJ1W-B7A14
CJ1W-B7A04
B7A Interface Unit
z 32-Point I/O Units ([email protected]/[email protected])
Fujitsu connector
(140)
2.7
Width
CJ1W-IC101
32-point Basic I/O Units
2.7
68
90
MIL connector
(112.5)
90
65
69.3
20
2.7
65
66.5
20
65
83.6
Automation Software
2.7
z
System Configuration
z
NJ-Series
Units of Width 31 mm
Unit
Model
8/16-point Basic I/O Units
CJ1W-ID201
CJ1W-ID211/212
CJ1W-IA111/201
[email protected]
CJ1W-OD211/212/213
CJ1W-OC201/211
CJ1W-OA201
2.7
[email protected]@@
High-speed Counter Unit
CJ1W-CT021
ID Sensor Units
CJ1W-V680C11
CJ1W-V680C12
Serial Communications
Units
CJ1W-SCU22
CJ1W-SCU32
CJ1W-SCU42
DeviceNet Unit
CJ1W-DRM21
31
65
89
z 64-point Basic I/O Units and 32-point Basic I/O Units ([email protected])
2.7
Fujitsu connector
MIL connector
31
90
2.7
31
65
66.5
(112.5)
65
83.6
z Special I/O Units and CPU Bus Units
2.7
90
2.7
31
Version Information
Remote I/O Terminals
Function
Specifications
Ordering Information
Components
and Functions
13
Vision Sensor
Temperature Control Units
2.7
Multi-function Compact Inverter
CJ1W-PH41U
CJ1W-AD04U
CJ1W-PDC15
65
69.3
Performance
Specifications
Process Input Units
31
General
Specifications
Analog I/O Units
[email protected]@@ (-V1)
[email protected]@@ (@)
CJ1W-MAD42
90
Dimensions
CJ1W-IDP01
2.7
Power Supply
Units Current
Consumption
Quick-response Input Unit
68
90
CJ1W-ID261
CJ1W-OD261
CJ1W-MD261
CJ1W-ID262
CJ1W-OD262/263
CJ1W-MD263
CJ1W-MD563
z 8/6-point Basic I/O Units, and
High-speed Input Unit
(140)
2.7
CJ1W-MD231
CJ1W-MD232/233
64-point Basic I/O Units
z I/O Interface Unit
Unit Configuration
32-point Basic I/O Units
Width
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
CJ1W-II101
Features
I/O Interface Unit
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Machine Automation Controller
NJ-Series
Mounting Dimensions
Mounting Height
A
27.5
35
90
With a height of 90.0 mm, the CPU Unit is the highest component in
an NJ-Series CPU Rack. It is also higher than any Units on an
Expansion Rack. When a cable is connected (such as a connecting
cable to Support Software), however, even greater height is required.
Allow sufficient depth in the control panel containing the Controller.
Approx. 100 to 150mm
27.5
(Units:mm)
DIN Track model number
A
PFP-100N2
16 mm
PFP-100N
7.3 mm
FPP-50N
7.3 mm
to 90mm
Note: Consider the following points when expanding the
configuration:
The total length of I/O Connecting Cable must not exceed 12 m.
I/O Connecting Cables require the bending radius indicated
below.
Expansion Cable
R
R ≥ 69 mm
Note: Outer diameter of cable: 8.6 mm.
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Machine Automation Controller
NJ-Series
General Specifications
NJ501-1500
Less than 100 Ω
CPU Unit Dimensions
(H × D × W)
Weight
90 mm × 90 mm × 90 mm
550 g (including End Cover)
Current Consumption
5 VDC, 1.90 A (including SD Memory Card and End Cover)
Ambient
Operating
Humidity
10% to 90% (with no condensation)
Atmosphere
Must be free from corrosive gases.
Ambient
Storage
Temperature
-20 to +75°C (excluding battery)
Altitude
2,000 m or less
Pollution Degree
2 or less: Conforms to JIS B3502 and IEC 61131-2.
Noise Immunity
2 kV on power supply line (Conforms to IEC 61000-4-4.)
Overvoltage
Category
Category II: Conforms to JIS B3502 and IEC 61131-2.
EMC Immunity
Level
Zone B
Shock
Resistance
Conforms to IEC60068-2-27.
147 m/s2, 3 times in X, Y, and Z directions (100 m/s2 for Relay Output Units)
Life
5 years at 25°C
Model
CJ1W-BAT01
Applicable Standards
Conforms to cULus, NK, LR and EC Directives.
Dimensions
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Power Supply
Units Current
Consumption
Performance
Specifications
Vision Sensor
General
Specifications
Version Information
Remote I/O Terminals
Function
Specifications
Ordering Information
Components
and Functions
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AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Conforms to IEC60068-2-6.
5 to 8.4 Hz with 3.5-mm amplitude, 8.4 to 150 Hz
Acceleration of 9.8 m/s2 for 100 min in X, Y, and Z directions (10 sweeps of 10 min each = 100 min total)
Unit Configuration
Vibration
Resistance
Automation Software
0 to 55°C
Machine Automation Controller
Ambient
Operating
Temperature
Features
Battery
NJ501-1400
Mounted in a panel
Grounding
Operation
Environment
NJ501-1300
System Configuration
Item
Enclosure
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Machine Automation Controller
NJ-Series
Performance Specifications
Item
Processing
Speed
Programming
Memory for
CJ-Series
Units (Can be
specified with
AT
specifications
for variables.)
Unit
configuration
2 MB
Variables without Retain
attribute (Does not include CIO
and Work Area memory for
CJ-Series Units.)
4 MB
CIO Area
6,144 words (CIO 0 to CIO 6143)
Work Area
512 words (W0 to W511)
Holding Area
1,536 words (H0 to H1535)
DM Area
32,768 words (D0 to D32767)
EM Area
32,768 words × 25 banks (E0_00000 to E18_32767)
Maximum number of connectable Units
Maximum per CPU Rack or Expansion Rack: 10 Units Entire Controller: 40 Units
Number of Expansion Racks
3 max.
I/O capacity
2,560 points max. plus EtherCAT slave I/O capacity
Power Supply to CPU Rack and
Expansion Racks
[email protected] Power Supply Unit
Recommended Unit Version
Recommended encoder input terminals
Recommended Unit Version
OMRON G5-series Servo Drives with Built-in EtherCAT Communications
Version 2.1 or higher
OMRON GX-Series GX-EC0211/EC0241 EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
Version 1.1 or higher
Control method
Control commands using EtherCAT communications
Control modes
Position control (Cyclic Synchronous Position Control Mode)
Velocity control (Cyclic Synchronous Velocity Control Mode)
Torque control (Cyclic Synchronous Torque Control Mode)
Number of
controlled
axes
Maximum number of controlled
axes
16 axes
32 axes
64 axes
Single-axis control
16 axes max.
32 axes max.
64 axes max.
Linear interpolation control
4 axes max. per axes group
Circular interpolation control
2 axes per axes group
Number of axes groups
32 axes groups max.
Display unit
Pulses, millimeters, micrometers, nanometers, inches, or degrees
Electronic gear ratio
Command pulses per motor rotation divided by work travel distance per motor rotation
Positions that can be managed
Command positions and actual positions
Position command values
Negative, positive, or 0 long real data (LREAL) (command units *)
* Positions can be set within a 40-bit signed integer range when converted to pulses.
Velocity command values
Negative, positive, or 0 long real data (LREAL) (command units/s)
Acceleration command values and deceleration
command values
Positive or 0 long real data (LREAL) (command units/s2)
Jerk command values
Positive or 0 long real data (LREAL) (command units/s3)
Override factors
0.00% or 0.01% to 500.00%
Axis types
Servo axes, virtual servo axes, encoder axes, and virtual encoder axes
Motion control period
Cams
Communications
Built-in
EtherNet/IP
port
Same as process data communications period of EtherCAT communications
Number of cam data points
65,535 points max. per cam table
1,048,560 points max. for all cam tables
Number of cam tables
640 tables max.
Supported services
Sysmac Studio connection
Peripheral USB
Physical layer
port
Transmission distance
USB 2.0-compliant B-type connector
5 m max.
Communications protocol
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, and BOOTP client
Supported services
Sysmac Studio connection, tag data link, CIP message communications, socket service,
FTP server, automatic clock adjustment (NTP client), SNMP agent, DNS client.
Physical layer
10Base-T or 100Base-TX
Media access method
CSMA/CD
Modulation
Baseband
Topology
Star
Baud rate
100 Mbps (100Base-TX)
Transmission media
Straight or cross STP (shielded twisted-pair) cable of category 5 (100BASE-TX) or higher
Transmission
distance
100 m max. (distance between ethernet switch and node)
Number of cascade connections There are no restrictions if an ethernet switch is used.
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NJ501-1500
20 MB (execution objects and variable tables (including variables))
Variables with Retain
attribute (Does not include
Holding, DM, and EM Area
memory for CJ-Series Units.)
Controllable Servo Drives
Motion
control
NJ501-1400
Math Instructions (LREAL) : 2.6 ns min.
Program capacity
Memory
capacity for
variables
NJ501-1300
Ladder Diagram Instructions (LD · AND · OR · OUT) : 1.9 ns min.
Execution Time
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Machine Automation Controller
NJ501-1300
CIP service: Tag data links
(cyclic communications)
NJ501-1400
System Configuration
Item
NJ-Series
NJ501-1500
−
32
Packet
interval
10 to 10,000 ms in 1.0 ms increments
Can be set for each connection. (Data will be refreshed at the set interval, regardless of
the number of nodes.)
Machine Automation Controller
Number of
connections
Permissible
communications 1,000 pps *1 including heartbeat
band
Maximum
data
size per
connection
600 bytes (Note: Data concurrency is maintained within each connection.)
Number of
registrable
tag sets
32 (1 connection = 1 tag set)
Maximum tag
set size
600 bytes (Two bytes are used if Controller status is included in the tag set.)
Changing tag
data link
parameters
when
Controller is
in RUN mode
Supported. *2
Multi-cast
packet
\filter *3
Supported.
CIP message service: Explicit
messages
UCMM (nonconnection
type)
Number of clients that can communicate at one time: 32 max.
Number of servers that can communicate at one time: 32 max.
CIP routing
Supported.
Units through which CIP routing is supported: CS1W-EIP21, CJ1W-EIP21,
[email protected]@-EIP, and [email protected]
100Base-TX
Modulation
Baseband
Baud rate
100 Mbps (100Base-TX)
Duplex mode
Automatic
Topology
Line, daisy chain, and branching
Transmission media
Twisted-pair cable of category 5 or higher (double-shielded straight cable with aluminum
tape and braiding)
Transmission distance
Distance between nodes: 100 m max.
Maximum number of slaves
192
Maximum process data size
Inputs: 5,736 bytes
Outputs: 5,736 bytes
However, the maximum number of process data frames is 4.
*1 Means packets per second, i.e., the number of communications packets that can be sent or received in one second.
*2 However, if port parameters are changed, the relevant EtherNet/IP port is restarted.
Communications for the nodes that were communicating with that port will time out, and then they will be automatically restored.
*3 An IGMP client is mounted for the EtherNet/IP port. If an ethernet switch that supports IGMP snooping is used, filtering of unnecessary multicast
packets is performed.
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Ordering Information
DC (distributed clock)
Physical layer
Remote I/O Terminals
CoE (PDO communications and SDO communications)
Synchronized communications
Components
and Functions
Special protocol for EtherCAT
Supported services
Version Information
Class B (Feature Pack Motion Control compliant)
Communications protocol
Function
Specifications
IEC 61158, Type 12
EtherCAT master specifications
Performance
Specifications
Communications standard
Vision Sensor
32 (clients plus server)
General
Specifications
Class 3
(number of
connections)
Dimensions
Built-in
EtherCAT port
−
Multi-function Compact Inverter
19,200 bytes
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Maximum
link data size
per node
(total size for
all tags)
Power Supply
Units Current
Consumption
8 (Seven tags if Controller status is included in the tag set.)
Unit Configuration
Network variables (CIO, Work, Holding, DM, and EM Areas)
Number of
tags per
connection
(i.e., per tag
set)
Features
Communications
32
Tag types
Automation Software
Built-in
EtherNet/IP
port
Number of
tag sets
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NJ-Series
Item
Built-in
Communications EtherNet/IP
port
Internal clock
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NJ501-1300
Maximum process data size per
slave
Inputs: 1,434 bytes
Outputs: 1,434 bytes
Communications period
500, 1,000, 2,000, or 4,000 μs
Minimum communications
period
500 μs
Maximum communications
period
4,000 μs
Sync jitter
1 μs max.
NJ501-1400
At ambient temperature of 55°C: -3.5 to +0.5 min error per month
At ambient temperature of 25°C: -1.5 to +1.5 min error per month
At ambient temperature of 0°C: -3 to +1 min error per month
NJ501-1500
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Machine Automation Controller
NJ-Series
Function Specifications
NJ501
I/O refresh and the user program are executed in units that are called tasks. Tasks are
executed periodically.
• Primary periodic task: This task has the highest priority. It is always executed in the
specified period. There is only one primary periodic task.
• Periodic tasks: Periodic tasks are executed during the unused time between executions
of the primary periodic task. There can be three periodic tasks.
Function
I/O refresh settings
EtherCAT Slaves:
Axes assigned to Servo Drives and encoder input slaves:
Assigned to the primary periodic task.
Other Slaves: Assigned as required to the primary periodic task or a priority-16
periodic task.
CJ-Series Units:
I/O refreshing is set as required for each Unit in the primary periodic task or a priority16 periodic task.
Monitoring
Task execution times
The average, maximum, and minimum execution times are displayed for each task.
POUs
(program
organization
units)
Programs
POUs that are assigned to tasks.
Function blocks
POUs that are used to create objects with specific conditions.
Functions
POUs that are used to create an object that determine unique outputs for the inputs, such
as for data processing.
Types
Ladder diagrams (see note) and structured text (ST)
Note: Inline ST is supported. (Inline ST is ST that is written as an element in a ladder
diagram.)
Tasks
Setup
Variables for which only some of the attributes can be changed.
System-defined
variables
Variables that are defined by the system. None of the attributes of these variables can be
changed.
Initial values
Whether to set initial values can be selected when the user program is transferred.
Function
An array groups data with the same attributes so that it can be handled as a single unit of data.
Number of dimensions: 3 max.
Maximum number of elements: 65,535
Supported. (Execution of multiple instances is possible by using a variable to indirectly
Array
specify an array element number.)
specifications
for FB instances
Protective
functions
Programming
Function
A derivative data type that enables access to the same data with different data types.
Number of members: 4 max.
Member data
types
BOOL, BYTE, WORD, DWORD, or LWORD
Enumerations Function
Data type
attributes
A derivative data type that uses text strings called enumerators to express variable values.
Range
specifications
You can specify a range for a data type in advance. The data type can take only values
that are in the specified range. You can specify a range for any integer basic data type.
Program checks
Programming is checked offline with the Sysmac Studio and when instructions are
executed.
Programming support
Rung numbers (ladder diagrams) and line numbers (ST) are displayed.
Guidance is provided when inputting instructions. (Item names and data types are
displayed for input variables.)
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Ordering Information
An array is a group of elements with the same data type. You specify the number
(subscript) of the element from the first element to specify the element. You can specify
arrays for both basic data types and derivative data types.
Components
and Functions
Array
specifications
Remote I/O Terminals
Unions
Vision Sensor
Basic data types, structures, enumerations, unions, or array variables
Version Information
Member data
types
Function
Specifications
Function
Structures
Data types
Structures, unions, and enumerations
A derivative data type that groups together data with different variable types.
Number of members: 2,048 max.
Nesting levels: 8 max.
Performance
Specifications
Derivative data types
BOOL,
BYTE, WORD, DWORD, LWORD,
INT, SINT, DINT, LINT
UINT, USINT, UDINT, ULINT,
REAL, LREAL,
TIME (durations), DATE, TIME_OF_DAY, DATE_AND_TIME, and STRING (text strings)
General
Specifications
Basic data types
During programming and program execution, exceeding the number of elements that was
defined for the array is detected.
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Variables with
Retain attribute
Dimensions
Array
variables
Initial values are set when the user program is transferred.
Power Supply
Units Current
Consumption
Array
attribute
Network variables (This is set as an attribute of the variable.)
Variables
without Retain
attribute
Unit Configuration
External access of variables
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Variables
Variables that are defined by the user.
Semi-userdefined
variables
Features
Type of
variables
User-defined
variables
Automation Software
The execution interval and the percentage of the total user program execution time are
monitored for the system services (processes that are executed by the CPU Unit separate
from task execution).
Machine Automation Controller
System service monitoring
settings
Programming
languages
System Configuration
Item
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Item
Single-axis
position
control
Single-axis
velocity
control
Single-axis
torque control
Single-axis
synchronized
control
Motion control
functions *4
NJ501
Absolute
positioning
Positioning is performed for a target position that is specified with an absolute value.
Relative
positioning
Positioning is performed for a specified position from the command current position.
Interrupt
feeding
Positioning is performed for a specified travel distance from the position where an interrupt
input was received from an external input.
Velocity control
Velocity control is performed in Position Control Mode.
Cyclic
synchronous
velocity control
A velocity command is output each control period in Velocity Control Mode.
Torque control
The torque of the motor is controlled.
Starting cam
operation
A cam motion is performed using the specified cam table.
Ending cam
operation
The cam motion for the axis that is specified with the input parameter is ended.
Starting gear
operation
A gear motion with the specified gear ratio is performed between a master axis and slave
axis.
Positioning gear A gear motion with the specified gear ratio and sync position is performed between a
operation
master axis and slave axis.
Ending gear
operation
The specified gear motion or positioning gear motion is ended.
Synchronous
positioning
Positioning is performed in sync with a specified master axis.
Master axis
phase shift
The phase of a master axis in synchronized control is shifted.
Combining axes The command positions of two axes are added or subtracted and the result is output as
the command position.
Single-axis
Single-axis
manual
operation
Auxiliary
functions for
single-axis
control
Powering the
Servo
The Servo in the Servo Drive is turned ON to enable axis motion.
Jogging
An axis is jogged at a specified target velocity.
Resetting axis
errors
Axes errors are cleared.
Homing
A motor is operated and the limit signals, home proximity signal, and home signal are used
to define home.
High-speed
homing
Positioning is performed for an absolute target position of 0 to return to home.
Stopping
An axis is decelerated to a stop.
Immediately
stopping
An axis is stopped immediately.
Setting override
factors
The target velocity of an axis can be changed.
Changing the
current position
The command current position or actual current position of an axis can be changed to any
position.
Enabling
external latches
The position of an axis is recorded when a trigger occurs.
Disabling
external latches
The current latch is disabled.
Zone
monitoring
You can monitor the command position or actual position of an axis to see when it is within
a specified range (zone).
Monitoring axis
following error
You can monitor whether the difference between the command positions or actual
positions of two specified axes exceeds a threshold value.
Resetting the
following error
The error between the command current position and actual current position is set to 0.
Torque limit
The torque control function of the Servo Drive can be enabled or disabled and the torque
limits can be set to control the output torque.
*4. When connected to an OMRON G5-Series Servo Drive with built-in EtherCAT communications.
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Multi-axes
coordinated
control
Auxiliary
functions for
multi-axes
coordinated
control
Parameters
Linear interpolation is performed to a specified relative position.
Circular 2D
interpolation
Circular interpolation is performed for two axes.
Resetting axes
group errors
Axes group errors and axis errors are cleared.
Enabling axes
groups
Motion of an axes group is enabled.
Disabling axes
groups
Motion of an axes group is disabled.
Stopping axes
groups
All axes in interpolated motion are decelerated to a stop.
Immediately
stopping axes
groups
All axes in interpolated motion are stopped immediately.
Setting axes
group override
factors
The blended target velocity is changed during interpolated motion.
Setting cam
table properties
The end point index of the cam table that is specified in the input parameter is changed.
Saving cam
tables
The cam table that is specified with the input parameter is saved in non-volatile memory in
the CPU Unit.
Writing MC
settings
Some of the axis parameters or axes group parameters are overwritten temporarily.
You can select either Linear Mode (finite length) or Rotary Mode (infinite length).
Unit conversions
Motion control
functions *5
You can change the acceleration or deceleration rate even during acceleration or
deceleration.
You can set an in-position range and in-position check time to confirm when positioning is
completed.
Stop Mode
You can set the Stop Mode to determine when the immediate stop input signal or limit
input signal is valid.
Re-execution of motion
control instructions
You can change the input variables for a motion control instruction during execution and
execute the instruction again to change the target values during operation.
Multi-execution of motion
control instructions (Buffer
Mode)
You can specify when to start execution and how to connect the velocities between
operations when another motion control instruction is executed during operation.
The warning value is monitored for each axis and each axes group.
Absolute encoder support
*5. When connected to an OMRON G5-series Servo Drive with built-in EtherCAT communications.
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Ordering Information
The following Servo Drive input signals are used.
Home signal, home proximity signal, positive limit signal, negative limit signal,
immediate
stop signal, and interrupt input signal
Components
and Functions
External interface signals
You can use an OMRON G5-Series Servomotor with an Absolute Encoder to eliminate the
need to perform homing at startup.
Remote I/O Terminals
Velocity,
acceleration
rate,
deceleration
rate, torque,
interpolation
velocity,
interpolation
acceleration
rate, and
interpolation
deceleration
rate
Vision Sensor
The error between the command current value and the actual current value is monitored
for each axis.
Version Information
Following error
Function
Specifications
Software limits are set for each axis.
Performance
Specifications
Monitoring
functions
Software limits
General
Specifications
Continuous axes group motions You can specify the Transition Mode for multi-execution of instructions for axes group
(Transition Mode)
operation.
Dimensions
In-position check
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Changing the
acceleration
and
deceleration
rates
Power Supply
Units Current
Consumption
Auxiliary
functions
Jerk is set for the acceleration/deceleration curve for an axis motion or axes group motion.
Unit Configuration
Acceleration/
deceleration
control
You can set the display unit for each axis according to the machine.
Automatic
acceleration/
deceleration
control
Features
Count modes
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Linear interpolation is performed to a specified absolute position.
Relative linear
interpolation
Automation Software
Common
items
Cams
NJ501
Absolute linear
interpolation
Machine Automation Controller
Axes groups
System Configuration
Item
NJ-Series
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Item
NJ501
Use one of the following procedures.
• Creating the Unit configuration offline with Sysmac Studio
• Creating the Unit configuration online by reading the actual Unit configuration with the
Sysmac Studio
I/O allocations
Chattering and
noise
Input response times are set.
countermeasures
CJ-Series
Units
Basic I/O
Units
Unit (I/O)
management
Special Units
EtherCAT
slaves
Load
shortcircuit
protection
and I/O
disconnection
detection
Alarm information for Basic I/O Units is read.
Restarting
Units can be restarted from instructions, system-defined variables, and the Sysmac
Studio.
Special Unit
Setup
Special Units can be set up with Unit settings from the Sysmac Studio or by setting device
variables.
Basic I/O
Chattering and
noise
Input response times are set.
countermeasures
Special I/O
Restarting
Restarting is possible from the Sysmac Studio.
A port for communications with various kinds of Support Software running on a personal
computer.
Peripheral USB port
Tag data links
Programless cyclic data exchange is performed with the devices on the EtherNet/IP
network.
Message
CIP commands are sent to or received from the devices on the EtherNet/IP network.
communications
EtherNet/IP
port
Socket services
CIP
communications
FTP server
service
Data is sent to and received from any node on Ethernet using the UDP or TCP protocol.
Socket communications instructions are used.
Files can be read from or written to the SD Memory Card in the CPU Unit from computers
at other Ethernet nodes.
Clock information is read from the NTP server at the specified time or at a specified
Automatic clock
interval after the power supply to the CPU Unit is turned ON. The internal clock time in the
adjustment
CPU Unit is updated with the read time.
SNMP agent
Communications
Process data communications
Control information is exchanged in cyclic communications between the EtherCAT master
and slaves.
SDO communications
Control information is exchanged in noncyclic event communications between the
EtherCAT master and slaves.
The following application protocol is supported.
CoE (CANopen over EtherCAT)
Network scanning
Information is read from connected slave devices and the slave configuration is
automatically generated.
DC (distributed clock)
Time is synchronized by sharing the EtherCAT system time between all EtherCAT devices
(including the master). To implement the distributed clock, propagation delay
compensation,
drift compensation, and offset compensation are performed.
EtherCAT port
Communications instructions
Operation
management
System
management
functions
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Built-in EtherNet/IP port internal status information is provided to network management
software that uses an SNMP manager.
The following instructions are supported.
CIP communications instructions, socket communications instructions, SDO
message instructions, no-protocol communications instructions, and protocol macro
instructions
RUN output contacts
The output on the [email protected] Power Supply Unit turns ON in RUN mode.
Log
management
The following events are recorded.
• Events for the operation of the NJ-Series system itself
• Communications events
• Security events
• Events for the operation of user-designed device applications
Event logs
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System Configuration
Item
NJ-Series
NJ501
Programs, function blocks, functions, and global variables can be changed online.
Individual POUs can be changed by more than one worker working across a network.
Online editing
The user can force specific variables to TRUE or FALSE.
Device variables for CJ-Series Units and variables with AT specifications: 64
variables max.
Device variables for EtherCAT slaves: 64 variables max.
Forced refreshing
Motion Control Test Mode
Motor operation and wiring can be checked from the Sysmac Studio.
Synchronization
The project file in the Sysmac Studio and the data in the CPU Unit can be made the same
when online.
Data tracing
The specified variables are sampled and stored in trace memory when the specified
conditions are met. No programming is required.
Maximum number of records: 10,000 records
Maximum number of sampled variables: 192 variables
Debugging
Sampling is performed for the specified task period, at the specified time, or when a
sampling instruction is executed.
Starting tracing
When specified from the Sysmac Studio or automatically at startup
Triggered traces
Trigger conditions are set to record data before and after an event.
Trigger conditions
When BOOL variable changes to TRUE or FALSE Comparison of non-BOOL variable with
a constant
Comparison Method: Equals (=), Greater than (>), Greater than or equals (≥),
Less Than (<), Less than or equals (≤), Not equal (≠)
Delay
Trigger position setting: The percentage of sampling before and after the trigger condition
is set. (Example: 20%/80%)
• Major faults: Internal bus check errors, main memory check errors, etc.
• Partial faults: Motion control period exceeded, slave initialization error, etc.
• Minor faults: Battery-backed-up memory check errors, clock oscillation stopped, etc.
User-defined errors
User-defined errors are registered in advance and then generated by executing an
instruction.
Error registration, error resetting, error information registration
User-defined error messages
User-defined error messages can be specified in up to nine languages, including
Japanese and English.
Power OFF Detection Time
AC power supply: 30 to 45 ms
DC power supply: 22 to 25 ms
CPU Unit names and serial IDs
When going online to a CPU Unit from the Sysmac Studio, the CPU Unit name in the
project is compared to the name of the CPU Unit being connected to.
CPU Unit write-protection
Prevents writing data to the CPU Unit from
the Sysmac Studio.
Protection of all project files
Prohibits opening or copying project files on
the Sysmac Studio without a password.
Online operations are restricted by operation rights to prevent damage to equipment or
injuries that may be caused by operating mistakes.
Hardware identification (user
program execution ID)
The user program cannot be executed without entering a user program execution ID from
the Sysmac Studio for the specific hardware (CPU Unit).
Version Information
Verification of operation
authority
Ordering Information
Components
and Functions
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Remote I/O Terminals
Prevents reading data in the CPU Unit from
the Sysmac Studio.
Function
Specifications
Protection for
offline
operations from
the Sysmac
Studio
User program transfers with no restoration
information
Performance
Specifications
Protection
Protection for
online
operations from
the Sysmac
Studio
Vision Sensor
Controller errors
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Individual identifiers, lot numbers, and other information is accessed from the Sysmac
Studio.
General
Specifications
Production information
Dimensions
Protecting
software
assets and
preventing
operating
mistakes
Connection is possible through the peripheral USB port to other nodes that are connected
to the built-in EtherNet/IP port.
Power Supply
Units Current
Consumption
Self-diagnosis
Power supply
management
Security
Peripheral USB port or built-in EtherNet/IP port
Sysmac Studio
Remote programming and
connection
monitoring
ID information
Reliability
functions
Built-in EtherNet/IP port
Connected port
Unit Configuration
Maintenance
Connected port
Features
The operation of the CPU Unit is emulated in the Sysmac Studio.
The following can be emulated: user program execution (including partial emulation),
debugging (including step execution and breakpoints), monitoring, tracing, estimating
execution times, and Servo Drive signals.
Simulation
Connections
to HMIs
Data tracing is executed continuously and the trace data is collected by the Sysmac
Studio.
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Continuous tracing
Automation Software
Timing of sampling
Machine Automation Controller
Note: Forced refreshing values are overwritten by program execution.
Refreshing of external outputs uses the forced refreshing values, not the
program values.
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NJ-Series
Item
Storage type
SD Memory
Card functions
Application
SD Memory Card operation
instructions
You can access SD Memory Cards from instructions in the user program.
FTP server
You can use FTP commands from an FTP client on an intranet to read and write large files
in the SD Memory Card through EtherNet/IP.
File operations from the Sysmac You can perform file operations for Controller files in the SD Memory Card and read/write
Studio
standard document files on the computer.
SD Memory Card life expiration
detection
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NJ501
SD Memory Card (2 GB max.)
Notification of the expiration of the life of the SD Memory Card is provided in a
systemdefined variable and event log.
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NJ-Series
Version Information
System Configuration
Unit Versions
Units
NJ501 CPU Units
Models
Unit Version
[email protected]@@@
Unit version 1.00
Unit Versions and Programming Devices
The following tables show the relationship between unit versions and CX-Programmer versions.
Machine Automation Controller
Unit Versions and Programming Devices
Required Programming Device
CPU Unit
Functions
Sysmac Studio
Ver.1.00
[email protected]@@@
Unit version 1.00
Functions for unit version 1.00
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Components and Functions
Automation Software
zNJ501
CPU Unit
Peripheral (USB) port
CPU Unit operation indicators
SD Memory Card connector
Features
Built-in EtherNet/IP port
DIP switch
(inside the battery
compartment)
Built-in EtherCAT port operation indicators
NJ-PD3001
POWER Indicator
Dimensions
POWER Indicator
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Supply Unit
NJ-PA3001
Power Supply
Units Current
Consumption
zPower
Unit Configuration
Built-in EtherCAT port
Battery Compartment
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Built-in EtherNet/IP port operation
indicators
+ (DC input)
AC input
– (DC input)
GR
RUN output
RUN output
Version Information
Remote I/O Terminals
Function
Specifications
Ordering Information
Components
and Functions
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Vision Sensor
GR
Unit connector
Performance
Specifications
LG
General
Specifications
Unit connector
LG
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System Configuration
Sysmac Studio
Sysmac Studio for machine creators
Machine Automation Controller
The Sysmac Studio provides an integrated development environment to
set up, program, debug, and maintain NJ-series Controllers and other
Machine Automation Controllers, as well as EtherCAT slaves.
Automation Software
Features
System
Requirements
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Features
• One software for motion, drives and vision
• Fully compliant with open standard IEC 61131-3
• Supports Ladder, Structured Text and Function Block programming with a rich instruction set
• CAM editor for easy programming of complex motion profiles
• One simulation tool for sequence and motion in a 3D environment
• Advanced security function with 32 digit security password.
Applicable Models
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Function
Specifications
Vision Sensor
Remote I/O Terminals
Ordering Information
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System Requirements
Item
Requirement
Operating system (OS)
(See note 1, 2.)
Japanese or English
system
Windows XP (Service Pack 3 or higher, 32-bit version)/Vista(32-bit version)/7(32-bit/64-bit version)
CPU
Windows computers with Celeron 540 (1.8 GHz) or faster CPU.
Core i5 M520 (2.4 GHz) or equivalent or faster recommended
Main memory
(See note 3.)
2GB min.
Recommended video
memory / video card for
using 3D motion trace
Video memory: 512 MB min.
Video card: Either of the following video cards:
• NVIDA£ GeForce£ 200 Series or higher
• ATI RadeonHD5000 Series or higher
Hard disk
At least 1.6 GB of available space
Display
XGA 1,024 x 768, 16 million colors
WXGA 1,280 x 800 min. recommended
Disk drive
DVD-ROM drive
Communications ports
USB port corresponded to USB 2.0, or Ethernet port (see note 4.)
Note: 1. Sysmac Studio Operating System Precaution: System requirements and hard disk space may vary with the system environment.
2. The following restrictions apply when Sysmac Studio is used with Microsoft Windows Vista or Windows 7
1) Some Help files cannot be accessed.
The Help files can be accessed if the Help program distributed by Microsoft for Windows (WinHlp32.exe) is installed. Refer to the
Microsoft homepage listed below or contact Microsoft for details on installing the file. (The download page is automatically displayed
if the Help files are opened while the user is connected to the Internet.)
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607/en-us
2) The following restrictions apply to some application operations.
Application
Restriction
CX-Designer
If a new Windows Vista or Windows 7 font (e.g., Meiryo) is used in a project, the font size on labels
may be bigger and protrude from the components if the project is transferred from CX-Designer
running on a Windows XP or earlier OS to the NS/NSJ.
CX-Integrator/Network Configurator
Although you can install CPS files, EDS files, Expansion Modules, and Interface Modules, the virtual
store function of Windows Vista or Windows 7 imposes the following restrictions on the use of the
software after installation. These restrictions will not exist if application data is installed using Run as
Administrator.
• If another user logs in, the applications data will need to be installed again.
• The CPS files will not be automatically updated.
3. The amount of memory required varies with the Support Software used in Sysmac Studio for the following Support Software. Refer to
user documentation for individual Support Software for details.
CX-Designer, CX-Protocol, and Network Configurator
4. Refer to the hardware manual for your Controller for hardware connection methods and cables to connect the computer and Controller.
ATI Radeon™ is a trademark of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. in USA.
NVIDIA and the NVIDIA logo, GeForce, and GeForce logo, are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of NVIDIA Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.
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Function Specifications
EtherCAT Configuration and Setup
System Configuration
Category
Function
You create a configuration in the Sysmac Studio of the EtherCAT slaves connected to
the built-in EtherCAT port of the Controller, and setup the EtherCAT masters and slaves
in that configuration.
You can set up devices by dragging slaves from the device list displayed in the Toolbox
Pane to the locations where you want to connect them.
Setting master parameters
You set the common parameters of the EtherCAT network (e.g., the fail-soft operation
and wait time for slave startup settings).
Setting slave parameters
You set the standard slave parameters and assign PDOs (process data objects).
Comparing and merging
network configuration
information
The EtherCAT network configuration information in the NJ-series CPU Unit and in the
Sysmac Studio are compared and the differences are displayed.
Transferring the network
configuration information
The EtherCAT network configuration information is transferred to the NJ-series CPU
Unit. Or, the EtherCAT network configuration information in the NJ-series CPU Unit is
transferred to the Sysmac Studio and displayed in the EtherCAT Editor.
Importing ESI files
ESI (EtherCAT slave information) files are imported.
Machine Automation Controller
Registering slaves
An Expansion Rack (Power Supply Unit, I/O Interface Unit, and End Cover) is added.
Switching Unit displays
The model number, unit number, and slot number are displayed.
Setting Special Units
The input time constants are set for Input Units and parameters are set for Special Units.
Displaying Rack widths,
current consumption, and
power consumption
The Rack widths, current consumption, and power consumption are displayed based on
the Unit configuration information.
Comparing the CPU/
Expansion Rack configuration
information with the physical
configuration
When online, you can compare the configuration information in the project with the
physical configuration. You can also select the missing Units and add them.
Transferring the CPU/
Expansion Rack configuration
information
The Unit configuration information is transferred to the CPU Unit. The synchronize
function is used.
Printing the Unit configuration
information
The Unit configuration information is printed.
The Startup Mode, SD Memory Card diagnosis, Write Protection at Startup, and other
settings are made.
Transferring Operation
Settings
Use the synchronize operation to transfer the operation settings to the Controller.
Built-in EtherNet/IP Port
Settings
These settings are made to perform communications using the built-in EtherNet/IP port
of the Controller.
Transferring Built-in EtherNet/
IP Port Settings
Use the synchronize operation to transfer the Built-in EtherNet/IP Port Settings to the
Controller.
Motion Control Setup
Axes are added to the project.
Axis Setting Table
The Axis Setting Table is a table of all registered axis parameters. You can edit any axis
parameters here just as you can on the Axis Settings Tab Page.
You can set up axes to perform interpolated motions as an axes group.
Axes Group Basic Settings
Set the axes group number, whether to use the axes group, the composition, and the
composition axes.
Operation Settings
Set the interpolated velocity, the maximum interpolated acceleration and deceleration,
and the interpolated operation settings.
Remote I/O Terminals
Cam Data Settings
Vision Sensor
The Motion Control Setup is used to create the axes to use in motion control
instructions, assign those axes to Servo Drives and encoders, and set axis parameters.
Axis Setting
Axes Group Setup
Applicable Models
Operation Settings
The curve that defines the relationship between the phases and displacements of the
cam data is called the cam profile curve. You can create cam profile curves with the
Cam Editor.
Cam data is added to the project.
Editing cam data
The profile data is set.
Transferring cam data
You can select to transfer all or part of the cam data.
Importing cam data settings
You can import cam data settings from a CSV file.
Exporting cam data settings
You can export cam data to a CSV file.
Exporting cam tables
You can export cam data in the data format of the master and slave axes that is used
by the Controller.
Ordering Information
Creating cam data
Multi-function Compact Inverter
The Controller Setup is used to change settings related to the operation of the
Controller. The Controller Setup contains PLC Function Module operation settings and
built-in EtherNet/IP Function Module port settings.
Function
Specifications
Controller Setup
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Creating Racks
System
Requirements
A Rack is built by dragging Units from the device list displayed in the Toolbox Pane to
the locations where you want to mount them.
Features
Setting Parameters
Registering Units
Automation Software
You create the configuration in the Sysmac Studio of the Units mounted in the NJ-series
CPU Rack and Expansion Racks and the Special Units.
CPU/Expansion Rack Configuration and Setup
You can build a Rack by dragging Units from the device list displayed in the Toolbox
Pane to the locations where you want to mount them.
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Category
Cam Data
Settings
You can save a cam table that was transferred to the Controller to a file in the data
format of the master and slave axes.
Transferring cam data from
files to the Controller
You can transfer the data from a cam data file in the data format of the master and slave
axes to update the contents of the cam data that is already in the Controller.
Programs are executed in tasks in an NJ-series CPU Unit. The Task Setup defines the
execution period, the execution timing, the programs executed by the task, the I/O
refreshing performed by the task, and which variables to share between tasks.
Task Setup
Setting Parameters
Registering tasks
The tasks, which are used to execute programs, are registered.
Setting task I/O
The task I/O settings define what Units the task should perform I/O refreshing for.
Assigning programs
Program assignments define what programs a task will execute.
Setting exclusive control of
variables in tasks
You can specify if a task can write to its own values (known as a refreshing task) or if it
can only access them (an accessing task) for global variables. This ensures
concurrency for global variable values from all tasks that reference them.
I/O Map Settings
The I/O ports that correspond to the registered EtherCAT slaves and to the registered
Units on the CPU Rack and Expansion Racks are displayed. The I/O Map is edited to
assign variables to I/O ports. The variables are used in the user program.
Displaying I/O ports
I/O ports are displayed based on the configuration information of the devices (slaves
and Units).
Assigning variables
Variables are assigned to I/O ports.
Creating device variables
Device variables are created in the I/O Map. You can either automatically create a
device variable or manually enter the device variable to create.
Checking I/O assignments
The assignments of external I/O devices and variables are checked.
Instruction list (Toolbox)
A hierarchy of the instructions that you can use is displayed in the Toolbox. You can
drag the required instruction to a program in the Ladder Editor to insert the instruction.
Programming ladder diagrams
Ladder diagram programming involves connecting rung components with connecting
lines to build algorithms. Rung components and connecting lines are entered in the
Ladder Editor.
Programming
Starting the Ladder Editor
The Ladder Editor for the program is started.
Adding and deleting sections
You can divide your ladder diagrams into smaller units for easier management. These
units of division are called sections.
Inserting rung components
You insert rung components in the Ladder Editor to create an algorithm.
Inserting and deleting function
blocks
You can insert a function block instruction or user-defined function block into the Ladder
Editor.
Inserting and deleting
functions
You can insert a function instruction or user-defined function into the Ladder Editor.
Inserting and deleting inline
ST
You can insert a rung component in a ladder diagram to enable programming in ST. This
allows you to include ST in a ladder diagram.
Editing rung components
You can copy and past rung components.
Inserting and deleting jump
labels and jumps
You can insert a jump label in the rung to jump to and then specify that jump label when
you insert a jump.
Inserting and deleting
bookmarks
You can add bookmarks to the beginning of rungs and move between them.
Rung comments
You can add comments to rungs.
Displaying rung errors
When you enter a rung component, the format is always checked and any mistakes are
displayed as errors. If there are any errors, a red line is displayed between the rung
number and the left bus bar.
Entry assistance
When you enter instructions or parameters, each character that you enter from the
keyboard narrows the list of candidates that is displayed for selection.
Programming structured text
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Function
Transferring cam data from the
Controller to files
You combine different ST statements to build algorithms.
Starting the ST Editor
The ST Editor for programs or for functions/function blocks is started.
Editing ST
You combine different ST statements to build algorithms.
Entering calls to functions and
function blocks
You can enter the first character of the instance name of the function or the function
block in the ST Editor to call and enter a function or function block.
Entering constants
You can enter constants in the ST Editor.
Entering comments
Enter "(*" at the beginning and "*)" at the end of any text to be treated as a comment in
the ST Editor. If you only want to comment out a single line, enter a double forward slash
(//) at the beginning of the line.
Copying, pasting, and deleting
ST elements
You can copy, paste, and delete text strings.
Indenting
You can indent nested statements to make them easier to read.
Moving to a specified line
You can specify a line number to jump directly to that line.
Bookmarks
You can add bookmarks to any lines and move between them.
Entry assistance
When you enter instructions or parameters, each character that you enter from the
keyboard narrows the list of candidates that is displayed for selection.
Finding and replacing
You can search for and replace strings in the data of a project.
Jumping
You can jump to the specified rung number or line number in the program.
Building
The programs in the project are converted into a format that is executable in the
Controller.
Rebuilding
A rebuild is used to build project programs that have already been built.
Aborting a build operation
You can abort a build operation.
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File
operations
A project file is created.
Opening a project file
A project file is opened.
Saving the project file
The project file is saved.
Saving a project file under a
different name
A project file is saved under a different name.
Exporting a project file
You can convert a project file to a .smc file and export it.
You can import a project file that was saved in .txs format.
You can cut, copy, or paste items that are selected in the Multiview Explorer or any of
the editors.
Synchronize
The project file in the computer is compared with the data in the online NJ-series CPU
Unit and any differences are displayed. You can specify the transfer direction for any
type of data and transfer all of the data.
Printing
You can print various data. You can select the items to print.
Clear All Memory
The Clear All Memory Menu command is used to initialize the user program, Controller
Configurations and Setup, and variables in the CPU Unit to the defaults from the
Sysmac Studio.
SD Memory Cards
The following procedures are used to execute file operations for the SD Memory Card
mounted in the Controller and to copy files between the SD Memory Card and
computer.
The SD Memory Card is formatted.
Displaying properties
The properties of the selected file or folder in the SD Memory Card are displayed.
Copying files and folders in the
SD Memory Card
The selected file or folder in the SD Memory Card is copied to the SD Memory Card.
Copying files and folders
between the SD Memory Card
and the computer
The selected file or folder in the SD Memory Card is copied to the computer. Or, the
selected file or folder in the computer is copied to the SD Memory Card.
You can change the present values of user-defined variables, system-defined variables,
and device variables as required. You can do this in the Watch Tab Page or I/O Map.
Forced refreshing
You select a BOOL variable and make the assigned I/O port or AT specification bit in
memory for CJ-series Units change to TRUE or FALSE to force refreshing with external
devices. The specified value is retained even if the value of the variable is overwritten
from the user program.
You can use forced refreshing to force BOOL variables to TRUE or FALSE in the Ladder
Editor, Watch Tab Page, or I/O Map.
Online editing
Online editing allows you to edit programs on systems that are currently in operation.
Online editing can be used to edit only POUs and global variables. User-defined data
types cannot be edited with online editing.
Cross Reference Tab Page
Cross references allow you to see the programs and locations where program elements
(variables, data types, I/O ports, functions, or function blocks) are used. You can view
all locations where an element is used from this list.
Data tracing
Data tracing allows you to sample the specified variables and store the values of the variables
in trace memory without any programming. You can choose between two continuous trace
methods: a triggered trace, where you set a trigger condition and data is saved before and
after that condition is met, or a continuous trace, in which continuous sampling is performed
without any trigger and the results are stored in a file on your computer. However, you can
still display data retrieved on the Sysmac Studio and save those results to a file even if you
use a triggered trace. These same functions can be used with the Simulator as well.
Setting triggers
To perform a triggered trace, you set a condition to trigger sampling. A suitable trigger
condition is set to record data before and after an event.
Setting a continuous trace
The method to save the data traced during a continuous trace is set.
Setting variables to sample
The variables to store in trace memory are registered. The sampling intervals can also
be set.
Starting and stopping tracing
The data trace settings are transferred to the Controller and the tracing starts. If you
selected Trigger (Single) as the trace type, tracing waits for the trigger to begin
sampling. If you selected Continuous, sampling begins immediately and all traced data
is transferred to the computer as it is gathered and saved to a file.
Displaying trace results
You view the results of the traced data in either a chart or in 3D Motion Trace Display
Mode. After sampling begins, sample data is immediately transferred and drawn on the
graph. The trace target variable table shows the maximum, minimum, and average
values for each variable.
Exporting trace results
Trace results are saved within your project automatically when you save the project on
the Sysmac Studio. If you want to save this data as a separate file, you can export the
data to a CSV file.
Printing trace results
You can print out data trace settings along with digital and analog charts.
Ordering Information
The interval to perform sampling on the target data is set. Sampling is performed for the
specified task period, at the specified time, or when a trace sampling instruction is
executed.
Remote I/O Terminals
Setting sampling intervals
Vision Sensor
Changing the present values of variables
Multi-function Compact Inverter
You can change the values of variables that are used in the user program and settings
to any desired value, and you can change program inputs and outputs to TRUE or
FALSE. This allows you to check the operation of the user program and settings.
Applicable Models
Changing present values and TRUE/FALSE
Function
Specifications
Variables are monitored during ladder program execution. You can monitor the TRUE/
FALSE status of inputs and outputs and the present values of variables in the Controller.
You can monitor operation on the Ladder Editor, ST Editor, Watch Tab Page, or I/O
Map.
System
Requirements
Monitoring
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Formatting the SD Memory
Card
Automation Software
Cutting, copying, and pasting
Features
Debugging
Machine Automation Controller
File operations
Function
Creating a project file
Importing a project file
System Configuration
Category
Sysmac Studio
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Category
Programs for debugging
Executing a
simulation
Simulation
Setting the
virtual
equipment
Selecting what to simulate
You can select the programs to simulate from all of the programs in the Sysmac Studio.
Programs can be dragged to select them.
Setting breakpoints
You can set breakpoints to stop the simulation in the Program Editor.
Executing and stopping
simulations
You can control simulation execution to monitor the user program or to check operation
through data tracing. Step execution and pausing are also possible.
Changing the simulation
speed
You can change the execution speed.
Task period simulation
You can display the task periods.
Creating 3D device models
You can create a 3D device model at the control target to monitor with the 3D motion
trace function.
Displaying 3D motion traces
You set the axis variables for each element of the 3D device model, and then set the 3D
device into motion according to those axis motions.
Displaying 2D paths
Maintenance
You can display the production information of the Controller and Special Units, including
the models of the Units and unit versions.
Monitoring task execution times
You can monitor the execution time of each task when the user program is executed on
a Controller or in the Simulator. When you are connected to the Simulator, you can also
monitor the real processing time of tasks. This allows you to perform a Controller
performance test.
Troubleshooting
You can use troubleshooting to check the errors that occurred in the Controller, display
corrections for the errors, and clear the errors.
Any current Controller errors are displayed. (Observations and information are not
displayed.)
User-defined errors
Information is displayed on current errors.
Controller event log
You can display a log of Controller events (including Controller errors and Controller
information). (You cannot display logs from EtherCAT slaves.)
User-defined event log
The log of user-defined events that were stored for the Create User-defined Error
(SetAlarm) instruction and the Create User-defined Information (SetInfo) instruction is
displayed.
Event Settings Table
The Event Setting Table is used to register the contents displayed on the Sysmac
Studio and on HMIs for userdefined events that occur for execution of the Create
Userdefined Error (SetAlarm) instruction and the Create Userdefined Information
(SetInfo) instruction.
The space that is used by the project file you are editing in the Sysmac Studio is
displayed in relation to the size of the Controller's memory. The file cannot be
transferred to the Controller if the files size exceeds the available space.
Setting clock information
You can read and set the Controller's clock. The computer's clock information is also
displayed.
Going online with a Controller
An online connection is established with the Controller.
Checking for forced refreshing
When you go offline, any forced refreshing is cleared.
Changing the operating mode of the Controller
There are two operating modes for NJ-series Controllers, depending on if control
programs are executed or not. These are RUN mode and PROGRAM mode.
Resetting the Controller
The operations and status when the power supply to the Controller is cycled are
emulated. This can be performed only in PROGRAM mode. You cannot reset the
Controller in RUN mode.
Backing up variables and memory
When you replace an NJ-series Controller, you can back up the retained memory in the
Controller to a file and restore the backed up data from the file to the new Controller.
Prevention of
incorrect
connections
Confirming Controller names
and serial IDs
If the name or the serial ID is different between the project and the Controller when an
online connection is established, a confirmation dialog box is displayed.
Operation authority
verification
Two levels of operation authority, Administrator and Maintainer, are set for access to the
NJ-series CPU Unit to restrict the operations that can be performed.
Controller write protection
You can prevent rewriting of data in the Controller from the Sysmac Studio.
Authentication of user
program execution IDs
You can ensure that a user program cannot be operated on another CPU Unit even if
copied.
User program transfer with no
restoration information
The program source code is not transferred. If this option is selected, programs are not
displayed even if uploaded from another computer. However, variables and settings are
transferred even if this option is selected.
Password protection for
project files (.smc)
When you export a project file, you can place a password on the file to protect your
assets.
Security Measures
Prevention of
the theft of
assets
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Controller errors
User memory usage monitor
Prevention of
incorrect
operation
Online Help
You can display the 2D paths of the markers for the projections in the 3D display.
Displaying unit production information
Monitoring
Information
Communications
Function
You can create programs for debugging that are used only to execute simulations and
specify virtual inputs for simulation.
Sysmac Studio help system
You can access Sysmac Studio operating procedures.
Instructions reference
Information is provided on how to use the instructions that are supported by the NJseries CPU Units.
System-defined variable reference
You can display a list of descriptions of the system-defined variables that you can use
on the Sysmac Studio.
Keyboard mapping reference
You can display a list of convenient shortcut keys that you can use on the Sysmac
Studio.
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Applicable Models
Unit version
Model
NJ-series
−
Servo Drives
G5-Series
Unit version 2.1 or higher
recommended
R88D-KNA5L-ECT/KN01L-ECT/KN02L-ECT/KN04L-ECT
R88D-KN01H-ECT/KN02H-ECT/KN04H-ECT/KN08H-ECT/KN10H-ECT/KN15H-ECT/
KN20H-ECT/KN30H-ECT/KN50H-ECT/KN75H-ECT/KN150H-ECT
R88D-KN06F-ECT/KN10F-ECT/KN15F-ECT/KN20F-ECT/KN30F-ECT/KN50F-ECT/
KN75F-ECT/KN150F-ECT
Inverters
MX2-Series
Version 1.1 or higher *
3G3MX2-A2001/A2002/A2004/A2007/A2015/A2022/A2037/A2055/A2075/A2110/A2150
3G3MX2-A4004/A4007/A4015/A4022/A4030/A4040/A4055/A4075/A4110/A4150
3G3MX2-AB001/AB002/AB004/AB007/AB015/AB022
GX-series
Unit version 1.1 or higher
recommended
GX-ID1611/1612/1621/1622/1618/1628/3218/3228
GX-OD1611/1612/1621/1622/1618/1628/3218/3228
GX-MD1611/1612/1621/1622/1618/1628/3218/3228
GX-OC1601
GX-AD0471
GX-DA0271
GX-EC0211/0241
HMIs
NS-series
NS system program
version 8.5 or higher
CX-Designer version 3.3
or higher
NS5-MQ11-V2/MQ11B-V2
NS5-SQ11-V2/SQ11B-V2
NS5-TQ11-V2/TQ11B-V2
NS8-TV01-V2/TV01B-V2
NS10-TV01-V2/TV01B-V2
NS12-TS01-V2/TS01B-V2
NS15-TX01S-V2/TX01B-V2
Vision Sensors
FQ-series
−
NJ501-1300/1400/1500
Machine Automation Controller
Remote I/O Terminals
System Configuration
Series
CPU
Automation Software
FQ-MS120-ECT/125-ECT
FQ-MS120-M-ECT/125-M-ECT
* A communications unit for connecting to EtherCAT network (3G3AX-MX2-ECT with unit version 1.1 or higher) is additionally required.
System
Requirements
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Features
Applicable Models
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Function
Specifications
Vision Sensor
Remote I/O Terminals
Ordering Information
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AC Servomotors/Drives
G5-Series
System Configuration
Controllers
Automation Software
Sysmac Studio
Machine Automation Controller
NJ-Series
EtherCAT Cables
Use a category 5 or higher cable
with double, aluminium tape and
braided shielding.
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AC Servomotors/ Servo Drives
G5-Series
System Configuration
I/O signals
Servo Drive
USB Communications
Connector-Terminal Block
Conversion Unit
[email protected]@
Cable
[email protected]@@J-B34
Automation Software
Non-Flexible Cables
• Without Brake
[email protected]@@@@S
• With Brake
[email protected]@@@@B
Flexible Cables
• Without Brake
[email protected]@@@@SR(-E)
• With Brake
[email protected]@@@@BR(-E)
Connector-Terminal Block
Conversion Units and Cable
Machine Automation Controller
Power Cables
AC Servomotors
System
Configuration
Motor power signals
G5-Series
Drives with Built-in
EtherCAT Communications
[email protected]@-ECT
Encoder Cables
Non-Flexible Cables
• For 750W or less
[email protected]@@@C
• For 1.0kW or more
[email protected]@@N
G5-Series motor R88M-K
3000r/min
2000r/min
1500r/min
1000r/min
INC
Reactors
3G3AX-DL
3G3AX-AL
External Regeneration
Resistors
R88A-RR
Decelerators
R88A-CRGD0R3C (-BS)
(One Battery is included with model numbers
ending in"BS")
Note: Not required if a battery is connected
to the control connector (CN1).
Incremental output: When the controller power supply is turned ON,
Absolute/Incremental output: The Servomotor
can be switched between an absolute output and an
$%6 Incremental output. When an absolute output is selected and the Controller power supply is turned ON,
,1& the Controller reads the Servo absolute position data to restore the absolute position.
Ordering Information
,1& operation is always started from the origin.
ABS
INC
Remote I/O Terminals
External
scale
Absolute Encoder Battery Cable
Vision Sensor
Flexible Cables
• For 750W or less
[email protected]@@@CR
• For 1.0kW or more
[email protected]@@NR
Peripheral Devices
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Feedback Signals
EtherCAT Communications
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Brake Cables
Non-Flexible Cables
[email protected]@@B [≤750W]
[email protected]@@B [≥6.0kW]
Flexible Cables
[email protected]@@B(E) [≤750W]
[email protected]@@BR-E [≥6.0kW]
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G5-Series AC Servo Drives with Built-in EtherCAT Communications
[email protected]
G5-series provides both high-speed and
highly-accurate control and safety
• High-accuracy positioning with fully-closed control.
• Servo Drives for 400VAC widens applicable systems and environment,
including large-scale equipment and overseas facilities.
• Safe design and Safe Torque Off (STO) function (application pending)
• Vibration can be suppressed in acceleration/deceleration even in low
rigidity mechanical systems.
General Specifications
Item
Specifications
Ambient operating temperature and
operating humidity
0 to 55°C, 90%RH max. (with no condensation)
Storage ambient temperature and
humidity
−20 to 65°C, 90%RH max. (with no condensation)
Operating and storage atmosphere
No corrosive gases
Vibration resistance
10 to 60 Hz and at an acceleration of 5.88 m/s2 or less (Not to be run continuously at a resonance point)
Insulation resistance
Between power supply terminals/power terminals and FG terminal: 0.5 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric strength
Between power supply/power line terminals and FG terminal: 1,500 VAC for 1 min at 50/60 Hz
Protective structure
Built into panel
EMC
Directive
International
standard
Low Voltage
EC
Directive
Directives
Machinery
Directives
EN 55011, EN 61000-6-2, IEC 61800-3
EN 61800-5-1
EN954-1 (Category 3), EN ISO 13849-1: 2008 (Category 3) (PLc,d), ISO 13849-1: 2006 (Category 3) (PLc,d),
EN61508 (SIL2),
EN62061 (SIL2), EN61800-5-2 (STO), IEC61326-3-1 (SIL2)
UL standards
UL 508C
CSA standards
CSA22.2 No. 14
Note: 1. The above items reflect individual evaluation testing. The results may differ under compound conditions.
2. Never perform dielectric strength or other megameter tests on the Servo Drive. Failure to follow this guideline may result in damaging
the internal elements.
3. Depending on the operating conditions, some Servo Drive parts will require maintenance. For details, refer to G5 Series USER'S
MANUAL (Cat.No. I576)
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servo Drives EtherCAT Communications Built-in Type
Performance Specifications
System Configuration
Servo Drives with 100 VAC Input Power
for Single-phase input type
Item
R88D-KNA5L-ECT
R88D-KN01L-ECT
R88D-KN02L-ECT
1.2A
1.7A
2.5A
4.6A
0.4KVA
0.4KVA
0.5KVA
0.9KVA
Continuous output current (rms)
Power supply
capacity
Input power
supply
Control circuit
Power supply
voltage
Single-phase 100 to 120 VAC (85 to 132 V) 50/60 Hz
Rated current
1.7A
2.6A
4.3A
7.6A
Heat value*1
11W
16.6W
21W
25W
Power supply
voltage
Single-phase 100 to 120 VAC (85 to 132 V) 50/60 Hz
Heat value*1
Weight
4W
4W
4W
4W
Approx. 0.8kg
Approx. 0.8kg
Approx. 1.0kg
Approx. 1.6kg
Maximum applicable motor capacity
100W
200W
400 W
K05030H
K10030L
K20030L
K40030L
Applicable
Servomotor
ABS
K05030T
K10030S
K20030S
K40030S
2,000 r/min
Servomotors
ABS
-
-
-
-
1,000 r/min
Servomotors
ABS
-
-
-
-
Automation Software
50W
INC
3,000 r/min
Servomotors
Machine Automation Controller
Main circuit
R88D-KN04L-ECT
Servo Drives with 200 VAC Input Power
for Single-phase/Three-phase input type
Continuous output current (rms)
Input power
supply
Heat value*2
Weight
5.9A
9.4A
1.8KVA
2.3KVA
Single-phase or 3-phase 200 to 240 VAC (170 to 264 V) 50/60 Hz
1.6/0.9A
*1
14.3/13.7W*1
2.4/1.3A *1
4.1/2.4A *1
6.6/3.6A *1
9.1/5.2A *1
14.2/8.1A *1
23/19W *1
33/24W *1
30/35.5W *1
57/49W *1
104/93W*1
Single-phase 200 to 240 VAC (170 to 264 V) 50/60 Hz
4W
4W
4W
4W
7W
7W
Approx.
0.8kg
Approx.
0.8kg
Approx.
1.0kg
Approx.
1.6kg
Approx.
1.8kg
Approx.
1.8kg
100W
200W
400W
750W
1kW
1.5kW
INC
K05030H
K10030H
K20030H
K40030H
K75030H
-
K1K030H
K1K530H
ABS
K05030T
K10030T
K20030T
K40030T
K75030T
-
K1K030T
K1K530T
INC
-
-
-
-
K1K020H
K1K520H
ABS
-
-
-
-
K1K020T
K1K520T
INC
-
-
-
-
-
K90010H
ABS
-
-
-
-
-
K90010T
Remote I/O Terminals
1,000 r/min
Servomotors
4.1A
1.3KVA
Vision Sensor
2,000 r/min
Servomotors
2.6A
0.9KVA
Dimensions
Applicable
Servomotor
1.6A
0.5KVA *1
Components
and Functions
Maximum applicable motor capacity
3,000 r/min
Servomotors
1.2A
Power supply
voltage
Heat value*2
R88DKN15H-ECT
Version
Information
Control circuit
R88DKN10H-ECT
0.5KVA
Power supply
voltage
Rated current
R88DKN08H-ECT
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Main circuit
R88DKN04H-ECT
EtherCAT
Communications
Specifications
Power supply
capacity
R88DKN02H-ECT
Performance
Specifications
R88DKN01H-ECT
Item
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
General
Specifications
*1 The heat value is given for rated operation.
*1 The first value is for single-phase input power and the second value is for 3-phase input power.
*2 The heat value is given for rated operation.
Ordering Information
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servo Drives EtherCAT Communications Built-in Type
Servo Drives with 200 VAC Input Power
for Three-phase input type
Item
R88D-KN20H-ECT
Continuous output current (rms)
Power supply
capacity
Main circuit
Input power
supply
Control circuit
R88D-KN50H-ECT
R88D-KN150HECT
R88D-KN75H-ECT
13.4A
18.7A
33.0A
44.0A
66.1A
3.3KVA
4.5KVA
7.5KVA
11.0KVA
22.0KVA
Power supply
voltage
3-phase 200 to 230 VAC (170 to 253 V) 50/60 Hz
Rated current
11.8A
15.1A
21.6A
32.0A
58.0A
Heat value *1
139W
108W
328W
381W
720W
Power supply
voltage
2,000 r/min
Servomotors
1,000 r/min
Servomotors
Single-phase 200 to 230VAC (170 to 253V) 50/60Hz
280 to 25VDC (238 to 357V)
10W
13W
13W
15W
17W
Approx. 2.7kg
Approx. 4.8kg
Approx. 4.8kg
Approx. 13.5kg
Approx. 21.0kg
2kW
3kW
5kW
7.5kW
15kW
−
−
Maximum applicable motor capacity
3,000 r/min
Servomotors
3-phase 200 to 230VAC (170 to 253V) 50/60Hz
280 to 325VDC (238 to 357V)
Single-phase 200 to 230 VAC (170 to 253 V) 50/60 Hz
Heat value *1
Weight
Applicable
Servomotor
R88D-KN30H-ECT
INC
K2K030H
K3K030H
K4K030H
K5K030H
ABS
K2K030T
K3K030T
K4K030T
K5K030T
−
−
INC
K2K020H
K3K020H
K4K020H
K5K020H
−
−
ABS
K2K020T
K3K020T
K4K020T
K5K020T
K7K515T
K11K015T
K15K015T
INC
−
K2K010H
K3K010H
−
−
ABS
−
K2K010T
K3K010T
K4K510T
K6K010T
−
*1 The heat value is given for rated operation.
Servo Drives with 400 VAC Input Power
for Three-phase input type
Item
Continuous output current (rms)
Power supply
capacity
Main circuit
Input power
supply
Heat value*1
Weight
Maximum applicable motor capacity
Applicable
Servomotor
2,000 r/min
Servomotors
1,000 r/min
Servomotors
R88DKN20FECT
R88DKN30FECT
R88DKN50FECT
R88DKN75FECT
R88DKN150FECT
1.5A
2.9A
4.7A
6.7A
9.4A
16.5A
22.0A
33.1A
1.2KVA
1.8KVA
2.3KVA
3.8KVA
4.5KVA
6.0KVA
11.0KVA
22.0KVA
2.1A
2.8A
4.7A
5.9A
7.6A
12.1A
16.0A
29.0A
32.2W
48W
49W
65W
108W
200W
300W
590W
7W
7W
7W
10W
13W
13W
15W
22W
Approx.
1.9kg
Approx.
1.9kg
Approx.
1.9kg
Approx.
2.7kg
Approx.
4.7kg
Approx.
4.7kg
Approx.
13.5kg
Approx.
21.0kg
600W
1kW
1.5kW
2kW
3kW
5kW
7.5kW
15kW
K2K030F
K3K030F
K4K030F
K5K030F
−
−
Three-phase 380 to 480 VAC (323 to 528 V) 50/60 Hz
24 VDC (20.4 to 27.6 V)
INC
−
K75030F
K1K030F
K1K530F
ABS
−
K75030C
K1K030C
K1K530C
K2K030C
K3K030C
K4K030C
K5K030C
−
−
INC
K40020F
K60020F
K1K020F
K1K520F
K2K020F
K3K020F
K4K020F
K5K020F
−
−
ABS
K40020C
K60020C
K1K020C
K1K520C
K2K020C
K3K020C
K4K020C
K5K020C
K7K515C
K11K015C
K15K015C
−
−
K90010F
−
K2K010F
K3K010F
−
−
−
−
K90010C
−
K2K010C
K3K010C
K4K510C
K6K010C
−
INC
*1 The heat value is given for rated operation.
38
R88DKN15FECT
Power supply
voltage
Heat value*1
3,000 r/min
Servomotors
R88DKN10FECT
Power supply
voltage
Rated current
Control circuit
R88DKN06FECT
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servo Drives EtherCAT Communications Built-in Type
EtherCAT Communications Specifications
System Configuration
Item
Specification
IEC 61158 Type 12, IEC 61800-7 CiA 402 Drive Profile
Physical layer
100BASE-TX (IEEE802.3)
Connectors
RJ45 × 2 (shielded)
ECAT IN: EtherCAT input
ECAT OUT: EtherCAT output
Communications media
Category 5 or higher (cable with double, aluminum tape and braided shielding) is recommended.
Communications distance
Distance between nodes: 100 m max.
Process data
Fixed PDO mapping
Mailbox (CoE)
Emergency messages, SDO requests, SDO responses, and SDO information
Distributed clock
Synchronization in DC mode.
DC cycle: 250 μs, 500 μs, 1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms
LED indicators
L/A IN (Link/Activity IN) × 1
L/A OUT (Link/Activity OUT) × 1
RUN × 1
ERR × 1
CiA402 Drive Profile
• Cyclic synchronous position mode
• Cyclic synchronous velocity mode
• Cyclic synchronous torque mode
• Profile position mode
• Homing mode
• Touch probe function (Latch function)
• Torque limit function
Machine Automation Controller
Communications standard
Automation Software
Version Information
Unit version 1.0
Unit version 2.0
Unit version 2.1
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Supported
Not supported
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Not supported
Supported
Supported
Version 1.00 or higher *1
Version1.00 or higher *2
Version1.00 or higher
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Not supported
*1 The function that was enhanced by the upgrade for Unit version2.0 can not be used. For detail, refer to "Function Support by Unit Version".
*2 The function that was enhanced by the upgrade for Unit version2.1 can not be used. For detail, refer to "Function Support by Unit Version".
AC Servo Drives G5-Series built-in EtherCAT Communications
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Item
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Unit version 2.0
Unit version 2.1
1RVXSSRUWHG
6XSSRUWHG
Saving the Node Address Setting
1RVXSSRUWHG
6XSSRUWHG
Serial Number Display *1
1RVXSSRUWHG
6XSSRUWHG
ESI Specification (Version 1.0)
1RVXSSRUWHG
6XSSRUWHG
SII Data Check
1RVXSSRUWHG
1RVXSSRUWHG
Fixed PDO mapping
1RVXSSRUWHG
6XSSRUWHG
csp: Cyclic synchronous position mode 6XSSRUWHG
Available operation modes
csv: Cyclic synchronous velocity mode
1RVXSSRUWHG
6XSSRUWHG
cst: Cyclic synchronous torque mode
1RVXSSRUWHG
6XSSRUWHG
pp: Profile position mode
1RVXSSRUWHG
hm: Homing mode
1RVXSSRUWHG
6XSSRUWHG
1RVXSSRUWHG
6XSSRUWHG $YDLODEOHZKHQWKHFRPPXQLFDWLRQVF\FOHLVPV
RUDERYH
Excessive Speed Deviation Error
1RVXSSRUWHG
6XSSRUWHG
Interruptions Error
1RVXSSRUWHG
6XSSRUWHG
6XSSRUWHG
1RVXSSRUWHG
RQO\WR
6XSSRUWHG
$YDLODEOHZKHQWKH
FRPPXQLFDWLRQVF\FOHLV
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Error detection function
Electronic gear function
6XSSRUWHG
Ordering Information
Fully-closed Control *3
6XSSRUWHG
Remote I/O Terminals
FIR filter function
Dimensions
Variable PDO mapping (1600 hex, 1A00 hex)
6XSSRUWHG
6XSSRUWHG
Vision Sensor
Sysmac Error Status
Components
and Functions
Sysmac Products Features
Unit version 1.0
Version
Information
Unit version
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Unit
Model
EtherCAT
Communications
Specifications
Function Support by Unit Version
Performance
Specifications
AC Servo Drives G5-Series
built-in EtherCAT
Communications
Unit version
Model
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Unit
General
Specifications
Unit Versions
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servo Drives EtherCAT Communications Built-in Type
Unit
AC Servo Drives G5-Series built-in EtherCAT Communications
Model
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Unit version
Item
[email protected]
Unit version 1.0
Unit version 2.0
Unit version 2.1
Torque limit objects
3'2PDSSLQJWR(
3'2PDSSLQJWR((KH[LVSRVVLEOH
(KH[LVQRWSRVVLEOH
Positioning Completion Range
1RVXSSRUWHG
6XSSRUWHG
Reference Position for CSP (4020 hex)
1RVXSSRUWHG
6XSSRUWHG
Data Setting Warning Detection Setting (3781)
1RVXSSRUWHG
Version indication on the unit label
1RVXSSRUWHG
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
6XSSRUWHG
6XSSRUWHG
The function to show the serial number controlled by OMRON in 1018h-04 hex.
Setting the communications cycle to 500 μs or less does not enable the FIR filter function, although doing so does not cause any error.
If Fully-closed Control is not available, a Function Setting Error (Error No. 93.4) will occur.
This is applicable only when the total size of the objects mapped to RxPDO is 12 bytes or less. For details, refer to the USER'S MANUAL.
There are objects added (3013 hex/3522 hex) to or renamed (3525 hex/3526 hex) from unit version 1.0.
For details of these objects, refer to Torque Limit Selection (3521 hex) in Extended Objects of each manual.
Components and Functions
EtherCAT status indicators
Name
Seven-segment display
Analog monitor connector (CN5)
ADR
Rotary switches for
node address setting
Display
Charge Lamp
Lights when the main circuit power supply is
turned ON.
EtherCAT Status Indicators
These indicators show the status of EtherCAT communications.
For details, refer to G5 Series USER'S
MANUAL (Cat.No. I576).
Control I/O Connector (CN1)
Used for command input signals and I/O signals.
Encoder Connector (CN2)
Connector for the encoder installed in the
Servomotor.
External Encoder Connector
(CN4)
Connector for an encoder signal used during
fully-closed control.
EtherCAT Communications
Connectors (ECAT IN and
ECAT OUT)
These connectors are for EtherCAT communications.
Analog Monitor Connector
(CN5)
You can use a special cable to monitor values, such as the motor rotation speed,
torque command value, etc.
USB Connector (CN7)
Communications connector for the computer.
Safety Connector (CN8)
Connector for safety devices.
If no safety devices are used, keep the factory-set safety bypass connector installed.
USB connector (CN7)
EtherCAT communications
connector: ECAT IN
Main circuit
power supply terminals
(L1, L2, and L3)
Control circuit
power supply terminals
(L1C and L2C)
EtherCAT
communications
connector: ECAT OUT
Safety connector (CN8)
Charge lamp
Control I/O connector (CN1)
External Regeneration
Resistor connection
terminals (B1, B2, and B3)
Motor connection
terminals (U, V, and W)
External encoder
connector (CN4)
Protective ground terminals
40
Encoder connector (CN2)
Function
A 2-digit 7-segment display shows the node
address, error codes, and other Servo Drive
status.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servo Drives EtherCAT Communications Built-in Type
Dimensions
System Configuration
<Wall Mounting>
Single-phase 100 VAC R88D-KNA5L-ECT/-KN01L-ECT (50 to 100 W)
Single-phase/Three-phase 200 VAC R88D-KN01H-ECT/-KN02H-ECT (100 to 200W)
Mounting dimensions
70
40
132
5.2 dia.
6
Machine Automation Controller
140
150
150
28
40
Automation Software
Single-phase 100 VAC R88D-KN02L-ECT (200W)
Single-phase/Three-phase 200 VAC R88D-KN04H-ECT (400W)
Mounting dimensions
70
55
132
5.2 dia.
Performance
Specifications
6
43
55
70
Mounting dimensions
172
4
5.2 dia.
Version
Information
140
150
Vision Sensor
50
65
Dimensions
7.5
Components
and Functions
150
Multi-function Compact Inverter
65
EtherCAT
Communications
Specifications
Single-phase 100 VAC R88D-KN04L-ECT (400W)
Single-phase/Three-phase 200 VAC R88D-KN08H-ECT (750W)
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
140
150
General
Specifications
150
Remote I/O Terminals
Ordering Information
41
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servo Drives EtherCAT Communications Built-in Type
Single-phase/Three-phase 200 VAC R88D-KN10H-ECT/-KN15H-ECT (900W to 1.5kW)
Mounting dimensions
172
70
4
86
5.2 dia.
140
150
150
70
86
8.5
Three-phase 200 VAC R88D-KN20H-ECT (2kW)
86
85
17.5
50
Mounting dimensions
φ5.2
42.5
R2.6
5.2
5.2
R2.6
70
195
1.8
168
188
198
5.2
R2.6
42.5
17.5
5.2
φ5.2
φ5.2
25
188
168
R2.6
50
86
17.5
50
Three-phase 200 VAC R88D-KN30H-ECT/-KN50H-ECT (3 to 5kW)
R2.6
70
130
100
15
65
5.2
5.2
5.2 dia.
R2.6
220
240
250
R2.6
15
42
5.2
5.2
65
100
R2.6
5.2 dia.
214
Mounting dimensions
3.5
5.2 dia.
50
240
220
15
100
130
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servo Drives EtherCAT Communications Built-in Type
System Configuration
Three-phase 200 VAC R88D-KN75H-ECT (7.5kW)
233
222
207
162
117
72
27
Mounting dimensions
5.2
5.2
φ5.2
R2.6
3.5
334
70
φ5.2
R2.6
220
2.5
φ5.2 R2.6
R2.6
235
27
180
233
5.2
5.2
Automation Software
φ5.2
5.2
10-M4
45
R2.6
220 235 250
R2.6
Machine Automation Controller
5.2
27
72
162
207
Performance
Specifications
Three-phase 200 VAC R88D-KN150H-ECT (15kW)
Mounting dimensions
261
261
30.5
7.5
70
271
30.5
4-M6
7.5
Version
Information
435 450
Dimensions
R3.5
Remote I/O Terminals
R3.5
Vision Sensor
Components
and Functions
435 450
Multi-function Compact Inverter
7 dia.
200
EtherCAT
Communications
Specifications
4
231
7 dia.
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
General
Specifications
117
30.5
231
Ordering Information
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servo Drives EtherCAT Communications Built-in Type
Three-phase 400 VAC R88D-KN06F-ECT/-KN10F-ECT (600W to 1.0kW)
Three-phase 400 VAC R88D-KN15F-ECT (1.5kW)
Mounting dimensions
70
172
4
92
5.2 dia.
150
150
5.2 dia.
14.5
140
70
92
Three-phase 400 VAC R88D-KN20F-ECT (2kW)
94
85
17.5
42.5
5.2
50
Mounting dimensions
φ5.2
5.2
70
1.8
195
φ5.2
25
168
188
198
168
R2.6
180
2.5
5.2
5.2
17.5
R2.6
26.5
φ5.2
50
94
50
Three-phase 400 VAC R88D-KN30F-ECT/-KN50F-ECT (3 to 5kW)
Mounting dimensions
15
65
5.2
130
100
70
5.2 dia.
214
3.5
5.2 dia.
50
5.2
220
220
240
R2.6
5.2
65
15
44
250
2.5
5.2
100
R2.6
5.2 dia.
240
15
100
130
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G5-Series
AC Servo Drives EtherCAT Communications Built-in Type
System Configuration
Three-phase 400 VAC R88D-KN75F-ECT (7.5kW)
233
222
207
162
117
72
27
5.2
5.2
φ5.2
R2.6
3.5
334
70
φ5.2
R2.6
220
2.5
φ5.2 R2.6
R2.6
235
27
180
233
5.2
5.2
Automation Software
φ5.2
5.2
10-M4
45
R2.6
220 235 250
R2.6
Machine Automation Controller
5.2
Mounting dimensions
27
72
162
207
Three-phase 400 VAC R88D-KN150F-ECT (15kW)
Performance
Specifications
Mounting dimensions
261
261
4
30.5
7.5
70
271
30.5
4-M6
7.5
Version
Information
435 450
Dimensions
R3.5
Remote I/O Terminals
R3.5
Vision Sensor
Components
and Functions
435 450
Multi-function Compact Inverter
7 dia.
7 dia.
200
EtherCAT
Communications
Specifications
231
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
General
Specifications
117
30.5
231
Ordering Information
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G5-Series AC Servomotors
R88M-K
INC
ABS/INC
Servo family for accurate motion control.
Power range extended up to 15kW
• Maximum rotation speed : 6,000 r/min
• Featuring a 20-bit high-resolution incremental encoder
• Servomotors Conform to IP67
• 60% cogging torque reduction
General Specifications
1,000-r/min motors
1,500-r/min motors
2,000-r/min motors
3,000-r/min motors
Item
50 to 750W
1 to 5kW
Ambient operating temperature
and operating humidity
0 to 40°C
20 to 85% RH (with no condensation)
Storage ambient temperature and
humidity
−20 to +65°C, 20% to 85% RH (with no condensation)
Guaranteed maximum temperature: 72 hours at 80°C
900W to 15kW
Operating and storage
atmosphere
No corrosive gases
Vibration resistance *1
Acceleration of 49 m/s2
24.5 m/s2 max. in X, Y, and Z directions when the motor is stopped
Impact resistance
Acceleration of 98 m/s2 max. 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions
Insulation resistance
Between power terminal and FG terminal: 20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC Megger)
Dielectric strength
1,500 VAC between power terminal and FG terminal (sensed current 10 mA) for 1 min (voltage 100 V,
200 V)
1,800 VAC between power terminal and FG terminal (sensed current 10 mA) for 1 min (voltage 400 V)
1,000 VAC between brake terminal and FG terminal (sensed current 10 mA) for 1 min
Insulation class
Type B
Protective structure
IP67 (except for through-shaft parts and motor and encoder connector pins)
EMC
directive
International
standard
EC
directive Low
voltage
directive
UL standards
Type F
EN55011 classA group1
EN61000-6-2, IEC61800-3, IEC61326-3-1
EN60034-1/-5
UL1004-1
UL1004-1,UL1004-6 *2
CSA standards
CSA 22.2 No.100
*1 The amplitude may be amplified by machine resonance. Do not exceed 80% of the specified value for extended periods of time.
*2 UL 1004-6 applies only to 1,500-r/min Servomotors of 7.5 to 15 kW and 1,000-r/min Servomotors of 4.5 to 6 kW.
Note: 1. Do not use the cable when it is laying in oil or water.
2. Do not expose the cable outlet or connections to stress due to bending or the weight of the cable itself.
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G5-Series
AC Servomotors
Performance Specifications
System Configuration
<Cylinder type>
• 3,000 r/min Servomotors (100 VAC Input Power)
Model (R88M-)
Item
Unit
K05030H
K10030L
K20030L
K40030L
K05030T
K10030S
K20030S
K40030S
Rated output *1
W
50
100
200
400
Rated torque *1
N•m
0.16
0.32
0.64
1.3
Rated rotation speed
r/min
3.8
Momentary maximum rotation
speed
r/min
Momentary maximum torque*1
N•m
0.48
0.95
1.91
Rated current *1
A (rms)
1.1
1.6
2.5
4.6
Momentary maximum current*1
A (rms)
4.7
6.9
10.6
19.5
Without brake
kg • m2
0.025×10-4
0.051×10-4
0.14×10-4
0.26×10-4
With brake
kg • m2
0.027×10-4
0.054×10-4
0.16×10-4
0.28×10-4
Rotor inertia
6,000
−
Applicable load inertia
Torque constant *1
30 times the rotor inertia max. *2
0.11±10%
0.14±10%
0.20±10%
kW/s
10.1
19.8
28.9
62.4
With brake
kW/s
9.4
18.7
25.3
37.8
Mechanical time Without brake
constant
With brake
ms
1.43
1.03
0.61
0.48
ms
1.54
1.09
0.70
0.52
Electrical time constant
ms
0.82
0.91
3.0
3.4
Allowable radial load *3
N
68
68
245
245
Power rate *
Allowable thrust load *3
58
58
98
98
kg
Approx. 0.31
Approx. 0.45
Approx. 0.78
Approx. 1.2
With brake
kg
Approx. 0.51
Approx. 0.65
Approx. 1.2
Approx. 1.6
Radiator plate dimensions (material)
100×80×t10 (AI)
Applicable drivers (R88D-)
KN01L-ECT
KN02L-ECT
KN04L-ECT
2×10-7
2×10-7
1.8×10-6
1.8×10-6
Excitation voltage *4
V
Power consumption (at 20°C)
W
7
7
9
9
Current consumption (at 20°C)
A
0.3
0.3
0.36
0.36
N•m
0.29 min.
0.29 min.
1.27 min.
1.27 min.
Attraction time *5
ms
35 max.
35 max.
50 max.
50 max.
Release time *5
ms
20 max.
20 max.
15 max.
20 max.
±1°
Backlash
J
39.2
39.2
137
137
Allowable total work
J
4.9×103
4.9×103
44.1×103
44.1×103
30,000 max. (Speed of 2,800 r/min or more must not be changed in less than 10 ms)
−
10 million times min.
Rating
−
Continuous
Insulation class
−
Type F
Vision Sensor
Remote I/O Terminals
*1 These are the values when the motor is combined with a driver at normal temperature (20°C, 65%). The momentary maximum torque indicates
the standard value.
*2 Applicable load inertia.
• The operable load inertia ratio (load inertia/rotor inertia) depends on the mechanical configuration and its rigidity. For a machine with high
rigidity, operation is possible even with high load inertia. Select an appropriate motor and confirm that operation is possible.
• If the dynamic brake is activated frequently with high load inertia, the Dynamic Brake Resistor may burn. Do not repeatedly turn the servo
ON/OFF while the dynamic brake is enabled.
• The dynamic brake is designed only for emergency stops. Design the system so that the Servomotor remains stopped for at least 3 minutes
after applying the dynamic brake. Otherwise the dynamic brake circuits may fail.
*3 The allowable radial and thrust loads are the values determined for a limit of 20,000 hours at normal operating temperatures. The allowable
radial loads are applied as shown in the following diagram.
Combination
table
rad/s2
Brake limit
Allowable angular acceleration
Dimensions
Allowable work per braking
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Static friction torque
24 VDC±10%
Encoder
Specifications
Brake specifications
KNA5L-ECT
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
kg • m2
Brake inertia
130×120×t12 (AI)
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
N
Without brake
General
Specifications
Weight
0.21±10%
Automation Software
N • m/A
Without brake
1
Machine Automation Controller
3,000
Radial load
Thrust load
Center of shaft (LR/2)
*4 This is a non-excitation brake. (It is released when excitation voltage is applied.)
*5 The operation time is the value (reference value) measured with a surge suppressor (CR50500 by Okaya Electric Industries Co., Ltd.).
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G5-Series
AC Servomotors
Torque and Rotation Speed Characteristics
• 3,000 r/min Servomotors (100 VAC Input Power)
The following graphs show the characteristics with a 3-m standard cable and a 100 VAC input.
• R88M-K05030H/T (50W)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
0.48 (4,000)
(N • m)
0.48
0.5
Momentary operation range
0.25
0.16
1.0 0.95
0.08
1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000
(r/min)
0.32
0.32
Continuous operation range4,300
0
(N • m)
2.0 1.91
0.95 (3,700)
Momentary operation range
0.5
• R88M-K20030L/S (200W)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
0.3
0.16
Continuous operation range
0
• R88M-K10030L/S (100W)
0.56
0.4
Momentary operation range
1.0
0.16
1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000
(r/min)
Power supply voltage
1.91 (2,600) dropped by 10%
0.64
0.64
Continuous operation range
0
3,100
0.8
0.64
0.32
1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000
(r/min)
• R88M-K40030L/S (400W)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
4.0 3.8
3.8 (2,600)
Momentary operation range
2.0
1.3
0
1.7
1.3
1.3
Continuous operation range
3,100
0.32
1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000
(r/min)
Note: 1. The continuous operation range is the range in which continuous operation is possible. Continuous operation at the maximum speed is
also possible. However,doing so will reduce the output torque.
2. If the motor power cable exceeds 20 m, the voltage drop will increase and the momentary operation range will become narrower.
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G5-Series
AC Servomotors
Performance Specifications
System Configuration
• 3,000 r/min Servomotors (200 VAC Input Power)
Brake specifications
39.2
137
137
−
−
−
392
392
392
392
392
1470
1470
4.9×105
4.9×105
4.9×105
4.9×106
4.9×106
2.2×106
2.2×106
10,000
10 million times min.
Continuous
Type F
Remote I/O Terminals
*1 These are the values when the motor is combined with a driver at normal temperature (20°C, 65%). The momentary maximum torque indicates
the standard value.
*2 Applicable load inertia.
• The operable load inertia ratio (load inertia/rotor inertia) depends on the mechanical configuration and its rigidity. For a machine with high
rigidity, operation is possible even with high load inertia. Select an appropriate motor and confirm that operation is possible.
•If the dynamic brake is activated frequently with high load inertia, the Dynamic Brake Resistor may burn. Do not repeatedly turn the servo ON/
OFF while the dynamic brake is enabled.
•The dynamic brake is designed only for emergency stops. Design the system so that the Servomotor remains stopped for at least 3 minutes
after applying the dynamic brake. Otherwise the dynamic brake circuits may fail.
*3 The allowable radial and thrust loads are the values determined for a limit of 20,000 hours at normal operating temperatures. The allowable
radial loads are applied as shown in the following diagram.
Ordering Information
Radial load
Thrust load
Center of shaft (LR/2)
*4
*5
*6
*7
Vision Sensor
rad/s2
4.9×103
4.9×103 44.1×103 44.1×103
30,000 max. (Speed of 2,800 r/min or more
must not be changed in less than 10 ms)
Multi-function Compact Inverter
J
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
39.2
J
50 max.
50 max.
50 max.
50 max.
80 max. 110 max. 110 max.
15 max. *6 15 max. *6 15 max. *6 15 max. *6 15 max. *6 50 max. *7 50 max. *7
±1°
Automation Software
50 max.
15 max.
Machine Automation Controller
50 max.
15 max.
Combination
table
35 max.
20 max.
Dimensions
35 max.
20 max.
Encoder
Specifications
ms
ms
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
Attraction time *5
Release time *5
Backlash
Allowable work per
braking
Allowable total work
Allowable angular
acceleration
Brake limit
Rating
Insulation class
General
Specifications
Model (R88M-) K05030H
K10030H
K20030H
K40030H
K75030H K1K030H K1K530H K2K030H K3K030H K4K030H K5K030H
Item
Unit
K05030T
K10030T
K20030T
K40030T
K75030T
K1K030T K1K530T K2K030T K3K030T K4K030T K5K030T
1
Rated output *
W
50
100
200
400
750
1000
1500
2000
3000
4000
5000
Rated torque *1
N•m
0.16
0.32
0.64
1.3
2.4
3.18
4.77
6.37
9.55
12.7
15.9
Rated rotation speed
r/min
3,000
Momentary maximum
r/min
6,000
5,000
4,500
rotation speed]
Momentary maximum
N•m
0.48
0.95
1.91
3.8
7.1
9.55
14.3
19.1
28.6
38.2
47.7
torque *1
Rated current *1
A (rms)
1.1
1.1
1.5
2.4
4.1
6.6
8.2
11.3
18.1
19.6
24.0
Momentary maximum
A
(rms)
4.7
4.7
6.5
10.2
28
35
48
77
83
102
current *1
Without
kg • m2 0.025×10-4 0.051×10-4 0.14×10-4 0.26×10-4 0.87×10-4 2.03×10-4 2.84×10-4 3.68×10-4 6.50×10-4 12.9×10-4 17.4×10-4
Rotor
brake
inertia
With brake kg • m2 0.027×10-4 0.054×10-4 0.16×10-4 0.28×10-4 0.97×10-4 2.35×10-4 3.17×10-4 4.01×10-4 7.85×10-4 14.2×10-4 18.6×10-4
20 times the
15 times the rotor
Applicable load inertia
−
30 times the rotor inertia max. *2
15 times the rotor inertia max. *2
rotor inertia
inertia max. *2
max. *2
Torque constant *1
N • m/A 0.11±10% 0.21±10% 0.32±10% 0.40±10% 0.45±10%
0.37
0.45
0.44
0.41
0.49
0.49
Without
kW/s
10.1
19.8
28.9
62.3
65.4
49.8
80.1
110
140
126
146
Power rate brake
*1
With brake
kW/s
9.4
18.7
25.3
57.8
58.7
43.0
71.8
101
116
114
136
Without
Mechanims
1.43
1.07
0.58
0.43
0.37
0.61
0.49
0.44
0.41
0.51
0.50
brake
cal time
constant
With brake
ms
1.54
1.13
0.66
0.46
0.42
0.71
0.55
0.48
0.49
0.56
0.54
Electrical time constant
ms
0.82
0.90
3.2
3.4
5.3
5.8
6.3
6.7
11
12
13
Allowable radial load *3
N
68
68
245
245
490
490
490
490
490
784
784
Allowable thrust load *3
N
58
58
98
98
196
196
196
196
196
343
343
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Without
kg
0.31
0.46
0.79
1.2
2.3
3.5
4.4
5.3
8.3
11.0
14.0
brake
Weight
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
Approx.
With brake
kg
0.51
0.66
1.2
1.6
3.1
4.5
5.4
6.3
9.4
12.6
16.0
Radiator plate dimensions
170×160
100×80×t10 (AI)
130×120×t12 (AI)
320×300×t20 (AI)
380×350×t30 (AI)
(material)
×t12 (AI)
KN01HKN01HKN02HKN04HKN08HKN15HKN15HKN20HKN30HKN50HKN50HApplicable drives (R88D-)
ECT
ECT
ECT
ECT
ECT
ECT
ECT
ECT
ECT
ECT
ECT
2
-7
-7
-6
-6
-4
-4
-4
-4
-4
-4
Brake inertia
kg • m
2×10
2×10
1.8×10
1.8×10
0.33×10
0.33×10
0.33×10
0.33×10
0.33×10
1.35×10
1.35×10-4
Excitation voltage *4
V
24 VDC±10%
Power consumption
W
7
7
9
9
17
19
19
19
19
22
22
(at 20°C)
Current consumption
A
0.3
0.3
0.36
0.36
0.70±10% 0.81±10% 0.81±10± 0.81±10% 0.81±10% 0.90±10% 0.90±10%
(at 20°C)
Static friction
N • m 0.29 min. 0.29 min. 1.27 min. 1.27 min. 2.5 min.
7.8 min.
7.8 min.
7.8 min. 11.8 min. 16.1 min. 16.1 min.
torque
This is a non-excitation brake. (It is released when excitation voltage is applied.)
The operation time is the value (reference value) measured with a surge suppressor (CR50500 by Okaya Electric Industries Co., Ltd.).
Direct current switching with a varistor (Z15D151 by Ishizuka Electronics Co.).
Direct current switching with a varistor (TNR9G820K by Nippon Chemi-Con Corporation).
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G5-Series
AC Servomotors
Torque and Rotation Speed Characteristics
• 3,000 r/min Servomotors (200 VAC Input Power)
The following graphs show the characteristics with a 3 m standard cable and a 200 VAC input.
• R88M-K05030H/T (50W)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
0.48 (4000)
(N • m)
0.5
• R88M-K10030H/T (100W)
0.48
• R88M-K20030H/T (200W)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
0.95 (5,000)
1.0 0.95
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(4,000)
1.91 (4,600)
(N • m)
2.0 1.91
0.9
0.3
Momentary operation range
0.25
0.16
0.5
0.16
0.08
Continuous operation range
0
1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000
(r/min)
• R88M-K40030H/T (400W)
(3,100) 3.8 (3,600)
4.0 3.8
1.3
2.0
1.7
1.3
1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000
(r/min)
• R88M-K1K530H/T (1.5kW)
(3,200)
15 14.3
0
4.77
4.0
1,000
2,000
3,000
4,000 5,000
(r/min)
0
1,000
2,000
3,000
3,000
1,000
2,000
3,000
4,000 5,000
(r/min)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
30
28.6
(3,100)
28.7 (3,400)
Momentary operation range
7.0
15
9.55
9.55
Continuous operation range
4,000 5,000
(r/min)
0
1,000
2,000
3,000
12.0
8.0
5.7
4,000 5,000
(r/min)
(2,800)
47.8 (3,200)
Momentary operation range
25
12.7
Continuous operation range
2,000
1.9
4.0
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
50 47.7
(2,800) 38.2 (3,100)
12.7
19.1 (3,700)
6.37
(N • m)
Momentary operation range
20
1,000
Continuous operation range
• R88M-K5K030H/T (5kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
40 38.2
0
6.0
(N • m)
Continuous operation range
• R88M-K4K030H/T (4kW)
(N • m)
6.37
9.55 (4,200)
Momentary operation range
3.18
3.18
0
Momentary operation range
10
4.77
(3,800)
• R88M-K3K030H/T (3kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(3,300)
5
0.60
1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000
(r/min)
Continuous operation range
0
3.4
3.0
2.4
20 19.1
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
10 9.55
7.1 (3,600)
Continuous operation range
Momentary operation range
7.5
2.4
0.32
1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000
(r/min)
Momentary operation range
4.0
(N • m)
14.3 (3,600)
Continuous operation range
0
(N • m)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(3,200)
1.3
1.1
0.64
• R88M-K1K030H/T (1kW)
• R88M-K2K030H/T (2kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000
(r/min)
(N • m)
0.64
0.16
Continuous operation range
0
0.64
Continuous operation range
0
Momentary operation range
1.0
0.32
8.0 7.1
Momentary operation range
2.0
0.32
• R88M-K75030H/T (750W)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
Momentary operation range
10.0
4,000 5,000
(r/min)
15.9
15.9
15.0
Continuous operation range
0
1,000
2,000
3,000
4,000 5,000
(r/min)
Note: 1. The continuous operation range is the range in which continuous operation is possible. Continuous operation at the maximum speed is
also possible. However,doing so will reduce the output torque.
2. If the motor power cable exceeds 20 m, the voltage drop will increase and the momentary operation range will become narrower.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
Performance Specifications
System Configuration
• 3,000 r/min Servomotors (400 VAC Input Power)
Model (R88M-)
Item
Unit
K75030F
K1K030F
K1K530F
K2K030F
K3K030F
K4K030F
K5K030F
K75030C
K1K030C
K1K530C
K2K030C
K3K030C
K4K030C
K5K030C
Rated output *1
W
750
1,000
1,500
2,000
3,000
4,000
5,000
Rated torque *1
N•m
2.39
3.18
4.77
6.37
9.55
12.7
15.9
Rated rotation speed
r/min
Momentary maximum rotation speed
r/min
Momentary maximum
torque*1
N•m
7.16
9.55
14.3
19.1
28.6
38.2
47.7
A (rms)
2.4
3.3
4.2
5.7
9.2
9.9
12.0
A (rms)
10
14
18
24
39
42
51
Without
brake
kg • m2
1.61×10-4
2.03×10-4
2.84×10-4
3.68×10-4
6.50×10-4
12.9×10-4
17.4×10-4
With brake
kg • m2
1.93×10-4
2.35×10-4
3.17×10-4
4.01×10-4
7.85×10-4
14.2×10-4
18.6×10-4
−
20 times the
rotor inertia
max. *2
Momentary maximum current
*1
Rotor inertia
Torque constant *1
4,500
15 times the rotor inertia max. *2
0.89
0.87
0.81
0.98
0.98
49.8
80.1
110
140
126
146
With brake
kW/s
29.6
43
71.8
101
116
114
136
Without
brake
ms
0.67
0.60
0.49
0.45
0.40
0.51
0.50
With brake
ms
0.8
0.70
0.55
0.49
0.49
0.56
0.54
Electrical time constant
ms
5.9
5.8
6.5
6.6
12
13
13
Allowable radial load *3
N
490
490
490
490
490
784
784
Allowable thrust load *3
N
196
196
196
196
196
343
343
Without
brake
kg
Approx. 3.1
Approx. 3.5
Approx. 4.4
Approx. 5.3
Approx. 8.3
Approx. 11.0
Approx. 14.0
With brake
kg
Approx. 4.1
Approx. 4.5
Approx. 5.4
Approx. 6.3
Approx. 9.4
Approx. 12.6
Approx. 16.0
Power rate *1
Mechanical
time constant
Weight
Radiator plate dimensions (material)
Applicable drives (R88D-)
380×350×t30 (AI)
KN15F-ECT
KN20F-ECT
KN30F-ECT
KN50F-ECT
KN50F-ECT
0.33×10-4
0.33×10-4
0.33×10-4
0.33×10-4
0.33×10-4
1.35×10-4
Excitation voltage *4
V
Power consumption (at 20°C)
W
17
19
19
19
19
22
22
Current consumption (at 20°C)
A
0.70±10%
0.81±10%
0.81±10%
0.81±10%
0.81±10%
0.90±10%
0.90±10%
Static friction torque
24 VDC±10%
2.5 min.
7.8 min.
7.8 min.
7.8 min.
11.8 min.
16.1 min.
16.1 min.
ms
50 max.
50 max.
50 max.
50 max.
80 max.
110 max.
110 max.
Release time *5
ms
15 max. *6
15 max. *6
15 max. *6
15 max. *6
15 max. *6
50 max. *7
50 max. *7
±1°
Backlash
J
392
392
392
392
392
1470
1470
Allowable total work
J
4.9×105
4.9×105
4.9×105
4.9×105
4.9×105
2.2×106
2.2×106
rad/s2
10,000
Brake limit
−
10 million times min.
Rating
−
Continuous
Insulation class
−
Type F
Remote I/O Terminals
*1 These are the values when the motor is combined with a driver at normal temperature (20°C, 65%). The momentary maximum torque indicates
the standard value.
*2 Applicable load inertia.
• The operable load inertia ratio (load inertia/rotor inertia) depends on the mechanical configuration and its rigidity. For a machine with high
rigidity, operation is possible even with high load inertia. Select an appropriate motor and confirm that operation is possible.
•If the dynamic brake is activated frequently with high load inertia, the Dynamic Brake Resistor may burn. Do not repeatedly turn the servo ON/
OFF while the dynamic brake is enabled.
•The dynamic brake is designed only for emergency stops. Design the system so that the Servomotor remains stopped for at least 3 minutes
after applying the dynamic brake. Otherwise the dynamic brake circuits may fail.
*3 The allowable radial and thrust loads are the values determined for a limit of 20,000 hours at normal operating temperatures. The allowable
radial loads are applied as shown in the following diagram.
Vision Sensor
Allowable angular acceleration
Combination
table
Allowable work per braking
Dimensions
N•m
Attraction time *5
Multi-function Compact Inverter
KN15F-ECT
0.33×10-4
Encoder
Specifications
KN10F-ECT
kg • m2
Brake inertia
Brake specifications
320×300×t20 (AI)
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
0.75
35.5
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
0.78
kW/s
General
Specifications
N • m/A
Without
brake
Automation Software
Applicable load inertia
5,000
Machine Automation Controller
Rated current *
1
3,000
Radial load
Ordering Information
Thrust load
Center of shaft (LR/2)
*4
*5
*6
*7
This is a non-excitation brake. (It is released when excitation voltage is applied.)
The operation time is the value (reference value) measured with a surge suppressor (CR50500 by Okaya Electric Industries Co., Ltd.).
Direct current switching with a varistor (Z15D151 by Ishizuka Electronics Co.).
Direct current switching with a varistor (TNR9G820K by Nippon Chemi-Con Corporation).
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G5-Series
AC Servomotors
Torque and Rotation Speed Characteristics
• 3,000 r/min Servomotors (400 VAC Input Power)
The following graphs show the characteristics with a 3 m standard cable and a 400 VAC input.
• R88M-K75030F/C (750W)
• R88M-K1K030F/C (1kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
8 7.16
(3,500)
7.16 (3,800)
(N • m)
2.39
2.6
1.6
2.39
Continuous operation range
0
1,000
2,000
3,000
4,000 5,000
(r/min)
• R88M-K2K030F/C (2kW)
(3,300)
20 19.1
19.1 (3,700)
10
6.37
1,000
2,000
7.0
3,000
4.77
1.9
Continuous operation range
0
1,000
2,000
3,000
4,000 5,000
(r/min)
30 28.6
(3,100)
0
15
2.0
4,000 5,000
(r/min)
9.55
9.55
Continuous operation range
0
1,000
2000
3,000
4.77
1,000
2,000
3,000
4.0
4,000 5,000
(r/min)
• R88M-K4K030F/C (4kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
7.5
28.7 (3,400)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
(2,800)
40 38.2
38.2 (3,100)
Momentary operation range
Momentary operation range
6.37
Continuous operation range
0
4.0
3.18
14.3 (3,600)
Momentary operation range
6.0
3.18
Continuous operation range
Momentary operation range
(3,200)
15 14.3
Momentary operation range
• R88M-K3K030F/C (3kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
5
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
(3,800) 9.55 (4,200)
10 9.55
Momentary operation range
4
• R88M-K1K530F/C (1.5kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
12.0
8.0
5.7
20
4,000 5,000
(r/min)
0
12.7
12.7
Continuous operation range
1,000
2,000
3,000
10
4,000 5,000
(r/min)
• R88M-K5K030F/C (5kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
50 47.7
(2,800)
47.7 (3,200)
Momentary operation range
25
15.9
15.9
15
Continuous operation range
0
1,000
2,000
3,000
4,000 5,000
(r/min)
Note: 1. The continuous operation range is the range in which continuous operation is possible. Continuous operation at the maximum speed is
also possible. However,doing so will reduce the output torque.
2. If the motor power cable exceeds 20 m, the voltage drop will increase and the momentary operation range will become narrower.
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G5-Series
AC Servomotors
Performance Specifications
System Configuration
• 1,500r/min, 2,000 r/min Servomotors (200 VAC Input Power)
K1K020H
K1K520H
K2K020H
K3K020H
K4K020H
K5K020H
−
−
−
Unit
K1K020T
K1K520T
K2K020T
K3K020T
K4K020T
K5K020T
K7K515T
K11K015T
K15K015T
Rated output *1
W
1,000
1,500
2,000
3,000
4,000
5,000
7,500
11,000
15,000
Rated torque *1
N•m
4.77
7.16
9.55
14.3
19.1
23.9
47.8
70.0
95.0
Rated rotation speed
r/min
Model (R88M-)
Item
2,000
1,500
Momentary maximum
rotation speed
r/min
Momentary maximum torque *1
N•m
14.3
21.5
28.6
43.0
57.3
71.6
119.0
175.0
224.0
A (rms)
5.7
9.4
11.5
17.4
21.0
25.9
44.0
54.2
66.1
A (rms)
24
40
49
74
89
110
165
203
236
kg • m2
4.60×10-4
6.70×10-4
8.72×10-4
12.9×10-4
37.6×10-4
48.0×10-4
101×10-4
212×10-4
302×10-4
2
-4
-4
-4
-4
-4
-4
-4
-4
Momentary maximum current
*1
Rotor inertia
Without
brake
With brake
kg • m
5.90×10
7.99×10
10.0×10
14.2×10
−
Applicable load inertia
Torque constant *1
2,000
38.6×10
48.8×10
107×10
220×10
311×10-4
10 times the rotor inertia max. *2
0.64
0.59
0.70
0.70
0.77
0.92
1.05
76.5
105
159
97.1
119
226
231
302
With brake
kW/s
38.6
64.2
91.2
144
94.5
117
213
223
293
Without
brake
ms
0.80
0.66
0.66
0.57
0.65
0.63
0.58
0.80
0.71
With brake
ms
1.02
0.80
0.76
0.63
0.66
0.64
0.61
0.83
0.74
Electrical time constant
ms
9.4
10
10
12
20
19
21
31
32
Allowable radial load *3
N
490
490
490
784
784
784
1,176
2,254
2,254
Allowable thrust load *3
Mechanical
time constant
Weight
196
196
196
343
343
343
490
686
686
kg
Approx.
5.2
Approx.
6.7
Approx.
8.0
Approx.
11.0
Approx.
15.5
Approx.
18.6
Approx.
36.4
Approx.
52.7
Approx.
70.2
With brake
kg
Approx.
6.7
Approx.
8.2
Approx.
9.5
Approx.
12.6
Approx.
18.7
Approx.
21.8
Approx.
40.4
Approx.
58.9
Approx.
76.3
Radiator plate dimensions (material)
Applicable drives (R88D-)
KN20HECT
KN30HECT
1.35×10-4
1.35×10-4
1.35×10-4
1.35×10-4
670×630×t35 (AI)
KN50HECT
KN50HECT
KN75HECT
KN150HECT
KN150HECT
4.7×10-4
4.7×10-4
4.7×10-4
7.1×10-4
7.1×10-4
Excitation voltage *4
V
Power consumption (at 20°C)
W
14
19
19
22
31
31
34
26
26
Current consumption (at 20°C)
A
0.59±10%
0.79±10%
0.79±10%
0.90±10%
1.3±10%
1.3±10%
1.4±10%
1.08±10%
1.08±10%
Static friction torque
24 VDC±10%
N•m
4.9 min.
13.7 min.
13.7 min.
16.2 min.
24.5 min.
24.5 min.
58.8 min.
100 min.
100 min.
Attraction time *5
ms
80 max.
100 max.
100 max.
110 max.
80 max.
80 max.
150 max.
300 max.
300 max.
Release time *5
ms
70 max. *6
50 max. *6
50 max. *6
50 max. *6
25 max. *7
25 max. *7
50 max.
140 max.
140 max.
±1°
Backlash
J
588
1,176
1,176
1,470
1,372
1,372
1,372
2,000
2,000
Allowable total work
J
7.8×105
1.5×106
1.5×106
2.2×106
2.9×106
2.9×106
2.9×106
4.0×106
4.0×106
rad/s2
10,000
5,000
Brake limit
−
10 million times min.
Rating
−
Continuous
Insulation class
−
Type F
3,000
Remote I/O Terminals
*1 These are the values when the motor is combined with a driver at normal temperature (20°C, 65%). The momentary maximum torque indicates
the standard value.
*2 Applicable load inertia.
• The operable load inertia ratio (load inertia/rotor inertia) depends on the mechanical configuration and its rigidity. For a machine with high
rigidity, operation is possible even with high load inertia. Select an appropriate motor and confirm that operation is possible.
•If the dynamic brake is activated frequently with high load inertia, the Dynamic Brake Resistor may burn. Do not repeatedly turn the servo ON/
OFF while the dynamic brake is enabled.
•The dynamic brake is designed only for emergency stops. Design the system so that the Servomotor remains stopped for at least 3 minutes
after applying the dynamic brake. Otherwise the dynamic brake circuits may fail.
*3 The allowable radial and thrust loads are the values determined for a limit of 20,000 hours at normal operating temperatures. The allowable
radial loads are applied as shown in the following diagram.
Vision Sensor
Allowable angular
acceleration
Combination
table
Allowable work per braking
Dimensions
Brake specifications
KN15HECT
550×520×t
30 (AI)
Multi-function Compact Inverter
KN10HECT
470×440×t30 (AI)
Encoder
Specifications
kg • m2
Brake inertia
380×350×t
30 (AI)
275×260×t15 (AI)
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
N
Without
brake
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
0.58
49.5
Automation Software
0.63
kW/s
General
Specifications
N • m/A
Without
brake
Power rate *1
Machine Automation Controller
Rated current *1
3,000
Radial load
Ordering Information
Thrust load
Center of shaft (LR/2)
*4
*5
*6
*7
This is a non-excitation brake. (It is released when excitation voltage is applied.)
The operation time is the value (reference value) measured with a surge suppressor (CR50500 by Okaya Electric Industries Co., Ltd.).
Direct current switching with a varistor (Z15D151 by Ishizuka Electronics Co.).
Direct current switching with a varistor (TNR9G820K by Nippon Chemi-Con Corporation).
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G5-Series
AC Servomotors
Torque and Rotation Speed Characteristics
• 1,500r/min, 2,000 r/min Servomotors (200 VAC Input Power)
The following graphs show the characteristics with a 3 m standard cable and a 200 VAC input.
• R88M-K1K020H/T (1kW)
• R88M-K1K520H/T (1.5kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
10
5
Momentary operation range
Momentary operation range
4.77
4.77
Continuous operation range
0
1,000
6.0
4.0
3.2
3,000 (r/min)
2,000
• R88M-K3K020H/T (3kW)
10 7.16
1,000
• R88M-K4K020H/T (4kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
50 43.0
25
(2,200)
14.3
1,000
2,000
28.0
20.0
• R88M-K7K515T (7.5kW)
119.0
100
50
47.8(1500)
Continuous operation range
0
1000
2000
19.1
25.0
19.1
Continuous operation range
1,000
0
(1,900)
71.6 (2,100)
70.0
130.0
1,000
0
(N • m)
224.0
2,000
20.0
3.0
3,000 (r/min)
95.5
95.5(1500)
Continuous operation range
52.5
2000 (r/min)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
224.0(1700)
(1500)
200 Momentary operation range
100
70.0(1500)
1000
23.9
• R88M-K15K015T (15kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(1700) 175.0(2000)
Continuous operation range
0
23.9
Continuous operation range
150
75
35
13.0
3,000 (r/min)
2,000
(N • m)
175.0
12.0
3000 (r/min)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
71.6
Momentary operation range
60.0
3,000 (r/min)
Momentary operation range
Momentary operation range
47.8
2,000
1,000
70
• R88M-K11K015T (11kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(2200) 119.0(2500)
(N • m)
Continuous operation range
0
15.0
11.0
6.4
Momentary operation range
25
9.5
3,000 (r/min)
9.55
57.3 (2,100)
50
Continuous operation range
0
(1,900)
9.55
• R88M-K5K020H/T (5kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
57.3
43.0 (2,400)
Momentary operation range
14.3
3,000 (r/min)
2,000
15
6.0
4.8
Continuous operation range
0
(N • m)
(N • m)
Momentary operation range
10.0
7.16
(2,000) 28.6 (2,200)
28.6
30
20
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
(2,000) 21.5 (2,300)
21.5
(2,000) 14.3 (2,200)
15 14.3
• R88M-K2K020H/T (2kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
0
1000
95.5
57.0
2000 (r/min)
Note: 1. The continuous operation range is the range in which continuous operation is possible. Continuous operation at the maximum speed is
also possible. However,doing so will reduce the output torque.
2. If the motor power cable exceeds 20 m, the voltage drop will increase and the momentary operation range will become narrower.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
Performance Specifications
System Configuration
• 1,500r/min, 2,000 r/min Servomotors (400 VAC Input Power)
−
−
−
K60020C
K1K020C
K1K520C
K2K020C
K3K020C
K4K020C
K5K020C
K7K515C
K11K015C
K15K015C
Model (R88M-) K40020F K60020F K1K020F K1K520F K2K020F K3K020F K4K020F K5K020F
Item
Unit
K40020C
Rated output *1
W
400
600
1,000
1,500
2,000
3,000
4,000
5,000
7,500
11,000
15,000
Rated torque *1
N•m
1.91
2.86
4.77
7.16
9.55
14.3
19.1
23.9
47.8
70.0
95.9
Rated rotation speed
r/min
Momentary maximum
rotation speed
r/min
1,500
3,000
2,000
N•m
5.73
8.59
14.3
21.5
28.7
43.0
57.3
71.6
119.0
175.0
224.0
Rated current *1
A (rms)
1.2
1.5
2.8
4.7
5.9
8.7
10.6
13.0
22.0
27.1
33.1
Momentary maximum
current *1
A (rms)
4.9
6.5
12
20
25
37
45
55
83
101
118
Without
brake
kg • m2
1.61×10-4 2.03×10-4 4.60×10-4 6.70×10-4 8.72×10-4 12.9×10-4 37.6×10-4 48.0×10-4
101×10-4
212×10-4
302×10-4
With brake
kg • m2
1.90×10-4 2.35×10-4 5.90×10-4 7.99×10-4 10.0×10-4 14.2×10-4 38.6×10-4 48.8×10-4
107×10-4
220×10-4
311×10-4
Rotor
inertia
−
Applicable load inertia
Torque constant *1
*1
10 times the rotor inertia max. *2
N • m/A
1.27
1.38
1.27
1.16
1.27
1.18
1.40
1.46
1.54
1.84
2.10
Without
brake
kW/s
22.7
40.3
49.5
76.5
105
159
97.1
119
226
231
302
With brake
kW/s
19.2
34.8
38.6
64.2
91.2
144
94.5
117
213
223
293
ms
0.70
0.62
0.79
0.66
0.68
0.56
0.60
0.60
0.58
0.80
0.71
0.74
Without
Mechanical
brake
time constant
With brake
ms
0.83
0.72
1.01
0.79
0.78
0.61
0.61
0.61
0.61
0.83
Electrical time constant
ms
5.7
5.9
10
10
10
12
21
19
21
31
32
Allowable radial load *3
N
490
490
490
490
490
784
784
784
1,176
2,254
2,254
196
196
196
196
196
343
343
343
490
686
686
kg
Approx.
3.1
Approx.
3.5
Approx.
5.2
Approx.
6.7
Approx.
8.0
Approx.
11.0
Approx.
15.5
Approx.
18.6
Approx.
36.4
Approx.
52.7
Approx.
70.2
With brake
kg
Approx.
4.1
Approx.
4.5
Approx.
6.7
Approx.
8.2
Approx.
9.5
Approx.
12.6
Approx.
18.7
Approx.
21.8
Approx.
40.4
Approx.
58.9
Approx.
76.3
320×300×t20 (AI)
KN06FECT
Applicable drives (R88D-)
kg • m2
V
Power consumption
(at 20°C)
KN15FECT
KN20FECT
KN30FECT
1.35×10-4 1.35×10-4 1.35×10-4 1.35×10-4 1.35×10-4 1.35×10-4
550×520
×t30 (AI)
670×630×t35 (AI)
KN50FECT
KN50FECT
KN75FECT
KN150FECT
KN150FECT
4.7×10-4
4.7×10-4
4.7×10-4
7.1×10-4
7.1×10-4
24 VDC±10%
17
17
14
19
19
22
31
31
34
26
26
A
0.70±10%
0.70±10%
Static friction torque
N•m
2.5 min.
2.5 min.
0.59±10%
0.79±10%
0.79±10%
0.90±10%
1.3±10%
1.3±10%
1.4±10%
1.08±10%
1.08±10%
4.9 min.
13.7 min. 13.7 min. 16.2 min. 24.5 min. 24.5 min. 58.8 min.
100 min.
Attraction time *5
ms
50 max.
50 max.
100 min.
80 max.
100 max. 100 max. 110 max.
Release time *5
ms
80 max.
80 max.
15 max. *7 15 max. *7 70 max. *6 50 max. *6 50 max. *6 50 max. *6 25 max. *7 25 max. *7
150 max. 300 max. 300 max.
50 max.
140 max. 140 max.
±1°
Backlash
J
392
392
588
1,176
1,176
1,470
1,372
1,372
1,372
2,000
2,000
Allowable total work
J
4.9×105
4.9×105
7.8×105
1.5×106
1.5×106
2.2×106
2.9×106
2.9×106
2.9×106
4.0×106
4.0×106
rad/s2
10,000
5,000
Brake limit
−
10 million times min.
Rating
−
Continuous
Insulation class
−
Type F
3,000
Remote I/O Terminals
*1 These are the values when the motor is combined with a driver at normal temperature (20°C, 65%). The momentary maximum torque indicates
the standard value.
*2 Applicable load inertia.
• The operable load inertia ratio (load inertia/rotor inertia) depends on the mechanical configuration and its rigidity. For a machine with high
rigidity, operation is possible even with high load inertia. Select an appropriate motor and confirm that operation is possible.
•If the dynamic brake is activated frequently with high load inertia, the Dynamic Brake Resistor may burn. Do not repeatedly turn the servo ON/
OFF while the dynamic brake is enabled.
•The dynamic brake is designed only for emergency stops. Design the system so that the Servomotor remains stopped for at least 3 minutes
after applying the dynamic brake. Otherwise the dynamic brake circuits may fail.
*3 The allowable radial and thrust loads are the values determined for a limit of 20,000 hours at normal operating temperatures. The allowable
radial loads are applied as shown in the following diagram.
Ordering Information
Radial load
Thrust load
Center of shaft (LR/2)
*4
*5
*6
*7
Vision Sensor
Allowable angular
acceleration
Combination
table
Allowable work per
braking
Dimensions
W
Current consumption
(at 20°C)
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Excitation voltage *4
KN10FECT
470×440×t30 (AI)
Encoder
Specifications
Brake specifications
Brake inertia
KN06FECT
380×350
×t30 (AI)
275×260×t15 (AI)
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
Radiator plate dimensions
(material)
General
Specifications
Weight
N
Without
brake
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Allowable thrust load *3
Automation Software
Power rate
Machine Automation Controller
Momentary maximum
torque *1
2,000
This is a non-excitation brake. (It is released when excitation voltage is applied.)
The operation time is the value (reference value) measured with a surge suppressor (CR50500 by Okaya Electric Industries Co., Ltd.).
Direct current switching with a varistor (Z15D151 by Ishizuka Electronics Co.).
Direct current switching with a varistor (TNR9G820K by Nippon Chemi-Con Corporation).
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
Torque and Rotation Speed Characteristics
• 1,500r/min, 2,000 r/min Servomotors (400 VAC Input Power)
The following graphs show the characteristics with a 3 m standard cable and a 400 VAC input.
• R88M-K40020F/C (400W)
• R88M-K60020F/C (600W)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
(2,400)
6 5.73
5.73 (2,700)
(N • m)
3.5
1.91
1.91
Continuous operation range
0
1,000
• R88M-K1K520F/C (1.5kW)
(2,000)
21.5
2.86
(2,000)
Continuous operation range
0
3,000 (r/min)
2,000
1,000
• R88M-K4K020F/C (4kW)
(1,900)
57.3
9.55
28.6 (2,200)
9.55
Continuous operation range
1,000
0
2,000
15.0
11.0
6.4
3,000 (r/min)
(1,900)
71.6
25.0
19.1
35
13.0
1,000
3,000 (r/min)
2,000
• R88M-K11K015C (11kW)
(N • m)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
50 43.0
25
(2,200)
Momentary operation range
14.3
14.3
Continuous operation range
1,000
0
2,000
43.0 (2,400)
28.0
20.0
9.5
3,000 (r/min)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(2200) 119.0(2500)
(N • m)
119.0
100
23.9
3,000 (r/min)
Momentary operation range
50
23.9
47.8
47.8(1500)
60.0
Continuous operation range
1,000
0
2,000
Continuous operation range
3.0
3,000 (r/min)
0
1000
2000
12.0
3000 (r/min)
• R88M-K15K015C (15kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(1700) 175.0(2000)
(N • m)
175.0
2,000
6.0
4.0
3.2
20.0
Continuous operation range
0
1,000
Momentary operation range
Momentary operation range
19.1
0
71.6 (2,100)
70
50
4.77
• R88M-K7K515C (7.5kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
57.3 (2,100)
4.77
• R88M-K3K020F/C (3kW)
• R88M-K5K020F/C (5kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
15
6.0
4.8
14.3 (2,200)
Continuous operation range
Momentary operation range
10.0
7.16
3,000 (r/min)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
30 28.6
7.16
5
1.9
2,000
(N • m)
Momentary operation range
25
1,000
(2,000)
15 14.3
4.5
2.86
Continuous operation range
0
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
10 Momentary operation range
Momentary operation range
21.5 (2,300)
20
10
8.59 (2,400)
• R88M-K2K020F/C (2kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
(2,100)
5
2.0
1.3
3,000 (r/min)
2,000
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
10 8.59
Momentary operation range
3
• R88M-K1K020F/C (1kW)
(N • m)
224.0
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
224.0(1700)
(1500)
150
Momentary operation range
75
70.0
Continuous operation range
0
130.0
70.0(1500)
1000
200 Momentary operation range
100
52.5
2000 (r/min)
95.5
95.5(1500)
Continuous operation range
0
1000
95.5
57.0
2000 (r/min)
Note: 1. The continuous operation range is the range in which continuous operation is possible. Continuous operation at the maximum speed is
also possible. However,doing so will reduce the output torque.
2. If the motor power cable exceeds 20 m, the voltage drop will increase and the momentary operation range will become narrower.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
AC Servomotors
Performance Specifications
System Configuration
• 1,000 r/min Servomotors (200/400 VAC Input Power)
200 VAC
Model (R88M-) K90010H K2K010H K3K010H
Item
Unit
K90010T
400 VAC
−
−
K90010F
K2K010T K3K010T K4K510T K6K010T
−
K2K010F K3K010F
−
K90010C K2K010C K3K010C K4K510C K6K010C
W
900
2,000
3,000
4,500
6,000
900
2,000
3,000
4,500
6,000
Rated torque *1
N•m
8.59
19.1
28.7
43.0
57.0
8.59
19.1
28.7
43.0
57.3
Rated rotation speed
r/min
1,000
r/min
2,000
Momentary maximum rotation
speed
Momentary maximum torque
*1
N•m
19.3
47.7
71.7
107.0
143.0
19.3
47.7
71.7
107.0
143.0
Momentary maximum current *1
A (rms)
7.6
17.0
22.6
29.7
38.8
3.8
8.5
11.3
14.8
19.4
Momentary maximum current *1
A (rms)
24
60
80
110
149
12
30
40
55
74
Without brake
kW/s
6.70×10-4
30.3×10-4
48.4×10-4
79.1×10-4
101×10-4
6.70×10-4
30.3×10-4
48.4×10-4
79.1×10-4
101×10-4
With brake
kW/s
7.99×10-4
31.4×10-4
49.2×10-4
84.4×10-4
107×10-4
7.99×10-4
31.4×10-4
49.2×10-4
84.4×10-4
107×10-4
Rotor inertia
−
Applicable load inertia
Torque constant *1
Mechanical
time constant
10 times the rotor inertia max. *2
N • m/A
0.86
0.88
0.96
1.02
1.04
1.72
1.76
1.92
2.05
2.08
Without brake
kW/s
110
120
170
233
325
110
120
170
233
325
With brake
kW/s
92.4
116
167
219
307
92.4
116
167
219
307
Without brake
ms
0.66
0.75
0.63
0.55
0.54
0.66
0.76
0.61
0.55
0.54
With brake
0.57
ms
0.78
0.78
0.64
0.63
0.57
0.79
0.78
0.62
0.63
Electrical time constant
ms
11
18
21
20
23
11
18
22
20
23
Allowable radial load *3
N
686
1176
1470
1470
1764
686
1176
1470
1470
1764
Allowable thrust load *3
490
490
588
196
490
490
490
588
Approx.
14.0
Approx.
20.0
Approx.
29.4
Approx.
36.4
Approx.
6.7
Approx.
14.0
Approx.
20.0
Approx.
29.4
Approx.
36.4
With brake
kg
Approx.
8.2
Approx.
17.5
Approx.
23.5
Approx.
33.3
Approx.
40.4
Approx.
8.2
Approx.
17.5
Approx.
23.5
Approx.
33.3
Approx.
40.4
470×440
×t30 (AI)
550×520
×t30 (AI)
270×260
×t15 (AI)
KN50HECT
KN50HECT
KN75HECT
KN15FECT
-4
-4
-4
Weight
Radiator plate dimensions (material)
270×260×t15 (AI)
KN15HECT
Applicable drives (R88D-)
kg • m
-4
1.35×10
KN30HFECT
4.7×10
-4
4.7×10
4.7×10
4.7×10
1.35×10
-4
KN30FECT
KN50FECT
KN50FECT
KN75FECT
-4
-4
-4
4.7×10-4
4.7×10
4.7×10
4.7×10
V
Power consumption (at 20°C)
W
19
31
34
34
34
19
31
34
34
34
Current consumption
(at 20°C)
A
0.79±10%
1.3±10%
1.4±10%
1.4±10%
1.4±10%
0.79±10%
1.3±10%
1.4±10%
1.4±10%
1.4±10%
Static friction torque
24 VDC±10%
13.7 min.
24.5 min.
58.8 min.
58.8 min.
58.8 min.
13.7 min.
24.5 min.
58.8 min.
58.8 min.
58.8 min.
ms
100 max.
80 max.
150 max.
150 max.
150 max.
100 max.
80 max.
150 max.
150 max.
150 max.
Release time *5
ms
50 max. *6 25 max. *7 50 max. *7
50 max.
50 max.
50 max. *6 25 max. *7 50 max. *7
50 max.
50 max.
±1°
Backlash
J
1,176
1,372
1,372
1,372
1,372
1,176
1,372
1,372
1,372
1,372
Allowable total work
J
1.5×106
2.9×106
2.9×106
2.9×106
2.9×106
1.5×106
2.9×106
2.9×106
2.9×106
2.9×106
rad/s2
10,000
5,000
10,000
Brake limit
−
10 million times min.
Rating
−
Continuous
Insulation class
−
Type F
5,000
Remote I/O Terminals
*1 These are the values when the motor is combined with a driver at normal temperature (20°C, 65%). The momentary maximum torque indicates
the standard value.
*2 Applicable load inertia.
• The operable load inertia ratio (load inertia/rotor inertia) depends on the mechanical configuration and its rigidity. For a machine with high
rigidity, operation is possible even with high load inertia. Select an appropriate motor and confirm that operation is possible.
•If the dynamic brake is activated frequently with high load inertia, the Dynamic Brake Resistor may burn. Do not repeatedly turn the servo ON/
OFF while the dynamic brake is enabled.
•The dynamic brake is designed only for emergency stops. Design the system so that the Servomotor remains stopped for at least 3 minutes
after applying the dynamic brake. Otherwise the dynamic brake circuits may fail.
*3 The allowable radial and thrust loads are the values determined for a limit of 20,000 hours at normal operating temperatures. The allowable
radial loads are applied as shown in the following diagram.
Vision Sensor
Allowable angular
acceleration
Combination
table
Allowable work per braking
Dimensions
N•m
Attraction time *5
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Excitation voltage *4
Encoder
Specifications
Brake specifications
Brake inertia
2
550×520
×t30 (AI)
470×440×t30 (AI)
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
490
Approx.
6.7
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
196
kg
General
Specifications
N
Without brake
Automation Software
Power rate *1
Machine Automation Controller
Rated output *1
Radial load
Ordering Information
Thrust load
Center of shaft (LR/2)
*4
*5
*6
*7
This is a non-excitation brake. (It is released when excitation voltage is applied.)
The operation time is the value (reference value) measured with a surge suppressor (CR50500 by Okaya Electric Industries Co., Ltd.).
Direct current switching with a varistor (Z15D151 by Ishizuka Electronics Co.).
Direct current switching with a varistor (TNR9G820K by Nippon Chemi-Con Corporation).
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G5-Series
AC Servomotors
Torque and Rotation Speed Characteristics
• 1,000 r/min Servomotors (200/400 VAC Input Power)
cable and a 200 VAC input.
The following graphs show the characteristics with a 3 m standard
• R88M-K90010H/T/F/C (900W)
• R88M-K2K010H/T/F/C (2kW)
• R88M-K3K010H/T/F/C (3kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
(1,600)
19.3
20
19.3 (1,800)
Momentary operation range
8.59
10
1,000
0
4.3
2,000
107.0
(r/min)
0
150
75
1000
9.6
2,000
143.0
40.0
28.7
Continuous operation range
0
(r/min)
1,000
20.0
14.0
2,000 (r/min)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(1500) 143.0(1700)
57.3
57.3
57.3
28.0
1000
2000 (r/min)
0
2000 (r/min)
100.0
Continuous operation range
22.0
Continuous operation range
0
Momentary operation range
35 28.7
18.0
Momentary operation range
70.0
50.0
43.0
70
28.0
19.1
1,000
(N • m)
Momentary operation range
43.0
71.7
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(1,400) 71.7 (1,600)
• R88M-K6K010T/C (6kW)
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(1500) 107.0(1700)
100
50
19.1
(N • m)
47.7 (1,600)
Continuous operation range
• R88M-K4K510T/C (4.5kW)
(N • m)
(1,400)
Momentary operation range
25
8.0
Continuous operation range
47.7
50
14.0
8.59
Power supply voltage
dropped by 10%
(N • m)
Note: 1. The continuous operation range is the range in which continuous operation is possible. Continuous operation at the maximum speed is
also possible. However,doing so will reduce the output torque.
2. If the motor power cable exceeds 20 m, the voltage drop will increase and the momentary operation range will become narrower.
Encoder Specifications
Incremental Encoders
Item
Encoder system
Absolute Encoders
Specifications
Optical encoder
20 bits
Item
Encoder system
Specifications
Optical encoder
17 bits
No. of output pulses
Phases A and B: 262,144 pulses/rotation
Phase Z: 1 pulse/rotation
No. of output pulses
Phases A and B: 32,768 pulses/rotation
Phase Z: 1 pulse/rotation
Power supply voltage
5 VDC±5%
Maximum rotations
−32,768 to +32,767 rotations
Power supply current
180 mA (max.)
Power supply voltage
5 VDC±5%
Output signals
+S, −S
Power supply current
110 mA (max.)
Output interface
RS-485 compliance
Applicable battery
voltage
3.6 VDC
Current consumption of
battery
265 μA for a maximum of 5 s right after
power interruption
100 μA for operation during power
interruption
3.6 μA when power is supplied to Servo
Drive
Output signals
+S, −S
Output interface
RS-485 compliance
Note: Multi-rotation Data Backup
• The multi-rotation data will be lost if the battery cable connector is
disconnected at the motor when connecting the battery cable
for the absolute encoder and battery.
• The multi-rotation data will be lost if CN2 is disconnected when
connecting the battery to CN1.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
Dimensions
System Configuration
<Cylinder type>
• 3,000 r/min
Servomotors (100/200 VAC)
50W/100W
• Without brake
Dimensions (mm)
Model
• R88M-K05030H (-S2)/[email protected] (-S2) INC
• R88M-K05030T (-S2)/[email protected] (-S2) ABS
LL
LM
LN
[email protected]
72
48
23
[email protected]
92
68
43
Machine Automation Controller
Encoder connector
Motor connector
LL
40×40
25
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
LM
25
6
14
12.5
3
R3.7
3h9
3
2
M3 (depth: 6)
6.2
LN
30h7 dia.
• With brake
Dimensions (mm)
Model
• R88M-K05030H-B (S2)/[email protected] (S2) INC
• R88M-K05030T-B (S2)/[email protected] (S2) ABS
Automation Software
46 dia.±0.2
R4.2
2−4.3 dia.
8h6 dia.
LL
LM
LN
[email protected]@
102
78
23
R88M-[email protected]@
122
98
43
25
40×40
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
LM
25
6
3
3h9
3
6.2
LN
8h6 dia.
M3 (depth: 6)
46 dia.±0.2
R4.2
2−4.3 dia.
200W/400W
• Without brake
Dimensions (mm)
Model
LL
LM
[email protected]
79.5
56.5
LN
11
[email protected]
99
76
14
7
Vision Sensor
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
4−4.5 dia.
4 (200W)
20 (200W) 5 (400W)
30
25 (400W)
4h9 (200W)
18 (200W)
5h9 (400W)
.±0.2
22.5 (400W)
0 dia
Combination
table
60×60
30
3
Dimensions
• [email protected] (-S2)/[email protected] (-S2) INC
• [email protected] (-S2)/[email protected] (-S2) ABS
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Encoder
Specifications
30h7 dia.
Encoder connector
Motor connector
LL
LM
6.5
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
14
12.5
R3.7
2
General
Specifications
Motor connector
LL
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Encoder connector
Brake connector
M4 depth: 8 (200W)
M5 depth: 10 (400W)
Sh6 dia.
8.5 (200W)
11(400W)
Remote I/O Terminals
50h7 dia.
Note: The standard models have a straight shaft. A model with a key and tap is indicated by adding “S2” to the end of the model number.
Models with an oil seal are indicated with O at the end of the model number. The motor dimensions do not change.
Ordering Information
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
• With brake
• [email protected] (S2)/[email protected] (S2) INC
• [email protected] (S2)/[email protected] (S2) ABS
Dimensions (mm)
Model
LL
LM
S
[email protected]@
116
93
11
[email protected]@
135.5
112.5
14
Encoder connector
Brake connector
Motor connector
LL
LM
30
6.5
4−4.5 dia.
60×60
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
3
.2
ia.±0
70 d
4 (200W)
30 20 (200W) 5 (400W)
25 (400W)
4h9 (200W)
18 (200W)
5h9 (400W)
22.5 (400W)
M4 depth: 8 (200W)
M5 depth: 10 (400W)
8.5(200W)
115 (400W)
Sh6 dia.
50h7 dia.
750W
• Without brake
• R88M-K75030H (-S2) INC
• R88M-K75030T (-S2) ABS
Encoder connector
Motor connector
112.2
35
86.2
8
80×80
3
4−6 dia.
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
90 dia.±0.2
35
25
22
6h9
6
M5 (depth: 10)
15.5
19h6 dia.
70h7 dia.
•
With brake
• R88M-K75030H-B (S2) INC
• R88M-K75030T-B (S2) ABS
Encoder connector
Brake connector
Motor connector
35
148.2
122.2
80×80
8
3
4−6 dia.
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
90 dia.±0.2 35
25
22
6h9
6
M5 (depth: 10)
15.5
19h6 dia
70h7 dia.
Note: The standard models have a straight shaft. A model with a key and tap is indicated by adding “S2” to the end of the model number.
Models with an oil seal are indicated with O at the end of the model number. The motor dimensions do not change.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
System Configuration
1kW/1.5kW/2kW
• Without brake
• R88M-K1K030H (-S2)/-K1K530H (-S2)/-K2K030H (-S2) INC
• R88M-K1K030T (-S2)/-K1K530T (-S2)/-K2K030T (-S2) ABS
• With brake
LL
LM
KB2
KB1
Encoder
connector
LL
LM
KB1
[email protected]
141
97
66
KB2
119
[email protected]
159.5
115.5
84.5
137.5
[email protected]
156.5
178.5
134.5
103.5
[email protected]@
168
124
66
146
[email protected]@
186.5
142.5
84.5
164.5
[email protected]@
205.5
161.5
103.5
183.5
Machine Automation Controller
• R88M-K1K030H-B (S2)/-K1K530H-B (S2)/-K2K030H-B (S2) INC
• R88M-K1K030T-B (S2)/-K1K530T-B (S2)/-K2K030T-B (S2) ABS
Servomotor/
brake connector
Dimensions (mm)
Model
55
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
100×100
3
10
55
45
42
4−9 dia.
101
60
135 dia.
6h9
15.5
6
Automation Software
115 dia.
19h6 dia.
M3, through
M5 (depth: 12)
19h6 dia.
95h7 dia.
95h7 dia.
3kW
• Without brake
• R88M-K3K030H (-S2) INC
• R88M-K3K030T (-S2) ABS
• R88M-K3K030H-B (S2) INC
• R88M-K3K030T-B (S2) ABS
LM
[email protected]
190
146
168
[email protected]@
215
171
193
55
LL
LM
KB2
112
Encoder
connector
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
Servomotor/
brake connector
KB2
120×120
12
3
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
M3, through
8h9
162 dia
60
145 dia.
22h6 dia.
18
Encoder
Specifications
113
7
M5 (depth: 12)
22h6 dia.
110h7 dia.
110h7 dia.
• R88M-K4K030H-B (S2)/-K5K030H-B (S2) INC
• R88M-K4K030T-B (S2)/-K5K030T-B (S2) ABS
LL
LM
KB2
KB1
LM
KB1
KB2
[email protected]
208
164
127
186
[email protected]
243
199
162
221
[email protected]@
233
189
127
211
[email protected]@
268
224
162
246
65
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
130×130
12
65
6
4−9 dia.
118
55
51
M3, through
20
145 dia.
60
24h6 dia.
110h7 dia.
Remote I/O Terminals
Encoder
connector
LL
Vision Sensor
• With brake
Servomotor/
brake connector
Dimensions (mm)
Model
• R88M-K4K030H (-S2)/-K5K030H (-S2) INC
• R88M-K4K030T (-S2)/-K5K030T (-S2) ABS
Combination
table
4kW/5kW
• Without brake
Dimensions
Note: The standard models have a straight shaft. A model with a key and tap is indicated by adding “S2” to the end of the model number.
Models with an oil seal are indicated with O at the end of the model number. The motor dimensions do not change.
Multi-function Compact Inverter
55
45
41
4−9 dia.
General
Specifications
LL
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Dimensions (mm)
Model
• With brake
165 dia.
24h6 dia.
8h9
7
M8 (depth: 20)
110h7 dia.
Ordering Information
Note: The standard models have a straight shaft. A model with a key and tap is indicated by adding “S2” to the end of the model number.
Models with an oil seal are indicated with O at the end of the model number. The motor dimensions do not change.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
• 3,000
r/min Servomotors (400 VAC)
750W/1kW/1.5kW/2kW
• Without brake
• R88M-K75030F (-S2)/-K1K030F (-S2)/-K1K530F (-S2)/-K2K030F (-S2) INC
• R88M-K75030C (-S2)/-K1K030C (-S2)/-K1K530C (-S2)/-K2K030C (-S2) ABS
• With brake
• R88M-K75030F-B (S2)/-K1K030F-B (S2)/-K1K530F-B (S2)/-K2K030F-B (S2) INC
• R88M-K75030C-B (S2)/-K1K030C-B (S2)/-K1K530C-B (S2)/-K2K030C-B (S2) ABS
Servomotor/
brake connector
Encoder
connector
LL
55
LM
KB2
KB1
100×100
10
3
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
4−9 dia.
135 dia.
60
101 (Without brake)
103 (With brake)
115 dia.
19h6 dia.
55
45
42
M3, through
15.5
6h9
6
M5 (depth: 12)
19h6 dia.
95h7 dia.
95h7 dia.
Dimensions (mm)
Model
[email protected]
LL
LM
KB1
KB2
131.5
87.5
56.5
109.5
[email protected]
141
97
66
119
[email protected]
159.5
115.5
84.5
137.5
[email protected]
178.5
134.5
103.5
156.5
[email protected]@
158.5
114.5
53.5
136.5
[email protected]@
168
124
63
146
[email protected]@
186.5
142.5
81.5
164.5
[email protected]@
205.5
161.5
100.5
183.5
3kW
• Without brake
• R88M-K3K030F (-S2) INC
• R88M-K3K030C (-S2) ABS
Dimensions (mm)
Model
• With brake
• R88M-K3K030F-B (S2) INC
• R88M-K3K030C-B (S2) ABS
Servomotor/
brake connector
LL
LM
[email protected]
190
146
168
[email protected]@
215
171
193
55
LM
KB2
112
Encoder
connector
LL
12
120×120
3
113
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
4−9 dia.
55
45
41
M3, through
162 dia.
60
18
145 dia.
22h6 dia.
110h7 dia.
22h6 dia.
8h9
7
M5 (depth: 12)
110h7 dia.
Note: The standard models have a straight shaft. A model with a key and tap is indicated by adding “S2” to the end of the model number.
Models with an oil seal are indicated with O at the end of the model number. The motor dimensions do not change.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
• With brake
• R88M-K4K030F-B (S2)/-K5K030F-B (S2) INC
• R88M-K4K030C-B (S2)/-K5K030C-B (S2) ABS
Encoder
connector
LL
LM
KB1
KB2
[email protected]
208
164
127
186
[email protected]
243
199
162
221
[email protected]@
233
189
127
211
[email protected]@
268
224
162
246
Machine Automation Controller
Servomotor/
brake connector
Dimensions (mm)
Model
• R88M-K4K030F (-S2)/-K5K030F (-S2) INC
• R88M-K4K030C (-S2)/-K5K030C (-S2) ABS
System Configuration
4kW/5kW
• Without brake
65
LL
LM
KB2
KB1
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
130×130
12
6
4-9 dia.
118
60
65
55
51
M3, through
8h9
145 dia.
165 dia.
24h6 dia.
110h7 dia.
24h6 dia.
20
7
M8 (depth: 20)
110h7 dia.
Automation Software
Note: The standard models have a straight shaft. A model with a key and tap is indicated by adding “S2” to the end of the model number.
Models with an oil seal are indicated with O at the end of the model number. The motor dimensions do not change.
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
General
Specifications
Dimensions
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Encoder
Specifications
Vision Sensor
Combination
table
Remote I/O Terminals
Ordering Information
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
• 1,500r/min,
2,000 r/min Servomotors (200 VAC)
1kW/1.5kW/2kW/3kW
• Without brake
• R88M-K1K020H (-S2)/-K1K520H (-S2)/-K2K020H (-S2)/-K3K020H (-S2) INC
• R88M-K1K020T (-S2)/-K1K520T (-S2)/-K2K020T (-S2)/-K3K020T (-S2) ABS
• With brake
• R88M-K1K020H-B (S2)/-K1K520H-B (S2)/-K2K020H-B (S2)/-K3K020H-B (S2) INC
• R88M-K1K020T-B (S2)/-K1K520T-B (S2)/-K2K020T-B (S2)/-K3K020T-B (S2) ABS
Servomotor/brake connector
Encoder connector
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
LR
LL
LM
KB2
KB1
12
LR
130×130
45 (1 to 2kW)
55 (3kW)
41 (1 to 2kW)
51 (3kW)
M3, through
6
4−9 dia.
8h9
145 dia.
60
116 (1 to 2kW)
118 (3kW)
165 dia.
Sh6 dia.
7
M5 depth: 12 (1 to 2kW)
M8 depth: 20 (3kW)
Sh6 dia.
110h7 dia.
110h7 dia.
18 (1 to 2kW)
20 (3kW)
Dimensions (mm)
Model
LL
LR
LM
S
KB1
[email protected]
138
55
94
22
60
KB2
116
[email protected]
155.5
55
111.5
22
77.5
133.5
[email protected]
173
55
129
22
95
151
[email protected]
208
65
164
24
127
186
[email protected]@
163
55
119
22
60
141
[email protected]@
180.5
55
136.5
22
77.5
158.5
[email protected]@
198
55
154
22
95
176
[email protected]@
233
65
189
24
127
211
4kW/5kW
• Without brake
Dimensions (mm)
Model
• R88M-K4K020H (-S2)/-K5K020H (-S2) INC
• R88M-K4K020T (-S2)/-K5K020T (-S2) ABS
• With brake
• R88M-K4K020H-B (S2)/-K5K020H-B (S2) INC
• R88M-K4K020T-B (S2)/-K5K020T-B (S2) ABS
LL
LM
KB1
KB2
[email protected]
177
133
96
155
[email protected]
196
152
115
174
[email protected]@
202
158
96
180
[email protected]@
221
177
115
199
Servomotor/brake connector
LL
LM
KB2
KB1
18
Encoder connector
70
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
176×176
3.2
4−13.5 dia.
233 dia.
140
60
35h6 dia.
114.3h7 dia.
200 dia.
70
55
50
M3, through
10h9
8
35h6 dia.
30
M12 (depth: 25)
114.3h7 dia.
Note: The standard models have a straight shaft. A model with a key and tap is indicated by adding “S2” to the end of the model number.
Models with an oil seal are indicated with O at the end of the model number. The motor dimensions do not change.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
System Configuration
7.5kW
• Without brake
• R88M-K7K515T (-S2) ABS
Dimensions (mm)
Model
LL
LR
LM
S
KB1
KB2
L1
L2
L3
[email protected]
312
113
268
42
219
290
117.5
117.5
149
[email protected]
337
113
293
42
253
315
117.5
152.5
183
• With brake
• R88M-K7K515T-B (S2) ABS
Machine Automation Controller
Brake connector
(for model with brake only)
Motor
connector
Encoder
connector
44
LM
LL
KB2
48
110
184
176 × 176
LR
43.5 43.5
KB1
L3
L2
L1
61.5 24
3.2
4-13.5 dia.
Sh6 dia.
233 dia.
LR
96
M4, through
90
12h9
45
8 (Key groove P9)
Automation Software
60
(Shaft end specifications with key and tap)
0
37-0.2
2 min.
200 dia.
Boss insertion position
Sh6 dia.
M16
(depth 32 min.)
114.3h7 dia.
114.3h7 dia.
11kW/15kW
• Without brake
• R88M-K11K015T (-S2)/-K15K015T (-S2) ABS
• R88M-K11K015T-B (S2)/R88M-K15K015T-B (S2) ABS
Encoder
connector
44
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
Brake connector
(for model with brake only)
Motor
connector
LL
LM
220 × 220
LR
KB2
57
KB1
L3
48
205
57
Encoder
Specifications
L2
L1
61.5 32
4
4-13.5 dia.
.
8 dia
26
235
Sm6 dia.
2 min.
dia.
Sm6 dia.
0
49-0.2
Dimensions
60
(Shaft end specifications with key and tap)
LR
M5, through
98
90 45
16h9
10
(Key groove P9)
M20
(depth 40 min.)
Multi-function Compact Inverter
110
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
General
Specifications
• With brake
Boss insertion positon
[email protected]
Dimensions (mm)
LL
LR
LM
S
KB1
KB2
L1
L2
L3
316
116
272
55
232
294
124.5
124.5
162
[email protected]
384
116
340
55
300
362
158.5
158.5
230
[email protected]
364
116
320
55
266
342
124.5
159.5
196
[email protected]
432
116
388
55
334
410
158.5
193.5
264
Remote I/O Terminals
Note: The standard models have a straight shaft. A model with a key and tap is indicated by adding “S2” to the end of the model number.
Models with an oil seal are indicated with O at the end of the model number. The motor dimensions do not change.
Vision Sensor
Model
Combination
table
200h7 dia.
200h7 dia.
Ordering Information
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
• 1,500
r/min, 2,000 r/min Servomotors (400 VAC)
400W/600W
• Without brake
• R88M-K40020F (-S2)/-K60020F (-S2) INC
• R88M-K40020C (-S2)/-K60020C (-S2) ABS
Dimensions (mm)
Model
[email protected]
• With brake
[email protected]
• R88M-K40020F-B (S2)/-K60020F-B (S2) INC
• R88M-K40020C-B (S2)/-K60020C-B (S2) ABS
LL
LM
KB1
KB2
131.5
87.5
56.5
109.5
141
97
66
119
[email protected]@
158.5
114.5
53.5
136.5
[email protected]@
168
124
63
146
Servomotor/brake connector
55
LL
LM
KB2
KB1
Encoder connector
10
100×100
3
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
4−9 dia.
55
45
42
M3, through
6h9
135 dia.
60
101 (Without brake)
103 (With brake)
115 dia.
19h6 dia.
6
M5 (depth: 12)
19h6 dia.
15.5
95h7 dia.
95h7 dia.
1kW/1.5kW/2kW/3kW
• Without brake
• R88M-K1K020F (-S2)/-K1K520F (-S2)/-K2K020F (-S2)/-K3K020F (-S2) INC
• R88M-K1K020C (-S2)/-K1K520C (-S2)/-K2K020C (-S2)/-K3K020C (-S2) ABS
• With brake
• R88M-K1K020F-B (S2)/-K1K520F-B (S2)/-K2K020F-B (S2)/-K3K020F-B (S2) INC
• R88M-K1K020C-B (S2)/-K1K520C-B (S2)/-K2K020C-B (S2)/-K3K020C-B (S2) ABS
Servomotor/brake connector
LR
LL
LM
KB2
KB1
12
Encoder connector
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
LR
130×130
6
4−9 dia.
45 (1 to 2kW)
55 (3kW)
41 (1 to 2kW)
51 (3kW)
M3, through
8h9
145 dia.
60
116 (1 to 2kW/Without brake)
118 (3kW/Without brake)
118 (1 to 3kW/With brake)
165 dia.
Sh6 dia.
sh6 dia.
110h7 dia.
110h7 dia.
Model
7
M5 depth: 12 (1 to 2kW)
M8 depth: 20 (3kW)
18 (1 to 2kW)
20 (3kW)
Dimensions (mm)
LL
LR
LM
S
KB1
[email protected]
138
55
94
22
60
KB2
116
[email protected]
155.5
55
111.5
22
77.5
133.5
[email protected]
173
55
129
22
95
151
[email protected]
208
65
164
24
127
186
[email protected]@
163
55
119
22
57
141
[email protected]@
180.5
55
136.5
22
74.5
158.5
[email protected]@
198
55
154
22
92
176
[email protected]@
233
65
189
24
127
211
Note: The standard models have a straight shaft. A model with a key and tap is indicated by adding “S2” to the end of the model number.
Models with an oil seal are indicated with O at the end of the model number. The motor dimensions do not change.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
System Configuration
4kW/5kW
• Without brake
Dimensions (mm)
Model
• R88M-K4K020F (-S2)/-K5K020F (-S2) INC
• R88M-K4K020C (-S2)/-K5K020C (-S2) ABS
• With brake
LM
KB1
[email protected]
177
133
96
KB2
155
[email protected]
196
152
115
174
[email protected]@
202
158
96
180
[email protected]@
221
177
115
199
Machine Automation Controller
• R88M-K4K020F-B (S2)/-K5K020F-B (S2) INC
• R88M-K4K020C-B (S2)/-K5K020C-B (S2) ABS
LL
Servomotor/
brake connector
70
LL
LM
KB2
KB1
18
Encoder
connector
176×176
3.2
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
70
55
M3, through
4−13.5 dia.
50
140
233 dia.
10h9
8
60
200 dia.
30
35h6 dia.
M12 (depth: 25)
Automation Software
35h6 dia.
114.3h7 dia.
114.3h7 dia.
7.5kW
• Without brake
• R88M-K7K515C (-S2) ABS
Model
• With brake
LM
S
KB1
KB2
L1
L2
L3
[email protected]
312
133
268
42
219
290
117.5
117.5
149
[email protected]
337
113
293
42
253
315
117.5
152.5
183
Brake connector
(for model with brake only)
LL
LM
KB1
L3
43.5 43.5
(Shaft end specifications with key and tap)
L2
L1
61.5 24
3.2
Sh6 dia.
dia.
233
96
LR
90
45
M4, through
60
2 min.
114.3h7 dia.
20
0d
ia.
Sh6 dia.
114.3h7 dia.
0
37-0.2
M16
(depth 32 min.)
Dimensions
Boss insertion positon
12h9
8 (Key groove P9)
Multi-function Compact Inverter
4-13.5 dia.
Encoder
Specifications
48
110
184
176 × 176
LR
KB2
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
Motor
connector
Encoder
44
connector
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
LR
General
Specifications
• R88M-K7K515C-B (S2) ABS
Dimensions (mm)
LL
Note: The standard models have a straight shaft. A model with a key and tap is indicated by adding “S2” to the end of the model number.
Models with an oil seal are indicated with O at the end of the model number. The motor dimensions do not change.
Vision Sensor
Combination
table
Remote I/O Terminals
Ordering Information
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
11kW/15kW
• Without brake
• R88M-K11K015C (-S2)/-K15K015C (-S2) ABS
• With brake
• R88M-K11K015C-B (S2)/R88M-K15K015C-B (S2) ABS
Brake connector
(for model with brake only)
Motor
connector
Encoder
connector
44
LL
220 × 220
LR
LM
KB2
KB1
110
L3
48
57
61.5
205
57
L2
L1
4-13.5 dia.
32
4
(Shaft end specifications with key and tap)
LR
M5, through
98
90
45
16h9
10
(Key groove P9)
8
26
235
60
Sm6 dia.
Sm6 dia.
2 min.
0
49-0.2
M20
(depth 40 min.)
Boss insertion positon
200h7 dia.
200h7 dia.
Model
Dimensions (mm)
LL
LR
LM
S
KB1
KB2
L1
L2
L3
[email protected]
316
116
272
55
232
294
124.5
124.5
162
[email protected]
384
116
340
55
300
362
158.5
158.5
230
[email protected]
364
116
320
55
266
342
124.5
159.5
196
[email protected]
432
116
388
55
334
410
158.5
193.5
264
Note: The standard models have a straight shaft. A model with a key and tap is indicated by adding “S2” to the end of the model number.
Models with an oil seal are indicated with O at the end of the model number. The motor dimensions do not change.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
System Configuration
• 1,000
r/min Servomotors (200 VAC)
900W
• Without brake
• R88M-K90010H (-S2) INC
• R88M-K90010T (-S2) ABS
Dimensions (mm)
Model
• R88M-K90010H-B (S2) INC
• R88M-K90010T-B (S2) ABS
Servomotor/brake
connector
Encoder connector
LL
70
LM
KB2
77.5
12
6
130×130
LL
LM
KB2
[email protected]
155.5
111.5
133.5
[email protected]@
180.5
136.5
158.5
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
70
45
4−9 dia.
8h9
145 dia.
165 dia.
22h6 dia.
M5 (depth: 12)
22h6 dia.
110h7 dia.
110h7 dia.
2kW/3kW
• Without brake
Dimensions (mm)
Model
KB1
KB2
[email protected]
163.5
119.5
82.5
141.5
[email protected]
209.5
165.5
128.5
187.5
[email protected]@
188.5
144.5
82.5
166.5
[email protected]@
234.5
190.5
128.5
212.5
80
176×176
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
M3, through
10h9
8
233 dia.
60
35h6 dia.
200 dia.
30
M12 (depth: 25)
Dimensions
35h6 dia.
114.3h7 dia.
114.3h7 dia.
Model
• R88M-K4K510T-B (S2) ABS
LR
LM
S
KB1
KB2
L1
[email protected]
266
113
222
42
185
244
98
44
98
[email protected]
291
113
247
42
185
269
98
133
176 × 176
LR
LL
LM
KB2
KB1
L2
43.5 43.5
L2
L1
61.5 24
3.2
4-13.5 dia.
Sh6 dia.
140
233 dia.
(Shaft end specifications with key and tap)
LR
96
90
M4, through
45
12h9
8 (Key groove P9)
60
2 min.
Boss insertion positon
114.3h7 dia.
200 dia.
Remote I/O Terminals
Motor and
brake
connector
Encoder
connector
Dimensions (mm)
LL
Vision Sensor
• R88M-K4K510T (-S2) ABS
• With brake
Combination
table
4.5kW
• Without brake
Multi-function Compact Inverter
140
Encoder
Specifications
80
55
50
4−13.5 dia.
3.2
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
• R88M-K2K010H-B (S2)/-K3K010H-B (S2) INC
• R88M-K2K010T-B (S2)/-K3K010T-B (S2) ABS
LM
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
• With brake
LL
General
Specifications
• R88M-K2K010H (-S2)/-K3K010H (-S2) INC
• R88M-K2K010T (-S2)/-K3K010T (-S2) ABS
LL
LM
KB2
KB1
18
7
18
Automation Software
60
Encoder
connector
M3, through
41
116
Servomotor/brake
connector
Machine Automation Controller
• With brake
Sh6 dia.
114.3h7 dia.
0
37-0.2
M16
(depth 32 min.)
Ordering Information
Note: The standard models have a straight shaft. A model with a key and tap is indicated by adding “S2” to the end of the model number.
Models with an oil seal are indicated with O at the end of the model number. The motor dimensions do not change.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
6kW
• Without brake
• R88M-K6K010T (-S2) ABS
Model
• With brake
• R88M-K6K010T-B (S2) ABS
44
LL
LM
KB2
48
110
184
LR
LM
S
KB1
KB2
L1
L2
L3
[email protected]
312
113
268
42
219
290
117.5
117.5
149
[email protected]
337
113
293
42
253
315
117.5
152.5
183
Brake connector
(for model with brake only)
Motor
connector
Encoder
connector
Dimensions (mm)
LL
176 × 176
LR
(Shaft end specifications with key and tap)
43.5 43.5
KB1
L3
L2
L1
61.5 24
3.2
4-13.5 dia.
Sh6 dia.
233 dia.
LR
96
90
45
M4, through
8
60
12h9
(Key groove P9)
0
37-0.2
2 min.
Boss insertion positon
114.3h7 dia.
200 dia.
Sh6
114.3h7
M16
(depth 32 min.)
Note: The standard models have a straight shaft. A model with a key and tap is indicated by adding “S2” to the end of the model number.
Models with an oil seal are indicated with O at the end of the model number. The motor dimensions do not change.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
System Configuration
• 1,000
r/min Servomotors (400 VAC)
900W
• Without brake
• R88M-K90010F (-S2) INC
• R88M-K90010C (-S2) ABS
Dimensions (mm)
Model
• R88M-K90010F-B (S2) INC
• R88M-K90010C-B (S2) ABS
LM
KB1
KB2
[email protected]
155.5
111.5
77.5
133.5
[email protected]@
180.5
136.5
74.5
158.5
Machine Automation Controller
LL
• With brake
Servomotor/
brake connector
70
LL
LM
KB2
KB1
12
Encoder
connector
130×130
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
70
6
45
4−9 dia.
60
116 (Without brake)
118 (With brake)
165
22h6 dia.
M3, through
41
8h9
dia.
7
18
M5 (depth: 12)
22h6 dia.
dia.
Automation Software
145
110h7 dia.
110h7 dia.
2kW/3kW
• Without brake
Dimensions (mm)
Model
• With brake
KB1
KB2
119.5
82.5
141.5
187.5
165.5
128.5
188.5
144.5
82.5
166.5
[email protected]@
234.5
190.5
128.5
212.5
L2
Servomotor/
brake connector
80
(Dimensions of shaft end with key and tap)
176×176
80
55
50
3.2
4−13.5 dia.
140
M3, through
233 dia.
10h9
8
60
200 dia.
114.3h7 dia.
35h6 dia.
114.3h7 dia.
• With brake
• R88M-K4K510C-B (S2) ABS
Motor and
brake
connector
Encoder
connector
44
Dimensions (mm)
Model
LM
LL
LR
LM
S
KB1
KB2
L1
[email protected]
266
113
222
42
185
244
98
98
[email protected]
291
113
247
42
185
269
98
133
LR
LL
176 × 176
KB2
43.5 43.5
KB1
L2
(Shaft end specifications with key and tap)
L1
Sh6 dia.
140
233 dia.
LR
96
90
45
60
2 min.
Boss insertion positon
114.3h7 dia.
200 dia.
Sh6 dia.
Remote I/O Terminals
4-13.5 dia.
61.5 24
3.2
Combination
table
4.5kW
• Without brake
• R88M-K4K510C (-S2) ABS
M12 (depth: 25)
30
Dimensions
35h6 dia.
Encoder
Specifications
LL
LM
KB2
KB1
18
Encoder
connector
Vision Sensor
209.5
[email protected]@
Multi-function Compact Inverter
[email protected]
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
• R88M-K2K010F-B (S2)/-K3K010F-B (S2) INC
• R88M-K2K010C-B (S2)/-K3K010C-B (S2) ABS
LM
163.5
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
[email protected]
LL
General
Specifications
• R88M-K2K010F (-S2)/-K3K010F (-S2) INC
• R88M-K2K010C (-S2)/-K3K010C (-S2) ABS
M4, through
12h9
8 (Key groove P9)
0
37-0.2
M16
(depth 32 min.)
114.3h7 dia.
Ordering Information
Note: The standard models have a straight shaft. A model with a key and tap is indicated by adding “S2” to the end of the model number.
Models with an oil seal are indicated with O at the end of the model number. The motor dimensions do not change.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
6kW
• Without brake
• R88M-K6K010C (-S2) ABS
Model
• With brake
• R88M-K6K010C-B (S2) ABS
44
LL
LM
KB2
48
110
184
LR
LM
S
KB1
KB2
L1
L2
L3
[email protected]
312
113
268
42
219
290
117.5
117.5
149
[email protected]
337
113
293
42
253
315
117.5
152.5
183
Brake connector
(for model with brake only)
Motor
connector
Encoder
connector
Dimensions (mm)
LL
176 × 176
LR
(Shaft end specifications with key and tap)
43.5 43.5
KB1
L3
L2
L1
61.5 24
3.2
4-13.5 dia.
Sh6 dia.
233 dia.
LR
96
90
45
M4, through
8
60
12h9
(Key groove P9)
0
37-0.2
2 min.
Boss insertion positon
114.3h7 dia.
200 dia.
Sh6
114.3h7
M16
(depth 32 min.)
Note: The standard models have a straight shaft. A model with a key and tap is indicated by adding “S2” to the end of the model number.
Models with an oil seal are indicated with O at the end of the model number. The motor dimensions do not change.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
Combination table
System Configuration
Servo Drive and Servomotor Combinations (3,000 r/min, 2,000 r/min, 1,500r/min, 1,000 r/min)
<Cylinder Type>
3,000-r/min servomotors
Single-phase
100 to 115 VAC
Output
R88D-KNA5L-ECT
50 W
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88D-KN01L-ECT
100 W
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88D-KN02L-ECT
200 W
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88D-KN04L-ECT
400 W
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88D-KN01H-ECT *
50 W
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
R88D-KN01H-ECT
100 W
[email protected]
[email protected]
EtherCAT
R88D-KN02H-ECT
200 W
[email protected]
[email protected]
400 W
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88D-KN08H-ECT
750 W
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
1 kW
R88D-KN15H-ECT
1.5 kW
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88D-KN20H-ECT
2 kW
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88D-KN30H-ECT
3 kW
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88D-KN50H-ECT *
4 kW
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
1 kW
R88D-KN15F-ECT
1.5 kW
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88D-KN20F-ECT
2 kW
[email protected]
[email protected]
3 kW
[email protected]
[email protected]
4 kW
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
R88D-KN50F-ECT
5 kW
[email protected]
[email protected]
Servo Drive Model
Numbers
Servomotor Model Numbers
With incremental
encoder
With absolute encoder
Single-phase/
R88D-KN10H-ECT
three-phase
200 to 240 VAC R88D-KN15H-ECT
1 kW
[email protected]
[email protected]
1.5 kW
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88D-KN20H-ECT
2 kW
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88D-KN30H-ECT
3 kW
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88D-KN50H-ECT *
4 kW
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
[email protected]
[email protected][email protected]
R88D-KN150H-ECT *
11 kW
−
[email protected] *
R88D-KN150H-ECT
15 kW
−
[email protected]
R88D-KN06F-ECT *
400 W
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
R88D-KN06F-ECT
600 W
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88D-KN10F-ECT
1 kW
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88D-KN15F-ECT
1.5 kW
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88D-KN20F-ECT
2 kW
[email protected]
[email protected]
3 kW
[email protected]
[email protected]
4 kW
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
R88D-KN50F-ECT
5 kW
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88D-KN75F-ECT
7.5 kW
−
[email protected]
R88D-KN150F-ECT *
11 kW
−
[email protected] *
R88D-KN150F-ECT
15 kW
−
[email protected]
Three-phase
R88D-KN30F-ECT
400 to 480 VAC
R88D-KN50F-ECT *
Remote I/O Terminals
5 kW
7.5 kW
Vision Sensor
Three-phase
R88D-KN50H-ECT
200 to 240 VAC
R88D-KN75H-ECT
Combination
table
Output
Dimensions
EtherCAT
Encoder
Specifications
Power Supply
Voltage
Multi-function Compact Inverter
1,500r/min, 2,000-r/min servomotors
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
R88D-KN30F-ECT
R88D-KN50F-ECT *
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
5 kW
750 W
General
Specifications
R88D-KN50H-ECT
R88D-KN10F-ECT *
R88D-KN15F-ECT *
Three-phase
400 to 480 VAC
With absolute encoder
R88D-KN04H-ECT
R88D-KN15H-ECT *
Three-phase
200 to 240 VAC
Servomotor Model Numbers
With incremental
encoder
Automation Software
Single-phase/
three-phase
200 to 240 VAC
Servo Drive Model
Numbers
Machine Automation Controller
Power Supply
Voltage
Ordering Information
* Please note the capacity of Servo Drive and Servomotor are not same in this combination.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
1,000-r/min servomotors
Power Supply
Voltage
Single-phase/
Servo Drive Model
Numbers
Servomotor Model Numbers
Output
With incremental
encoder
R88D-KN15H-ECT *
900 W
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
R88D-KN30H-ECT *
2 kW
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
EtherCAT
R88D-KN50H-ECT *
Three-phase
200 to 240 VAC R88D-KN50H-ECT *
With absolute encoder
3 kW
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
4.5 kW
−
[email protected] *
R88D-KN75H-ECT *
6 kW
−
[email protected] *
R88D-KN15F-ECT *
900 W
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
2 kW
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
3 kW
[email protected] *
[email protected] *
4.5 kW
−
[email protected] *
6 kW
−
[email protected] *
R88D-KN30F-ECT *
Three-phase
R88D-KN50F-ECT *
400 to 480 VAC
R88D-KN50F-ECT *
R88D-KN75F-ECT *
* Please note the capacity of Servo Drive and Servomotor are not same in this combination.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
AC Servomotors
System Configuration
Servomotor and Decelerator Combinations (3,000 r/min, 2,000 r/min, 1,000 r/min)
<Cylinder Type>
3,000-r/min servomotors
Motor model
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
1/11
(1/9 for flange size No.11)
1/21
1/33
1/45
[email protected]
(Gear ratio 1/9)
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
R88M-K75030F/C
(400 V)
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected] [email protected]
(Also used with R88M(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected])
[email protected]
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected][email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
−
−
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
−
−
−
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
−
−
−
1/5
1/11
1/21
(1/20 for flange size No.65)
1/33
(1/25 for flange size No.65)
1/45
[email protected]
(Only 400 V)
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
R88G(Also used with [email protected]
[email protected])
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
[email protected]
(Only 400 V)
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
[email protected]
([email protected])
[email protected]
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(Also used with [email protected])
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[email protected]
[email protected]
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[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
−
[email protected]
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected][email protected]
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
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(Also used with [email protected])
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[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
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(Also used with [email protected])
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(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
−
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
−
Motor model
Dimensions
Remote I/O Terminals
1/11
1/21
(1/20 for flange size No.65)
1/33
(1/25 for flange size No.65)
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
[email protected]
(Also used with [email protected])
Ordering Information
[email protected]
Vision Sensor
Combination
table
1/5
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Encoder
Specifications
1,000-r/min servomotors
Motor model
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
2,000-r/min servomotors
Automation Software
[email protected]
R88M-K75030H/T
(200 V)
General
Specifications
Machine Automation Controller
[email protected]
1/5
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G5-Series
AC Servomotors
Cable Combinations
z EtherCAT Communications
(9)
ADR
CN5
(11)
(1)
Machine Automation Controller
NJ-Series
(10)
(2)
CN1
(5)
(6)
(7)
(3)
Connector-Terminal Block
Conversion Units
(8)
(4)
Servomotor Power Cables (For CNB)
[200 V] [400 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min, 3 to 5 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
2,000 r/min, 3 to 5 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, 2 to 4.5 kW
[email protected]@@S
The empty boxes in the
model number are for the
cable length. The cable can
be 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or
50 m long.
[200 V] [400 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,500 r/min, 7.5 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, 6 kW
[email protected]@@S
The empty boxes in the
model number are for the
cable length. The cable can
be 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or
50 m long.
(70)
L
[Servomotor Connector]
Straight plug:
N/MS3106B20-4S
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Cable clamp:
N/MS3057-12A
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
(70)
37.3 dia
[400 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min, 750 W to 2 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
2,000 r/min, 400 W to 2 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, 900 W
[Servomotor Connector]
Angle plug:
JN8FT04SJ1
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Contact pins:
ST-TMH-S-C1B-3500-A534G
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
L
40.5 dia
Standard
Servomotor
Power Cables
for Servomotors
without Brakes
[email protected]@@S
The empty boxes in the
model number are for the
cable length. The cable can
be 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or
50 m long.
L
L
(120)
Note: Insert the cable length into the boxes in the model number of cables. (3 m: 003, 5 m: 005, 10 m: 010)
76
56.4 dia
Without Brakes
(1)
Standard Cables
[200 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min, 1 to 2 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
2,000 r/min, 1 to 2 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, 900 W
Description
(50)
(6.0 dia)
[100 V] [200 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min, 50 to 750 W
Model
[email protected]@@S
The empty boxes in the
model number are for the
cable length. The cable can
be 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or
50 m long.
(10.4 dia)
Connected to
(14.7 dia)
Name
(28.5 dia)
Symbol
[Servomotor Connector]
Straight plug:
N/MS3106B22-22S
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Cable clamp:
N/MS3057-12A
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
[Servomotor Connector]
Straight plug:
N/MS3106B32-17S
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Cable clamp:
N/MS3057-20A
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
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G5-Series
AC Servomotors
Name
Connected to
Model
System Configuration
Symbol
Description
[email protected]@@SR(-E)
The empty boxes in the model
number are for the cable
length. The cable can be 3, 5,
10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or 50 m long.
(10.4 dia)
a)
(5.4 di
(70)
(5.4 dia
)
(14.7 dia)
L
(70)
(6.0 dia)
[Servomotor Connector]
Angle plug:
JN8FT04SJ1
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Connector pins:
ST-TMH-S-C1B-3500-A534G
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
(70)
37.3 dia
(12.7 dia)
L
L
(70)
40.5 dia
[email protected]@@SR(-E)
The empty boxes in the
model number are for the
cable length. The cable can
be 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or
50 m long.
L
[Servomotor Connector]
Straight plug:
N/MS3106B20-4S
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Cable clamp:
N/MS3057-12A
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
[Servomotor Connector]
Straight plug:
N/MS3106B22-22S
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Cable clamp:
N/MS3057-12A
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
[email protected]@@BR(-E)
The empty boxes in the
model number are for the
cable length. The cable can
be 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or
50 m long.
(12.7 dia)
[200 V] [400 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, 3 to 5 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
2,000 r/min, 3 to 5 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, 2 to 3 kW
[Servomotor Connector]
Straight plug:
N/MS3106B20-18S
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Cable clamp:
N/MS3057-12A
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
a)
[email protected]@@BR(-E)
The empty boxes in the
model number are for the
cable length. The cable can
be 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or
50 m long.
L
(6.1 di
[400 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min, 1 to 2 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
2,000 r/min, 400 W to 2 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, 900 W
(70)
L
(70)
(70)
L
(6.1 d
ia)
(12.7 dia)
[Servomotor Connector]
Straight plug:
N/MS3106B24-11S
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Cable clamp:
N/MS3057-16A
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
L
(70)
L
43.7 dia
ia)
L
[Servomotor Connector]
Straight plug:
N/MS3106B24-11S
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Cable clamp:
N/MS3057-16A
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Ordering Information
(15.6 dia)
(70)
(6.1 d
With Brakes
[email protected]@@BR(-E)
The empty boxes in the
model number are for the
cable length. The cable can
be 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or
50 m long.
Remote I/O Terminals
Robot
Servomotor
Power Cables
for Servomotors
with Brakes
[200 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min, 1 to 2 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
2,000 r/min, 1 to 2 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, 900 W
Vision Sensor
Note: Different connectors are used for the motor power and the brake on 100-V and 200-V, 3,000-r/min Servomotors of 50 to
750 W and Servomotors of 6 to 15 kW. When using a Servomotor with a brake, two cables are required: a Power Cable
without Brake and a Brake Cable.
Multi-function Compact Inverter
[email protected]@@SR(-E)
The empty boxes in the
model number are for the
cable length. The cable can
be 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or
50 m long.
(50)
Combination
table
Robot Cables
L
[Servomotor Connector]
Straight plug:
N/MS3106B24-11S
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Cable clamp:
N/MS3057-16A
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
(70)
Dimensions
[200 V] [400 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, 3 to 5 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
2,000 r/min, 3 to 5 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, 2 to 4.5 kW
L
[Servomotor Connector]
Straight plug:
N/MS3106B24-11S
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Cable clamp:
N/MS3057-16A
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
L
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
[400 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min, 750 W to 2 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
2,000 r/min, 400 W to 2 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, 900 W
(70)
Automation Software
[200 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min, 1 to 2 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
2,000 r/min, 1 to 2 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, 900 W
(10.4 dia)
[100 V] [200 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min, 50 to 750 W
)
[email protected]@@B
The empty boxes in the
model number are for the
cable length. The cable can
be 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or
50 m long.
(5.4 dia
[200 V] [400 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min, 3 to 5 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
2,000 r/min, 3 to 5 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, 2 to 3 kW
L
(70)
(15.6 dia)
With Brakes
[email protected]@@B
The empty boxes in the
model number are for the
cable length. The cable can
be 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or
50 m long.
[Servomotor Connector]
Straight plug:
N/MS3106B20-18S
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Cable clamp:
N/MS3057-12A
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
L
Encoder
Specifications
Without Brakes
[400 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min, 1 to 2 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
2,000 r/min, 400 W to 2 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, 900 W
(70)
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
Robot
Servomotor
Power Cables
for Servomotors
without Brakes
[email protected]@@B
The empty boxes in the
model number are for the
cable length. The cable can
be 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or
50 m long.
General
Specifications
(1)
Standard
Servomotor
Power Cables
for Servomotors
with Brakes
[200 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min, 1 to 2 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
2,000 r/min, 1 to 2 kW
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, 900 W
Machine Automation Controller
Standard Cables
Note: Different connectors are used for the motor power and the brake on 100-V and 200-V, 3,000-r/min Servomotors of 50 to
750 W and Servomotors of 6 to 15 kW. When using a Servomotor with a brake, two cables are required: a Power Cable
without Brake and a Brake Cable.
(70)
Note: Insert the cable length into the boxes in the model number of cables. (3 m: 003, 5 m: 005, 10 m: 010)
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G5-Series
AC Servomotors
Brake Cables
Robot Cables
Brake Cables
(Robot Cables)
Description
[200 V] [400 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,500 r/min, 7.5 to 15 kW
1,000 r/min, 6 kW
[email protected]@@B
The empty boxes in the model
number are for the cable
length. The cable can be 3, 5,
10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or 50 m long.
(5.4 dia)
[100 V] [200 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min, 50 to 750 W
[email protected]@@BR(-E)
The empty boxes in the model
number are for the cable
length. The cable can be 3, 5,
10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or 50 m long.
(3 to 20 m: 4.4 dia
30 to 50 m: 6.1 dia)
(50)
L
[Servomotor Connector]
Angle plug:
JN4FT02SJ1-R
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Connector pins:
ST-TMH-S-C1B-3500-(A534G)
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
(4.4 dia/
5.4 dia)
[100 V] [200 V]
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min, 50 to 750 W
Brake Cables
(Standard Cables)
(2)
Model
[email protected]@@B
The empty boxes in the model
number are for the cable
length. The cable can be 3, 5,
10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or 50 m long.
(3 to 20 m: 4.4 dia
30 to 50 m: 5.4 dia)
(70)
[Servomotor Connector]
Angle plug:
N/MS3106B14S-2S
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Connector pins:
N/MS3057-6A
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
L
(5.4 dia)
Connected to
(70)
L
[Servomotor Connector]
Angle plug:
JN4FT02SJ1-R
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
Connector pins:
ST-TMH-S-C1B-3500-(A534G)
(Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Ltd.)
(4.4 dia/
6.1 dia)
Name
Standard Cables
Symbol
Note: Insert the cable length into the boxes in the model number of cables. (3 m: 003, 5 m: 005, 10 m: 010)
Encoder Cables (for CN2)
Robot Cables
(3)
Robot Encoder
Cables with
Connectors
Description
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min,
For 1 kW (200 V)
For 750 W (400 V)
Cylindrical Servomotors,
2,000 r/min,
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, (Absolute
encoder/ Incremental
encoder)
[email protected]@@N
The empty boxes in the model
number are for the cable
length. The cable can be 3, 5,
10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or 50 m long.
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min, 50 to 750 W
(Absolute encoder/
Incremental encoder)
[email protected]@@CR(-E)
The empty boxes in the model
number are for the cable
length. The cable can be 3, 5,
10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or 50 m long.
(3 to 20 m: 5.2 dia
30 to 50 m: 6.8 dia)
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min,
For 1 kW (200 V)
For 750 W (400 V)
Cylindrical Servomotors,
2,000 r/min,
Cylindrical Servomotors,
1,000 r/min, (Absolute
encoder/ Incremental
encoder)
[email protected]@@NR(-E)
The empty boxes in the model
number are for the cable
length. The cable can be 3, 5,
10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or 50 m long.
(3 to 20 m: 6.8 dia
30 to 50 m: 7.7 dia)
[Servo Drive Connector]
Connector:
55100-0670
(Molex Japan Co., Ltd.)
L
L
[Servo Drive Connector]
Connector:
55100-0670
(Molex Japan Co., Ltd.)
[Servo Drive Connector]
Connector:
55100-0670
(Molex Japan Co., Ltd.)
[Servomotor Connector]
Angle clamp:
JN6FR07SM1
(Japan Aviation Electronics
Industry, Ltd.)
Connector pins:
LY10-C1-A1-10000
(Japan Aviation Electronics
Industry, Ltd.)
(5.2 dia)
Cylindrical Servomotors,
3,000 r/min, 50 to 750 W
(Absolute encoder/
Incremental encoder)
[Servo Drive Connector]
Connector:
55100-0670
(Molex Japan Co., Ltd.)
[Servomotor Connector]
Straight plug:
JN2DS10SL2-R
(Japan Aviation Electronics
Industry, Ltd.)
Contact:
JN1-22-20S-10000
(Japan Aviation Electronics
Industry, Ltd.)
(6.8 dia)
Model
[email protected]@@C
The empty boxes in the model
number are for the cable
length. The cable can be 3, 5,
10, 15, 20, 30, 40, or 50 m long.
(3 to 20 m: 5.2 dia
30 to 50 m: 6.8 dia)
[Servomotor Connector]
Angle clamp:
JN6FR07SM1
(Japan Aviation Electronics
Industry, Ltd.)
Connector pins:
LY10-C1-A1-10000
(Japan Aviation Electronics
Industry, Ltd.)
L
(5.2 dia)
Standard Encoder
Cables with
Connectors
Connected to
L
[Servomotor Connector]
Straight plug:
JN2DS10SL2-R
(Japan Aviation Electronics
Industry, Ltd.)
Cable clamp:
JN1-22-22S-10000
(Japan Aviation Electronics
Industry, Ltd.)
(6.8 dia/
7.7 dia)
Name
Standard Cables
Symbol
Note: Insert the cable length into the boxes in the model number of cables. (3 m: 003, 5 m: 005, 10 m: 010)
Absolute Encoder Backup Battery and Absolute Encoder Battery Cable
Name
Specifications
Battery not included
Model
Description
43.5
0.3 m R88A-CRGD0R3C
300
Absolute Encoder
Battery Cable
Absolute Encoder
Backup Battery
78
One R88A-BAT01G Battery
included.
−
0.3 m R88A-CRGD0R3C-BS
18.8
(4)
t=12
R88A-BAT01G
43.5
110
31
90±5
18.8
Symbol
T=27.2
Battery holder
−
t=12
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G5-Series
AC Servomotors
System Configuration
Control Cables (for CN1)
Symbol
Name
Connected to
Model
[email protected]@@J-B34
The empty boxes in the model number
are for the cable length.
The cable can be 1, or 2 m long.
Connector Terminal
Cable for EtherCAT Communications
Block Cables
(5)
For Connector
Terminal Block
ConnectorTerminal Block
Conversion Units
Cable for EtherCAT
Communications
XW2B-20G4
M3.5 screws
XW2B-20G5
M3 screws
General-purpose Control Cables
with Connector on One End
(7)
M3 screws
Cables for General-Purpose Connection
Machine Automation Controller
(6)
XW2D-20G6
[email protected]@@S-E
The empty boxes in the model number are for the cable
length. The cable can be 1, or 2 m long.
External Encoder Cable (for CN4)
Symbol
Name
Lengths
External Encoder Cable (CN4)
Flexible Cable Type
(8)
Model
R88A-CRKM005SR-E
10 m
R88A-CRKM010SR-E
20 m
R88A-CRKM020SR-E
Automation Software
5m
Analog Monitor Cable (for CN5)
Symbol
(9)
Name
Lengths
Analog Monitor Cable
1m
Model
R88A-CMK001S
Safety Cable (for CN8)
Symbol
Name
Lengths
Safety Connector with Cable
3m
Model
R88A-CSK003S-E
General
Specifications
EtherCAT Communication Cable
Symbol
Description
EtherCAT Communication Cables
• Use a category 5 or higher cable with double, aluminum tape and braided shielding.
Connector (Modular Plug) Specifications
• Use a category 5 or higher, shielded connector.
Ethernet Cable
Servo Drive Connectors
Description
Model
Control I/O Connector
R88A-CNW01C
CN2
Encoder Connector
R88A-CNW01R
CN4
External Encoder connector
R88A-CNK41L
CN8
Safety I/O Signal Connector
R88A-CNK81S
CNA
CND
24Vdc Control Circuit Connector
Regenerative Resistor Connector
R88A-CNA02K-AP
[400VAC] 600W-1.5kW
R88A-CNA01K-AP
[400VAC] 2.0kW
R88A-CNA03K-AP
[100VAC] 50W-400W
[200VAC] 100W-1.5kW
R88A-CNB01G-AP
[400VAC] 600W-1.5kW
R88A-CNB01K-AP
[200VAC] 2.0kW
[400VAC] 2.0kW
R88A-CNB02K-AP
[400VAC] 600W-2.0kW
R88A-CNC01K-AP
[400VAC] 600W-1.5kW
R88A-CND01K-AP
[200VAC] 2.0kW
[400VAC] 2.0kW
R88A-CND02K-AP
Remote I/O Terminals
Servomotor Connector
Description
Servomotor Encoder
Connector
Power cable connector
Model
R88A-CNK02R
[100 V/200 V] 3,000 r/min (1 to 5 kW), 2,000 r/min, 1,000 r/min
[400 V] 3,000 r/min, 2,000 r/min, 1,000 r/min
R88A-CNK04R
[100 V/200 V] 3,000 r/min (50 to 750 W)
R88A-CNK11A
[200 V] [400V] 1,500 r/min (7.5 to 15kW)
1,000 r/min (6.0kW)
R88A-CNK21A-AP
[100 V/200 V] 3,000 r/min (50 to 750 W)
R88A-CNK11B
[200 V] [400V] 1,500 r/min (7.5 to 15kW)
1,000 r/min (6.0kW)
R88A-CNK21B-AP
Ordering Information
Brake cable connector
Applicable Servomotor Capacity
[100 V/200 V] 3,000 r/min (50 to 750 W)
Vision Sensor
CNC
Servomotor Power Connector
R88A-CNA02G-AP
[200VAC] 2.0kW
Combination
table
CNB
Main Circuit Power Supply
Connector
Dimensions
[100VAC] 50W-400W
[200VAC] 100W-1.5kW
Encoder
Specifications
CN1
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Connectors
Performance
Specifications/
Torque and Rotation
Speed Characteristics
(11)
Name
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
(10)
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Multi-function Compact Inverter
MX2-Series
With Machine Automation Mentality
• Current vector Control.
• High Starting torque: 200% at 0.5 Hz.
• Double rating VT 120%/1 min and CT 150% /1 min.
• Speed range up to 1,000 Hz.
• Positioning functionality.
• Safety function *2 EN ISO13849-1:2008 (Cat.3/PLd)
IEC60204-1 Stop Category 0
• Fieldbus communications with optional unit:
EtherCAT, CompoNet and DeviceNet *1
• Modbus communications.
*1 Optional communication unit can be used with the inverter 3G3MX2 of unit version
1.1 or higher.
*2 When the EtherCAT communication unit is mounted onto the MX2, the inverter will
not conform to the safety standards.
Performance Specifications
Inverter 3G3MX2
3-phase 200 V Class
Function name
Model name (3G3MX2-)
Applicable kW
motor
capacity
HP
Rated
output
capacity
[kVA]
200 V
240 V
3-phase 200 V
A2001
A2002
A2004
A2007
A2015
A2022
A2037
A2055
A2075
A2110
CT
0.1
0.2
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
5.5
7.5
11
15
VT
0.2
0.4
0.75
1.1
2.2
3.0
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
CT
1/8
1/4
1/2
1
2
3
5
7 1/2
10
15
20
VT
1/4
1/2
1
1 1/2
3
4
7 1/2
10
15
20
25
CT
0.2
0.5
1.0
1.7
2.7
3.8
6.0
8.6
11.4
16.2
20.7
VT
0.4
0.6
1.2
2.0
3.3
4.1
6.7
10.3
13.8
19.3
23.9
CT
0.3
0.6
1.2
2.0
3.3
4.5
7.2
10.3
13.7
19.5
24.9
VT
0.4
0.7
1.4
2.4
3.9
4.9
8.1
12.4
16.6
23.2
28.6
Rated input voltage
Rated input current
[A]
3-phase 200 V - 15% to 240 V + 10%, 50/60 ± 5%
CT
1.0
1.6
3.3
6.0
9.0
12.7
20.5
30.8
39.6
57.1
62.6
VT
1.2
1.9
3.9
7.2
10.8
13.9
23.0
37.0
48.0
68.0
72.0
CT
1.0
1.6
3.0
5.0
8.0
11.0
17.5
25.0
33.0
47.0
60.0
VT
1.2
1.9
3.5
6.0
9.6
12.0
19.6
30.0
40.0
56.0
69.0
50
50
50
50
50
20
20
20
20
10
10
17
10
Rated output voltage
Rated output
current [A]
3-phase 200 to 240 V (The output cannot exceed the incoming voltage).
Short-time deceleration
braking torque (%)
(Discharge Resistor not
connected)
Braking
Resistor
circuit *
Regenerative
braking
Min. connectable
resistance [Ω]
Weight [kg]
Built-in Braking Resistor circuit (separate Discharge Resistor)
100
100
100
50
50
35
1.0
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.6
1.8
Dimensions (width × height)
[mm]
Dimensions (depth) [mm]
* The BRD usage is 10%.
80
A2150
68 × 128
109
122.5
145.5
35
20
17
2.0
3.3
3.4
108 × 128
140 ×
128
140 × 260
170.5
170.5
155
5.1
7.4
180 ×
296
220 ×
350
175
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MX2-Series
Multi-function Compact Inverter
System Configuration
3-phase 400 V Class
Function name
Model name (3G3MX2-)
Rated
output
capacity
[kVA]
380 V
480 V
A4007
A4015
A4022
A4030
A4040
A4055
A4075
A4110
CT
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.0
4.0
5.5
7.5
11
15
VT
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.0
4.0
5.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
CT
1/2
1
2
3
4
5
7 1/2
10
15
20
VT
1
2
3
4
5
7 1/2
10
15
20
25
CT
1.1
2.2
3.1
3.6
4.7
6.0
9.7
11.8
15.7
20.4
VT
1.3
2.6
3.5
4.5
5.7
7.3
11.5
15.1
20.4
25.0
CT
1.4
2.8
3.9
4.5
5.9
7.6
12.3
14.9
19.9
25.7
VT
1.7
3.4
4.4
5.7
7.3
9.2
14.5
19.1
25.7
31.5
Rated input voltage
Rated input current
[A]
3-phase 380 V - 15% to 480 V + 10%, 50/60 ± 5%
CT
1.8
3.6
5.2
6.5
7.7
11.0
16.9
18.8
29.4
35.9
VT
2.1
4.3
5.9
8.1
9.4
13.3
20.0
24.0
38.0
44.0
Rated output voltage
3-phase 380 to 480 V (The output cannot exceed the incoming voltage).
CT
1.8
3.4
4.8
5.5
7.2
9.2
14.8
18.0
24.0
31.0
VT
2.1
4.1
5.4
6.9
8.8
11.1
17.5
23.0
31.0
38.0
50
50
50
20
20
20
20
20
10
10
Short-time deceleration
braking torque (%)
(Discharge Resistor not
connected)
Regenerative
braking
Weight [kg]
180
180
180
100
100
100
70
70
70
35
1.5
1.6
1.8
1.9
1.9
2.1
3.5
3.5
4.7
5.2
Dimensions (depth) [mm]
108 × 128
143.5
170.5
140 ×
128
140 × 260
180 × 296
170.5
155
175
* The BRD usage is 10%.
200 V
AB007
AB015
AB022
CT
0.1
0.2
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
VT
0.2
0.4
0.55
1.1
2.2
3.0
CT
1/8
1/4
1/2
1
2
3
VT
1/4
1/2
3/4
1 1/2
3
4
CT
0.2
0.5
1.0
1.7
2.7
3.8
VT
0.4
0.6
1.2
2.0
3.3
4.1
CT
0.3
0.6
1.2
2.0
3.3
4.5
VT
0.4
0.7
1.4
2.4
3.9
4.9
Rated input voltage
CT
1.3
3.0
6.3
11.5
16.8
22.0
VT
2.0
3.6
7.3
13.8
20.2
24.0
Rated output voltage
3-phase 200 to 240 V (The output cannot exceed the incoming voltage).
CT
1.0
1.6
3.0
5.0
8.0
11.0
VT
1.2
1.9
3.5
6.0
9.6
12.0
50
50
50
50
50
20
Short-time deceleration
braking torque (%)
(Discharge Resistor not
connected)
Braking
Resistor
circuit *
Regenerative
braking
Weight [kg]
Built-in Braking Resistor circuit (separate Discharge Resistor)
100
100
100
50
50
35
1.0
1.0
1.1
1.6
1.8
1.8
Dimensions (width × height)
[mm]
Dimensions (depth) [mm]
68 × 128
109
Ordering Information
Min. connectable
resistance [Ω]
Remote I/O Terminals
Rated output
current [A]
Dimensions
Rated input current
[A]
1-phase 200 V - 15% to 240 V + 10%, 50/60 Hz ± 5%
Vision Sensor
240 V
AB004
Connection
Diagram
Rated
output
capacity
[kVA]
AB002
Components
and Functions
Applicable kW
motor
capacity
HP
1-phase 200 V
AB001
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Function name
Model name (3G3MX2-)
Version Information
1-phase 200 V Class
Function
Specifications
Dimensions (width × height)
[mm]
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Min. connectable
resistance [Ω]
Built-in Braking Resistor circuit (separate Discharge Resistor)
Performance
Specifications
Braking
Resistor
circuit *
Automation Software
Rated output
current [A]
A4150
Machine Automation Controller
Applicable kW
motor
capacity
HP
3-phase 400 V
A4004
108 × 128
122.5
170.5
* The BRD usage is 10%.
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Multi-function Compact Inverter
MX2-Series
MX2-Series EtherCAT Communication Unit 3G3AX-MX2-ECT
This is the communication unit to connect the Multi-function Compact Inverter MX2 to EtherCAT network.
This communication unit passed the conformance test of EtherCAT.
Note: EtherCAT Communication Unit 3G3AX-MX2-ECT can be used with the inverter 3G3MX2 of unit version 1.1 or higher.
Common Specifications
Item
Specifications
Model
3G3AX-MX2-ECT
Power supply
Supplied from the inverter
Protective structure
Open type (IP20)
Temperature
−10 to +50°C
Storage temperature
−20 to +65°C
Humidity
20% to 90% RH (with no condensation)
Vibration
5.9 m/s2 (0.6 G), 10 to 55 Hz
Application environment
At a maximum altitude of 1,000 m; indoors (without corrosive gases or dust)
Weight
100 g max.
International
standard
UL/cUL
UL508C
EC directive
EMC Directive
:EN61800-3
Low Voltage Directive :EN61800-5-1
EtherCAT Communications Specifications
Item
Communications standard
82
Specifications
IEC 61158 Type12, IEC 61800-7 CiA 402 drive profile
Physical layer
100BASE-TX (IEEE802.3)
Connector
RJ45 × 2 (shielded type)
ECAT IN
: EtherCAT input
ECAT OUT : EtherCAT output
Communications media
Category 5 or higher (cable with double, aluminum tape and braided shielding) is
recommended.
Communications distance
Distance between nodes: 100 m max.
Process data
Fixed PDO mapping
PDO mapping
Mailbox (CoE)
Emergency messages, SDO requests, SDO responses, and SDO information
Distributed clock
FreeRun mode (asynchronous)
LED display
L/A IN (Link/Activity IN) × 1
L/A OUT (Link/Activity OUT) × 1
RUN × 1
ERR × 1
CiA402 drive profile
Velocity mode
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Multi-function Compact Inverter
MX2-Series
Function Specifications
Specifications
Open type (IP20)
Control method
Phase-to-phase sinusoidal modulation PWM
Output frequency range *2
0.10 to 400 Hz (or 1,000 Hz in the high-frequency mode; restrictions apply)
Frequency precision *3
Digital command: ±0.01% of the max. frequency, Analog command: ±0.2% of the max. frequency
(25°C±10°C)
Frequency setting resolution
Digital setting: 0.01 Hz, Analog setting: One-thousandth of the maximum frequency
Voltage/Frequency
characteristics
V/f characteristics (constant/reduced torque)
Sensorless vector control, V/f control with speed feedback
Overload current rating
Heavy load rating (CT): 150%/60 s
Light load rating (VT): 120%/60 s
Instantaneous overcurrent
protection
200% of the value of heavy load rating (CT)
Machine Automation Controller
Control
System Configuration
Function name
Enclosure ratings *1
Acceleration/Deceleration time 0.01 to 3600 s (linear/curve selection), acceleration/deceleration 2 setting available
2 to 15 kHz (with derating)
Starting torque
200%/0.5 Hz (sensorless vector control)
External DC injection braking
Starts at a frequency lower than that in deceleration via the STOP command, at a value set lower than
that during operation, or via an external input. (Level and time settable).
1 point (RP terminal: 32 kHz max., 5 to 24 VDC)
Multi-function output
2 points (P1/EDM, P2; selectable from 43 functions)
Relay output
1 point (1c contact: MC, MA, MB; selectable from 43 functions)
Analog output
(Frequency monitor)
1 point (AM terminal: Voltage 10 bits/0 to 10 V) (Frequency, current selectable)
Pulse output
1 point (MP terminal: 32 kHz max., 0 to 10 V)
RS-422
RJ45 connector (for Digital Operator)
RS-485
Control circuit terminal block, Modbus communication (Modbus-RTU)
USB
USB1.1, mini-B connector
-10 to 50°C (However, derating is required).
Ambient storage temperature
-20°C to 65°C (short-time temperature during transport)
Humidity
20% to 90% RH (with no condensation)
Vibration
5.9 m/s2 (0.6G), 10 to 55 Hz
Location
At a maximum altitude of 1,000 m; indoors (without corrosive gases or dust)
Options
Remote I/O Terminals
Ambient temperature
Dimensions
AVR function, V/f characteristics switching, upper/lower limit, 16-step speeds, starting frequency
adjustment, jogging operation, carrier frequency adjustment, PID control, frequency jump, analog gain/
bias adjustment, S shape acceleration/deceleration, electronic thermal characteristics, level adjustment,
restart function, torque boost function, fault monitor, soft lock function, frequency conversion display,
USP function, motor 2 control function, UP/DWN, overcurrent suppression function, etc.
Vision Sensor
Communications Output signal
2 points (Voltage FV terminal: 10 bits/0 to 10 V, Current FI terminal: 10 bits/4 to 20 mA)
Pulse input
Multi-function Compact Inverter
7 points (Selectable from 59 functions)
Analog input
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Multi-function input
Connection
Diagram
Digital Operator
External digital input signal (3-wire input supported), Modbus communication (Modbus-RTU)
Components
and Functions
RUN/STOP command
Version Information
Digital Operator
External analog input signal: Variable resistance/0 to 10 VDC/4 to 20 mA, Modbus communication
(Modbus-RTU)
Function
Specifications
Frequency settings
Other functions
General specifications
Overcurrent, overvoltage, undervoltage, electronic thermal, temperature error, ground fault overcurrent
at power-on status, rush current prevention circuit, overload limit, incoming overvoltage, external trip,
memory error, CPU error, USP error, communication error, overvoltage suppression during
deceleration, protection upon momentary power outage, emergency cutoff, etc.
Performance
Specifications
Input signal
Protective functions
Automation Software
Carrier frequency adjustment
range
DC reactor, AC reactor, radio noise filter, input noise filter, output noise filter, regenerative braking unit,
Braking Resistor, EMC noise filter, etc.
Ordering Information
Note: 1. The applicable motor is a 3-phase standard motor. For using any other type, be sure that the rated current does not exceed that of the Inverter.
2. Output voltage decreases according to the level of the power supply voltage.
3. The braking torque at the time of capacitor feedback is an average deceleration torque at the shortest deceleration (when it stops from
50 Hz). It is not a continuous regeneration torque. Also, the average deceleration torque varies depending on the motor loss. The value
is reduced in operation over 50 Hz.
*1 Protection method complies with JEM 1030.
*2 To operate the motor at over 50/60 Hz, contact the motor manufacturer to find out the maximum allowable speed of revolution.
*3 For the stable control of the motor, the output frequency may exceed the maximum frequency set in A004 (A204) by 2 Hz max.
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Multi-function Compact Inverter
MX2-Series
Version Information
Unit Versions
Unit
Unit version
Model
EtherCAT Communication Unit for MX2-Series
Ver.1.0
3G3AX-MX2-ECT
Compatible Sysmac Studio version
Ver1.1
Supported
Supported
Version1.00 or higher*
Version1.00 or higher
* The function that was enhanced by the upgrade for Unit version1.1 can not be used. For detail, refer to "Function Support by Unit Version".
Function Support by Unit Version
Unit
Model
Unit version
Unit version 1.0
Unit version 1.1
Item
84
Store-function of back-up number of parameters
Not supported
Supported
Initializing function as parameters.
Not supported
Supported
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Multi-function Compact Inverter
MX2-Series
Components and Functions
System Configuration
Inverter 3G3MX2
Modbus-RTU Termination resistor selector switch
OFF
(Factory default)
Safety function selector switch
Disable
(Factory default)
ON
Enable
USB connector (mini-B)
Machine Automation Controller
Connector for optional board
Connector for Digital Operator (RJ45)
EDM function selector switch
P1 terminal
(Factory default)
Multi-function contact terminal block
EDM output
Automation Software
Control circuit terminal block A
Control circuit terminal block B
CHARGE indicator
Main circuit terminal block
Turn this switch ON when using the safety function. Turn OFF the power before turning this switch ON/OFF. For details, refer to
USER’S MANUAL (Cat.No.I570).
EDM function selector switch
Turn this switch ON when using the EDM output of the safety function. Turn OFF the power before turning this switch ON/
OFF.For details, refer to USER’S MANUAL (Cat.No.I570).
USB connector
Use this mini-B USB connector to connect a PC.
Even when the Inverter is being operated by a PC, etc., via USB connection, it can still be operated using the Digital Operator.
Control circuit terminal blocks A
and B
These terminal blocks are used to connect various digital/analog input and output signals for inverter control, etc.
Multi-function contact terminal block
Use this SPDT contact terminal block for relay outputs.
Main circuit terminal block
Use this terminal block to connect an output to the motor and Braking Resistor, etc.
Also, use this terminal block to connect the inverter to the main power supply.
CHARGE indicator
(Charge indicator LED)
This LED indicator is lit if the DC voltage of the main circuit (between terminals P/+2 and N/-) remains approx. 45 V or above
after the power has been cut off. Before wiring, etc. confirm that the Charge LED indicator is turned OFF.
Vision Sensor
Rotary switches
for node address
setting (× 10, × 1)
Dimensions
Status indicator
(L/A IN, L/A OUT,
RUN, ERR)
Connection
Diagram
EtherCAT Communication Unit 3G3AX-MX2-ECT
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Use this connector to mount the optional board. (Communications Units and other options can be connected.)
Components
and Functions
Use this connector to connect the Digital Operator.
Connector for optional board
Version Information
Connector for Digital Operator
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Safety function selector switch
Function
Specifications
Function
Use this Terminal Resistor selector switch for RS-485 terminals on the control circuit terminal block. When this switch is turned
ON, the internal 200 Ω Resistor is connected.
Performance
Specifications
Name
Modbus-RTU Termination resistor
selector switch
Remote I/O Terminals
Ordering Information
Communications connector
(IN, OUT)
FG cable
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Multi-function Compact Inverter
MX2-Series
Connection Diagram
AX
MC
ON
ELB
MC
Single-phase
3-phase power
supply
If any source-logic external
output devices or external
power supply is used, refer
to "Connection to
Programmable Controller
(PLC)" on page 2-22.
Shorting
bar
R/L1 (L1) *1
S/L2
T/L3 (N) *1
U/T1
+1
SC
3~
W/T3
PSC
AX
M
V/T2
24 VDC
P24
MC
OFF
Motor
Shorting bar
DC reactor
Remove the short
bar when connecting
a DC reactor.
P/+2
SC
RB
Thermistor
S7/EB
N/−
S6
MC
S5/TH
Multi-function inputs
(7 contact inputs)
MA
S4/GS2
MB
S3/GS1
S2
10 VDC power supply
10 VDC
FS
(7 mA Max.)
Analog voltage input
0 to 10 V (10 bits)
FV
Analog current input
4 to 20 mA (10 bits)
FI
Pulse input
5 to 24 VDC
(32 kHz Max.)
Analog voltage
output 0 to 10 V
(10 bits)
Pulse output
0 to 10 VDC
(32 kHz Max.)
Multi-function
relay output
P2
S1
Power: 1/4 W min.
Resistance: 2 kΩ min.
Braking Resistor *2
Approx.
100 Ω
Multi-function
P1/EDM outputs (2 outputs)
PC
Approx.
10 kΩ
RS+
SC
Serial communication port
(RS-485/Modbus-RTU)
RP
SC
AM
MP
SC
RS−
Terminal
Resistor
Terminal Resistor
selector switch
When using a Regenerative Braking Unit
Regenerative Braking Resistor *2
Braking Unit *2
RB
SC
SC
SC
Optional board connector
Communications Option Unit *2
*1 Connect to terminals L1 and N on a single-phase, 200-V Inverter ([email protected]@@).
*2 Optional.
86
N/−
P
P
N RB
Ground to 100 Ω or less for 200-V class
Ground to 100 Ω or less for 400-V class
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Multi-function Compact Inverter
MX2-Series
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
System Configuration
68
56
3G3MX2-AB001
3G3MX2-AB002
3G3MX2-AB004
3G3MX2-A2001
3G3MX2-A2002
3G3MX2-A2004
3G3MX2-A2007
4.5 dia.
8.8.8.8.
118
128
Machine Automation Controller
5
Power supply
1-phase
200 V
D
2.6
108
H [mm]
D [mm] D1 [mm]
109
13.5
3G3MX2-AB004
122.5
27
109
13.5
3G3MX2-A2004
122.5
27
3G3MX2-A2007
145.5
50
3G3MX2-A2001
3G3MX2-A2002
68
128
Two, 4.5 dia.
96
8.8.8.8.
128
Power supply
3-phase
200 V
3G3MX2-A2015
3G3MX2-A2022
3G3MX2-A4004
3-phase
400 V
4.4
3G3MX2-A4007
3G3MX2-A4015
3G3MX2-A4022
3G3MX2-A4030
170.5
55
143.5
28
170.5
55
Two, 4.5 dia.
128
Dimensions
8.8.8.8.
118
128
Vision Sensor
140
128
D [mm] D1 [mm]
Connection
Diagram
3G3MX2-A2037
3G3MX2-A4040
108
H [mm]
Components
and Functions
D1
W [mm]
Multi-function Compact Inverter
3G3MX2-AB007
3G3MX2-AB015
3G3MX2-AB022
Version Information
D
Model
1-phase
200 V
Function
Specifications
5
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
118
Performance
Specifications
3G3MX2-AB007
3G3MX2-AB015
3G3MX2-AB022
3G3MX2-A2015
3G3MX2-A2022
3G3MX2-A4004
3G3MX2-A4007
3G3MX2-A4015
3G3MX2-A4022
3G3MX2-A4030
W [mm]
Automation Software
3-phase
200 V
D1
Model
3G3MX2-AB001
3G3MX2-AB002
Remote I/O Terminals
5
170.5
55
4.4
Model
3G3MX2-A2037
3-phase
400 V
3G3MX2-A4040
W [mm]
H [mm]
D [mm] D1 [mm]
140
128
170.5
Ordering Information
Power supply
3-phase
200 V
55
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3G3MX2-A2055
3G3MX2-A2075
3G3MX2-A4055
3G3MX2-A4075
140
122
MX2-Series
Two, 6 dia.
8.8.8.8.
248
260
6
Power supply
155
73.3
Model
3-phase
200 V
3G3MX2-A2055
3G3MX2-A2075
3-phase
400 V
3G3MX2-A4055
3G3MX2-A4075
W [mm]
H [mm]
D [mm] D1 [mm]
140
260
155
W [mm]
H [mm]
D [mm] D1 [mm]
180
296
175
97
73.3
6
3G3MX2-A2110
3G3MX2-A4110
3G3MX2-A4150
180
Two, 7 dia.
160
8.8.8.8.
284
296
7
Power supply
175
97
Model
3-phase
200 V
3G3MX2-A2110
3-phase
400 V
3G3MX2-A4110
3G3MX2-A4150
Power supply
Model
W [mm] H [mm]
D [mm]
D1 [mm]
3-phase
200 V
3G3MX2-A2150
220
175
84
5
3G3MX2-A2150
220
192
Two, 7 dia.
8.8.8.8.
336
350
7
175
84
5
88
350
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MX2-Series
System Configuration
EtherCAT Communication Unit
3G3AX-MX2-ECT
Status Indicator
67.6
Rotary switches for node
address setting
44.9
28.6
Machine Automation Controller
60.0
27.9
FG cable
53.1
Communications
10.3 10.3
connector (IN)
Communications
connector (OUT)
26.4mm *
D*
Automation Software
28.2
FG cable
* After the EtherCAT Communication Unit is installed, dimension D of the inverter increases by 26.4 mm.
(Dimension D of the inverter varies depending on the capacity. Refer to the manual for the inverter.)
Function
Specifications
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Performance
Specifications
Components
and Functions
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Version Information
Dimensions
Vision Sensor
Connection
Diagram
Remote I/O Terminals
Ordering Information
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Vision Sensor
System Configuration
FQ-M-Series
Designed for motion tracking
Machine Automation Controller
• Connectivity with EtherCAT/Ethernet
• Up to 5000 pieces per minute with 360 degree rotation*
• Vision sensor with encoder input for tracking function
• Calibration function of the complete system
• Flexible data output depending on the output devices
* The processing speed depends on setting conditions.
Automation Software
System configuration
EtherCAT connections
Sysmac Studio *
Standard Edition
Vision Edition
Machine Automation
Controller NJ series
Touch Finder *
[email protected]@@-ECT
[email protected]@@-M-ECT
(With built-in EtherCAT slave function)
Industrial Switching Hubs for
EtherNet/IP and Ethernet
Another slave
(With built-in EtherCAT slave function)
FQ-M Ethernet Cables (RJ45/M12)
FQ-M EtherCAT Cables
(M12/RJ45)
FQ-M I/O Cables
Trigger input
sensor
Incremental
rotary encoder
PLC for I/O control
Lighting Controller
(FL-STC)
Note: 1. EtherCAT and Ethernet (PLC Link) can not be used simultaneously.
2. It is not possible to configure and adjust the FQ-M via an NJ-series controller, when they are connected via an EtherCAT network. For
configuration and adjustment of FQ-M, connect the FQ-M and a computer or a Touch Finder via an Ethernet network.
Version Information
* Sysmac Studio and Touch Finder can not be used together. When both are connected, Sysmac Studio will have a priority.
When you use the Sysmac Studio Standard Edition and connect the FQ series and the Machine Automation Controller NJ-series, connect them with a
general-purpose Ethernet cable or a USB cable.
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Power Supply
24 VDC
EtherCAT
Communications
Specifications
External Lightings
(FL Series)
Lighting Controllers
FL-TCC1
Specifications
FQ-M EtherCAT Cables
(M12/M12)
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
FQ-M EtherCAT Cables
(RJ45/M12)
System
Configuration
Standard Ethernet Cables
Dimensions
Vision Sensor
Components
and Functions
Remote I/O Terminals
Optical Chart
Ordering Information
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Vision Sensor
FQ-M-Series
Specifications
Sensors
Type
EtherCAT communication function provided
Item
Model
NPN
PNP
Field of vision, Installation distance
Main functions
Image input
External Lightings
Data logging
FQ-MS120-M-ECT
FQ-MS125-ECT
FQ-MS125-M-ECT
Selecting a lens according to the field of vision and installation distance. Refer to the “Optical Chart” page.
Shape search, Search, Labeling, Edge position
Number of simultaneous inspections
32
Number of registered scenes
32
Image processing method
Real color
Monochrome
Image elements
1/3-inch color CMOS
1/3-inch monochrome CMOS
Image filter
High dynamic range (HDR) and white balance
High dynamic range (HDR)
Shutter
Electronic shutter; select shutter speeds from 1/10 to 1/30000 (sec)
Processing resolution
752 (H) × 480 (V)
Pixel size
6.0 (μm) × 6.0 (μm)
Frame rate (image read time)
60fps (16.7ms)
Connecting method
Connection via a strobe light controller
Connectable lighting
FL series
Measurement data
In Sensor: Max. 32000 items *1
Images
In Sensor: 20 images *1
I/O trigger, Encoder trigger, Communications trigger (Ethernet No-protocol, PLC Link, or EtherCAT)
Input signals
9 signals
• Single measurement input (TRIG)
• Error clear input (IN0)
• Encoder counter reset input (IN1)
• Encoder input (A±, B±, Z±) *3
Output signals
5 signals *2
• OUT0 Overall judgement output (OR)
• OUT1 Control output (BUSY)
• OUT2 Error output (ERROR)
• OUT3 (Shutter output: SHTOUT)
• OUT4 (Strobe trigger output: STGOUT)
I/O specifications
Ethernet specifications
100BASE-TX/10BASE-TX
EtherCAT specifications
Dedicated protocol for EtherCAT 100BASE-TX
Connection method
Special connector cables
• Power supply and I/O:
1 special connector I/O cable
• Touch Finder, Computer and Ethernet: 1 Ethernet cable
• EtherCAT:
2 EtherCAT cable
•
•
•
•
OR:
ERR:
BUSY:
ETN:
EtherCAT display
•
•
•
•
L/A IN (Link/Activity IN) × 1
L/A OUT (Link/Activity OUT) × 1
RUN × 1
ERR × 1
Power supply voltage
21.6 to 26.4 VDC (including ripple)
Insulation resistance
Between all lead wires and case: 0.5 MΩ (at 250 V)
Current consumption
450mA max. (When the FL-series Strobe controller and lighting are used.)
250mA max. (When external lighting is not used.)
Ambient temperature range
Operating: 0 to 50 °C, Storage: -20 to 65 °C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Ambient atmosphere
No corrosive gas
Vibration resistance
(destruction)
10 to 150 Hz, single amplitude: 0.35 mm, X/Y/Z directions, 8 min each, 10 times
Shock resistance
(destruction)
150 m/s2 3 times each in 6 direction (up, down, right, left, forward, and backward)
Degree of protection
IEC60529 IP40
LED display
Environmental
immunity
Monochrome
FQ-MS120-ECT
Inspection items
Measurement trigger
Ratings
Color
Judgment result indicator
Error indicator
BUSY indicator
Ethernet communications indicator
Materials
Case: alminium die casting, Rear cover: alminium plate
Weight
Approx. 480 g (Sensor only)
Accessories
Instruction Manual
*1 If a Touch Finder is used, results can be saved up to the capacity of an SD card.
*2 The five output signals can be allocated for the judgements of individual inspection items.
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Vision Sensor
FQ-M-Series
System Configuration
*3 Encoder input specifications
Pulse input Specifications (When an open collector type encoder is used.)
Item
Specification
24 VDC ±10%
12 VDC ±10%
Input current
4.8 mA (at 24 VDC, typical value)
2.4 mA (at 12 VDC, typical value)
1.0 mA (at 5 VDC, typical value)
ON voltage *1
4.8 V max.
2.4 V max.
1.0 V max.
OFF voltage *2
19.2 V min.
9.6 V min.
4.0 V min.
ON voltage *1
19.2 V min.
9.6 V min.
4.0 V min.
OFF voltage *2
4.8 V max.
2.4 V max.
1.0 V max.
NPN
PNP
5 VDC ±5%
Maximum response frequency *3
50 kHz (I/O cable: when the FQ-MWD005 or FQ-MWDL005 cables is used.)
20 kHz (I/O cable: when the FQ-MWD010 or FQ-MWDL010 cables is used.)
Input impedance
5.1 kΩ
Machine Automation Controller
Input voltage
*1 ON voltage: Voltage to change from OFF to ON state. The ON voltage is the difference of voltages between the GND terminal of the
encoder power terminals and each input terminal.
*2 OFF voltage: Voltage to change from ON to OFF state. The ON voltage is the difference of voltages between the GND terminal of the
encoder power terminals and each input terminal.
*3 Select maximum response frequency depending on length of the encoder cable and response frequency of the encoder.
Pulse input Specifications (When a line-driver output type encoder is used.)
Automation Software
Item
Specification
Input voltage
EIA standard RS-422-A line driver level
Input impedance *1
120 Ω ±5%
Differential input voltage
0.2 V min.
Hysteresis voltage
50 mV
Maximum response frequency
*2
200 kHz (I/O cable: when the FQ-MWD005, FQ-MWDL005, FQ-MWD010, or FQ-MWDL010 cables is used.)
Type
Model with DC power supply
Model with AC/DC/battery power supply
Model
FQ-MD30
FQ-MD31
Number of connectable Sensors
Last result display, Last NG display, trend monitor, histograms
Types of display images
Through, frozen, zoom-in, and zoom-out images
Data logging
Measurement results, measured images
Menu language
LCD
Indications
320 × 240
Display colors
16,777,216
Life expectancy *1
50,000 hours at 25 °C
Brightness adjustment
Provided
Screen saver
Provided
Power indicator
(color: green)
POWER
Error indicator
(color: red)
ERROR
SD card access indicator
(color: yellow)
SD ACCESS
Operation interface
Method
Resistance film
Life expectancy *2
1,000,000 operations
100 BASE-TX/10 BASE-T
SD card
Omron SD card (Model: HMC-SD291) or a SDHC card of Class4 or higher rating
is recommended.
DC power connection
---
100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Battery connection
---
FQ-BAT1 Battery (1 cell, 3.7 V)
---
1.5 h
Continuous operation on Battery *3
Current consumption
DC power connection: 0.2 A
Insulation resistance
Between all lead wires and case: 0.5 MΩ (at 250 V)
Ambient temperature range
Operating: 0 to 50 °C
Storage: -25 to 65 °C
(with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Operating: 0 to 50 °C when mounted to
DIN Track or panel 0 to 40 °C when
operated on a Battery
Storage: -25 to 65 °C
(with no icing or condensation)
Ordering Information
Environmental
immunity
20.4 to 26.4 VDC (including ripple)
AC adapter connection
Remote I/O Terminals
Ethernet
Power supply voltage
Ratings
CHARGE
Optical Chart
External interface
Touch screen
---
Dimensions
Charge indicator
(color: orange)
Vision Sensor
Pixels
Components
and Functions
Indicators
3.5-inch TFT color LCD
Version Information
Backlight
English, Japanese
Display device
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Types of measurement displays
EtherCAT
Communications
Specifications
Main functions
2 max.
Specifications
Item
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Touch Finder
System
Configuration
*1 When terminating resistance function is used.
*2 Select maximum response frequency depending on length of the encoder cable and response frequency of the encoder.
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Vision Sensor
FQ-M-Series
Item
Environmental
immunity
Type
Model with DC power supply
Model with AC/DC/battery power supply
Model
FQ-MD30
FQ-MD31
Ambient atmosphere
No corrosive gas
Vibration resistance (destruction)
10 to 150 Hz, single amplitude: 0.35 mm, X/Y/Z directions 8 min each, 10 times
Shock resistance (destruction)
150 m/s2 3 times each in 6 direction (up, down, right, left, forward, and backward)
Degree of protection
IEC 60529 IP20
Dimensions
95 × 85 × 33 mm
Materials
Case: ABS
Weight
Approx. 270 g (without Battery and hand strap)
Accessories
Touch Pen (FQ-XT), Instruction Manual
*1 This is a guideline for the time required for the brightness to diminish to half the initial brightness at room temperature and humidity. No guarantee
is implied. The life of the backlight is greatly affected by the ambient temperature and humidity. It will be shorter at lower or higher temperatures.
*2 This value is only a guideline. No guarantee is implied. The value will be affected by operating conditions.
*3 This value is only a guideline. No guarantee is implied. The value will be affected by the operating environment and operating conditions.
Battery Specifications
Item
Model
FQ-BAT1
Battery type
Secondary lithium ion battery
Nominal capacity
1800 mAh
Rated voltage
3.7 V
Dimensions
35.3 × 53.1 × 11.4 mm
Ambient temperature range
Operating: 0 to 40 °C
Storage: -25 to 65 °C
(with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operating and storage: 35% to 85%
(with no condensation)
Charging method
Charged in Touch Finder (FQ-MD31).
AC adapter ([email protected]) is required.
Charging time *1
2.0 h
Battery backup life *2
300 charging cycles
Weight
50 g max.
*1 This value is only a guideline. No guarantee is implied. The value
will be affected by operating conditions.
*2 This is a guideline for the time required for the capacity of the
Battery to be reduced to 60% of the initial capacity. No guarantee
is implied.The value will be affected by the operating environment
and operating conditions.
FQ-M Series EtherCAT Communications Specifications
Item
Specifications
Communications standard
IEC 61158 Type12
Physical layer
100BASE-TX (IEEE802.3)
Connector
M12 × 2
E-CAT IN
: EtherCAT (IN)
E-CAT OUT : EtherCAT (OUT)
Communications media
Use the cables for [email protected]@, or [email protected]@ series.
Communications distance
Use the communication cable within the length of [email protected]@ or [email protected]@ series cables.
Process data
Variable PDO Mapping
Mailbox (CoE)
Emergency messages, SDO requests, SDO responses, and SDO information
Distributed clock
Synchronization with DC mode 1
LED display
L/A IN (Link/Activity IN) × 1
L/A OUT (Link/Activity OUT) × 1
RUN × 1
ERR × 1
Version Information
FQ-M Series and Programming Devices
Required Programming Device
FQ-M Series
[email protected]@@(-M)-ECT
94
Sysmac Studio Standard Edition/Vision Edition
Ver.1.00
Ver.1.01 or higher
Not supported
Supported
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Vision Sensor
FQ-M-Series
Components and Functions
System Configuration
Sensor
(10)
(6)
(2)
(9)
(11)
(8)
(5)
(7)
(3)
Machine Automation Controller
(4)
(1)
(7)
No.
Name
Description
No.
(1)
I/O Cable connector
An I/O Cable is used to connect the
Sensor to the power supply and external I/O.
(2)
Ethernet connector
An Ethernet cable is used to connect the
Sensor to external devices such as
PLCs, the Touch Finder, or computers.
Lighting connector
Connect an EtherCAT compatible device.
EtherCAT connector
(OUT)*
Connect an EtherCAT compatible device.
(6)
Node address switch *
Set the node address for EtherCAT
communications.
(7)
Installation holes
Holes to install and secure the camera.
(8)
C-mount lens connection
part
Install the C-mount lens in this part.
Determine the field of view depending on
the measurement target and select a
suitable CCTV lens (C-mounting lens).
(11)
EtherCAT
Operation
indicators
OR
Lit in orange while OR signal is ON.
ETN
Lit in orange while in Ethernet communications.
ERROR
Lit in red when an error occurs.
BUSY
Lit in green while the sensor is processing.
L/A IN
Lit in green when Link with EtherCAT
device is established and flickers in
green when communicating (data IN).
L/A OUT
Lit in green when Link with EtherCAT
device is established and flickers in
green when communicating (data OUT).
ECAT RUN
Lit in green when EtherCAT communication is available.
ECAT ERROR
Lit in red when an EtherCAT communications error occurs.
* [email protected]@@-ECT and [email protected]@@-M-ECT only.
Specifications
Touch Finder
EtherCAT
Communications
Specifications
(7)
(1)
(4)
Version Information
(2)
(5)
(11)
(8)
Multi-function Compact Inverter
(6)
(3)
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
EtherCAT connector (IN)*
(5)
(10)
Measurement
process
Operation
indicators
Install the strobe controller in this part.
FL-TCC1 can be mounted.
System
Configuration
(4)
Description
Strobe controller
connection holes
Automation Software
(3)
Connect an external lighting (strobe
controller).
Name
(9)
(9)
(10)
Name
Description
ERROR
Lights red when an error occurs.
(7)
Touch pen
Used to operate the touch panel.
SD ACCESS
Lights yellow when an SD card is inserted.
Flashes yellow when the SD card is
being accessed.
(8)
DC power supply
connector
Used to connect a DC power supply.
CHARGE *
Lights orange when the Battery is charging.
(9)
Slider
Used to mount the Touch Finder to a DIN
Track.
(10)
Ethernet port
Used when connecting the Touch Finder
to the Sensor with an Ethernet cable.
Insert the connector until it locks in place.
(11)
Strap holder
This is a holder for attaching the strap.
(12)
AC power supply
connector *
Used to connect the AC adapter.
LCD/touch panel
Displays the setting menu, measurement
results, and images input by the camera.
(3)
SD card slot
An SD card can be inserted.
(4)
Battery cover *
The Battery is inserted behind this cover.
Remove the cover when mounting or
removing the Battery.
Power supply switch
The Battery is inserted behind this cover.
Remove the cover when mounting or
removing the Battery.
Ordering Information
The touch pen can be stored here when
it is not being used.
(2)
(5)
Name
Touch pen holder
Remote I/O Terminals
Operation
indicators
No.
(6)
Optical Chart
(1)
Description
Lights green when the Touch Finder is
turned ON.
POWER
Dimensions
No.
Vision Sensor
Components
and Functions
(12)
* Applicable to the FQ-MD31 only.
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FQ-M-Series
Vision Sensor
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
Sensor
FQ-MS120-ECT/MS120-M-ECT
FQ-MS125-ECT/MS125-M-ECT
25.4
MOUNTING SCREW HOLES (1)
OPTICAL AXIS
98±0.1
50±0.1
50
25
4-4.5 dia.
4.6
4-M4 DEPTH 8.5 max.
98
4.55
25.25
50.5
15.05
5
6-M2 DEPTH 4.5 max.
12.5
(5)
10.35
110
MOUNTING SCREW HOLES (2)
23.45
10.7
(30)
28
4-M4 DEPTH 7 max.
OPTICAL AXIS
4-4.5 dia.
18
36±0.1
36
75
30±0.1
33
63
8.7
30
22.08
Touch Finder
FQ-MD30/MD31
Panel Mounting Adapter *2
(36.9)
(2)
3.5
31.6
20
116
95
44.5
*1
95
70
33
116
(133.4)
85
85
35.5
52.9
14
27.9
23.8
(8.1)
Panel Cutout Dimensions
12.1
13.5
15
111±1
27
10
17.3
19.2
111±1
*1
*1 Provided with FQ-MD31 only.
*2 The dimension of the panel mounting adapter does not include that
of a [email protected]@.
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Vision Sensor
FQ-M-Series
System Configuration
Cables
z For EtherCAT and Ethernet cable
Angle:M12/ Straight:RJ45
FQ-MWNL005/010
14.8 dia.
L*
36.3
(56.5)
12 dia.
19.5 dia.
35
(14.6)
(5)
35
6.5 dia.
Machine Automation Controller
(5)
30.9
(14)
19.5 dia.
ANGLED CONNECTOR M12
ETHERNET CONNECTOR RJ45
* Cable is available in 5 m/10 m.
Straight type (M12/RJ45)
FQ-WN005/010
L*
(44.7)
(5)
(54.7)
19.5 dia.
35
35
6.5 dia.
(5)
Automation Software
(14.9 dia.)
(19.9)
19.5 dia.
CIRCULAR CONNECTOR M12
ETHERNET CONNECTOR RJ45
* Cable is available in 5 m/10 m.
L*
36.3
36.3
12 dia.
(5)
19.5 dia.
35
35
(5)
Specifications
6.5 dia.
30.9
19.5 dia.
ANGLED CONNECTOR M12
EtherCAT
Communications
Specifications
* Cable is available in 5 m/10 m.
Straight type (M12/M12)
FQ-MWNE005/010
L*
(44.7)
(19.5 dia.)
(14.9 dia.)
35
35
CIRCULAR CONNECTOR M12
(14.9 dia.)
CIRCULAR CONNECTOR M12
L*
29.95
35
8.5 dia.
Dimensions
(5)
41.7
Vision Sensor
21 dia.
(5)
Components
and Functions
* Cable is available in 5 m/10 m.
z I/O Cables
Angle type
FQ-MWDL005/010
(44.7)
(19.5 dia.)
Version Information
(5)
Multi-function Compact Inverter
ANGLED CONNECTOR M12
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
14.8 dia.
System
Configuration
z For EtherCAT cable
Angle type (M12/M12)
FQ-MWNEL005/010
19.5 dia.
* Cable is available in 5 m/10 m.
Straight type
FQ-MWD005/010
L*
(53.5)
(5)
35
8.5 dia.
Remote I/O Terminals
Optical Chart
ANGLED CONNECTOR M15
19.5 dia.
Ordering Information
(21 dia.)
CIRCULAR CONNECTOR M15
* Cable is available in 5 m/10 m.
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Vision Sensor
FQ-M-Series
Optical Chart
10,000
t0
t2
3Z4S-LE
t0
t5
Camera distance (mm)
ML-7527
ML-10035
t10
t20
1,000
t15
t30
t40
t50
t60
t2
t5
t10
t15
t50
t20
t30
t40
200
2
10
100
400
10,000
Field of vision (mm)
t0
t0
t0
t0
Camera distance (mm)
ML-0614
ML-0813
ML-1214
ML-1614
ML-2514
ML-3519
ML-5018
t0
t1
1,000
t2
t5
t35
t30 t25
t4
t20
t25
t20 t15
100
t20
t1
t15
t0
t
t1
t2
t5
t10
t0.5
t1.5
t5
t
t1
t10
t1.5
t5
t2
t10
t1.5
t0
t0.5
t1
t2
t15
3Z4S-LE
t1
t0.5
t0.5
t1
30
2
10
100
1,000
Field of vision (mm)
Meaning of Optical Chart
The X axis of the optical chart shows the field of vision (mm) *1,
and the Y axis of the optical chart shows the camera installation distance (mm).*2
Field of vision (mm)
Camera
Extension Tube
thickness: t (mm)
Y Field of vision
Lens
Camera distance (mm)
WD (mm)
Field of vision (mm)
98
X
*1. The lengths of the fields of vision given in the
optical charts are the lengths of the Y axis.
*2. The vertical axis represents WD for small cameras.
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EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
System Configuration
GX-Series
Realizes high-speed communication
to match a variety of applications
Machine Automation Controller
• Digital I/O Terminals
Inputs/Outputs the digital ON/OFF signals.
• Analog I/O Terminals
Inputs/Outputs the analog signal of 0-5V or 4-20mA, etc., and executes A/D
or D/A conversion.
• Encoder Input Terminal
Performs conversion for pulse input signals from an encoder.
• Expansion Units
Automation Software
Attached to the Digital I/O Unit to expands the I/O points.
Can be attached to a two-tier terminal block type with 16 inputs, 16 outputs,
and 16 relay outputs.
General Specifications
Specification
Vibration resistance
Malfunction 10 to 60 Hz with amplitude of 0.7 mm, 60 to 150Hz and 50 m/s2 in X, Y, and Z directions for 80 minutes
<Relay Output Unit GX-OC1601 only>
10 to 55 Hz with double-amplitude of 0.7 mm
Impact resistance
150 m/s2 with amplitude of 0.7 mm
<Relay Output Unit GX-OC1601 only>
100 m/s2 (3 times each in 6 directions on 3 axes)
Dielectric strength
600 VAC (between isolated circuits)
Isolation resistance
20 MΩ or more (between isolated circuits)
Ambient operating temperature
−10 to 55 °C
Operating humidity
25% to 85% (with no condensation)
Operating atmosphere
No corrosive gases
Storage temperature
−25 to 65 °C
Storage humidity
25% to 85% (with no condensation)
Terminal block screws
tightening torque *
M3 wiring screws: 0.5 N•m
M3 terminal block mounting screws: 0.5 N•m
Mounting method
35-mm DIN track mounting
Vision Sensor
Conforms to IEC 61000-4-4, 2 kV (power line)
Multi-function Compact Inverter
20.4 to 26.4 VDC (24 VDC −15% to +10%)
Noise resistance
Version Information
I/O power supply voltage
EtherCAT
Communications
Specifications
20.4 to 26.4 VDC (24 VDC −15% to +10%)
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Item
Unit power supply voltage
General
Specifications
It is common specifications of EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminal GX-Series. Refer to the pages of specifications for individual I/O terminals for details.
* Applicable only to 2-tier terminal block and 3-tier terminal block type slaves.
Remote I/O Terminals
Ordering Information
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EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminal
GX-Series
EtherCAT Communications Specifications
Communications Specifications of GX-Series EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminal
Item
Communication protocol
Modulation
Baud rate
Physical layer
Specification
Dedicated protocol for EtherCAT
Base band
100 Mbps
100BASE-TX (IEEE802.3)
RJ45 shielded connector × 2
CN IN: EtherCAT input
CN OUT: EtherCAT output
Category 5 or higher (cable with double, aluminum tape and braided shielding is recommended.)
Distance between nodes (slaves): 100 m max.
Conforms to IEC 61000-4-4, 1 kV or higher
Set with decimal rotary switch or Sysmac Studio
1 to 99: Set with rotary switch
1 to 65535: Set with Sysmac Studio
PWR × 1
L/A IN (Link/Activity IN) × 1
L/A OUT (Link/Activity OUT) × 1
RUN × 1
ERR × 1
Fixed PDO mapping
2 bit to 256 byte
Emergency messages, SDO requests, SDO responses, and SDO information
Digital I/O Slave Unit and Analog I/O Slave Unit: Free Run mode (asynchronous)
Encoder Input Slave Unit: DC mode 1
Connectors
Communications media
Communications distance
Noise resistance
Node address setting method
Node address range
LED display
Process data
PDO size/node
Mailbox
SYNCHRONIZATION mode
Version Information
Unit Versions
Units
Models
Unit Version
Unit version 1.0
GX-Series EtherCAT Slave Units
[email protected]@@@@@
Compatible Sysmac Studio version
Unit version 1.1
Supported
Supported
Version1.00 or higher*
Version1.00 or higher
* The function that was enhanced by the upgrade for Unit version1.1 can not be used. For detail, refer to "Function Support by Unit Version".
Function Support by Unit Version
The following tables show the relationship between unit versions and CX-Programmer versions.
Unit Versions and Programming Devices
Unit
GX-Series EtherCAT Slave Units
Model
[email protected]@@@@@
Unit version
Unit version 1.0
Item
100
Unit version 1.1
Sysmac error status
No Supported
Supported
Save the node address setting
No Supported
Supported
Serial Number Display
No Supported
Supported
ESI standard (1.0)
Supported
Supported
SII data check
No Supported
Supported
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GX-Series
EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminal
System Configuration
Machine Automation Controller
Automation Software
EtherCAT
Communications
Specifications
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
General
Specifications
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Version Information
Vision Sensor
Remote I/O Terminals
Ordering Information
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Digital I/O Terminal 2-tier Terminal Block Type
[email protected]@1/OC1601
High-speed digital I/O terminal with the
screw type terminal block for EtherCAT
communications
• Detachable screw terminal block facilitates the maintenance.
• The expansion unit can be connected.
(One expansion unit per one I/O terminal unit.)
Input/output point can be flexibly increased depending on the
system.
• Input response time can be switched for high-speed processing.
• Selectable node address setting methods: setting with rotary
switch and with tool software.
When setting the nodes with rotary switch, setting is easy and
node identification becomes possible for maintenance.
Expansion Units
One Expansion Unit can be combined with one Digital I/O Terminal ([email protected]/[email protected]/OC1601). The following Expansion Units are available.
They can be combined in various ways for flexible I/O capacity expansion.
Model
102
I/O points
Input capacity
Output capacity
XWT-ID08
8 DC inputs (NPN)
8
0
XWT-ID08-1
8 DC inputs (PNP)
8
0
XWT-OD08
8 transistor outputs (NPN)
0
8
XWT-OD08-1
8 transistor outputs (PNP)
0
8
XWT-ID16
16 DC inputs (NPN)
16
0
XWT-ID16-1
16 DC inputs (PNP)
16
0
XWT-OD16
16 transistor outputs (NPN)
0
16
XWT-OD16-1
16 transistor outputs (PNP)
0
16
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EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
GX-Series
Digital I/O Terminal 2-tier Terminal Block Type
General Specifications
System Configuration
For Common Specifications of I/O terminals, refer to page 99.
Input Section Specifications
16-point Input Terminals
Specification
Item
GX-ID1611
GX-ID1621
Input capacity
16 points
Internal I/O common
NPN
ON voltage
15 VDC min. (between each input terminal and the V terminal) 15 VDC min. (between each input terminal and the G terminal)
OFF voltage
5 VDC max. (between each input terminal and the V terminal)
OFF current
1.0 mA max.
Input current
6.0 mA max./input (at 24-VDC)
3.0 mA max./input (at 17-VDC)
ON delay
0.1 ms max.
OFF delay
0.2 ms max.
Input filter value
Without filter, 0.5 ms, 1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 8 ms, 16 ms, 32 ms (Default setting: 1 ms)
Number of circuits per common
16 inputs/common
Input indicators
LED display (yellow)
Isolation method
Photocoupler isolation
I/O power supply current consumption
5 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
Weight
180 g max.
Expansion functions
Enabled
Short-circuit protection function No
Note: For the I/O power supply current value to V and G terminals, refer to GX Series Operation Manual (Cat. No. W488).
16-point Output Terminals
Relay 16-point Output Terminals
Specification
Item
GX-OD1611
0.5 A/output, 4.0 A/common
Internal I/O common
NPN
PNP
Residual voltage
1.2 V max.
(0.5 ADC, between
each output terminal and the G terminal)
1.2 V max.
(0.5 ADC, between
each output terminal and the V terminal)
Leakage current
0.1 mA max.
16 points
Mounted relays
NY-5W-K-IE (Fujitsu Component) *
Rated load
Resistance load
250 VAC 2 A/output, common 8 A
30 VDC 2 A/output, common 8 A
Rated ON current
3 A/output
Maximum contact voltage
250 VAC, 125 VDC
Maximum contact current
3 A/output
Maximum switching capacity
750 VAAC, 90 WDC
Minimum applicable load
(reference value)
5 VDC 1mA
Number of circuits per common
16 points/common
Mechanical service life
20,000,000 operations min.
Output indicators
LED display (yellow)
Electrical service life
100,000 operations min.
Isolation method
Photocoupler isolation
Number of circuits per common
16 points/common
I/O power supply method
Supply by I/O power supply
Output indicators
LED display (yellow)
Unit power supply current consumption
90 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power
supply voltage)
Isolation method
Relay isolation
I/O power supply current consumption
5 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power
supply voltage)
I/O power supply method
The relay drive power is supplied from
the unit power supply.
Weight
180 g max.
Unit power supply current consumption
210 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
Expansion functions
Enabled
Weight
290 g max.
Output handling for communications
errors
Select either hold or clear
Expansion functions
Enabled
Short-circuit protection function No
Note: For the I/O power supply current value to V and G terminals,
refer to GX Series Operation Manual (Cat. No. W488).
Remote I/O Terminals
1.5 ms max.
Vision Sensor
0.5 ms max.
OFF delay
Dimensions
ON delay
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Rated current (ON current)
GX-OC1601
Output capacity
Wiring
16 points
Components
and Functions
Output capacity
Specification
Item
GX-OD1621
General
Specifications
Output Section Specifications
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
90 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
Automation Software
Supply by I/O power supply
Unit power supply current consumption
5 VDC max. (between each input terminal and the G terminal)
Expansion Units
I/O power supply method
Machine Automation Controller
PNP
Output handling for communicaSelect either hold or clear
tions errors
Short-circuit protection function No
* For the specification of individual relay, refer to the data sheet of
published by manufacturers.
Ordering Information
Precautions for Correct Use
• With a current of between 2 and 3 A (8 to 10 A per common), either ensure that the number of points per common that simultaneously turn ON does not exceed
4 or ensure that the ambient temperature does not exceed 45 °C. Also, there are no restrictions if the current does not exceed 2 A (8 A per common).
• The rated current is the value for assuring normal operation, and not for assuring durability of the relays. The relay service life depends greatly on factors such
as the operating temperature, the type of load, and switching conditions. The actual equipment must be checked under actual operating conditions.
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EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
GX-Series
Digital I/O Terminal 2-tier Terminal Block Type
Input and Output Section Specifications
8-point Input and 8-point output Terminals
General Specifications
Specification
Item
GX-MD1611
GX-MD1621
Internal I/O common
NPN
PNP
I/O indicators
LED display (yellow)
Unit power supply
80 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltcurrent consumption age)
Weight
190 g max.
Expansion functions
No
Short-circuit protection function
No
Input Section
Item
Output Section
Specification
GX-MD1611
GX-MD1621
Specification
GX-MD1611
GX-MD1621
Input capacity
8 points
Output capacity
8 points
15 VDC min.
15 VDC min.
(between each input ter- (between each input terminal and the V terminal) minal and the G terminal)
Rated output current
0.5 A/output, 2.0 A/common
ON voltage
Residual voltage
1.2 V max. (0.5 ADC, be- 1.2 V max. (0.5 ADC, between each output termi- tween each output terminal and the G terminal)
nal and the V terminal)
Leakage current
0.1 mA max.
ON delay
0.5 ms max.
OFF delay
1.5 ms max.
Number of circuits
per common
8 points/common
Isolation method
Photocoupler isolation
I/O power supply
method
Supply by I/O power supply
OFF voltage
5 VDC max.
5 VDC max.
(between each input ter- (between each input terminal and the V terminal) minal and the G terminal)
OFF current
1.0 mA max.
Input current
6.0 mA max./input (at 24-VDC)
3.0 mA max./input (at 17-VDC)
ON delay
0.1 ms max.
OFF delay
0.2 ms max.
Input filter value
Without filter, 0.5 ms, 1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 8 ms, 16 ms,
32 ms
(Default setting: 1 ms)
Number of circuits
per common
8 points/common
Isolation method
Photocoupler isolation
I/O power supply
method
Supply by I/O power supply
I/O power supply cur- 5 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltrent consumption
age)
104
Item
I/O power supply cur- 5 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltrent consumption
age)
Output handling for
communications errors
Select either hold or clear
Note: For the I/O power supply current value to V and G terminals,
refer to GX Series Operation Manual (Cat. No. W488).
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EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
GX-Series
Digital I/O Terminal 2-tier Terminal Block Type
Components and Functions
3
System Configuration
16 Inputs Terminal
16 Outputs Terminal
GX-ID1611/ID1621
GX-OD1611/OD1621
5
4
No.
Name
Function
(CN IN)
0
1 2
3
4 5
6
7
8
IN
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Communications connector
2
Unit Power SupConnect the unit power supply (24 VDC).
ply Connector
3
Status indicator
It indicates the communication state and the operation state of I/O terminals.
4
Node address
Switch
It sets node addresses of terminals (decimal).
Setting range is 00 to 99.
5
Input terminal:
Input indicator
(0 to 15)
Output terminal:
Output indicator
(0 to 15)
Indicates the state of input/output contact (ON/OFF).
Input terminal:
Not lit: Contact OFF (input OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (input ON state)
Output terminal:
Not lit: Contact OFF (output OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (output ON state)
6
Terminal Block
Connects external devices and the I/O power supply.
V, G: I/O power supply terminals
0 to 15: Input terminals
7
DIN track
mounting hook
Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
2
6
7
Automation Software
1
Machine Automation Controller
1
Connects the communications cable
which comes from the Master Unit side.
(CN OUT) Connects the communications cable of
the next I/O terminal.
Relay 16-point Output Terminals GX-OC1601
3
4
5
No.
Name
Function
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
3
Status indicator
It indicates the communication state and the operation state of I/O terminals.
4
Node address
Switch
It sets node addresses of terminals (decimal).
Setting range is 00 to 99.
8
7
5
Output indicator
(0 to 15)
Indicates the state of output contact (ON/OFF).
Not lit: Contact OFF (input OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (input ON state)
6
Output Relay
Turn ON/OFF the contacts.
7
Terminal Block
Connects external devices and the I/O power supply.
COM0, COM1: Common terminals
0 to 15: Output terminals
8
DIN track
mounting hook
Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
6
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Unit Power SupConnect the unit power supply (24 VDC).
ply Connector
Wiring
2
Components
and Functions
Communications connector
General
Specifications
1
1
2
Connects the communications cable
which comes from the Master Unit side.
(CN OUT) Connects the communications cable of
the next I/O terminal.
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
1
Expansion Units
(CN IN)
0
8 Inputs Terminal / 8 Outputs Terminal GX-MD1611/MD1621
4
5
6
No.
Name
Function
2
Unit Power SupConnect the unit power supply (24 VDC).
ply Connector
3
Status indicator
It indicates the communication state and the operation state of I/O terminals.
4
Node address
Switch
It sets node addresses of terminals (decimal).
Setting range is 00 to 99.
8
5
Input indicator
(0 to 7)
Indicates the state of input contact (ON/OFF).
Not lit: Contact OFF (input OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (input ON state)
6
Output indicator
(0 to 7)
Indicates the state of output contact (ON/OFF).
Not lit: Contact OFF (output OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (output ON state)
7
Terminal Block
Connects external devices and the I/O power supply.
<Left side>
V1, G1: Input I/O terminals
0 to 7: Input terminals
<Right side>
V2, G2: Output I/O terminals
0 to 7: Output terminals
8
DIN track
mounting hook
Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
7
Ordering Information
Communications connector
Remote I/O Terminals
1
1
2
Connects the communications cable
which comes from the Master Unit side.
(CN OUT) Connects the communications cable of
the next I/O terminal.
Vision Sensor
(CN IN)
Dimensions
3
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GX-Series
EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
Digital I/O Terminal 2-tier Terminal Block Type
Wiring
1
0
3
2
14
12
10
GX-OD1621 (PNP)
5
7
4
15
13
11
9
8
PNP output 3-wire sensor 2-wire sensor
(Photoelectric sensor, (Limit switch, etc.)
proximity sensor)
GX-OD1611 (NPN)
V
7
6
Brown (white)
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
NPN output 3-wire sensor 2-wire sensor
(Photoelectric sensor, (Limit switch, etc.)
proximity sensor)
G
5
4
Blue (black)
3
2
Black (white)
1
0
Brown (red)
V
G
14
12
10
15
13
11
9
8
Blue (black)
7
6
Brown (white)
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
5
4
Blue (black)
3
2
Brown (red)
1
0
Black (white)
V
G
GX-ID1621 (PNP)
Blue (black)
GX-ID1611 (NPN)
6
V
14
12
10
15
13
11
9
8
1
G
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
3
0
2
5
4
7
12
10
8
15
13
11
9
6
14
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
Solenoid valve, etc.
Solenoid valve, etc.
Solenoid valve, etc.
Solenoid valve, etc.
GX-OC1601
1
3
0
Load
10
8
COM0 9
6
14
13
Load
Load
Load
Load
12
11
Load
COM1
15
Load
Load
Load
Load
Load
Load
AC power supply
(DC power supply
is also allowed)
3
2
5
4
7
6
NPN output 3-wire sensor 2-wire sensor
(Photoelectric sensor, (Limit switch, etc.)
proximity sensor)
1
V1
NC
G1
NC
3
0
2
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
Solenoid valve, etc. Solenoid valve, etc.
5
6
1
V2
7
4
G2
0
PNP output 3-wire sensor
(Photoelectric sensor,
proximity sensor)
3
2
5
4
7
6
Brown (white)
0
Blue (black)
G2
Blue (black)
1
V2
7
6
Brown (white)
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
5
4
Blue (black)
3
2
Black (white)
0
Brown (red)
1
V1
G1
GX-MD1621 (PNP)
Brown (red)
GX-MD1611 (NPN)
Black (white)
Load
Load
7
5
4
Blue (black)
Load
Load
2
NC
NC
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
Solenoid valve, etc. Solenoid valve, etc.
2-wire sensor
(Limit switch, etc.)
Note: Wire colors have been changed according to revisions in the JIS standards for photoelectric and proximity sensors. The colors in
parentheses are the wire colors prior to the revisions.
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EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
GX-Series
Digital I/O Terminal 2-tier Terminal Block Type
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
System Configuration
GX-ID1611/ID1621
GX-OD1611/OD1621
135
52
50
Machine Automation Controller
3.14
73.9
57.1
Automation Software
GX-OC1601
160
50
52
General
Specifications
74.4
Components
and Functions
GX-MD1611/MD1621
50
3.14
Vision Sensor
Dimensions
52
Wiring
135
Multi-function Compact Inverter
57.6
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Expansion Units
3.14
73.9
Remote I/O Terminals
57.1
Ordering Information
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Digital I/O Terminal 3-tier Terminal Block Type
[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected]
A common terminal is provided for each
contact.
It eliminate the needs for relay terminal
blocks
• It is unnecessary to share the common terminal among multiple
contacts.
Easy-to-find wiring locations.
• Detachable screw terminal block facilitates the maintenance.
• Input response time can be switched for high-speed processing.
• Selectable node address setting methods: setting with rotary
switch and with tool software.
When setting the nodes with rotary switch, setting is easy and
node identification becomes possible for maintenance.
General Specifications
For Common Specifications of I/O terminals, refer to page 99.
Input Section Specifications
Output Section Specifications
16-point Input Terminals
16-point Output Terminals
Specification
Item
GX-ID1612
Input capacity
16 points
Internal I/O common
NPN
ON voltage
15 VDC min.
(between each input terminal and the V terminal)
OFF voltage
5 VDC max.
(between each input terminal and the V terminal)
OFF current
Input current
GX-OD1612
GX-OD1622
Output capacity
16 points
PNP
Rated current (ON
current)
0.5 A/output, 4.0 A/common
15 VDC min.
(between each input terminal and the G terminal)
Internal I/O common
NPN
PNP
5 VDC max.
(between each input terminal and the G terminal)
Residual voltage
1.2 V max.
(0.5 ADC, between each
output terminal and the G
terminal)
1.2 V max.
(0.5 ADC, between each
output terminal and the V
terminal)
1.0 mA max.
Leakage current
0.1 mA max.
6.0 mA max./input (at 24-VDC)
3.0 mA max./input (at 17-VDC)
ON delay
0.5 ms max.
OFF delay
1.5 ms max.
ON delay
0.1 ms max.
OFF delay
0.2 ms max.
Number of circuits
per common
8 points/common
Input filter value
Without filter, 0.5 ms, 1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 8 ms, 16 ms,
32 ms (Default setting: 1 ms)
Output indicators
LED display (yellow)
Isolation method
Photocoupler isolation
I/O power supply
method
Supply by I/O power supply
100 mA/point
Number of circuits
per common
8 points/common
Input indicators
LED display (yellow)
Isolation method
Photocoupler isolation
I/O power supply
method
Output device supply current
Supply by I/O power supply
Input device supply
current
100 mA/point
Unit power supply
current
consumption
90 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
Unit power supply
current consumption
90 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
I/O power supply
current consumption
5 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
I/O power supply
current consumption
Weight
370 g max.
5 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
Expansion functions
No
Weight
370 g max.
Expansion functions
Select either hold or clear
No
Output handling for
communications errors
Short-circuit protection function
No
Short-circuit protection function
No
Note: For the I/O power supply current value to V and G terminals,
refer to GX Series Operation Manual (Cat. No. W488).
108
Specification
Item
GX-ID1622
Note: For the I/O power supply current value to V and G terminals,
refer to GX Series Operation Manual (Cat. No. W488).
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EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
GX-Series
Digital I/O Terminal 3-tier Terminal Block Type
System Configuration
Input and Output Section Specifications
8-point Input and 8-point output Terminals
General Specifications
Specification
Item
GX-MD1612
GX-MD1622
Internal I/O common
NPN
I/O indicators
LED display (yellow)
Unit power supply
current consumption
90 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
Weight
370 g max.
Expansion functions
No
Short-circuit protection function
No
Item
Output Section
Specification
GX-MD1612
ON voltage
15 VDC min.
(between each input terminal and the V terminal)
OFF voltage
5 VDC max.
(between each input terminal and the V terminal)
OFF current
1.0 mA max./input
Input current
Specification
GX-MD1612
GX-MD1622
0.5 A/output, 2.0 A/common
5 VDC max.
(between each input terminal and the G terminal)
Residual voltage
1.2 V max. (0.5 ADC, between each output terminal and the G terminal)
Leakage current
0.1 mA max.
ON delay
0.5 ms max.
6.0 mA max./input (at 24-VDC)
3.0 mA max./input (at 17-VDC)
OFF delay
1.5 ms max.
ON delay
0.1 ms max.
Number of circuits
per common
8 points/common
OFF delay
0.2 ms max.
Isolation method
Photocoupler isolation
Input filter value
Without filter, 0.5 ms, 1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 8 ms, 16 ms,
32 ms (Default setting: 1 ms)
I/O power supply
method
Supply by I/O power supply
Number of circuits
per common
8 points/common
Output device supply current
100 mA/point
Isolation method
Photocoupler isolation
I/O power supply
method
Supply by I/O power supply
I/O power supply
current consumption
5 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
Input device supply
current
100 mA/point
Select either hold or clear
I/O power supply
current consumption
Output handling for
communications
errors
5 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
1.2 V max. (0.5 ADC, between each output terminal and the V terminal)
Note: For the I/O power supply current value to V and G terminals,
refer to GX-Series Operation Manual (Cat. No. W488).
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Rated output current
Dimensions
15 VDC min.
(between each input terminal and the G terminal)
Wiring
8 points
Components
and Functions
Output capacity
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
8 points
Item
General
Specifications
Input capacity
GX-MD1622
Automation Software
Input Section
Machine Automation Controller
PNP
Vision Sensor
Remote I/O Terminals
Ordering Information
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GX-Series
Digital I/O Terminal 3-tier Terminal Block Type
Components and Functions
16 Inputs Terminal
16 Outputs Terminal
3
GX-ID1612/ID1622
GX-OD1612/OD1622
4
5
1
2
7
No.
6
Name
Function
1
Communications connector
(CN IN) Connects the communications cable which comes from the Master Unit side.
(CN OUT) Connects the communications cable of the next I/O terminal.
2
Unit Power Supply Connector
Connect the unit power supply (24 VDC).
3
Status indicator
It indicates the communication state and the operation state of I/O terminals.
4
Node address Switch
It sets node addresses of terminals (decimal).
Setting range is 00 to 99.
5
Input terminal:
Input indicator (0 to 15)
Output terminal:
Output indicator (0 to 15)
Indicates the state of input/output contact (ON/OFF).
Input terminal:
Not lit: Contact OFF (input OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (input ON state)
Output terminal:
Not lit: Contact OFF (output OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (output ON state)
6
Terminal Block
Connects external devices and the I/O power supply.
<Left side>
V1, G1: I/O power supply terminals
0 to 7: Output terminals
<Right side>
V2, G2: I/O power supply terminals
8 to 15: Input terminals (Output terminals)
7
DIN track mounting hook
Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
8 Inputs Terminal / 8 Outputs Terminal GX-MD1612/MD1622
3
5
4
6
1
2
8
No.
110
7
Name
Function
1
Communications connector
(CN IN) Connects the communications cable which comes from the Master Unit side.
(CN OUT) Connects the communications cable of the next I/O terminal.
2
Unit Power Supply Connector
Connect the unit power supply (24 VDC).
3
Status indicator
It indicates the communication state and the operation state of I/O terminals.
4
Node address Switch
It sets node addresses of terminals (decimal).
Setting range is 00 to 99.
5
Input indicator (0 to 7)
Indicates the state of input contact (ON/OFF).
Not lit: Contact OFF (input OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (input ON state)
6
Output indicator (0 to 7)
Indicates the state of output contact (ON/OFF).
Not lit: Contact OFF (output OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (output ON state)
7
Terminal Block
Connects external devices and the I/O power supply.
<Left side>
V1, G1: Input I/O puwer supply terminals
0 to 7: Input terminals
<Right side>
V2, G2: Output I/O power supply terminals
0 to 7: Output terminals
8
DIN track mounting hook
Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
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GX-Series
EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
Digital I/O Terminal 3-tier Terminal Block Type
Wiring
GX-ID1622 (PNP)
2
3
4
5
6
7
NC
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
NC
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
NC
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
Black (white)
Brown (red)
Blue (black)
Brown (white)
Brown (red)
Blue (black)
Brown (white)
15
Machine Automation Controller
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
Blue (black)
1
V1
Black (white)
0
V1
Blue (black)
NC
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
2-wire sensor PNP output 3-wire sensor
(Limit switch, etc.) (Photoelectric sensor,
proximity sensor)
2-wire sensor NPN output 3-wire sensor
(Limit switch, etc.) (Photoelectric sensor,
proximity sensor)
GX-OD1612 (NPN)
GX-OD1622 (PNP)
2
3
4
5
6
7
NC
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
NC
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
NC
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
Pink (white)
PNP input 3-wire
external device
(Alley light of
photoelectric sensor)
Components
and Functions
4
5
6
7
NC
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
NC
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
G2
I/O power
supply
(24 VDC)
Black (white)
I/O power
supply
(24 VDC)
2-wire sensor
(Limit switch, etc.)
Solenoid valve, etc.
Blue (black)
2-wire sensor
(Limit switch, etc.)
NPN input 3-wire
external device
(Alley light of
photoelectric sensor)
PNP output 3-wire
sensor
(Photoelectric sensor,
proximity sensor)
Solenoid valve, etc.
PNP input 3-wire
external device
(Alley light of
photoelectric sensor)
Vision Sensor
NPN output 3-wire
sensor
(Photoelectric sensor,
proximity sensor)
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
Pink (white)
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
Pink (white)
3
V2
Blue (black)
2
V2
Brown (red)
1
V2
Blue (black)
0
V2
Brown (red)
NC
V1
Brown (white)
7
V1
Blue (black)
6
V1
Brown (red)
5
V1
Blue (black)
4
V1
Blue (black)
3
V1
Brown (white)
2
V1
Note: Wire colors have been changed according to revisions in the JIS standards for photoelectric and proximity sensors.
The colors in parentheses are the wire colors prior to the revisions.
Dimensions
Multi-function Compact Inverter
1
V1
Dimensions
0
V1
Wiring
NC
Black (white)
GX-MD1622 (PNP)
Brown (red)
GX-MD1612 (NPN)
Brown (red)
Brown (red)
Pink (white)
Solenoid valve, etc.
NPN input 3-wire
external device
(Alley light of
photoelectric sensor)
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
15
General
Specifications
Solenoid valve, etc.
Blue (black)
1
V1
Blue (black)
0
V1
Automation Software
NC
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
System Configuration
GX-ID1612 (NPN)
(Unit: mm)
200
52
Remote I/O Terminals
GX-ID1612/ID1622
GX-OD1612/OD1622
GX-MD1612/MD1622
50
3.14
Ordering Information
93.5
68.9
10.1
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Easy wiring using industry standard
e-CON connectors.
Special wiring tool is not necessary
• Digital I/O terminal with industry standard e-CON connectors.
• A common terminal is provided for each connector.
The I/O terminal and the sensors can be connected directly.
• Input response time can be switched for high-speed processing.
• Selectable node address setting methods: setting with rotary
switch and with tool software.
When setting the nodes with rotary switch, setting is easy and
node identification becomes possible for maintenance.
General Specifications
For Common Specifications of I/O terminals, refer to page 99.
Input Section Specifications
16-point Input Terminals
32-point Input Terminals
Specification
Item
GX-ID1618
Input capacity
16 points
Internal I/O common
NPN
PNP
ON voltage
15 VDC min.
(between each input terminal and
the V terminal)
15 VDC min.
(between each input terminal and
the G terminal)
OFF voltage
5 VDC max.
(between each input terminal and
the V terminal)
5 VDC max.
(between each input terminal and
the G terminal)
OFF current
GX-ID3218
GX-ID3228
Input capacity
32 points
Internal I/O common
NPN
PNP
ON voltage
15 VDC min.
(between each input terminal and
the V terminal)
15 VDC min.
(between each input terminal and
the G terminal)
OFF voltage
5 VDC max.
(between each input terminal and
the V terminal)
5 VDC max.
(between each input terminal and
the G terminal)
1.0 mA max.
OFF current
1.0 mA max.
Input current
6.0 mA max./input (at 24-VDC)
3.0 mA max./input (at 17-VDC)
Input current
6.0 mA max./input (at 24-VDC)
3.0 mA max./input (at 17-VDC)
ON delay
0.1 ms max.
ON delay
0.1 ms max.
OFF delay
0.2 ms max.
OFF delay
0.2 ms max.
Input filter value
Without filter, 0.5 ms, 1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms,
8 ms, 16 ms, 32 ms (Default setting: 1
ms)
Input filter value
Without filter, 0.5 ms, 1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms,
8 ms, 16 ms, 32 ms (Default setting: 1
ms)
Number of circuits per common
16 points/common
Number of circuits per common
32 points/common
Input indicators
LED display (yellow)
Input indicators
LED display (yellow)
Isolation method
No isolation
Isolation method
No isolation
I/O power supply method
Supplied from unit power supply
I/O power supply method
Supplied from unit power supply
Input device supply current
50 mA/point
Input device supply current
50 mA/point
Unit power supply current consumption
150 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
Unit power supply current consumption
230 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
Weight
140 g max.
Weight
220 g max.
Expansion functions
No
Expansion functions
No
Short-circuit protection function Available (Operates at 50 mA/point min.)
Note: For the I/O power supply current value to V and G terminals,
refer to GX Series Operation Manual (Cat. No. W488).
112
Specification
Item
GX-ID1628
Short-circuit protection function Available (Operates at 50 mA/point min.)
Note: For the I/O power supply current value to V and G terminals,
refer to GX Series Operation Manual (Cat. No. W488).
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GX-Series
Digital I/O Terminal e-CON Connector Type
System Configuration
Output Section Specifications
16-point Output Terminals
32-point Output Terminals
Specification
Item
GX-OD1618
16 points
Rated current (ON current)
Internal I/O common
GX-OD3218
GX-OD3228
Rated current (ON current)
0.5 A/output, 4.0 A/common
NPN
PNP
Internal I/O common
NPN
PNP
Residual voltage
1.2 V max. (0.5
ADC, between
each output terminal and the G terminal)
1.2 V max. (0.5
ADC, between
each output terminal and the V terminal)
Residual voltage
1.2 V max. (0.5
ADC, between
each output terminal and the G terminal)
1.2 V max. (0.5
ADC, between
each output terminal and the V terminal)
Leakage current
0.1 mA max.
Leakage current
0.1 mA max.
ON delay
0.5 ms max.
ON delay
0.5 ms max.
OFF delay
1.5 ms max.
OFF delay
1.5 ms max.
Number of circuits per common
16 points/common
Number of circuits per common
16 points/common
Output indicators
LED display (yellow)
Output indicators
LED display (yellow)
Isolation method
Photocoupler isolation
Isolation method
Photocoupler isolation
I/O power supply method
Supply by I/O power supply
I/O power supply method
Supply by I/O power supply
Output device supply current
100 mA/point
Output device supply current
100 mA/point
Unit power supply current consumption
80 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power
supply voltage)
Unit power supply current consumption
100 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
Weight
130 g max.
Weight
210 g max.
Expansion functions
No
Expansion functions
No
Output handling for communications errors
Select either hold or clear
Output handling for communications errors
Select either hold or clear
Short-circuit protection function No
Short-circuit protection function No
Note: For the I/O power supply current value to V and G terminals,
refer to GX Series Operation Manual (Cat. No. W488).
8-point Input and 8-point output Terminals
Components
and Functions
Input and Output Section Specifications
Note: For the I/O power supply current value to V and G terminals,
refer to GX Series Operation Manual (Cat. No. W488).
GX-MD1618
Wiring
Specification
Item
GX-MD1628
PNP
I/O indicators
LED display (yellow)
Unit power supply current consumption
120 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
Weight
140 g max.
Expansion functions
No
Short-circuit protection function
Available at input section only (Operates
at 50 mA/point min.)
Vision Sensor
NPN
Dimensions
Internal I/O common
Multi-function Compact Inverter
General Specifications
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
0.5 A/output, 4.0 A/common
Automation Software
32 points
General
Specifications
Output capacity
Machine Automation Controller
Output capacity
Specification
Item
GX-OD1628
Remote I/O Terminals
Ordering Information
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GX-Series
Digital I/O Terminal e-CON Connector Type
Input Section
Output Section
Specification
Item
GX-MD1618
GX-MD1628
Item
Specification
GX-MD1618
GX-MD1628
Input capacity
8 points
Output capacity
8 points
15 VDC min.
15 VDC min.
(between each input ter(between each input terminal and the G termiminal and the V terminal)
nal)
Rated output current
0.5 A/output, 2.0 A/common
ON voltage
Residual voltage
1.2 V max. (0.5 ADC, be- 1.2 V max. (0.5 ADC, between each output termi- tween each output terminal and the G terminal)
nal and the V terminal)
Leakage current
0.1 mA max.
ON delay
0.5 ms max.
OFF voltage
5 VDC max.
5 VDC max.
(between each input ter- (between each input terminal and the V terminal) minal and the G terminal)
OFF current
1.0 mA max.
OFF delay
1.5 ms max.
Input current
6.0 mA max./input (at 24-VDC)
3.0 mA max./input (at 17-VDC)
Number of circuits per
common
8 points/common
ON delay
0.1 ms max.
Isolation method
Photocoupler isolation
OFF delay
0.2 ms max.
Supply by I/O power supply
Input filter value
Without filter, 0.5 ms, 1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 8 ms, 16 ms,
32 ms (Default setting: 1 ms)
I/O power supply
method
Output device supply
current
100 mA/point
Number of circuits per
common
8 points/common
Isolation method
No-isolation
I/O power supply current consumption
5 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
I/O power supply
method
Supplied from unit power supply
Output handling for
communications errors
Select either hold or clear
Input device supply
current
50 mA/point
I/O power supply current consumption
5 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
Note: For the I/O power supply current value to V and G terminals,
refer to GX Series Operation Manual (Cat. No. W488).
16-point Input and 16-point output Terminals
General Specifications
Specification
Item
GX-MD3218
GX-MD3228
Internal I/O common
NPN
PNP
I/O indicators
LED display (yellow)
Unit power supply
current consumption
140 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply
voltage)
Weight
220 g max.
Expansion functions
No
Short-circuit protection function
Available at input section only (Operates at 50 mA/
point min.)
Input Section
Item
GX-MD3218
GX-MD3228
Item
Specification
GX-MD3218
GX-MD3228
Input capacity
16 points
Output capacity
16 points
15 VDC min.
15 VDC min.
(between each input ter(between each input terminal and the G termiminal and the V terminal)
nal)
Rated output current
0.5 A/output, 2.0 A/common
ON voltage
Residual voltage
1.2 V max. (0.5 ADC, be- 1.2 V max. (0.5 ADC, between each output termi- tween each output terminal and the G terminal)
nal and the V terminal)
Leakage current
0.1 mA max.
ON delay
0.5 ms max.
OFF delay
1.5 ms max.
Number of circuits per
common
16 points/common
Isolation method
Photocoupler isolation
Supply by I/O power supply
OFF voltage
114
Output Section
Specification
5 VDC max.
5 VDC max.
(between each input ter(between each input terminal and the G termiminal and the V terminal)
nal)
OFF current
1.0 mA max.
Input current
6.0 mA max./input (at 24-VDC)
3.0 mA max./input (at 17-VDC)
ON delay
0.1 ms max.
OFF delay
0.2 ms max.
I/O power supply
method
Input filter value
Without filter, 0.5 ms, 1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 8 ms, 16 ms,
32 ms (Default setting: 1 ms)
Output device supply
current
100 mA/point
Number of circuits per
common
16 points/common
I/O power supply current consumption
5 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
Isolation method
No-isolation
I/O power supply
method
Select either hold or clear
Supplied from unit power supply
Output handling for
communications errors
Input device supply
current
50 mA/point
I/O power supply current consumption
5 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power supply voltage)
Note: For the I/O power supply current value to V and G terminals,
refer to GX Series Operation Manual (Cat. No. W488).
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GX-Series
Digital I/O Terminal e-CON Connector Type
Components and Functions
System Configuration
16 Inputs Terminal GX-ID1618/ID1628
3
5
4
0
8
1
9
2
10
3
11
No.
4
12
5
13
6
14
Name
Communications
connector
2
Unit Power Supply
Connector
Connect the unit power supply (24 VDC).
2
3
Status indicator
It indicates the communication state and the operation state
of I/O terminals.
4
Node address Switch
It sets node addresses of terminals (decimal).
Setting range is 00 to 99.
5
Input indicator (0 to 15)
Indicates the state of input contact (ON/OFF).
Not lit: Contact OFF (input OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (input ON state)
6
I/O connector (0 to 15)
Connects an external device.
7
DIN track mounting hook Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
6
Machine Automation Controller
1
Connects the communications cable which comes
from the Master Unit side.
(CN OUT) Connects the communications cable of the next I/
O terminal.
1
7
Function
(CN IN)
7
15
Automation Software
16 Outputs Terminal GX-OD1618/OD1628
3
5
4
0
8
1
9
2
10
3
11
No.
4
12
5
13
6
14
Name
2
3
Status indicator
It indicates the communication state and the operation state
of I/O terminals.
8
4
Node address Switch
It sets node addresses of terminals (decimal).
Setting range is 00 to 99.
5
Output indicator (0 to 15)
Indicates the state of output contact (ON/OFF).
Not lit: Contact OFF (output OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (output ON state)
6
I/O connector (0 to 15)
Connects an external device.
7
I/O power supply connector
Supplies the I/O power.
8
DIN track mounting hook Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
6
8 Inputs/8 Outputs Terminal GX-MD1618/MD1628
3
4
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
2
Unit Power Supply Connector
Connect the unit power supply (24 VDC).
3
Status indicator
It indicates the communication state and the operation state
of I/O terminals.
8
9
4
Node address Switch
It sets node addresses of terminals (decimal).
Setting range is 00 to 99.
5
Input indicator (0 to 7)
Indicates the state of input contact (ON/OFF).
Not lit: Contact OFF (input OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (input ON state)
6
Output indicator (0 to 7)
Indicates the state of output contact (ON/OFF).
Not lit: Contact OFF (output OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (output ON state)
7
I/O connector (0 to 15)
Connects an external device.
<Top side>
For input device
<Bottom side>
For output device
8
I/O power supply connector
Supplies the I/O power. (For output device)
9
DIN track mounting hook Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
7
Remote I/O Terminals
Communications connector
Vision Sensor
1
Connects the communications cable which comes
from the Master Unit side.
(CN OUT) Connects the communications cable of the next I/
O terminal.
1
2
Function
(CN IN)
5
6
Name
Dimensions
No.
0
0
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Connect the unit power supply (24 VDC).
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Unit Power Supply Connector
Wiring
2
Components
and Functions
Communications connector
General
Specifications
1
Connects the communications cable which comes
from the Master Unit side.
(CN OUT) Connects the communications cable of the next I/
O terminal.
1
7
Function
(CN IN)
7
15
Ordering Information
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GX-Series
EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
Digital I/O Terminal e-CON Connector Type
32 Inputs Terminal GX-ID3218/ID3228
3
5
4
No.
Name
Function
(CN IN)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
8
1
9
2
10
3
11
4
12
5
13
6
14
1
Communications
connector
Connects the communications cable which comes from the Master
Unit side.
(CN OUT) Connects the communications cable of the next I/O terminal.
2
Unit Power Supply Connector
Connect the unit power supply (24 VDC).
3
Status indicator
It indicates the communication state and the
operation state of I/O terminals.
4
Node address
Switch
It sets node addresses of terminals (decimal).
Setting range is 00 to 99.
5
Input indicator
(IN1 0 to 15, IN2
0 to 15)
Indicates the state of input contact (ON/OFF).
Input terminal:
Not lit: Contact OFF (input OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (input ON state)
6
I/O connector
(0 to 15× 2)
Connects an external device.
7
DIN track
mounting hook
Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
7
15
1
2
6
7
32 Outputs Terminal GX-OD3218/OD3228
3
5
4
No.
Name
Function
(CN IN)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
1
Communications
connector
Connects the communications cable which comes from the Master
Unit side.
(CN OUT) Connects the communications cable of the next I/O terminal.
2
Unit Power Supply Connector
Connect the unit power supply (24 VDC).
3
Status indicator
It indicates the communication state and the
operation state of I/O terminals.
4
Node address
Switch
It sets node addresses of terminals (decimal).
Setting range is 00 to 99.
5
Output indicator
(OUT1 0 to 15,
OUT2 0 to 15)
Indicates the state of output contact (ON/OFF).
Not lit: Contact OFF (output OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (output ON state)
6
I/O connector
(0 to 15 × 2)
Connects an external device.
7
I/O power supply
connector
Supplies the I/O power.
8
DIN track
mounting hook
Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
1
2
7
6
8
16 Inputs/16 Outputs Terminal GX-MD3218/MD3228
3
6
5
4
No.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Name
1
Communications
connector
Connects the communications cable which comes from the Master
Unit side.
(CN OUT) Connects the communications cable of the next I/O terminal.
2
Unit Power Supply Connector
Connect the unit power supply (24 VDC).
3
Status indicator
It indicates the communication state and the
operation state of I/O terminals.
4
Node address
Switch
It sets node addresses of terminals (decimal).
Setting range is 00 to 99.
5
Input indicator (0
to 15)
Indicates the state of input contact (ON/OFF).
Not lit: Contact OFF (input OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (input ON state)
6
Output indicator
(0 to 15)
Indicates the state of output contact (ON/OFF).
Not lit: Contact OFF (output OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (output ON state)
7
I/O connector (0
to 15 × 2)
Connects an external device.
<Top side>
For input device
<Bottom side>
For output device
8
I/O power supply
connector
Supplies the I/O power. (For output device)
9
DIN track mounting hook
Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
1
2
9
116
8
7
Function
(CN IN)
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GX-Series
EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
Digital I/O Terminal e-CON Connector Type
Wiring
GX-ID1628 (PNP)
V
V
V
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
V5
V6
V7
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
G0
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
IN0
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
IN0
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
V15
V
V8
V9
V10
V11
V12
V13
V14
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
G8
G9
G10
G11
G12
G13
G14
G15
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
IN8
IN9
IN10
IN11
IN12
IN13
IN14
IN15
IN8
IN9
IN10
IN11
IN12
IN13
IN14
IN15
V
V
Black (white)
Blue (black)
NPN output 3-wire sensor
(Photoelectric sensor,
proximity sensor)
2-wire sensor
(Limit switch, etc.)
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
OUT
0
OUT
1
OUT
2
OUT
3
OUT
4
OUT
5
OUT
6
OUT
7
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
G
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
OUT
8
OUT
9
OUT
10
OUT
11
OUT
12
OUT
13
OUT
14
OUT
15
Blue (black)
Brown (red)
NPN input 3-wire external device
(Alley light of photoelectric sensor)
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
OUT
8
OUT
9
OUT
10
OUT
11
OUT
12
OUT
13
OUT
14
OUT
15
Solenoid valve, etc.
PNP input 3-wire external device
(Alley light of photoelectric sensor)
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
V5
V6
V7
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
V5
V6
V7
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
G0
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
G0
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
IN0
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
IN0
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
IN0
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
IN0
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
V15
V8
V9
V10
V11
V12
V13
V14
V15
V8
V9
V10
V11
V12
V13
V14
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
G9
G10
G11
G12
G13
G14
G15
V
G8
G9
V
G10
G11
G12
G13
G14
G15
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
IN8
IN9
IN10
IN11
IN12
IN13
IN14
IN15
IN8
IN9
IN10
IN11
IN12
IN13
IN14
IN15
IN8
IN9
IN10
IN11
IN12
IN13
IN14
IN15
IN8
IN9
IN10
IN11
IN12
IN13
IN14
IN15
V
V
V
V
V
2-wire sensor
(Limit switch, etc.)
NPN output 3-wire sensor
(Photoelectric sensor, proximity sensor)
GX-OD3218 (NPN)
NC
Vision Sensor
Brown (red)
V
Brown (red)
V
Blue (black)
V
Brown (white)
V
Black (white)
V
Blue (black)
V
Blue (black)
V
Black (white)
V
NC
G8
PNP output 3-wire sensor
(Photoelectric sensor, proximity sensor)
GX-OD3228 (PNP)
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
OUT
0
OUT
1
OUT
2
OUT
3
OUT
4
OUT
5
OUT
6
OUT
7
OUT
0
OUT
1
OUT
2
OUT
3
OUT
4
OUT
5
OUT
6
OUT
7
OUT
0
OUT
1
OUT
2
OUT
3
OUT
4
OUT
5
OUT
6
OUT
7
OUT
0
OUT
1
OUT
2
OUT
3
OUT
4
OUT
5
OUT
6
OUT
7
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
OUT
8
OUT
9
OUT
10
OUT
11
OUT
12
OUT
13
OUT
14
OUT
15
OUT
8
OUT
9
OUT
10
OUT
11
OUT
12
OUT
13
OUT
14
OUT
15
OUT
8
OUT
9
OUT
10
OUT
11
OUT
12
OUT
13
OUT
14
OUT
15
OUT
8
OUT
9
OUT
10
OUT
11
OUT
12
OUT
13
OUT
14
OUT
15
G
Brown (red)
G
NPN input 3-wire external device
(Alley light of photoelectric sensor)
V
V
G
G
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
Solenoid valve, etc.
V
V
G
G
Brown (red)
V
Ordering Information
Solenoid valve, etc.
V
Blue (black)
V
NC
G
Pink (white)
V
NC
G
Pink (white)
V
NC
G
Blue (black)
V
NC
G
Remote I/O Terminals
V
NC
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
Dimensions
V
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Wiring
Brown (white)
G
OUT
7
GX-ID3228 (PNP)
2-wire sensor
(Limit switch, etc.)
G
G
OUT
6
NC
V
G
G
OUT
5
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
GX-ID3218 (NPN)
V
G
OUT
4
Components
and Functions
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
V
G
OUT
3
Brown (red)
V
NC
G
Solenoid valve, etc.
G
OUT
2
General
Specifications
V
NC
G
G
OUT
1
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
G
G
OUT
0
V
Blue (black)
V
NC
Pink (white)
V
G
Pink (white)
V
GX-OD1628 (PNP)
NC
V
Automation Software
GX-OD1618 (NPN)
PNP output 3-wire sensor
(Photoelectric sensor,
proximity sensor)
Blue (black)
Brown (white)
2-wire sensor
(Limit switch, etc.)
NC
Brown (red)
V
Blue (black)
V
Brown (white)
V
Brown (red)
V
Blue (black)
V
V
Black (white)
V
Blue (black)
V
Machine Automation Controller
V
NC
V
System Configuration
GX-ID1618 (NPN)
PNP input 3-wire external device
(Alley light of photoelectric sensor)
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EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
GX-Series
Digital I/O Terminal e-CON Connector Type
IN0
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
OUT
0
OUT
1
OUT
2
OUT
3
OUT
4
OUT
5
OUT
6
OUT
7
V0
V
V
Solenoid valve, etc.
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
G8
G9
G10
G11
G12
G13
G14
G15
NPN output 3-wire
sensor
(Photoelectric sensor,
proximity sensor)
V3
NC
NC
NC
G1
G1
G1
G1
IN0
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
OUT
0
OUT
1
OUT
2
OUT
3
OUT
4
OUT
5
OUT
6
OUT
7
IN12
IN13
IN14
V
V
G
G
IN15
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G0
G1
V
G2
V
G3
V
G4
V
G5
G6
G7
OUT
0
OUT
1
OUT
2
OUT
3
OUT
4
OUT
5
OUT
6
OUT
7
IN0
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
V
V
G
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
OUT
0
OUT
1
OUT
2
OUT
3
OUT
4
OUT
5
OUT
6
OUT
7
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G8
G9
G10
G11
G12
G13
G14
G15
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
IN15
OUT
8
OUT
9
OUT
10
OUT
11
OUT
12
OUT
13
OUT
14
OUT
15
OUT
8
OUT
9
OUT
10
OUT
11
OUT
12
OUT
13
OUT
14
OUT
15
IN8
Solenoid valve, etc.
NPN input 3-wire
external device
(Alley light of photoelectric sensor)
2-wire sensor
(Limit switch, etc.)
IN9
IN10
IN11
IN12
IN13
IN14
G
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
PNP output 3-wire
sensor
(Photoelectric sensor,
proximity sensor)
Note: Wire colors have been changed according to revisions in the JIS standards for photoelectric and proximity sensors.
The colors in parentheses are the wire colors prior to the revisions.
118
PNP output 3-wire
sensor
(Photoelectric sensor,
proximity sensor)
PNP input 3-wire
external device
(Alley light of
photoelectric sensor)
V
NC
Blue (black)
IN0
IN11
NC
G1
Pink (white)
G7
IN10
V2
Brown (red)
NC
G6
IN9
V7
NC
G1
Solenoid valve, etc.
Blue (black)
NC
G5
Brown (red)
V
Black (white)
NC
G4
Brown (white)
V
Blue (black)
NC
G3
Blue (black)
V
NC
G2
Pink (white)
V
NC
G1
Brown (red)
V
NC
G0
Blue (black)
Black (white)
Brown (red)
Brown (white)
Blue (black)
V
V1
GX-MD3228 (PNP)
NC
IN8
2-wire sensor
(Limit switch, etc.)
V
V6
NC
G1
G
2-wire sensor
(Limit switch, etc.)
NPN output 3-wire
sensor
(Photoelectric sensor,
proximity sensor)
NPN input 3-wire
external device
(Alley light of
photoelectric sensor)
GX-MD3218 (NPN)
V
V5
NC
G1
G
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
Brown (red)
2-wire sensor
(Limit switch, etc.)
V4
NC
Blue (black)
G7
Black (white)
NC
G6
Brown (red)
NC
G5
Brown (red)
NC
G4
Blue (black)
V1
Brown (white)
NC
G3
Blue (black)
Brown (white)
G
V1
Blue (black)
V1
NC
G2
G
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
V1
Black (white)
V1
NC
G1
Brown (red)
V1
NC
G0
Pink (white)
V
V1
NC
Blue (black)
V1
V
Pink (white)
GX-MD1628 (PNP)
Blue (black)
GX-MD1618 (NPN)
Solenoid valve, etc.
PNP input 3-wire
external device
(Alley light of photoelectric sensor)
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EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
GX-Series
Digital I/O Terminal e-CON Connector Type
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
System Configuration
GX-ID1618/ID1628
GX-OD1618/OD1628
GX-MD1618/MD1628
115
115
52
50
50
3.14
Machine Automation Controller
52
3.14
49.8
43.85
Automation Software
180
GX-ID3218/ID3228
52
50
Components
and Functions
43.85
Wiring
52
50
Dimensions
Multi-function Compact Inverter
180
GX-OD3218/OD3228
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
General
Specifications
3.14
3.14
Vision Sensor
49.8
GX-MD3218/MD3228
180
Remote I/O Terminals
52
50
3.14
Ordering Information
49.8
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Analog I/O Terminal 2-tier Terminal Block Type
GX-AD0471/DA0271
Analog I/O terminal with screw terminal
block for EtherCAT communicaitons
• The input/output range can be easily changed by the setting with
the switch.
• Detachable screw terminal block facilitates the maintenance.
• Moving average calculation function.
Settings within the range of 100μs-64ms. (For input only.)
• Disconnection detection function.
(For input only and for usage with 1-5V or 4-20mA ranges.)
• Selectable node address setting methods: setting with rotary
switch and with tool software.
When setting the nodes with rotary switch, setting is easy and
node identification becomes possible for maintenance.
General Specifications
For Common Specifications of I/O terminals, refer to page 99.
Input Section Specifications
Output Section Specifications
4-point Input Terminals
2-point Output Terminals
Specification
Item
Voltage input
Voltage output
Current output
Input capacity
4 points (possible to set number of enabled channels)
Output capacity
2 points (possible to set number of enabled channels)
Input range
0 to 5V
1 to 5V
0 to 10V
−10 to +10V
Output range
0 to 5V
1 to 5V
0 to 10V
−10 to +10V
Input range setting method
Input range switch: Common to input CH1/
CH2, common to input CH3/CH4
SDO communication: Possible to set input
CH1 to CH4 individually
Output range setting method
Output range switch, SDO communications:
Possible to set outputs CH1 and CH2 separately.
Maximum signal input
± 15 V
± 30 mA
1 MΩ min.
Approx. 250 Ω
External output allowable load
resistance
5 kΩ min.
Input impedance
Resolution
Overall accuracy
4 to 20mA
Resolution
1/8000 (full scale)
25 °C
± 0.3% FS
± 0.4% FS
−10 to +55 °C ± 0.6% FS
± 0.8% FS
Overall accuracy
4 to 20mA
600 Ω max.
1/8000 (full scale)
25 °C
± 0.4% FS
−10 to +55 °C ± 0.8%FS
Analog conversion cycle
500 μs/input
When 4 points are used: 2 ms max.
Analog conversion cycle
500 μs/input
When 2 points are used: 1 ms max.
A/D converted data
Other than ± 10 V: 0000 to 1F40 Hex full
scale (0 to 8000)
± 10 V: F060 to 0FA0 Hex full scale (−4000
to +4000)
A/D conversion range: ± 5% FS of the
above data ranges.
D/A converted data
Other than ± 10 V: 0000 to 1F40 Hex full
scale (0 to 8000)
± 10 V: F060 to 0FA0 Hex full scale (−4000
to +4000)
D/A conversion range: ± 5% FS of the
above data ranges
Isolation method
Photocoupler isolation (between input and
communications lines)
No isolation between input signals
Isolation method
Photocoupler isolation (between output
and communications lines)
No isolation between output signals
Unit power supply current
consumption
120 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power
supply voltage)
Unit power supply current
consumption
150 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4-VDC power
supply voltage)
Weight
180 g max.
Weight
190 g max.
Accessories
Four short-circuit metal fixtures (for current
input) *
* Short-circuit metal fixtures are used for current input only, but store
in a safe place when using for voltage inputs as well.
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Specification
Item
Current input
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EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
GX-Series
Analog I/O Terminal 2-tier Terminal Block Type
Components and functions
System Configuration
4-points Analog Inputs Terminal GX-AD0471
3
4
5
No.
Name
Function
(CN IN)
2
Unit Power Supply
Connector
Connect the unit power supply (24 VDC).
3
Status indicator
It indicates the communication state and the operation state of I/O terminals.
4
Node address Switch
It sets node addresses of terminals (decimal).
Setting range is 00 to 99.
5
Input range switch
DIP switch for setting input range.
6
Terminal Block
Terminal block for analog input signals
V1 to V4: Voltage input terminals
I1 to I4: Current input terminals
AG: Analog GND
NC: Not used
7
DIN track
mounting hook
Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
1
2
7
6
Automation Software
Communications
connector
Machine Automation Controller
1
Connects the communications cable
which comes from the Master Unit side.
(CN OUT) Connects the communications cable of
the next I/O terminal.
2-points Analog Inputs Terminal GX-DA0271
3
5
4
No.
Name
Function
(CN IN)
3
Status indicator
It indicates the communication state and the operation state of I/O terminals.
4
Node address Switch
It sets node addresses of terminals (decimal).
Setting range is 00 to 99.
5
Output range switch
DIP switch for setting output range.
6
Terminal Block
Terminal block for analog output signals
V1+, V2+: Voltage output positive terminals
I1+, I2+: Current output positive terminals
1−, 2−: Voltage/current output negative terminals
NC: Not used
7
DIN track mounting
hook
Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
2
7
6
GX-AD0471
Dimensions
Wiring
GX-DA0271
Vision Sensor
Short-circuit *
V1+ I1+
AG
V2+ I2+
V1− AG
V3+ I3+
V2− AG
V4+ I4+
V3− AG
NC
V4− NC
V1+ I1+
V2+ I2+
1−
2−
NC
Voltage input
0V
0V
Current input
* Short-circuit the “V positive” terminal and “I positive” terminal at
current input.
Use the attached short-circuit metal fixture to short-circuit terminals.
External
device
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
Remote I/O Terminals
Output 1:
At voltage output
NC
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Connect the unit power supply (24 VDC).
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Unit Power Supply
Connector
Wiring
2
1
Components
and Functions
Communications
connector
General
Specifications
1
Connects the communications cable
which comes from the Master Unit side.
(CN OUT) Connects the communications cable of
the next I/O terminal.
Output 2:
At current output
External
device
Ordering Information
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EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
GX-Series
Analog I/O Terminal 2-tier Terminal Block Type
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
GX-AD0471
GX-DA0271
135
52
50
3.14
73.9
57.1
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Encoder Input Terminal 3-tier Terminal Block Type
System Configuration
GX-EC0211/EC0241
Machine Automation Controller
EtherCAT-compatible encoder input
terminal which enables high-speed and
accurate control
Automation Software
• Two counter function available. Pulse count within 32 bit range.
• Maximum input pulse frequency of 4MHz (Line driver input after
quadrature). High-speed network EtherCAT enables high-speed
and accurate control.
• Selectable two input types: Open collector input and line driver input.
• Built-in two external latch inputs and one reset input .
• Selectable node address settings: setting with rotary switches and
setting on tool software.
• Detachable screw terminal will facilitate the maintenance work.
General Specifications
For Common Specifications of I/O terminals, refer to page 99.
General
Specifications
Terminal specifications
Item
Specification
Input signal
Counter phase A
Counter phase B
Counter phase Z
Latch input (A/B)
Counter reset input
Counter enabled status display
LED display (green)
Input indicators
LED display (yellow)
Unit power supply current consumption
130 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4 VDC power supply voltage)
Weight
390 g max.
Wiring
Specification
Item
Counter phase A/B
Counter phase Z
4.5 to 5.5 VDC
(5 VDC ±5%)
20.4 to 26.4 VDC
(24 VDC −15 to +10%)
4.5 to 5.5 VDC
(5 VDC ±5%)
Input current
8.4 mA
(at 24 VDC)
8.6 mA
(at 5 VDC)
8.4 mA
(at 24 VDC)
8.6 mA
(at 5 VDC)
ON voltage
19.6 V min.
4.5 V min.
18.6 V min.
4.5 V min.
OFF voltage
4 V max.
1.5 V max.
4 V max.
1.5 V max.
Input restriction resistance
2.7 kΩ
430 Ω
2.7 kΩ
430 Ω
Maximum response frequency
Single phase 500 kHz
(phase difference Multiplication × 4, 125 kHz)
125 kHz
Filter switching
NA
NA
Vision Sensor
Input voltage
20.4 to 26.4 VDC
(24 VDC −15 to +10%)
Dimensions
Pulse input specifications
Remote I/O Terminals
Latch/reset input specifications
Specification
Item
Internal I/O common
Latch input (A/B)
Reset input
NPN
20.4 to 26.4 VDC (24 VDC −15 to +10%)
20.4 to 26.4 VDC (24 VDC −15 to +10%)
Input impedance
4.0 kΩ
3.3 kΩ
Input current
5.5 mA (at 24 VDC)
7 mA (at 24 VDC)
ON voltage/ON current
17.4 VDC min./3 mA min.
14.4 VDC min./3 mA min.
OFF voltage/OFF current
5 VDC max./1 mA max.
5 VDC max./1 mA max.
ON response time
3 μs max.
15 μs max.
OFF response time
3 μs max.
90 μs max.
Ordering Information
Input voltage
Multi-function Compact Inverter
2 points
Components
and Functions
Counter point
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Open collector inputs Type
Note: For the pulse input timing specifications, refer to USER’S MANUAL (Cat. No. W488).
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EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
GX-Series
Encoder Input Terminal 3-tier Terminal Block Type
Line Driver inputs Type
Terminal specifications
Item
Specification
Counter point
2 points
Input signal
Counter phase A
Counter phase B
Counter phase Z
Latch input (A/B)
Counter reset input
Counter enabled status display
LED display (green)
Input indicators
LED display (yellow)
Unit power supply current consumption
100 mA max. (for 20.4 to 26.4 VDC power supply voltage)
Weight
390 g max.
Pulse input specifications
Specification
Item
Counter phase A/B
Input voltage
EIA standard RS-422-A line driver level
Input impedance
120 Ω ±5%
gH level input voltage
0.1 V
gL level input voltage
−0.1 V
Hysteresis voltage
60 mV
Maximum response frequency
Single phase 4 MHz
(phase difference Multiplication ×4, 1 MHz)
Filter switching
NA
Counter phase Z
1 MHz
Latch/reset input specifications
Specification
Item
Latch input (A/B)
Reset input
Internal I/O common
PNP
Input voltage
20.4 to 26.4 VDC (24 VDC −15 to +10%)
20.4 to 26.4 VDC (24 VDC −15 to +10%)
Input impedance
4.0 kΩ
3.3 kΩ
Input current
5.5 mA (at 24 VDC)
7 mA (at 24 VDC)
ON voltage/ON current
17.4 VDC min./3 mA min.
14.4 VDC min./3 mA min.
OFF voltage/OFF current
5 VDC max./1 mA max.
5 VDC max./1 mA max.
ON response time
3 μs max.
15 μs max.
OFF response time
3 μs max.
90 μs max.
Note: For the pulse input timing specifications, refer to USER'S MANUAL (Cat. No. W488).
Components and functions
Open collector inputs Type
Line driver inputs Type
3
GX-EC0211
GX-EC0241
4
5
1
2
7
124
6
No.
Name
1
Communications Connectors
Function
2
Unit Power Supply Connector
Connect the unit power supply (24 VDC).
3
Status Indicators
It indicates the communication state and the operation state of I/O terminals.
4
Node address Switches
It sets node addresses of terminals (decimal).
Setting range is 00 to 99.
5
Inputs Indicators
The indicators show the status of the inputs of each channel.
For details, refer to GX Series Operation Manual (Cat.No.W488).
6
Terminal Block
Connects external devices and the I/O power supply.
For details, refer to GX Series Operation Manual (Cat.No.W488).
7
DIN track mounting hook
Fixes Slave Unit to a DIN track.
(CN IN) Connects the communications cable which comes from the Master Unit side.
(CN OUT) Connects the communications cable of the next I/O terminal.
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EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
GX-Series
Encoder Input Terminal 3-tier Terminal Block Type
Wiring
System Configuration
Open collector inputs Type GX-EC0211
Sensor power supply
(24 VDC)
Sensor power supply
(24 VDC)
RSV RSV V1
RSV LA2 LB2 RST2
RSV RSV V1
RSV LA1 LB1 RST1
RSV RSV V1
V1
A24 B24 Z24
V2
V2
V2
V2
V1
V1
A24 B24 Z24
V2
V2
V2
V2
V1
V1
A24 B24 Z24
V2
V2
V2
V2
V1
V1
A24 B24 Z24
V2
V2
V2
V2
G1
G1
A5
G2
G2
G2
G2
G1
G1
A5
G2
G2
G2
G2
G1
G1
A5
G2
G2
G2
G2
G1
G1
A5
G2
G2
G2
G2
V1
V1
B5
Z5
B5
V1
Z5
Encoder
(NPN open collecter
output type)
Output
2-wire sensor
Encoder power supply
(24 VDC or 5 VDC)
Phase Phase Phase
A
B
Z
Latch
Reset
Latch
NPN output
3-wire sensor
Latch
Automation Software
Latch
Output
2-wire sensor
Latch
Z5
RSV LA2 LB2 RST2
Brown
Blue
Black
Brown
Blue
Black
Blue
Black
Encoder
(NPN open collecter
output type)
Encoder
(NPN open collecter
output type)
Reset
B5
V1
Brown
Blue
Black
Reset
Latch
V1
Brown
Blue
Black
Latch
Z5
Blue
Black
Reset
Brown
Blue
Black
Blue
Black
Latch
Black: Phase A
White: Phase B
Orange: Phase Z
Brown: Vcc
Blue: 0V
Brown
Blue
Black
Blue
Black
Encoder power supply
(24 VDC or 5 VDC)
Orange:
Phase Z
Brown:
Vcc
Blue:
0V
B5
V1
Blue
Black
Orange:
Phase Z
Blue:
0V
V1
Blue
Black
White:
Phase B
Black:
Phase A
White:
Phase B
Black:
Phase A
Brown:
Vcc
V1
Machine Automation Controller
RSV LA1 LB1 RST1
V1
RSV RSV V1
NPN output
3-wire sensor
Encoder
(NPN open collecter
output type)
Line driver inputs Type GX-EC0241
Components
and Functions
RSV RSV RSV RSV RSV RSV LA2 LB2 RST2
RSV RSV RSV RSV RSV RSV LA1 LB1 RST1
V1
V1
A+
B+
Z+
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
V1
A+
B+
Z+
V1
V1
V1
V1
G1
G1
A−
B−
Z−
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
G1
A−
B−
Z−
G1
G1
G1
G1
Wiring
Latch
Reset
Brown
Blue
Black
Black
Blue
Latch
Latch
Output
2-wire sensor
NPN output
3-wire sensor
Dimensions
Encoder
(Line driver
output type)
Phase Phase Phase
A
Z
B
Brown
Blue
Black
Reset
Latch
Orange: Phase Z+ Orange/Red: Phase Z−
Brown
Blue
Black
Blue
Black
Black
Blue
Brown: Vcc
Black: Phase A+ Black/Red: Phase A−
White: Phase B+ White/Red: Phase B−
Encoder power supply
(5 VDC)
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Encoder power supply
(5 VDC)
Blue: 0V
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
General
Specifications
Internal circuit /
sensor power supply
(24 VDC)
Vision Sensor
Encoder
(Line driver
output type)
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
GX-EC0211/EC0241
50
68.9
Ordering Information
3.14
52
Remote I/O Terminals
215
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Expansion Units
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Expansion I/O Units make expansion
easy!
• Flexible expansion with many different combinations.
• Removable I/O terminal block enables faster startup time and
improved maintainability.
• Common expansion unit with DeviceNet (DRT2-Series) and
CompoNet (CRT1-Series).
General Specifications
For Common Specifications of I/O terminals, refer to page 99.
Input Section Specifications
8-point Input Expansion Units
16-point Input Expansion Units
Specification
Item
XWT-ID08
Internal I/O common
NPN
PNP
I/O capacity
8 inputs
ON voltage
15 VDC min.
(between each input
terminal and the V terminal)
15 VDC min.
(between each input
terminal and the G terminal)
OFF voltage
5 VDC max.
(between each input
terminal and the V terminal)
5 VDC max.
(between each input
terminal and the G terminal)
OFF current
Input current
Specification
Item
XWT-ID08-1
XWT-ID16
XWT-ID16-1
Internal I/O common
NPN
PNP
I/O capacity
16 inputs
ON voltage
15 VDC min.
(between each input
terminal and the V terminal)
15 VDC min.
(between each input
terminal and the G terminal)
OFF voltage
5 VDC max.
(between each input
terminal and the V terminal)
5 VDC max.
(between each input
terminal and the G terminal)
1.0 mA max.
OFF current
1.0 mA max.
At 24 VDC: 6.0 mA max./input
At 17 VDC: 3.0 mA max./input
Input current
At 24 VDC: 6.0 mA max./input
At 17 VDC: 3.0 mA max./input
ON delay
1.5 ms max.
ON delay
1.5 ms max.
OFF delay
1.5 ms max.
OFF delay
1.5 ms max.
Number of circuits per
common
8 inputs/common
Number of circuits per
common
16 inputs/common
Communications
power supply
current consumption
5 mA
Communications
power supply
current consumption
10 mA
Weight
80 g max.
Weight
120 g max.
Output Section Specifications
8-point Input Expansion Units
Item
126
16-point Input Expansion Units
Specification
XWT-OD08
Internal I/O common
NPN
I/O capacity
Rated output current
Residual voltage
1.2 V max. (0.5 A DC,
between each output
terminal and the G
terminal)
Leakage current
ON delay
PNP
Specification
Item
XWT-OD08-1
XWT-OD16
XWT-OD16-1
Internal I/O common
NPN
8 outputs
I/O capacity
16 outputs
0.5 A/output, 2.0 A/common
Rated output current
0.5 A/output, 4.0 A/common
Residual voltage
1.2 V max. (0.5 A DC,
between each output
terminal and the G
terminal)
0.1 mA max.
Leakage current
0.1 mA max.
0.5 ms max.
ON delay
0.5 ms max.
OFF delay
1.5 ms max.
OFF delay
1.5 ms max.
Number of circuits per
common
8 outputs/common
Number of circuits per
common
16 outputs/common
Communications
power supply
current consumption
5 mA
Communications
power supply
current consumption
10 mA
Weight
80 g max.
Weight
120 g max.
1.2 V max. (0.5 A DC,
between each output
terminal and the V
terminal)
PNP
1.2 V max. (0.5 A DC,
between each output
terminal and the V
terminal)
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EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
GX-Series
Expansion Unit
Components and functions
XWT-OD08/OD08-1
1
1
2
2
Name
3
4
Function
No.
Name
Function
Input indicator
(0 to 7)
Indicates the state of input contact (ON/OFF).
Not lit: Contact OFF (input OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (input ON state)
1
Output indicator
(0 to 7)
Indicates the state of output contact (ON/OFF).
Not lit: Contact OFF (output OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (output ON state)
2
Terminal connector
Connects the connector on the right side of the
slave.
2
Terminal connector
Connects the connector on the right side of the
slave.
3
Terminal block
Connects external devices and the I/O power
supply.
V, G: I/O power supply terminals
0 to 7: Input terminals
3
Terminal block
Connects external devices and the I/O power
supply.
V, G: I/O power supply terminals
0 to 7: Output terminals
4
DIN track mounting
hook
Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
4
DIN track mounting
hook
Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
1
Components
and Functions
2
2
4
3
Function
No.
Name
3
Function
Input indicator
(0 to 15)
Indicates the state of input contact (ON/OFF).
Not lit: Contact OFF (input OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (input ON state)
1
Output indicator
(0 to 15)
Indicates the state of output contact (ON/OFF).
Not lit: Contact OFF (output OFF state)
Lit in yellow: Contact ON (output ON state)
2
Terminal connector
Connects the connector on the right side of the
slave.
2
Terminal connector
Connects the connector on the right side of the
slave.
3
Terminal block
Connects external devices and the I/O power
supply.
V, G: I/O power supply terminals
0 to 15: Input terminals
3
Terminal block
Connects external devices and the I/O power
supply.
V, G: I/O power supply terminals
0 to 15: Output terminals
4
DIN track mounting
hook
Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
4
DIN track mounting
hook
Fixes a slave to a DIN track.
Vision Sensor
1
Dimensions
Name
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Wiring
4
No.
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
General
Specifications
XWT-OD16/OD16-1
1
Automation Software
1
XWT-ID16/ID16-1
Machine Automation Controller
3
4
No.
System Configuration
XWT-ID08/ID08-1
Remote I/O Terminals
Ordering Information
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EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminals
GX-Series
Expansion Unit
Wiring
NPN output 3-wire
sensor
(Photoelectric sensor,
proximity sensor)
PNP output 3-wire
sensor
(Photoelectric sensor,
proximity sensor)
XWT-OD08 (NPN)
V
1
0
3
2
5
4
3
2
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
7
8
14
12
10
15
13
11
9
6
PNP output 3-wire
sensor
(Photoelectric sensor,
proximity sensor)
7
V
6
G
2-wire sensor
(Limit switch, etc.)
1
0
3
2
5
4
7
6
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
Solenoid valve, etc.
Solenoid valve, etc.
XWT-OD16 (NPN)
V
5
4
Blue (black)
1
0
XWT-OD08-1 (PNP)
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
G
2-wire sensor
(Limit switch, etc.)
Brown (white)
V
G
14
Brown (red)
12
Black (white)
10
NPN output 3-wire sensor
2-wire sensor
(Photoelectric sensor,
(Limit switch, etc.)
proximity sensor)
G
7
6
Brown (white)
I/O power supply
15
13
11
9
8
Blue (black)
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
7
6
Brown (white)
5
4
Blue (black)
3
2
Brown (red)
1
0
5
4
XWT-ID16-1 (PNP)
Black (white)
V
3
2
2-wire sensor
(Limit switch, etc.)
XWT-ID16 (NPN)
G
1
0
Blue (black)
Blue (black)
Brown (white)
Brown (red)
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
V
G
Black (white)
7
6
Brown (red)
5
4
Blue (black)
3
2
Blue (black)
1
0
Black (white)
V
G
XWT-ID08-1 (PNP)
Blue (black)
XWT-ID08 (NPN)
1
0
3
2
Solenoid valve, etc.
XWT-OD016-1 (PNP)
5
4
Solenoid valve, etc.
7
6
10
12
V
15
13
11
9
8
14
G
1
0
3
2
5
4
7
6
10
15
13
11
9
8
12
14
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
I/O power supply
(24 VDC)
Solenoid valve, etc.
Solenoid valve, etc.
Solenoid valve, etc.
Solenoid valve, etc.
Note: Wire colors have been changed according to revisions in the JIS standards for photoelectric and proximity sensors.
The colors in parentheses are the wire colors prior to the revisions.
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GX-Series
Expansion Unit
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
System Configuration
XWT-ID08/ID08-1
XWT-OD08/OD08-1
13
43.9
66
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Machine Automation Controller
50
29.9
3.1
49.7
12
43.9
94
Automation Software
XWT-ID16/ID16-1
XWT-OD16/OD16-1
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
50
Components
and Functions
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
49.7
General
Specifications
29.9
3.1
Dimensions
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Wiring
Vision Sensor
Remote I/O Terminals
Ordering Information
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Expansion Unit
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System Configuration
SmartSlice I/O
Plug-and-Play I/O
Machine Automation Controller
Remote I/O with digital and analogue I/O units, relay
outputs and configurable temperature inputs. All
SmartSlice units feature screwless ‘push-in’ I/O wiring,
detachable I/O connector, and hot-swap capability. The
EtherCAT ‘coupler’ automatically scans the connected I/O
units at startup. The NJ-Series controller will verify the
detected configuration against the registered
configuration at startup.
Automation Software
• Up to 64 I/O units per station
• Screwless wiring
• Automatic I/O assignment
• Easy configuration backup
• Hot-swap with auto-restore
• Optional address setting
Specifications
Wiring
SmartSlice I/Os
GRT1-TBR
Right Turnback unit
Dimensions
NJ-Series
Machine automation controller
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Sysmac Studio
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
System
Configuration
System Configuration
GRT1-ML2
SW1
SW2
CN2
CN1
A/B
GRT1-ECT
EtherCAT
communications
unit
GCN2-100
Turnback cable
Up to 64 I/O Units per station
Vision Sensor
I/O units
I/O units
GRT1-TBL
Left Turnback unit
Remote I/O Terminals
GRT1-ML2
SW1
SW2
CN2
GRT1-END
End unit
CN1
A/B
I/O units
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Specifications/Wiring
General Specifications
Common SmartSlice Specifications
Unit power supply voltage
24 VDC (20.4 to 26.4 VDC)
I/O power supply voltage
24 VDC (20.4 to 26.4 VDC)
I/O connection
Screwless push-in technology
Noise immunity
Conforms to IEC61000-4-4, 2.0 kV (power supply line)
Vibration resistance
10 to 60 Hz: 0.7 mm double amplitude 60 to 150 Hz: 50 m/s2
Shock resistance
150 m/s2, 3 times in each direction
Dielectric strength
500 VAC (between isolated circuits)
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ min. (between isolated circuits)
Ambient operating temperature
-10 to 55°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient operating humidity
25% to 85%
Operating environment
No corrosive gases
Ambient storage temperature
-25 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation)
Mounting
35 mm DIN rail
Communication Units
Model name
GRT1-ECT
Network Specification
EtherCAT for Sysmac (NJ)
Network connector
2 x RJ45
Network interface power supply
External 24 VDC (+10% - 15%)
Number of I/O points
1,024 inputs and outputs max. (128 bytes total)
Number of connectable Units
64 SmartSlice I/O Units max.
I/O power supply
24 VDC, 4 A max.
Status flags
1 word for Communications Unit status flag
Parameter backup and restore
Up to 2 KB of data per I/O Unit
Digital Input Units
132
Model name
GRT1-ID4
GRT1-ID4-1
GRT1-ID8
GRT1-ID8-1
Signal type
DC input (for sinking
outputs, NPN type)
DC input (for sourcing
outputs, PNP type)
DC input (for sinking
outputs, NPN type)
DC input (for sourcing
outputs, PNP type)
Number of input points
4 inputs
8 inputs
Power terminals
4 x V (24 V) + 4 x G (0 V)
4 x G (0 V)
ON voltage
15 VDC min.
ON current
6 mA max./point (at 24 VDC)
OFF voltage
5 VDC max.
OFF current
1 mA max.
ON delay / OFF delay
1.5 ms max.
Model name
GRT1-IA4-1
GRT1-IA4-2
Signal type
AC input, 110 V
AC input, 230 V
Number of input points
4 inputs
Power terminals
None
Input voltage
100 to 120 VAC
-15% to +10%, 50/60
Hz
200 to 240 VAC
-15% to +10%, 50/60
Hz
ON voltage
70 VAC min.
120 VAC min.
ON current
4 mA min.
OFF voltage
20 VAC max.
OFF current
2 mA max.
ON delay / OFF delay
10 ms max./55 ms max. 10 ms max./40 ms max.
4 x V (24 V)
4 mA max./point (at 24 VDC)
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SmartSlice I/O
+
–
2-wire sensor
(such as a limit switch)
System Configuration
GRT1-ID4 (NPN)
GRT1-ID4 -1 (PNP)
0
1
V
V
Signal
–
24 V
+
0V
2-wire sensor
(such as a limit switch)
1
V
V
G
G
2
3
Signal
24 V
0V
G
G
2
3
V
V
V
V
G
G
G
G
3-wire sensor with NPN output
(photoelectric or proximity sensor)
Machine Automation Controller
3-wire sensor
with NPN output
(photoelectric or
proximity sensor)
0
GRT1-IA4-1/GRT1-IA4-2
1A
0A
1A
0B
1B
0B
1B
0B
1B
0B
1B
0B
1B
0B
1B
2A
3A
2A
3A
2A
3A
2B
3B
2B
3B
2B
3B
2B
3B
2B
3B
2B
3B
Specifications
Note: Common signal for four inputs.
Signal
0V
24 V
3-wire sensor
Signal
GRT1-PC8-1
24 V
Signal
24 V
Signal
GRT1-ID8
3-wire sensor
GRT1-ID8-1
V
0
1
G
G
0
1
V
V
2
3
V
V
V
V
G
G
G
G
G
G
2
3
V
V
4
5
G
G
4
5
V
V
6
7
V
V
V
V
G
G
G
G
G
G
6
7
Dimensions
V
Multi-function Compact Inverter
24 V
GRT1-ID8-1 (PNP)
3-wire sensor
Wiring
GRT1-PD8
0V
3-wire sensor
0V
GRT1-ID8 (NPN)
0V
Note: No common signal for inputs.
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
0A
Automation Software
1A
System
Configuration
0A
3-wire sensor
Signal
2-wire switch
24 V
+
–
0V
24 V
0V
2-wire switch
Vision Sensor
–
+
External
24-V I/O
power
supply
Signal
−
+
3-wire sensor
Digital Output Units
Model name
Signal type
Rated output current
500 mA max./point
Residual voltage
Leakage cuurent
ON delay / Off delay
1.2 VDC max. (at 500 mA)
0.1 mA max.
0.5 / 1.5 ms max.
GRT1-OD4G-1
GRT1-OD4G-3
Transistor output
(PNP type, sourcing), with short-circuit protection
Remote I/O Terminals
Number of output points
Power terminals
Rated voltage
GRT1-OD4
GRT1-OD4-1
Transistor output
Transistor output
(NPN type, sinking)
(PNP type, sourcing)
4 outputs
4 x V (24 V)
4 x G (0 V)
24 VDC (20.4 to 26.4 VDC)
4 x V (24 V) + 4 x G (0 V)
24 V I/O power supply
via the front terminal of
the unit.
from 4 x 2.0 A at 30 °C
to 4 x 1.0 A at 55 °C
1.2 VDC max. (at 2 A)
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Model name
Signal type
GRT1-OD8
Transistor output
(NPN type, sinking)
GRT1-OD8-1
Transistor output
(PNP type, sourcing)
Number of output points
8 outputs
Power terminals
Rated voltage
Rated output current
Residual voltage
Leakage cuurent
ON delay / Off delay
Mechanical life expectancy
Electrical life expectancy
4 x V (24 V)
4 x G (0 V)
24 VDC (20.4 to 26.4 VDC)
500 mA max./point
1.2 VDC max. (at 500 mA)
0.1 mA max.
0.5 / 1.5 ms max.
-
GRT1-OD4
0
1
V
GRT1-OD8G-1
GRT1-ROS2
Transistor output
Relay output
(PNP type, sourcing),
(normally open)
with short-circuit protection
2 outputs (with 2 terminals per connection)
n.a.
250 VAC / 24 VDC
2 A (min. 1 mA @ 5 VDC)
15 ms max.
20,000,000 times min.
100,000 times min.
GRT1-OD4-1
0
1
V
NC
NC
NC
NC
G
2
3
V
NC
GRT1-OD4G-1 (PNP)
0
1
V
V
G
G
G
2
3
2
3
V
NC
NC
V
V
NC
G
G
G
G
Solenoid,
valve, etc.
3-wire
actuator
GRT1-PC8-1
3-wire
actuator
Solenoid,
valve, etc.
GRT1-OD8 (NPN)
Solenoid,
valve, etc.
3-wire
actuator
GRT1-OD4G-3 (PNP)
GRT1-OD8
G
G
0
1
G
G
V
V
V
V
0
1
G
G
2
3
G
G
V
V
Solenoid,
valve, etc.
24 VDC
G
G
4
5
V
V
V
V
2
3
G
G
6
7
G
G
Solenoid,
valve, etc.
GRT1-PC8
3-wire
actuator
3-wire
actucator
3-wire
actuator
3-wire
actuator
GRT1-OD8(G)-1 (PNP)
GRT1-ROS2
GRT1-OD8-1
V
V
0
1
0
0
V
V
2
3
C0
C0
G
G
G
G
NC
NC
V
V
4
5
1
1
V
V
6
7
C1
C1
G
G
G
G
NC
NC
Solenoid,
valve, etc.
134
+
3-wire
actuator
AC power supply
(or DC power supply)
Load
AC power supply
(or DC power supply)
Load
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System Configuration
Analog I/O Units
Model name
Signal type
GRT1-AD2
Analog Input: 0-20mA,
4-20mA,
±10V, 0-10V, 0-5V, 1-5V
2 inputs
1/6000 full scale
2ms / 2points
GRT1-DA2V
GRT1-DA2C
Analog Output:
Analog Output:
±10V, 0-10V, 0-5V, 1-5V 0-20mA, 4-20mA,
Model name
Signal type
GRT1-TS2P
Temperature input,
Pt100, (2-wire, 3-wire)
GRT1-TS2PK
GRT1-TS2T
Temperature input,
Thermocouple,
Pt1000, (2-wire, 3-wire) R, S, K, J, T, E, B, N, L,
U, W, or PL2
Number of points
Indication range
2 inputs
-200 to +200 °C /
-200 to +850 °C
±0.3% of PV or ±0.8 °C* (whichever is larger)
±1 digit max.
* (or ±0.5 °C for -200 °C to +200 °C input range)
Accuracy
0.1 °C, 16-bit signed integer, or
0.01 °C, 32-bit signed double integer
250 ms / 2 points
Conversion time
GRT1-AD2
GRT1-DA2V
0+
1+
GRT1-DA2C
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
I0 +
I1 +
0-
1-
NC
NC
IN1
0-
1-
AG
AG
Sh0
Sh1
Sh0
Sh1
Short for IN1
current input
0-
1-
NC
NC
GRT1-TS2P/PK (3-wire)
1A
0A
1A
0B
1B
0B
1B
0B
1B
0B
1B
SHT SHT
0A
1A
SHT SHT
0B
1B
SHT SHT
0B
1B
NC
NC
NC
NC
GRT1-TS2T
Thermocouple input
NC
NC
0−
1−
0+
1+
NC
NC
NC
NC
Cold Junction Sensor
(do not remove)
Vision Sensor
SHT SHT
0A
1A
OUT
1
Dimensions
0A
OUT
0
OUT
1
Wiring
GRT1-TS2P/PK (2-wire)
V0 + V1 +
OUT
0
Multi-function Compact Inverter
NC
Specifications
NC
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
NC
System
Configuration
NC
IN0
Short for IN0
current input
Depends on thremocouple type
±2°C ±1 digit max.
Mounting restrictions
apply. See Operation
Manual W455
Automation Software
Resolution
2 outputs
Machine Automation Controller
Number of points
Resolution
Conversion time
Remote I/O Terminals
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Power Feed and Distribution Units
GRT1-PD2
24 VDC
GRT1-PD2G
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
V
V
G
NC
136
RESET NC
V
V
V(R)
NC
V
V
NC
NC
G
G
V
V
V
V
G
G
G
V
V
NC
NC
NC
G
G
GRT1-PD8-1
24 VDC
GRT1-PD8
24 VDC
GRT1-PC8
24 VDC
GRT1-PC8-1
G
G
V
V
G
G
V
V
V
V
V
V
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
V
V
G
G
V
V
V
V
V
V
G
G
G
G
G
G
44
Automation Software
36.8
2.5
58
16.2
30.2
42.8
54.1
80
Machine Automation Controller
13.8
27.6
44
GRT1-ECT
Specifications
Dimensions
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Wiring
Vision Sensor
Remote I/O Terminals
Ordering Information
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AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
System
Configuration
GRT1-END
GRT1-END-M
GRT1-TBR
Communication Units
I/O-units
61.2
69.7
1.5
System Configuration
13.1
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Dimensions
End units
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Ordering Information
Machine Automation Controller NJ-Series............................................................. 140
Automation Software Sysmac Studio..................................................................... 154
AC Servomotor/Drives G5-Series .......................................................................... 156
Multi-function Compact Inverter MX2-Series ......................................................... 174
Vision Sensor FQ-M-Series ................................................................................... 179
EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminal GX-Series............................................................ 181
Programmable Terminals NS-Series...................................................................... 183
Related Manuals
International Standards
• The standards are abbreviated as follows: U: UL, U1: UL (Class I Division 2 Products for Hazardous Locations), C: CSA,
UC: cULus, UC1: cULus (Class I Division 2
Products for Hazardous Locations), CU: cUL, N: NK,
L: Lloyd, and CE: EC Directives.
• Contact your OMRON representative for further details and applicable conditions for these standards.
z EC Directives
The EC Directives applicable to PLCs include the EMC Directives and the Low Voltage Directive. OMRON complies
with these directives as described below.
z EMC Directives
Applicable Standards
EMI: EN61000-6-4, EN61131-2
EMS: EN61000-6-2, EN61131-2
PLCs are electrical devices that are incorporated in machines and manufacturing installations. OMRON PLCs conform
to the related EMC standards so that the devices and machines into which they are built can more easily conform to
EMC standards. The actual PLCs have been checked for conformity to EMC standards. Whether these
standards are satisfied for the actual system, however, must be checked by the customer.
EMC-related performance will vary depending on the configuration, wiring, and other conditions of the equipment or
control panel in which the PLC is installed. The customer must, therefore, perform final checks to confirm that the overall machine or device conforms to EMC standards.
z Low Voltage Directive
Applicable Standard:EN61131-2
VDC must satisfy the appropriate safety requirements. With PLCs, this applies to Power Supply Units and I/O Units
that operate in these voltage ranges.
These Units have been designed to conform to EN61131-2, which is the applicable standard for PLCs.
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Machine Automation Controller
NJ-Series
Ordering Information
Basic Configuration Units
CPU Rack
NJ501 CPU Units
Current consumption
(A)
Specifications
Product name
I/O capacity /
maximum umber
of configuration
Units
(Expansion Racks)
Program
capacity
Number of
motion
axes
Memory capacity for
variables
Model
5 VDC
16
NJ501 CPU Units
2,560 points /
40 Units
(3 Expansion
Racks)
2 MB: Retained during power
interruption
4 MB: Not retained during
power interruption
20 MB
Standards
24 VDC
NJ501-1300
32
NJ501-1400
1.90 A
UC1, N, L,
CE
---
64
NJ501-1500
Accessories
The following accessories come with the CPU Unit.
Item
Specification
Battery
CJ1W-BAT01
End Cover
CJ1W-TER01 (necessary to be connected to the right end of the CPU Rack.)
End Plate
PFP-M (2 pcs)
„ Power Supply Units
One Power Supply Unit is required for each Rack.
Product name
AC
Power
Supply
Unit
DC
Power
Supply
Unit
Power supply
voltage
Output
current
5-VDC
output
capacity
24-VDC
output
capacity
Output
capacity
Options
Total power
24-VDC
consumpservice
power supply
tion
RUN
output
Maintenance
forecast
monitor
100 to 240
VAC
Standards
NJ-PA3001
6.0 A
24 VDC
Model
1.0 A
30 W
No
Yes
UC1, N, L,
CE
No
NJ-PD3001
Note: Power supply units for the CJ-Series cannot be used as a power supply for a CPU rack of the NJ system or as a power supply for an expansion rack.
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Machine Automation Controller
NJ-Series
System Configuration
Expansion Racks
Select the I/O Control Unit, I/O Interface Unit, Expansion Connecting Cable, and CJ-Series Power Supply Unit.
„ CJ-Series I/O Control Unit (Mounted on CPU Rack when Connecting Expansion Racks)
Product name
Current
consumption (A)
Specifications
CJ-Series I/O
Control Unit
Mount one I/O Control Unit on the CJ-Series CPU Rack when connecting one
NJ-Series Expansion Racks.
Connecting Cable: [email protected]@3 Expansion Connecting Cable
Connected Unit: CJ1W-II101 I/O Interface Unit
Mount to the right of the CPU Unit.
Model
Standards
24 V
---
0.02
CJ1W-IC101
Machine Automation Controller
5V
UC1, N, L,
CE
Note: Mounting the I/O Control Unit in any other location may cause faulty operation.
Product Name
Current
consumption (A)
Specifications
5V
Model
Automation Software
„ CJ-Series I/O Interface Unit (Mounted on Expansion Rack)
Standards
24 V
CJ-Series I/O
Interface Unit
0.13
---
CJ1W-II101
UC1, N, L,
CE
NJ5 Series
Note: Mounting the I/O Interface Unit in any other location may cause faulty operation.
Product name
Cable length: 0.7 m
CS1W-CN713
Cable length: 2 m
CS1W-CN223
Cable length: 3 m
CS1W-CN323
Cable length: 5 m
CS1W-CN523
Cable length: 10 m
CS1W-CN133
Cable length: 12 m
CS1W-CN133-B2
Standards
N, L, CE
MX2 Series
CS1W-CN313
Multi-function Compact Inverter
• Connects an I/O Control Unit on NJ-Series CPU Rack to an I/O
Interface Unit on a NJ-Series Expansion Rack.
or
• Connects an I/O Interface Unit on NJ-Series Expansion Rack to
an I/O Interface Unit on another NJ-Series Expansion Rack.
Model
Cable length: 0.3 m
G5 Series
I/O Connecting
Cable
Specifications
Sysmac Studio
„ I/O Connecting Cables
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
One I/O Interface Unit is required on each Expansion Rack.
Connecting Cable: [email protected]@3 Expansion Connecting Cable
Mount to the right of the Power Supply Unit.
GX Series
Vision Sensor
FQ-M Series
Related Manuals
Remote I/O Terminals
NS Series
Ordering Information
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NJ-Series
Optional Products and Maintenance Products
Product name
Specifications
Model
Standards
Memory Cards
SD memory card, 2GB
Product name
Battery Set
End Cover
HMC-SD291
Specifications
Battery for [email protected]@@@ NJ-Series CPU
Unit maintenance
Mounted to the right-hand side of NJ-Series
CPU Racks or Expansion Racks.
Model
Note: 1. The battery is included as a standard CJ1W-BAT01
accessory with the CPU Unit.
2. The battery service life is 5 years at
25°C. (The service life depends on
the ambient operating temperature
and the power conditions.)
3. Use batteries within two years of
manufacture.
One End Cover is provided as a standard accessory
with each CPU Unit and I/O Interface Unit.
CJ1W-TER01
---
Standards
---
UC1, N, L,
CE
DIN Track Accessories
Product name
DIN Track
End Plate
142
Specifications
Length: 0.5 m; Height: 7.3 mm
Model
Standards
PFP-50N
Length: 1 m; Height: 7.3 mm
PFP-100N
Length: 1 m; Height: 16 mm
PFP-100N2
There are 2 stoppers provided with CPU Units and I/O Interface Units as standard accessories to
secure the Units on the DIN Track.
PFP-M
---
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Machine Automation Controller
NJ-Series
System Configuration
Connecting
Cable
„ Peripheral (USB) Port
Use commercially available USB cable.
Specifications: USB 1.1 or 2.0 cable (A connector - B connector), 5.0 m max.
Machine Automation Controller
„ Recommended EtherCAT and EtherNet/IP Communications Cables
Use Straight STP (shielded twisted-pair) cable of category 5 or higher with double shielding (braiding and aluminum foil tape) for EtherCAT.
Use Straight or cross STP (shielded twisted-pair) cable of category 5 or higher for EtherNet/IP.
Recommended
manufacturer
Item
Cable with Connectors on
Both Ends (RJ45/RJ45)
Wire Gauge and Number of
Pairs: AWG22, 2-pair
Cable with Connectors on
Cable
Both Ends (M12/RJ45)
XS5W-T421-BMD-K
1
XS5W-T421-CMD-K
2
XS5W-T421-DMC-K
5
XS5W-T421-GMC-K
10
XS5W-T421-JMC-K
Tonichi Kyosan Cable, Ltd.
NETSTAR-C5E SAB 0.5 × 4P
Kuramo Electric Co.
KETH-SB
SWCC Showa Cable Systems Co.
FAE-5004
Panduit Corporation
MPS588
Cables
Kuramo Electric Co.
KETH-PSB-OMR *2
RJ45 Assembly Connector
OMRON
Fujikura Ltd.
F-LINK-E 0.5mm × 4P
Panduit Corporation
MPS588
MX2 Series
*1 The cable length 0.3, 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 5, 10 and 15 m are available. For details, refer to Cat.No.G019.
*2 We recommend you to use above cable and connector together.
Note: Please be careful while cable processing, for EtherCAT, connectors on both ends should be shield connected and for EtherNet/IP,
connectors on only one end should be shield connected.
G5 Series
Wire Gauge and Number of Cables
Pairs: 0.5 mm, 4-pair Cable RJ45 Connectors
XS6G-T421-1 *2
Multi-function Compact Inverter
For EtherNet/IP
0.5
Sysmac Studio
Wire Gauge and Number of
Pairs: AWG22, 2-pair
Cable
XS5W-T421-AMD-K
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
For EtherCAT and
EtherNet/IP
OMRON
Model
0.3
NJ5 Series
Wire Gauge and Number of Cables
Pairs: AWG24, 4-pair
Cable
RJ45 Connectors
OMRON
Automation Software
For EtherCAT
Cable length (m)
*1
GX Series
Vision Sensor
FQ-M Series
Related Manuals
Remote I/O Terminals
NS Series
Ordering Information
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Basic I/O Units
„
Input Units
Specifications
Unit
Product name
classification
I/O points
DC Input
Units
External
connection
12 to 24 VDC,
10 mA
Removabl
Independent
e terminal
contacts
block
16 inputs
24 VDC, 7 mA
16 points,
1 common
24 VDC, 7 mA
32 inputs
32 inputs
Response time
*1
ON
OFF
Current
consumption
(A)
5V
Model
20 μs
max.
400 μs
max.
0.08
---
CJ1W-ID201
Removabl
e terminal
block
16
20 μs
max.
400 μs
max.
0.08
---
CJ1W-ID211
16 points,
1 common
Removabl
e terminal
block
16
15 μs
max.
90 μs
max.
0.13
---
CJ1W-ID212
24 VDC, 4.1 mA
16 points,
1 common
Fujitsu
connector
32
20 μs
max.
400 μs
max.
0.09
---
CJ1W-ID231
*3
24 VDC, 4.1 mA
16 points,
1 common
MIL
connector
32
20 μs
max.
400 μs
max.
0.09
---
CJ1W-ID232
*3
24 VDC, 4.1 mA
16 points,
1 common
MIL
connector
32
15 μs
max.
90 μs
max.
0.20
---
CJ1W-ID233
*3
64 inputs
24 VDC, 4.1 mA
16 points,
1 common
Fujitsu
connector
64
120 μs
max.
400 μs
max.
0.09
---
CJ1W-ID261
*3
64 inputs
24 VDC, 4.1 mA
16 points,
1 common
MIL
connector
64
120 μs
max.
400 μs
max.
0.09
---
CJ1W-ID262
*3
8 inputs
200 to 24 VAC,
10 mA
(200 V, 50 Hz)
8 points, 1
common
Removabl
e Terminal
Block
16 *2
10 μs
max.
40 μs
max.
0.08
---
CJ1W-IA201
16 inputs
100 to 120 VAC,
7 mA
(100 V, 50 Hz)
16 points,
1 common
Removabl
e Terminal
Block
16
10 μs
max.
40 μs
max.
0.09
---
CJ1W-IA111
32 inputs
High-speed type
Standards
24 V
16 *2
16 inputs
AC Input
Units
Commons
8 inputs
High-speed type
CJ1
Basic
I/O Units
Input voltage
and current
Number
of bits
allocated
UC1, N, L,
CE
*1 This is the input response time when no filter (i.e., 0 ms) is set.
*2 Although 16 I/O bits are allocated, only 8 of these can be used for external I/O. These Units are also treated as 16-point I/O Units in the Unit
configuration.
*3 The cable-side connector is not provided with Units equipped with cables. Purchase the 40-pin connector separately (Refer to page 146), or
use an OMRON [email protected] Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Unit or a [email protected] I/O Relay Terminal .
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System Configuration
„ Output Units
Unit
Product name
classification
Output
Maximum switching
I/O points
type
capacity
Commons
External
connection
Current
Number of consumption
(A)
bits
allocated
5V
24 V
Model
8
outputs
250 VAC/24 VDC, 2 A
Independent
contacts
Removable
terminal
block
16 *1
0.09
0.048
max.
CJ1W-OC201
−
16
outputs
250 VAC/24 VDC, 2 A
16 points,
1 common
Removable
terminal
block
16
0.11
0.096
max.
CJ1W-OC211
−
8
outputs
250 VAC, 0.6 A
8 points,
1 common
Removable
terminal
block
16 *1
0.22
−
CJ1W-OA201
Sinking
8
outputs
12 to 24 VDC, 2 A
4 points,
1 common
Removable
terminal
block
16 *1
0.09
−
CJ1W-OD201
Sinking
8
outputs
12 to 24 VDC, 0.5 A
8 points,
1 common
Removable
terminal
block
16 *1
0.10
−
CJ1W-OD203
Sinking
16
outputs
12 to 24 VDC, 0.5 A
16 points,
1 common
Removable
terminal
block
16
0.10
−
CJ1W-OD211
*2
24 VDC, 0.5 A
16 points,
1 common
Removable
terminal
block
16
0.15
−
CJ1W-OD213
*2
Triac Output
Unit
16
outputs
High-speed type
12 to 24 VDC, 0.5 A
16 points,
1 common
Fujitsu
connector
32
0.14
−
CJ1W-OD231
*3
Sinking
32
outputs
12 to 24 VDC, 0.5 A
16 points,
1 common
MIL
connector
32
0.14
−
CJ1W-OD233
*2, *3
24 VDC, 0.5 A
16 points,
1 common
MIL
connector
32
0.22
−
CJ1W-OD234
*2, *3
Sinking
32
outputs
High-speed type
0.17
−
CJ1W-OD261
*3
Sinking
64
outputs
12 to 24 VDC, 0.3 A
16 points,
1 common
MIL
connector
64
0.17
−
CJ1W-OD263
*3
Sourcing
8
outputs
24 VDC, 2 A
4 points,
Short-circuit protection 1 common
Removable
terminal
block
16 *1
0.11
−
CJ1W-OD202
Sourcing
8
outputs
24 VDC, 0.5 A
8 points,
Short-circuit protection 1 common
Removable
terminal
block
16 *1
0.10
−
CJ1W-OD204
Sourcing
16
outputs
24 VDC, 0.5 A
16 points,
Short-circuit protection 1 common
Removable
terminal
block
16
0.10
−
CJ1W-OD212
Sourcing
32
outputs
24 VDC, 0.5 A
16 points,
Short-circuit protection 1 common
MIL
connector
32
0.15
−
CJ1W-OD232
*3
Sourcing
64
outputs
12 to 24 VDC, 0.3 A
16 points,
1 common
MIL
connector
64
0.17
−
CJ1W-OD262
*3
Related Manuals
*1 Although 16 I/O bits are allocated, only 8 of these can be used for external I/O. These Units are also treated as 16-point I/O Units in the Unit
configuration.
*2 The ON/OFF response time for the CJ1W-OD213/CJ1W-OD234 is shorter than for the CJ1W-OD211/CJ1WOD233, as shown below.
· ON response time: 0.1 ms improved to 0.015 ms
· OFF response time: 0.8 ms improved to 0.08 ms
*3 Connectors are not provided with these connector models. Either purchase one of the following 40-pin Connectors, or use an OMRON [email protected]
Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Unit or a [email protected] I/O Relay Terminal.
Remote I/O Terminals
64
Vision Sensor
Fujitsu
connector
NS Series
16 points,
1 common
GX Series
12 to 24 VDC, 0.3 A
FQ-M Series
64
outputs
MX2 Series
Sinking
Multi-function Compact Inverter
32
outputs
UC1, N, L,
CE
G5 Series
Sinking
Automation Software
Sinking
Sysmac Studio
Transistor
Output Units
NJ5 Series
CJ1
Basic
I/O Units
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
−
Standards
Machine Automation Controller
Relay Contact Output
Units
Specifications
Ordering Information
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„ I/O Units
Specifications
Unit
classification
Product
name
Output
type
I/O points
Maximum switching
capacity
24 VDC, 7 mA
16 points,
1 common
16 outputs
250 VAC/24 VDC,
0.5 A
16 points,
1 common
16 inputs
24 VDC, 7 mA
16 points,
1 common
Sinking
16 outputs 12 to 24 VDC, 0.5 A
16 points,
1 common
32 inputs
16 points,
1 common
24 VDC, 4.1 mA
Sinking
CJ1
Basic
I/O Units
32 outputs 12 to 24 VDC, 0.3 A
16 points,
1 common
32 inputs
16 points,
1 common
24 VDC, 4.1 mA
Sinking
32 outputs 12 to 24 VDC, 0.3 A
16 points,
1 common
16 inputs
24 VDC, 7 mA
16 points,
1 common
16 outputs
24 VDC, 0.5 A
16 points,
Short-circuit protection 1 common
32 inputs
5 VDC, 35 mA
Sourcing
TTL I/O
Units
Commons
16 inputs
Sinking
DC Input/
Transistor Output Units
Input voltage,
Input current
Model
5V
Standards
24 V
Fujitsu
connector
32
0.13
---
CJ1W-MD231
*2
UC1, N,
CE
MIL
connector
64
0.13
---
CJ1W-MD233
*2
Fujitsu
connector
32
0.14
---
CJ1W-MD261
*1
MIL
connector
64
0.14
---
CJ1W-MD263
*1
MIL
connector
32
0.13
---
CJ1W-MD232
*2
UC1, N, L,
CE
MIL
connector
64
0.19
---
CJ1W-MD563
*1
UC1, N,
CE
UC1, N,
CE
16 points,
1 common
--32 outputs 5 VDC, 35 mA
External
connection
Number of
bits
allocated
Current
consumption
(A)
16 points,
1 common
*1 Connectors are not provided with these connector models. Either purchase one of the following 40-pin Connectors, or use an OMRON [email protected]
Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Unit or a [email protected] I/O Relay Terminal.
*2 Connectors are not provided with these connector models. Either purchase one of the following 20-pin or 24-pin Connectors, or use an OMRON
[email protected] Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Unit or a [email protected] I/O Relay Terminal.
z Applicable Connectors
Fujitsu Connectors for 32-input, 32-output, 64-input, 64-output, 32-input/32-output, and 16-input/16-output Units
Name
40-pin
Connectors
24-pin
Connectors
146
Connection
Remarks
Applicable Units
Fujitsu Connectors:
CJ1W-ID231(32 inputs): 1 per Unit
CJ1W-ID261 (64 inputs) 2 per Unit
CJ1W-OD231 (32 outputs):1 per Unit
CJ1W-OD261 (64 outputs): 2 per Unit
CJ1W-MD261 (32 inputs, 32 outputs): 2 per Unit
Model
Standards
C500-CE404
Soldered
FCN-361J040-AU Connector
FCN-360C040-J2 Connector
Cover
Crimped
FCN-363J040
Housing
FCN-363J-AU
Contactor
FCN-360C040-J2 Connector
Cover
Pressure
welded
FCN-367J040-AU/F
Soldered
FCN-361J024-AU Connector
FCN-360C024-J2 Connector
Cover
Crimped
FCN-363J024
Housing
FCN-363J-AU
Contactor
FCN-360C024-J2 Connector
Cover
C500-CE242
Pressure
welded
FCN-367J024-AU/F
C500-CE243
C500-CE405
C500-CE403
Fujitsu Connectors:
CJ1W-MD231 (16 inputs, 16 outputs): 2 per Unit
C500-CE241
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System Configuration
MIL Connectors for 32-input, 32-output, 64-input, 64-output, 32-input/32-output, and 16-input/16-output Units
Name
Connection
Remarks
40-pin
Connectors
Pressure welded
FRC5-AO40-3TOS
Pressure welded
FRC5-AO20-3TOS
Model
XG4M-4030-T
MIL Connectors:
CJ1W-MD232/233 (16 inputs, 16 outputs): 2 per Unit
XG4M-2030-T
Standards
--Machine Automation Controller
20-pin
Connectors
Applicable Units
MIL Connectors:
CJ1W-ID232/233 (32 inputs): 1 per Unit
CJ1W-OD232/233/234 (32 outputs):1 per Unit
CJ1W-ID262 (64 inputs): 2 per Unit
CJ1W-OD262/263 (64 outputs): 2 per Unit
CJ1W-MD263/563 (32 inputs, 32 outputs): 2 per Unit
„ Quick-response Input Units
Specifications
Unit classification
I/O
points
Input
voltage, Input
current
16
inputs
24 VDC, 7 mA
Commons
Quickresponse
Input Unit
16 points,
1 common
External
connection
Removable
terminal
block
Response time
Number
of bits
allocated
16
Current consumption (A)
Model
Standards
5V
24 V
0.05 ms
max.
0.5 ms
max.
0.08
---
CJ1W-IDP01
UC1, N, L,
CE
Current consumption (A)
Model
Standards
„ B7A Interface Units
Unit classification
I/O points
External connection
Number
of bits
allocated
64 inputs
64 outputs
64
0.07
---
CJ1W-B7A14
0.07
---
CJ1W-B7A04
0.07
---
CJ1W-B7A22
UC1, CE
MX2 Series
Multi-function Compact Inverter
24 V
G5 Series
32 inputs/outputs
Removable terminal
block
5V
Sysmac Studio
B7A Interface Units
CJ1
Basic
I/O Units
Specifications
Product
name
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
OFF
NJ5 Series
ON
Automation Software
CJ1
Basic
I/O
Units
Product
name
GX Series
Vision Sensor
FQ-M Series
Related Manuals
Remote I/O Terminals
NS Series
Ordering Information
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Special I/O Units and CPU Bus Units
„ Process I/O Units
z Isolated-type Units with Universal Inputs
Unit classification
Product
name
Input
points
Signal
range
selection
Set sepa4 inputs rately for
each input
CJ1
Special
I/O
Units
Process
Input Units
(Isolatedtype Units
with Universal
Inputs)
Set sepa4 inputs rately for
each input
Conversion
Accuracy
External
speed
(at ambient tem- connec(resolution) perature of 25°C)
tion
Signal range
Universal inputs:
Pt100 (3-wire),
JPt100 (3-wire),
Pt1000 (3-wire),
Pt100 (4-wire),
K, J, T, E, L, U, N,
R, S, B,
WRe5-26, PL II,
4 to 20 mA,
0 to 20 mA,
1 to 5 V,
0 to 1.25 V,
0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V,
±100 mV selectable range
−1.25 to 1.25 V,
−5 to 5 V,
−10 to 10 V,
±10 V selectable
range, potentiometer
Universal inputs:
Pt100, JPt100,
Pt1000, K, J, T, L,
R, S, B, 4 to 20
mA,
0 to 20 mA,
1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V
Resolution
(conversion
speed):
1/256,000
(conversion cycle:
60 ms/
4 inputs)
1/64,000
(conversion cycle:
10 ms/
4 inputs)
1/16,000
(conversion cycle:
5 ms/
4 inputs)
Standard
accuracy:
±0.05% of F.S.
Conversion
speed:
250 ms/
4 inputs
Accuracy:
Platinum
resistance
thermometer
input: (±0.3% of
PV or ±0.8°C,
whichever is
larger) ±1 digit
max.
Thermocouple
input: (±0.3% of
PV or ±1.5°C,
whichever is
larger) ±1 digit
max. *2
Voltage or
current input:
±0.3% of F.S. ±1
digit max.
Removable terminal
block
No. of Current conunit sumption (A)
numbers
5 V 24 V
allocated
Model
Standards
0.30
---
CJ1WPH41U
*1
UC1, CE
0.32
---
CJ1WAD04U
UC1, L,
CE
1
*1 Do not connect a Relay Output Unit to the same CPU Rack or to the same Expansion Rack as the CJ1W-PH41U.
*2 L and −100°C or less for K and T are ±2°C±1 digit max., and 200°C or less for R and S is ±3°C±1 digit max. No accuracy is specified for 400°C
or less for B.
z Isolated-type DC Input Units
Unit classification
CJ1
Special
I/O
Units
Product
name
Isolatedtype DC
Input Units
Input
points
Signal range selection
DC voltage:
0 to 1.25 V, −1.25 to 1.25 V,
0 to 5 V, 1 to 5 V, −5 to 5 V,
2
0 to 10 V, −10 to 10 V, ±10 V
inputs selectable range
DC current:
0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA
Accuracy
Conversion
(at ambient
speed
temperature
(resolution)
of 25°C)
Conversion
speed:
10 ms/
2 inputs
Resolution:
1/64,000
Standard
accuracy:
±0.05% of
F.S.
* This is for an external power supply, and not for internal current consumption.
148
No. of
Current conunit
sumption (A)
External
numconnection
bers allo- 5 V
24 V
cated
Removable
terminal
block
1
0.18
0.09 *
Model
CJ1W-PDC15
Standards
UC1, CE
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System Configuration
„ Analog I/O Units
z Analog Input Units
Unit clas- Product
sification name
Signal
Input range
points selection
High-speed type
CJ1
Special
I/O
Units
Analog
Input
Units
4
inputs
8
inputs
Set
separately
for
each
input
1 to 5 V (1/10,000),
0 to 10 V (1/20,000),
−5 to 5 V (1/20,000),
−10 to 10 V (1/40,000),
and
4 to 20 mA (1/10,000)
1 to 5 V,
0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V,
−10 to
10 V, 4 to
20 mA
1/4000,
(Settable to
1/8000)
*2
20 μs/1 point,
25 μs/2 points,
30 μs/3 points,
35 μs/4 points
1 ms/point
max.
(Settable to
250 μs/point)
*2
Accuracy
No. of
External
(at ambient
unit
connectemperature of
numbers
tion
25°C)
allocated
Current
consumption (A)
Model
5V
24 V
0.52
---
CJ1W-AD042 *1
0.42
---
CJ1W-AD081-V1
Standards
Voltage:
±0.2% of F.S.
Current:
±0.4% of F.S.
Voltage:
±0.2% of F.S.
Removable
terminal
block
UC1, CE
1
UC1, N, L,
CE
Current:
±0.4% of F.S.
*3
0.42
---
Automation Software
4
inputs
Resolution
Conversion
speed
Machine Automation Controller
Analog
Input
Units
Signal
range
CJ1W-AD041-V1
*1 The direct conversion function using the AIDC instruction cannot be used.
*2 The resolution and conversion speed cannot be set independently. If the resolution is set to 1/4,000, then the conversion speed will be 1 ms/
point.
*3 At 23 ±2°C
Resolution
4 to 20 mA
1/4000
1 ms/
point
max.
(Settable
to 250
μs/point)
1 ms/
point
max.
Removable
terminal
block
*1 The direct conversion function using the AODC instruction cannot be used.
*2 This is for an external power supply, and not for internal current consumption
24
VDC
+10%
−15%
,
170 mA
max.
0.14
0.14
*2
CJ1W-DA08V
UC1, N, L,
CE
CJ1W-DA08C
UC1, N,
CE
1
0.14
0.17
*2
24
VDC
+10%
−15%
,
200 mA
max.
0.12
,
140 mA
max.
CJ1W-DA041
UC1, N, L,
CE
24
VDC
+10%
−15%
0.2 *2
0.12
0.14
*2
CJ1W-DA021
Related Manuals
Voltage
output:
±0.3% of
F.S.
Current
output:
±0.5% of
F.S.
,
140 mA
max.
Remote I/O Terminals
1 to 5 V,
0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V,
−10 to 10 V,
4 to 20 mA
24
VDC
+10%
−15%
Vision Sensor
1/4,000
(Settable
to
1/8,000)
CJ1W-DA042V
UC1, CE
*1
NS Series
2
outputs
±0.3% of
F.S.
---
0.40
GX Series
4
outputs
1 to 5 V,
0 5 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V,
−10 to 10 V
---
FQ-M Series
Analog
Output
Units
8
outputs Set
separately
for
each
8
outputs input
1 to 5 V (1/10,000),
0 to 10 V (1/20,000),
and
−10 to 10 V (1/40,000)
MX2 Series
CJ1
Special
I/O
Units
4
outputs
Standards
G5 Series
High-speed type
20 μs/
1 point,
25 μs/
2 points,
30 μs/
3 points,
35 μs/
4 points
Model
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Analog
Output
Units
No. of Current conunit sumption (A)
numbers
5 V 24 V
allocated
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Signal
range
Accuracy
ConverExternal External
(at ambient
sion
connec- power
temperature
speed
tion
supply
of 25°C)
Sysmac Studio
Unit clas- Product Output
sification name
points
Signal
range
selection
NJ5 Series
z Analog Output Units
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z Analog I/O Units
Signal
Unit clas- Product No. of range
sification name points selection
CJ1
Special
I/O
Units
Analog
I/O
Units
4
inputs
2
outputs
Signal
range
Resolution
(See
note.)
Conversion
speed
(See note.)
Accuracy
External No. of unit
(at ambient
connec- numbers
temperature
tion
allocated
of 25°C)
Current
consumption (A)
5V
24 V
0.58
---
Model
Standards
Voltage input:
±0.2% of F.S.
Set
separately
for
each
input
1 to 5 V,
0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V,
−10 to 10 V,
4 to 20 mA
1 ms/point
1/4,000
(Settable (Settable to
500 μs/point
to
1/8,000) max.)
Current input:
±0.2% of F.S. Removable
Voltage
termioutput:
nal
±0.3% of F.S. block
1
CJ1W-MAD42
UC1, N, L,
CE
Current
output:
±0.3% of F.S.
Note: The resolution and conversion speed cannot be set independently. If the resolution is set to 1/4,000, then the conversion speed will be 1
ms/point.
„ Temperature Control Units
Unit classification
CJ1 Special I/O
Units
Specifications
Product
name
Temperature
Control
Units
Temperature
sensor inputs
No. of loops
Thermocouple
input (R, S, K, J,
T, B, L)
2 loops, heater
burnout detection
function
Platinum
resistance
thermometer
input (JPt100,
Pt100)
Control outputs
No. of unit
numbers
allocated
Open collector NPN outputs
(pulses)
Open collector PNP outputs
(pulses)
Open collector NPN outputs
(pulses)
Current consumption (A)
5V
Model
0.25
---
CJ1W-TC003
0.25
---
CJ1W-TC004
0.25
---
CJ1W-TC103
0.25
---
CJ1W-TC104
2
Open collector PNP outputs
(pulses)
Standards
24 V
UC1, N,
L, CE
„ High-speed Counter Unit
Unit classification
CJ1 Special I/O
Units
Product
name
Specifications
Countable
channels
Encoder A and B inputs,
pulse input Z signals
Open collector
Input voltage: 5 VDC, 12 V, or 24 V
(5 V and 12 V are each for one axis
only.)
Highspeed
Counter
Unit
Current conNo. of unit
sumption (A)
numbers alloMax. counting
cated
5V
24 V
rate
4
0.28
---
CJ1W-CT021
500 kHz
Note: The following functions become unavailable when it is used with the NJ-Series CPU unit.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
150
Standards
50 kHz
2
RS-422 line driver
Model
Counter value capture using allocation area(CIO)
The capture, Stop/capture/continue, Stop/capture/reset/continue, and Capture/reset functions using External Control Input Function
Pulse rate range control using Output Control Mode
The pulse rate measurement function
Because the NJ-Series has no power OFF interrupt task, operation cannot be restarted from the position at which the power was interrupted.
Read or write the data using IORD/IOWR instruction
Starting of External Interrupt Task by Output and External Control Input
UC1, N,
L, CE
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NJ-Series
System Configuration
„ Serial Communications Units
Specifications
Unit clasProduct name
sification
Serial Communications
Units
Communications
Interface
No. of unit
numbers
allocated
Communications functions
Model
5V
24 V
0.28 *2
---
CJ1W-SCU22
0.40
---
CJ1W-SCU32
Standards
Machine Automation Controller
2 RS-232C ports
Current consumption (A)
High-speed type
CJ1
CPU
Bus
Units
The following functions can be
selected for each port:
Protocol macro *1
Host Link
NT Links (1:N mode)
Serial Gateway
No-protocol
Modbus-RTU Slave
2 RS-422A/485 ports
1
UC1, N,
L, CE
1 RS-232C port and
1 RS-422A/485 port
0.36 *2
---
CJ1W-SCU42
Automation Software
RS-422A Converter
Converts RS-233C to RS-422A/RS-485.
CJ1W-CIF11
Functions as master and/or
slave; allows control of
32,000 points max. per
master.
1
5V
Model
Standards
24 V
---
0.29
CJ1W-DRM21
UC1, N, L,
CE
Note: 1. Simple backup function cannot be used.
2. DeviceNet configurator cannot be used. Use CX-Integrator.
3. For the communication specifications required for connection to existing equipment, consult with your OMRON representative.
Specifications
ID Sensor
Units
No. of conExternal
nected R/W
power supply
heads
1
Model
5V
0.26 *
0.13 *
CJ1W-V680C11
2
0.32
0.26
CJ1W-V680C12
UC, CE
Related Manuals
Note: The data transfer function using intelligent I/O commands can not be used.
* To use a V680-H01 Antenna, refer to the V680 Series RFID System Catalog (Cat. No. Q151).
Remote I/O Terminals
1
Not required.
2
Standards
24 V
NS Series
V680-Series RFID
System
Current
consumption (A)
GX Series
CJ1
CPU
Bus
Units
Connected ID Systems
No. of unit
numbers
allocated
Vision Sensor
FQ-M Series
„ ID Sensor Units
Unit clasProduct name
sification
MX2 Series
• Remote I/O communications
master (fixed or user-set
allocations)
• Remote I/O communications
slave (fixed or user-set
allocations)
• Message communications
Current consumption (A)
Multi-function Compact Inverter
CJ1 CPU
Bus Units
No. of unit
numbers
allocated
Communications type
G5 Series
DeviceNet
Unit
Specifications
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Unit classifiProduct name
cation
Sysmac Studio
„ DeviceNet Unit
NJ5 Series
Note: 1. Simple Backup Function and Interrupt notification function cannot be used.
2. For the communication specifications required for connection to existing equipment, consult with your OMRON representative.
*1 You can activate protocol macro trace function when the CPU Unit is set to the RUN Mode. (MONITOR Mode is not available with the NJ-Series
CPU Units.)
*2 When an NT-AL001 RS-232C/RS-422A Conversion Unit is used, this value increases by 0.15 A/Unit. Add 0.20A/Unit when using [email protected]
Programmable Terminals. Add 0.04A/Unit when using CJ1W-CIF11 RS-422A Adapters.
Ordering Information
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Machine Automation Controller
NJ-Series
Peripheral Devices
„ EtherCAT junction slaves
Product name
No. of ports
Current
consumption (A)
Power supply voltage
3
EtherCAT
junction slaves
Model
0.08
GX-JC03
0.17
GX-JC06
20.4 to 28.8 VDC
(24 VDC -15 to +20%)
Standards
CE, UC1
6
Note: 1. Please do not connect EtherCAT junction slaves with OMRON position control unit, Model [email protected]/@82.
2. EtherCAT junction slaves cannot be used for EtherNet/IP and Ethernet.
„ Industrial Switching Hubs for EtherNet/IP and Ethernet
Specifications
Product name
Industrial
Switching
Hubs
No. of Failure
ports detection
Functions
Quality of Service (QoS):
EtherNet/IP control data priority
Failure detection:
Broadcast storm and LSI error detection
10/100BASE-TX, Auto-Negotiation
3
No
5
No
5
Yes
Accessories
Current
consumption
(A)
• Power supply
connector
• Power supply
connector
• Connector for
informing
error
Model
0.22
W4S1-03B
0.22
W4S1-05B
0.22
W4S1-05C
Standards
UC, CE
CE
Note: Industrial switching hubs cannot be used for EtherCAT.
„ WE70 FA WIRELESS LAN UNITS
Product name
Applicable region
Japan
WE70 FA WIRELESS LAN UNITS
Europe
U.S
Canada
China
Type
Model
Access Point (Master)
WE70-AP
Client (Slave)
WE70-CL
Access Point (Master)
WE70-AP-EU
Client (Slave)
WE70-CL-EU
Access Point (Master)
WE70-AP-US
Client (Slave)
WE70-CL-US
Access Point (Master)
WE70-AP-CA
Client (Slave)
WE70-CL-CA
Access Point (Master)
WE70-AP-CN
Client (Slave)
WE70-CL-CN
Standards
---
CE
UC
---
Note: 1. A Pencil Antenna, mounting magnet, and screw mounting bracket are included as accessories.
2. Always use a model that is applicable in your region. For example, using the WE70-AP-US outside of the United States is illegal in terms
of the usage of electromagnetic waves. Refer to the WE70 Catalog (Cat. No. N154).
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Machine Automation Controller
System Configuration
Machine Automation Controller
Automation Software
Sysmac Studio
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
NJ5 Series
MX2 Series
Multi-function Compact Inverter
G5 Series
GX Series
Vision Sensor
FQ-M Series
Related Manuals
Remote I/O Terminals
NS Series
Ordering Information
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Automation Software
Sysmac Studio
Ordering Information
Automation Software
Please purchase a DVD and licenses the first time you purchase the Sysmac Studio. DVDs and licenses are available individually.
The license does not include the DVD.
Specifications
Product
Sysmac Studio
Standard Edition
[email protected]@
The Sysmac Studio Automation Software provides an
integrated development environment to set up,
program, debug, and maintain SYSMAC NJ-series
Controllers and other Machine Automation
Controllers, as well as EtherCAT slaves.
Sysmac Studio runs on the following OS.
Windows XP (Service Pack 3 or higher), Vista, or 7
Model
Standards
DVD
SYSMAC-SE200D
−
1 license
−
SYSMAC-SE201L
−
3 licenses
−
SYSMAC-SE203L
−
10 licenses
−
SYSMAC-SE210L
−
30 licenses
−
SYSMAC-SE230L
−
50 licenses
−
SYSMAC-SE250L
−
Number of
licenses
Media
− (Media only)
Note: Site licenses are available for users who will run Sysmac Studio on multiple computers. Ask your OMRON sales representative for details.
Components
DVD (SYSMAC-SE200D)
Components
Description
Introduction
An introduction about components, installation/uninstallation, user registration and auto update of the Sysmac
Studio is provided.
Setup disk (DVD-ROM)
1
License ([email protected]@L)
Components
Description
License Agreement
The license agreement gives the usage conditions and warranty for the Sysmac Studio.
License Card
A model number, version, license number, and number of licenses are described.
User Registration Card
Two cards are contained. One is for users in Japan and the other is for users in other countries.
Included Support Software
Sysmac Studio includes the following software.
Included Support Software
154
Outline
CX-Designer
[email protected]
The CX-Designer is used to create screens for NS-Series PTs.
CX-Integrator
[email protected]
The CX-Integrator is used to set up FA networks.
CX-Protocol
[email protected]
The CX-Protocol is used for protocol macros for Serial Communications Units.
Network Configurator
[email protected]
The Network Configurator is used for tag data links on the built-in EtherNet/IP port.
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Sysmac Studio
Automation Software
System Configuration
Machine Automation Controller
Automation Software
Sysmac Studio
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
NJ5 Series
MX2 Series
Multi-function Compact Inverter
G5 Series
GX Series
Vision Sensor
FQ-M Series
Related Manuals
Remote I/O Terminals
NS Series
Ordering Information
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AC Servomotor/Drives
G5-Series
Interpreting Model Numbers
Servo Drive Model Numbers
Servomotor Model Numbers
R88D-K N 01 H -ECT
No
(1)
(2)
Item
Symbol
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(3)
(4)
Specifications
G5-Series Servo Drive
Drive Type
Maximum Applicable Servomotor
Capacity
Power Supply
Voltage
Network type
R88M-K @ 750 30 H -BO S2
(5)
No
(1)
(2)
Item
Symbol
(1)
N
Communication type
A5
50 W
01
(3)
(5)
(6)
Specifications
G5-Series Servomotor
(2)
Motor Type
Blank
Cylinder type
−
−
100 W
050
50 W
02
200 W
100
100 W
04
400 W
200
200 W
06
600 W
400
400 W
08
750 W
600
600 W
10
1W
750
750 W
15
1.5 kW
900
900 W
20
2 kW
1K0
1 kW
30
3 kW
1K5
1.5 kW
40
4 kW
2K0
2 kW
50
5 kW
3K0
3 kW
75
7.5 kW
4K0
4 kW
150
15 kW
4K5
4.5 kW
5 kW
(3)
Servomotor Capacity
L
100 VAC
5K0
H
200 VAC
6K0
6 kW
F
400 VAC
7K5
7.5 kW
-ECT
EtherCAT Communications
11K0
11 kW
(4)
Rated Rotation
Speed
15K0
15 kW
10
1,000 r/min
15
1,500 r/min
20
2,000 r/min
30
(5)
F
INC
H
200 VAC
(with incremental encoder
specifications)
INC
L
100 VAC
(with incremental encoder
specifications)
INC
C
400 VAC (with absolute encoder specifications)
ABS/INC
T
200 VAC (with absolute encoder specifications)
ABS/INC
S
100 VAC (with absolute encoder specifications)
ABS/INC
Applied Voltage
(6)
Note:
Option
3,000 r/min
400 VAC
(with incremental encoder
specifications)
Blank
156
(4)
Straight shaft
B
With brake
O
With oil seal
S2
With key and tap
incremental encoder: 20bit
ABS/INC incremental encoder: 17bit, absolute encoder: 17bit
INC
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
System Configuration
Understanding Decelerator Model Numbers (Backlash = 3' Max./Backlash = 15' Max.)
Backlash = 3' Max.
Backlash = 15' Max.
R88G-HPG 14A 05 100 S B J
(1)
Item
Gear Ratio
Specifications
Decelerator for
[email protected] Servomotors Backlash = 15' Max.
11B
@40
05
14A
@60
09
1/9
20A
@90
15
1/15
32A
@120
25
1/25
50A
@170
B
@52
65A
@230
C
@78
05
1/5
D
@98
09
1/9 (only frame number 11B)
050
50 W
11
1/11 (except frame number 65A)
100
100 W
12
1/12 (only frame number 65A)
200
200 W
20
1/20 (only frame number 65A)
400
400 W
21
1/21 (except frame number 65A)
25
1/25 (only frame number 65A)
33
1/33
45
(2)
(3)
(4)
(6) (7)
Gear Ratio
Flange Size
Number
Applicable
Servomotor
Capacity
1/5
750
750 W
Blank
3,000-r/min cylindrical servomotors
(5)
Motor Type
−
−
1/45
(6)
Backlash
C
Backlash = 15' Max
050
50 W
(7)
Option
J
With key (without tap)
100
100 W
200
200 W
400
400 W
750
750 W
900
900 W
1 kW
1K5
1.5 kW
2K0
2 kW
3K0
3 kW
4K0
4 kW
4K5
4.5 kW
5K0
5 kW
Blank
3,000-r/min cylindrical servomotors
−
2,000-r/min cylindrical servomotors
T
1,000-r/min cylindrical servomotors
B
Backlash = 3' Max
Blank
Straight shaft
J
With key and tap
NS Series
Remote I/O Terminals
−
S
Multi-function Compact Inverter
1K0
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Option
Symbol
CJ
(5)
GX Series
Backlash
Item
(4)
MX2 Series
(6)
(1)
(3)
G5 Series
Motor Type
No
(2)
Sysmac Studio
Applicable Servomotor Capacity
(5)
(7)
Specifications
(1)
NJ5 Series
(4)
Flange Size Number
R88G-VRSF 09 B 100
(5) (6) (7)
Automation Software
(3)
(4)
Decelerator for
[email protected] Servomotors Backlash = 3' Max.
(1)
(2)
Symbol
(3)
Machine Automation Controller
No
(2)
Related Manuals
Ordering Information
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G5-Series
Table of Servomotor Variations
[email protected] @ @ @ @ @ @ [email protected] @ @ @
(3)
(3)
(4)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(5)
(7) (8)
(9)
(6)
(7)
Applied Voltage
Type
Applicable
Servomotor
Capacity
INC
INC
INC
ABS
ABS
ABS
400
200
100
400
200
100
F
H
L
C
T
S
With
Blank
brake
O
Blank
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
100 W
R88M-K10030
√
√
√
200 W
R88M-K20030
√
√
400 W
R88M-K40030
√
√
750 W
R88M-K75030
√
√
√
Blank
Shaft type
√
√
S2
R88M-K1K030
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K530
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2 kW
R88M-K2K030
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
3 kW
R88M-K3K030
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
4 kW
R88M-K4K030
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
5 kW
R88M-K5K030
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
400 W
R88M-K40020
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
600 W
R88M-K60020
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1 kW
R88M-K1K020
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K520
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2 kW
R88M-K2K020
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
R88M-K3K020
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
4 kW
R88M-K4K020
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
5 kW
R88M-K5K020
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
7.5 kW
R88M-K7K515 *2
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
11 kW
R88M-K11K015 *2
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
15 kW
R88M-K15K015 *2
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
900 W
R88M-K90010
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
R88M-K2K010
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
R88M-K3K010
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
3,000 r/min
2,000 r/min
2 kW
3 kW
1,000 r/min
√
√
4.5 kW
R88M-K4K510
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
6 kW
R88M-K6K010
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
example
030: 30 W
100: 100 W
1K0: 1 kW
10: 1,000 r/min
20: 2,000 r/min
30: 3,000 r/min
F: 400 VAC (with incremental encoder) INC
H: 200 VAC (with incremental encoder) INC
L: 100 VAC (with incremental encoder) INC
C: 400 VAC (with absolute encoder) ABS/INC
T: 200 VAC (with absolute encoder) ABS/INC
S: 100 VAC (with absolute encoder) ABS/INC
*1 [email protected], [email protected], can be used for Power Supply Voltage of 100/200VAC.
*2 The rated speed is 1,500 r/min.
158
(9)
√
R88M-K05030 *1
3 kW
Blank:
Cylinder type
Model
50 W
1 kW
Cylinder
Rotation speed
(8)
With brake /
Without brake Models with
oil seals
−
B
Blank:
Without
brake
B:
24 VDC
With brake
Blank:
Without oil
seals
O: With oil
seals
Blank:
Straight shaft
S2:
With key and
tap
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G5-Series
Ordering Information
System Configuration
AC Servo Drives
EtherCAT Communications
Specifications
Power Model
Supply
Voltage
Applicable
Servomotor
Capacity
50 W
R88D-KNA5L-ECT
Single-phase
100 VAC
100 W
R88D-KN01L-ECT
200 W
R88D-KN02L-ECT
400 W
R88D-KN04L-ECT
100 W
R88D-KN01H-ECT
200 W
R88D-KN02H-ECT
400 W
R88D-KN04H-ECT
R88D-KN10H-ECT
1.5 kW
R88D-KN15H-ECT
2 kW
R88D-KN20H-ECT
3 kW
R88D-KN30H-ECT
5 kW
R88D-KN50H-ECT
7.5 kW
R88D-KN75H-ECT
15 kW
R88D-KN150H-ECT
R88D-KN06F-ECT
1 kW
R88D-KN10F-ECT
1.5 kW
R88D-KN15F-ECT
2 kW
R88D-KN20F-ECT
3 kW
R88D-KN30F-ECT
R88D-KN50F-ECT
7.5 kW
R88D-KN75F-ECT
15 kW
R88D-KN150F-ECT
G5 Series
MX2 Series
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Note: When connecting a Servo Drive to the NJ-Series Machine
Automation Controller, it is recommended that you use the
Servo Drive with Built-in EtherCAT Communications, [email protected]@@-ECT, with unit version 2.1 or later.
Sysmac Studio
5 kW
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
600 W
NJ5 Series
Three-phase
400 VAC
R88D-KN08H-ECT
1 kW
Automation Software
Three-phase
200 VAC
750 W
Machine Automation Controller
Singlephase/threephase
200 VAC
Model
NS Series
Remote I/O Terminals
GX Series
Related Manuals
Ordering Information
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
Servomotors
<Cylinder Type>
3,000-r/min servomotors
Rotation speed Encoder
INC
Rotation speed Encoder
Option
INC
Without key
Option
Without key
3,000 r/min
3,000 r/min
ABS/INC With key
ABS/INC With key
Model
Specifications
Model
With incremental encoder
Specifications
Straight shaft without key
200 V
400 V
With brake
100 V
200 V
400 V
Without oil seals
50 W
R88M-K05030H
100 W
R88M-K10030L
200 W
R88M-K20030L
400 W
Rated
output
Without oil seals
50 W
R88M-K05030H-S2
100 W
R88M-K10030L-S2
200 W
R88M-K20030L-S2
R88M-K40030L
400 W
R88M-K40030L-S2
50 W
R88M-K05030H
50 W
R88M-K05030H-S2
100 W
R88M-K10030H
100 W
R88M-K10030H-S2
200 W
R88M-K20030H
200 W
R88M-K20030H-S2
400 W
R88M-K40030H
400 W
R88M-K40030H-S2
750 W
R88M-K75030H
750 W
R88M-K75030H-S2
1 kW
R88M-K1K030H
1 kW
R88M-K1K030H-S2
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K530H
2 kW
R88M-K2K030H
3 kW
R88M-K3K030H
4 kW
R88M-K4K030H
5 kW
R88M-K5K030H
5 kW
R88M-K5K030H-S2
750 W
R88M-K75030F
750 W
R88M-K75030F-S2
R88M-K1K030F-S2
100 V
200 V
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K530H-S2
2 kW
R88M-K2K030H-S2
3 kW
R88M-K3K030H-S2
4 kW
R88M-K4K030H-S2
1 kW
R88M-K1K030F
1 kW
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K530F
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K530F-S2
2 kW
R88M-K2K030F
2 kW
R88M-K2K030F-S2
3 kW
R88M-K3K030F
3 kW
R88M-K3K030F-S2
4 kW
R88M-K4K030F
4 kW
R88M-K4K030F-S2
5 kW
R88M-K5K030F
5 kW
R88M-K5K030F-S2
50 W
R88M-K05030H-B
50 W
R88M-K05030H-BS2
100 W
R88M-K10030L-B
100 W
R88M-K10030L-BS2
200 W
R88M-K20030L-B
200 W
R88M-K20030L-BS2
400 W
R88M-K40030L-B
400 W
R88M-K40030L-BS2
50 W
R88M-K05030H-B
50 W
R88M-K05030H-BS2
100 W
R88M-K10030H-B
100 W
R88M-K10030H-BS2
200 W
R88M-K20030H-B
200 W
R88M-K20030H-BS2
400 W
R88M-K40030H-B
400 W
R88M-K40030H-BS2
750 W
R88M-K75030H-B
750 W
R88M-K75030H-BS2
1 kW
R88M-K1K030H-B
1 kW
R88M-K1K030H-BS2
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K530H-B
2 kW
R88M-K2K030H-B
3 kW
R88M-K3K030H-B
4 kW
R88M-K4K030H-B
5 kW
R88M-K5K030H-B
5 kW
R88M-K5K030H-BS2
750 W
R88M-K75030F-B
750 W
R88M-K75030F-BS2
R88M-K1K030F-BS2
400 V
100 V
200 V
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K530H-BS2
2 kW
R88M-K2K030H-BS2
3 kW
R88M-K3K030H-BS2
4 kW
R88M-K4K030H-BS2
1 kW
R88M-K1K030F-B
1 kW
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K530F-B
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K530F-BS2
2 kW
R88M-K2K030F-B
2 kW
R88M-K2K030F-BS2
3 kW
R88M-K3K030F-B
3 kW
R88M-K3K030F-BS2
4 kW
R88M-K4K030F-B
4 kW
R88M-K4K030F-BS2
5 kW
R88M-K5K030F-B
5 kW
R88M-K5K030F-BS2
Note: Models with oil seals are also available.
160
Voltage
Without brake
Without brake
100 V
Straight shaft with key and tap
With brake
Voltage
Rated
output
With incremental encoder
400 V
Note: Models with oil seals are also available.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
System Configuration
Rotation speed Encoder
INC
Option
Rotation speed Encoder
Without key
INC
3,000 r/min
Option
Without key
ABS/INC With key
Model
Specifications
Model
With absolute encoder
Specifications
Straight shaft without key
R88M-K20030S-S2
R88M-K40030S
400 W
R88M-K40030S-S2
50 W
R88M-K05030T
50 W
R88M-K05030T-S2
100 W
R88M-K10030T
100 W
R88M-K10030T-S2
200 W
R88M-K20030T
200 W
R88M-K20030T-S2
400 W
R88M-K40030T
400 W
R88M-K40030T-S2
750 W
R88M-K75030T
750 W
R88M-K75030T-S2
1 kW
R88M-K1K030T
1 kW
R88M-K1K030T-S2
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K530T
2 kW
R88M-K2K030T
3 kW
R88M-K3K030T
4 kW
R88M-K4K030T
5 kW
R88M-K5K030T
5 kW
R88M-K5K030T-S2
750 W
R88M-K75030C
750 W
R88M-K75030C-S2
R88M-K1K030C-S2
Without brake
400 W
200 V
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K530T-S2
2 kW
R88M-K2K030T-S2
3 kW
R88M-K3K030T-S2
4 kW
R88M-K4K030T-S2
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K530C-S2
2 kW
R88M-K2K030C
2 kW
R88M-K2K030C-S2
3 kW
R88M-K3K030C
3 kW
R88M-K3K030C-S2
4 kW
R88M-K4K030C
4 kW
R88M-K4K030C-S2
5 kW
R88M-K5K030C
5 kW
R88M-K5K030C-S2
50 W
R88M-K05030T-B
50 W
R88M-K05030T-BS2
100 W
R88M-K10030S-B
100 W
R88M-K10030S-BS2
200 W
R88M-K20030S-B
200 W
R88M-K20030S-BS2
400 W
R88M-K40030S-B
400 W
R88M-K40030S-BS2
50 W
R88M-K05030T-B
50 W
R88M-K05030T-BS2
100 W
R88M-K10030T-B
100 W
R88M-K10030T-BS2
200 W
R88M-K20030T-B
200 W
R88M-K20030T-BS2
400 W
R88M-K40030T-B
400 W
R88M-K40030T-BS2
750 W
R88M-K75030T-B
750 W
R88M-K75030T-BS2
1 kW
R88M-K1K030T-B
1 kW
R88M-K1K030T-BS2
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K530T-B
2 kW
R88M-K2K030T-B
3 kW
R88M-K3K030T-B
4 kW
R88M-K4K030T-B
5 kW
R88M-K5K030T-B
5 kW
R88M-K5K030T-BS2
750 W
R88M-K75030C-B
750 W
R88M-K75030C-BS2
R88M-K1K030C-BS2
400 V
100 V
200 V
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K530T-BS2
2 kW
R88M-K2K030T-BS2
3 kW
R88M-K3K030T-BS2
4 kW
R88M-K4K030T-BS2
R88M-K1K030C-B
1 kW
R88M-K1K530C-B
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K530C-BS2
2 kW
R88M-K2K030C-B
2 kW
R88M-K2K030C-BS2
3 kW
R88M-K3K030C-B
3 kW
R88M-K3K030C-BS2
4 kW
R88M-K4K030C-B
4 kW
R88M-K4K030C-BS2
5 kW
R88M-K5K030C-B
5 kW
R88M-K5K030C-BS2
Note: Models with oil seals are also available.
400 V
Ordering Information
1 kW
1.5 kW
Remote I/O Terminals
1 kW
R88M-K1K530C
Multi-function Compact Inverter
R88M-K1K030C
Related Manuals
1 kW
1.5 kW
NS Series
With brake
R88M-K10030S-S2
200 W
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
100 W
100 V
GX Series
400 V
R88M-K20030S
MX2 Series
200 V
R88M-K05030T-S2
G5 Series
100 V
R88M-K10030S
200 W
Without oil seals
50 W
Sysmac Studio
400 V
100 W
Voltage
Automation Software
200 V
R88M-K05030T
Rated
output
NJ5 Series
Without brake
100 V
Without oil seals
50 W
With absolute encoder
Straight shaft withkey and tap
With brake
Voltage
Rated
output
Machine Automation Controller
3,000 r/min
ABS/INC With key
Note: Models with oil seals are also available.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
2,000-r/min servomotors
Rotation speed Encoder
INC
Option
Rotation speed Encoder
INC
Without key
2,000 r/min
Option
Without key
2,000 r/min
ABS/INC With key
ABS/INC With key
Model
Specifications
Model
With incremental encoder
Specifications
Straight shaft without key
400 V
With brake
200 V
400 V
Without oil seals
1 kW
R88M-K1K020H
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K520H
2 kW
R88M-K2K020H
3 kW
R88M-K3K020H
4 kW
R88M-K4K020H
5 kW
R88M-K5K020H
400 W
R88M-K40020F
600 W
R88M-K60020F
1 kW
R88M-K1K020F
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K520F
2 kW
R88M-K2K020F
3 kW
R88M-K3K020F
4 kW
200 V
Rated
output
Without oil seals
1 kW
R88M-K1K020H-S2
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K520H-S2
2 kW
R88M-K2K020H-S2
3 kW
R88M-K3K020H-S2
4 kW
R88M-K4K020H-S2
5 kW
R88M-K5K020H-S2
400 W
R88M-K40020F-S2
600 W
R88M-K60020F-S2
1 kW
R88M-K1K020F-S2
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K520F-S2
2 kW
R88M-K2K020F-S2
3 kW
R88M-K3K020F-S2
R88M-K4K020F
4 kW
R88M-K4K020F-S2
5 kW
R88M-K5K020F
5 kW
R88M-K5K020F-S2
1 kW
R88M-K1K020H-B
1 kW
R88M-K1K020H-BS2
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K520H-B
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K520H-BS2
2 kW
R88M-K2K020H-B
2 kW
R88M-K2K020H-BS2
3 kW
R88M-K3K020H-B
3 kW
R88M-K3K020H-BS2
4 kW
R88M-K4K020H-B
4 kW
R88M-K4K020H-BS2
5 kW
R88M-K5K020H-B
5 kW
R88M-K5K020H-BS2
400 W
R88M-K40020F-B
400 W
R88M-K40020F-BS2
600 W
R88M-K60020F-B
600 W
R88M-K60020F-BS2
1 kW
R88M-K1K020F-B
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K520F-B
2 kW
R88M-K2K020F-B
3 kW
R88M-K3K020F-B
4 kW
5 kW
400 V
200 V
1 kW
R88M-K1K020F-BS2
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K520F-BS2
2 kW
R88M-K2K020F-BS2
3 kW
R88M-K3K020F-BS2
R88M-K4K020F-B
4 kW
R88M-K4K020F-BS2
R88M-K5K020F-B
5 kW
R88M-K5K020F-BS2
Note: Models with oil seals are also available.
162
Voltage
Without brake
Without brake
200 V
Straight shaft with key and tap
With brake
Voltage
Rated
output
With incremental encoder
400 V
Note: Models with oil seals are also available.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
System Configuration
Rotation speed Encoder
INC
Rotation speed Encoder
Option
Without key
INC
Option
Without key
ABS/INC With key
ABS/INC With key
Model
Specifications
Model
With absolute encoder
Specifications
Straight shaft without key
R88M-K1K520T
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K520T-S2
2 kW
R88M-K2K020T
2 kW
R88M-K2K020T-S2
3 kW
R88M-K3K020T
3 kW
R88M-K3K020T-S2
4 kW
R88M-K4K020T
4 kW
R88M-K4K020T-S2
5 kW
R88M-K5K020T
5 kW
R88M-K5K020T-S2
R88M-K7K515T *
7.5 kW
R88M-K7K515T-S2 *
11 kW
R88M-K11K015T *
11 kW
R88M-K11K015T-S2 *
15 kW
R88M-K15K015T *
15 kW
R88M-K15K015T-S2 *
400 W
R88M-K40020C
400 W
R88M-K40020C-S2
600 W
R88M-K60020C
1 kW
R88M-K1K020C
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K520C
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K520C-S2
2 kW
R88M-K2K020C
2 kW
R88M-K2K020C-S2
3 kW
R88M-K3K020C
3 kW
R88M-K3K020C-S2
4 kW
R88M-K4K020C
4 kW
R88M-K4K020C-S2
5 kW
R88M-K5K020C
5 kW
R88M-K5K020C-S2
Without brake
7.5 kW
400 V
600 W
R88M-K60020C-S2
1 kW
R88M-K1K020C-S2
R88M-K7K515C *
7.5 kW
R88M-K7K515C -S2 *
11 kW
R88M-K11K015C *
11 kW
R88M-K11K015C-S2 *
15 kW
R88M-K15K015C *
15 kW
R88M-K15K015C-S2 *
1 kW
R88M-K1K020T-B
1 kW
R88M-K1K020T-BS2
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K520T-B
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K520T-BS2
2 kW
R88M-K2K020T-B
2 kW
R88M-K2K020T-BS2
3 kW
R88M-K3K020T-B
3 kW
R88M-K3K020T-BS2
4 kW
R88M-K4K020T-B
4 kW
R88M-K4K020T-BS2
5 kW
R88M-K5K020T-B
5 kW
R88M-K5K020T-BS2
200 V
R88M-K11K015T-B *
11 kW
R88M-K11K015T-BS2 *
15 kW
R88M-K15K015T-B *
15 kW
R88M-K15K015T-BS2 *
400 W
R88M-K40020C-B
400 W
R88M-K40020C-BS2
600 W
R88M-K60020C-B
1 kW
R88M-K1K020C-B
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K520C-B
1.5 kW
R88M-K1K520C-BS2
2 kW
R88M-K2K020C-B
2 kW
R88M-K2K020C-BS2
3 kW
R88M-K3K020C-B
3 kW
R88M-K3K020C-BS2
4 kW
R88M-K4K020C-B
4 kW
R88M-K4K020C-BS2
5 kW
R88M-K5K020C-B
5 kW
R88M-K5K020C-BS2
400 V
600 W
R88M-K60020C-BS2
1 kW
R88M-K1K020C-BS2
7.5 kW
R88M-K7K515C-B *
7.5 kW
R88M-K7K515C-BS2 *
11 kW
R88M-K11K015C-B *
11 kW
R88M-K11K015C-BS2 *
15 kW
R88M-K15K015C-B *
15 kW
R88M-K15K015C-BS2 *
Note: Models with oil seals are also available.
* The rated speed is 1,500 r/min.
Remote I/O Terminals
R88M-K7K515T-BS2 *
11 kW
Related Manuals
7.5 kW
NS Series
R88M-K7K515T-B *
GX Series
7.5 kW
Multi-function Compact Inverter
7.5 kW
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Without brake
1.5 kW
200 V
R88M-K1K020T-S2
MX2 Series
With brake
1 kW
G5 Series
400 V
Without oil seals
R88M-K1K020T
Sysmac Studio
200 V
Voltage
1 kW
NJ5 Series
400 V
Without oil seals
Rated
output
Automation Software
200 V
With absolute encoder
Straight shaft with key and tap
With brake
Voltage
Rated
output
Machine Automation Controller
2,000 r/min
2,000 r/min
Note: Models with oil seals are also available.
* The rated speed is 1,500 r/min.
Ordering Information
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
1,000-r/min servomotors
Rotation speed Encoder
INC
Option
Rotation speed Encoder
INC
Without key
1,000 r/min
Option
Without key
1,000 r/min
ABS/INC With key
ABS/INC With key
Model
Specifications
Model
With incremental encoder
Specifications
With incremental encoder
Straight shaft without key
400 V
200 V
400 V
Without oil seals
Voltage
Rated
output
R88M-K90010H
2 kW
R88M-K2K010H
3 kW
R88M-K3K010H
900 W
R88M-K90010F
2 kW
R88M-K2K010F
3 kW
R88M-K3K010F
3 kW
R88M-K3K010F-S2
900 W
R88M-K90010H-B
900 W
R88M-K90010H-BS2
2 kW
R88M-K2K010H-B
2 kW
R88M-K2K010H-BS2
3 kW
R88M-K3K010H-B
900 W
R88M-K90010F-B
2 kW
R88M-K2K010F-B
3 kW
R88M-K3K010F-B
200 V
400 V
200 V
400 V
900 W
R88M-K90010H-S2
2 kW
R88M-K2K010H-S2
3 kW
R88M-K3K010H-S2
900 W
R88M-K90010F-S2
2 kW
R88M-K2K010F-S2
3 kW
R88M-K3K010H-BS2
900 W
R88M-K90010F-BS2
2 kW
R88M-K2K010F-BS2
3 kW
R88M-K3K010F-BS2
Note: Models with oil seals are also available.
Note: Models with oil seals are also available.
Rotation speed Encoder
Rotation speed Encoder
INC
Option
INC
Without key
1,000 r/min
Option
Without key
1,000 r/min
ABS/INC With key
ABS/INC With key
Model
Specifications
Model
With absolute encoder
Specifications
Straight shaft without key
400 V
With brake
200 V
400 V
Without oil seals
900 W
R88M-K90010T
2 kW
R88M-K2K010T
3 kW
R88M-K3K010T
4.5 kW
R88M-K4K510T
6 kW
R88M-K6K010T
900 W
R88M-K90010C
2 kW
R88M-K2K010C
3 kW
R88M-K3K010C
4.5 kW
R88M-K4K510C
With absolute encoder
Straight shaft with key and tap
Voltage
200 V
Without brake
Without brake
200 V
Rated
output
400 V
Rated
output
Without oil seals
900 W
R88M-K90010T-S2
2 kW
R88M-K2K010T-S2
3 kW
R88M-K3K010T-S2
4.5 kW
R88M-K4K510T-S2
6 kW
R88M-K6K010T-S2
900 W
R88M-K90010C-S2
2 kW
R88M-K2K010C-S2
3 kW
R88M-K3K010C-S2
4.5 kW
R88M-K4K510C-S2
6 kW
R88M-K6K010C
6 kW
R88M-K6K010C-S2
900 W
R88M-K90010T-B
900 W
R88M-K90010T-BS2
2 kW
R88M-K2K010T-B
2 kW
R88M-K2K010T-BS2
3 kW
R88M-K3K010T-B
4.5 kW
R88M-K4K510T-B
6 kW
R88M-K6K010T-B
900 W
R88M-K90010C-B
2 kW
R88M-K2K010C-B
3 kW
R88M-K3K010C-B
4.5 kW
R88M-K4K510C-B
6 kW
R88M-K6K010C-B
Note: Models with oil seals are also available.
200 V
With brake
Voltage
164
Without oil seals
900 W
Without brake
200 V
Straight shaft with key and tap
With brake
With brake
Without brake
Voltage
Rated
output
400 V
3 kW
R88M-K3K010T-BS2
4.5 kW
R88M-K4K510T-BS2
6 kW
R88M-K6K010T-BS2
900 W
R88M-K90010C-BS2
2 kW
R88M-K2K010C-BS2
3 kW
R88M-K3K010C-BS2
4.5 kW
R88M-K4K510C-BS2
6 kW
R88M-K6K010C-BS2
Note: Models with oil seals are also available.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
System Configuration
Decelerators (Backlash = 3' Max./Backlash = 15' Max.)
Backlash = 3' Max
<Cylinder Type>
3,000-r/min servomotors
2,000-r/min servomotors
Straight shaft without key
50 W
200 W
1/33
R88G-HPG14A33050B
1/33
R88G-HPG32A33600SB
1/45
R88G-HPG14A45050B
1/45
R88G-HPG32A45400SB
1/5
R88G-HPG11B05100B
1/5
R88G-HPG32A052K0B
1/11
R88G-HPG14A11100B
1/11
R88G-HPG32A112K0B
1/21
R88G-HPG14A21100B
1/21
R88G-HPG32A211K5B
1/33
R88G-HPG20A33100B
1/33
R88G-HPG32A33600SB
1/45
R88G-HPG20A45100B
1/45
R88G-HPG50A451K5B
400 W
600 W
1/5
R88G-HPG14A05200B
1/5
R88G-HPG32A053K0B
1/11
R88G-HPG14A11200B
1/11
R88G-HPG32A112K0SB
1/21
R88G-HPG20A21200B
1/21
R88G-HPG32A211K0SB
1/33
R88G-HPG20A33200B
1/33
R88G-HPG50A332K0SB
1/45
R88G-HPG20A45200B
1/45
R88G-HPG50A451K0SB
1/5
R88G-HPG14A05400B
1/5
R88G-HPG32A053K0B
1/11
R88G-HPG20A11400B
1/11
R88G-HPG32A112K0SB
1/21
R88G-HPG20A21400B
1/33
R88G-HPG32A33400B
1/45
R88G-HPG32A45400B
1/5
R88G-HPG20A05750B
1/11
R88G-HPG20A11750B
1/21
R88G-HPG32A21750B
1/33
R88G-HPG32A33750B
1/45
R88G-HPG32A45750B
1 kW
1.5 kW
2 kW
3 kW
1/21
R88G-HPG50A213K0B
1/33
R88G-HPG50A332K0SB
1/5
R88G-HPG32A053K0B
1/11
R88G-HPG32A112K0SB
1/21
R88G-HPG50A213K0B
1/33
R88G-HPG50A332K0SB
1/5
R88G-HPG32A054K0B
1/11
R88G-HPG50A115K0B
1/21
R88G-HPG50A213K0SB
R88G-HPG32A112K0B
1/25
R88G-HPG65A253K0SB
1/21
R88G-HPG32A211K5B
1/5
R88G-HPG50A055K0SB
1/33
R88G-HPG32A33600SB
1/11
R88G-HPG50A115K0SB
1/45
R88G-HPG50A451K5B
1/20
R88G-HPG65A205K0SB
1/5
R88G-HPG32A052K0B
1/25
R88G-HPG65A255K0SB
1/11
R88G-HPG32A112K0B
1/5
R88G-HPG50A055K0SB
1/21
R88G-HPG32A211K5B
1/11
R88G-HPG50A115K0SB
1/33
R88G-HPG50A332K0B
1/20
R88G-HPG65A205K0SB
1/45
R88G-HPG50A451K5B
1/25
R88G-HPG65A255K0SB
1/5
R88G-HPG32A052K0B
1/11
R88G-HPG32A112K0B
1/21
R88G-HPG32A211K5B
1/33
R88G-HPG50A332K0B
1/45
R88G-HPG50A451K5B
1/5
R88G-HPG32A052K0B
1/11
R88G-HPG32A112K0B
1/21
R88G-HPG50A212K0B
1/33
R88G-HPG50A332K0B
1/5
R88G-HPG32A053K0B
1/11
R88G-HPG50A113K0B
1/21
R88G-HPG50A213K0B
1/5
R88G-HPG32A054K0B
1/11
R88G-HPG50A115K0B
1/5
R88G-HPG50A055K0B
1/11
R88G-HPG50A115K0B
4 kW
5 kW
Note: 1. The standard models have a straight shaft.
2. To order a Servomotor with a straight shaft with key, add “J” to
the end of the model number, in the place indicated by the box.
Ordering Information
R88G-HPG32A052K0B
Remote I/O Terminals
1/5
1/11
Multi-function Compact Inverter
5kW
R88G-HPG32A211K5B
R88G-HPG14A21100B
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
4kW
R88G-HPG32A112K0B
1/21
R88G-HPG11B09050B
Related Manuals
3kW
1/11
1/9
1/21
NS Series
2kW
R88G-HPG32A052K0B
GX Series
1.5kW
Model (Straight shaft)
1/5
MX2 Series
1kW
Gear Ratio
G5 Series
750W
(400 V)
R88G-HPG11B05100B
Sysmac Studio
750 W
(200 V)
1/5
Motor
capacity
NJ5 Series
400 W
Model (Straight shaft)
Automation Software
100 W
Gear Ratio
Machine Automation Controller
Motor
capacity
Straight shaft without key
Note: 1. The standard models have a straight shaft.
2. To order a Servomotor with a straight shaft with key, add “J” to
the end of the model number, in the place indicated by the box.
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
Backlash = 15' Max
<Cylinder Type>
3,000-r/min servomotors
1,000-r/min servomotors
Straight shaft with key
Straight shaft without key
Motor
capacity
900 W
2 kW
3 kW
Gear Ratio
Model (Straight shaft)
Motor
capacity
1/5
Model (Straight shaft)
R88G-VRSF05B100CJ
1/5
R88G-HPG32A05900TB
1/11
R88G-HPG32A11900TB
1/9
R88G-VRSF09B100CJ
1/21
R88G-HPG50A21900TB
1/15
R88G-VRSF15B100CJ
1/33
R88G-HPG50A33900TB
1/25
R88G-VRSF25B100CJ
1/5
R88G-HPG32A052K0TB
1/5
R88G-VRSF05B100CJ
1/11
R88G-HPG50A112K0TB
1/9
R88G-VRSF09B100CJ
1/21
R88G-HPG50A212K0TB
1/15
R88G-VRSF15B100CJ
1/25
R88G-HPG65A255K0SB
1/25
R88G-VRSF25B100CJ
1/5
R88G-HPG50A055K0SB
1/5
R88G-VRSF05B200CJ
1/11
R88G-HPG50A115K0SB
1/9
R88G-VRSF09C200CJ
1/20
R88G-HPG65A205K0SB
1/15
R88G-VRSF15C200CJ
1/25
R88G-HPG65A255K0SB
1/25
R88G-VRSF25C200CJ
1/5
R88G-VRSF05C400CJ
Note: 1. The standard models have a straight shaft.
2. To order a Servomotor with a straight shaft with key, add “J” to
the end of the model number, in the place indicated by the box.
50 W
100 W
200 W
400 W
750 W
166
Gear Ratio
1/9
R88G-VRSF09C400CJ
1/15
R88G-VRSF15C400CJ
1/25
R88G-VRSF25C400CJ
1/5
R88G-VRSF05C750CJ
1/9
R88G-VRSF09D750CJ
1/15
R88G-VRSF15D750CJ
1/25
R88G-VRSF25D750CJ
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G5-Series
System Configuration
Accessories and Cables
„ Connection Cables (Motor Power Cables, Brake Cables, Encoder Cables)
<Non-flexible Cable>
Motor Power Cables
Specifications
R88A-CAKA005S
R88A-CAKA010S
15m
R88A-CAKA015S
20 m
R88A-CAKA020S
30 m
R88A-CAKA030S
40 m
R88A-CAKA040S
(See note1.)
R88A-CAKA050S
3m
R88A-CAGB003S
R88A-CAGB003B
5m
R88A-CAGB005S
R88A-CAGB005B
10 m
R88A-CAGB010S
R88A-CAGB010B
15 m
R88A-CAGB015S
R88A-CAGB015B
20 m
R88A-CAGB020S
R88A-CAGB020B
30 m
R88A-CAGB030S
R88A-CAGB030B
40 m
R88A-CAGB040S
R88A-CAGB040B
50 m
R88A-CAGB050S
R88A-CAGB050B
3m
R88A-CAGB003S
R88A-CAKF003B
R88A-CAKF005B
R88A-CAGB010S
R88A-CAKF010B
15 m
R88A-CAGB015S
R88A-CAKF015B
20 m
R88A-CAGB020S
R88A-CAKF020B
30 m
R88A-CAGB030S
R88A-CAKF030B
40 m
R88A-CAGB040S
R88A-CAKF040B
50 m
R88A-CAGB050S
R88A-CAKF050B
3m
R88A-CAGD003S
R88A-CAGD003B
5m
R88A-CAGD005S
R88A-CAGD005B
10 m
R88A-CAGD010S
R88A-CAGD010B
15 m
R88A-CAGD015S
R88A-CAGD015B
20 m
R88A-CAGD020S
R88A-CAGD020B
30 m
R88A-CAGD030S
R88A-CAGD030B
40 m
R88A-CAGD040S
R88A-CAGD040B
50 m
R88A-CAGD050S
R88A-CAGD050B
3m
R88A-CAGE003S
R88A-CAGE015S
20 m
R88A-CAGE020S
30 m
R88A-CAGE030S
40 m
R88A-CAGE040S
50 m
R88A-CAGE050S
Related Manuals
Note: 1. Different connectors are used for the motor power and the brake on 100-V and 200-V, 3,000-r/min Servomotors of 50 to 750 W and Servomotors of 6 to 15 kW. When using a Servomotor with a brake, two cables are required: a Power Cable without Brake and a Brake
Cable.
2. For non-flexible power cables for Servomotors of 11 or 15 kW, refer to G5 series USER'S MANUAL (Cat.No. I576) and make your own
cable.
Remote I/O Terminals
R88A-CAGE010S
15 m
NS Series
R88A-CAGE005S
GX Series
5m
10 m
Multi-function Compact Inverter
R88A-CAGB005S
MX2 Series
5m
10 m
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
50 m
G5 Series
[200 V] [400 V]
1,500-r/min Servomotors of 7.5 kW
1,000-r/min Servomotors of 6 kW
5m
10 m
Sysmac Studio
[200 V] [400 V]
3,000-r/min Servomotors of 3 to 5 kW
2,000-r/min Servomotors of 3 to 5 kW
1,000-r/min Servomotors of 2 to 4.5 kW
R88A-CAKA003S
NJ5 Series
[400 V]
3,000-r/min Servomotors of 750 W to 2 kW
2,000-r/min Servomotors of 400 W to 2 kW
1,000-r/min Servomotors of 900 W
Model
3m
Automation Software
[200 V]
3,000-r/min Servomotors of 1 to 2 kW
2,000-r/min Servomotors of 1 to 2 kW
1,000-r/min Servomotors of 900 W
With brake
Model
Machine Automation Controller
[100 V/200 V]
3,000-r/min Servomotors of 50 to 750 W
Without brake
Ordering Information
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G5-Series
Brake Cable
Encoder Cable
Standard Cables
Specifications
Model
3m
[100 V][200 V]
3,000-r/min
Servomotors of
50 to 750 W
[200 V][400 V]
1,500-r/min and
2,000-r/min
Servomotors of
7.5 to 15 kW
1,000-r/min
Servomotors of
6 kW
168
R88A-CAKA003B
5m
R88A-CAKA005B
10 m
R88A-CAKA010B
15 m
R88A-CAKA015B
20 m
R88A-CAKA020B
30 m
R88A-CAKA030B
40 m
R88A-CAKA040B
50 m
R88A-CAKA050B
3m
R88A-CAGE003B
5m
R88A-CAGE005B
10 m
R88A-CAGE010B
15 m
R88A-CAGE015B
20 m
R88A-CAGE020B
30 m
R88A-CAGE030B
40 m
R88A-CAGE040B
50 m
R88A-CAGE050B
Standard Cables
Specifications
Model
3m
[100 V/200 V]
3,000-r/min
Servomotors of
50 to 750 W
(for both absolute
encoders and
incremental
encoders)
[100 V and 200 V]
3,000-r/min
Servomotors of
1.0 kW or more
2,000-r/min
Servomotors
1,500-r/min
Servomotors
1,000-r/min
Servomotors
[400 V]
3,000-r/min
Servomotors
2,000-r/min
Servomotors
1,500-r/min
Servomotors
1,000-r/min
Servomotors
R88A-CRKA003C
5m
R88A-CRKA005C
10 m
R88A-CRKA010C
15 m
R88A-CRKA015C
20 m
R88A-CRKA020C
30 m
R88A-CRKA030C
40 m
R88A-CRKA040C
50 m
R88A-CRKA050C
3m
R88A-CRKC003N
5m
R88A-CRKC005N
10 m
R88A-CRKC010N
15 m
R88A-CRKC015N
20 m
R88A-CRKC020N
30 m
R88A-CRKC030N
40 m
R88A-CRKC040N
50 m
R88A-CRKC050N
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
System Configuration
<Flexible Cables>
Motor Power Cables
Specifications
5m
R88A-CAKA005SR(-E)
10 m
R88A-CAKA010SR(-E)
15 m
R88A-CAKA015SR(-E)
20 m
R88A-CAKA020SR(-E)
30 m
R88A-CAKA030SR(-E)
40 m
R88A-CAKA040SR(-E)
(See note1.)
50 m
R88A-CAKA050SR(-E)
3m
R88A-CAGB003SR(-E)
R88A-CAGB003BR(-E)
5m
R88A-CAGB005SR(-E)
R88A-CAGB005BR(-E)
10 m
R88A-CAGB010SR(-E)
R88A-CAGB010BR(-E)
15 m
R88A-CAGB015SR(-E)
R88A-CAGB015BR(-E)
20 m
R88A-CAGB020SR(-E)
R88A-CAGB020BR(-E)
30 m
R88A-CAGB030SR(-E)
R88A-CAGB030BR(-E)
40 m
R88A-CAGB040SR(-E)
R88A-CAGB040BR(-E)
50 m
R88A-CAGB050SR(-E)
R88A-CAGB050BR(-E)
3m
R88A-CAGB003SR(-E)
R88A-CAKF003BR(-E)
R88A-CAGB005SR(-E)
R88A-CAKF005BR(-E)
R88A-CAGB010SR(-E)
R88A-CAKF010BR(-E)
15 m
R88A-CAGB015SR(-E)
R88A-CAKF015BR(-E)
20 m
R88A-CAGB020SR(-E)
R88A-CAKF020BR(-E)
30 m
R88A-CAGB030SR(-E)
R88A-CAKF030BR(-E)
40 m
R88A-CAGB040SR(-E)
R88A-CAKF040BR(-E)
50 m
R88A-CAGB050SR(-E)
R88A-CAKF050BR(-E)
3m
R88A-CAGD003SR(-E)
R88A-CAGD003BR(-E)
R88A-CAGD005BR(-E)
R88A-CAGD010SR(-E)
R88A-CAGD010BR(-E)
15 m
R88A-CAGD015SR(-E)
R88A-CAGD015BR(-E)
20 m
R88A-CAGD020SR(-E)
R88A-CAGD020BR(-E)
30 m
R88A-CAGD030SR(-E)
R88A-CAGD030BR(-E)
40 m
R88A-CAGD040SR(-E)
R88A-CAGD040BR(-E)
50 m
R88A-CAGD050SR(-E)
R88A-CAGD050BR(-E)
MX2 Series
Note: 1. Different connectors are used for the motor power and the brake on 100-V and 200-V, 3,000-r/min Servomotors of 50 to 750 W and
Servomotors of 6 to 15 kW. When using a Servomotor with a brake, two cables are required: a Power Cable without Brake and a Brake Cable.
2. For flexible power cables for Servomotors of 11 or 15 kW, refer to G5 series USER'S MANUAL (Cat.No. I576) and make your own cable.
For flexible motor power cables for Servomotors of 6 to 7.5kW, make your own cable by referring to the wirings of non-flexible motor
power cables in the G5 series USER'S MANUAL (Cat.No.I576).
Multi-function Compact Inverter
R88A-CAGD005SR(-E)
G5 Series
5m
10 m
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
5m
10 m
Sysmac Studio
[200 V] [400 V]
3,000-r/min Servomotors of 3 to 5 kW
2,000-r/min Servomotors of 3 to 5 kW
1,000-r/min Servomotors of 2 to 4.5 kW
R88A-CAKA003SR(-E)
NJ5 Series
[400 V]
3,000-r/min Servomotors of 750 W to 2 kW
2,000-r/min Servomotors of 400 W to 2 kW
1,000-r/min Servomotors of 900 W
Model
3m
Automation Software
[200 V]
3,000-r/min Servomotors of 1 to 2 kW
2,000-r/min Servomotors of 1 to 2 kW
1,000-r/min Servomotors of 900 W
With brake
Model
Machine Automation Controller
[100 V/200 V]
3,000-r/min Servomotors of 50 to 750 W
Without brake
NS Series
Remote I/O Terminals
GX Series
Related Manuals
Ordering Information
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G5-Series
Brake Cable
Encoder Cable
Robot Cables
Specifications
3m
[100 V] [200 V]
3,000-r/min
Servomotors of
50 to 750 W
[200 V] [400 V]
1,500-r/min and
2,000-r/min
Servomotors of
7.5kW to 15kW
1,000-r/min
Servomotors of
6.0kW
R88A-CAKA003BR(-E)
5m
R88A-CAKA005BR(-E)
10 m
R88A-CAKA010BR(-E)
15 m
R88A-CAKA015BR(-E)
Robot Cables
Specifications
Model
[100 V/200 V]
3,000-r/min
Servomotors of
50 to 750 W
(for both absolute
encoders and
incremental
encoders)
20 m
R88A-CAKA020BR(-E)
30 m
R88A-CAKA030BR(-E)
40 m
R88A-CAKA040BR(-E)
50 m
R88A-CAKA050BR(-E)
3m
R88A-CAGE003BR(-E)
5m
R88A-CAGE005BR(-E)
10 m
R88A-CAGE010BR(-E)
15 m
R88A-CAGE015BR(-E)
20 m
R88A-CAGE020BR(-E)
30 m
R88A-CAGE030BR(-E)
40 m
R88A-CAGE040BR(-E)
50 m
R88A-CAGE050BR(-E)
[100 V and 200 V]
3,000-r/min
Servomotors of
1.0 kW or more
2,000-r/min
Servomotors
1,500-r/min
Servomotors
1,000-r/min
Servomotors
[400 V]
3,000-r/min
Servomotors
2,000-r/min
Servomotors
1,500-r/min
Servomotors
1,000-r/min
Servomotors
Model
3m
R88A-CRKA003CR(-E)
5m
R88A-CRKA005CR(-E)
10 m
R88A-CRKA010CR(-E)
15 m
R88A-CRKA015CR(-E)
20 m
R88A-CRKA020CR(-E)
30 m
R88A-CRKA030CR(-E)
40 m
R88A-CRKA040CR(-E)
50 m
R88A-CRKA050CR(-E)
3m
R88A-CRKC003NR(-E)
5m
R88A-CRKC005NR(-E)
10 m
R88A-CRKC010NR(-E)
15 m
R88A-CRKC015NR(-E)
20 m
R88A-CRKC020NR(-E)
30 m
R88A-CRKC030NR(-E)
40 m
R88A-CRKC040NR(-E)
50 m
R88A-CRKC050NR(-E)
Control Cables
Control Cables (for Connector Terminal Block/CN1)
Name
Connector Terminal Block Cables
Connector Terminal Block Conversion
Unit
Length 1.0 m
XW2Z-100J-B34
Length 2.0 m
XW2Z-200J-B34
Conversion Unit for General-purpose
Controllers (M3 screws)
Through type
XW2B-20G4
Conversion Unit for General-purpose
Controllers (M3.5 screws)
Through type
XW2B-20G5
Conversion Unit for General-purpose
Controllers (M3 screws)
Slim type
XW2D-20G6
EtherCAT Communications
EtherCAT
Communications
EtherCAT Communications Cables
Refer to Connecting cable with NJ-series Controller for the recommended cables.
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Specifications
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G5-Series
System Configuration
Cable/Connector
Absolute Encoder Backup Battery & Absolute Encoder Battery Cable
Description
Absolute Encoder Battery Cable
Length
model
Without Backup Battery
0.3 m
R88A-CRGD0R3C
With Backup Battery
0.3 m
R88A-CRGD0R3C-BS
Absolute Encoder Backup Battery (2,000 mA ·3.6 V)
-
R88A-BAT01G
Machine Automation Controller
Cables
Description
Length
Analog Monitor Cables
General Purpose Control I/O Cables
(CN1)
Network Communications Servodrive
([email protected])
External encoder cable (CN4)
R88A-CMK001S
1m
R88A-CPKB001S-E
2m
R88A-CPKB002S-E
5m
R88A-CRKM005SR-E
10 m
R88A-CRKM010SR-E
20 m
R88A-CRKM020SR-E
3m
R88A-CSK003S-E
Automation Software
Safety Connecting Cable (CN8)
model
1m
Servo Drive Connectors
Description
Control I/O Connector
R88A-CNA02G-AP
CNA
R88A-CNA01K-AP
[200VAC] 2.0kW
CNA
R88A-CNA02K-AP
[400VAC] 2.0kW
CNA
R88A-CNA03K-AP
[100VAC] 50W-400W
[200VAC] 100W-1.5kW
CNB
R88A-CNB01G-AP
[400VAC] 600W-1.5kW
CNB
R88A-CNB01K-AP
[200VAC] 2.0kW
[400VAC] 2.0kW
CNB
R88A-CNB02K-AP
CNC
R88A-CNC01K-AP
CND
R88A-CND01K-AP
[200VAC] 2.0kW
[400VAC] 2.0kW
CND
R88A-CND02K-AP
Servomotor Encoder Connector
CN2
R88A-CNW01R
External Encoder Connector
CN4
R88A-CNK41L
Safety I/O Signal Connector
CN8
R88A-CNK81S
Regenerative Resistor Connector
MX2 Series
[400VAC] 600W-2.0kW
[400VAC] 600W-1.5kW
Power Cable Connector
R88A-CNK02R
[100 V/200 V] 3,000 r/min (1 to 5 kW), 2,000 r/min, 1,000 r/min
[400 V] 3,000 r/min, 2,000 r/min, 1,000 r/min
R88A-CNK04R
[100 V/200 V] 3,000 r/min (50 to 750 W)
R88A-CNK11A
[200 V] [400V] 1,500 r/min (11 to 15kW)
R88A-CNK21A-AP
[100 V/200 V] 3,000 r/min (50 to 750 W)
R88A-CNK11B
[200 V] [400V] 1,500 r/min (7.5 to 15kW)
1,000 r/min (6.0kW)
R88A-CNK21B-AP
Related Manuals
Brake Cable Connector
[100 V/200 V] 3,000 r/min (50 to 750 W)
NS Series
Servomotor Encoder Connector
Model
Applicable Servomotor Capacity
Remote I/O Terminals
Description
GX Series
Servomotor Connectors
Multi-function Compact Inverter
CNA
[400VAC] 600W-1.5kW
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
[100VAC] 50W-400W
[200VAC] 100W-1.5kW
G5 Series
24Vdc Control Circuit Connector
R88A-CNW01C
Sysmac Studio
Servomotor Power Connector
Model
CN1
NJ5 Series
Main Circuit Power Supply
Connector
Connects to
Network Communications Servodrive
([email protected])
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AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
G5-Series
Peripheral Devices (External Regeneration Resistors, Reactors, Mounting Brackets)
External Regeneration Resistors
Specifications
Model
80 W 50 Ω
R88A-RR08050S
80 W 100 Ω
R88A-RR080100S
220 W 47 Ω
R88A-RR22047S1
500 W 20 Ω
R88A-RR50020S
Reactors
Specifications
EtherCAT Communications
Model
R88D-KNA5L-ECT/-KN01H-ECT(Single-phase)
3G3AX-DL2002
R88D-KN01L-ECT/-KN02H-ECT(Single-phase)
3G3AX-DL2004
R88D-KN02L-ECT/-KN04H-ECT(Single-phase)
3G3AX-DL2007
R88D-KN04L-ECT/-KN08H-ECT/-KN10H-ECT
(Single-phase)
3G3AX-DL2015
R88D-KN15H-ECT (Single-phase)
3G3AX-DL2022
R88D-KN01H-ECT/-KN02H-ECT/-KN04H-ECT/
-KN08H-ECT/-KN10H-ECT/-KN15H-ECT
(Three-phase)
3G3AX-AL2025
R88D-KN20H-ECT/-KN30H-ECT
3G3AX-AL2055
R88D-KN50H-ECT
3G3AX-AL2110
R88D-KN06F-ECT/-KN10F-ECT/-KN15F-ECT
3G3AX-AL4025
R88D-KN20F-ECT/-KN30F-ECT
3G3AX-AL4055
R88D-KN50F-ECT
3G3AX-AL4110
R88D-KT75H-ECT/-KT150F-ECT
3G3AX-AL4220
Mounting Brackets (L Brackets for Rack Mounting)
Specifications
EtherCAT Communications
172
Model
R88D-KNA5L-ECT/-KN01L-ECT/-KN01H-ECT/
-KN02H-ECT
R88A-TK01K
R88D-KN02L-ECT/-KN04H-ECT
R88A-TK02K
R88D-KN04L-ECT/-KN08H-ECT
R88A-TK03K
R88D-KN10H-ECT/-KN15H-ECT/-KN06F-ECT/
-KN10F-ECT/-KN15F-ECT
R88A-TK04K
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G5-Series
AC Servomotors/Servo Drives
System Configuration
Machine Automation Controller
Automation Software
Sysmac Studio
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
NJ5 Series
MX2 Series
Multi-function Compact Inverter
G5 Series
NS Series
Remote I/O Terminals
GX Series
Related Manuals
Ordering Information
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Multi-function Compact Inverter
MX2-Series
Interpreting Model Numbers
1
2
3G3MX2
2) Max. applicable motor capacity (CT)
1) Voltage class
B
1-phase 200 VAC (200-V class)
001
2
4
3-phase 200 VAC (200-V class)
3-phase 400 VAC (400-V class)
002
004
0.1 kW
0.2 kW
0.4 kW
007
015
0.75 kW
1.5 kW
022
030
037
2.2 kW
3.0 kW
3.7 kW
040
055
4.0 kW
5.5 kW
075
110
7.5 kW
11 kW
15 kW
150
Ordering Information
3G3MX2 Inverter Models
Rated voltage
3-phase 200 VAC
3-phase 400 VAC
1-phase 200 VAC
Enclosure ratings
Max. applicable motor capacity
CT: Heavy load
IP20
IP20
IP20
VT: Light load
0.1kW
0.2 kW
3G3MX2-A2001
0.2 kW
0.4 kW
3G3MX2-A2002
0.4 kW
0.75 kW
3G3MX2-A2004
0.75 kW
1.1 kW
3G3MX2-A2007
1.5 kW
2.2 kW
3G3MX2-A2015
2.2 kW
3.0 kW
3G3MX2-A2022
3.7 kW
5.5 kW
3G3MX2-A2037
5.5 kW
7.5 kW
3G3MX2-A2055
7.5 kW
11 kW
3G3MX2-A2075
11 kW
15 kW
3G3MX2-A2110
15 kW
18.5 kW
3G3MX2-A2150
0.4 kW
0.75 kW
3G3MX2-A4004
0.75 kW
1.5 kW
3G3MX2-A4007
1.5 kW
2.2 kW
3G3MX2-A4015
2.2 kW
3.0 kW
3G3MX2-A4022
3.0 kW
4.0 kW
3G3MX2-A4030
4.0 kW
5.5 kW
3G3MX2-A4040
5.5 kW
7.5 kW
3G3MX2-A4055
7.5 kW
11 kW
3G3MX2-A4075
11 kW
15 kW
3G3MX2-A4110
15 kW
18.5 kW
3G3MX2-A4150
0.1 kW
0.2 kW
3G3MX2-AB001
0.2 kW
0.4 kW
3G3MX2-AB002
0.4 kW
0.55 kW
3G3MX2-AB004
0.75 kW
1.1 kW
3G3MX2-AB007
1.5 kW
2.2 kW
3G3MX2-AB015
2.2 kW
3.0 kW
3G3MX2-AB022
EtherCAT Communication Unit
Name
EtherCAT Communication Unit
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Model
Model
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Multi-function Compact Inverter
3G3MX2
3G3MX2 Related Options
System Configuration
Specifications
Type
% ED
Voltage
BRAKING RESISTORS
B002
0.55
2004
B004
1.1
2007
B007
100
400
200
50
200
180
180
100
AX-REM00K1200-IE
1.5
2015
B015
2.2
2022
B022
4.0
2037
-
5.5
2055
-
7.5
2075
-
11
2110
-
15
2150
-
0.55
4004
-
1.1
4007
-
1.5
4015
-
200
190
AX-REM00K1200-IE
2.2
4022
-
200
130
AX-REM00K2200-IE
3.0
4030
-
4.0
4040
-
5.5
4055
-
7.5
4075
-
11
4110
-
15
4150
-
0.12
2001
B001
0.25
2002
B002
70
35
20
17
10
180
100
70
30
100
75
35
140
AX-REM00K1400-IE
90
50
75
55
AX-REM00K2070-IE
AX-REM00K4075-IE
AX-REM00K4035-IE
35
40
AX-REM00K6035-IE
17
55
AX-REM00K9017-IE
400
120
75
200
200
160
120
140
100
AX-REM00K1400-IE
AX-REM00K2120-IE
AX-REM00K4075-IE
100
50
AX-REM00K6100-IE
70
55
AX-REM00K9070-IE
400
200
180
AX-REM00K1400-IE
AX-REM00K1200-IE
200
AX-REM00K2070-IE
1.5
2015
B015
75
130
AX-REM00K4075-IE
2.2
2022
B022
35
180
AX-REM00K4035-IE
4.0
2037
-
35
100
AX-REM00K6035-IE
5.5
2055
-
20
150
AX-REM00K9020-IE
7.5
2075
-
17
110
AX-REM01K9017-IE
11
2110
-
17
75
AX-REM02K1017-IE
15
2150
-
10
95
AX-REM03K5010-IE
0.55
4004
-
1.1
4007
-
1.5
4015
-
2.2
4022
-
3.0
4030
-
4.0
4040
-
100
140
AX-REM00K6100-IE
5.5
4055
-
70
150
AX-REM00K9070-IE
7.5
4075
-
70
110
AX-REM01K9070-IE
11
4110
-
70
75
AX-REM02K1070-IE
15
4150
-
35
110
AX-REM03K5035-IE
50
35
20
17
10
180
400
200
70
190
200
160
AX-REM00K1400-IE
AX-REM00K2200-IE
AX-REM00K5120-IE
NS Series
30
120
200
GX Series
100
200
Related Manuals
Remote I/O Terminals
180
70
Vision Sensor
200
B007
Multi-function Compact Inverter
B004
2007
FQ-M Series
2004
1.1
MX2 Series
0.55
G5 Series
400V
(Threephase)
B001
2002
Model
Sysmac Studio
10%
10 sec
max.
2001
0.25
Braking
torque %
NJ5 Series
200V
(Single-/
Threephase)
0.12
Resist Ω
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
400V
(Threephase)
1-Phase
Automation Software
3%
10 sec
max.
3-Phase
Connectable
min.
resistance Ω
Machine Automation Controller
200V
(Single-/
Threephase)
Inverter
[email protected]
Max.
Motor
kW
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Multi-function Compact Inverter
3G3MX2
Specifications
Type
Type
200V
(Single-phase)
EMC LINE FILTERS
Foot Mounting
[Rasmi]
200V
(Three-phase)
400V
(Three-phase)
200V
(Single-phase)
Separate
Mounting
[Schaffner]
Inverter
[email protected]
Voltage
200V
(Three-phase)
400V
(Three-phase)
Rated Current
(A)
Model
B001 / B002 / B004
10
AX-FIM1010-RE
B007
14
AX-FIM1014-RE
B015 / B022
24
AX-FIM1024-RE
2001 / 2002 / 2004 / 2007
10
AX-FIM2010-RE
2015 / 2022
20
AX-FIM2020-RE
2037
30
AX-FIM2030-RE
2055 / 2075
60
AX-FIM2060-RE
2110
80
AX-FIM2080-RE
2150
100
AX-FIM2100-RE
4004 / 4007
5
AX-FIM3005-RE
4015 / 4022 / 4030
10
AX-FIM3010-RE
4040
14
AX-FIM3014-RE
4055 / 4075
23
AX-FIM3030-RE
4110 / 4150
50
AX-FIM3050-RE
B001 / B002 / B004
10
AX-FIM1010-SE
B007 / B015 / B022
24
AX-FIM1024-SE
2001 / 2002 / 2004 / 2007
10
AX-FIM2010-SE
2015 / 2022
20
AX-FIM2020-SE
2037
30
AX-FIM2030-SE
2055 / 2075
60
AX-FIM2060-SE
2110
80
AX-FIM2080-SE
2150
100
AX-FIM2100-SE
4004 / 4007
5
AX-FIM3005-SE
4015 / 4022 / 4030
10
AX-FIM3010-SE
4040
14
AX-FIM3014-SE
4055 / 4075
23
AX-FIM3030-SE
4110 / 4150
50
AX-FIM3050-SE
Specifications
INPUT AC REACTORS
Type
176
Inverter
[email protected]
Voltage
200V
(Single-phase)
200V
(Three-phase)
400V
(Three-phase)
B001 / B002 / B004 / B007 / B015 / B022
Model
UNDER DEVELOPMENT
2001 / 2002 / 2004 / 2007
AX-RAI02800080-DE
2015 / 2022 / 2037
AX-RAI00880200-DE
2055 / 2075
AX-RAI00350335-DE
2110 / 2015
AX-RAI00180670-DE
4004 / 4007 / 4015
AX-RAI07700050-DE
4022 / 4030 / 4040
AX-RAI03500100-DE
4055 / 4075
AX-RAI01300170-DE
4110 / 4150
AX-RAI00740335-DE
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Multi-function Compact Inverter
3G3MX2
System Configuration
Specifications
Type
200V
(Three-phase)
AX-RC03510093-DE
B015
AX-RC02510138-DE
B022
AX-RC01600223-DE
2001 / 2002
AX-RC21400016-DE
2004
AX-RC10700032-DE
2007
AX-RC06750061-DE
2015
AX-RC03510093-DE
2022
AX-RC02510138-DE
2037
AX-RC01600223-DE
2055
AX-RC01110309-DE
2075
AX-RC00840437-DE
2110
AX-RC00590614-DE
2150
AX-RC00440859-DE
4004
AX-RC43000020-DE
4007
AX-RC27000030-DE
4015
AX-RC14000047-DE
4022
AX-RC10100069-DE
4030
AX-RC08250093-DE
4040
AX-RC06400116-DE
4055
AX-RC04410167-DE
4075
AX-RC03350219-DE
4110
AX-RC02330307-DE
4150
OUTPUT AC REACTORS
AX-RAO03000105-DE
2037
AX-RAO01830160-DE
2055
AX-RAO01150220-DE
2075
AX-RAO00950320-DE
2110
AX-RAO00630430-DE
2150
AX-RAO00490640-DE
4004 / 4007 / 4015
AX-RAO16300038-DE
4022
AX-RAO11800053-DE
4030 / 4040
AX-RAO07300080-DE
4055
AX-RAO04600110-DE
4075
AX-RAO03600160-DE
4110
AX-RAO02500220-DE
4150
AX-RAO02000320-DE
Remote I/O Terminals
AX-RAO04100075-DE
2022
Vision Sensor
AX-RAO07600042-DE
2015
Multi-function Compact Inverter
AX-RAO11500026-DE
2007
Related Manuals
AX-RAO03000105-DE
2001 / 2002 / 2004
NS Series
AX-RAO04100075-DE
B022
GX Series
AX-RAO07600042-DE
B015
FQ-M Series
400V
(Three-phase)
B007
MX2 Series
200V
(Three-phase)
AX-RAO11500026-DE
G5 Series
200V
(Single-phase)
AX-RC01750430-DE
B001 / B002 / B004
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
AX-RC06750061-DE
B007
Automation Software
AX-RC10700032-DE
B004
Sysmac Studio
B001 / B002
NJ5 Series
400V
(Three-phase)
Model
Machine Automation Controller
200V
(Single-phase)
DC REACTORS
Inverter
[email protected]
Voltage
Ordering Information
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Multi-function Compact Inverter
RADIO
NOISE
FILTERS
Type
3G3MX2
Specifications
Description
PC
CABLE
REMOTE
OPERATOR
Model
For 2.2 kW motors or below
21
AX-FER2102-RE
For 15 kW motors or below
25
AX-FER2515-RE
For 45 kW motors or below
55
AX-FER5045-RE
Type
Description
PC Communication cable
(2m, PC USB to Mini USB Connecting Cable with Ferrite)
LCD Remote operator
(5 Line LCD remote operator with copy function, cable length max. 3m.)
LED Remote operator with frequency reference volume
3 meters cable for connecting remote operator
Mounting Kit for LED Operator
EtherCAT Communications Cables
Refer to Connecting cable with NJ-series Controller for the recommended cables.
178
Diameter
Model
AX-CUSBM002-E
AX-OP05-E
3G3AX-OP01
3G3AX-CAJOP300-EE
4X-KITMINI
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Vision Sensor
FQ-M-Series
Ordering Information
System Configuration
Sensors
Appearance
Type
Model
NPN
FQ-MS120-ECT
Color
PNP
FQ-MS125-ECT
EtherCAT communication function provided
NPN
FQ-MS120-M-ECT
PNP
FQ-MS125-M-ECT
Machine Automation Controller
Monochrome
Touch Finder
Appearance
Type
Model
DC power supply
FQ-MD30
AC/DC/battery *
FQ-MD31
Automation Software
* AC Adapter and Battery are sold separately.
Bend resistant Cables for FQ-M Series
Appearance
Type
FQ-WN010
Cable length: 5 m
FQ-MWNEL005
Cable length: 10 m
FQ-MWNEL010
Cable length: 5m
FQ-MWNE005
Cable length: 10 m
FQ-MWNE010
Cable length: 5 m
FQ-MWDL005
Cable length: 10 m
FQ-MWDL010
Cable length: 5 m
FQ-MWD005
Cable length: 10 m
FQ-MWD010
Angle type
I/O Cables
Straight type
Type
[email protected] *
Battery
(for models for DC/AC/Battery)
FQ-BAT1
Touch Pen
(enclosed with Touch Finder)
FQ-XT
Strap
FQ-XH
SD Card (2 GB)
HMC-SD291
Ordering Information
AC Adapter
(for models for DC/AC/Battery)
Remote I/O Terminals
FQ-XPM
Related Manuals
Panel Mounting Adapter
NS Series
For Touch Finder
Model
GX Series
Appearance
Vision Sensor
Accessories
Multi-function Compact Inverter
Cable length: 10 m
FQ-M Series
FQ-WN005
MX2 Series
Cable length: 5m
G5 Series
For EtherCAT cable
Straight type (M12/M12)
FQ-MWNL010
Sysmac Studio
For EtherCAT cable
Angle type (M12/M12)
Cable length: 10 m
NJ5 Series
For EtherCAT and Ethernet cable
Straight type (M12/RJ45)
FQ-MWNL005
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
For EtherCAT and Ethernet cable
Angle: M12/ Straight: RJ45
Model
Cable length: 5 m
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Vision Sensor
FQ-M-Series
* AC Adapters for Touch Finder with DC/AC/Battery Power Supply. Select the model for the country in which the Touch Finder will be used.
Plug type
A
Voltage
125 V max.
250 V max.
Certified standards
Model
PSE
FQ-AC1
UL/CSA
FQ-AC2
CCC mark
FQ-AC3
C
250 V max.
---
FQ-AC4
BF
250 V max.
---
FQ-AC5
O
250 V max.
---
FQ-AC6
Cameras peripheral devices
Type
Cameras peripheral devices
CCTV Lenses
External Lightings
Lighting Controllers
180
Model
3Z4S-LE Series
FL Series
For FL Series
FL-TCC1
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GX-Series
EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminal
Interpreting Model Numbers
System Configuration
[email protected]@ @@ @ @ @
1
2
5
Code
Specifications
02
DC Input
Specifications
3) Input/Output type
Digital Input/
Digital Output type
Code
2 points (2CH)
Analog Input/
Analog Output type
Encoder Input Type
Open collector input, NPN
NPN/Sinking
−
PNP/Sourcing
−
OD
DC Output
04
4 points (4CH)
1
MD
DC Input/Output
16
16 points
2
OC
Relay Output
32
32 points
4
−
−
AD
Analog Input
7
−
Multi 1 (Current/Voltage)
−
DA
Analog Output
EC
Encoder Input
Analog Input/
Analog Output type
Encoder Input Type
−
Line driver input, PNP
5) Figure/Function
4) Connecting
Specifications
1
Screw (Common) (2-tier Terminal Block)
2
Screw (Divided common) (3-tier Terminal Block)
8
e-CON
Digital Input/
Digital Output type
Code
None
Horizontal type
Automation Software
Code
Machine Automation Controller
ID
4
2) Number of I/O point
1) Type
Code
3
−
Standard type
Ordering Information
Terminal Block Type
Name
Specifications
2-tier
terminal blocks
Outputs
16 outputs
Inputs/Outputs
8 inputs/8 outputs
Inputs/Outputs
16 outputs
8 inputs/8 outputs
PNP
GX-OD1621
Relay
GX-OC1601
NPN
GX-MD1611
PNP
GX-MD1621
NPN
GX-ID1612
GX-OD1612
PNP
GX-OD1622
NPN
GX-MD1612
PNP
GX-MD1622
NPN
GX-ID1618
e-CON Connector Type
Name
Specifications
Outputs
16 outputs
Inputs
32 inputs
32 outputs
Inputs/Outputs
16 inputs/16 outputs
PNP
GX-OD1628
NPN
GX-MD1618
PNP
GX-MD1628
NPN
GX-ID3218
PNP
GX-ID3228
NPN
GX-OD3218
PNP
GX-OD3228
NPN
GX-MD3218
PNP
GX-MD3228
UC1, N, L, CE
Related Manuals
Outputs
GX-ID1628
GX-OD1618
Remote I/O Terminals
8 inputs/8 outputs
e-CON Connector Type
PNP
NPN
NS Series
Inputs/Outputs
16 inputs
Standards
GX Series
Inputs
Model
Vision Sensor
GX-ID1622
FQ-M Series
PNP
NPN
UC1, N, L, CE
MX2 Series
Outputs
16 inputs
GX-ID1621
GX-OD1611
Multi-function Compact Inverter
16 outputs
PNP
NPN
G5 Series
Outputs
Inputs
3-tier
terminal blocks
16 inputs
Standards
GX-ID1611
Sysmac Studio
Inputs
Model
NPN
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
NJ5 Series
Digital I/O Terminal
Ordering Information
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EtherCAT Remote I/O Terminal
GX-Series
Analog I/O Terminal
2-tier Terminal Block Type
Name
Specifications
Model
Analog inputs
4 inputs
GX-AD0471
Analog outputs
2 outputs
GX-DA0271
Open collector inputs
2 inputs
GX-EC0211
Line driver inputs
2 inputs
GX-EC0241
2-tier terminal block type
Standards
UC1, N, L, CE
Encoder Input Terminal
3-tier Terminal Block Type
Name
3-tier Terminal Block Type
Specifications
Model
Standards
UC1, N, L, CE
Expansion Units
Name
Specifications
Inputs
Outputs
8 inputs
8 outputs
Expansion Units
Inputs
16 inputs
Outputs
16 outputs
XWT-ID08
PNP
XWT-ID08-1
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
One Expansion Unit can be mounted to one [email protected]/[email protected]/
OC1601
Digital I/O Terminal.
XWT-OD08-1
XWT-ID16
XWT-ID16-1
XWT-OD16
PNP
XWT-OD16-1
Refer to Connecting cable with NJ-series Controller for the recommended cables.
Standards
XWT-OD08
NPN
EtherCAT Communications Cables
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NPN
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Programmable Terminals
NS-Series
Ordering Information
System Configuration
Programmable Terminals
Product name
Specifications
Effective display area
Number of dots
5.7-inch
STN monochrome
Case color
Yes
320 × 240 dots
5.7-inch
High-luminance
TFT color *
LED backlight
Yes
Model
Ivory
NS5-MQ11-V2
Black
NS5-MQ11B-V2
Ivory
NS5-SQ11-V2
Black
NS5-SQ11B-V2
Ivory
NS5-TQ11-V2
Black
NS5-TQ11B-V2
Standards
Machine Automation Controller
5.7-inch
TFT color
LED backlight
NS5-V2
Ethernet
UC1, CE, N, L,
UL Type4
Yes
8.4-inch
TFT
NS10-V2
10.4-inch
TFT
NS12-V2
12.1-inch
TFT
800 × 600 dots
Yes
NS15-V2
15-inch
TFT
1,024 × 768 dots,
Yes
640 × 480 dots
640 × 480 dots
Yes
Yes
NS8-TV01-V2
Black
NS8-TV01B-V2
Ivory
NS10-TV01-V2
Black
NS10-TV01B-V2
Ivory
NS12-TS01-V2
Black
NS12-TS01B-V2
Silver
NS15-TX01S-V2
Black
NS15-TX01B-V2
UC1, CE, N, L
UC1, CE, N, L,
UL Type4
Automation Software
NS8-V2
Ivory
Note: To connect the NJ-Series Controller, NS system version 8.5 or higher is required. CX-Designer version 3.3 or higher is also required.
* NS5-TQ-Series (high luminance TFT) luminance is better than that of NS5-SQ-Series by about 110cd/m2.
Options
Model
Inputs: 4 channels
Signal type: NTSC/PAL
NS-CA001
Standards
---
UC1, CE
Cable length: 2 m
F150-VKP (2 m)
Cable length: 5 m
Anti-reflection Sheets
(5 surface sheets)
Protective Covers (5 pack)
(anti-reflection coating)
NS7-KBA04
NS5
NT30-KBA04
NS12/10
NS12-KBA05
NS8
NS7-KBA05
NS5
NT31C-KBA05
NS15
NS15-KBA05N
NS12/10
NS12-KBA05N
NS8
NS7-KBA05N
---
NS5
NT31C-KBA05N
NT625C/631/631C-Series to NS12/NS10-Series (Black)
NS12-ATT01B
NT610C-Series to NS12/10-Series
NS12-ATT02
NT620S/620C/600S-Series to NS8-Series
NS8-ATT01
NT600M/600G/610G/612G-Series to NS8-Series
NS8-ATT02
128MB
HMC-EF183
256 MB
HMC-EF283
512 MB
HMC-EF583
Memory Card Adapter
---
HMC-AP001
CE
Replacement Battery
Battery life: 5 years (at 25°C)
CJ1W-BAT01
---
Attachment
Memory
Card
Related Manuals
Ordering Information
*1 To connect the NS-Series PT to NJ-Series Controller, using a commercially available 10/100-BASE-TX twisted-pair cable. For detail, refer to
the NS series SETUP MANUAL (Cat. No.V083).
Use a standard USB Type A male to Type B type male Cable to connect the NS-Series PT to a personal computer (CX-Designer).
Use a standard USB cable to connect the NS-Series PT to a PictBridge-compatible printer. USB cable type depends on the printer.
*2 One screen cannot display two video inputs simultaneously.
*3 A Chemical-resistant Cover (NT30-KBA01) is available only for the NS5.
Remote I/O Terminals
NS12-ATT01
NS Series
NT625C/631/631C-Series to NS12/10-Series
Vision Sensor
NS12-KBA04
NS8
GX Series
Protective Covers
(5 covers included)
(Transparent)
NS12/10
FQ-M Series
Protective Covers
(1 cover included)
(Transparent)
NS15-KBA04
MX2 Series
Sheet/Cover *3
F150-VKP (5 m)
NS15
Multi-function Compact Inverter
NS-CA002
G5 Series
Special Cable for the
Console
Input channels: 2 video
channels and 1 RGB channel *2
Signal type: NTSC/PAL
Sysmac Studio
NS-USBEXT-1M
NJ5 Series
Video
Input
Unit
Specifications
USB relay cable
Length: 1 m
AC Servomotors / Servo Drives
Product name
Cable *
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SmartSlice I/O
GRT1-Series
Ordering Information
Communication Units
Function
EtherCAT interface unit
End plate
End plate with memory function
Specification
For up to 64 I/O units (slave to Sysmac controller)
One unit required per bus interface
Supports toolless replacement of PROFINET-IO interface unit
84x58x70
84x20x58
84x20x58
Model code
GRT1-ECT
GRT1-END
GRT1-END-M
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
Model code
GRT1-ID4
GRT1-ID4-1
GRT1-ID8
GRT1-ID8-1
GRT1-IA4-1
GRT1-IA4-2
GRT1-OD4
GRT1-OD4-1
GRT1-OD4G-1
GRT1-OD4G-3
GRT1-OD8
GRT1-OD8-1
GRT1-OD8G-1
GRT1-ROS2
GRT1-AD2
GRT1-DA2V
GRT1-DA2C
GRT1-TS2P
GRT1-TS2PK
GRT1-TS2T
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x15x74
84x20x58
84x58x70
1m
Model code
GRT1-PD2
GRT1-PD2G
GRT1-PD8
GRT1-PD8-1
GRT1-PC8
GRT1-PC8-1
GRT1-TBR
GRT1-TBL
GCN2-100
I/O units
Function
4 NPN inputs
4 PNP inputs
8 NPN inputs
8 PNP inputs
4 AC inputs
4 AC inputs
4 NPN outputs
4 PNP outputs
4 PNP outputs with short-circuit protection
4 PNP outputs with short-circuit protection
8 NPN outputs
8 PNP outputs
8 PNP outputs with short-circuit protection
2 relay outputs
2 analog inputs, current/voltage
2 analog outputs, voltage
2 analog outputs, current
2 Pt100 inputs
2 Pt1000 inputs
2 Thermocouple inputs
Specification
24 VDC, 6 mA, 3-wire connection
24 VDC, 6 mA, 3-wire connection
24 VDC, 4 mA, 1-wire connection + 4xG
24 VDC, 4 mA, 1-wire connection + 4xV
110 VAC, 2-wire connection
230 VAC, 2-wire connection
24 VDC, 500 mA, 2-wire connection
24 VDC, 500 mA, 2-wire connection
24 VDC, 500 mA, 3-wire connection
24 VDC, 2 A, 2-wire connection
24 VDC, 500 mA, 1-wire connection + 4xV
24 VDC, 500 mA, 1-wire connection + 4xG
24 VDC, 500 mA, 1-wire connection + 4xG
240 VAC, 2A, normally-open contacts
±10 V, 0-10 V, 0-5 V, 1-5 V, 0-20 mA, 4-20 mA
±10 V, 0-10 V, 0-5 V, 1-5 V
0-20 mA, 4-20 mA
Pt100, 2-wire or 3-wire connection
Pt1000, 2-wire or 3-wire connection
Types B, E, J, K, N, R, S, T, U, W, PL2, with cold junction compensation
Other units
Function
I/O power feed unit, separates power supply between groups of I/O units
I/O power feed unit with electronic overload protection, separates power supply between groups of I/O units
I/O power feed and distribution unit, separates power supply between groups of I/O units, 8xV + 4xG
I/O power feed and distribution unit, separates power supply between groups of I/O units, 4xV + 8xG
I/O power connection unit, 8xV + 4xG
I/O power connection unit, 4xV + 8xG
Turnback Unit, right-hand side
Turnback Unit, left-hand side
Turnback cable, one meter
Accessories
Function
Replacement front connectors, pack of 5 pcs.
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Cat. No.
W500
Model number
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W501
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W507
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W502
[email protected]@@@
NJ-series Instructions Reference Manual
W508
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W505
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NJ-series CPU Unit Built-in EtherCAT Port User's Manual
W506
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NJ-series Troubleshooting Manual
W503
[email protected]@@@
W490
[email protected]@[email protected]@/[email protected]@@/-MAD42
CJ-series Analog I/O Units Operation Manual for NJ-series CPU Unit
W498
CJ1W-PDC15/-AD04U/-PH41U
CJ-series Analog I/O Units Operation Manual for NJ-series CPU Unit
W491
CJ1W-TC003/-TC004/-TC103/-TC104
CJ-series Temperature Control Units Operation Manual for NJ-series CPU Unit
Z317
CJ1W-V680C11/-V680C12
CJ-series ID Sensor Units Operation Manual for NJ-series CPU Unit
W492
CJ1W-CT021
CJ-series High-speed Counter Units Operation Manual for NJ-series CPU Unit
W494
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W497
CJ1W-DRM21
CJ-series DeviceNet Units Operation Manual for NJ-series CPU Unit
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Cat. No.
W504
Model number
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V099
CX-Designer [email protected] User's Manual
W464
---
W344
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Model number
[email protected]/R88M-K
Manual
G5-SERIES EtherCAT Communications AC SERVOMOTOR AND SERVO
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Cat. No.
Model number
Manual
I570
3G3MX2
Multi-function Compact Inverter MX2-series USER'S MANUAL
I574
3G3AX-MX2-ECT
EtherCAT Communication Unit USER'S MANUAL
W453
[email protected]@C/[email protected] WS02-DRVC01
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FQ-M-Series
Cat. No.
Model number
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Manual
Specialized Vision Sensor for Positioning FQ-M-Series User's Manual
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Cat. No.
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Model number
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GX-Series EtherCAT Slave USER'S MANUAL
NS-Series
Cat. No.
Model number
Manual
V083
NS15/NS12/NS10/NS8/NS5
NS Series Programmable Terminals SETUP MANUAL
V073
NS15/NS12/NS10/NS8/NS5
NS-Series Programmable Terminals PROGRAMMING MANUAL
GRT1-Series
Cat. No.
W455
Model number
[email protected]
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GRT1 SmartSlice I/O Unit OPERATION MANUAL
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