MX100 Data Acquisition Unit User`s Manual

MX100 Data Acquisition Unit User`s Manual
User’s
Manual
MX100
Data Acquisition Unit
IM MX100-01E
Yokogawa Electric Corporation
1st Edition
Thank you for purchasing the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit.
This user’s manual contains useful information about the instrument’s functions,
installation and wiring procedures, operating procedures, and handling precautions of the
MX100 Data Acquisition Unit. To ensure correct use, please read this manual
thoroughly before beginning operation.
The seven manuals below are also provided in addition to this manual. Read them along
with this manual. As with this manual, the MX100 Standard Software User’s Manual (IM
MX180-01E) is included in the accompanying CD-ROM.
Manual Title
Manual No.
Description
MX100 Data Acquisition
Unit Operation Guide
IM MX100-02E
Describes concisely the handling of the
MX100 Data Acquisition Unit and the basic
operations of the MX100 Standard Software.
Precautions on the Use of
the MX100 Data
Acquisition Unit
IM MX100-71E
Summarizes the precautions regarding the use
of the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit.
MX100 Data Acquisition
Unit Installation and
Connection Guide
IM MX100-72E
Describes concisely the installation procedures
and wiring procedures of the DX100 Data
Acquisition Unit.
MX100 Standard Software
User’s Manual
IM MX180-01E
Describes the functions and operations of the
MX100 Standard Software that comes
standard with the MX100 main module.
Notes
• This manual describes the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit, style number “S1.”
Check the style number on the name plate of the main module (see page iv for
the location of the name plate).
• The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice as a result of
continuing improvements to the instrument’s performance and functions.
• Every effort has been made in the preparation of this manual to ensure the accuracy
of its contents. However, should you have any questions or find any errors, please
contact your nearest YOKOGAWA dealer as listed on the back cover of this manual.
• Copying or reproducing all or any part of the contents of this manual without the
permission of Yokogawa Electric Corporation is strictly prohibited.
• The TCP/IP software of this product and the document concerning the TCP/IP
software have been developed/created by YOKOGAWA based on the BSD
Networking Software, Release 1 that has been licensed from California University.
Trademarks
• Microsoft, MS-DOS, Windows, and Windows NT are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
• Adobe and Acrobat are trademarks of Adobe Systems incorporated.
• Company and product names that appear in this manual are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective holders.
Revisions
1st Edition: May, 2003
1st Edition : May 2003 (YK)
All Rights Reserved, Copyright © 2003 Yokogawa Electric Corporation
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Safety Precautions
About This Manual
• Please pass this manual to the end user.
• Read this manual thoroughly and have a clear understanding of the product before operation.
• This manual explains the functions of the product. It does not guarantee that the product will suit a particular
purpose of the user.
• Under absolutely no circumstances may the contents of this manual be transcribed or copied, in part or in
whole, without permission.
• The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice.
• Every effort has been made in the preparation of this manual to ensure the accuracy of its contents.
However, should you have any questions or find any errors or omissions, please contact your nearest
YOKOGAWA dealer.
Precautions Related to the Protection, Safety, and Alteration of the Product
• The following safety symbols are used on the product and in this manual.
Danger. Refer to the user’s manual.This symbol appears on dangerous locations on the instrument
which require special instructions for proper handling or use. The same symbol appears in the
corresponding place in the manual to identify those instructions.)
Functional ground terminal (do not use this terminal as a protective ground terminal.)
Protective grounding terminal
Alternating current
• For the protection and safe use of the product and the system controlled by it, be sure to follow the
instructions and precautions on safety that are stated in this manual whenever you handle the product. Take
special note that if you handle the product in a manner that violates these instructions, the protection
functionality of the product may be damaged or impaired. In such cases, YOKOGAWA does not guarantee
the quality, performance, function, and safety of product.
• When installing protection and/or safety circuits such as lightning protection devices and equipment for the
product and control system or designing or installing separate protection and/or safety circuits for fool-proof
design and fail-safe design of the processes and lines that use the product and the control system, the user
should implement these using additional devices and equipment.
• If you are replacing parts or consumable items of the product, make sure to use parts specified by
YOKOGAWA.
• This product is not designed or manufactured to be used in critical applications that directly affect or threaten
human lives. Such applications include nuclear power equipment, devices using radioactivity, railway
facilities, aviation equipment, air navigation facilities, aviation facilities, and medical equipment. If so used, it
is the user’s responsibility to include in the system additional equipment and devices that ensure personnel
safety.
• Do not modify this product.
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WARNING
Use the Correct Power Supply
Ensure that the source voltage matches the voltage of the power supply before turning ON the power.
Connect the Protective Grounding Terminal
Make sure to connect the protective grounding to prevent electric shock before turning ON the power.
Do Not Impair the Protective Grounding
Never cut off the internal or external protective earth wire or disconnect the wiring of the protective
earth terminal. Doing so invalidates the protective functions of the instrument and poses a potential
shock hazard.
Do Not Operate with Defective Protective Grounding or Fuse
Do not operate the instrument if the protective earth or fuse might be defective. Make sure to check
them before operation.
Do Not Use in the Presence of Flammable Liquids, Vapors, and Dust
Do not use the instrument in the presence of flammable liquids, vapors, and dust. Operation in such
environments constitutes a safety hazard.
Do Not Remove Covers
The cover should be removed by YOKOGAWA’s qualified personnel only. Opening the cover is
dangerous, because some areas inside the instrument have high voltages.
Ground the Instrument before Making External Connections
Connect the protective grounding before connecting to the item under measurement or to an external
control unit.
Damage to the Protective Structure
Operating the instrument in a manner not described in this manual may damage its protective
structure.
Exemption from Responsibility
• YOKOGAWA makes no warranties regarding the product except those stated in the WARRANTY that is
provided separately.
• YOKOGAWA assumes no liability to any party for any loss or damage, direct or indirect, caused by the user
or any unpredictable defect of the product.
Handling Precautions of the Software
• YOKOGAWA makes no warranties regarding the software accompanying this product except those stated in
the WARRANTY that is provided separately.
• Use the software on a single PC.
• You must purchase another copy of the software, if you are to use the software on another PC.
• Copying the software for any purposes other than backup is strictly prohibited.
• Please store the original media containing the software in a safe place.
• Reverse engineering, such as decompiling of the software, is strictly prohibited.
• No portion of the software supplied by YOKOGAWA may be transferred, exchanged, or sublet or leased for
use by any third party without prior permission by YOKOGAWA.
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Checking the Contents of the Package
Unpack the box and check the contents before operating the instrument. If some of the
contents are not correct, or if any items are missing or damaged, contact the dealer from
whom you purchased them.
Checking the Model and Suffix Code
Check the model and suffix code on the name plate indicated in the figure below.
Input/Output module
Made in Japan
Main module
MODEL
MODEL
MODEL
STYLE
MAC
NO.
STYLE
SUFFIX
NO.
STYLE
SUFFIX
NO.
Model
Style number
Suffix code
Instrument number
Instrument number
MAC address
Style number
Model/Suffix code
MODEL
NO.
Made in Japan
Base plate
Instrument number
Model
Note
When contacting the dealer from which you purchased the instrument, please give them the
NO. (instrument number) on the name plate.
Main Module
Model
Suffix Code
MX100
Description
MX100 main module
Manual language
-E
Supply voltage
English (comes with an English manual)
-1
Power supply and power cord
100 VAC-240 VAC
-D
-F
-R
-Q
-H
-W
3-pin inlet, UL/CSA Standard power cord
[Maximum rated voltage: 125 V; Maximum rated current: 7 A]
3-pin inlet, VDE Standard power cord
[Maximum rated voltage: 250 V; Maximum rated current: 10 A]
3-pin inlet, AS Standard power cord
[Maximum rated voltage: 240 V; Maximum rated current: 10 A]
3-pin inlet, BS Standard power cord
[Maximum rated voltage: 250 V; Maximum rated current: 10 A]
3-pin inlet, GB Standard power cord (complies with CCC)
[Maximum rated voltage: 250 V; Maximum rated current: 10 A]
Screw terminal (does not come with a power cord)
Universal Input Module
Model
Suffix Code
Optional Code
MX110
Input type
Number of channels and
measurement interval
MX100 universal input module
-UNV
For DCV/TC/DI/RTD input
-H04
4-CH, high-speed measurement (minimum measurement interval:
10 ms)
10-CH, medium-speed measurement (minimum measurement
interval: 100 ms)
-M10
Options
Description
/NC*
Without the plate with the clamp terminals
* The /NC option can be specified only when -M10 is specified.
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Digital Input Module
Model
Suffix Code
Optional Code
MX115
Description
MX100 digital input module
Input type
-D05
Number of channels and
measurement interval
Non-voltage contact, 5-V logic, open collector input
-H10
10-CH, high-speed measurement (minimum measurement
interval: 10 ms)
Options
/NC
Without the plate with the clamp terminals
Digital Output Module
Model
Suffix Code
Description
MX125
MX100 digital output module
Output type
-MKC
Number of channels and
output interval
A contact output
-M10
10-CH, minimum output interval: 100 ms
Base Plate
Model
Suffix Code
Description
MX150
MX100 base plate (includes two brackets for DIN rail mount)
Base type
-1 to -6
The value of the suffix code corresponds to the maximum number of
input/output modules that can be installed.
Example: MX150-3 is for one main module and three input/output modules
MX150-6 is for one main module and six input/output modules
Standard Accessories
The following standard accessories are supplied with the main module. Check that all
contents are present and that they are undamaged.
Power Cord (one of the following power cords
is supplied according to the instrument’s suffix codes)
UL/CSA Standard VDE Standard
A1006WD
A1009WD
D
F
AS Standard
A1024WD
BS Standard
A1054WD
R
Q
GB Standard (complies with CCC)
A1064WD
H
* Not included when screw terminals are specified for the power section (Suffix code: W).
MX100 Standard Software
Model: MX180
MX100 Manual CD-ROM**
Part number: B8722XH
** Contains this manual (IM MX100-01E)
and the MX100 Standard Software
User’s Manual (IM MX180-01E).
Paper Manuals
• MX100 Data Acquisition Unit Operation Guide (IM MX100-02E)
• Precautions on the Use of the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit (IM MX100-71E)
• MX100 Data Acquisition Unit Installation and Connection Guide (IM MX100-72E)
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Optional Accessories (Sold Separately)
No. Name
Model
Minimum Q’ty
Note
1
10-CH screw
terminal block
772061
1
Dedicated to the MX110-UNV-M10/
MX115-D05-H10
2
Connection cable
between the input
module and screw
terminal block
772062-050
1
Cable length: 50 cm
3
Connection cable
between the input
module and screw
terminal block
772062-100
1
Cable length: 100 cm
4
Plate with clamp
terminals
772063
1
Dedicated to the MX110-UNV-M10/
MX115-D05-H10
5
Clamp terminal
772064
1
Dedicated to the MX110-UNV-H04
6
Clamp terminal
772065
1
Dedicated to the MX125-MKC-M10
7
Connector cover
772066
1
For empty slots
8
Shunt resistor
(for the clamp terminal)
438920
1
Resistance: 250 Ω±0.1%
9
Shunt resistor
(for the clamp terminal)
438921
1
Resistance: 100 Ω±0.1%
10
Shunt resistor
(for the clamp terminal)
438922
1
Resistance: 10 Ω±0.1%
11
Shunt resistance
(for the screw terminal)
415920
1
Resistance: 250 Ω±0.1%
12
Shunt resistance
(for the screw terminal)
415921
1
Resistance: 100 Ω±0.1%
13
Shunt resistance
(for the screw terminal)
415922
1
Resistance: 10 Ω±0.1%
1
2, 3
4
5
6
7
Application Software (Sold Separately)
The following two application programs are available for purchase separately.
• MXLOGGER (WX103)
• API for the MX100/DARWIN (MX190)
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Conventions Used in This Manual
Unit
K:
k:
Denotes 1024. Example: 5 KB (file size)
Denotes 1000.
Safety Markings
The following markings are used in this manual.
Danger. Refer to corresponding location on the instrument.
This symbol appears on dangerous locations on the
instrument which require special instructions for proper
handling or use. The same symbol appears in the
corresponding place in the manual to identify those
instructions.
WARNING
Calls attention to actions or conditions that could cause
serious injury or death to the user, and precautions that can
be taken to prevent such occurrences.
CAUTION
Calls attentions to actions or conditions that could cause
light injury to the user or damage to the instrument or user’s
data, and precautions that can be taken to prevent such
occurrences.
Note
Calls attention to information that is important for proper
operation of the instrument.
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Contents
Safety Precautions ..........................................................................................................................ii
Checking the Contents of the Package .......................................................................................... iv
Conventions Used in This Manual ................................................................................................. vii
Chapter 1 Explanation of Functions
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
Overview of the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit ................................................................. 1-1
Main Module .................................................................................................................... 1-2
Input/Output Modules ....................................................................................................... 1-2
Base Plate ........................................................................................................................ 1-3
PC Software ..................................................................................................................... 1-3
Main Module Functions .................................................................................................... 1-5
Communications .............................................................................................................. 1-5
Measurement ................................................................................................................... 1-5
Filter ................................................................................................................................. 1-6
Computation ..................................................................................................................... 1-6
Remote RJC .................................................................................................................... 1-6
Alarms .............................................................................................................................. 1-6
Contents Displayed on the 7-Segment LED .................................................................... 1-7
Saving Data to the CF Card ............................................................................................. 1-8
Functions of the 4-CH, High-Speed Universal Input Module ......................................... 1-10
Input Type and Measurement Range ............................................................................. 1-10
Measurement Interval, Integration Time, and Filter ....................................................... 1-11
Measurement Synchronization ...................................................................................... 1-11
Common Mode Voltage ................................................................................................. 1-11
Functions of the 10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input Module .................................. 1-12
Input Type and Measurement Range ............................................................................. 1-12
Measurement Interval, Integration Time, and Filter ....................................................... 1-13
Measurement Synchronization ...................................................................................... 1-13
Common Mode Voltage ................................................................................................. 1-13
Functions of the 10-CH, High-Speed Digital Input Module ............................................ 1-14
Measurement Interval .................................................................................................... 1-14
Filter ............................................................................................................................... 1-14
Functions of the 10-CH, Medium-Speed Digital Output Module .................................... 1-15
Output Type ................................................................................................................... 1-15
Output Update Interval ................................................................................................... 1-15
Relay Action and Hold Behavior .................................................................................... 1-15
Chapter 2 Installation and Wiring
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
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Handling Precautions ....................................................................................................... 2-1
Installation ........................................................................................................................ 2-2
Installation Location ......................................................................................................... 2-2
Installation Procedure ...................................................................................................... 2-3
Attaching the Modules ..................................................................................................... 2-4
Attachment Procedure ..................................................................................................... 2-4
Attachment Positions and Channel Numbers .................................................................. 2-4
Connecting the Signal Wires ............................................................................................ 2-5
Terminal Arrangement Markings on the Terminal Cover .................................................. 2-5
Attaching and Removing the Terminal Block .................................................................... 2-5
Screw Terminal Block ....................................................................................................... 2-5
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2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
General Precautions When Wiring the Input/Output Signal Wires ................................... 2-6
Wiring Procedure ............................................................................................................. 2-7
Wiring the Universal Input Module ................................................................................... 2-7
Wiring the Digital Input Module ........................................................................................ 2-8
Wiring the Digital Output Module ..................................................................................... 2-8
Power Connection and ON/OFF ...................................................................................... 2-9
Connection Procedure Using the Power Cord
(When the Suffix Code of the Power Supply and Power Cord Is D) ................................ 2-9
Wiring Procedure to the Power Supply Terminal
(When the Suffix Code of the Power Supply and Power Cord Is W) ............................. 2-10
Turning ON/OFF the Power Switch ................................................................................ 2-10
Connecting the Ethernet Cable ...................................................................................... 2-11
Connection Procedure ................................................................................................... 2-11
Checking the Communication Status ............................................................................. 2-12
Initializing the Settings ................................................................................................... 2-12
Measures against Noise on the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit ....................................... 2-13
Integrating A/D Converter .............................................................................................. 2-13
First-Order Lag Filter ...................................................................................................... 2-14
Handling of the CF Card ................................................................................................ 2-15
Handling Precautions of the CF Card ............................................................................ 2-15
Inserting the CF Card ..................................................................................................... 2-15
Ejecting the CF Card ...................................................................................................... 2-15
Chapter 3 Troubleshooting and Maintenance
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Error Display on the 7-Segment LED and Corrective Actions .......................................... 3-1
Errors at Power ON .......................................................................................................... 3-1
System Errors .................................................................................................................. 3-1
Module Errors .................................................................................................................. 3-2
Media-Related Errors. ...................................................................................................... 3-2
Communication Errors ..................................................................................................... 3-2
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................... 3-3
Calibration ........................................................................................................................ 3-5
Calibration of the Measurement Range of the DC Voltage and RTD ............................... 3-5
Calibration of Temperature Measurements using Thermocouples ................................... 3-7
Maintenance of Parts ....................................................................................................... 3-8
MX100 Maintenance and Test Using Communication Commands .................................. 3-9
Connecting the Main Module and the PC ........................................................................ 3-9
Setting the Terminal Emulator .......................................................................................... 3-9
List of Maintenance/Test Commands ............................................................................... 3-9
Specifications of the Maintenance/Test Port .................................................................... 3-9
Chapter 4 Specification
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
Common Specifications ................................................................................................... 4-1
Main Module Specifications ............................................................................................. 4-2
Base Plate Specifications ................................................................................................ 4-7
4-CH, High-Speed Universal Input Module Specifications ............................................... 4-8
10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input Module Specifications ..................................... 4-12
10-CH, High-Speed Digital Input Module Specifications ................................................ 4-17
10-CH, Medium-Speed Digital Output Module Specifications ....................................... 4-18
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2
3
4
Index
Chapter 1 Explanation of Functions
Overview of the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit
The MX100 Data Acquisition Unit consists of (1) the main module equipped with an
Ethernet port, (2) input/output modules that perform input or output of signals, and (3) the
base plate that attaches and connects the modules. By connecting the main module and
a PC via the Ethernet interface and installing the dedicated software program indicated
below into the PC, you can configure the acquisition conditions of the measured data
from the PC as well as monitor and acquire the measured data on the PC. One to 20
MX100 Data Acquisition Units can be connected to a single PC (one unit using the
MX100 Standard Software, one to 20 units (or up to 1200 input channels) using the
MXLOGGER).
One-to-one connection
PC
• MX100 Standard
Software
• MXLOGGER (sold
separately)
• Software created using
the API for the
MX100/DARWIN
(sold separately)
Hub
MX100 Data Acquisition
Unit
Base plate
MX100
Ethernet port
Input/Output module
Main module
One-to-N connection
• MXLOGGER (sold separately)
• Software created using the API for the MX100/DARWIN (sold separately)
PC
Hub
MX100 Data Acquisition
Unit
MX100
MX100
MX100
Connect up
to 20 units
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Explanation of Functions
1.1
1
2
3
4
1.1 Overview of the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit
Main Module
The main module is equipped with a power supply connector, a power switch, an
Ethernet port, a CF card slot, and other parts. It contains functions such as the power
supply to and the control of each input/output module, communications with a PC, data
storage to the CF card when communication is disconnected.
Ethernet port
CF card
slot
Power switch
Power connector
Input/Output Modules
The following four types of modules are available. All modules use clamp terminals. A
separate screw terminal board (sold separately) is available for the 10-CH, MediumSpeed Universal Input Module and the 10-CH, High-Speed Digital Input Module.
4-CH, High-Speed Universal Input Module (MX110-UNV-H04)
• Minimum measurement interval: 10 ms (except 50 ms for
temperature measurement
• Maximum number of inputs: 4 inputs
• Input types: DC voltage, TC, RTD, and DI (LEVEL, contact)
10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input Module (MX110-UNV-M10)
• Minimum measurement interval: 100 ms
• Maximum number of inputs: 10 inputs
• Input types: DC voltage, TC, RTD, and DI (LEVEL, contact)
10-CH, High-Speed Digital Input Module (MX115-D05-H10)
• Minimum measurement interval: 10 ms
• Maximum number of inputs: 10 inputs
• Input types: DI (non-voltage contact, open collector, 5-V logic)
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10-CH, Medium-Speed Digital Output Module (MX125-MKC-M10)
1
2
• Output update interval: 100 ms (fixed)
• Maximum number of outputs: 10 outputs
• Output type: A contact (SPST)
3
4
Base Plate
The base plate is equipped with connectors for connecting the main module and input/
output modules. There are six types of base plates available (connects various number
of input/output modules from one to six). You can rack-mount or panel-mount the
MX100 by attaching a DIN rail mount bracket to this base plate.
Base plate
DIN rail mount bracket
DIN rail
PC Software
The MX100 Standard Software comes standard. It allows one MX100 Data Acquisition
Unit to be connected to a PC and performs measurement data acquisition. The MX100
Standard Software consists of the three software programs below. For details about the
software functions and the operating procedure, see the MX100 Standard Software
User’s Manual.
Integration Monitor
Enables you to connect or disconnect communications, configure acquisition conditions
and display conditions of the measurement channels, set up computations channels,
monitor measured and computed data, save measured and computed data, and carry
out other operations.
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Viewer
Enables you to (1) display measured and computed data that has been stored, (2) read
values and perform computation over an area using cursors, and (3) convert the
measured and computed data into various file formats such as Excel.
Calibrator
This program is used to calibrate the universal input modules of the MX100.
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Main Module Functions
Explanation of Functions
1.2
2
The main module is the heart of the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit.
DATA ACQUISITION UNIT
ETHERNET
SW
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CF card
slot
POWER
10BASE - T
100BASE - TX
100 - 240V AC
70VA MAX
50/60Hz
Do not operate without reading safety precaution in users manual.
Ethernet port
3
7-segment LED
* Normally all switches are ON.
Used when initializing settings
(see page 2-12) and for other
purposes.
Dipswitch*
Power switch
4
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Power connector
Functional ground terminal
Communications
The main module is equipped with one auto-negotiating 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
Ethernet port. The LEDs at the upper-left and lower-left of the port indicate the
communication status via the Ethernet interface.
Measurement
The main module acquires measurement data sampled at specified intervals on each
input module. Then, it performs correcting computation and physical conversion on the
measured data and transmits the data to a PC via the Ethernet interface at 100-ms
intervals minimum. Even if the input modules are sampling at intervals less than 100 ms
(10 ms or 50 ms), the data is transmitted collectively at 100-ms intervals.
In addition, the main module receives output commands sent from the PC as necessary
and generates signal output instructions to the output modules.
100 ms
100 ms
100 ms
Data sampling when the
measurement interval is 10 ms
Creation of output data
Output by an output request from the PC
Timing when the creation of the
output data starts
Synchronization of Measurements
• Synchronization between modules
If set to the same measurement interval, measurements made by input modules in the
same acquisition unit are synchronized.
• Synchronization between channels
On 4-CH, High-Speed Universal Input modules, measurements between channels are
synchronized.
On 10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input modules, measurements are made
sequentially one channel at a time. Therefore, measurements are not synchronized
between channels (we can consider them synchronized within the measurement
interval).
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Measurement Times
When a measurement start request or a measurement data output request is made by a
PC against the main module, the PC’s time information is transmitted to the main
module. The main module generates measurement time using the internal clock based
on the time when the measurement start request is received. When the measured data
is sent to the PC, the PC’s time information along with the measurement time information
on the main module is transmitted to the PC. The time information used in the
monitoring of the measured data on the PC is that of the main module.
When measurement is made over extended time, the time between the PC and main
module may be misaligned (up to 60 seconds in one week excluding the accuracy of the
PC clock). As a remedy to this problem, when the measured data is recorded (saved) on
the PC, the PC’s time information is stored along with the measurement time information
on the main module. When the Viewer of the MX100 Standard Software is used to open
the recorded measurement data, the “time synchronization” function can be used to
correct the measurement time relative to the PC’s time based on the PC’s time
information. For details on the “time synchronization” function, see Technical Information
“MX100 Performance Specifications” (TI04M08B01-00E). For information on obtaining a
copy, contact your nearest YOKOGAWA dealer.
Filter
The main module is equipped with first-order lag filter (see section 2.7, “Measures
against Noise on the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit). You can select a time constant
(time until 63.2% of the output value is reached) corresponding to the measurement
interval indicated in the equation below.
Time constant = measurement interval × N (where N = 5, 10, 20, 25, 40, 50, or 100)
Computation
Difference computation between channels and linear scaling are possible. Linear scaling
converts the measured values to values suitable for a purpose (scaled values) using the
following equation.
Scale value =
(X – SPmin) × (SCmax – SCmin)
SPmax – SPmin
+ SCmin
X: Measured value
SPmax: Specified span maximum
SPmin: Specified span minimum
SCmax: Specified scale maximum
SCmin: Specified scale minimum
Remote RJC
When the item to be measured is located at a great distance, you can setup relay
terminals near the item, measure between the relay terminal and the input terminal of the
universal input module (reference channel) using thermocouples, and use the resultant
value as the reference junction compensation of the temperature measurement. By
connecting the relay terminal and the input terminal of the universal input module using
copper wires and connecting the item to be measured and the relay terminal using
thermocouples, you can make temperature measurements without having to use large
quantities of high-cost thermocouples.
Alarms
The main module compares the measured values against preset alarm values and
outputs alarm signals based on the result from the digital output module. The following
four types of alarms can be output.
• Upper limit alarm
Generates an alarm when the measured value exceeds the alarm value.
• Lower limit alarm
Generates an alarm when the measured value falls below the alarm value.
• Differential upper limit alarm (during difference computation)
Generates an alarm when the difference in the measured values of two channels
exceeds the alarm value.
• Differential low limit alarm (during difference computation)
Generates an alarm when the difference in the measured values of two channels falls
below the alarm value.
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Explanation of Functions
Alarm Value Hysteresis
You can set a width (hysteresis) to the values used to activate and release alarms.
Alarm hysteresis can prevent frequent activation and release of alarms when the
measured value is unstable around the alarm value.
2
Lower limit alarm
Upper limit alarm
Alarm activated
Alarm
setting
Measured value
Alarm release
3
Hysteresis
Measured vale
Alarm release
Alarm setting
4
Alarm activated
Alarm Output Timing
The output interval is 100 ms. Therefore, when the measurement interval is 10 ms or 50
ms, the alarm output data is accumulated over 100-ms intervals and output at 100-ms
intervals based on the accumulated data.
Contents Displayed on the 7-Segment LED
The two-digit 7-segment LED displays the unit number, operating status, operation
complete, and operation error of the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit.
Unit Number Display
Since a single MX100 Data Acquisition Unit can be connected to a PC on the MX100
Standard Software, the unit number is fixed to 00 and displayed as
. When using
MXLOGGER (software sold separately) that allows up to 20 MX100 Data Acquisition
Units to be connected, the unit number can be set in the range of 00 to 19 and displayed
as
to
.
Display of the Self-Test Operation at Power on
When the power is turned ON, the LED displays startup indications (such as
), and a
self-test is carried out. While the self-test is in progress, the following displays are
repeated.
Operation Mode Display
The MX100 Data Acquisition Unit has three operation modes: idle mode, measurement
mode, and backup mode (measured data saved to a CF card due to the disconnection of
communications). The modes are displayed as shown below. In the figure below,
indicates the unit number. If the unit number is not 00, the specified unit number is
displayed.
• Idle mode
Two zeroes
• Measurement mode
Two zeroes and a dot
• Backup mode
Two zeroes and two dots
Display When Operation Is Complete
The figure below shows the display that appears when an operation such as IP address
configuration and measurement condition change is completed. In the figure below,
indicates the unit number. If the unit number is not 00, the specified unit number is
displayed.
Turns off
for 1 second
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Display While Processing Is in Progress
The displays shown below repeats when there is access to the CF card, when the CF
card is being formatted, or when calibration is taking place.
Unit Confirmation Display
The figure below shows the display that appears when you confirm the MX100 Data
Acquisition Unit that is connected using the MX100 Standard Software or MXLOGGER
(software sold separately). The word “—CALL—” flows through the display from right to left.
For details on the display and meaning of operation errors, see section 3.1, “Error
Display on the 7-Segment LED and Corrective Actions.”
Saving Data to the CF Card
Data Saving When Communication Is Disconnected
If communication is disconnected while the PC is recording (saving) measured data and
a 60-s timeout* expires, the measured data is saved to the CF card at 60-s intervals.
When the save operation is started, a file is created for each measurement interval
(referred to as monitor interval on the MX100 Standard Software). As the save operation
progresses and the file for the shortest measurement interval reaches 5 MB, the file is
closed. At the same time, files for other measurement intervals (files that have not
reached 5 MB) are also closed. Then, a new file is created for each measurement
interval setting once again, and the save operation continues. When the communication
with the PC resumes and acquisition of measured data resumes, the save operation
automatically stops. To manually stop the operation, press the access stop switch (see
section 2.8) located above the CF card slot on the main module.
The table below shows the interval (a guideline) over which data can be saved to the CF
card when one type of measurement interval is used.
*
The time from the point when the communication between the PC and MX100 is
disconnected and acquisition of measured data is stopped to the point when data storage
to the CF card starts.
Number of Measurement
Saved CHs
Interval
10 CHs
24 CHs
60 CHs
10 ms
50 ms
100 ms
200 ms
500 ms
1s
2s
10 ms
50 ms
100 ms
200 ms
500 ms
1s
2s
10 ms
50 ms
100 ms
200 ms
500 ms
1s
2s
Capacity of the CF card
32 MB
64 MB
128 MB
256 MB
(6 files)
(12 files)
(25 files)
(51 files)
18 hours
9 hours
4 hours
2 hours
3 days
45 hours
21 hours
10 hours
7 days
3.5 days
43 hours
21 hours
15 days
7 days
3 days
43 hours
38 days
18.5 days
9 days
4.5 days
77 days
37 days
18 days
9 days
154 days
75.5 days
36 days
18 days
7 hours
3.5 hours
54 min. 1 hour40 min.
38 hours
18 hours
9 hours
4 hours
77 hours
37 hours
18 hours
9 hours
6 days
75 hours
36 hours
18 hours
16 days
7.5 days
3 days
45 hours
32 days
15 days
7 days
3 days
64 days
31.5 days
15 days
7.5 days
1 hour15 min. 3 hours
40 min.
18 min.
15 hours
7 hours
3 hours
1 hour
30 hours
15 hours
7 hours
3.5 hours
2 days
30 hours
14 hours
7 hours
6 days
3 days
36 hours
18 hours
12 days
6 days
3 days
36 hours
25 days
12.5 days
6 days
3 days
512 MB
(102 files)
36 hours
7 days
15 days
30 days
75.5 days
154 days
303 days
15 hours
77 hours
6 days
12 days
31.5 days
64 days
126 days
5 hours
30 hours
2.5 days
5 days
12.5 days
25 days
50 days
For a description of other specifications related to data storage, see “Data Storage” in
section 4.2, “Main Module Specifications.”
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Explanation of Functions
Use of the Measured Data Saved to the CF Card
The Viewer of the PC software can be used to display the measured data saved to the
CF card. However, time synchronization processing is not possible. To connect the
data before disconnection (saved to the PC) and the data after disconnection (saved to
the CF card), open the CF card data using the PC software and convert to Excel format.
Then, insert the data in the appropriate place in the data before disconnection using
copy and paste or other means. Note that when the communication with the PC is
resumed, the PC software acquires as much retraceable data as possible. Therefore, a
portion of the data saved to the CF card and the data recorded by the PC software
overlaps.
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Log File Storage
In addition to the measured data that is saved when the communication with the PC is
disconnected, a log file of information related to the CF card operation and information of
power ON/OFF is saved to the CF card in text format (MX100MLG.TXT). The maximum
size of the log file is 40 KB. Up to 1021 events can be stored. When 1021 events are
exceeded, the event is deleted in order from the oldest information. The log is written
(overwritten to the same file name) to the CF card when you press the access stop
switch (see section 2.8).
• Information Saved to the Log File
• Date/Time when the power is turn ON or OFF.
• Date/Time when the CF card is inserted or removed.
• Save mode when data is saved (backup) and the log of start/stop.
• The log of file creation and deletion.
• Media-related errors.
• The log of CF card format.
• Log File Example
Yokogawa
Date
70/01/01
03/01/01
03/03/25
03/03/25
03/03/25
03/03/25
03/03/25
03/03/25
03/03/25
03/03/25
03/03/25
03/03/25
03/03/25
>>
DAQMASTER MX100 <Media Info>
Time
Status Message
00:00:00 Power
off
00:00:01 Power
on
10:12:13 Format ok
11:14:12 Backup start
11:14:12 Mode
rotary
11:14:13 Delete (--)
11:14:21 Create 32500000
11:14:36 Code
12 MF
11:14:36 Error
P3
11:14:54 Backup stop
11:15:18 Create MX100MLG
11:15:22 Card
out
11:15:25 Card
in
Time indicating that the settings have been initialized*
Time after resetting the internal clock*
Media error (records the error code)
Most-recent information
Termination mark
* When the MX100 is initialized, the date/time on the MX100 is reset to 1970/01/01 00:00:00 once, then
to the default value on the MX100 (2003/01/01 00:00:00). Then, when the PC software is started and
connection to the MX100 is made, the current date/time on the PC is transmitted to the MX100. The
MX100 is reset to the received date/time.
CF Card Specifications
Item
IM MX100-01E
Specification
Capacity
2 GB maximum
Type
Type I or Type II
Format
Supports quick (logical) format. 1 partition format (hard disk format) is
possible only through a command from the PC when the MX operation
mode is idle.
File system
FAT
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1.3
Functions of the 4-CH, High-Speed Universal
Input Module
This module is equipped with four inputs and measures DC voltage, TC, RTD, and digital
input (DI) at a minimum measurement interval of 10 ms (the minimum interval is 50 ms if
the input type is thermocouple or RTD).
Terminal cover
Input terminal (clamp terminal)
Input Type and Measurement Range
The following measurements are possible.
Input
DC voltage
Thermocouple
RTD
(Measurement current:1 mA)
RTD
(Measurement current: 2 mA)
DI
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Measurement Range Type
20 mV
60 mV
200 mV
2V
6V
20 V
100 V
R
S
B
K
E
J
T
L
U
N
W
KPvsAu7Fe
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100 (high resolution)
JPt100 (high resolution)
Ni100 SAMA
Ni100 DIN
Ni120
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100 (high resolution)
JPt100 (high resolution)
Pt50
Cu10 GE
Cu10 L&N
Cu10 WEED
Cu10 BAILEY
J263B
Level
Contact input
Rated Measurement Range
–20.000 to 20.000mV
–60.00 to 60.00mV
–200.00 to 200.00mV
–2.0000 to 2.0000V
–6.000 to 6.000V
–20.000 to 20.000V
–100.00 to 100.00V
0.0 to 1760.0°C
0.0 to 1820.0°C
–200.0 to 1370.0°C
–200.0 to 800.0°C
–200.0 to 1100.0°C
–200.0 to 400.0°C
–200.0 to 900.0°C
–200.0 to 400.0°C
0.0 to 1300.0°C
0.0 to 2315.0°C
0.0 to 300.0K
–200.0 to 600.0°C
–200.0 to 550.0°C
–140.00 to 150.00°C
–140.00 to 150.00°C
–200.0 to 250.0°C
–60.0 to 180.0°C
–70.0 to 200.0°C
–200.0 to 250.0°C
–200.0 to 250.0°C
–140.00 to 150.00°C
–140.00 to 150.00°C
–200.0 to 550.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
0.0 to 300.0K
Vth = 2.4V
ON: 100 Ω or less, OFF: 10 kΩ or more
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1.3 Functions of the 4-CH, High-Speed Universal Input Module
Input
Measurement Range Type
60mV (high resolution)
1V
6V (high resolution)
PLATINEL
PR40-20
Thermocouple
NiNiMo
WRe3-25
W/WRe26
Type-N(AWG14)
RTD
Pt100 (high noise resistance)
(Measurement current:1 mA) JPt100 (high noise resistance)
Cu10 at 20°C
alpha = 0.00392
Cu10 at 20°C
alpha = 0.00393
Cu25 at 0°C
alpha = 0.00425
Cu53 at 0°C
alpha = 0.00426035
RTD
Cu100 at 0°C
(Measurement current: 2 mA)
alpha = 0.00425
Pt25(JPt100*1/4)
Cu10 GE (high resolution)
Cu10 L&N (high resolution)
Cu10 WEED (high resolution)
Cu10 BAILEY (high resolution)
Pt100 (noise resistance)
JPt100 (noise resistance)
DC voltage
Explanation of Functions
The following inputs can be used on MXLOGGER or MX100/DARWIN API sold
separately. These inputs cannot be used on the MX100 Standard Software.
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Rated Measurement Range
0.000 to 60.000mV
–1.0000 to 1.0000V
0.0000 to 6.0000V
0.0 to 1400.0°C
0.0 to 1900.0°C
0.0 to 1310.0°C
0.0 to 2400.0°C
0.0 to 2400.0°C
0.0 to 1300.0°C
–200.0 to 600.0°C
–200.0 to 550.0°C
3
4
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–50.0 to 150.0°C
–50.0 to 150.0°C
–200.0 to 550.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 250.0°C
–200.0 to 250.0°C
Measurement Interval, Integration Time, and Filter
The table below shows the available measurement intervals. The module is equipped
with an integrating A/D converter. The selectable integration time varies depending on
the measurement interval as shown in the table below. For details about the relationship
between noise and integration time, see section 2.7, “Measures against Noise on the
MX100 Data Acquisition Unit.” In addition, the type of noise rejection filter switches as
shown in the table below.
Measurement
Interval
10 ms
Integration
Time
1.67 ms
16.67 ms
20 ms
Auto
50 ms
100 ms
36.67 ms
200 ms
100 ms
500 ms
1s
200 ms
2, 5,10, 20, 30, 60 s
Filter
Rejected Noise and Notes
Rectangular
600 Hz and its integer multiples, temperature measurement not possible
60 Hz and its integer multiples
50 Hz and its integer multiples
Automatically detects the power supply frequency and set 16.67 or 20 ms
Trapezoidal
50 Hz or 60 Hz and their integer multiples
Rectangular 10 Hz and its integer multiples
Cos
Fc = 5-Hz low-pass filter
Measurement Synchronization
Each input channel has its own A/D converter. Therefore, measurements on each
channel are synchronized.
Common Mode Voltage
The common mode voltage between channels in a single module is 250 VACrms when
the signal is applied continuously.
The common mode voltage between modules and between a module and earth is 600
VACrms when the signal is applied continuously.
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1.4
Functions of the 10-CH, Medium-Speed
Universal Input Module
This module is equipped with ten inputs and measures DC voltage, TC, RTD, and digital
input (DI) at a minimum measurement interval of 100 ms.
Terminal cover
Input terminal (clamp terminal)
Input Type and Measurement Range
The following measurements are possible.
Input
DC voltage
Thermocouple
RTD
(Measurement current:1 mA)
DI
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Measurement Range Type
20 mV
60 mV
200 mV
2V
6V
20 V
100 V
R
S
B
K
E
J
T
L
U
N
W
KPvsAu7Fe
Pt100
JPt100
Pt100 (high resolution)
JPt100 (high resolution)
Ni100 SAMA
Ni100 DIN
Ni120
Pt50
Cu10 GE
Cu10 L&N
Cu10 WEED
Cu10 BAILEY
J263B
Level
Contact input
Rated Measurement Range
–20.000 to 20.000 mV
–60.00 to 60.00 mV
–200.00 to 200.00 mV
–2.0000 to 2.0000 V
–6.000 to 6.000 V
–20.000 to 20.000 V
–100.00 to 100.00 V
0.0 to 1760.0°C
0.0 to 1820.0°C
–200.0 to 1370.0°C
–200.0 to 800.0°C
–200.0 to 1100.0°C
–200.0 to 400.0°C
–200.0 to 900.0°C
–200.0 to 400.0°C
0.0 to 1300.0°C
0.0 to 2315.0°C
0.0 to 300.0K
–200.0 to 600.0°C
–200.0 to 550.0°C
–140.00 to 150.00°C
–140.00 to 150.00°C
–200.0 to 25.00°C
–60.0 to 180.0°C
–70.0 to 200.0°C
–200.0 to 550.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
0.0 to 300.0K
Vth = 2.4 V
ON: 1 kΩ or less, OFF: 100 kΩ or more
(parallel capacitance: 0.01 µF or less)
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1.4 Functions of the 10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input Module
Input
Measurement Range Type
DC voltage
Thermocouple
(excludes RTD accuracy,
when burnout is OFF)
RTD
(Measurement current:1 mA)
60mV (high resolution)
1V (high resolution)
6V (high resolution)
PLATINEL
PR40-20
NiNiMo
WRe3-25
W/WRe26
Type-N(AWG14)
Cu10 at 20°C
alpha = 0.00392
Cu10 at 20°C
alpha = 0.00393
Cu25 at 0°C
alpha = 0.00425
Cu53 at 0°C
alpha = 0.00426035
Cu100 at 0°C
alpha = 0.00425
Pt25(JPt100*1/4)
Cu10 GE (high resolution)
Cu10 L&N (high resolution)
Cu10 WEED (high resolution)
Cu10 BAILEY (high resolution)
Pt100 (noise resistance)
JPt100 (noise resistance)
Explanation of Functions
The following inputs can be used on MXLOGGER or MX100/DARWIN API sold
separately. These inputs cannot be used on the MX100 Standard Software.
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Rated Measurement Range
0.000 to 60.000 mV
–1.0000 to 1.0000 V
0.0000 to 6.0000 V
0.0 to 1400.0°C
0.0 to 1900.0°C
0.0 to 1310.0°C
0.0 to 2400.0°C
0.0 to 2400.0°C
0.0 to 1300.0°C
3
4
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–50.0 to 150.0°C
–50.0 to 150.0°C
–200.0 to 550.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 600.0°C
–200.0 to 600.0°C
Measurement Interval, Integration Time, and Filter
The table below shows the available measurement intervals. The module is equipped
with an integrating A/D converter. The selectable integration time varies depending on
the measurement interval as shown in the table below. For details about the relationship
between noise and integration time, see section 2.7, “Measures against Noise on the
MX100 Data Acquisition Unit.” In addition, the type of noise rejection filter switches as
shown in the table below.
Measurement Integration
Interval
Time
100 ms
200 ms
500 ms
1.67 ms
16.67 ms
20 ms
Auto
36.67 ms
1s
100 ms
2s
5s
200 ms
10, 20, 30, 60 s
Burnout
Detection
Cycle
Filter
1 s*
Rejected Noise and Notes
600 Hz and its integer multiples**
Rectangular 60 Hz and its integer multiples
50 Hz and its integer multiples
Automatically detects the power supply frequency and
Measurement
set 16.67 or 20 ms
interval
Trapezoidal 50 Hz and 60 Hz and their integer multiples
Rectangular 10 Hz and its integer multiples
Cos
Fc = 5-Hz low-pass filter
*
When the measurement interval is 100 ms, burnout is detected in one channel per measurement
interval. Therefore, if measurement is started in a burnout condition or after a burnout occurs,
burnout cannot be detected for up to 10 measurements (approximately 1 second).
** Because the power supply frequency noise is not rejected, measured values may fluctuate
particularly for temperature measurements using thermocouples. If this happens, make the
measurement interval longer, or use the 4-CH High-Speed Universal Input Module.
Measurement Synchronization
The module is equipped with a single A/D converter, and measurement is made
sequentially. Therefore, measurements of each channel are not synchronized.
Common Mode Voltage
The common mode voltage between channels in a single module is 120 VACrms when
the signal is applied continuously.
The common mode voltage between modules and between a module and earth is 600
VACrms when the signal is applied continuously.
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1.5
Functions of the 10-CH, High-Speed Digital
Input Module
This module is equipped with ten inputs and measures 5-V logic, non-voltage contact,
and open collector inputs at a minimum measurement interval of 10 ms.
Terminal cover
Input terminal (clamp terminal)
Measurement Interval
You can select the measurement interval from 10 ms, 50 ms, 100 ms, 200 ms, 500 ms, 1
s, 2 s, 5 s, 10 s, 20 s, 30 s, and 60 s.
Filter
The module detects ON/OFF as shown below to prevent receiving chattering effects. If
the measurement interval is set a value greater than four times the chattering period,
measurement is possible by avoiding chattering effects.
• Measurement interval of 5 s or less: Use the wider of the ON/OFF width of the
detection period (approximately 75% to 90% of the measurement interval)
Measurement Measurement Measurement
interval
interval
interval
Detection
interval
Detection
interval
Detection
interval
Detection interval =
Measurement interval × 75% to 90%
Chattering
• Measurement interval of 5 s or more: Use the wider of the ON/OFF width of
approximately 4.5 s
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Functions of the 10-CH, Medium-Speed Digital
Output Module
This module outputs 10 contact signals based on the alarm output settings and output
settings on the PC software.
Explanation of Functions
1.6
2
3
Terminal cover
4
Output terminal (clamp terminal)
Output Type
The following types (output causes) are available.
Description
Relay Action
Alarm output of measurement channels Energize or deenergize
Alarm
selectable
Alarm output of computation channels Energize or deenergize
Command
selectable
or manual DO operation
Energize or deenergize
Output when an error* is detected in
Error
selectable
the MX100
When a failure occurs in the CPU of
Normal: Energized
Fail
the MX100 main module
Failure: Deenergized
Type
Output Hold Behavior
Hold** or non-hold
selectable
Hold** or non-hold
selectable
* Below are the errors that can occur in the MX100.
• A data output request timeout (60 s) occurs while recording data.
• An input module detected at power-on that is able to make measurements is removed.
• A module breaks down.
• An unidentifiable module is attached.
**Holds the output until the PC software issues the output release command (relay ACK).
Output Update Interval
The output is updated at 100-ms intervals. It is not synchronized to the measurement
interval.
Relay Action and Hold Behavior
You can select whether to energize or de-energize the output relay when outputting
contact signals on the PC software. You can also select whether the output relay is
turned OFF (non-hold) or kept ON (hold) until an output release command is received.
• When set to non-hold
Output cause
occurrence
• When set to hold
Output cause
occurrence
Relay ACK
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Relay output ON
Relay output ON
Relay output OFF
Relay output OFF
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Chapter 2 Installation and Wiring
2.1
1
Handling Precautions
2
• If you are using this instrument for the first time, make sure to thoroughly read the
safety precautions given on pages ii and iii.
• Do not remove the case.
For internal inspection or adjustment, contact your nearest YOKOGAWA dealer as
listed on the back cover of this manual.
• Do not place objects on top of the instrument.
Never place other instruments or objects containing water on top of the instrument,
otherwise a breakdown may occur.
• When carrying the instrument
First, turn off the DUT and the MX100 and remove all cables including measurement
wires and communication cables. Then, remove the power cord from the outlet.
• To prevent internal overheating, do not obstruct the vent holes of the module.
• This instrument uses many plastic parts. When cleaning, wipe using a dry soft cloth.
Do not use volatile chemicals since this might cause discoloring and deformation.
• Do not bring charged objects near the signal terminals. Doing so can lead to
malfunction.
• Do not pour volatile agents on the MX100 or leave it in contact with rubber or PVC
products for an extended time. Doing so can lead to malfunction.
• Do not apply shock to the instrument.
• When not in use, make sure to turn OFF the power.
• If there are any symptoms of trouble such as smoke, strange orders, or strange
sounds coming from the instrument, immediately turn OFF the power and stop power
supply. Then, contact your nearest YOKOGAWA dealer.
• Do not damage the power cord
Nothing should be placed on top of the power cord. The power cord should also be
kept away from any heat sources. When unplugging the power cord from the outlet,
never pull by the cord itself. Always hold and pull by the plug. If the cord is damaged,
contact your dealer for replacement. Refer to page v for the part number of the
appropriate power cord when placing an order.
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Installation and Wiring
This section describes the precautions to be taken when using the MX100. Read this
section before use.
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4
2.2
Installation
Installation Location
Install the instrument indoors in the following locations.
• Location where the temperature is between 0 to 50 °C.
Location where the relative humidity is between 20 and 80% RH for 0 to 40 °C and 10
and 50% RH for 40 to 50 °C. No condensation should be present.
Note
Condensation may occur if the instrument is moved to another place where the ambient
temperature is higher, or if the temperature changes rapidly. In addition, measurement errors
will occur when using thermocouple input. In this case, let the instrument adjust to the new
environment for at least an hour before using the instrument.
• Location where the operating altitude is 2,000 m or less
• Well-ventilated location
Install the instrument in a well-ventilated location to prevent the temperature inside the
instrument from rising.
• Location where mechanical vibration is small
Select a location with small mechanical vibration for installation.
• Horizontal location
Install the instrument on a flat, even surface.
Do not install the instrument in the following places.
• Dangerous locations where flammable liquids, vapors, or dust is present
• In direct sunlight or near heat appliances
Select a location with the smallest temperature fluctuation as possible near room
temperature (23°C). Placing the instrument in direct sunlight or near heat appliances
can cause adverse effects.
• Where an excessive amount of soot, steam, humidity, dust, or corrosive gas is
present
Soot, steam, humidity, dust, and corrosive gas can cause adverse effects on the
instrument. Avoid installing the instrument in an environment with a high level of such
elements.
• Near magnetic field sources
Install the instrument in a location where the magnetic field is 400 A/m or less. Avoid
bringing instruments that produce magnetic fields or magnets near the instrument.
Using the instrument near a strong magnetic field source can cause measurement
errors.
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2.2 Installation
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Installation Procedure
The MX100 Data Acquisition Unit can be used on a desktop, on a floor, in a rack mount,
or in a panel mount. In all cases, be sure to install the instrument in a vertical position.
Installation and Wiring
Use on a Desktop or a Floor
Each module has feet that can be attached to the base plate allowing them to be placed
vertically. For the procedure for attaching the modules, see the next page.
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3
4
Functional ground terminal screw
Feet
Attachment to a DIN Rail
As shown in the figure below, you can rack-mount or panel-mount the MX100 Data
Acquisition Unit by attaching a DIN rail mount bracket to the base plate.
• Attachment of the DIN rail mount bracket
to the base plate
• Attachment of the base plate to the DIN rail
Base plate
Base plate
Latch lever
(pull up to remove the
base plate from the
DIN rail)
Screw
holes
Attachment
screws (M3)
DIN rail mount
bracket
DIN rail mount bracket
DIN rail mount bracket
• Dimensions when mounted on a DIN rail
DIN rail*
* To prevent slacks in the DIN rail, fix at
least three locations of the DIN rail.
Unit: mm
442 (1 main module, for connecting six input/output modules)
92
DIN rail
131
31
158.6
149.2
163
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2.3
Attaching the Modules
WARNING
To prevent electric shock and instrument breakdown, do not connect the power
supply to the main module when attaching modules.
Attachment Procedure
1. Check that the power supply is not connected to the main module.
2. Align the connector on the rear panel of the module to the connector at the desired
position of the base plate and insert the connector.
When the connectors are correctly connected, the guide pin on the rear panel of the
module is inserted into the guide hole on the base plate. In addition, the module is
secured to the base plate with the latch lever locking in place at the bottom section of
the base plate.
3. Fasten the attachment screw (M3) at one location at the top of the module.
To remove the module, loosen the attachment screw, pull down on the latch lever on the
rear panel of the module, and pull the module straight from the base plate.
** When attaching the module, be sure that the
module connector is vertical to the base plate
Module connector** so that the module connector pins are not bent.
Base plate
Base plate connector
cover*
(accessory sold
separately)
Guide holes
Screw holes
* Can be attached by
hooking the top section of
the cover to the top edge
of the base plate and
pressing down on the
lower section of the cover.
Guide pins
Main module
Input/Output module
Latch lever
(pull up to remove the
module from the base plate) Base plate
Module attachment screw
Note
The main module can only be attached to the right end of the base plate.
Attachment Positions and Channel Numbers
The figure below shows how the channel numbers are identified on the PC.
Representation of channel numbers:
5
4
3
2
1
0
041 to 050 021 to 030
001 to 010
051 to 060 031 to 040
011 to 020
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Channel numbers in a unit (001 to 060)
Unit number (00 to 19)
* When connecting to the module
Slot number using the MX100 Standard
Software, the number is
MX100
fixed to 00.
Channel number in the unit**
** The last one digit on a 4-channel module
is 1 to 4.
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Connecting the Signal Wires
2
Terminal Arrangement Markings on the Terminal Cover
4-CH, High-Speed
Universal Input Module
10-CH, Medium-Speed 10-CH, High-Speed 10-CH, Medium-Speed
Universal Input Module Digital Input Module Digital Output Module
250V
MAX TO
Channel number
in the module
Terminal symbol
Attaching and Removing the Terminal Block
The I/O terminals can be removed as shown in the figure below.
4-CH, High-Speed Universal
Input Module
10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input Module/
10-CH, High-Speed Digital Input Module
10-CH, Medium-Speed Digital
Output Module
Pull-out
handle
The terminal block can
be attached and
detached.
The terminal plate can be
attached and detached.
Attachment screw
(Loosen before removing the terminal plate.)
The terminal block can be
attached and detached
(fixed with screws).
Note
The terminal cover can be removed by pressing backward with the cover lifted up.
Screw Terminal Block
The 10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input modules and 10-CH, High-Speed Digital
Input modules allow you to remove the terminal plate and connect a 10-channel screw
terminal block (accessory sold separately, M4 screws) that can be attached to a DIN rail
(see the figure below).
10-CH screw terminal block (772061)
b
B
A
CH 2
CH 3
10-CH screw terminal
block (772061)
Attachment screw
for connector cover
Loosen the attachment screw for the connector
cover and open the connector cover.
10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input Module/
10-CH, High-Speed Digital Input Module
Attachment to a DIN Rail
CH 4
CH 5
Attachment screw
CH 6
CH 7
Connector cover
CH 8
CH 9
CH 10
+/A
b
Terminal cover -/B
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Terminal cover
CH 1
Installation and Wiring
A character indicating the terminal function and a terminal symbol indicating the type of
signal to be input/output to each terminal are written on the back of the terminal cover of
each I/O module. For the wiring procedure corresponding to each terminal symbol, see
page 2-7.
Connection cable
between the input module
and screw terminal block
(772062-0XXX*)
* Length: 050 or 100 cm.
Attachment screw
DIN rail
Latch lever
(Pull down to detach.)
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2.4 Connecting the Signal Wires
General Precautions When Wiring the Input/Output Signal Wires
WARNING
• To prevent the possibility of electric shock when wiring, confirm that the power
supply source and signal source are turned OFF. After making the connections,
secure the terminal cover and do not touch the terminals with your hands.
• For signal wires on which voltage exceeding 30 VAC/60 VDC is applied relative
to the ground potential or between signals, use reinforced (double) insulation
wires. For all other signal wires, use basic insulation wires. For the withstand
voltage of insulation wires, see the table below.
Applied Voltage
(Vrms or VDC)
Basic Insulation
Reinforced (Double)
Insulation
30 (60 VDC) to 100
490 Vrms
740 Vrms
101 to 150
820 Vrms
1400 Vrms
151 to 300
1350 Vrms
2300 Vrms
301 to 600
2200 Vrms
3700 Vrms
• If you remove the terminal block or terminal plate for wiring, attach the terminal bock
or terminal plate before inputting or outputting signals to prevent electric shock or fire.
CAUTION
• If a large pulling force is applied to the input/output signal wires connected to the
MX100, the terminal or signal wire may break. To prevent this from happening,
fix all the wiring cables to the installation panel.
• Do not apply a voltage exceeding the value indicated below to the input
terminals of the universal input modules. Doing so can damage the modules.
• Maximum input voltage
Voltage range less than or equal to 1 VDC, TC, RTD, and DI: ±10 VDC
Other voltage ranges: ±120 VDC
• Maximum common mode voltage: 600 VACrms (50/60 Hz)
• Do not apply a voltage exceeding the value indicated below to the input terminals
of the 10-CH, High-Speed Digital Input module or the output terminals of the 10CH, Medium-Speed Digital Output module. Doing so can damage the modules.
• Maximum input voltage
10-CH, High-Speed Digital Input module: ±10 VDC
10-CH, Medium-Speed Digital Output module: 250 VAC or 250 VDC
• Maximum common mode voltage: 250 VACrms (50/60 Hz)
• The MX100 is a product of installation category II.
Consider the points indicated below to prevent noise from entering the measurement
circuit. For a description of the measures against noise on the MX100, see section 2.7.
• Keep the measurement circuit away from the power supply cable (power supply
circuit) and ground circuit.
• It is desirable that the object under measurement is not a noise source. However, if
this is not avoidable, insulate the object under measurement and the measurement
circuit. In addition, ground the object under measurement.
• Shielded wires are effective against noise caused by electrostatic induction. As
necessary, connect the shield to the ground terminal of the MX100 (make sure this
does not lead to grounding at two points).
• Twisting the measurement circuit wires at short intervals is relatively effective against
noise caused by electromagnetic induction.
• Make sure to ground the protective ground terminal through a small grounding
resistance (less than or equal to 100 Ω).
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2.4 Connecting the Signal Wires
Wiring Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn OFF the power to the MX100.
Loosen the terminal cover attachment screw and lift up the terminal cover.
Connect the signal wires to the terminals.
Return the terminal cover to the original position and secure it with the screw.
4-CH, High-Speed Universal Input Module
Attachment screw for terminal cover
Terminal cover
Input terminal (clamp terminal)
Wiring the Universal Input Module
• RTD input
• Thermocouple input
A
A
B
B
b
Compensation
lead
B
A
b
b
Lead wire resistance per wire of
10 Ω or less*. Make the
resistance of the three wires equal.
* In the case of Pt100Ω. 5 Ω max
for Pt50Ω. 1 Ω max. for Cu10 Ω.
• DC voltage input/DI input (contact)
A
B
b
+
or
–
DC voltage Contact
input
• DC current input
A
B
b
+
DC current input
–
Shunt resistor
Example: For 4 to 20 mA input,
shut resistance values should
be 250 Ω±0.1%.
Note
On the 10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input module, RTD input terminals A and B are
isolated on each channel. Terminal b is shorted internally across all channels.
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Installation and Wiring
When using the reference junction compensation of the MX100 through thermocouple
input, take measures to stabilize the temperature at the terminal section.
• Always close and secure the terminal cover.
• Do not use thick wires with high heat radiation effect (cross-sectional area of 0.5 mm2
or smaller recommended).
• Keep the ambient temperature consistent. Large temperature fluctuation occurs such
as when a fan nearby is turned ON/OFF.
Connecting the input wires in parallel with other instruments may mutually affect
the measured values.
If you need to make a parallel connection:
• Turn OFF burnout.
• Ground each instrument at a single common point.
• Do not turn ON/OFF the instrument while measurement is in progress. It may cause
adverse affects on the other instrument.
Note that RTDs cannot be connected in parallel.
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2.4 Connecting the Signal Wires
Wiring the Digital Input Module
• Contact input
• Transistor input
• 5-V logic input
Main Input Specifications
Input type:
Non-voltage contact, open collector, and 5-V logic
Input format:
Pull-up at approximately 5 V/approximately 5 kΩ, common electric
potential between channels
Minimum detection pulse width:
Twice the measurement interval or more
Input threshold level: Non-voltage contact, open collector: ON at 100 Ω or less and OFF
at 100 kΩ or greater
5-V logic: OFF at 1 V or less and ON at 3 V or greater
Contact/Transistor rating:
Contact with a rating of 15 VDC or greater and 30 mA or greater
Transistor with a rating of Vce > 15 Vdc and Ic > 30 mA
Terminal type:
Clamp
Applicable wire size: 0.14 to 1.5 mm2 (AWG26 to 16)
Note
On the digital input module, the negative terminals and empty terminals of all channels are
shorted internally.
Wiring the Digital Output Module
NO
C
250 VDC/0.1 A, 250 VAC/2 A, or
30 VDC/2 A (resistance load)
Main Output Specifications
Contact mode:
A contact (SPST)
Contact capacity:
250 VDC/0.1 A, 250 VAC/2 A, or 30 VDC/2 A (resistance load)
Terminal type:
Clamp, attached and removed in units of 5 channels
Applicable wire size: 0.08 to 2.5 mm2 (AWG28 to 12)
Note
Do not connect anything to the empty terminals of the digital output module.
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2.5
Power Connection and ON/OFF
2
Installation and Wiring
WARNING
• To prevent the possibility of electric shock when wiring, confirm that the power
supply source is turned OFF.
• To prevent an electric shock or fire, use only power cords supplied by
YOKOGAWA for the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit.
• Make sure to perform protective earth grounding to prevent electric shock.
Connect the power cord for the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit to a three-prong
power outlet with a protective earth terminal.
Do not use the functional ground terminal (see page 2-3) as a protective earth
terminal.
• Do not use an extension cord without protective earth ground. Otherwise, the
protection function will be compromised.
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Use a power supply that meets the conditions indicated below.
Item
Specification
Rated supply voltage
Supply voltage range used
Rated supply voltage frequency
Allowable line frequency range
Maximum power consumption
100 to 240 VAC
90 to 132/180 to 264 VAC
50/60 Hz
50/60 Hz ± 2%
Approximately 70 VA maximum when six modules are installed
Note
Do not use a supply voltage in the range 132 to 180 VAC, as this may have adverse effects
on the measurement accuracy.
Connection Procedure Using the Power Cord (When the Suffix Code of the Power
Supply and Power Cord Is D)
1. Check that the power switch of the main module is OFF.
2. Connect the power cord plug to the power connector of the MX100 Data Acquisition
Unit. (Use the power cord that came with the package.)
3. Connect the plug on the other end of the power cord to the outlet that meets the
conditions above. The AC outlet must be of a three-prong type with a protective earth
ground terminal.
3-prong outlet
Power switch
Power
connector
Power cord
(included in the package)
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2.5 Power Connection and ON/OFF
Wiring Procedure to the Power Supply Terminal (When the Suffix Code of the Power
Supply and Power Cord Is W)
1. Check that the power supply and the power switch of the main module is OFF.
2. Loosen the screw fixing the power supply terminal cover of the main module in place
and open the power supply terminal cover.
3. Connect the power cord and the protective ground cord to the power supply terminals
according to the figure below.
Use round crimp-on lugs with isolation sleeves (for 4 mm screws) for the power cord
and protective ground cord terminals.
4. Close the power supply terminal cover and secure it with the screw.
Power supply terminal cover
L N
Power cord
Protective grounding cord
Protective grounding cord
crimp-on lugs with
isolation sleeves
Power cord
Turning ON/OFF the Power Switch
Pressing the I side of the power switch turns the instrument ON. Pressing the O side
turns the instrument OFF.
When turned ON, the 7-segment LED (see page 1-7) illuminates. When the instrument
is ready (after completing the self-test), the unit number is displayed. When using the
MX100 Standard Software, the unit number is fixed to 00 (displayed as
).
Note
•
•
•
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Before turning the power ON, check that the modules are attached correctly and that the
power cord is connected correctly.
If the 7-segment LED does not illuminate when the power switch is turned ON, turn OFF
the power switch and check the following points. If the condition does not change when
the power switch is turned ON after checking these points, it is probably a malfunction.
Contact your nearest YOKOGAWA dealer for repairs.
• That the power cord is plugged in properly.
• That the supply voltage is within the supply voltage range used given on the previous
page.
If the 7-segment LED displays something other than a unit number when the power switch
is turned ON, see section 3.1, “Error Display on the 7-Segment LED and Corrective
Actions” and carry out the specified corrective action. If the displayed information does
not change even when you carry out the corrective action, it is probably a malfunction.
Contact your nearest YOKOGAWA dealer for repairs.
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2.6
Connecting the Ethernet Cable
2
Connection Procedure
Ethernet port
Installation and Wiring
Connector
Connect the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) of the main
module. Use a UTP cable (category 5 or better) or an STP cable for the Ethernet cable.
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4
RJ-45 modular jack
Ethernet cable
Connection to the PC
Make the connection via a hub. For a one-to-one connection with a PC, make the
connection as shown in the figure below. Likewise, up to 20 MX100 Data Acquisition
Units can be connected to a single PC. However, to control multiple MX100 Data
Acquisition Units, you need MXLOGGER (software sold separately). You cannot control
multiple units using the MX Standard Software.
PC
Hub
LAN cable
(straight cable)
MX100 Data Acquisition Unit
MX100
Ethernet port
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•
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The NIC on the PC should support 100BASE-TX (recommended) or 10BASE-T.
When connected to an external network, the communications within the network other
than those related to the MX100 may hinder the measurement operations on the MX100.
The MX100 can be connected to an auto-negotiating hub (between 10BASE-T and
100BASE-TX), but connection may fail on some hubs due to the hub not recognizing the
signal output from the MX100. If this happens, you can turn only dip switch 6 of the main
module OFF to fix the data rate to 10 Mbps. Operate the dipswitch only when the power is
turned OFF.
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2.6 Connecting the Ethernet Cable
Checking the Communication Status
You can check the status on the two LEDs at the upper-right and lower-right of the
Ethernet port.
ETHERNET
LINK LED
Illuminates in orange when the link between
the MX100 and the connected device is
established and communication is mutually possible.
ACT LED
Illuminates in green when
transmitting/receiving packets.
10BASE - T
100BASE - TX
Initializing the Settings
DATA ACQUISITION UNIT
ETHERNET
SW
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
POWER
10BASE - T
100BASE - TX
100 - 240V AC
70VA MAX
50/60Hz
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Do not operate without reading safety precaution in users manual.
The dipswitch on the main module is used to initialize the settings including the IP
address assigned to the MX100.
1.
Turn OFF the power to the MX100.
2.
Turn dipswitch 5 of the main module OFF.
3.
Turn ON the power to the MX100.
The 7-segment LED indicates the self-test operation at power up (see page 17), and then displays bF.
4.
Check the status of step 3, then turn the power OFF.
5.
Turn dipswitch 5 back ON.
Check that the settings have been initialized (using the MX100 Standard
Software, for example).
7-segment LED
• Normal setting
ON
Dipswitches
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Remove the cover when
manipulating the dipswitches.
Power switch
• Turn switch 5 OFF
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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2.7
Measures against Noise on the MX100 Data
Acquisition Unit
2
Integrating A/D Converter
MX100 input modules employ integrating A/D converter for converting the measured
analog signals into digital signals. The integrating A/D converter integrates the
measured values at the specified time width. If the specified time spacing matches the
period of the signal you wish to reject, the signal is rejected.
Cancelled out
Input voltage
(instantaneous value)
DC voltage (average value)
Integration time
For example, if the integration time is 20 ms, signals having frequencies of 50 Hz and
integer multiples of 50 Hz can be rejected. Likewise, if the integration time is 16.67 ms,
signals having frequencies of 60 Hz and integer multiples of 60 Hz can be rejected. If
the integration time is 100 ms, signals having 10 Hz and integer multiples of 10 Hz can
be rejected. The commercial power supply is one of the noise sources. By setting these
integration times, commercial power noise of 50 Hz or 60 Hz can be eliminated.
The table below shows the integration times assigned to the MX100.
4-CH, High-Speed Universal Input Module
Measurement
Interval
10 ms
50 ms
100 ms
200 ms
500 ms
1s
2, 5,10, 20, 30, 60 s
Integration
Time
1.67 ms
16.67 ms
20 ms
Auto
Rejected Frequencies and Notes
600 Hz and its integer multiples, temperature measurement not possible
60 Hz and its integer multiples
50 Hz and its integer multiples
Automatically detects the power supply frequency and set 16.67 or 20 ms
36.67 ms 50 Hz and 60 Hz and their integer multiples
100 ms
10 Hz and its integer multiples
200 ms
Low-pass filter with Fc = 5 Hz
10-CH, Middle-Speed Universal Input Module
Measurement
Interval
100 ms
200 ms
500 ms
Integration
Time
Rejected Frequencies and Notes
1.67 ms
600 Hz and its integer multiples*
16.67 ms
20 ms
Auto
36.67 ms
100 ms
60 Hz and its integer multiples
50 Hz and its integer multiples
Automatically detects the power supply frequency and set 16.6 or 20 ms
50 Hz and 60 Hz and their integer multiples
10 Hz and its integer multiples
1s
2s
5s
200 ms
Low-pass filter with Fc = 5 Hz
10, 20, 30, 60 s
* Because the power supply frequency noise is not rejected, measured values may fluctuate particularly for
temperature measurements using thermocouples. If this happens, make the measurement interval longer,
or use the 4-CH High-Speed Universal Input Module.
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Installation and Wiring
Technical Information described below is available as reference material on measures
against noise.
• Noise Interference on Recorder (TI 4D5B1-80E)
Describes the fundamentals concerning noise and its countermeasures in two parts:
basic edition and application edition.
• MX100 Performance Specifications (TI 04M08B01-00E)
Describes in detail the functions related to noise rejection specific to the MX100 Data
Acquisition Unit.
This section briefly describes the integrating A/D converter and the first-order lag filter
that the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit employs as measures against noise.
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2.7 Measures against Noise on the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit
First-Order Lag Filter
For noise sources other than power supply noise, the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit is
equipped with a first-order lag filter having output characteristics indicated in the figure
below against step input. The time constant of the first-order lag filter can be selected on
the PC software (MX100 Standard Software, MXLOGGER (sold separately), or the API
for the MX100/DARWIN (sold separately)).
Step input
100%
Output characteristics
63.2% of the output value
0%
Time constant
Measurement Interval (s)
Selectable Time Constants (s)
n=5
n=10
n=20
n=25
n=40
n=50
n=100
0.01
0.05
0.1
0.2
0.25
0.4
0.5
1
0.05
0.25
0.5
1
1.25
2
2.5
5
0.1
0.5
1
2
2.5
4
5
10
0.2
1
2
4
5
8
10
20
0.5
2.5
5
10
12.5
20
25
50
1
5
10
20
25
40
50
100
2
10
20
40
50
80
100
200
5
25
50
100
125
200
250
500
10
50
100
200
250
400
500
1000
20
100
200
400
500
800
1000
2000
30
150
300
600
750
1200
1500
3000
60
300
600
1200
1500
2400
3000
6000
If the first-order lag filter is applied to the input signal, low-pass filter frequency
characteristics shown in the figure below are attained.
Cutoff frequency
Attenuation Pass band Cutoff band
0dB
–3dB
Frequency
If the time constant of the first-order lag filter is set long, the cutoff frequency is lowered,
and frequency bandwidth that can be rejected is widened. Set an appropriate time
constant according to the frequency of the noise you wish to reject.
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2.8
Handling of the CF Card
2
Handling Precautions of the CF Card
Inserting the CF Card
To insert the CF card into the card slot, open the slot cover and face the card’s front side
to the right.
Slot cover
Card slot
Front side of
the CF card
Ejecting the CF Card
Be sure to check that the CF card is not being access before ejecting the card from the
slot. When the CF card is being accessed, the 7-segment LED indicates this fact (see
page 1-8).
To eject the CF card, open the slot cover while touching the metal for discharging the
static electricity, and press the eject lever once. Then, press the eject lever that came
out once again, and remove the CF card from the slot.
Access stop switch
Slot cover
Eject lever
Metal for discharging the static electricity
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If it is difficult to press the eject lever with your finger, use an object with a narrow tip such
as a pen as shown in the figure above.
Do not close the slot cover by force when the eject lever is out. Doing so can damage the CF
card slot. When not using the eject lever, push the lever in so that the slot cover can be closed.
If you need to eject the CF card while it is being accessed (when the operation mode is
backup), open the slot cover, and press the access stop switch (see the figure above) at
the top section of the slot. After the data save operation to the CF card stops (the
operation mode on the 7-segment LED described on page 1-7 changes from backup to
measurement), eject the CF card.
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Installation and Wiring
Note the following points when using the CF card. For the general handling precautions
of the CF card, see the instruction manual that came with the CF card.
• The CF card is a precision electronic device. Do not use or store the CF card in an
environment with strong static electricity or environment where electric noise tends to
appear.
• Do not remove the CF card from the card slot while data is being written. Doing so
can damage or erase the data.
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Chapter 3 Troubleshooting and Maintenance
3.1
1
Error Display on the 7-Segment LED and
Corrective Actions
2
SW
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
POWER
10BASE - T
100BASE - TX
100 - 240V AC
70VA MAX
50/60Hz
7-segment LED
4
If servicing is necessary, or if the instrument is not operating correctly after performing
the corrective actions below, contact your nearest YOKOGAWA dealer.
Errors at Power ON
The left and right digits of the 7-segment LED display “b” and an error code, respectively.
The LED illuminates.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Reference Page
The display is b* (where * is any character
other than F)
The dipswitch settings are not correct.
Turn OFF the power, remove the CF card, turn ON all
dipswitches, and power up again. If the situation does not
change, servicing is required.
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The display is bF.
The dipswitch settings are not correct.
Powering up in setup reset mode. Turn OFF the power, turn
ON all dipswitches, and power up again. Since all settings
such as the IP address are initialized, reconfiguration is
necessary.
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System Errors
The left and right digits of the 7-segment LED display “F” and an error code, respectively.
The LED illuminates.
Display
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
F0
System ROM error.
Servicing required.
–
F1
SRAM error.
Servicing required.
–
F2
EEPROM error.
Servicing required.
–
F3
Error in the internal battery of the
main module.
Servicing required.
However, this error is also displayed immediately after
the battery is replaced.
If this happens, power-cycle the MX100.
–
F4
Ethernet controller error.
Servicing required.
–
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DATA ACQUISITION UNIT
ETHERNET
Do not operate without reading safety precaution in users manual.
The main module has a two-digit 7-segment LED as shown in the figure below. The 7segment LED displays the system status. This section describes the displays on the 7segment LED when errors occur on the system and their corrective actions. For normal
displays other than errors, see pages 1-7 and 1-8.
Reference Page
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3.1 Error Display on the 7-Segment LED and Corrective Actions
Module Errors
The left and right digits of the 7-segment LED display “E” and an error code,
respectively. The LED illuminates.
In the case of module errors, the error number and the corresponding module number
are displayed alternately as shown in the figure below.
Error number
Module number
Display
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Reference Page
E0
Range information error.
Servicing required.
–
E1
Calibration value error.
Recalibrate the module.
*
If the error occurs even after recalibrating, servicing is required.
E2
Calibration reference voltage is
not correct.
(during calibration)
Check whether the correct calibration reference voltage is
being applied or whether the channel to which the voltage is
applied is correct.
E3
Error in writing the calibration value. Servicing required.
–
E4
The installed module cannot
be used.
–
Replace the module with one that can be used.
*
* See the MX100 Standard Software User’s Manual.
Media-Related Errors.
The left and right digits of the 7-segment LED display “P” and an error code,
respectively. The LED blinks. The error code is saved to the log file (see page 1-9).
Display
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Reference Page
P0
Manipulated the CF card while
it was being accessed.
Do not manipulate the CF card while it is being accessed.
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P1
CF card error.
The CF card may not be formatted or may be damaged.
Check the CF card.
–
P2
The CF card was not formatted
correctly.
Insert the CF card into the CF card slot and format the card
again, or replace with another CF card.
*
P3
Not enough free space on the
CF card.
Delete unneeded data to increase the free space, or replace
with another CF card.
*
P4
The number of files saved on the
CF card exceeded 512.
Delete unneeded files to decrease the number of files, or
replace with another CF card.
*
P5
Overwrite error in the data
storage buffer
The time needed to store the file must be reduced.
Delete unneeded files to secure more free space, or format
the CF card.
If you are using a software application through the MX100/
DARWIN API, the timeout setting may not be appropriate.
If so, change the value to an appropriate value.
*
* See the MX100 Standard Software User’s Manual.
Communication Errors
The left and right digits of the 7-segment LED display “C” and an error code,
respectively. The LED blinks.
Display
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Reference Page
C1
Multiple connection error.
Disconnect the current connection and reconnect.
However, this error may also appear when the Ethernet
cable is removed and inserted again.
*
*
3-2
See the MX100 Standard Software User’s Manual.
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Troubleshooting
If servicing is necessary, or if the module is not operating correctly after performing the
following corrective actions, contact your nearest YOKOGAWA dealer as listed on the
back cover of this manual.
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The 7-segment LED does not illuminate.
Corrective Action
Reference Page
The power switch is not ON.
Turn ON the power switch.
2-9
The supply voltage is too low.
Check whether the voltage is within the supply voltage rating range.
2-9
The fuse is blown.
Servicing required.
–
The power supply is broken.
Servicing required.
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Probable Cause
4
The 7-segment LED repeats blinking.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Reference Page
The power supply is shorted inside
the input/output module.
Remove the input/output module one bye one and determine the
broken module. (Servicing required.)
–
The power supply is shorted inside
the main module.
Replace the main module.
(Servicing required.)
2-4
The MX100 cannot be detected from the PC or cannot be detected with the Search button.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Reference Page
The LINK LED does not turn ON.
The cable is broken.
Replace the Ethernet cable.
2-12
The LINK LED does not turn ON.
There is a problem with the hub.
Check the hub’s power supply. If it still does not work, replace the hub 2-11, 2-12
and check the hub’s operation.
Also, try to connect the MX100 using the 10-Mbps fixed mode.
The LINK LED does not turn ON.
There is a problem with the PC.
Check whether the PC can connect to the network.
Replace the PC’s NIC.
The ACT LED does not turn ON.
There is a problem in the
connection between the hub
and the MX100.
Check the hub’s power supply. If it still does not work, replace the hub 2-11, 2-12
and check the hub’s operation.
Also, try to connect the MX100 using the 10-Mbps fixed mode.
The ACT LED does not turn ON.
There is a problem with the PC.
Check whether the PC can connect to the network.
Replace the PC’s NIC.
There is a problem in the network
configuration.
The settings are not correct.
Check that the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway settings *
of the PC correspond to the MX100 settings.
There is a problem in the network
configuration.
The setting changes have not
taken effect.
Turn OFF the power to the PC and the MX100, and carry out
reconnection.
*
There is a problem in the software
created using the MX100/DARWIN
API.
Check whether the connection can be made using the MX100
Standard Software.
*
The PC and the MX100 are not
in the same segment.
Connect the PC and the MX100 in the same network segment.
If the PC and the MX100 are connected as shown in the following figure,
the Search button cannot be used to detect the MX100. You can make
the connection by manually specifying the IP address of the MX100.
*
2-12
2-12
MX
Network A
Router
Network B
PC
* See the MX100 Standard Software User’s Manual.
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3.2 Troubleshooting
The MX100 can be detected using the Search button, but connection fails.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Reference Page
The IP address is set to the default value.
The default value cannot be used to make
the connection.
Set the correct IP address.
*
There is a problem in the network configuration. Check that the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway *
settings of the PC and the MX100 settings are correct.
* See the MX100 Standard Software User’s Manual.
The Calibratior cannot connect to the MX100.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Attempting to make multiple connections.
Close all other software programs such as the MX100
Another software program such as the MX100 Standard Software.
Standard Software is already connected.
Reference Page
*
* See the MX100 Standard Software User’s Manual.
The connected input/output module is not detected.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Reference Page
Module connection or module startup error.
Turn OFF the power. Detach the input/output module once
Attached the module while the power was ON. and attach it again.
2-4, 2-9
Carried out an incorrect calibration.
*
Recalibrate.
* See the MX100 Standard Software User’s Manual.
The measured value is not correct.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
The input wiring is not correct.
Check the input wiring.
Reference Page
2-7
The measured value indicates +Over or –Over. Change to an appropriate setting.
The measurement range setting and input range
do not match.
*
The temperature error is large or is unstable.
The TC type setting and the type
actually connected are different.
Change to the correct setting.
*
The temperature error is large or is unstable.
The RJC setting is not correct.
Change to the correct setting.
*
The temperature error is large or is unstable.
The wind is hitting the terminals.
Block the wind from hitting the terminals.
–
The temperature error is large or is unstable.
The ambient temperature change is drastic.
Suppress changes in the ambient temperature such as by
placing the MX100 in a box.
–
The temperature error is large or is unstable.
There is an error in the wiring resistance
(in the case of an RTD).
Match the thickness and length of the three wires.
2-7
The measurement error is large or is unstable. Take measures against noise.
Noise effects.
2-13
The measurement error is large or is unstable. Reduce the signal source resistance such as by inserting
Effects from the signal source resistance.
a converter.
–
The temperature error is large or is unstable.
Effects from parallel connections.
–
Stop parallel connections.
Do not use the burnout setting.
* See the MX100 Standard Software User’s Manual.
Alarms are not output.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Reference Page
There is a problem in the alarm setting.
Both the alarm and output relay must be set.
Make the alarm and output relay settings appropriate.
*
* See the MX100 Standard Software User’s Manual.
The CF card is not detected.
3-4
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Reference Page
There is a problem with the CF card.
Replace the CF card.
Eject and format the CF card. Then, insert it again.
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3.3
Calibration
Calibration of the Measurement Range of the DC Voltage and RTD
Calibration Procedure
1.
Wire the universal input module and the calibration instrument as shown in the
figure below, and adequately warm up the MX100 Data Acquisition Units (the
warm-up time of the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit is at least 30 minutes).
2.
Check that the operating environment such as ambient temperature and
humidity is within the standard operating conditions (see sections 4.4 and 4.5).
3.
Connect the PC and the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit so that communication is
possible. Start the Calibratior of the MX Standard Software, and then start the
calibration.
For the operating procedure of the Calibratior, see the MX Standard Software
User’s Manual (IM MX180-01E).
Wiring Diagram
• When calibrating the DC voltage range of the 4-CH, High-Speed Universal Input
module
100Vpk MAX TO
250V MAX CH TO CH
600V MAX TO
When calibrating a range other than 0 V
100Vpk MAX TO
250V MAX CH TO CH
600V MAX TO
* Carry out calibration for each input terminal.
Input terminal
+
Short
–
Input terminal
+
–
+
-
DC voltage standard
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Required Instruments
• DC voltage standard
Must meet the following specifications (5520A by FLUKE or equivalent):
Output range: 20 mV to 100 V
Accuracy in the output range: ±(0.005% + 1 µV) or less
• Decade resistance box
Must meet the following specifications (Model 2793-01 by Yokogawa M&C
Corporation or equivalent)
Resistance range: 0.1 to 500 Ω
Accuracy in the resistance range: ±(0.01% + 2 mΩ)
Resolution: 0.001 Ω
When calibrating 0 V
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Troubleshooting and Maintenance
It is recommended that the MX100 be calibrated once a year to assure its measurement
accuracy. A calibration instrument with an appropriate accuracy and resolution is
required for calibrating the MX100. For information on purchasing the calibration
instruments, contact your nearest YOKOGAWA dealer.
For details regarding calibration, contact your nearest YOKOGAWA dealer for details.
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3.3 Calibration
• When calibrating the RTD range of the 4-CH, High-Speed Universal Input module
When calibrating a range other than 0 Ω
When calibrating 0 Ω
100Vpk MAX TO
250V MAX CH TO CH
600V MAX TO
100Vpk MAX TO
250V MAX CH TO CH
600V MAX TO
* Carry out calibration for each input terminal.
Input terminal
Input terminal
A
B
A
B
Short
b
b
Make the resistance of
three lead wires equal.
Decade resistance box
• When calibrating the DC voltage range of the 10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input
module
Short the input terminal of CH1 (apply 0 V)
+
+
–
–
Input terminal
of CH2
+
-
DC voltage standard
• When calibrating the RTD range of the 10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input module
Short the input terminal of CH3 (connect 0 Ω)
A
B
b
A
B
b
Make the resistance of
three lead wires equal.
When calibrating the RTD (1 mA) 600 mV
range, connect 300 Ω to the input terminal
of CH5.*
Decade resistance box
* When calibrating the RTD (1 mA) 60 mV range, connect 60 Ω to the input terminal of CH6.
When calibrating the RTD (1 mA) 200 mV range, connect 200 Ω to the input terminal of CH4.
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1
Calibration of Temperature Measurements using Thermocouples
Required Instruments
• DC voltage standard
Must meet the following specifications (5520A by FLUKE or equivalent):
Output accuracy: ±(0.005% + 1 µV) or less
• 0°C standard temperature device
Must meet the following specifications (ZC-114/ZA-10 by Coper Electronics or
equivalent)
Standard temperature stability accuracy: ±0.05°C or less
2
3
Wiring Diagram
Thermocouple wires or
4-CH, High-Speed Universal
Copper wires TC extension wires
Input Module*
100Vpk MAX TO
250V MAX CH TO CH
600V MAX TO
* Make a similar
connection in the
Medium-Speed
Universal Input
Module.
Input terminal
+
–
+
-
Copper
wires
DC voltage standard
Thermocouple
wires
Cold junction
0°C standard temperature device
Note
•
•
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Unlike the range calibration of the DC voltage or RTD, the input section cannot be
adjusted in the calibration of the temperature measurement on the MX100 Data
Acquisition Unit using thermocouples, If the accuracy specifications (see sections 4.4 and
4.5) are not met by the calibration of the temperature measurement using thermocouples,
carefully check the input error and other factors, and contact your nearest YOKOGAWA
dealer.
If errors exist in the thermocouple wires and TC extension wires, correct calibration is not
possible. Be sure to use a calibrated thermocouple.
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Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Reference Junction Compensation of Thermocouple Input
As the input terminal of the universal input module is generally at room temperature, the
actual output of the thermocouple is different from the values given on the
thermoelectromotive force table based on 0 °C. The universal input module performs
compensation by measuring the temperature at the input terminal and adding the
corresponding thermoelectromotive force to the actual output of the thermocouple.
Therefore, when the measurement terminal is shorted (equivalent to the case when the
detector tip is 0 °C), the measured value indicates the temperature of the input terminal.
When calibrating the universal input module, this compensation voltage
(thermoelectromotive force of 0 °C reference corresponding to the input terminal
temperature) must be subtracted from the output of the standard generator before
application. As shown in the figure, by using the 0°C standard temperature device to
compensate the reference junction at 0 °C, you can input the thermoelectromotive force
of 0 °C reference from the DC voltage standard and perform the calibration.
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3.4
Maintenance of Parts
The MX100 does not have parts that need periodic replacement.
However, the main module (MX100) uses expendable parts as indicated in the table
below. There are no replacement services for the parts listed.
If you are to use the MX100 for an extended time, repair or repurchase the main module
by referring to the service life of the parts and taking into consideration the actual usage
conditions.
Part Name
Service Life
Note
Lithium battery
Approx. 10 years
When used under standard operating
conditions.
One battery is used.
Aluminum electrolytic capacitor
Approx. 10 years
When used under standard operating
conditions.
Note
The main module also has a fuse, but the customer cannot replace it. If the fuse blows,
contact your nearest YOKOGAWA dealer for repairs.
[Reference] Fuse rating
Maximum rated voltage: 250 V, maximum rated current: 3.15 A, type: time lag (T)
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3.5
MX100 Maintenance and Test Using
Communication Commands
2
Connecting the Main Module and the PC
See “Connection Procedure” in section 2.6, “Connecting the Ethernet Cable.”
Setting the Terminal Emulator
When carrying out maintenance and test of the MX100 using communication commands,
set the terminal emulator as indicated below. Specify the IP address of the MX100 and a
port number of 34317 for the destination of the terminal emulator.
• Local echo: ON
• Line feed code of the transmit data: CR+LF
List of Maintenance/Test Commands
Command Name
Function
con
eth
help
net
quit
Outputs TCP connection information.
Outputs statistical information of Ethernet (data link layer).
Outputs command help.
Outputs other network information.
Quits maintenance/test (drops the connection).
Specifications of the Maintenance/Test Port
Port number
34317/tcp
Transfer data
ASCII code
Line feed code (command)
CR+LF or LF
Line feed code (response)
CR+LF
Receive buffer
128 B
Transmit buffer
8192 B
Connection timeout
3 min (fixed*)
Maximum number of simultaneous connections
1
* You cannot change the connection timeout setting.
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Troubleshooting and Maintenance
The MX100 maintenance/test function is used by a network administrator to check the
communication status of the MX100.
Maintenance and Test of the MX100 using communication commands can be carried out
by connecting the main module and the PC using an Ethernet cable and using a terminal
emulator such as Telnet on the PC. The communication method is a command and
response type (a command is sent from the PC to the MX100 and a response is returned
from the MX100 to the PC). Only a single PC can connect to a single MX100.
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con Output connection information
Function
Setting
Example
Outputs a list of connection information of the devices connected to the
MX100.
con
con
EA
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Active Connections
Proto Local Address
Foreign Address
TCP
10. 0. 233. 25:34316 10. 0.232.124:1382
TCP
10. 0. 233. 25:34317 10. 0.232.124:1380
TCP
0. 0.
0. 0:34316 0. 0. 0. 0:
0
TCP
0. 0.
0. 0:34317 0. 0. 0. 0:
0
EN
Description
State
ESTABLISHED
ESTABLISHED
LISTEN
LISTEN
Outputs a list of connections in a form enclosed by EA and EN.
Proto:
Protocol used
Local Address: MX100 address and port number
Foreign Address: PC address and port number
State:
connection status (ESTABLISHED, LISTEN,
CLOSE_WAIT...)
The maximum number of connections that is output as connection
information is 24.
eth Output Ethernet statistical information
Function
Setting
Example
Outputs statistical information of the packets that flowed through the
MX100 interface (lo0: loopback device, lan0: network device). The output
value is a summed value after the MX100 is powered up.
eth
eth
EA
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Ethernet Statistics
Name
lo0
lan0
EN
Description
3-10
In Pkt In Err Out Pkt Out Err 16 Coll
0
0
0
0
0
1492
176
93
0
0
Outputs statistical information of the packets that flowed through the
interface in a form enclosed by EA and EN.
Name: Interface name (lo: loopback, lan0: Ethernet)
In Pkt: Number of received packets
In Err: Number of packets that generated receive errors
Out Pkt: Number of transmitted packets
Out Err: Number of packets that generated transmit errors
16 Coll: Number of 16 collision occurrences
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help Output help
Function
Setting
Example 1
-
echo connection status
echo ethernet statistics
echo help
echo network statistics
close this connection
Example 2
help, help
EA
help[, <command name>] - echo help
EN
Description
Outputs a command help or a description of how to use the command in a
form enclosed by EA and EN. If an invalid command is specified, an error
is output in the form “E1 Unknown command (CR+LF).”
net Output other network information
Function
Setting
Example
Outputs settings and statistical information (APP, TCP, and DLC) specific
to the MX100. The output value is a value at the time the MX100 is
powered up or a summed value after the MX100 is powered up.
net
net
EA
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Network Statistics
APP:
TCP:
TCP:
TCP:
TCP:
TCP:
TCP:
TCP:
TCP:
TCP:
TCP:
TCP:
DLC:
DLC:
EN
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applalive
keepalive
connects
closed
timeoutdrop
keepdrops
sndtotal
sndbyte
sndrexmitpack
sndrexmitbyte
rcvtotal
rcvbyte
16 collisions
speed
3
4
Command Help
con
eth
help
net
quit
EN
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Outputs command help. If a command name is specified as a parameter,
a simple explanation of its usage is output.
help[, p1]
(p1: specifies the command name for outputting help. con, eth, help, net,
or quit)
help
EA
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=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
180 min
disable
1
1
0
1
5
71
0
0
10
5
0
100 Mbps
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3.5 MX100 Maintenance and Test Using Communication Commands
Description
Outputs settings and statistical information specific to the MX100 in a form
enclosed by EA and EN.
APP: applalive:
APP keepalive check cycle.
TCP: keepalive:
TCP keepalive check cycle.
TCP: connects:
Total number of connections established.
TCP: closed:
Total number of dropped connections.
TCP: timeoutdrop:
Total number of dropped connections due to TCP
retransmission timeout (if the transmitted packet
(the unit of transmitted data) is not received, the
packet is automatically retransmitted at a
predetermined time interval. If the packet is not
received after 14 retransmissions, timeout occurs
and the connection is dropped.)
TCP: keepdrops:
Total number of dropped connections due to TCP
keepalive timeout.
TCP: sndtotal:
Total number of transmitted packets.
TCP: sndbyte:
Total number of transmitted bytes.
TCP: sndrexmitpack: Total number of retransmitted packets.
TCP: sndrexmitbyte: Total number of retransmitted bytes.
TCP: rcvtotal:
Total number of received packets.
TCP: rcvbyte:
Total number of received bytes.
DLC: 16 collisions:
Number of collisions that occurred (A collision
occurs when two or more devices on the network
attempt to transmit simultaneously. The tendency
for collisions to occur increases when the network is
congested. 16 collisions refers to 16 consecutive
collision incidents.)
DLC: speed:
Link speed
quit Quit maintenance/test (drop the connection of the device in operation)
Function
Setting
Example
Description
3-12
Drops the connection between the PC and the MX100.
quit
quit
E0
After “E0” is returned, a disconnect request (FIN) is issued from the
MX100.
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Chapter 4 Specification
4.1
Common Specifications
1
Standard Operating Conditions
Transport and Storage Conditions
Environmental conditions during transport and storage
Storage ambient temperature:
–25 to 60°C
Storage ambient humidity:
5% to 95% RH (no condensation)
Vibration:
10 to 60 Hz 4.9 m/s2 or less
Shock:
392 m/s2 or less (packaged condition)
Mechanical Specifications
External dimensions:
Weight:
Installation method:
Material:
Approx. 442 × 131 × 159 mm (when six slots are attached)
Approx. 4.1 kg (maximum total weight)
Desktop or floor, panel mount, or attached to a DIN rail
Steel plate, aluminum die-cast, molded plastic resin
Supported Standards
CSA:
UL:
CE:
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Obtained CSA22.2 No.1010.1-M1992
Obtained UL3111-1(CSA NRTL/C)
EMC directive EN61326-1
Low voltage directive
EN61010-1:1992 installation category II,
pollution degree 2
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2
3
4
Specification
Operating temperature range:
0 to 50°C
Operation humidity range:
20 to 80% RH for 0 to 40°C
10 to 50% RH for 40 to 50°C
Rated supply voltage: AC power supply, 100 to 240 VAC
Supply voltage range used:
AC power supply, 90 to 250 VAC
Power supply frequency:
50 Hz ± 2%, 60 Hz ± 2%
Power consumption: Up to approximately 70 VA maximum when six modules are used
Vibration:
10 to 60 Hz 0.2 m/s2 or less
Shock:
Not allowed
Magnetic field:
400 A/m or less (50/60 Hz)
Position:
Upright and horizontal to ground
Structure:
Not explosion-proof
Usage location:
Indoors
Operating altitude:
2000 m or less
Installation category: II (by IEC1010-1:1992)
Pollution degree:
2 (by IEC1010-1)
4.2
Main Module Specifications
Measurement
Measurement range and accuracy:
See the measurement range and accuracy given in the
specifications of each input module.
Maximum number of inputs:
60 inputs (except, up to six modules can be controlled)
Measurement interval: 10, 50, 100, 200, 500 ms, 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 30, or 60 s
Up to three types of the intervals defined for the input module can
be set (multi-interval).
Synchronization between modules:
Synchronized within the same sampling interval (in the same unit)
Synchronization between channels:
4-CH, High-Speed Universal Module: Synchronized between
channels
10-CH, Medium-Speed Module: Not synchronized between
channels (scanning type A/D converter)
Time setting:
Configured based on the time information sent from the PC at the
start of measurement
Filter function:
First-order lag filter, applicable measurement types: DC voltage,
TC, and RTD
You can select a time constant (time until 63.2% of the output
value is reached) corresponding to the sampling interval indicated
in the table below.
Time constant = measurement interval × N (where N = 5, 10, 20,
25, 40, 50, or 100)
Measurement Interval (s)
Selectable Time Constants (s)
N=5
N = 10
N = 20 N = 25 N = 40 N = 50 N = 100
0.01
0.05
0.1
0.2
0.25
0.4
0.5
1
0.05
0.25
0.5
1
1.25
2
2.5
5
0.1
0.5
1
2
2.5
4
5
10
0.2
1
2
4
5
8
10
20
0.5
2.5
5
10
12.5
20
25
50
1
5
10
20
25
40
50
100
2
10
20
40
50
80
100
200
5
25
50
100
125
200
250
500
10
50
100
200
250
400
500
1000
20
100
200
400
500
800
1000
2000
30
150
300
600
750
1200
1500
3000
60
300
600
1200
1500
2400
3000
6000
Temperature unit switching:
Switch between °C and °F
Computation
Computation performed on the main module
Difference computation between channels:
Difference computation between arbitrary channels (DC voltage,
TC, RTD, DI, and scaling)
Linear scaling:
Possible scaling ranges: DC voltage, TC, RTD, and DI
Scaling range:
–30000 to 30000
Scaling display range:
–32000 to 32000
Decimal point position: Any
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4.2 Main Module Specifications
1
Remote RJC
When the item to be measured is located at a great distance, you can setup relay
terminals near the item, measure between the relay terminal and the input terminal of the
universal input module (reference channel) using thermocouples, and use the resultant
value as the reference junction compensation of the temperature measurement. Use the
same type of thermocouple on the reference channel and the measurement channel.
2
Alarms
Data Storage
Saves measured data when communication is cut off while recording measured data on
the PC
Supported external media: CF card (up to 2 GB) Type II × 1 slot (Type I can be used)
Save trigger:
When the timeout time elapses after the communication is
cut off while recording measured data on the PC (the timeout
time refers to the time from the point when the
communication between the PC and MX100 is disconnected
and acquisition of measured data is stopped to the point
when data storage to the CF card starts, the setting is 60 s)
Save mode:
The following two modes are available for the save operation
when communication is disconnected.
Rotary:
Retains the most-recent measured data. Data is saved while
securing free space. Saves data to up to 30 files while
deleting files in order from the file with the oldest time stamp
in the root directory (subdirectories are not applicable). The
data that is deleted is not necessarily a MX100 file. If free
space cannot be secured or when securing of free space
takes extended time, an error is indicated on the 7-segment
LED. For details, see “Media-Related Errors” in section 3.1.
FullStop:
Retains the oldest measured data. Stops saving data when
there is no more free space on the CF card.
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4
Specification
Alarms available on the main module (active even when communication is disconnected)
Alarm types:
Upper limit, lower limit, differential upper limit, and differential
lower limit
Number of settings:
Two items per channel
Alarm setting range:
DCV, TC, RTD, DI, and scaling
Hysteresis:
Alarm ON/OFF values are set arbitrarily.
Number of alarm outputs: 10 to 60 outputs (10 points per DO module)
Output mode:
Energized/De-energized, OR*, hold/non-hold, and command
output**
* OR of 1 ch can be used on the MX100 Standard Software
** At least 100 ms is required for the response time for
detecting changes in the command output.
4.2 Main Module Specifications
Status detection:
There are two types of statuses.
CF card inserted: yes/no, CF card use: yes/no
• When the CF card is not inserted:
Inserted: No, Use: No
• When the CF card is inserted:
Inserted: Yes, Use: Yes
• When an error is occurring:
Inserted: Yes, Use: No
• After pressing the access stop switch**:
Inserted: Yes, Use: No
* If a media-related error occurs and the card can no longer
used, further data storage (excluding the case when a log file
can be created) is stopped. To clear this condition, press the
access stop switch (see section 2.8) and eject the CF card.
Check the contents of the CF card and log file on the PC, and
insert the CF card again.
** If you press the access stop switch and the card can no longer
be used, further data storage (excluding the creation of a log
file) is stopped. The status is automatically cleared the next
time recording is started.
Timeout time:
Default setting is 60 s (can be changed using the MX100/
DARWIN API sold separately)
To save the data so that no dropouts occur, the timeout time*
must be set appropriately. If the setting is inappropriate, an
error is indicated on the 7-segment LED, and data storage is
not performed. For details on the display on the 7-segment
LED, see “Media-Related Errors” in section 3.1.
*
Saved channels:
Save interval:
File size:
Data size per channel:
File name:
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Timeout time setting (guideline)
Timeout time [s] < 2 [MB]/(data size per second) – 20 [s]
Data size per second is the total for all measurement intervals.
Data size per second for each measurement interval
= Time 16 [bytes] + (measured value 4 [bytes] × the number of
channels)/measurement interval [s]
Example:
Measurement interval: 10 ms (1 type), number of channels: 60 ch
Data size = (16 bytes + (4 bytes×60))/(10×10–3 [s])
= 25600 bytes
Thus, the timeout time is
(2 [MB]/25600 bytes)–20 [s] = 61.9 [s] >60 [s]
Channels monitored by the PC
(Not the channels being recorded.))
60 s (automatically save using the timeout time as the save interval)
Approx. 5 MB/file (for a file with minimum measurement interval)
4 bytes/channel
MDDIXXXX.MXD
M:
Month when saving started (local time), 1-9, X
(October), Y (November), Z (December)
DD:
Data when saving started (local time), 1-31
I:
Measurement interval number, 0-2, Up to three types in
order from the shortest measurement interval
If the measurement interval is the same even when the
measurement group is different, the data is saved to a
single file of the same measurement interval number.
XXXX: Sequence number 0000-9999
MXD: Extension (upper-case characters) specific to the
MX100
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4.2 Main Module Specifications
Guarantee of data during power failure:
Writing of data up to immediately before the power failure is
guaranteed.
(Saving (backup) is not continued after the power failure
recovers.)
Equation for calculating the size of the saved file:
Size of the saved file bytes = header size* + (data size**×write
count***)
Guideline of the sample time for the different CF card sizes (when one type of
measurement interval is used
Number of Measurement
Saved CHs
Interval
10 CHs
24 CHs
60 CHs
10 ms
50 ms
100 ms
200 ms
500 ms
1s
2s
10 ms
50 ms
100 ms
200 ms
500 ms
1s
2s
10 ms
50 ms
100 ms
200 ms
500 ms
1s
2s
Capacity of the CF card
32 MB
64 MB
128 MB
256 MB
(6 files)
(12 files)
(25 files)
(51 files)
18 hours
9 hours
4 hours
2 hours
3 days
45 hours
21 hours
10 hours
7 days
3.5 days
43 hours
21 hours
15 days
7 days
3 days
43 hours
38 days
18.5 days
9 days
4.5 days
77 days
37 days
18 days
9 days
154 days
75.5 days
36 days
18 days
7 hours
3.5 hours
54 min. 1 hour40 min.
38 hours
18 hours
9 hours
4 hours
77 hours
37 hours
18 hours
9 hours
6 days
75 hours
36 hours
18 hours
16 days
7.5 days
3 days
45 hours
32 days
15 days
7 days
3 days
64 days
31.5 days
15 days
7.5 days
1 hour15 min. 3 hours
40 min.
18 min.
15 hours
7 hours
3 hours
1 hour
30 hours
15 hours
7 hours
3.5 hours
2 days
30 hours
14 hours
7 hours
6 days
3 days
36 hours
18 hours
12 days
6 days
3 days
36 hours
25 days
12.5 days
6 days
3 days
512 MB
(102 files)
36 hours
7 days
15 days
30 days
75.5 days
154 days
303 days
15 hours
77 hours
6 days
12 days
31.5 days
64 days
126 days
5 hours
30 hours
2.5 days
5 days
12.5 days
25 days
50 days
Display
LED:
Ethernet communication status (LINK, ACT)
Two-digit 7-segment LED: Status of the MX100 Data Acquisition Unit (unit number,
operation status, and error indication)
Communications
Interface:
Connector type:
Protocol:
Transmission function:
Reception function:
TCP connection timeout:
IM MX100-01E
Ethernet (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
RJ-45
TCP, IP, UDP, ARP, and ICMP
Transmits measured values and settings
Receives settings
If there is no packet exchange over three minutes (not
configurable) when using TCP, a connection timeout occurs.
This timeout mainly occurs when using the MX100/DARWIN
API (software sold separately).
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2
3
4
Specification
* Header size = 416 [bytes] + 176×the number of saved channels
** Data size = 4 [bytes]×the number of saved channels×sample count
Sample count = Save interval [s]/measurement interval [s]
*** Write count = ((5 [MB] – header size)/(data size)) truncated to an integer
Example:
Measurement interval: 10 ms, number of channels: 24 ch
Header size = 416 [bytes] + 176 [bytes]×24 = 4640 [bytes]
Data size = 4 [bytes]×24×(60 [s]/0.01 [s]) = 576000 [bytes]
Write count = (5 [MB] – 4640 [bytes])/576000 [bytes] = 9.1 ≈ 9
Thus, the file size is
4640 [bytes] + (576000 [bytes]×9) = 5188640 [bytes]
1
4.2 Main Module Specifications
Other Functions
Time function:
Normally operations on the PC’s clock
Backup function available (records the times of the data
using time stamps of the main module when communication
is cut off)
Internal clock accuracy:
±100 ppm
Dipswitches:
Used to initialize settings, etc. (number of switches: 8)
Access stop switch for the CF card:
Closes the file to which data is being written on the CF card
Saves the log file.
General Specifications
Power consumption:
Insulation resistance:
Approx. 8 W
20 MΩ or more at 500 VDC between the power supply
terminal and earth terminal
1500 VAC (50/60 Hz) for one minute between the power
supply terminal and earth terminal
Approx. 92 (W) × 131 (H) × 137 (D) mm
Approx. 0.85 kg
Withstand voltage:
External dimensions:
Weight:
External Dimensions
Unit: mm
136.7
131
92
If not specified, the tolerance is ±3%. However, in cases of less than 10 mm, the
tolerance is ±0.3 mm.
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4.3
Base Plate Specifications
1
Number of main modules that can be attached:
1 (always attached)
Number of input/output modules that can be attached:
1 to 6 (specified by the suffix code)
External dimensions: Approx. 118 to 408 (W) × 75 (H) × 35 (D) mm
Weight:
Approx. 0.37 kg (1 main module, for connecting six input/output
modules)
External Dimensions
3
4
MX150-1, -2, -3, -4, -5, -6
407.5 (1 main module, for connecting six input/output modules)
58 pitches in between
117.5 (1 main module, for connecting one input/output module)
75
22.5
34.6
If not specified, the tolerance is ±3%. However, in cases of less than 10 mm, the
tolerance is ±0.3 mm.
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Specification
Unit: mm
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4.4
4-CH, High-Speed Universal Input Module
Specifications
Type of measurement: DC voltage, TC, RTD, DI (contact, LEVEL)
Number of inputs:
4 inputs
Input method:
Floating unbalanced input, insulation between channels
A/D resolution:
16 bits (±20000/±6000)
Measurement range and accuracy:
The accuracy applies to standard operating conditions: ambient
temp: 23±2°C, ambient humidity: 55±10% RH, supply voltage: 90
to 250 VAC, power frequency: 50/60 Hz ± 1%, warm-up time: at
least 30 minutes, without adverse conditions such as vibrations.
Input
Measurement
Range
Type
Thermocouple
(excludes RJC accuracy, when burnout
is OFF)
20 mV
60 mV
200 mV
DC voltage 2 V
6V
20 V
100 V
R1
S1
RTD
(Measurement
current: 1 mA)
6
7
8
9
4-8
–20.000 to 20.000 mV
–60.00 to 60.00 mV
–200.00 to 200.00 mV
–2.0000 to 2.0000 V
–6.000 to 6.000 V
–20.000 to 20.000 V
–100.00 to 100.00 V
0.0 to 1760.0°C
B1
0.0 to 1820.0°C
K1
–200.0 to 1370.0°C
E1
Measurement Accuracy
Integration Time: 16.67 ms
or More
Measurement Accuracy
Integration Time: 1.67 ms
±(0.1% of rdg + 25digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 5 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2 digits)
±(0.1% of rdg + 10digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 5 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 1°C)
Except 0 to 100°C: ±3.7°C, 100 to
300°C: ±1.5°C for R and S;
400 to 600°C: ±2°C, less than
400°C: not guaranteed for B
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.7°C)
Except –200°C to –100°C:
Not measurable
±(0.05% of rdg + 1°C)
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.5°C)
Except –200°C to –100°C:
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.7°C) for J and L
–200.0 to 800.0°C
–200.0 to 1100.0°C
1
T
–200.0 to 400.0°C
2
L
–200.0 to 900.0°C
U
–200.0 to 400.0°C
N3
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.7°C)
0.0 to 1300.0°C
W4
±(0.05% of rdg + 1°C)
0.0 to 2315.0°C
KPvsAu7Fe
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.7K)
0.0 to 300.0K
Pt1005
Not measurable
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.3°C)
–200.0 to 600.0°C
JPt1005
–200.0 to 550.0°C
Pt100 (high res.) –140.00 to 150.00°C ±(0.05% of rdg + 0.3°C)
Not measurable
JPt100 (high res.) –140.00 to 150.00°C
Ni100 SAMA6
–200.0 to 250.0°C
Ni100 DIN6
Not measurable
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.3°C)
–60.0 to 180.0°C
7
Ni120
–70.0 to 200.0°C
5
Pt100
Not measurable
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.3°C)
–200.0 to 250.0°C
JPt1005
–200.0 to 250.0°C
Pt100 (high res.) –140.00 to 150.00°C ±(0.05% of rdg + 0.3°C)
Not measurable
JPt100 (high res.) –140.00 to 150.00°C
Pt505
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.3°C)
–200.0 to 550.0°C
Cu10 GE8
–200.0 to 300.0°C
Cu10 L&N8
Not measurable
±(0.1% of rdg + 0.7°C)
–200.0 to 300.0°C
Cu10 WEED8
–200.0 to 300.0°C
Cu10 BAILEY8
–200.0 to 300.0°C
J263B
Not measurable
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.3K)
0.0 to 300.0K
Level
Threshold level accuracy: ±0.1 V
Vth = 2.4 V
DI
Contact input
ON for 100 Ω or less, OFF for 10 kΩ or more9
R, S, B, K, E, J, T: ANSI, IEC 584, DIN IEC 584, JIS C 1602-1981
L: Fe-CuNi, DIN43710/U: Cu-CuNi, DIN 43710
N: Nicrosil-Nisil, IEC 584, DIN IEC 584
W: W•5%RE-W•26%Re (Hoskins Mfg Co)
Pt50: JIS C 1604-1981, JIS C 1606-1986/Pt100: JIS C 1604-1989, JIS C 1606-1989, IEC 751, DIN IEC 751/
JPt100: JIS C 1604-1981, JIS C 1606-1989
SAMA/DIN
McGRAW EDISON COMPANY
Guaranteed accuracy range Cu10 GE: –84.4 to 170.0°C/Cu10 L&N: –75.0 to 150.0°C/Cu10 WEED: –20.0 to 250.0°C/
Cu10 BAILEY: –20.0 to 250.0°C
Measured using a measurement current of approximately 1 mA at 2-V range. Threshold level is approximately 0.8 V.
RTD
(Measurement
current: 2 mA)
1
2
3
4
5
Rated
Measurement
Range
J1
Highest
Resolution
(1 Digit)
1 µV
10 µV
10 µV
100 µV
1 mV
1 mV
10 mV
0.1°C
0.1K
0.1°C
0.01°C
0.1°C
0.1°C
0.01°C
0.1°C
0.1K
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4.4 4-CH, High-Speed Universal Input Module Specifications
1
The inputs indicated below can be used on MXLOGGER or MX100/DARWIN API
(software sold separately.
Input
RTD
(Measurement
current: 1 mA)
RTD
(Measurement
current: 2 mA)
60 mV (high res.)
1V
6 V (high res.)
PLATINEL
PR40-20
Rated
Measurement
Range
0.000 to 60.000 mV
–1.0000 to 1.0000 V
0.0000 to 6.0000 V
0.0 to 1400.0°C
0.0 to 1900.0°C
NiNiMo
WRe3-25
0.0 to 1310.0°C
0.0 to 2400.0°C
W/WRe26
0.0 to 2400.0°C
Type-N(AWG14)
Pt100 (high
noise resistance)
JPt100 (high
noise resistance)
Cu10 at 20°C
alpha = 0.00392
Cu10 at 20°C
alpha = 0.00393
Cu25 at 0°C
alpha = 0.00425
Cu53 at 0°C
alpha = 0.00426035
Cu100 at 0°C
alpha = 0.00425
Pt25(JPt100*1/4)
Cu10 GE
(high resolution)
Cu10 L&N
(high resolution)
Cu10 WEED
(high resolution)
Cu10 BAILEY
(high resolution)
Pt100 (noise
resistance)
JPt100 (noise
resistance)
0.0 to 1300.0°C
–200.0 to 600.0°C
Measurement Accuracy
Integration Time: 16.67 ms
or More
Measurement Accuracy
Integration Time: 1.67 ms
Highest
Resolution
(1 Digit)
1 µV
100 µV
100 µV
±(0.05% of rdg + 20digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 20digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 1°C)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2.5°C)
Except 300 to 700°C: ±6°C
less than 300°C: not guaranteed
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.7°C)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2°C)
Except 0 to 200°C: ±2.5°C
2000°C or higher:
±(0.05% of rdg + 4°C)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2°C)
Except 100 to 300°C: ±4°C
less than 100°C: not guaranteed
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.7°C)
±(0.1% of rdg + 100 digits)
±(0.1% of rdg + 10 digits)
±(0.1% of rdg + 100 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.3°C)
Not measurable
0.1°C
±(0.1% of rdg + 0.7°C)
Not measurable
0.1°C
±(0.1% of rdg + 0.5°C)
Not measurable
0.1°C
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.3°C)
Not measurable
0.1°C
±(0.1% of rdg + 0.5°C)
Not measurable
0.1°C
±(0.1% of rdg + 0.7°C)
Not measurable
0.1°C
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.3°C)
Not measurable
0.1°C
3
Not measurable
0.1°C
4
–200.0 to 550.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–50.0 to 150.0°C
–50.0 to 150.0°C
–200.0 to 550.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 250.0°C
–200.0 to 250.0°C
Measurement interval, integration time, and filter:
Measurement
Interval
10 ms
50 ms
Integration
Time
1.67 ms
16.67 ms
20 ms
Auto
100 ms
36.67 ms
200 ms
100 ms
500 ms
1s
200 ms
2, 5,10, 20, 30, 60 s
Filter
Rejected Noise and Notes
Rectangular
600 Hz and its integer multiples, temperature measurement not possible
60 Hz and its integer multiples
50 Hz and its integer multiples
Automatically detects the power supply frequency and set 16.67 or 20 ms
Trapezoidal
50 Hz or 60 Hz and their integer multiples
Rectangular 10 Hz and its integer multiples
Cos
Fc = 5-Hz low-pass filter
Reference junction compensation:
Switch between external and internal on each channel, remote RJC
function available (see page 4-3)
Reference junction compensation accuracy:
When measuring temperature greater than or equal to 0 °C and
when the temperature of the input terminal is balanced
Type R, S, and W: ±1°C
Type K, J, E, T, N, L, U: ±0.5°C
Type N (AWG14), PLATINEL, NiNiMo, WRe3-25, and W/WRe26: ±1°C
Note: The internal reference junction compensation is fixed to 0°C
for type B and PR40-20
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Specification
Thermocouple
(excludes RJC accuracy,
when burnout is OFF)
DC voltage
Measurement
Range
Type
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4.4 4-CH, High-Speed Universal Input Module Specifications
Maximum input voltage:
DC voltage at 1-V range or less, TC, RTC, and DI (contact): ±10
VDC (continuous)
Other measurement ranges: ±120 VDC (continuous)
Normal-mode voltage: DC voltage, TC, DI (LEVEL): 1.2 times the range rating or less
(50/60 Hz, peak value including the signal component)
RTD 100 Ω system: 50 mV peak
RTD 10, 25, 50 Ω systems: 10 mV peak
Normal-mode rejection ratio:
When the integration time is 16.67 ms or more: 40 dB or more
(50/60 Hz ± 0.1%)
When the integration time is 1.67 ms: 50/60 Hz is not rejected
Common-mode voltage:
600 VACrms (50/60 Hz), reinforced (double) insulation
Common-mode rejection ratio (50/60 Hz ± 0.1%, 500 Ω unbalanced, between the minus
terminal and ground):
When the integration time is 16.67 ms or more: 120 dB or more
When the integration time is 1.67 ms: 80 dB or more
Common-mode voltage between channels:
250 VACrms (50/60 Hz), reinforced (double) insulation
Noise rejection:
Rejection by the integrating A/D converter and the use of low
pass filters
Input resistance:
DC voltage at 1 V range or less, TC range: 10 MΩ or more
DC voltage at 2 V range or more: Approx. 1 MΩ
When measurement is stopped: Approx. 1 MΩ
Insulation resistance: 20 MΩ or more at 500 VDC between the input and earth
Input bias current:
10 nA or less (except for burnout setting)
Withstand voltage:
2300 VAC (50/60 Hz) for one minute between input terminals
3700 VAC (50/60 Hz) for one minute between the input terminal
and earth terminal
Input signal source resistance:
DC voltage and TC: 2 kΩ or less
RTD 50Ω and 100 Ω systems: 10 Ω or less per cable
RTD 10Ω and 25 Ω systems: 1 Ω or less per cable
Thermocouple burnout:
Superposed electric current system, detection within the
thermocouple range (detection ON/OFF possible)
Up/Down setting is possible, current approximately 100 nA
2 kΩ or more is normal, 10 MΩ or more is burned out
Effect on measurement accuracy: ±15 µV or less (excluding the
effect of signal source resistance)
Parallel capacity during RTD:
0.01 µF or less
Power consumption: Approx. 3 W
External dimensions: Approx. 57 (W) × 131 (H) × 151 (D) mm (including the terminal
cover)
Weight:
Approx. 0.5 kg
Terminal type:
Clamp, detachable per channel
Applicable wire size: 0.2 to 2.5 mm2 (AWG24 to 12)
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1
Effects of Operating Conditions
External Dimensions
Unit: mm
150.8
131
57
If not specified, the tolerance is ±3%. However, in cases of less than 10 mm, the
tolerance is ±0.3 mm.
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4-11
2
3
4
Specification
The specifications below apply when the integration time is 16.67 ms or more.
Warm-up time:
At least 30 minutes after power-up
Effects of ambient temperature:
The effect received by changes in 10°C increments of the
ambient temperature is
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.05% of range) or less
Except ±(0.2% of range + 1 digit) for Cu10Ω
Effects of power fluctuation:
Meets the accuracy specifications for AC power supply in the
range 90 to 132 V and 180 to 250 V
Effects of magnetic field:
The fluctuation for AC (50/60 Hz) and DC 400 A/m fields is
±(0.1% of rdg + 10 digits) or less
Effects from the signal source resistance:
Effects from a fluctuation of 1 kΩ in the signal source resistance
on DC voltage and thermocouple
DC voltage:
1 V range or less
±10 µV or less
2 V range or higher
±0.15% of rdg or less
Thermocouple: ±10 µV or less
Except, ±150 µV or less for burnout setting.
RTD:
Fluctuation due to 10 Ω change per cable (same
resistance for the three wires) 100 Ω system:
±0.1°C or less, other systems: ±1.0°C or less, the
fluctuation due to a difference in the resistance
between wires 40 mΩ (maximum difference
among three wires) is approximately 0.1°C (for
Pt100)
Effect of position:
Horizontal with the feet at the bottom is the rule.
Effects of vibration:
The fluctuation that results by applying a sinusoidal vibration
along all three axis at a frequency between 10 to 60 Hz and an
acceleration of 0.2 m/s2 is ±(0.1% of rdg + 1 digit) or less
4.5
10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input Module
Specifications
Type of measurement: DC voltage, TC, RTD, DI (CONT, LEVEL)
Number of inputs:
10 inputs
Input method:
Floating unbalanced input, insulation between channels (b
terminal common for RTD)
A/D resolution:
16 bits (±20000/±6000)
Measurement range and accuracy:
The accuracy applies to standard operating conditions: ambient
temp: 23±2°C, ambient humidity: 55±10% RH, supply voltage: 90
to 250 VAC, power frequency: 50/60 Hz ± 1%, warm-up time: at
least 30 minutes, without adverse conditions such as vibrations.
Input
Thermocouple
(excludes RJC accuracy, when burnout
is OFF)
DC voltage
Measurement
Range
Type
20 mV
60 mV
200 mV
2V
6V
20 V
100 V
R1
S1
Rated
Measurement
Range
–20.000 to 20.000 mV
–60.00 to 60.00 mV
–200.00 to 200.00 mV
–2.0000 to 2.0000 V
–6.000 to 6.000 V
–20.000 to 20.000 V
–100.00 to 100.00 V
0.0 to 1760.0°C
B1
0.0 to 1820.0°C
K1
–200.0 to 1370.0°C
Measurement Accuracy
Integration Time: 16.67 ms
or More
±(0.05% of rdg + 5 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 5 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 1°C)
Except 0 to 100°C: ±3.7°C, 100 to
300°C: ±1.5°C for R and S;
400 to 600°C: ±2°C, less than
400°C: not guaranteed for B
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.7°C)
Except –200°C to –100°C:
±(0.05% of rdg + 1°C)
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.5°C)
Except –200°C to –100°C:
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.7°C) for J and L
Measurement Accuracy
Integration Time: 1.67 ms
±(0.1% of rdg + 25digits)
±(0.1% of rdg + 10digits)
±(0.1% of rdg + 4°C)
Except 0 to 100°C: ±10°C, 100
to 300°C: ±5°C for R and S,
400 to 600°C: ±7°C, less than
400°C: not guaranteed for B
±(0.1% of rdg + 3.5°C)
Except –200°C to –100°C:
±(0.1% of rdg +6°C)
±(0.1% of rdg +2.5°C)
Except –200°C to –100°C:
±(0.1% of rdg + 5°C)
RTD
(Measurement
current: 1 mA)
E1
–200.0 to 800.0°C
J1
–200.0 to 1100.0°C
T1
–200.0 to 400.0°C
L2
–200.0 to 900.0°C
U
–200.0 to 400.0°C
N3
±(0.1% of rdg + 3.5°C)
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.7°C)
0.0 to 1300.0°C
W4
±(0.1% of rdg + 7 °C)
±(0.05% of rdg + 1°C)
0.0 to 2315.0°C
KPvsAu7Fe
±(0.1% of rdg + 3.5 K)
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.7K)
0.0 to 300.0K
Pt1005
±(0.1% of rdg +1.5°C)
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.3°C)
–200.0 to 600.0°C
JPt1005
–200.0 to 550.0°C
Pt100 (high res.) –140.00 to 150.00°C
±(0.1% of rdg + 1.5°C)
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.3°C)
JPt100 (high res.) –140.00 to 150.00°C
6
Ni100 SAMA
–200.0 to 25.00°C
Ni100 DIN6
±(0.1% of rdg + 1.5°C)
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.3°C)
–60.0 to 180.0°C
Ni1207
–70.0 to 200.0°C
Pt505
–200.0 to 550.0°C
Cu10 GE8
–200.0 to 300.0°C
Cu10 L&N8
±(0.2% of rdg + 5°C)
±(0.1% of rdg + 2°C)
–200.0 to 300.0°C
Cu10 WEED8
–200.0 to 300.0°C
Cu10 BAILEY8
–200.0 to 300.0°C
J263B
±(0.1% of rdg + 1.5K)
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.3K)
0.0 to 300.0K
Level
Threshold level accuracy: ±0.1 V
Vth = 2.4 V
DI
Contact input
ON for 100 Ω or less, OFF for 10 kΩ or more9
1 R, S, B, K, E, J, T: ANSI, IEC 584, DIN IEC 584, JIS C 1602-1981
2 L: Fe-CuNi, DIN43710/U: Cu-CuNi, DIN 43710
3 N: Nicrosil-Nisil, IEC 584, DIN IEC 584
4 W: W•5%RE-W•26%Re (Hoskins Mfg Co)
5 Pt50: JIS C 1604-1981, JIS C 1606-1986/Pt100: JIS C 1604-1989, JIS C 1606-1989, IEC 751, DIN IEC 751/
JPt100: JIS C 1604-1981, JIS C 1606-1989
6 SAMA/DIN
7 McGRAW EDISON COMPANY
8 Guaranteed accuracy range Cu10 GE: –84.4 to 170.0°C/Cu10 L&N: –75.0 to 150.0°C/Cu10 WEED: –20.0 to 250.0°C/
Cu10 BAILEY: –20.0 to 250.0°C
9 Measured using a measurement current of approximately 10 µA at 200-mV range. The threshold level is 0.1 V.
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Highest
Resolution
(1 Digit)
1 µV
10 µV
10 µV
100 µV
1 mV
1 mV
10 mV
0.1°C
0.1K
0.1°C
0.01°C
0.1°C
0.1K
IM MX100-01E
4.5 10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input Module Specifications
1
The inputs indicated below can be used on MXLOGGER or MX100/DARWIN API
(software sold separately.
Input
RTD
(Measurement current: 1 mA)
60 mV (high res.)
1 V (high res.)
6 V (high res.)
PLATINEL
PR40-20
Rated
Measurement
Range
0.000 to 60.000mV
–1.0000 to 1.0000V
0.0000 to 6.0000V
0.0 to 1400.0°C
0.0 to 1900.0°C
NiNiMo
WRe3-25
0.0 to 1310.0°C
0.0 to 2400.0°C
W/WRe26
0.0 to 2400.0°C
Type-N(AWG14)
Cu10 at 20°C
alpha = 0.00392
Cu10 at 20°C
alpha = 0.00393
Cu25 at 0°C
alpha = 0.00425
Cu53 at 0°C
alpha = 0.00426035
Cu100 at 0°C
alpha = 0.00425
Pt25(JPt100*1/4)
Cu10 GE
(high res.)
Cu10 L&N
(high res.)
Cu10 WEED
(high res.)
Cu10 BAILEY
(high res.)
Pt100 (noise
resistance)
JPt100 (noise
resistance)
0.0 to 1300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
Measurement Accuracy
Integration Time: 16.67 ms
or More
Measurement Accuracy
Integration Time: 1.667 ms
Highest
Resolution
(1 Digit)
1 µV
100 µV
100 µV
±(0.05% of rdg + 20 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 20 digits)
±(0.05% of rdg + 1°C)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2.5°C)
Except 300 to 700°C: ±6°C
less than 300°C: not guaranteed
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.7°C)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2°C)
Except 0 to 200°C: ±2.5°C
2000°C or higher:
±(0.05% of rdg + 4°C)
±(0.05% of rdg + 2°C)
Except 100 to 300°C: ±4°C
less than 100°C: not guaranteed
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.7°C)
±(0.1% of rdg + 100 digits)
±(0.1% of rdg + 10 digits)
±(0.1% of rdg + 100 digits)
±(0.1% of rdg + 4°C)
±(0.1% of rdg + 12°C)
Except 300 to 700°C: ±25°C
less than 300°C: not guaranteed
±(0.1% of rdg + 2.7°C)
±(0.1% of rdg + 7°C)
Except 0 to 200°C: ±12°C
2000°C or higher:
±(0.1% of rdg + 11°C)
±(0.1% of rdg + 8.5°C)
Except 100 to 300°C: ±12°C
less than 100°C: not guaranteed
±(0.1% of rdg + 3.5°C)
±(0.1% of rdg + 2°C)
±(0.2% of rdg + 5°C)
0.1°C
±(0.1% of rdg + 0.5°C)
±(0.2% of rdg + 2°C)
0.1°C
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.3°C)
±(0.1% of rdg + 1.5°C)
0.1°C
±(0.1% of rdg + 0.5°C)
±(0.2% of rdg + 2°C)
0.1°C
±(0.1% of rdg + 2°C)
±(0.2% of rdg + 5°C)
0.1°C
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.3°C)
±(0.1% of rdg + 1.5°C)
0.1°C
3
0.1°C
4
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–50.0 to 150.0°C
–50.0 to 150.0°C
–200.0 to 550.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 300.0°C
–200.0 to 600.0°C
–200.0 to 600.0°C
Measurement interval, integration time, and filter:
Measurement Integration
Interval
Time
100 ms
200 ms
1.67 ms
500 ms
16.67 ms
20 ms
Auto
36.67 ms
1s
100 ms
2s
5s
200 ms
10, 20, 30, 60 s
Burnout
Detection
Cycle
Filter
1 s*
Rejected Noise and Notes
600 Hz and its integer multiples**
Rectangular 60 Hz and its integer multiples
50 Hz and its integer multiples
Automatically detects the power supply frequency and
Measurement
set 16.67 or 20 ms
interval
Trapezoidal 50 Hz or 60 Hz and their integer multiples
Rectangular 10 Hz and its integer multiples
Cos
Fc = 5-Hz low-pass filter
*
When the measurement interval is 100 ms, burnout is detected in one channel per measurement
interval. Therefore, if measurement is started in a burnout condition or after a burnout occurs,
burnout cannot be detected for up to 10 measurements (approximately 1 second).
** Because the power supply frequency noise is not rejected, measured values may fluctuate
particularly for temperature measurements using thermocouples. If this happens, make the
measurement interval longer, or use the 4-CH High-Speed Universal Input Module.
Reference junction compensation:
Switch between external and internal on each channel, remote
RJC function available (see page 4-3)
IM MX100-01E
2
Specification
Thermocouple
(excludes RJC accuracy,
when burnout is OFF)
DC voltage
Measurement
Range
Type
4-13
4.5 10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input Module Specifications
Reference junction compensation accuracy:
When measuring temperature greater than or equal to 0 °C and
when the temperature of the input terminal is balanced
Type R, S, and W: ±1°C
Type K, J, E, T, N, L, and U: ±0.5°C
Type N (AWG14), PLATINEL, NiNiMo, WRe3-25, and
W/WRe26: ±1°C
Note: The internal reference junction compensation is fixed to
0°C for type B and PR40-20
Maximum input voltage:
DC voltage at 1-V range or less, TC, RTC, and DI (contact): ±10
VDC (continuous)
Other measurement ranges: ±120 VDC (continuous)
Normal-mode voltage:
DC voltage, TC, DI (LEVEL): 1.2 times the range rating or less
(50/60 Hz, peak value including the signal component)
RTD 100-Ω system:
50 mV peak
RTD 10, 25, 50 Ω systems: 10 mV peak
Normal-mode rejection ratio:
When the integration time is 16.67 ms or more: 40 dB or more
(50/60 Hz ± 0.1%)
When the integration time is 1.67 ms: 50/60 Hz is not rejected
Common-mode voltage:
600 VACrms (50/60 Hz), reinforced (double) insulation
Common-mode rejection ratio (50/60 Hz ± 0.1%, 500 Ω unbalanced, between the minus
terminal and ground):
When the integration time is 16.67 ms or more: 120 dB or more
When the integration time is 1.67 ms: 80 dB or more
Common-mode voltage between channels:
120 VACrms (50/60 Hz)
Noise rejection:
Rejection by the integrating A/D converter and the use of low
pass filters
Input resistance:
DC voltage at 1 V range or less, TC range: 10 MΩ or more
DC voltage at 2 V range or more: Approx. 1 MΩ
Insulation resistance: 20 MΩ or more at 500 VDC between the input and earth
Input bias current:
10 nA or less (except for burnout setting)
Withstand voltage:
1000 VAC (50/60 Hz) for one minute between input terminals
3700 VAC (50/60 Hz) for one minute between the input terminal
and earth terminal
Input signal source resistance:
DC voltage and TC: 2 kΩ or less
RTD 50Ω and 100 Ω systems: 10 Ω or less per cable
RTD 10Ω and 25 Ω systems: 1 Ω or less per cable
Thermocouple burnout:
Detection at a specified detection interval per measurement
interval and detection within the thermocouple range (detection
ON/OFF possible)
Up/Down setting is possible
2 kΩ or more is normal, 200 kΩ or more is burned out
(Parallel capacity of 0.01 µF or less), detection current of
approximately 10 µA, and detection time of approximately 2 ms
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4.5 10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input Module Specifications
Parallel capacity during RTD:
0.01 µF or less
Power consumption: Approx. 1.2 W
External dimensions: Approx. 57 (W) × 131 (H) × 151 (D) mm (including the terminal
cover)
Weight:
Approx. 0.5 kg
Terminal type:
Clamp, terminal board is detachable
Applicable wire size: 0.14 to 1.5 mm2 (AWG26 to 16)
1
2
3
Effects of Operating Conditions
IM MX100-01E
4-15
4
Specification
The specifications below apply when the integration time is 16.67 ms or more.
Warm-up time:
At least 30 minutes after power-up
Effects of ambient temperature:
The effect received by changes in 10°C increments of the
ambient temperature is
±(0.05% of rdg + 0.05% of range) or less
Except ±(0.2% of range + 1 digit) for Cu10Ω
Effects of power fluctuation:
Meets the accuracy specifications for AC power supply in the
range 90 to 132 V and 180 to 250 V
Effects of magnetic field:
The fluctuation for AC (50/60 Hz) and DC 400 A/m fields is
±(0.1% of rdg + 10 digits) or less
Effects from the signal source resistance:
Effects from a fluctuation of 1 kΩ in the signal source resistance
on DC voltage and thermocouple
DC voltage:
1 V range or less
±10 µV or less
2 V range or higher
±0.15% of rdg or less
Thermocouple: ±10 µV or less
RTD:
Fluctuation due to 10 Ω change per cable (same
resistance for the three wires) 100 Ω system:
±0.1°C or less, other systems: ±1.0°C or less, the
fluctuation due to a difference in the resistance
between wires 40 mΩ (maximum difference
among three wires) is approximately 0.1°C (for
Pt100)
Effect of position:
Horizontal with the feet at the bottom is the rule.
Effects of vibration:
The fluctuation that results by applying a sinusoidal vibration
along all three axis at a frequency between 10 to 60 Hz and an
acceleration of 0.2 m/s2 is ±(0.1% of rdg + 1 digit) or less
4.5 10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input Module Specifications
External Dimensions
Unit: mm
57
131
150.8
If not specified, the tolerance is ±3%. However, in cases of less than 10 mm, the
tolerance is ±0.3 mm.
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IM MX100-01E
4.6
10-CH, High-Speed Digital Input Module
Specifications
1
Input type:
Number of inputs:
Input format:
External Dimensions
Unit: mm
57
131
150.8
If not specified, the tolerance is ±3%. However, in cases of less than 10 mm, the
tolerance is ±0.3 mm.
IM MX100-01E
4-17
2
3
4
Specification
Non-voltage contact, open collector, and 5-V logic
10 inputs
Pull-up at approximately 5 V/approximately 5 kΩ, no insulation
between channels
Measurement interval: Select 10 ms, 50 ms, 100 ms, 200 ms, 500 ms, 1 s, 2 s, 5 s, 10 s,
20 s, 30 s, or 60 s
Filter:
Measurement interval of 5 s or less: Use the wider of the ON/OFF
width of the detection period (approximately 75% to 90% of the
measurement interval)
Measurement interval of 5 s or more: Use the wider of the ON/
OFF width of approximately 4.5 s
Minimum detection pulse width:
Twice the sampling interval or more
Input threshold level: Non-voltage contact, open collector: ON at 100 Ω or less and
OFF at 100 kΩ or greater
5-V logic: OFF at 1 V or less and ON at 3 V or greater
Hysteresis width:
Approx. 0.1 V
Contact/Transistor rating:
Contact with a rating of 15 VDC or greater and 30 mA or greater
Transistor with a rating of Vce > 15 Vdc and Ic > 30 mA
Maximum input voltage:
±10 V
Insulation resistance: 20 MΩ or more at 500 VDC between the input terminal and ground
Withstand voltage:
2300 VAC (50/60 Hz) for one minute between the input terminal
and earth terminal
Maximum common-mode voltage:
250 VAC (50/60 Hz)
Terminal type:
Clamp
Power consumption: Approx. 1.5 W
Applicable wire size: 0.14 to 1.5 mm2 (AWG26 to 16)
External dimensions: Approx. 57 (W) × 131 (H) × 151 (D) mm (including the terminal
cover)
Weight:
Approx. 0.5 kg
4.7
10-CH, Medium-Speed Digital Output Module
Specifications
Number of outputs:
Contact mode:
Update interval:
10 outputs
A contact (SPST)
Output per 100 ms (not synchronized to the measurement
interval)
Contact capacity:
250 VDC/0.1 A, 250 VAC/2 A, or 30 VDC/2A (resistance load)
Contact life*:
100,000 times at rated load (typical)
20,000,000 times at no load (typical)
* The contact life varies depending on the load conditions and
the environment in which it is used.
Insulation resistance: 20 MΩ or more at 500 VDC between the output terminal and
earth
20 MΩ or more at 500 VDC between output terminals
Withstand voltage:
2300 VAC (50/60 Hz) for one minute between the output terminal
and earth
2300 VAC (50/60 Hz) for one minute between output terminals
Maximum common-mode voltage:
250 VAC
Power consumption: Approx. 2 W (when all relays are turned ON)
Terminal type:
Clamp, attached and removed in units of 5 channels
Applicable wire size: 0.08 to 2.5 mm2 (AWG28 to 12)
External dimensions: Approx. 57 (W) × 131 (H) × 151 (D) mm (including the terminal
cover)
Weight:
Approx. 0.5 kg
External Dimensions
Unit: mm
57
131
150.8
If not specified, the tolerance is ±3%. However, in cases of less than 10 mm, the
tolerance is ±0.3 mm.
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Index
Index
1
Symbols
E
10-CH, High-Speed Digital Input Module ........ 1-2, 1-14, 4-17
10-CH, Medium-Speed Digital Output Module 1-3, 1-15, 4-18
10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input Module 1-2, 1-12, 4-12
4-CH, High-Speed Universal Input Module ....... 1-2, 1-10, 4-8
5-V logic input ..................................................................... 2-8
7-segment LED ........................................................... 1-7, 3-1
eject lever .......................................................................... 2-15
energize ............................................................................ 1-15
error display ........................................................................ 3-1
errors at power on ............................................................... 3-1
Ethernet cable ................................................................... 2-11
Ethernet port ..................................................................... 2-11
A
F
access stop switch ............................................................ 2-15
ACT LED ........................................................................... 2-12
alarm output timing ............................................................. 1-7
alarms ................................................................................. 1-6
API for the MX100/DARWIN ......................................... vi, 1-1
filter ....................................................... 1-6, 1-11, 1-13, 1-14
first-order lag filter ..................................................... 1-6, 2-14
backup mode ...................................................................... 1-7
base plate .............................................................. v, 1-3, 4-7
C
calibration ............................................................................ 3-5
Calibrator ............................................................................ 1-4
CF card ..................................................................... 1-8, 2-15
channel number .................................................................. 2-4
chattering .......................................................................... 1-14
commercial power noise ................................................... 2-13
common mode voltage ............................................ 1-11, 1-13
common specifications ........................................................ 4-1
communication commands ................................................. 3-9
communication errors ......................................................... 3-2
communication status ....................................................... 2-12
communications .................................................................. 1-5
compensation lead .............................................................. 2-7
computation ........................................................................ 1-6
contact input ........................................................................ 2-8
cutoff frequency ................................................................ 2-14
D
data, saving of ..................................................................... 1-8
DC current input .................................................................. 2-7
DC voltage input ................................................................. 2-7
DC voltage standard ................................................... 3-5, 3-7
de-energize ....................................................................... 1-15
decade resistance box ........................................................ 3-5
DI input (contact) ................................................................. 2-7
difference computation ........................................................ 1-6
differential low limit alarm .................................................... 1-6
differential upper limit alarm ................................................ 1-6
digital input module ........................................................ v, 2-8
digital output module ...................................................... v, 2-8
DIN rail ................................................................................ 2-3
DIN rail mount bracket ........................................................ 2-3
dipswitch ................................................................... 1-5, 2-12
IM MX100-01E
H
3
4
Index
hold ................................................................................... 1-15
hold behavior .................................................................... 1-15
hysteresis ............................................................................ 1-7
I
idle mode ............................................................................ 1-7
initialization ....................................................................... 2-12
input type ................................................................ 1-10, 1-12
input/output module ............................................................ 1-2
installation ........................................................................... 2-2
installation location .............................................................. 2-2
installation procedure .......................................................... 2-3
instrument number ................................................................ iv
integrating A/D converter .................................................. 2-13
Integration Monitor .............................................................. 1-3
integration time ....................................................... 1-11, 1-13
L
latch lever ............................................................................ 2-3
lead wire resistance ............................................................ 2-7
LED ............................................................................. 1-7, 3-1
linear scaling ....................................................................... 1-6
LINK LED .......................................................................... 2-12
log file .................................................................................. 1-9
low-pass filter .................................................................... 2-14
lower limit alarm .................................................................. 1-6
M
MAC address ........................................................................ iv
main module ................................................. iv, 1-2, 1-5, 4-2
maintenance ....................................................................... 3-8
maintenance and test .......................................................... 3-9
maintenance of parts .......................................................... 3-8
maintenance/test commands .............................................. 3-9
measurement interval ................................... 1-11, 1-13, 1-14
measurement mode ............................................................ 1-7
measurement range ................................................ 1-10, 1-12
measurement range, calibration of ..................................... 3-5
measurement synchronization ................................ 1-11, 1-13
measurement time .............................................................. 1-6
measures against noise .................................................... 2-13
mechanical specifications ................................................... 4-1
media-related errors ............................................................ 3-2
Index-1
Index
B
2
Index
metal for discharging the static electricity ......................... 2-15
model .................................................................................... iv
module, attachment of ........................................................ 2-4
module connector ............................................................... 2-4
module errors ...................................................................... 3-2
MX100 Standard Software .......................................... 1-1, 1-3
MXLOGGER ................................................................. vi, 1-1
N
name plate ............................................................................ iv
NO. (instrument number) ...................................................... iv
noise rejection filter ................................................. 1-11, 1-13
non-hold ............................................................................ 1-15
O
one-to-N connection ............................................................ 1-1
one-to-one connection ........................................................ 1-1
operation mode ................................................................... 1-7
optional accessories (sold separately) .................................. vi
output command help ....................................................... 3-11
output connection information ........................................... 3-10
output Ethernet statistical information ............................... 3-10
output network information ................................................ 3-11
output relay ....................................................................... 1-15
output type ........................................................................ 1-15
output update interval ....................................................... 1-15
main module ................................................................. 4-2
standard accessories ............................................................. v
standard operating conditions ............................................. 4-1
standards, supported .......................................................... 4-1
style number ......................................................................... iv
suffix code ............................................................................. iv
synchronization ................................................................... 1-5
synchronization between modules ...................................... 1-5
system errors ...................................................................... 3-1
T
temperature measurements, calibration of ......................... 3-7
terminal arrangement markings .......................................... 2-5
terminal block ...................................................................... 2-5
terminal cover ..................................................................... 2-5
terminal emulator ................................................................ 3-9
thermocouple input ............................................................. 2-7
time constant ............................................................. 1-6, 2-14
transistor input .................................................................... 2-8
transport and storage conditions ......................................... 4-1
troubleshooting ................................................................... 3-3
U
unit number ......................................................................... 1-7
universal input module .................................................. iv, 2-7
upper limit alarm ................................................................. 1-6
P
V
panel mount ........................................................................ 2-3
parts, maintenance of ......................................................... 3-8
PC software ........................................................................ 1-3
power cord .......................................................................... 2-9
power frequency noise ...................................................... 2-13
power supply connection .................................................... 2-9
power supply terminal ....................................................... 2-10
power switch ..................................................................... 2-10
Viewer ................................................................................. 1-4
W
wiring procedure ................................................................. 2-7
Q
quit maintenance/test ........................................................ 3-12
R
rack mount .......................................................................... 2-3
reference junction compensation ........................................ 3-7
relay action ........................................................................ 1-15
remote RJC ......................................................................... 1-6
RTD input ............................................................................ 2-7
S
screw terminal block ........................................................... 2-5
service life ........................................................................... 3-8
settings, initialization of ..................................................... 2-12
shunt resistance .................................................................. 2-7
signal wires, connection of .................................................. 2-5
slot cover ........................................................................... 2-15
specifications ...................................................................... 4-8
10-CH, High-Speed Digital Input Module ................... 4-17
10-CH, Medium-Speed Digital Output Module ........... 4-18
10-CH, Medium-Speed Universal Input Module ......... 4-12
4-CH, High-Speed Universal Input Module .................. 4-8
base plate ..................................................................... 4-7
Index-2
IM MX100-01E
YOKOGAWA ELECTRIC CORPORATION
Headquarters
2-9-32, Nakacho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo, 180-8750 JAPAN
Sales Headquarters
2-9-32, Nakacho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo, 180-8750 JAPAN
Phone : 81-422-52-6194
Branch Sales Offices
Nagoya, Osaka, Hiroshima, Fukuoka, Sapporo, Sendai, Ichihara, Toyoda,
Kanazawa, Takamatsu, Okayama, and Kitakyusyu.
Overseas Representative Offices / Service Centers
Beijing, Shanghai (The People's Republic of China), Jakarta (Indonesia),
Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Bangkok (Thailand)
YOKOGAWA CORPORATION OF AMERICA
Headquarters
2 Dart Road, Newnan, Ga. 30265-1094, U.S.A.
Phone : 1-770-253-7000
Fax : 1-770-251-0029
Branch Sales Offices / Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles, Massachusetts,
New Jersey, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas
YOKOGAWA EUROPE B. V.
Headquarters
Databankweg 20 Amersfoort 3821 AL, THE NETHERLANDS
Phone : 31-334-64-1611 Fax : 31-334-64-1610
Branch Sales Offices / Wien (Austria), Zaventem (Belgium), Ratingen
(Germany), Madrid (Spain), Runcorn (United Kingdom), Milano (Italy),
Velizy Villacoublay (France), Johannesburg (Republic of South Africa)
YOKOGAWA AMERICA DO SUL S.A.
Praca Acapulco, 31 - Santo Amaro. Sao Paulo/SP - BRAZIL
Phone : 55-11-5681-2400 Fax : 55-11-5681-1274
YOKOGAWA ELECTRIC ASIA PTE. LTD.
Head Office
5 Bedok South Road, 469270 SINGAPORE
Phone : 65-241-9933 Fax : 65-444-6252
YOKOGAWA ELECTRIC KOREA CO., LTD.
Head Office
420-5, Chongchon - 2dong, Pupyong - ku Inchon, 403-032 KOREA
Phone : 82-32-510-3107 Fax : 82-32-529-6304
YOKOGAWA AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD.
Head Office (Sydney)
Centrecourt D1, 25-27 Paul Street North, North Ryde,
N.S.W.2113, AUSTRALIA
Phone : 61-2-9805-0699 Fax : 61-2-9888-1844
YOKOGAWA BLUE STAR LTD.
Head Office
40 / 4 Lavelle Road, Bangalore 560 001, INDIA
Phone : 91-80-2271513 Fax : 91-80-2274270
Oct. '00
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