NX-series Data Reference Manual

NX-series Data Reference Manual
Machine Automation Controller
NX-series
Data Reference Manual
NX-
W525-E1-06
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countries for OMRON factory automation products.
• Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Excel, and Visual Basic are either registered trademarks or trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries.
• EtherCAT® is registered trademark and patented technology, licensed by Beckhoff Automation GmbH, Germany.
• Safety over EtherCAT® is registered trademark and patented technology, licensed by Beckhoff Automation GmbH,
Germany.
• ODVA, CIP, CompoNet, DeviceNet, and EtherNet/IP are trademarks of ODVA.
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Other company names and product names in this document are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their
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Microsoft product screen shots reprinted with permission from Microsoft Corporation.
Introduction
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing an NX-series.
This manual lists data that is required to configure systems, such as the power consumptions and
weights of the NX Units that configure Slave Terminals.
Use this manual when considering the Unit configuration of Slave Terminals on paper.
Keep this manual in a safe place where it will be available for reference during operation.
Intended Audience
This manual is intended for the following personnel, who must also have knowledge of electrical systems (an electrical engineer or the equivalent).
• Personnel in charge of introducing FA systems.
• Personnel in charge of designing FA systems.
• Personnel in charge of installing and maintaining FA systems.
• Personnel in charge of managing FA systems and facilities.
For programming, this manual is intended for personnel who understand the programming language
specifications in international standard IEC 61131-3 or Japanese standard JIS B 3503.
Applicable Products
This manual covers the following product.
• NX-series
Communications Coupler Units
EtherCAT Coupler Unit
Digital I/O Units
Analog I/O Units
Position Interface Units
System Units
Safety Control Units
Communications Interface Units
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CONTENTS
CONTENTS
Introduction .............................................................................................................. 1
Intended Audience ....................................................................................................................................... 1
Applicable Products ..................................................................................................................................... 1
Relevant Manuals .....................................................................................................4
Manual Structure ......................................................................................................6
Page Structure and Icons ............................................................................................................................ 6
Special Information ...................................................................................................................................... 7
Precaution on Terminology .......................................................................................................................... 7
Terms and Conditions Agreement ..........................................................................8
Warranty, Limitations of Liability .................................................................................................................. 8
Application Considerations .......................................................................................................................... 9
Disclaimers .................................................................................................................................................. 9
Safety Precautions .................................................................................................10
Precautions for Safe Use ....................................................................................... 11
Precautions for Correct Use..................................................................................12
Regulations and Standards ...................................................................................13
Related Manuals .....................................................................................................14
Revision History .....................................................................................................17
Sections in this Manual .........................................................................................19
Section 1
Data List
1-1
How to Read the Data List .................................................................................................... 1-2
1-2
Communications Coupler Units ........................................................................................... 1-4
1-2-1
1-2-2
1-3
Digital I/O Units ...................................................................................................................... 1-6
1-3-1
1-3-2
1-3-3
1-4
Analog Input Units .....................................................................................................................1-21
Analog Output Units ..................................................................................................................1-23
Temperature Input Units ............................................................................................................1-24
Position Interface Units ...................................................................................................... 1-26
1-5-1
1-5-2
1-5-3
Incremental Encoder Input Units...............................................................................................1-26
SSI Input Units ..........................................................................................................................1-27
Pulse Output Units ....................................................................................................................1-28
1-6
Communications Interface Units ....................................................................................... 1-29
1-7
System Units ........................................................................................................................ 1-30
1-7-1
1-7-2
2
Digital Input Units ........................................................................................................................1-6
Digital Output Units ...................................................................................................................1-12
Digital Mixed I/O Units...............................................................................................................1-18
Analog I/O Units................................................................................................................... 1-21
1-4-1
1-4-2
1-4-3
1-5
EtherCAT Coupler Unit................................................................................................................1-4
EtherNet/IP Coupler Unit.............................................................................................................1-5
Additional NX Unit Power Supply Unit.......................................................................................1-30
Additional I/O Power Supply Unit ..............................................................................................1-31
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1-7-3
1-7-4
1-8
I/O Power Supply Connection Unit ........................................................................................... 1-31
Shield Connection Unit ............................................................................................................. 1-32
Safety Control Units ............................................................................................................ 1-33
1-8-1
1-8-2
1-8-3
Safety CPU Unit........................................................................................................................ 1-33
Safety Input Units ..................................................................................................................... 1-34
Safety Output Units................................................................................................................... 1-35
Appendices
A-1 NX Unit Power Supply and I/O Power Supply Capacity.....................................................A-2
A-1-1
A-1-2
A-1-3
EtherCAT Coupler Unit ...............................................................................................................A-2
EtherNet/IP Coupler Unit ............................................................................................................A-3
Additional NX Unit Power Supply Unit ........................................................................................A-4
A-2 List of Screwless Clamping Terminal Block Models ..........................................................A-5
A-2-1
A-2-2
A-2-3
Model Notation............................................................................................................................A-5
List of Terminal Block Models .....................................................................................................A-5
Applicable Screwless Clamping Terminal Blocks for Each Unit Model .......................................A-6
A-3 Version Information...............................................................................................................A-8
A-3-1
A-3-2
Relationship between Unit Versions of Units ..............................................................................A-8
Support Functions of the Communications Coupler Units and Restrictions on the NX Units ...A-15
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Relevant Manuals
Relevant Manuals
To use the NX-series, you must refer to the manuals for all related products.
Read all of the manuals that are relevant to your system configuration and application before you use
the NX-series.
Most operations are performed from the Sysmac Studio Automation Software. Refer to the Sysmac Studio Version 1 Operation Manual (Cat. No. W504) for information on the Sysmac Studio.
NX Series
Communications Coupler Unit
NJ/NX Series
NX-series EtherNet/IP
Coupler Unit User's Manual
NX-series Digital I/O
Units User's Manual
NX-series Analog I/O
Units User's Manual
NX-series System Units
User's Manual
NX-series Position Interface
Units User's Manual
NX-series Safety Control
Unit User’s Manual
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Manual
NX-series EtherCAT
Coupler Unit User's Manual
NJ/NX-series Troubleshooting
Manual
NJ/NX-series CPU Unit Built-in
EtherCAT Port User's Manual
NJ/NX-series CPU Unit Motion
Control User's Manual
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NJ/NX-series CPU Unit
Software User's Manual
NJ/NX-series CPU Unit
Hardware User's Manuals
Learning about the
NX-series Units
Specifications
Functionality
Application procedures
Learning about Slave Terminals
Slave Terminal specifications
System configuration
Rules on building
systems
Slave Terminal application procedures
Slave Terminal installation procedures
Support Software
connection procedures
Procedure to estimate Slave Terminal
performance
Procedures for using
safety control systems with Slave Terminals
Procedures for estimating performance
of safety control systems with Slave Terminals
All
Units
NX Units
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Relevant Manuals
NX Series
Communications Coupler Unit
NJ/NX Series
NX-series Data Reference
Manual
NX-series Safety Control
Unit User’s Manual
NX-series Position Interface
Units User's Manual
NX-series System Units
User's Manual
NX-series Analog I/O
Units User's Manual
NX-series Digital I/O
Units User's Manual
NX-series EtherNet/IP
Coupler Unit User's Manual
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NX-series EtherCAT
Coupler Unit User's Manual
NX-series Data Reference Manual (W525)
NJ/NX-series Troubleshooting
Manual
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NJ/NX-series CPU Unit Built-in
EtherCAT Port User's Manual
NJ/NX-series CPU Unit
Software User's Manual
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NJ/NX-series CPU Unit Motion
Control User's Manual
NJ/NX-series CPU Unit
Hardware User's Manuals
Using NX-series Units with
NJ/NX-series Controllers
Using a Slave Terminal connected to the
built-in EtherCAT port
on an NJ/NX-series
CPU Unit
Procedures for performing motion control with Position
Interface Units
Troubleshooting
Managing errors for
the overall
NJ/NX-series Controller
Troubleshooting
Slave Terminals and
Communications
Coupler Units
Troubleshooting NX
Units
Performing Unit maintenance
Referencing data lists for
NX Unit power consumptions, weights, etc.
All
Units
NX Units
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Manual Structure
Manual Structure
Page Structure and Icons
The following page structure and icons are used in this manual.
Level 2 heading
Level 1 heading
Level 2 heading
Level 3 heading
Level 3 heading
Gives the current
headings.
A step in a procedure
Indicates a procedure.
Page tab
Gives the number
of the main section.
Special information
Icons indicate
precautions, additional
information, or reference
information.
Manual name
Note This illustration is provided only as a sample. It may not literally appear in this manual.
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Special Information
Special information in this manual is classified as follows:
Precautions for Safe Use
Precautions on what to do and what not to do to ensure safe usage of the product.
Precautions for Correct Use
Precautions on what to do and what not to do to ensure proper operation and performance.
Additional Information
Additional information to read as required.
This information is provided to increase understanding or make operation easier.
Version Information
Information on differences in specifications and functionality for CPU Units and Communications Coupler Units with different unit versions and for different versions of the Sysmac Studio is
given.
Note References are provided to more detailed or related information.
Precaution on Terminology
• In this manual, “download” refers to transferring data from the Sysmac Studio to the physical Controller and “upload” refers to transferring data from the physical Controller to the Sysmac Studio.
For the Sysmac Studio, synchronization is used to both upload and download data. Here, “synchronize” means to automatically compare the data for the Sysmac Studio on the computer with the data
in the physical Controller and transfer the data in the direction that is specified by the user.
• In this manual, the directions in relation to the Units are given in the following figure, which shows
upright installation.
Up
Left
Right
Down
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Terms and Conditions Agreement
Terms and Conditions Agreement
Warranty, Limitations of Liability
Warranties
 Exclusive Warranty
Omron’s exclusive warranty is that the Products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of twelve months from the date of sale by Omron (or such other period expressed in
writing by Omron). Omron disclaims all other warranties, express or implied.
 Limitations
OMRON MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ABOUT
NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF
THE PRODUCTS. BUYER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT IT ALONE HAS DETERMINED THAT THE
PRODUCTS WILL SUITABLY MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THEIR INTENDED USE.
Omron further disclaims all warranties and responsibility of any type for claims or expenses based
on infringement by the Products or otherwise of any intellectual property right.
 Buyer Remedy
Omron’s sole obligation hereunder shall be, at Omron’s election, to (i) replace (in the form originally
shipped with Buyer responsible for labor charges for removal or replacement thereof) the non-complying Product, (ii) repair the non-complying Product, or (iii) repay or credit Buyer an amount equal
to the purchase price of the non-complying Product; provided that in no event shall Omron be
responsible for warranty, repair, indemnity or any other claims or expenses regarding the Products
unless Omron’s analysis confirms that the Products were properly handled, stored, installed and
maintained and not subject to contamination, abuse, misuse or inappropriate modification. Return of
any Products by Buyer must be approved in writing by Omron before shipment. Omron Companies
shall not be liable for the suitability or unsuitability or the results from the use of Products in combination with any electrical or electronic components, circuits, system assemblies or any other materials or substances or environments. Any advice, recommendations or information given orally or in
writing, are not to be construed as an amendment or addition to the above warranty.
See http://www.omron.com/global/ or contact your Omron representative for published information.
Limitation on Liability; Etc
OMRON COMPANIES SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF PROFITS OR PRODUCTION OR COMMERCIAL LOSS IN ANY
WAY CONNECTED WITH THE PRODUCTS, WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED IN CONTRACT,
WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE OR STRICT LIABILITY.
Further, in no event shall liability of Omron Companies exceed the individual price of the Product on
which liability is asserted.
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Application Considerations
Suitability of Use
Omron Companies shall not be responsible for conformity with any standards, codes or regulations
which apply to the combination of the Product in the Buyer’s application or use of the Product. At
Buyer’s request, Omron will provide applicable third party certification documents identifying ratings
and limitations of use which apply to the Product. This information by itself is not sufficient for a complete determination of the suitability of the Product in combination with the end product, machine, system, or other application or use. Buyer shall be solely responsible for determining appropriateness of
the particular Product with respect to Buyer’s application, product or system. Buyer shall take application responsibility in all cases.
NEVER USE THE PRODUCT FOR AN APPLICATION INVOLVING SERIOUS RISK TO LIFE OR
PROPERTY WITHOUT ENSURING THAT THE SYSTEM AS A WHOLE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO
ADDRESS THE RISKS, AND THAT THE OMRON PRODUCT(S) IS PROPERLY RATED AND
INSTALLED FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE OVERALL EQUIPMENT OR SYSTEM.
Programmable Products
Omron Companies shall not be responsible for the user’s programming of a programmable Product, or
any consequence thereof.
Disclaimers
Performance Data
Data presented in Omron Company websites, catalogs and other materials is provided as a guide for
the user in determining suitability and does not constitute a warranty. It may represent the result of
Omron’s test conditions, and the user must correlate it to actual application requirements. Actual performance is subject to the Omron’s Warranty and Limitations of Liability.
Change in Specifications
Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on improvements and other
reasons. It is our practice to change part numbers when published ratings or features are changed, or
when significant construction changes are made. However, some specifications of the Product may be
changed without any notice. When in doubt, special part numbers may be assigned to fix or establish
key specifications for your application. Please consult with your Omron’s representative at any time to
confirm actual specifications of purchased Product.
Errors and Omissions
Information presented by Omron Companies has been checked and is believed to be accurate; however, no responsibility is assumed for clerical, typographical or proofreading errors or omissions.
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Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions
Refer to the user's manual for the Unit to be used for safety precautions.
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Precautions for Safe Use
Precautions for Safe Use
Refer to the user's manual for the Unit to be used for precautions for safe use.
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Precautions for Correct Use
Precautions for Correct Use
Refer to the user's manual for the Unit to be used for precautions for correct use.
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Regulations and Standards
Regulations and Standards
Refer to the user's manual for the Unit to be used for regulations and standards.
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Related Manuals
Related Manuals
The following table shows related manuals. Use these manuals for reference.
Manual name
NX-series Data Reference Manual
Cat. No.
W525
Model numbers
NX-
NX-series Digital I/O
Units User’s Manual
W521
NX-ID
NX-IA
NX-OC
Application
Referencing lists of
the data that is
required to configure systems with
NX-series Units
Learning how to
use NX-series Digital I/O Units
Description
Lists of the power consumptions,
weights, and other NX Unit data that is
required to configure systems with
NX-series Units are provided.
The hardware, setup methods, and
functions of the NX-series Digital I/O
Units are described.
NX-OD
NX-series Analog I/O
Units User’s Manual
W522
NX-MD
NX-AD
NX-DA
NX-TS
NX-series System Units
User’s Manual
W523
NX-PD1
NX-PF0
NX-PC0
NX-series Position Inter- W524
face Units User’s Manual
NX-TBX01
NX-EC0
NX-ECS
NX-PG0
NX-series Communications Interface Units
User’s Manual
W540
NX-CIF
NX-series Safety Control Unit User’s Manual
Z930
NX-SL
NX-SI
NX-SO
NX-series Safety Control Unit Instructions
Reference Manual
Z931
Sysmac Studio Version
1 Operation Manual
W504
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NX-SL
SYSMACSE2
Learning how to
use NX-series
Analog I/O Units
and Temperature
Input Units
Learning how to
use NX-series
System Units
The hardware, setup methods, and
functions of the NX-series Analog I/O
Units and Temperature Input Units are
described.
Learning how to
use NX-series
Position Interface
Units
Learning how to
use NX-series
Communications
Interface Units
Learning how to
use NX-series
Safety Control
Units
Learning about the
specifications of
instructions for the
Safety CPU Unit.
The hardware, setup methods, and
functions of the NX-series Incremental
Encoder Input Units, SSI Input Units,
and Pulse Output Unit are described.
The hardware, setup methods, and
functions of the NX-series Communications Interface Units are described.
Learning about the
operating procedures and functions of the
Sysmac Studio.
The hardware and functions of the
NX-series System Units are described.
The hardware, setup methods, and
functions of the NX-series Safety Control Units are described.
The instructions for the Safety CPU
Unit are described.
When programming, use this manual
together with the NX-series Safety
Control Unit User’s Manual (Cat. No.
Z930).
Describes the operating procedures of
the Sysmac Studio.
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Related Manuals
Manual name
NJ/NX-series Troubleshooting Manual
Cat. No.
W503
Model numbers
NX701-
NJ501-
NJ301-
NJ101-
Application
Learning about the
errors that may be
detected in an
NJ/NX-series Controller.
NX-series EtherCAT
Coupler Unit User’s
Manual
W519
NX-ECC20
Learning how to
use an NX-series
EtherCAT Coupler
Unit and EtherCAT Slave Terminals
NX-series Ether-
W536
NX-EIC202
Learning how to
use an NX-series
EtherNet/IP Coupler Unit and EtherNet/IP Slave
Terminals.
W535
NX701-
Learning the basic
specifications of
the NX-series CPU
Units, including
introductory information, designing,
installation, and
maintenance.
Net/IPTM
Coupler Unit
User’s Manual
NX-series CPU Unit
Hardware User’s Manual
Mainly hardware
information is provided.
NJ-series CPU Unit
Hardware User’s Manual
W500
NJ501-
NJ301-
NJ101-
Learning the basic
specifications of
the NJ-series CPU
Units, including
introductory information, designing,
installation, and
maintenance.
Mainly hardware
information is provided.
NX-series Data Reference Manual (W525)
Description
Concepts on managing errors that may
be detected in an NJ/NX-series Controller and information on individual
errors are described.
Use this manual together with the
NJ-series CPU Unit Hardware User's
Manual (Cat. No. W500) or NX-series
CPU Unit Hardware User's Manual
(Cat. No. W535) and with the
NJ/NX-series CPU Unit Software
User's Manual (Cat. No. W501).
The following items are described: the
overall system and configuration methods of an EtherCAT Slave Terminal
(which consists of an NX-series EtherCAT Coupler Unit and NX Units), and
information on hardware, setup, and
functions to set up, control, and monitor
NX Units through EtherCAT.
The following items are described: the
overall system and configuration methods of an EtherNet/IP Slave Terminal
(which consists of an NX-series EtherNet/IP Coupler Unit and NX Units), and
information on hardware, setup, and
functions to set up, control, and monitor
NX Units.
An introduction to the entire NX-series
system is provided along with the following information on the CPU Unit.
• Features and system configuration
• Overview
• Part names and functions
• General specifications
• Installation and wiring
• Maintenance and Inspection
Use this manual together with the
NJ/NX-series CPU Unit Software
User's Manual (Cat. No. W501).
An introduction to the entire NJ-series
system is provided along with the following information on the CPU Unit.
• Features and system configuration
• Overview
• Part names and functions
• General specifications
• Installation and wiring
• Maintenance and Inspection
Use this manual together with the
NJ/NX-series CPU Unit Software
User's Manual (Cat. No. W501).
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Related Manuals
Manual name
NJ/NX-series CPU Unit
Software User's Manual
Cat. No.
W501
Model numbers
NX701-
NJ501-
NJ301-
NJ101-
Application
Learning how to
program and set
up an
NJ/NX-series CPU
Unit.
Mainly software
information is provided.
NJ/NX-series CPU Unit
Built-in EtherCAT Port
User's Manual
W505
NX701-
NJ501-
NJ301-
NJ101-
NJ/NX-series CPU Unit
Motion Control User's
Manual
W507
NX701-
NJ501-
NJ301-
NJ101-
NJ/NX-series Instructions Reference Manual
W502
NX701-
NJ501-
NJ301-
NJ101-
W508
NJ/NX-series Motion
Control Instructions Reference Manual
NX701-
NJ501-
NJ301-
NJ101-
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Using the built-in
EtherCAT port on
an NJ/NX-series
CPU Unit.
Description
The following information is provided
on an NJ/NX-series CPU Unit.
• CPU Unit operation
• CPU Unit features
• Initial settings
• Programming based on IEC 61131-3
language specifications
Use this manual together with the
NJ-series CPU Unit Hardware User's
Manual (Cat. No. W500) or NX-series
CPU Unit Hardware User's Manual
(Cat. No. W535).
Information on the built-in EtherCAT
port is provided.
This manual provides an introduction
and provides information on the configuration, features, and setup.
Use this manual together with the
NJ-series CPU Unit Hardware User's
Manual (Cat. No. W500) or NX-series
CPU Unit Hardware User's Manual
(Cat. No. W535) and with the
NJ/NX-series CPU Unit Software
User's Manual (Cat. No. W501).
The settings and operation of the CPU
Learning about
motion control set- Unit and programming concepts for
tings and program- motion control are described. When
programming, use this manual together
ming concepts.
with the NJ-series CPU Unit Hardware
User's Manual (Cat. No. W500) or
NX-series CPU Unit Hardware User's
Manual (Cat. No. W535) and with the
NJ/NX-series CPU Unit Software
User's Manual (Cat. No. W501).
The instructions in the instruction set
Learning detailed
(IEC 61131-3 specifications) are
specifications on
described.
the basic instructions of an
When programming, use this manual
NJ/NX-series CPU together with the NJ-series CPU Unit
Unit.
Hardware User's Manual (Cat. No.
Learning about the
specifications of
the motion control
instructions.
W500) or NX-series CPU Unit Hardware User's Manual (Cat. No. W535)
and with the NJ/NX-series CPU Unit
Software User's Manual (Cat. No.
W501).
The motion control instructions are
described. When programming, use
this manual together with the NJ-series
CPU Unit Hardware User's Manual
(Cat. No. W500) or NX-series CPU Unit
Hardware User's Manual (Cat. No.
W535), with the NJ/NX-series CPU
Unit Software User's Manual (Cat. No.
W501), and with the NJ/NX-series CPU
Unit Motion Control User's Manual
(Cat. No. W507).
NX-series Data Reference Manual (W525)
Revision History
Revision History
A manual revision code appears as a suffix to the catalog number on the front and back covers of the
manual.
Cat. No. W525-E1-06
Revision code
Revision code
01
02
Date
April 2013
June 2013
Revised content
Original production
• Added models on time stamp refreshing.
• Added Safety Control Units.
03
September 2013
04
05
July 2014
December 2014
06
April 2015
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• Corrected mistakes.
• Added new models and made changes accompanying the upgrade to
the unit version in September 2013.
• Corrected mistakes.
Added new models in July 2014.
Made changes accompanying the addition of the EtherNet/IP Coupler
Units.
Added new models and made changes accompanying the upgrade to the
unit version in April 2015.
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Sections in this Manual
Sections in this Manual
1
A
1
Data List
A
Appendices
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1
Data List
This section provides the data lists for Communications Coupler Units and NX Units.
1-1 How to Read the Data List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
1-2 Communications Coupler Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
1-2-1
1-2-2
EtherCAT Coupler Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
EtherNet/IP Coupler Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
1-3 Digital I/O Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
1-3-1
1-3-2
1-3-3
Digital Input Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Digital Output Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-12
Digital Mixed I/O Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-18
1-4 Analog I/O Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-21
1-4-1
1-4-2
1-4-3
Analog Input Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-21
Analog Output Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-23
Temperature Input Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-24
1-5 Position Interface Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-26
1-5-1
1-5-2
1-5-3
Incremental Encoder Input Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-26
SSI Input Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-27
Pulse Output Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-28
1-6 Communications Interface Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-29
1-7 System Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-30
1-7-1
1-7-2
1-7-3
1-7-4
Additional NX Unit Power Supply Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Additional I/O Power Supply Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I/O Power Supply Connection Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Shield Connection Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-30
1-31
1-31
1-32
1-8 Safety Control Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-33
1-8-1
1-8-2
1-8-3
Safety CPU Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-33
Safety Input Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-34
Safety Output Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-35
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1 Data List
1-1
How to Read the Data List
This data list is described with the following format.
Example: For Digital Input Units
Model
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
Current
consumption from
I/O power
supply
[mA]
Unit configuration data
I/O
Input power
Wei
cursupWidth
ght
rent
ply
[mm]
[g]
[mA] metho
d
Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte]
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
Num
ber
of
poin
ts
Intern
al I/O
comm
on
Rated
input
voltage
I/O
refres
hing
metho
d
ON/OFF
respons
e time
The items for this format are explained below.
 Unit Configuration Data
The Unit configuration data is the data required to create the Unit configuration of Slave Terminal.
Create the Unit configuration so that the total value of the data for which the maximum value is
defined does not exceed the maximum value of the Slave Terminal.
Refer to the user's manual for the Communications Coupler Unit on the maximum value for each
data.
Item
NX Unit power consumption
Current consumption from
I/O power supply
Description
The power consumption of the NX Unit power supply of the Unit.
The current consumption from I/O power supply of the Unit.
Input current
The load current of any external connection load, the input current of the Input Units, and
the current consumption of any connected external devices are not included.
The input current of the Unit at the rated voltage.
I/O power supply method
Only the DC Input Units and AC Input Units have this item.
The method for supplying I/O power supply for the Unit.
The supply method depends on each Unit.
The power is supplied from the NX bus or the external source.
NX bus: Supply from the NX bus
External: Supply from external source
Weight
Width
I/O data size
The Communications Coupler Unit and the Additional I/O Power Supply Unit do not have
this item.
The weight of the Unit.
The width of the Unit. The unit is "mm".
The I/O data size of default value that the Unit consumes. The unit is byte.
However, the unit is bit for some Digital I/O Units. In this case, the unit is given in the table.
Number of I/O entry mappings
Number of cyclic communi-
It is described according to the input/output sequence.
The number of I/O entry mappings of default value that the Unit consumes.
It is described according to the input/output sequence.
The maximum number of connections that can be set by Class 1 messages.
cations connections*1
*1. This item is only for EtherNet/IP Coupler Units.
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The summary specifications of the Units to configure the Slave Terminal.
Use this as a guide to select the Unit model when you consider the Unit configuration.
The items in the Summary Specifications depend on the Unit type. The meaning of each item is
explained for each Unit type.
1-1 How to Read the Data List
 Summary Specifications
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1-2
Communications Coupler Units
This section describes the data for Communications Coupler Units.
1-2-1
EtherCAT Coupler Unit
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Unit power supply
I/O power supply
Item
Rated voltage
NX Unit power supply
capacity
Rated voltage
Maximum current of I/O
power supply
Description
The rated voltage of the Unit power supply that is supplied to the Unit.
The amount of power that the Unit can supply to the NX Units.
The rated voltage of the I/O power supply that is supplied to the Unit.
The maximum value of the current supplied from the I/O power supply
that the Unit can supply to the NX Units through the NX bus connectors.
 Data List
Model
NX-ECC201
NX-ECC202
NX-ECC203
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
1.45
1.25
Unit configuration data
Current
consumpI/O
tion from
Weigh Width
data
I/O power
t [g]
[mm]
size
supply
[byte]
[mA]
10
170
46
34/0
18/0
Summary specifications
Unit power supply
I/O power supply
Number of
I/O entry
mappings
Rated
voltage
NX Unit
power
supply
Rated
voltage
capacity*1
2/0
24 VDC
10 W max.
Maximum
current of
I/O power
supply *1
5 to 24
VDC
4A
10 A
*1. The NX Unit power supply capacity and the maximum current of I/O power supply are sometimes restricted by conditions such as the
temperature or installation orientation. For details, refer to A-1 NX Unit Power Supply and I/O Power Supply Capacity on page A-2.
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EtherNet/IP Coupler Unit
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Unit power supply
I/O power supply
Description
The rated voltage of the Unit power supply that is supplied to the Unit.
The amount of power that the Unit can supply to the NX Units.
Rated voltage
Maximum current of I/O
power supply
The rated voltage of the I/O power supply that is supplied to the Unit.
The maximum value of the current supplied from the I/O power supply
that the Unit can supply to the NX Units through the NX bus connectors.
 Data List
Model
NX-EIC202
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
1.45
Unit configuration data
Current
consumpI/O
tion from
data
Weigh Width
I/O power
size
t [g]
[mm]
supply
[byte]
[mA]
10
150
46
1 to
504
Number of
cyclic communications
connections
8
Summary specifications
Unit power supply
I/O power supply
Rated
voltage
NX Unit
power
supply
Rated
voltage
capacity*1
24 VDC
10 W max.
Maximum
current of
I/O power
supply *1
5 to 24
VDC
10 A
*1. The NX Unit power supply capacity and the maximum current of I/O power supply are sometimes restricted by conditions such as the
temperature or installation orientation. For details, refer to A-1 NX Unit Power Supply and I/O Power Supply Capacity on page A-2.
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1-2-2 EtherNet/IP Coupler Unit
Item
Rated voltage
NX Unit power supply
capacity
1-2 Communications Coupler
Units
1-2-2
1 Data List
1-3
Digital I/O Units
This section describes the data for Digital I/O Units.
1-3-1
Digital Input Units
DC Input Units (Screwless Clamping Terminal Block, 12 mm Width)
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of points
Internal I/O common
Description
The number of input points provided by the Unit.
This is the polarity that the Unit uses to connect to input devices.
Rated input voltage
I/O refreshing method
There are models with NPN and PNP connections.
The rated input voltage of the Unit.
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
Free-Run refreshing, synchronous I/O refreshing and input refreshing with input changed time are
available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
Sync: Switching synchronous I/O refreshing and Free-Run refreshing
ON/OFF response
time
Changed time: Input refreshing with input changed time
The delay time for which the status change of the input terminals reaches the internal circuit of the
Unit.
The input filter time is not included.
It is described according to the ON/OFF sequence.
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Model
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
Current
consumption from
I/O power
supply
[mA]
No consumption
Unit configuration data
I/O
Input power
Wei
cursupWidth
ght
rent
ply
[mm]
[g]
[mA] metho
d
6
NX bus 65
12
0.50
NX-ID3343
NX-ID3344
0.55
NX-ID3417
0.50
No consumption
6
NX-ID3443
NX-ID3444
0.55
30
3.5
NX-ID4342
NX-ID4442
0.50
NX-ID5342
NX-ID5442
0.55
30
I/O
data
size
[byte]
4/0
bits
Num
ber
of
poin
ts
4
point
s
Rated
input
voltage
NPN
12 to
24
VDC
24
VDC
Sync
12 to
24
VDC
24
VDC
Sync
3.5
34/0
4/0
bits
PNP
34/0
No consumption
2/0
2.5
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point
s
16
point
s
I/O
refres
hing
metho
d
Internal I/O
common
NPN
PNP
Chang
ed
time
Chang
ed
time
Sync
ON/OFF
respons
e time
20/400
μs max.
100/
100 ns
max.
20/400
μs max.
100/
100 ns
max.
20/400
μs max.
NPN
PNP
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1
1-3-1 Digital Input Units
NX-ID3317
Summary specifications
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
1/0
1-3 Digital I/O Units
 Data List
1 Data List
DC Input Units (M3 Screw Terminal Block, 30 mm Width)
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of points
Internal I/O common
Description
The number of input points provided by the Unit.
This is the polarity that the Unit uses to connect to input devices.
Rated input voltage
I/O refreshing method
There are models with NPN and PNP connections.
The rated input voltage of the Unit.
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
Free-Run refreshing, synchronous I/O refreshing and input refreshing with input changed time are
available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
Sync: Switching synchronous I/O refreshing and Free-Run refreshing
ON/OFF response
time
Changed time: Input refreshing with input changed time
The delay time for which the status change of the input terminals reaches the internal circuit of the
Unit.
The input filter time is not included.
It is described according to the ON/OFF sequence.
 Data List
Model
NX-ID5142-1
1-8
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
0.55
Current
consumption from
I/O power
supply
[mA]
No consumption
Unit configuration data
I/O
Input power
Wei
cursupWidth
ght
rent
ply
[mm]
[g]
[mA] metho
d
7
Exter125
30
nal
Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte]
2/0
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
1/0
Num
ber
of
poin
ts
16
point
s
Internal I/O
common
Rated
input
voltage
For
both
NPN/P
NP
24
VDC
I/O
refres
hing
metho
d
Sync
ON/OFF
respons
e time
20/400
μs max.
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DC Input Units (MIL Connector, 30 mm Width)
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Description
The number of input points provided by the Unit.
This is the polarity that the Unit uses to connect to input devices.
Rated input voltage
I/O refreshing method
There are models with NPN and PNP connections.
The rated input voltage of the Unit.
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
1
Free-Run refreshing, synchronous I/O refreshing and input refreshing with input changed time are
available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
Sync: Switching synchronous I/O refreshing and Free-Run refreshing
Changed time: Input refreshing with input changed time
ON/OFF response
time
The delay time for which the status change of the input terminals reaches the internal circuit of the
Unit.
The input filter time is not included.
It is described according to the ON/OFF sequence.
 Data List
Model
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
NX-ID5142-5
0.55
NX-ID6142-5
0.60
Current
consumption from
I/O power
supply
[mA]
No consumption
Unit configuration data
I/O
Input
power
Wei
cursuppl
Width
ght
rent
y
[mm]
[g]
[mA]
metho
d
7
Exter85
30
nal
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Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte]
2/0
4/0
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
1/0
Num
ber
of
poin
ts
16
point
s
32
point
s
Internal I/O
common
Rated
input
voltage
For
both
NPN/P
NP
For
both
NPN/P
NP
24
VDC
I/O
refres
hing
metho
d
Sync
ON/OFF
respon
se time
20/400
μs max.
24
VDC
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Item
Number of points
Internal I/O common
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DC Input Units (Fujitsu Connector, 30 mm Width)
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of points
Internal I/O common
Description
The number of input points provided by the Unit.
This is the polarity that the Unit uses to connect to input devices.
Rated input voltage
I/O refreshing method
There are models with NPN and PNP connections.
The rated input voltage of the Unit.
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
Free-Run refreshing, synchronous I/O refreshing and input refreshing with input changed time are
available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
Sync: Switching synchronous I/O refreshing and Free-Run refreshing
Changed time: Input refreshing with input changed time
ON/OFF response
time
The delay time for which the status change of the input terminals reaches the internal circuit of the
Unit.
The input filter time is not included.
It is described according to the ON/OFF sequence.
 Data List
Model
NX-ID6142-6
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NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
0.55
Current
consumption from
I/O power
supply
[mA]
No consumption
Unit configuration data
I/O
Input
power
Wei
cursuppl
Width
ght
rent
y
[mm]
[g]
[mA]
metho
d
4.1
Exter90
30
nal
Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte]
4/0
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
1/0
Num
ber
of
poin
ts
32
point
s
Internal I/O
common
Rated
input
voltage
For
both
NPN/P
NP
24
VDC
I/O
refres
hing
metho
d
Sync
ON/OFF
respon
se time
20/400
μs max.
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 Items in the Summary Specifications
Description
The number of input points provided by the Unit.
This is the polarity that the Unit uses to connect to input devices.
Rated input voltage
I/O refreshing method
There are models with NPN and PNP connections.
The rated input voltage of the Unit.
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
1
Free-Run refreshing, synchronous I/O refreshing and input refreshing with input changed time are
available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
Sync: Switching synchronous I/O refreshing and Free-Run refreshing
ON/OFF response
time
Changed time: Input refreshing with input changed time
The delay time for which the status change of the input terminals reaches the internal circuit of the
Unit.
The input filter time is not included.
It is described according to the ON/OFF sequence.
 Data List
Model
NX-IA3117
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
0.50
Current
consumption from
I/O power
supply
[mA]
No consumption
Unit configuration data
I/O
Input
power
Wei
cursupWidth
ght
rent
ply
[mm]
[g]
[mA]
metho
d
9 (200
Exter60
12
VAC/50 nal
Hz)
11 (200
VAC/60
Hz)
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I/O
data
size
[byte]
4/0
bits
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
1/0
Num
ber
of
poin
ts
Internal I/O
common
Rated
input
voltage
4
point
s
No
polarity
200 to
240
VAC
I/O
refres
hing
metho
d
Free
ON/OFF
respon
se time
10/40
ms max.
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Item
Number of points
Internal I/O common
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AC Input Units (Screwless Clamping Terminal Block, 12 mm Width)
1 Data List
1-3-2
Digital Output Units
Transistor Output Units (Screwless Clamping Terminal Block, 12 mm
Width)
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of points
Internal I/O common
Description
The number of output points provided by the Unit.
This is the polarity that the Unit uses to connect to output devices.
There are models with NPN and PNP connections.
Maximum load current
Rated voltage
I/O refreshing method
The maximum output load current of the Unit. Specifications for each output point and for the Unit
are described.
The rated output voltage of the Unit.
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
Free-Run refreshing, synchronous I/O refreshing and output refreshing with specified time stamp
are available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
Sync: Switching synchronous I/O refreshing and Free-Run refreshing
ON/OFF response time
Specified time: Output refreshing with specified time stamp
The delay time for which data in the internal circuit is reflected in the state of output elements of the
Unit.
It is described according to the ON/OFF sequence.
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Model
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
Unit configuration data
Current
I/O
consump- powe
Wei Widt
tion from r supght
h
I/O power
ply
[g] [mm]
supply
meth
[mA]
od
30
NX
70
12
bus
40
0.50
NX-OD3121
0.55
10
NX-OD3153
0.50
30
NX-OD3256
0.55
20
NX-OD3257
0.50
40
NX-OD3268
NX
bus
10
NX-OD4256
0.65
30
NX-OD5121
NX-OD5256
20
0.70
0/1
Nu
mbe
r of
poin
ts
Internal I/O
common
2
point
s
NPN
PNP
4
point
s
NPN
Maximum
load
current
0.5 A/
point,
1 A/
Unit
0.5 A/
point,
2 A/
Unit
I/O
refres
hing
meth
od
ON/OFF
respon
se time
24 VDC
Specified
time
300/
300 ns
max.
12 to 24
VDC
24 VDC
Sync
0.1/0.8
ms max.
300/
300 ns
max.
0.5/1.0
ms max.
300/
300 ns
max.
0.5/1.0
ms max.
Rated
voltage
PNP
external
0.55
2/18
0/4
bits
20
NX-OD4121
I/O
data
size
[byte]
40
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8
point
s
16
point
s
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
2 A/
point,
8 A/
Unit
0.5 A/
point,
4 A/
Unit
12 to 24
VDC
24 VDC
12 to 24
VDC
24 VDC
0.1/0.8
ms max.
0.5/1.0
ms max.
0.1/0.8
ms max.
0.5/1.0
ms max.
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1-3-2 Digital Output Units
NX-OD2154
NX-OD2258
Summary specifications
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
1/1
1-3 Digital I/O Units
 Data List
1 Data List
Transistor Output Units (M3 Screw Terminal Block, 30 mm Width)
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of points
Internal I/O common
Description
The number of output points provided by the Unit.
This is the polarity that the Unit uses to connect to output devices.
Maximum load current
There are models with NPN and PNP connections.
The maximum output load current of the Unit. Specifications for each output point and for the Unit
are described.
Rated voltage
I/O refreshing method
The rated output voltage of the Unit.
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
Free-Run refreshing, synchronous I/O refreshing and output refreshing with specified time stamp
are available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
Sync: Switching synchronous I/O refreshing and Free-Run refreshing
Specified time: Output refreshing with specified time stamp
ON/OFF response time
The delay time for which data in the internal circuit is reflected in the state of output elements of the
Unit.
It is described according to the ON/OFF sequence.
 Data List
Model
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
NX-OD5121-1
0.60
NX-OD5256-1
0.65
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Unit configuration data
Current
conI/O
sumppower
Widt
Weigh
tion from supply
h
t [g]
I/O power metho
[mm]
supply
d
[mA]
30
External 125
30
Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte]
Number
of I/O
entry
mappings
0/2
0/1
Number of
point
s
16
points
Inter
nal
I/O
com
mon
NPN
PNP
Maximum
load
current
0.5 A/
point,
5 A/
Unit
Rated
voltage
12 to
24
VDC
24
VDC
I/O
refres
hing
metho
d
ON/O
FF
respo
nse
time
Sync
0.1/0.
8 ms
max.
0.5/1.
0 ms
max.
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Transistor Output Units (MIL Connector, 30 mm Width)
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Description
The number of output points provided by the Unit.
This is the polarity that the Unit uses to connect to output devices.
Maximum load current
There are models with NPN and PNP connections.
The maximum output load current of the Unit. Specifications for each output point and for the Unit
are described.
Rated voltage
I/O refreshing method
The rated output voltage of the Unit.
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
Free-Run refreshing, synchronous I/O refreshing and output refreshing with specified time stamp
are available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
Sync: Switching synchronous I/O refreshing and Free-Run refreshing
Specified time: Output refreshing with specified time stamp
ON/OFF response time
The delay time for which data in the internal circuit is reflected in the state of output elements of the
Unit.
It is described according to the ON/OFF sequence.
 Data List
NX-OD5121-5
0.60
Unit configuration data
Current
conI/O
sumppower
Widt
Weigh
tion from supply
h
t [g]
I/O power metho
[mm]
supply
d
[mA]
30
External 80
30
NX-OD5256-5
0.70
40
85
NX-OD6121-5
0.80
50
90
NX-OD6256-5
1.00
80
95
Model
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
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Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte]
Number
of I/O
entry
mappings
0/2
0/1
Number of
point
s
16
points
Inter
nal
I/O
com
mon
NPN
Maximum
load
current
0.5
A/point,
2 A/Unit
12 to
24
VDC
24
VDC
0.5
A/point,
2
A/common,
4A/Unit
12 to
24
VDC
24
VDC
PNP
0/4
32
points
NPN
PNP
Rated
voltage
I/O
refres
hing
metho
d
ON/O
FF
respo
nse
time
Sync
0.1/0.8
ms
max.
0.5/1.
0 ms
max.
0.1/0.8
ms
max.
0.5/1.0
ms
max.
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Item
Number of points
Internal I/O common
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Transistor Output Units (Fujitsu Connector, 30 mm Width)
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of points
Internal I/O common
Description
The number of output points provided by the Unit.
This is the polarity that the Unit uses to connect to output devices.
Maximum load current
There are models with NPN and PNP connections.
The maximum output load current of the Unit. Specifications for each output point and for the Unit
are described.
Rated voltage
I/O refreshing method
The rated output voltage of the Unit.
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
Free-Run refreshing, synchronous I/O refreshing and output refreshing with specified time stamp
are available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
Sync: Switching synchronous I/O refreshing and Free-Run refreshing
Specified time: Output refreshing with specified time stamp
ON/OFF response time
The delay time for which data in the internal circuit is reflected in the state of output elements of the
Unit.
It is described according to the ON/OFF sequence.
 Data List
Model
NX-OD6121-6
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NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
0.80
Unit configuration data
Current
conI/O
sumppower
Widt
Weigh
tion from supply
h
t [g]
I/O power metho
[mm]
supply
d
[mA]
50
External 90
30
Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte]
Number
of I/O
entry
mappings
0/4
0/1
Number of
point
s
32
points
Inter
nal
I/O
com
mon
NPN
Maximum
load
current
0.5 A/
point, 2
A/common,
4 A/Unit
Rated
voltage
12 to
24
VDC
I/O
refres
hing
metho
d
ON/O
FF
respo
nse
time
Sync
0.1/0.8
ms
max.
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1-3 Digital I/O Units
Relay Output Units (Screwless Clamping Terminal Block, 12 mm
Width)
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of points
Relay type
Description
The number of output points provided by the Unit.
The type of relay that is connected to the Unit.
1
There are N.O. and N.O. + N.C.
The maximum value of switchable current of the relay that is connected to the Unit.
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
Free-Run refreshing and synchronous I/O refreshing are available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
ON/OFF response time
Sync: Switching synchronous I/O refreshing and Free-Run refreshing
The delay time for which data in the internal circuit is reflected in the state of output elements of the
Unit.
It is described according to the ON/OFF sequence.
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Model
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
NX-OC2633
0.80
NX-OC2733
0.95
Unit configuration data
Current
I/O
consump- powe
Wei Widt
tion from r supght
h
I/O power
ply
[g] [mm]
supply
meth
[mA]
od
No conExter- 65
12
sumption
nal
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Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte]
0/2
bit
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
0/1
Nu
mbe
r of
poin
ts
2
point
s,
independent
contacts
Relay
type
N.O.
N.O. +
N.C.
Maximum
switching
capacity
250 VAC/2 A
(cosΦ = 1),
250 VAC/2 A
(cosΦ = 0.4),
24 VDC/2 A,
4 A/Unit
I/O
refres
hing
metho
d
Free
ON/OFF
respon
se time
15/15
ms max.
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Maximum switching
capacity
I/O refreshing method
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1-3-3
Digital Mixed I/O Units
DC Input/Transistor Output Units (MIL Connector, 30 mm Width)
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of points
Internal I/O common
Description
The number of output and input points provided by the Unit. The first value in this column is for output, and the latter is for input.
This is the polarity that the Unit uses to connect to output and input devices.
There are models with NPN and PNP connections. The first value in this column is for output, and
the latter is for input.
Maximum load current
Rated voltage
I/O refreshing method
The maximum output load current of the Unit.
Specifications for each output point and for the Unit are described.
The rated output voltage and rated input voltage of the Unit. The first value in this column is for output, and the latter is for input.
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
Free-Run refreshing, synchronous I/O refreshing, output refreshing with specified time stamp and
input refreshing with input changed time are available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
Sync: Switching synchronous I/O refreshing and Free-Run refreshing
Specified time: Output refreshing with specified time stamp
Changed time: Input refreshing with input changed time
ON/OFF response
time
For outputs, the delay time for which data in the internal circuit is reflected in the state of output
elements of the Unit. For inputs, the delay time for which the status change of the input terminals
reaches the internal circuit of the Unit.
The input filter time is not included.
The first two values in this column are for output, and the latter two are for input.
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Unit configuration data
0.70
NX-MD6256-5
0.75
40
Model
NX
Unit
power
consumption
[W]
Input
curre
nt
[mA]
7
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I/O
pow
er
supp
ly
meth
od
Exter
nal
Summary specifications
Weig
ht [g]
Widt
h
[mm]
I/O
data
size
[byte
]
Num
ber
of I/O
entry
mapping
s
105
30
2/2
1/1
110
Number of
points
16
points,
16
points
Internal I/O
common
NPN,
for
both
NPN/P
NP
PNP,
for
both
NPN/P
NP
Maximum
load
current
0.5 A/
point,
2 A/
Unit
Rated
voltage
12 to
24
VDC,
24
VDC
24
VDC,
24
VDC
I/O
refre
shin
g
meth
od
Sync
ON/OF
F
respo
nse
time
0.1/0.8
ms
max.,
20/400
μs
max.
0.5/1.0
ms
max.,
20/400
μs
max.
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1-3-3 Digital Mixed I/O Units
NX-MD6121-5
Current
consumption
from
I/O
power
supply
[mA]
30
1-3 Digital I/O Units
 Data List
1 Data List
DC Input/Transistor Output Units (Fujitsu Connector, 30 mm Width)
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of points
Description
The number of output and input points provided by the Unit. The first value in this column is for output, and the latter is for input.
This is the polarity that the Unit uses to connect to output and input devices.
Internal I/O common
There are models with NPN and PNP connections. The first value in this column is for output, and
the latter is for input.
Maximum load current
The maximum output load current of the Unit.
Rated voltage
Specifications for each output point and for the Unit are described.
The rated output voltage and rated input voltage of the Unit. The first value in this column is for output, and the latter is for input.
I/O refreshing method
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
Free-Run refreshing, synchronous I/O refreshing, output refreshing with specified time stamp and
input refreshing with input changed time are available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
Sync: Switching synchronous I/O refreshing and Free-Run refreshing
Specified time: Output refreshing with specified time stamp
Changed time: Input refreshing with input changed time
ON/OFF response
time
For outputs, the delay time for which data in the internal circuit is reflected in the state of output
elements of the Unit. For inputs, the delay time for which the status change of the input terminals
reaches the internal circuit of the Unit.
The input filter time is not included.
The first two values in this column are for output, and the latter two are for input.
 Data List
Unit configuration data
Model
NX-MD6121-6
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NX
Unit
power
consumption
[W]
0.70
Current
consumption
from
I/O
power
supply
[mA]
30
Input
curre
nt
[mA]
7
I/O
pow
er
supp
ly
meth
od
Exter
nal
Summary specifications
Weig
ht [g]
Widt
h
[mm]
I/O
data
size
[byte
]
Number
of I/O
entry
mappings
95
30
2/2
1/1
Number of
points
16
points,
16
points
Internal I/O
common
NPN,
for
both
NPN/P
NP
Maximum
load
current
0.5 A/
point,
2 A/
Unit
Rated
voltage
12 to
24
VDC,
24
VDC
I/O
refre
shin
g
meth
od
Sync
ON/OF
F
respo
nse
time
0.1/0.8
ms
max.,
20/400
μs
max.
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1-4 Analog I/O Units
1-4
This section describes the data for Analog I/O Units.
1-4-1
Analog Input Units
1
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of points
Input range
Resolution
Input method
Description
The number of analog input points provided by the Unit.
The input range of the Unit.
The resolution of converted values of the Unit.
The analog signal input method provided by the Unit. Single-ended input and differential input are
available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Single: Single-ended input
I/O refreshing method
Diff: Differential input
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
Free-Run refreshing and synchronous I/O refreshing are available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
Conversion time
Sync: Switching synchronous I/O refreshing and Free-Run refreshing
The time required per input to convert analog input signals of the Unit to the converted values.
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1-4-1 Analog Input Units
Analog Input Units (Screwless Clamping Terminal Block, 12 mm
Width)
1 Data List
 Data List
Model
NX-AD2203
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
0.90
NX-AD2204
NX-AD2208
NX-AD2603
1.05
NX-AD2604
NX-AD2608
NX-AD3203
0.90
NX-AD3204
NX-AD3208
0.95
NX-AD3603
1.10
NX-AD3604
NX-AD3608
NX-AD4203
1.05
NX-AD4204
NX-AD4208
1.10
NX-AD4603
1.15
NX-AD4604
NX-AD4608
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Unit configuration data
I/O
Current
pow
consumpWei Widt
er
tion from
ght
h
supI/O power
[g]
[mm]
ply
supply
met
[mA]
hod
No conNX
70
12
sumption
bus
No
supply
Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte
]
4/0
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
1/0
Num
ber
of
poin
ts
2
point
s
NX
bus
No
supply
NX
bus
No
supply
8/0
4
point
s
NX
bus
No
supply
NX
bus
No
supply
NX
bus
No
supply
16/0
8
point
s
Input
range
Resolution
4 to 20
mA
1/
8000
-10 to
+10 V
1/
30000
1/
8000
4 to 20
mA
1/
30000
1/
8000
-10 to
+10 V
1/
30000
1/
8000
4 to 20
mA
1/
30000
1/
8000
-10 to
+10 V
1/
30000
1/
8000
1/
30000
Input
meth
od
Single
Diff
Single
Diff
Single
Diff
Single
Diff
Single
Diff
Single
Diff
I/O
refresh
ing
metho
d
Conver
sion
time
Free
250 μs
Sync
10 μs
Free
250 μs
Sync
10 μs
Free
250 μs
Sync
10 μs
Free
250 μs
Sync
10 μs
Free
250 μs
Sync
10 μs
Free
250 μs
Sync
10 μs
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Analog Output Units
Analog Output Units (Screwless Clamping Terminal Block, 12 mm
Width)
 Items in the Summary Specifications
1
Description
The number of analog output points provided by the Unit.
The output range of the Unit.
The resolution of converted values of the Unit.
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
1-4-2 Analog Output Units
Item
Number of points
Output range
Resolution
I/O refreshing method
Free-Run refreshing and synchronous I/O refreshing are available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
Sync: Switching synchronous I/O refreshing and Free-Run refreshing.
Conversion time
The time required per output to convert analog output signals of the Unit to the converted values.
 Data List
Model
NX-DA2203
NX-DA2205
NX-DA2603
NX-DA2605
NX-DA3203
NX-DA3205
NX-DA3603
NX-DA3605
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
1.75
Unit configuration data
I/O
Current
pow
consumper
Wei Widt
tion from
supght
h
I/O power
ply
[g]
[mm]
supply
met
[mA]
hod
No conNX
70
12
sumption
bus
Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte
]
0/4
1.10
1.80
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Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
0/1
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1-4-2
Num
ber
of
poin
ts
2
point
s
4
point
s
Output
range
4 to 20 mA
-10 to +10
V
4 to 20 mA
-10 to +10
V
Resolution
1/8000
1/30000
1/8000
1/30000
1/8000
1/30000
1/8000
1/30000
I/O
refreshi
ng
method
Conversion
time
Free
Sync
Free
Sync
Free
Sync
Free
Sync
250 μs
10 μs
250 μs
10 μs
250 μs
10 μs
250 μs
10 μs
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1-4-3
Temperature Input Units
Temperature Input Units (Screwless Clamping Terminal Block, 12
mm Width)
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of points
Input type
Conversion time
Resolution
Description
The number of temperature input points provided by the Unit.
The temperature input type of the Unit.
The time required to convert temperature input signals of the Unit to temperature data.
The resolution of the measured values for the Unit. It is defined in C.
I/O refreshing method
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
Only Free-Run refreshing method is available.
In the following table, the following abbreviation is used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
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Model
NX-TS2101
NX-TS2102
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
0.90
0.80
NX-TS2104
Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte
]
4/0
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
1/0
Num
ber
of
poin
ts
2
point
s
Input type
Thermocouple
0.90
NX-TS2202
0.75
4/0
8/0
Conversion
time
250 ms
10 ms
8/0
NX-TS2201
NX-TS2204
Unit configuration data
I/O
Current
pow
consumper
Weig Widt
tion from
supht
h
I/O power
ply
[g]
[mm]
supply
met
[mA]
hod
No
70
12
No consumption
supply
60 ms
Resistance thermometer
Resistance thermometer
Resistance thermometer
250 ms
Resolution
0.1C
I/O
refreshin
g
method
Free
max. *1
0.01C
max.
0.001C
max.
0.1C
max.
10 ms
0.01C
max.
60 ms
0.001C
max.
*1. The resolution is 0.2C max. when the input type is R, S, or W.
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 Items in the Summary Specifications
Description
The number of temperature input points provided by the Unit.
The temperature input type of the Unit.
The time required to convert temperature input signals of the Unit to temperature data.
The resolution of the measured values for the Unit. It is defined in C.
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
1
1-4-3 Temperature Input Units
Item
Number of points
Input type
Conversion time
Resolution
I/O refreshing method
Only Free-Run refreshing method is available.
In the following table, the following abbreviation is used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
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Model
NX-TS3101
NX-TS3102
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
1.30
1.10
Unit configuration data
I/O
Current
pow
consumper
Weig Widt
tion from
supht
h
I/O power
ply
[g]
[mm]
supply
met
[mA]
hod
No
140
24
No consumption
supply
NX-TS3104
Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte
]
8/0
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
1/0
Num
ber
of
poin
ts
4
point
s
Input type
Thermocouple
1.30
NX-TS3202
1.05
NX-TS3204
8/0
130
16/0
250 ms
10 ms
16/0
NX-TS3201
Conversion
time
60 ms
Resistance thermometer
Resistance thermometer
Resistance thermometer
250 ms
Resolution
0.1°C
I/O
refreshin
g
method
Free
max. *1
0.01C
max.
0.001C
max.
0.1C
max.
10 ms
0.01C
max.
60 ms
0.001C
max.
*1. The resolution is 0.2C max. when the input type is R, S, or W.
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Temperature Input Units (Screwless Clamping Terminal Block, 24
mm Width)
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1-5
Position Interface Units
This section describes the data for Position Interface Units.
1-5-1
Incremental Encoder Input Units
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of channels
Number of external
inputs
Maximum response
frequency
I/O refreshing method
Description
The number of encoder input channels of the Unit.
The number of external inputs of the Unit.
The maximum frequency of the encoder input.
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
Free-Run refreshing and synchronous I/O refreshing are available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
Sync: Switching synchronous I/O refreshing and Free-Run refreshing
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Model
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
Unit configuration data
Current
consumpI/O
Weig Widt
tion from
power
ht
h
I/O power
supply
[g]
[mm]
supply
method
[mA]
0
NX bus
70
12
NX-EC0112
NX-EC0122
0.85
0.95
NX-EC0132
NX-EC0142
0.95
1.05
30*1
130
NX-EC0212
NX-EC0222
0.85
0.95
0
70
Summary specifications
18/4
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
1/1
24
18/4
1/1
1
3 (NPN)
3 (PNP)
4 MHz
12
36/8
2/2
2 (NPN)
2 (PNP)
None
500 kHz
I/O
data
size
[byte]
Maximum
respons
e frequency
I/O
refresh
ing
metho
d
3 (NPN)
3 (PNP)
500 kHz
Sync
Number
of
channel
s
Number
of external
inputs
1 (NPN)
1 (PNP)
Remar
ks
24 V
voltage
input
Line
receive
r input
24 V
voltage
input
*1. When you use the 5-V power supply for an encoder, be sure to include that current too. Refer to the NX-series Position
Interface Units User's Manual (Cat. No. W524-E1-04 or later) for information on how to convert a 5-V power supply current
consumption to a 24-V power supply current consumption.
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1-5-2
SSI Input Units
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of channels
Number of external
inputs
Description
The number of SSI communications channels of the Unit.
The number of external inputs of the Unit.
1
The maximum baud rate (Maximum frequency of synchronous clock) that you can use for SSI
communications.
I/O refreshing method
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
1-5-2 SSI Input Units
Maximum baud rate
Free-Run refreshing and synchronous I/O refreshing are available.
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
Sync: Switching synchronous I/O refreshing and Free-Run refreshing
 Data List
Model
NX-ECS112
NX-ECS212
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
0.85
0.90
Unit configuration data
I/O
Current
pow
consumper
Weig Widt
tion from
supht
h
I/O power
ply
[g]
[mm]
supply
met
[mA]
hod
20
NX
65
12
bus
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I/O
data
size
[byte
]
10/0
20/0
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
1/0
2/0
Number
of
channels
1
2
Number of
external
inputs
None
Maximum
baud
rate
2 MHz
I/O
refreshing
method
Sync
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Pulse Output Units
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of channels
Number of external
inputs
Description
The number of pulse output channels of the Unit.
The number of external inputs of the Unit.
Number of external
outputs
Maximum pulse output speed
I/O refreshing method
The number of external outputs of the Unit.
The maximum pulse output speed.
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
Only synchronous I/O refreshing method is available.
In the following table, the following abbreviation is used.
Sync: Synchronous I/O refreshing
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Model
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
NX-PG0112
0.80
NX-PG0122
0.90
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Unit configuration data
I/O
Current
pow
consumper
Weig Widt
tion from
supht
h
I/O power
ply
[g]
[mm]
supply
met
[mA]
hod
20
NX
70
12
bus
Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte
]
18/
14
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
1/1
Numb
er of
chann
els
Numb
er of
external
inputs
Numb
er of
external
outputs
Maximum
pulse
output
speed
1
(NPN)
1
(PNP)
2
(NPN)
2
(PNP)
1
(NPN)
1
(PNP)
500
kHz
I/O
refresh
ing
metho
d
Sync
Remar
ks
Open
collecto
r output
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Units
1-6
Communications Interface Units
This section describes the data for Communications Interface Units.
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
External connection terminals
Port specifications
Number of ports
Communications protocol
1
Description
The shape of the external connection terminals of the Unit.
The serial communications port specifications of the Unit.
The number of serial ports of the Unit.
The serial communications protocol supported by the Unit.
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NX-CIF101
NX-CIF105
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
0.90
1.45
NX-CIF210
0.95
Model
Unit configuration data
Current conI/O
sumption
Weig Width
power
from I/O
supply ht [g] [mm]
power supmethod
ply [mA]
No consump- No sup- 66
12
tion
ply
69
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30
Summary specifications
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Number
of I/O
entry
mappings
1/1
60/56
2/2
I/O
data
size
[byte]
External
connection terminals
Screwless
clamping
terminal
block
D-sub connector
Port specifications
Number of
ports
RS-232C
RS-422A/4
85
1
RS-232C
2
Communication
s protocol
No-prot
ocol
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System Units
This section describes the data for System Units.
1-7-1
Additional NX Unit Power Supply Unit
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Rated power supply
voltage
NX Unit power supply
capacity
Description
The rated voltage that is supplied to the Unit.
The amount of power that the Unit can supply to the NX Units.
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Model
NX-PD1000
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
0.45
Unit configuration data
Current
I/O
consump- powe
Weig Widt
tion from
r supht
h
I/O power
ply
[g]
[mm]
supply
meth
[mA]
od
No conNo
65
12
sumption
supply
Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte]
0/0
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
0/0
Rated power
supply voltage
24 VDC
NX Unit power supply capacity*1
10 W
*1. The NX Unit power supply capacity is restricted by the temperature or installation orientation. For details, refer to A-1 NX Unit Power
Supply and I/O Power Supply Capacity on page A-2.
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1-7 System Units
1-7-2
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Rated power supply
voltage
Maximum current of
I/O power supply
Description
The rated voltage of the I/O power supply that is supplied to the Unit.
The maximum value of the current supplied from the I/O power supply that the Unit can supply to
the NX Units through the NX bus connectors.
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
Model
NX-PF0630
NX-PF0730
1-7-3
0.45
Unit configuration data
Current
consumpI/O
Widt
tion from Weigh
data
h
I/O power
t [g]
size
[mm]
supply
[byte]
[mA]
10
65
12
0/0
Summary specifications
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
0/0
Rated power supply voltage
5 to 24 VDC
Maximum current of I/O
power supply
4A
10 A
I/O Power Supply Connection Unit
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of I/O power
supply terminals
Current capacity of I/O
power supply terminal
Description
The type (IOV/IOG) and number of I/O power supply terminals of the Unit.
The current capacity of the I/O power supply terminals of the Unit.
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Model
NX-PC0020
NX-PC0010
NX-PC0030
NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
0.45
Unit configuration data
Current
I/O
consumppower
Wei Widt
tion from
supply
ght
h
I/O power
metho
[g]
[mm]
supply
d
[mA]
No conNX bus 65
12
sumption
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Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte]
0/0
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
0/0
Number of I/O
power supply terminals
IOV: 16 terminals
IOG: 16 terminals
IOV: 8 terminals
IOG: 8 terminals
Current capacity of I/O
power supply terminal
4 A/terminal
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 Data List
1
1 Data List
1-7-4
Shield Connection Unit
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of shield terminals
Description
The number of terminals of the SHLD terminal of the Unit.
 Data List
Model
NX-TBX01
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NX Unit
power
consumption [W]
0.45
Unit configuration data
Current
I/O
consump- powe
Wei Widt
tion from r supght
h
I/O power
ply
[g]
[mm]
supply
meth
[mA]
od
No conNo
65
12
sumption
supply
Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte]
Number
of I/O
entry
mappings
0/0
0/0
Number of shield terminals
14 terminals
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1-8 Safety Control Units
1-8
Safety Control Units
This section describes the data for Safety Control Units.
1-8-1
Safety CPU Unit
1
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Only Free-Run refreshing method is available.
In the following table, the following abbreviation is used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
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Model
NX-SL3300
NX-SL3500
NX Unit
power
consumptio
n [W]
0.90
Unit configuration data
Curre
nt
I/O
consu
powe
mptio
Wei Widt
r supn from
ght
h
ply
I/O
[g]
[mm]
meth
power
od
supply
[mA]
No
No
75
30
consupply
sumption
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Summary specifications
I/O
data
size
[byte]
0/0 to
512/
512
0/0 to
1024/
1024
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
Maximum
number
of safety
I/O points
Program
capacity
Number
of safety
master
connecti
ons
I/O
refreshin
g method
2/2
256 points
512 KB
32
Free
1024
points
2048 KB
128
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Item
Description
Maximum number of
This is the number of safety I/O points that the Unit can control.
safety I/O points
Program capacity
This is the capacity of the user program in the Unit.
Number of safety mas- This is the number of safety master connections that the Unit can have through Safety over Etherter connections
CAT (FSoE).
You can connect one Safety I/O Unit for each safety master connection.
I/O refreshing method The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
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Safety Input Units
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of safety
input points
Number of test output
points
Internal I/O common
Description
This is the number of safety input points on the Unit.
Rated input voltage
OMRON Special
Safety Input Devices
This is the rated input voltage of the Unit.
This tells whether the Unit supports the connection of OMRON Special Safety Input Devices (D40A
Non-contact Door Switches, E3FS Single Beam Safety Sensors, etc.).
Number of safety
slave connections
In the following table, the following abbreviations are used.
Yes: Can be connected
No: Cannot be connected
This is the number of safety slave connections that the Unit can have through Safety over EtherCAT (FSoE). You can connect to one Safety CPU Unit for each safety slave connection.
I/O refreshing method
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
This is the number of test output points on the Unit. The test output points are used with the safety
input terminals.
This is the polarity that the Unit uses to connect to input devices. There are
models with NPN and PNP connections.
Only Free-Run refreshing method is available.
In the following table, the following abbreviation is used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
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Model
NX
Unit
power
consu
mptio
n [W]
NX-SID800
0.75
NX-SIH400
0.70
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Unit configuration data
Curre
nt
I/O
consu
Input powe
mptio
Weig
curr supWidth
n from
ht
rent
ply
[mm]
I/O
[g]
[mA]
meth
power
od
supply
[mA]
20
3.0
NX
70
12
bus
4.5
I/O
data
size
[byte]
10/
10
8/8
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
Numb
er of
safety
input
point
s
2/2
8
point
s
4
point
s
Summary specifications
OMR
Numb
ON
Numb
er of
Speci
Intern Rated
er of
test
al
al I/O input
safety
outpu
Safet
comm voltag
slave
t
y
on
e
conne
point
Input
ctions
s
Devic
es
2
PNP 24
No
1
point
VDC
s
Yes
I/O
refres
hing
metho
d
Free
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1-8-3
Safety Output Units
 Items in the Summary Specifications
Item
Number of safety
output points
Internal I/O common
Rated voltage
Number of safety
slave connections
I/O refreshing method
This is the polarity that the Unit uses to connect to output devices. There are models with NPN and
PNP connections.
This is the maximum load current for outputs on the Unit. A specification is given for each output
and each Unit.
This is the rated voltage of the outputs on the Unit.
This is the number of safety slave connections that the Unit can have through Safety over EtherCAT (FSoE). You can connect to one Safety CPU Unit for each safety slave connection.
The I/O refreshing methods that are used by the Unit.
Only Free-Run refreshing method is available.
In the following table, the following abbreviation is used.
Free: Free-Run refreshing
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Model
NX Unit
power
consumpt
ion [W]
NX-SOD400
0.75
NX-SOH200
0.70
Unit configuration data
Current
I/O
consu
powe
mption
r
from
Weig Width
supI/O
ht [g] [mm]
ply
power
meth
supply
od
[mA]
60
NX
65
12
bus
40
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I/O
data
size
[byte]
Number of
I/O
entry
mappings
8/8
2/2
Numb
er of
safety
outpu
t
point
s
4
points
2
points
Intern
al I/O
com
mon
PNP
Maximu
m load
current
Rated
volta
ge
0.5 A/
point, 2 A/
Unit
2.0 A/
point,
4.0 A/Unit
at 40C,
2.5 A/Unit
at 55C
24
VDC
Numbe
r of
safety
slave
connec
tions
I/O
refresh
ing
metho
d
1
Free
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1-8-3 Safety Output Units
Maximum load current
Description
This is the number of safety output points on the Unit.
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A
Appendices
This section describes NX Unit power supply capacity.
A-1 NX Unit Power Supply and I/O Power Supply Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-2
A-1-1
A-1-2
A-1-3
EtherCAT Coupler Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-2
EtherNet/IP Coupler Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
Additional NX Unit Power Supply Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-4
A-2 List of Screwless Clamping Terminal Block Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
A-2-1
A-2-2
A-2-3
Model Notation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
List of Terminal Block Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Applicable Screwless Clamping Terminal Blocks for Each Unit Model . . . . . . . A-6
A-3 Version Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-8
A-3-1
A-3-2
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Relationship between Unit Versions of Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-8
Support Functions of the Communications Coupler Units and Restrictions on the
NX Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-15
A-1
Appendices
A-1 NX Unit Power Supply and I/O Power
Supply Capacity
Each Unit that supplies NX Unit power or I/O power to the Slave Terminal has different restrictions on
the installation orientation and maximum output capacity. This section describes the restrictions on
each Unit.
A-1-1
EtherCAT Coupler Unit
 NX-ECC201/ECC202/ECC203
Item
NX Unit power supply capacity
Installation orientation and restrictions
Specification
10 W max. (Refer to Installation orientation and restrictions for details.)
Installation orientation: Possible in 6 orientations.
Restrictions:
• For upright installation
NX Unit
power supply (W)
12
For 10 W output, 40°C
For 8.5 W output, 55°C
10
8
6
4
2
0 0
10
20
30
40 45 50 55 60
Ambient operating temperature (°C)
• For any installation other than upright
NX Unit
power supply (W)
12
For 10 W output, 40°C
10
8
For 6.0 W output, 55°C
6
4
2
0 0
10
20
30
40 45 50 55 60
Ambient operating temperature (°C)
A-2
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A-1 NX Unit Power Supply and I/O Power
Supply Capacity
A-1-2
EtherNet/IP Coupler Unit
 NX-EIC202
Item
Specification
NX Unit power supply capacity
10 W max. (Refer to Installation orientation and restrictions for details.)
Maximum current of I/O power sup- 10 A (Refer to Installation orientation and restrictions for details.)
ply
Installation orientation and restrictions
Installation orientation: Possible in 6 orientations.
Restrictions:
A
• For upright installation
The following restrictions apply to the NX Unit power supply.
For 10 W output, 40°C
For 8.5 W output, 55°C
10
8
6
4
2
0 0
10
20
30
40 45 50 55 60
Ambient operating temperature (°C)
• For any installation other than upright
The following restrictions apply respectively to the NX Unit power supply and I/O
power supply.
NX Unit
power supply (W)
12
For 10 W output, 40°C
10
8
For 6.0 W output, 55°C
6
4
2
0 0
10
20
30
40 45 50 55 60
Ambient operating temperature (°C)
I/O power supply (A)
For 10 A current, 45°C
12
10
8
For 6 A current, 55°C
6
4
2
0 0
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20
30
40 45 50 55 60
Ambient operating temperature (°C)
A-3
A-1-2 EtherNet/IP Coupler Unit
NX Unit
power supply (W)
12
Appendices
A-1-3
Additional NX Unit Power Supply Unit
 NX-PD1000
Item
NX Unit power supply capacity
Installation orientation and restrictions
Specification
10 W max. (Refer to Installation orientation and restrictions for details.)
Installation orientation: Possible in 6 orientations.
Restrictions:
• For upright installation
NX Unit
power supply (W)
12
For 10 W output, 40°C
For 8.5 W output, 55°C
10
8
6
4
2
0 0
10
20
30
40 45 50 55 60
Ambient operating temperature (°C)
• For any installation other than upright
NX Unit
power supply (W)
12
For 10 W output, 40°C
10
8
For 6.0 W output, 55°C
6
4
2
0 0
10
20
30
40 45 50 55 60
Ambient operating temperature (°C)
A-4
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Appendices
This section explains how to read the Screwless Clamping Terminal Block model numbers and shows
the Screwless Clamping Terminal Block models that are applicable to each Unit.
A-2-1
Model Notation
A
The Screwless Clamping Terminal Block models are assigned based on the following rules.
A-2-1 Model Notation
NX -T
- TB Product type
TB: Terminal block
Terminal specifications
A: Column letter indication A/B, without functional ground terminal
B: Column letter indication C/D, without functional ground terminal
C: Column letter indication A/B, with functional ground terminal
Number of terminals
08: 8 terminals
12: 12 terminals
16: 16 terminals
Other specifications
1: Terminal current capacity of 4 A
2: Terminal current capacity of 10 A
A-2-2
List of Terminal Block Models
The following table shows a list of Screwless Clamping Terminal Blocks.
Terminal Block model
NX-TBA081
NX-TBA121
NX-TBA161
NX-TBB121
NX-TBB161
NX-TBA082
NX-TBA122
NX-TBA162
NX-TBB122
NX-TBB162
NX-TBC082
NX-TBC162
Number of terminals
8
12
16
12
16
8
12
16
12
16
8
16
Ground terminal mark
Not provided
Terminal current capacity
4A
10 A
Provided
Note When you purchase a Terminal Block, purchase an NX-TB2.
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A-2 List of Screwless Clamping Terminal
Block Models
A-2 List of Screwless Clamping Terminal
Block Models
A-5
Appendices
A-2-3
Applicable Screwless Clamping Terminal Blocks for Each Unit
Model
The following indicates the Screwless Clamping Terminal Blocks that are applicable to each Unit.
Unit model number
NX-ECC201
NX-ECC202
NX-EIC202
NX-ID3
NX-ID4
NX-ID5
NX-IA3117
NX-OD2
NX-OD3268
NX-OD3
(any model other
than NX-OD3268)
NX-OD4
NX-OD5
NX-OC2
NX-AD2
NX-AD3
NX-AD4
NX-DA2
NX-DA3
NX-TS21
NX-TS31
NX-TS22
NX-TS32
NX-EC0112
NX-EC0122
A-6
Model
NX-TBA081
NX-TBC082
NX-TBC082
NX-TBC082
NX-TBA121
NX-TBA122
NX-TBA161
NX-TBA162
NX-TBA161
NX-TBA162
NX-TBA081
NX-TBA082
NX-TBA081
NX-TBA082
NX-TBA162
NX-TBA121
NX-TBA122
Terminal Block
Number of
Ground terminal
terminals
mark
8
Not provided
Provided
8
12
16
8
16
12
NX-TBA161
16
NX-TBA162
NX-TBA161
NX-TBA162
NX-TBA081
8
NX-TBA082
NX-TBA081
NX-TBA082
NX-TBA121
12
NX-TBA122
NX-TBA161
16
NX-TBA162
NX-TBA081
8
NX-TBA082
NX-TBA121
12
NX-TBA122
You cannot replace the Terminal Blocks.
Provided
Not provided
Current capacity
4A
10 A
10 A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
Refer to the NX-series Analog I/O Units User’s Manual (Cat No. W522) for details.
NX-TBA161
16
Not provided
4A
NX-TBA162
10 A
NX-TBA161/TBB161
4A
NX-TBA162/TBB162
10 A
NX-TBA161
4A
NX-TBA162
10 A
NX-TBA161
4A
NX-TBA162
10 A
NX-series Data Reference Manual (W525)
Appendices
NX-EC0132
NX-EC0142
NX-EC0212
NX-EC0222
NX-ECS112
NX-ECS212
NX-PG0122
NX-CIF101
NX-CIF105
NX-PD1000
NX-PF0630
NX-PF0730
NX-PC
NX-TBX01
NX-SL3300
NX-SL3500
NX-SIH400
NX-SID800
NX-SOD400
NX-SOH200
NX-TBA121/TBB121
NX-TBA122/TBB122
NX-TBA121/TBB121
NX-TBA122/TBB122
NX-TBA121
NX-TBA122
NX-TBA121
NX-TBA122
NX-TBA121
NX-TBA122
NX-TBA121
NX-TBA122
NX-TBA161
NX-TBA162
NX-TBA161
NX-TBA162
NX-TBC162
NX-TBC162
NX-TBA081
NX-TBC082
NX-TBA081
NX-TBA082
NX-TBA082
NX-TBA161
NX-TBA162
NX-TBA161
NX-TBC162
No Terminal Blocks
No Terminal Blocks
NX-TBA081
NX-TBA082
NX-TBA161
NX-TBA162
NX-TBA081
NX-TBA082
NX-TBA081
NX-TBA082
16
Provided
8
Not provided
Provided
Not provided
16
Provided
8
16
8
Not provided
Current capacity
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
10 A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
A
A-2-3 Applicable Screwless Clamping Terminal Blocks for Each Unit Model
NX-PG0112
Model
Terminal Block
Number of
Ground terminal
terminals
mark
12
Not provided
A-2 List of Screwless Clamping Terminal
Block Models
Unit model number
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
4A
10 A
Precautions for Correct Use
You can mount NX-TB1 and NX-TB2 Terminal Blocks to the Units whose terminal
current capacity is specified to 4 A or less.
However, even if you mount the NX-TB2 Terminal Block, the current specification does
not change because the current capacity specification of the terminals on the Units is 4 A or
less.
NX-series Data Reference Manual (W525)
A-7
Appendices
A-3 Version Information
This section describes the relationship between the unit versions of the NX Units, Communications
Coupler Units and CPU Units, and the versions of the Sysmac Studio, and the specification changes for
each unit version of each Unit.
A-3-1
Relationship between Unit Versions of Units
The relationship between the unit versions of the NX Units and the Communications Coupler Units,
CPU Units, and Sysmac Studio versions are shown below.
How to Read the Version Combination Table
The items that are used in the version combination table are given below.
NX Units
A-8
Model
Unit version
Model numbers of
NX Units.
Unit versions
of NX Units.
Communications Coupler
Units
Unit versions of
EtherCAT Coupler Units that
are compatible
with the NX
Units.
Corresponding Unit Versions/Versions
EtherCAT
EtherNet/IP
CommunicaSysmac StuSysmac StuCPU Units
tions Coupler
dio
dio
Units
Unit versions of Sysmac Studio Unit versions of Sysmac Studio
NX-series CPU versions that
EtherNet/IP
versions that
Units or
are compatible Coupler Units
are compatible
NJ-series CPU with the NX
that are comwith the NX
Units that are
Units, Etherpatible with the Units and Ethcompatible with CAT Coupler
NX Units.
erNet/IP Couthe EtherCAT
Units and CPU
pler Units.
Coupler Unit.
Units.
NX-series Data Reference Manual (W525)
Appendices
Version Combination Table
A
 Communications Coupler Units
Unit version
NX-ECC201
Ver.1.2
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.0
NX-ECC202
Ver.1.2*2
NX-ECC203
Ver.1.3*3
Corresponding unit version/version*1
Using an NX-series CPU Unit
Using an NJ-series CPU Unit
Unit version of
Sysmac Studio
Unit version of
Sysmac Studio
CPU Unit
version
CPU Unit
version
Ver. 1.10 or later
Ver. 1.13 or higher
Ver. 1.07 or later
Ver. 1.08 or higher
Ver. 1.06 or later
Ver. 1.07 or higher
Ver. 1.05 or later
Ver. 1.06 or higher
Ver. 1.07 or later
Ver. 1.08 or higher
Ver. 1.07 or later
Ver. 1.13 or higher
*1. Some Units do not have all of the versions given in the above table. If a Unit does not have the specified version, support is provided by the oldest available version after the specified version. Refer to the user’s manuals
for the specific Units for the relation between models and versions.
*2. For the NX-ECC202, there is no unit version of 1.1 or earlier.
*3. For the NX-ECC203, there is no unit version of 1.2 or earlier.
NX Units
Model
NX-EIC202
Unit version
Ver.1.0
NX-series Data Reference Manual (W525)
Corresponding
Versions
Sysmac
Studio
Ver.1.10
A-9
A-3-1 Relationship between Unit Versions of Units
Model number of
EtherCAT Coupler Unit
A-3 Version Information
• With the combinations of the unit versions/versions shown below, you can use all the functions that
are supported by the unit version of the Unit model. Use the unit versions/versions (or the later/higher
unit versions/versions) that correspond to the NX Unit models and the unit versions. You cannot use
the specifications that were added or changed for the relevant NX Unit models and the unit versions
unless you use the corresponding unit versions/versions.
• If you use a unit version/version later/higher than the corresponding unit versions/versions below,
refer to the version information for the Communications Coupler Unit and CPU Unit.
Appendices
 Digital I/O Units
Corresponding Unit Versions/Versions*1
NX Units
EtherCAT
Model
NX-ID3317
NX-ID3343
NX-ID3344
Unit version
Ver.1.0
Communications
Coupler
Units
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
CPU Units
Sysmac
Studio
Ver.1.05
Ver.1.06
EtherNet/IP
CommunicaSysmac
tions
Studio
Coupler
Units
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.07
---
---
Ver.1.06
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.10
NX-ID3417
NX-ID3443
NX-ID3444
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.06*2
Ver.1.05
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.06*2
Ver.1.07
---
---
NX-ID4342
NX-ID4442
NX-ID5142-1
NX-ID5142-5
NX-ID5342
NX-ID5442
NX-ID6142-5
NX-ID6142-6
NX-IA3117
NX-OD2154
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.05
Ver.1.06
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.10
NX-OD2258
NX-OD3121
NX-OD3153
NX-OD3256
NX-OD3257
NX-OD3268
NX-OD4121
NX-OD4256
NX-OD5121
NX-OD5121-1
NX-OD5121-5
NX-OD5256
NX-OD5256-1
NX-OD5256-5
NX-OD6121-5
NX-OD6121-6
NX-OD6256-5
NX-OC2633
NX-OC2733
NX-MD6121-5
NX-MD6121-6
NX-MD6256-5
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.06
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.08
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.06*2
Ver.1.07
---
---
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.05
Ver.1.06
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.06
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.06
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.06
Ver.1.08
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
*1. Some Units do not have all of the versions given in the above table. If a Unit does not have the specified version, support is provided by the oldest available version after the specified version. Refer to the user’s manuals for the specific Units for the relation between models and versions.
*2. The instructions for time stamp refreshing are supported by CPU Units with unit version 1.06 or later. If you do
not use instructions for time stamp refreshing, you can use version 1.05. Refer to the NJ/NX-series Instructions Reference Manual (Cat. No. W502) for details on the instructions for time stamp refreshing.
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NX-series Data Reference Manual (W525)
Appendices
 Analog Input Units/Analog Output Units
EtherCAT
Model
Unit Version
Ver.1.0
Communications
Coupler
Units
Ver.1.0
CPU
Units
Ver.1.05
Sysmac
Studio
Ver.1.06
EtherNet/IP
CommuSysmac
nications
Studio
Coupler
Units
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.10
A
A-3-1 Relationship between Unit Versions of Units
NX-AD2203
NX-AD2204
NX-AD2208
NX-AD2603
NX-AD2604
NX-AD2608
NX-AD3203
NX-AD3204
NX-AD3208
NX-AD3603
NX-AD3604
NX-AD3608
NX-AD4203
NX-AD4204
NX-AD4208
NX-AD4603
NX-AD4604
NX-AD4608
NX-DA2203
NX-DA2205
NX-DA2603
NX-DA2605
NX-DA3203
NX-DA3205
NX-DA3603
NX-DA3605
A-3 Version Information
Corresponding Unit Versions/Versions*1
NX Units
*1. Some Units do not have all of the versions given in the above table. If a Unit does not have the specified version, support is provided by the oldest available version after the specified version. Refer to the user’s manuals for the specific Units for the relation between models and versions.
NX-series Data Reference Manual (W525)
A - 11
Appendices
 Temperature Input Units
Corresponding Unit Versions/Versions*1
NX Units
EtherCAT
Model
NX-TS2101
NX-TS2102
NX-TS2104
NX-TS2201
NX-TS2202
NX-TS2204
NX-TS3101
NX-TS3102
NX-TS3104
NX-TS3201
NX-TS3202
NX-TS3204
Unit Version
Communications
Coupler
Units
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.0 *1
CPU
Units
Ver.1.05
Sysmac
Studio
Ver.1.06
Ver.1.08
EtherNet/IP
CommuSysmac
nications
Studio
Coupler
Units
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.06
Ver.1.08
Ver.1.06
Ver.1.08
Ver.1.06
Ver.1.08
*1. Some Units do not have all of the versions given in the above table. If a Unit does not have the specified version, support is provided by the oldest available version after the specified version. Refer to the user’s manuals for the specific Units for the relation between models and versions.
A - 12
NX-series Data Reference Manual (W525)
Appendices
 Position Interface Units
EtherCAT
Model
NX-EC0112
NX-EC0122
NX-EC0132
NX-EC0212
NX-EC0222
NX-ECS112
NX-ECS212
NX-PG0112
NX-PG0122
Unit version
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.2
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.2
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.2
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.2
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.2
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.2
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.2
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.2
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.2
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.2
Communications
Coupler
Units
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.06
*2
*2
Ver.1.0
CPU
Units
Ver.1.05
Sysmac
Studio
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.07
Ver.1.08
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.07
Ver.1.08
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.07
Ver.1.08
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.07
Ver.1.08
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.07
Ver.1.08
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.06
Ver.1.08
Ver.1.13
EtherNet/IP
CommuSysmac
nications
Studio
Coupler
Unit
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
A
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
A-3-1 Relationship between Unit Versions of Units
NX-EC0142
A-3 Version Information
Corresponding Unit Versions/Versions*1
NX Units
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.13
Ver.1.10
---
Ver.1.13
---
*1. Some Units do not have all of the versions given in the above table. If a Unit does not have the specified version, support is provided by the oldest available version after the specified version. Refer to the user’s manuals for the specific Units for the relation between models and versions.
*2. You can use the following versions if the time stamp refreshing function is not used.
EtherCAT Coupler Unit: Version 1.0
NJ-series CPU Units: Version 1.05
 Communications Interface Units
NX Units
Model
NX-CIF101
NX-CIF105
NX-CIF210
Unit version
Ver.1.0
NX-series Data Reference Manual (W525)
Corresponding Unit Versions/Versions
EtherCAT
EtherNet/IP
CommuCommunications
CPU
Sysmac
nications
Sysmac
Coupler
Units
Studio
Coupler
Studio
Units
Unit
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.12
-----
A - 13
Appendices
 System Units
Corresponding Unit Versions/Versions*1
NX Units
EtherCAT
Model
NX-PD1000
NX-PF0630
NX-PF0730
NX-PC0020
NX-PC0010
NX-PC0030
NX-TBX01
Unit version
Ver.1.0
Communications
Coupler
Units
Ver.1.0
CPU
Units
Ver.1.05
Sysmac
Studio
Ver.1.06
EtherNet/IP
CommuSysmac
nications
Studio
Coupler
Unit
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.08
Ver.1.06
*1. Some Units do not have all of the versions given in the above table. If a Unit does not have the specified version, support is provided by the oldest available version after the specified version. Refer to the user’s manuals for the specific Units for the relation between models and versions.
 Safety Control Units
NX Units
Model
NX-SL3300
NX-SL3500
NX-SIH400
NX-SID800
NX-SOD400
NX-SOH200
Unit version
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.0
Corresponding Unit Versions/Versions*1
EtherCAT
EtherNet/IP
CommuCommunications
CPU
Sysmac
nications
Sysmac
Coupler
Units
Studio
Coupler
Studio
Units
Unit
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.06
Ver.1.07
----Ver.1.10
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.2
Ver.1.07
Ver.1.08
----Ver.1.10
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.06
Ver.1.07
----Ver.1.10
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.10
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.06
Ver.1.07
*1. Some Units do not have all of the versions given in the above table. If a Unit does not have the specified version, support is provided by the oldest available version after the specified version. Refer to the user’s manuals for the specific Units for the relation between models and versions.
A - 14
NX-series Data Reference Manual (W525)
Appendices
A-3-2
Some functions that were added or changed for each model addition and unit version of the Communications Coupler Units are restricted depending on the models of the NX Units and unit versions.
The following is a list of restrictions on NX Units for the functions.
Refer to the user's manual for the Communications Coupler Unit for details on the functions listed
below.
A-3 Version Information
Support Functions of the Communications Coupler Units and
Restrictions on the NX Units
 EtherCAT Coupler Units
A
Models of NX Units and unit versions
Ver.1.0
I/O checking
Addition
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.0 *2
Ver.1.0
Monitoring total power-ON time
Addition
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.0
Restarting after
Clear All Memory
operation
Change
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.0
Change
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.0
Not supported
Ver.1.0
Addition
Model on
time
stamp
refreshing
Ver.1.0
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Function
Restarting
Restarting a specified
Change
or addition
Digital
I/O Units
Temperature
Input
Units
Position
Interface
Units
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.0
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
System
Units
NX Unit *1
Restarting after
transferring Unit
operation settings
I/O refreshing
method
Restarting only the
specified NX Unit
after performing the
Clear All Memory
operation for a specified NX Unit
Restarting the NX
Unit to which the Unit
operation settings
were transferred
when you transfer the
settings to a specified
NX Unit
Time stamp refreshing *3
• Input refreshing
with input changed
time
• Output refreshing
with specified time
stamp
Safety
Control
Units
Communications
Interface
Units
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.0
*1. A CPU Unit with unit version 1.07 or later is required to specify an NX Unit with the restart instruction. If you do not specify an NX Unit with the restart instruction, you can use version 1.05. Refer to the NJ/NX-series Instructions Reference
Manual (Cat. No. W502) for details on specifying an NX Unit with the restart instruction.
*2. When the MC Function Module is used, use the MC Test Run and axis status monitor (MC monitor table) functions of the
Sysmac Studio to check the wiring.
*3. The instructions for time stamp refreshing are supported by CPU Units with unit version 1.06 or later. If you do not use
instructions for time stamp refreshing, you can use version 1.05. Refer to the NJ/NX-series Instructions Reference Manual (Cat. No. W502) for details on the instructions for time stamp refreshing.
NX-series Data Reference Manual (W525)
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A-3-2 Support Functions of the Communications Coupler Units and Restrictions on the NX Units
Addition
Analog
Input
Units/An
alog Output Units
Ver.1.0
Appendices
 EtherNet/IP Coupler Units
Models of NX Units and unit versions
Function
Restarting
Restarting a specified
NX Unit
Monitoring total power-ON time
Restarting after
Clear All Memory
operation
Restarting after
transferring Unit
operation settings
A - 16
Restarting only the
specified NX Unit
after performing the
Clear All Memory
operation for a specified NX Unit
Restarting the NX
Unit to which the Unit
operation settings
were transferred
when you transfer the
settings to a specified
NX Unit
Addition
Ver.1.0
Analog
Input
Units/An
alog Output Units
Ver.1.0
Addition
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.0
Change
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.0
Change
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.0
Change
or addition
Digital
I/O Units
Temperature
Input
Units
Position
Interface
Units
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.1
Ver.1.0
System
Units
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Communications
Interface
Units
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Not supported
Safety
Control
Units
NX-series Data Reference Manual (W525)
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