.MONTUOJAMI-STOVE-PLV_1, CS1 serija (EN)

.MONTUOJAMI-STOVE-PLV_1, CS1 serija (EN)
Programmable Controllers
From Machine Control to Information Management _
Multiple-application Controllers with a Wide Range of Functions
Note: Do not use this document to operate the Unit.
OMRON Corporation
Industrial Automation Company
Control Devices Division H.Q.
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Cat. No. R090-E1-04
Printed in Japan
0705-1M
The popular SYSMAC CS1 is better than ev er _ finely tuned
to allow new levels of control.
Programmable Controllers are
abbreviated as "PLC" in this catalog.
The term "personal computers" is
fully written out, and not abbreviated.
Price Competition
Total Cost Reduction
Original Products
Time to Market
Meeting Tighter
Deadlines
Global Standards
International
Competition
Manufacturing
Industry
Developing
Core Technologies
Customization
Cost
Diversification
The current climate of ever-intensifying
competition has created a large number of
different needs for manufacturing industries
around the world. To meet these needs,
OMRON has made further improvements to its
SYSMAC CS1 PLCs, which have been used
successfully in thousands of systems, to deliver
even greater performance. With an "H" for Hyper
Controller, the new PLCs boast the highest
standards in performance, functionality, and
expandability.
In order to create facilites that have the production capability
to withstand sudden changes in demand, or to create
machinery that is easily distinguished from that created by
market competitors, a top-speed controller that can deliver
the performance required to support these needs is
required. The SYSMAC CS1 PLCs have been equipped with
the highest I/O responsiveness and data control functionality
to significantly reduce processing time and to control
machinery movement with greater precision.
In order to allow easier development of complex programs,
in addition to an integrated Windows-based development
environment, the new PLCs are equipped with a variety of
instructions. Structured programming functionality has been
improved to allow programs to be reused with greater
efficiency and thereby reduce labor requirements and cut
costs.
The know-how that our customers have accumulated
through the years forms the core of their competitive
strength. At OMRON, we believe in enhancing this knowhow to the utmost. The key to doing this is 100% upward
compatibility. CS1 PLCs allow existing Units and programs
to be used without any changes.
Unit Versions
Unit versions have been introduced to
control differences in functions featured
by CPU Units that are the result of
version upgrades.
The unit version is marked on the
nameplates of products subject to
version control, as shown in the
diagram.
Unit
CS1H-CPU67H
CPU UNIT
Lot No. 031001 0000 Ver. 3.0
OMRON Corporation
MADE IN JAPAN
Unit version
2
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Use the improved SYSMAC CS1 PLCs to scal e advanced systems to
the optimum size.
The evolution of
the SYSMAC CS1 is
accelerating advances in
the production site.
Faster Instruction Execution and Faster Overall Performance
In addition to further improvements to
the instruction execution engine, which
is the core of overall PLC performance,
the high-speed RISC chip has been
upgraded to realize the fastest
instruction execution performance in
Common Processing: 1.6 Times Faster
Previous CS1
models
0.5 ms
New CS1
models
0.3 ms
PCMIX Value: 3 Times Higher
New CS1
models
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The PCMIX is the average number of instructions that can be
executed in 1 µs and expresses the over execution performance of
the ladder program. This unit was conceived to allow comparing
the performance of PLCs from different manufacturers using a
common metric.
Cycle Time: 2.5 to 4.8 Times Shorter
(Cycle time for 128 inputs and 128 outputs)
Previous CS1
models
New CS1
models
LD Instruction Processing Speed:
2 Times Faster
8 Ksteps/ms
Basic instructions only: 38 Ksteps/ms
Including special instructions:
22 Ksteps/ms
With normal I/O refresh, 1-ms pulses are not lost even for largecapacity (e.g., 30-Kstep) programs. This allows use in applications
requiring a high working accuracy, such as molding equipment.
In the past, I/O refresh processing with
the CPU Bus Unit only occurred during
I/O refresh after instructions were
Previous CS1
models
DLNK
40 ns
20 ns
The development of a special LSI to execute instructions and use
of a high-speed RISC chip enable high-speed processing at the
CPU.
Previous CS1
models
New CS1
models
20 ns
Programs consisting mainly of basic instructions are processed at
ultrahigh speed.
37 µs
2.1 µs
Cycle time overhead due to program structuring is minimized.
System Bus Baud Rate Doubled
Baud rate
doubled
The data transfer rate between the CPU
Unit and certain Units has been
doubled to further improve total system
performance.
CIO Area words
allocated to CPU
Bus Units
DM Area words
allocated for CPU
Bus Units
Specific Area for
CPU Bus Units
Data exchange
during communications cycle
System bus
Product lineup
(Example: LD instruction processing speed, DM capacity)
Program
Capacity
Unit name
Refresh function
Controller Link Unit
Data links
DeviceNet Unit
Remote I/O
Serial Communications
Unit
Protocol macros
Ethernet Unit
Socket service based
on manipulation of
specific bits.
(LD: 0.02 µs, DM: 448 Kwords)
120 Ksteps
(LD: 0.02 µs, DM: 256 Kwords)
(LD: 0.02 µs, DM: 128 Kwords)
Large Capacity CPU Units for
Greater Component Control
Power
The CS1 CPU Units boast amazing
capacity with up to 5,120 I/O points, 250
Ksteps of programming, 448 Kwords of
data memory (including expanded data
memory) and 4,096 timers/counters
each. With a large programming
capacity, CS1 PLCs are not only ideal
for large-scale systems but easily
handle value-added applications and
other advanced data processing.
(LD: 0.04 µs, DM: 128 Kwords)
30 Ksteps
(LD: 0.04 µs, DM: 64 Kwords)
CPU Unit
(LD: 0.04 µs, DM: 64 Kwords)
Reduced Variation in Cycle Time During Data Processing
Instructions that require long execution
time, such as table data processing
instructions and text string processing
instructions, are processed over
Table data/
text string
processing
Long
execution
time
multiple cycles to minimize variations in
cycle time and maintain stable I/O
response.
Table data/
text string
processing
Only start of
processing
designated.
Ten I/O Units of 96 points each
The cycle is temporarily
extended when the instruction
is executed.
Variation
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Background processing performed over several
cycles to limit the impact on cycle time and thus
reduce variation in cycle time.
(LD: 0.02 µs, DM: 64 Kwords)
10 Ksteps
(LD: 0.04 µs, DM: 64 Kwords)
1,280 pts
5,120 pts
Number of I/O points
Control Up to 960 Points with
Units Mounted to the CPU Rack
The CS1 provides a high level of space
efficiency. As many as 960 I/O points
can be controlled by simply mounting
ten Basic I/O Units, with 96 I/O points
each, to the CPU Rack. Alternatively, as
many as 80 analog I/O points can be
used by mounting five Analog Input
Units and five Analog Output Units.
Five Analog Output Five Analog Input Units of
Units of 8 points each 8 points each
(LD: 0.02 µs, DM: 64 Kwords)
20 Ksteps
960 pts
CS1 Basic I/O Units
CS1 Special I/O Units
CS1 CPU Bus Units
A total of nine CPU Unit models
provide for a wide range of applications,
from small-scale systems to large. The
lineup also includes Memory Cards,
Serial Communications Boards, and a
wide selection of Special I/O Units that
can be used with any CPU Units to
flexibly build the system that meets the
requirements.
executed. With the new CS1, however,
I/O can be refreshed immediately by
using the DLNK instruction. Immediate
refreshing for processes peculiar to the
CPU Bus Unit, such as for data links and
DeviceNet remote I/O communications,
and for allocated CIO Area/DM Area
words when instructions are executed,
means greater refresh responsiveness
for CPU Bus Units.
60 Ksteps
Subroutine Processing Speed:
17.6 Times Faster
New CS1
models
CPU Bus
Unit n
Wide Lineup Makes It Easy to
Build the Optimum System
250 Ksteps
170 ns
Previous CS1
models
Immediate
I/O refresh
n
OUT Instruction Processing Speed:
8 Times Faster
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Improved Refresh Performance for Data Links,
Remote I/O Communications, and Protocol Macros
CPU Unit
New CS1
models
The figures above are for high-speed, general-purpose PLCs with
interchangeable boards.
Previous CS1
models
the industry. Also, the new models
have a mode where instruction
execution and peripheral processing are
processed in parallel, enabling balanced
improvements in overall speed.
Two Series of Expansion Racks Up to 50 m Long for
Long-distance Expansion with Up to 72 Units and 7 Racks
With an expansion capacity of up
to 80 Units and 7 Racks over a
distance of 12 meters, the CS1 can
meet large-scale control needs.
Alternatively, an I/O Control Unit
and I/O Interface Units can be used
to connect two series of CS1 Longdistance Expansion Racks
extending up to 50 m each and
50 m
containing a total of up to 72 Units
and 7 Racks. CS1 Basic I/O Units,
CS1 Special I/O Units, and CS1
CPU Bus Units can be mounted
anywhere on the Racks and
programmed without being
concerned about special remote
programming requirements.
I/O Control Unit
CPU
2 Series of
Expansion Racks;
Up to 7 Racks Total
9 Units
I/O Interface Unit
50 m
Terminating
Resistor
Note: C200H Units cannot be mounted on the Longdistance Expansion Racks.
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Equipped with functions demanded by the
suit a variety of applications.
The evolution of
the SYSMAC CS1 is
accelerating advances in
the production site.
Nested Interlocks (for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
Although strictly speaking the present
interlock instructions do not allow
nesting, applications can be created to
include combination of complete and
partial interlock conditions that achieve
nested interlocks.
Emergency
stop button
Operator
Emergency
stop button
MILH 0
Conveyor
operates
Worker present (a)
Simpler Ladder Programs
The new CS1 can convert floating-point
decimal (real numbers) to character
strings (ASCII) for display on a PT
(operator interface). The data can be
displayed on the PT as a characterstring display element.
Ladder programs that use a lot of basic
instructions can be simplified using
differentiation instructions LD NOT,
AND NOT, and OR NOT, and
instructions that access bits in the DM
and EM Areas.
Floatingpoint
decimal
MILC 1
With other PLCs
Character
string
E.g., 500.00
353030E23030
Support Software
clearly shows the
interlock status.
Easy Cam Switch Control with Ladder Instructions
PIDAT
Cam switch
Value
converted by
GRY
instruction
Absolute
encoder
ON
OFF
OFF
Parallel
wiring
Gray code converted
into binary, BCD, or
angles.
Easy Calendar Timer Function
(for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
Compared to see whether
data is between upper
and lower limits.
The time interval
for execution by
the GRY
instruction is
determined by the
response speed
for reading data
from the absolute
encoder.
A specified error status can be
simulated by executing the diagnostic
instructions (FAL/FALS). With the new
CS1, debugging is simple for
applications that display messages on a
PT or other display device based on the
error status of the CPU Unit.
(Example)
TIME-PROPORTIONAL
OUTPUT (TPO) Instruction
PT
=DT
Error in Special I/O
Unit
S
C
D
TPO
S
C
B
20 % 80 %
1s
FAL
Manipulated variable
Turn ON at 5:00
every evening
PID
SSR
D00000
#0000
a
ANDW
D00000
#FFFE
D00000
Binary Set Values for
Timer/Counter Instructions
Time-proportioning PID
control can be handled
by the PLC by combining
the PID and TPO
(TIME-PROPORTIONAL
OUTPUT) instructions.
Floating-point
decimal instruction
High-precision positioning
Easy Reading of Maintenance
Data via DeviceNet
(for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
An error has
occurred at unit
number xx.
(for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
Compares two
dates/times Comparison
can be limited to any
combination of years,
months, days, hours,
minutes, or seconds.
Example:
A calendar timer function
can be easily set up to
start a process at exactly
5:00 every evening.
The new CS1 has many doubleprecision processing instructions for
floating-point decimal operations,
enabling positioning with greater
accuracy.
Error Status Generation for
Debugging
Compared using
BCMP2 instruction
BCMP2
Highly Accurate Positioning
with XY Tables
OUTB
ORW
D00000
#0001
D00000
PID control instruction with
autotuning
ON
OFF
GRY
Autotuning for PID constants
Output
Upper limit Lower limit
Floatingpoint
decimal
Character
string
a
The new CS1 can autotune PID
constants with a PID control instruction.
The limit cycle method is used for
autotuning, so the tuning is completed
quickly. This is particularly effective for
multiple-loop PID control.
Comparison table
a
Conversion instruction
Serial
communications
PID Autotuning
(1) Conveyor operates
(2) Contact "a" turns ON when operator is present and
products are supplied.
(3) When the emergency stop button is pressed, the
conveyor and product addition both stop.
With CS1-series PLCs
a
Character-string
display element
CX-Programmer Screen
Angular data
Measurement device
(example)
500.00
MILC 0
(for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
The new CS1 can convert ASCII
character strings read from
measurement devices by serial
communications to floating-point
decimal data for use in data processing.
Conversion instruction
Product
added
Contact a
Convert Between Floating-point Decimal and Character Strings
PT
MILH 1
Product added
by contact a
production site to
The addition of special explicit message
instructions makes it easy to send
explicit messages without having to
consider FINS commands. Transferring
data among PLCs with explicit
messages is also simplified.
Special explicit
message instruction
The SV for a timer or counter
instruction can be specified using either
BCD or binary. Using binary SV enables
longer timers and higher-value
counters.
Examples: Timer/Counter Instructions
TIM (BCD): 0 to 999.0 s
TIMX(550) (binary) 0 to 6553.5 s
CNT (BCD): 0 to 999 counts
CNTX(546) (binary) 0 to 65,535 counts
Applicable Timer/Counter Instructions
TIMER: TIMX(550)
COUNTER: CNTX(546)
HIGH-SPEED TIMER: TIMHX(551)
ONE-MS TIMER: TMHHX(552)
ACCUMULATIVE TIMER: TTIMX(555)
LONG TIMER: TIMLX(553)
MULTI-OUTPUT TIMER: MTIMX(554)
REVERSIBLE COUNTER: CNTRX(548)
RESET TIMER/COUNTER: CNRX(547)
No need to
consider FINS
PT
There is a
possibility that
rack number xx
is disconnected.
DeviceNet
I/O bus error
FALS
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Easier and more efficient design, developmen
Windows-based software and middleware.
Improved Support Software for an Integrated
Windows-based Development Environment
Enhanced Efficiency for
Program Development Teams
More efficient design and development using the CX-Programmer for programming
and network configuration, and CX-Simulator for operation simulation.
CX-Programmer
CX-Simulator
System PLC
CS1
Online connection
Inside the personal
computer
CX-Net Network Configuration Tool
OMRON FB Library
CX-Simulator
(Virtual CPU Unit)
In addition to ladder programming,
function block logic can be written in ST,
which conforms to IEC61131-3. With ST,
arithmetic processing is also possible,
including processing of absolute values,
square roots, logarithms, and
trigonometric functions (SIN, COS, and
TAN). Processing difficult to achieve in
ladder programs becomes easy to write.
Task 1
Executing
Executing
Normal
end
Address
DeviceNet
Master Unit
DeviceNet
Simply paste a function block
from the OMRON FB Library
into the ladder program and
enter the unit number, set
point, and other parameters.
Temperature
Controller
The report shows that this
address is used in the
program in the right
column, and tells how
many times it is used.
CX-Programmer list of
duplicate addresses
When development is
done by several people,
only the tasks that have
been revised need to be
downloaded from CXProgrammer.
Recovery Possible by
Uploading Function Blocks
from Working PLC (Unit Ver. 3.0 or later)
Programs with function blocks can be
uploaded from CPU Units, just like
normal programs, without the need for
additional memory, such as a Memory
Card.
Programs with
function blocks
can be uploaded
from working
PLCs.
CX-Programmer
Ver.5.0
FB
CS/CJ-series
Unit Ver. 3.0
The CX-Simulator Software simulates
ladder execution of the new CS1 CPU
Unit on a computer. Online functions,
such as monitoring of I/O bit status,
monitoring of I/O memory present
values, forced set/reset, differential
monitoring, data tracing, and online
editing, can be performed by connecting
to the virtual CPU Unit on the computer
from the CX-Programmer using the CXSimulator. This reduces the total lead
time to machine or system startup.
CX-Simulator
Executing
Checking for address duplication among
tasks developed by multiple programmers is
automatically executed with the cross
reference report of CX-Programmer.
SYSMAC CJ-series PLC
(See note.)
Temperature
Controller
unit number
Programs Can Be Executed,
Monitored, and Debugged
without an Actual PLC
Monitoring with
CX-Programmer
What is the OMRON FB Library?
The OMRON FB Library is a set of functional objects for
ladder programming for OMRON CS/CJ-series PLCs. By
incorporating the OMRON function blocks provided by
OMRON into a ladder program, the program interface for
different control devices is easily completed. This reduces the
number of working hours required for program development
and, at the same time, improves product quality through
standardization.
The Structured Text (ST)
Language Enables Trigonometric
Functions and other Arithmetic
Processes (Unit Ver. 3.0 or later)
Task 1
Example: Function Block for Writing Temperature Controller SPs
(Unit Ver. 3.0 or later)
The OMRON FB library provides
function blocks for setting SPs, reading
PVs, and reading/writing RUN/STOP
status and other Temperature Controller
parameters. The programmer simply
pastes function blocks from the OMRON
FB Library into the ladder program. The
desired functions can be utilized simply
by inputting the Temperature Controller
unit number and address.
Task 1
Online connection
Windows
FB
Multiple programmers will enjoy better
efficiency when working on task-based
programs, thanks to automatic
checking for address duplication
among tasks, downloading and
uploading in task units, and easy
monitoring of task operating status.
The execution status of each task can be
monitored with CX-Programmer to improve
debugging efficiency.
CX-Programmer
(Programming
software)
Integrated
development
environment
(for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
Check for duplicate addresses
The evolution of
the SYSMAC CS1 is
accelerating advances in
the production site.
t, and maintenance with
Download only the revised tasks.
Copy and Paste between
Spreadsheets and Symbol Tables
System status
setting window
Debugging console
window
Virtual
CPU Unit
Data Logging On-site and
Operation Verification in the
Office
Sequential data from I/O memory in the
actual PLC can be obtained and saved
as a data recreation file (CSV format).
On-site PLC ladder execution can be
recreated on a computer by inputting
this data to the CX-Simulator as virtual
external input data.
CX-Simulator
Virtual external
input
Sequential data
Virtual
CPU Unit
Actual PLC
CS1
Comprehensive Debugging
Functions Including Ladder
Step Execution and Break Points
The new CS1 has comprehensive
debugging functions, including ladder
step execution (execution by instruction),
start point settings, break point setting,
I/O break conditions, and scan execution.
This enables more detailed debugging
without using an actual PLC. Interrupt
tasks can be simulated, enabling more
realistic debugging.
Virtual
CPU Unit
Start
Stop
Middleware to Support PLC-centered System Construction
Easy development of user applications for communications with the new CS1.
SYSMAC Compolet:
Accessing the CS1 with
Visual Basic
PLC Reporter 32:
Add-on Software for Accessing
the New CS1 Using Excel
Use SYSMAC Compolet for
communications with OMRON PLCs to
greatly reduce development time of
user applications for CS1 I/O memory
read and write, forced set/reset, and
FINS message communications using
Visual Basic.
Use PLC Reporter 32 to automatically
collect specific CS1 I/O memory data
into Excel 97 or Excel 2000 cells without
special programming. Basically, a
system can be constructed with a
computer, PLC Reporter 32, Excel, and a
host link cable. The cost of constructing
a monitoring system can thus be greatly
reduced.
You can use your favorite spreadsheet
application to prepare an allocation
table with symbol names, addresses,
and I/O comments, then copy and paste
it into a symbol table, and also do the
reverse. This greatly improves
programming productivity.
Visual Basic user application
Compolet
Fins Gateway
Excel
Network board or port
PLC Reporter (Fins Gateway)
Network support: Controller
Link, Ethernet, or RS-232C
serial communications
Network board or port
Network support: Controller
Link, Ethernet, or RS-232C
serial communications
CS1
CS1
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CX-Programmer Ver. 5.0 or
higher is required.
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Further improvements to communications f unctions.
Seamless networks increase production site transparency.
The Solution for Communicating Flexible System Building
across Network Levels
Based on the DeviceNet
The CS1 Series supports the worldwide
multivendor bus standard, DeviceNet.
Component connections in a
multivendor environment are greatly
enhanced by connecting to up to 64
nodes for a wide range of FA
applications, and by device profiles and
configurator tools that ensure high
reliability and easy maintenance.
Production systems can be configured
even more flexibly by incorporating
products such as the MULTIPLE I/O
TERMINAL.
The SYSMAC CS1 enables FINS
message communications across a
maximum of eight levels (See note)
(using CX-Programmer Ver. 4.0 or
higher) in comparison with three levels
in previous OMRON systems
Expansion up to eight levels lets you
build a seamless communications
system for sending FINS messages
across multiple levels of Ethernet and
Controller Link networks.
Note: For CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or later.
Add a Redundant Optical Ring
to Your Controller Link
Communications
Head office, remote office,
home, business trip destination
• CX-Programmer
Functions for Better Ethernet
Support
OMRON offers a full lineup of reliable
PLCs including the "flagship" CS1
Series, and ranging from the smallscale CQM1H to the large-scale CV
Series. The CS1 Series meets the needs
not only of small-scale to large-scale
systems, but of distributed systems as
well. This allows the construction of the
optimum system for the scale and
applications of the production site.
Ethernet is becoming an increasingly
important standard for information
networks. Up to eight socket interfaces
for TCP/IP and UDP/IP are supported, in
addition to FINS messages, FTP file
transfers, and mail notification, so that
production management can now be
organically linked with the production
site.
Head office,
remote office,
home, business
trip destination
• Web browser
Head office or remote office
• Web browser
• CX-Programmer
The new CS1 has an operating mode
that allows parallel processing for
program execution and peripheral
services. This has the following benefits.
Email
FINS message
Ethernet
(Intranet)
Serial communications
CS1
ONC
Ethernet Unit
• TCP/IP or UDP/IP socket service
• FINS message communications
• Message client (SMTP) function
• FTP server function
(File read/write to Memory Card)
FINS message
Controller network
Peripheral services
independent from
cycle time.
Automatic FTP transfer of
collected data
Modem
Seamless
Fast large-volume data
exchange
No variations in data
exchange timing
HTTP/socket
Email
Host
SCADA software
Fast exchange with host computers of
large amounts of data, without
dependence on the program capacity of
the new CS1.
Smooth refreshing of data exchanged
with SCADA software without variations
in timing.
Cycle time not affected if communications
traffic or networks increase when
expanding facilities in the future.
Internet
Public telephone line
High Event Responsiveness and High-speed Instruction Execution
Open Network Controller
• Web server function
• Email client (SMTP)
• FTP client
(Collected data file
transferred to host using
FTP when transfer
conditions are met.)
• FINS message
communications
DeviceNet
Configurator
RS-232C
Controller Link
CS1
Controller Link Unit
Controller Link Unit
DeviceNet
Unit
Data links
CJ1
Cycle time
CS1
CS1
CS1
Normal mode
FINS message
Parallel processing mode
(Peripheral servicing)
Peripheral servicing
Can be executed
in shorter period
than cycle time.
I/O refresh
I/O refresh
Peripheral service
Parallel processing
Remote I/O communications
Response time:
Approx. 1/3
Sending/receiving FINS
commands and other
event processing.
Event services with
Special I/O Units, CPU
Bus Units, and Inner
Boards.
Peripheral and RS-232C
port servicing.
Event services using
Communications Board.
DeviceNet
FINS message
Component network
(Instruction execution)
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Connecting via an ONC enables remote
monitoring from a Web browser with a
user-defined Web application (using
Web Tool Kit). It is also possible to
automatically collect data on a Memory
Card mounted to an ONC and
automatically transfer data to the host
PLC (using Data Collection/Distribution
Software).
Modem
A Wide Range of Systems,
from Small-scale to Large
Peripheral services cannot
be executed in shorter period
than cycle time.
Remote Monitoring via the Web
A redundant network configuration will
keep communications flowing over the
duplicate ring-shaped path in the event
of a broken optical fiber, preventing
system malfunction.
Information network
The evolution of
the SYSMAC CS1 is
accelerating advances in
the production site.
Programmable
Slave
DeviceNet Slave
DRT2-series Series
CS1
DeviceNet Unit
(can operate as
master or slave)
Temperature
Controller (PID and
other parameter
settings possible
from the
DeviceNet
Configurator).
CompoBus/S
Robot or
other device
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Construction of systems in multivendor env ironments simplified
with protocol macros.
The evolution of
the SYSMAC CS1 is
accelerating advances in
the production site.
Serial Gateway
(CPU Unit Ver. 3.0 or later)
(Serial Communications Units/Boards with Ver. 1.2 or later)
Enhanced Protocol Macro
Functionality
Truly Seamless Incorporation of OMRON Components
and Other Devices into Networks
When the CPU Unit (Ver. 3.0 or later) or
Serial Communications Board or Serial
Communications Unit (Ver. 1.2 or later)
receive a FINS command containing a
CompoWay/F command (see note 1) via
network or serial communications, the
command is automatically converted to
a protocol suitable for the message and
forwarded using serial communications.
CompoWay/F (See note 2.)
Host Link FINS
(Possible only with Serial Communications Boards or
Serial Communications Units Ver. 1.2 or later)
Gateway
Component/PLC
FINS network
Serial
communications
Note 2: CompoWay/F
CompoWay/F is an integrated communications
protocol used for OMRON general-purpose serial
communications. It is used by Temperature Controllers,
Digital Panel Meters, Timer/Counters, Smart Sensors,
Cam Positioners, Safety Controllers, etc. (as of July
2004).
Serial Gateway System (Reference)
FINS command received
Serial Gateway: FINS
command "capsule"
opened and contents
retrieved.
Sent as a CompoWay/F
command
Temperature
Controller
Smart Sensor
OMRON Components
Baud rate increased from 38,400 bps
to 57,600 bps for faster
communications.
Standard system protocol added for
greater connectability with
components and PLCs.
Host computer, etc.
Host Link
ASCII Unit
Serial Communications Unit
Protocol macros make it easy to create
serial communications protocols
(communications frames, error checks,
retries, error processing, etc.) to match
those of remote communications
devices. Multiple ports are provided for
this function. Each PLC supports up to
16 Serial Communications Units (32
ports total) and one Serial
Communications Board (with 2 ports).
This makes it possible to connect up to
34 devices with serial communications
at a speed of 38.4 Kbps. Message
length has been increased from 256 to
1,000 bytes to give communications
more power than ever before.
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Windows-based Software
Simplifies Serial Device
Connections
Serial
Communications Board
Peripheral bus
CPU Unit
(Programming
Console bus)
•CompoWay/F Master
•Host Link Master functions
•Mitsubishi Computer Link Master
Programmable
Terminal
Wide Range of Applicable
Protocols Allows for High
Value-added Programs
The CS1 Series supports a wide range
of serial communications protocols,
such as Host Link, no-protocol, NT Link,
peripheral bus, and more. These allow
for high value-added programs such as
MMI, communications, and data
processing.
NT Link
Protocol macros
Commercially-available
external device
General-purpose protocol
using BASIC in ASCII Unit
The Fastest Communications
in the Industry with
High-speed NT Links
Combine with one of the NS Series
Programmable Terminals (NS8, NS10,
or NS12) to enable connecting Highspeed NT Links. Using NT Link
terminology together with a
communications speed of 115 Kbps
provides high-speed response.
Protocol macros
Host Links
Device
No-protocol
CPU Unit
RS-232C Port
Serial
Communications
Unit
TXD instruction
or
RXD instruction
using Serial
Communications
Unit
Programmable
Terminal
PLC-to-PT connection in NT Link (1:N mode) communications can be either one-to-one or one-to-many.
Serial
Communications
Board
TXD instruction
or
RXD instruction
using CPU Unit's
RS-232 port or Serial
Communications Board
Response
Data input from
a bar code reader
Programmable
Terminal
Non-OMRON
PLCs, etc.
Protocol macros
Sending Host Link and
FINS commands
NT Links (1:N Mode)
Protocol macros for Serial
Communications Units and Boards can
be created using the CX-Protocol, thus
enabling message tracing and greatly
reducing the time involved in
connecting various serial devices.
Commercially-available Microcomputer,
external device
etc.
Temperature controller,
bar code reader, etc.
Reading and writing
of I/O memory and
operating modes
More Ports for Even More
Serial Device Connections
Programming Devices
CX-Programmer
CX-Protocol
Programming
CX-Motion
Console
(Serial Communications Units/Boards with Ver. 1.2 or later)
Note 1: FINS
Abbreviation for Factory Interface Network Service. A
command system for message services common to
OMRON networks. FINS commands can be sent across
up to 8 network levels, including serial
communications paths using a serial gateway.
(Possible only with CS/CJ-series CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or
later.)
When CompoWay/F commands are
enclosed in FINS commands and sent
to Serial Communications Boards or
Serial Communications Units (Ver.
1.2) or serial ports on CPU Unit Ver.
3.0, the enclosed CompoWay/F
command is retrieved using a Serial
Gateway Function and sent as a
CompoWay/F command.
Serial Communications
Configuration Example
Data output to printer
Supports No-protocol Communications
(Serial Communications Units/Boards with Ver. 1.2 or later)
No-protocol communications supported for Serial
Communications Units and Serial Communications
Boards
This mode enables components to be connected to
multiple communications ports using no-protocol
communications.
Serial port I/O instructions executable using noprotocol communications from Serial
Communications Units and Serial Communications
Boards (TXDU, RXDU, TXD, and RXD) are
supported for CPU Units with Ver. 3.0 or later.
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Advanced management and resource inheri tance providing powerful support for
maintenance and operation.
The evolution of
the SYSMAC CS1 is
accelerating advances in
the production site.
Remote Maintenance
1. Program or monitor a
remote PLC via a modem
connection.
2. Program or monitor a
network PLC via a Host
Link connection.
3. Send e-mail for errors
from PLCs connected to
Ethernet.
Boost Program Security
by Keeping Part of It Hidden
Prevent Information Leaks
from PLCs
Write Protection from a Specific
Node over the Network
(for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
(for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
(for CPU Unit Ver. 2.0 or Later)
You can prevent access to special tasks
by requiring the user to have a
password to read them.
In addition to applying read protection
functions to the user program area and
tasks, you can also protect against the
transfer of user programs to a Memory
Card.This prevents leaks of proprietary
information by completely protecting
against the reading of programs inside
the PLC.
You can now stop specific nodes from
writing over the network.By preventing
unintentionally writes to the PLC while
monitoring data over the network, you
can prevent potential problems.
Task 1
3. Mail
Ethernet
Use a password to prevent
reading of only task 2.
Task 2
Host Link
Modem
1. Remote programming/monitoring
via modem (See note.)
CX-Programmer
Ver. 4.0
Reading
possible
Reading
possible
Write protection
Task 3
Write enabled
This allows you to hide crucial parts of
the program.
(See note.)
Modem
Note: The same kind of programming and monitoring
performed via normal Host Link is possible.
By applying write protection, you can
also prevent a user from inadvertently
writing over the hidden part of the
program. This provides additional
protection for your program.
Office
Download
Write protection
PC Card
Adapter
Memory Card
Memory Card
Easy Replacement of Existing
Models
Programs designed for existing models
(C200HX/HG/HE, CVM1, or CV-series
PLCs) using the CX-Programmer can be
converted for use with the new CS1.
The following functions are available to
make the conversion to the new CS1
even easier.
Read protection
User programs, I/O memory, or system
parameters can be converted to
Windows-based files and stored in
Memory Cards or in EM file memory in
the CPU Unit. It is also possible to
automatically read the user program
and other data from the Memory Card
to the CPU Unit at startup, replacing
ROM operation. Change programs onsite using only a Memory Card and
Programming Console, or use Memory
Cards to store symbol tables or I/O
comments. Connecting a Programming
Device allows monitoring operations
with ladder programs with comments.
It is also possible to save and read data
such as DM data to a Memory Card
during operation, and the Memory
Cards are ideal for operations such as
saving quality data and reading recipes.
Read
protection
No transfer
possible
Phone line
2. Remote programming/
monitoring via Host Link
Memory Cards for Data File
Management
CX-Programmer
Ver. 4.0
Crucial
programming
cannot be
read.
Internal Flash Memory-based
Battery-free Operation
Flash memory (non-volatile memory) is
built into the new CS1's CPU Unit. User
programs and system parameters (e.g.,
PC Setup and data link tables) are
automatically saved to this flash
memory. This means that the new CS1
can operate without a Memory Card
and battery.
CV-CS address conversion instruction to
convert programs designed for the
CVM1/CV that include internal I/O
memory addresses.
C200HX/HG/HE: Region comparison (ZCP
and ZCPL) instructions.
C200HX/HG/HE
When an I/O Unit, a Special I/O Unit, or
a CPU Bus Unit is malfunctioning, it is
now possible to replace the faulty Unit
while the system continues operating.
This is particularly effective for systems
that cannot be stopped when a problem
has occurred in another part of the
system.
(This function requires a CS1D-CPU
S CPU
Unit, a CS1D-BC082 or CS1D-BI092 Backplane,
and a CS1D-PA207R or CS1D-PD024 Power
Supply Unit.)
Faulty Unit
CPU
PS
Easy replacement
CS1
CVM1/CV
Built-in flash memory
User program
Parameter area data
Upload
Replace Malfunctioning Units
without Turning OFF the Power
(Online Unit Replacement)
(1) Remove the
faulty Unit
after
stopping
access to it.
(2) Resume
access after
replacing the
Unit.
CS1
Store All I/O Comments, Symbol Names, Rung Comments,
and Other Information in CPU Unit Comment Memory
(Unit Ver. 3.0 or later)
Battery-free
operation
with no Memory
Card.
Production
site
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Programming
Console
CX-Programmer Ver. 5.0 or higher required.
When downloading projects, the
Memory Card, EM file memory, or
comment memory (in the CPU Unit's
flash memory) can be selected as the
transfer destination for I/O comments,
symbol names, rung comments, and
other data. This enables data such as
I/O comments, symbol names, and
rung comments to be stored in the CPU
Unit's internal comment memory when
a Memory Card or EM file memory are
both not available. (PLC models: CS/CJseries with unit version 3.0 or later
only.)
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Machine performance improved with
high-speed, high-precision motion control.
The evolution of
the SYSMAC CS1 is
accelerating advances in
the production site.
Position Control Units
Motion Control Units
Customizable Counter Units
Two Types of Outputs and
Control of 1, 2, or 4 Axes
Easy Programming with
G Language and Multitasking
Select from 1-axis, 2-axis, and 4-axis
models with either open-collector
output or line-driver output to suit a
number of different applications.
The Motion Control Units use G
language to ensure easy programming.
The Units have a large programming
capacity of up to 100 programs and
2,000 program blocks, and allow
independent operation of 4 tasks.
A Variety of Positioning
Functions
There are 2 operating modes: direct
operation (position, speed, acceleration,
and deceleration data specified from
the ladder program), which is effective
for setting target positions and speeds
immediately or during operation, and
memory operation, where fixed
patterns are stored beforehand in the
Unit and used for operation. There are
also a variety of positioning functions,
such as interrupt feeding, which is
effective for feeder control, and forced
interrupt, which is useful in
emergencies.
A Whole New Concept
A high-speed PLC with 20 I/O points, a
2-axis high-speed counter, and 2 pulse
or analog outputs have all been
combined into 1 Unit. The
Customizable Counter Units allow easy
execution of complicated applications.
Easy Control for Bending and
Pressing
It is possible to switch between speed
control and torque control from the
ladder program, enabling bending
operation for metals and pressing
operation
for bonding.
Customizable
Counter Unit
Torque
PLC
High-speed Interlocks
Interrupt programs can be executed
from the motion control program using
D codes (interrupt codes). Easy, fast
interlocks ensure greater production
efficiency.
Speed
Torque Sensor
20 I/O points
High-speed
PLC
overhead
0.1 ms
Position
Pulse output
Analog output
Analog input
Counter
Servomotor
Motion
Control
Units
Position Control
Units
Customizable Counter Units
CX-Programmer
Analog input
Servo Driver
Synchronous Control with
Electronic Cam
Counter input and pulse output that
previously could only be connected via
a CPU Unit can now both be handled by
the same Unit. The built-in high-speed
PLC enables synchronous control of, for
example, electronic cams. The cam
curve that determines the relationship
between counter input and pulse
output can be defined freely using the
line-segment approximation function
from the ladder program.
Easy System Construction
Up to 30 physical axes and two virtual
axes, making a total of 32, can be
controlled, and the servo interface is
handled by high-speed servo
communications (MECHATROLINK-II, a
registered trademark of Yaskawa
Electric Corporation). This makes it
possible to control multiple axes with
less wiring.
CX-Motion
CX-Position
MC-Miel
(free software)
Easy Data Control
High-speed servo communications lets
you read programs and parameter
settings from CX-Programmer on a PC.
You can also read and track the
operating status of parameter settings
inside the Servo Driver.
Pulses
Pulse/analog output
Communications
SMART
STEP
Analog
W Series
JUSP-NS115
Interface Unit for
MECHATROLINK-II
(Yaskawa)
Motion control, including positioning,
synchronizing (electronic gears,
electronic cams, tracking), speed, and
torque control, can all be handled by
the CS1.
Eight motion tasks can be used for
simultaneous motion program
execution.
Servomotor
Design Costs Reduced by
Modularization
Ladder programs and I/O instructions to
be re-used or shared by designers can
be transferred from the main CPU Unit
to the Units, allowing "modularization"
that helps to reduce design costs. Up to
96 Units can be used, enabling easy
system expansion in the future.
Servo Driver
Motion Applications with
High-speed Response
A wide range of interrupt functions and
superior response performance enable
motion applications requiring highspeed response using pulse I/O.
Encoder
Servomotor
16
Torque
Speed
Advanced Motion Control Units
Easy Motion Control
CS1W-HCA22
Servomotor
Servomotor
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Smart Process Control
OMRON PLC-based Process Control brings
The evolution of
the SYSMAC CS1
accelerates DCS
downsizing.
DCS functionality in a PLC
Analog Units with signal
conversion functions
A scaleable system
configuration
Major Innovations to Process Automation
Diversified Loop Control is even easier to use.
Programming becomes even easier with function-block programming.
Packed with complete DCS functionality,
the LCBs/LCUs are programmed with
function blocks designed specifically for
process control. Similar to preparing a
flow sheet, function blocks are pasted
and connections made using a graphic
interface. A wide array of control
methods, from basic PID control to
cascade and feed-forward control, are
possible.
Duplex
operation
supported
Complete
maintenance
functions
PLC-based
Process Control
Function block programming
Sequence programming
using either step ladders or
sequence tables
A direct link to HMI products
Example: Cascade Control
(Heating and Cooling)
Analog
Input Unit
Analog
Output Unit
PID1
Loop Control
Unit/Board
PV1
With Function
Blocks:
PID1
Isolated-type
Ai4 Terminal
MV1
RSP1
PV2
PID2
MV2
Split
Conversion
Basic PID
Y1
PV
SP
Y2
PVE
Y1
Y3
RSP
MV
Y4
MIE
X1
Isolated-type
Ao4 Terminal
Y1
X1
Y1
Y2
X2
Y2
X3
Y3
X4
Y4
MVE
Split
conversion
Temperature
Basic PID
Temperature
Heat
exchange
Steam
PV
SP
PVE
Y1
RSP
MV
MIE
MVE
Cooling
water
Drain
PID2
Provides an exceptionally open environment with PLC-based
process control to advance standardization and IT integration of
the process control system.
PLC-based Process Control Application Examples
In-line Blending in a Food Plant
Batch Control in a Chemical Factory
Operation, Monitoring, and Data Logging
NS-series PT
User Application
PLC Reporter
PLC data can be collected
and written in Excel.
Special HMI software
CX-Process Monitor Plus
Commercially available
HMI software
HMI software
compatible with
FinsGateway
Compolet
Communications
programming
between a PC and
PLC can be
accompllshed
easlly with ActiveX
control.
Personal computer
HMI software
RSView32
Monitoring Screen
(collecting and
saving data)
HMI Software
Personal computer
HMI software
Ethernet
Ethernet
SYSMAC CS1 PLC with advanced
Loop Control Board
SYSMAC CS1 Duplex PLC
(CS1D Process-control CPU Unit)
Flowrate control (blended
PID control)
Ethernet/Controller Link
Materials tanks
Reaction control
Flowrate
Motor
Touch Panels
Control outputs
A
Motor
PLC (CS1 Duplex)
PLC (CS-series)
B
CS1D Process-control CPU
Unit
Duplex Process-control CPU
Unit can help reduce risk
insystems that must not stop.
Loop Control Board/Unit
Condenses DCS functions
in a compact Unit and
enables function-block
programming.
Process I/O Units
Analog I/O Units are available
for diverse functions such as
Isolators, power supplies, and
signal conversion.
CX-Process Tool
Function blocks can be
pasted into windows and
graphic programming can
be perfomed by arranging
blocks with the mouse.
Motor
Product tanks
Motor
A
C
Motor
B
Intermediate tank
Drying equipment
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A Complete Lineup of Units for Optimum C ontrol.
CPU Rack
Basic I/O Units
CPU Backplanes
CS1W-BC
2
(2, 3, 5, 8, or 10 slots)
Note: C200H Basic I/O Units and C200H Group 2 High-density I/O Units can also be used.
CS1 Basic I/O Units
Note: Expansion is not
possible for 2-slot
Backplanes. These
Backplanes are for CS1
Units only.
Use a CS1W-BC
3
Backplane for C200H Units.
Note: Connection is not possible
to a 2-slot CPU Backplane.
Serial
Communications
Board
I/O Control
Unit
Loop
Control
Board
CPU Units
Power Supply
Units
64 pts
Input Unit:
CS1W-ID261
32 pts
Input Unit:
CS1W-ID231
16 pts
Input Unit:
CS1W-ID211
96 pts
Input Unit:
CS1W-ID291
16 pts
Output Units:
CS1W-OD21
32 pts
Output Units:
CS1W-OD23
64 pts
Output Units:
CS1W-OD26
96 pts
Output Units:
CS1W-OD29
8 pts
Triac Output Unit:
CS1W-OA201
16 pts
Triac Output Unit:
CS1W-OA211
8 pts (independent)
Relay Output Unit:
CS1W-OC201
16 pts
Relay Output Unit:
CS1W-OC211
32 inputs/
32 outputs
TTL I/O Unit:
CS1W-MD561
Long-distance
Expansion
Connecting Cables
CS1W-IC102
CV500-CN
I/O Interface
Unit
2
Note: C200H
Units cannot be
mounted on the
Long-distance
Expansion
Racks.
CS1W-SCB21-V1
CS1W-SCB41-V1
CS1H-CPU
CS1G-CPU
CS1W-LCB01/05
C200HW-PA204/PA204R/
PA204S/PA209R/PD024/
PD025/PD106R
H
H
32 inputs/32 outputs 48 inputs/48 outputs 16 pts
I/O Units:
AC Input Units:
I/O Units:
CS1W-MD29
CS1W-IA111/211
CS1W-MD26
Interrupt Input Unit
Memory Card
Terminating
Resistor
CS1 I/O
Connecting Cables
CV500-TER01
(Two provided with
CS1W-IC102.)
CS1W-II102
CS1 Expansion Rack
CS1 Expansion
Backplanes
Power Supply
Units
CS1 to C200H
I/O Connecting Cables
CS1W-BI
2
(3, 5, 8, or 10 slots)
Note: These Expansion Backplanes are for CS1
Units only. Use a CS1W-BI
3 Backplane
C200HX/HG/HE
Expansion I/O Rack
CS1W-CN
(30 or 70 cm; 2, 3, 5, 10, or 12 m)
C200H I/O
Connecting Cables
C200HX/HG/HE
Expansion I/O Rack
C200H-CN
1
(30 or 70 cm; 2, 5, or 10 m)
C200HX/HG/HE
Expansion
I/O Backplanes
B7A Interface Units
High-speed Input Unit
Safety Relay Unit
HMC-372/672
C200H Interrupt Input
Unit can also be used.
CS1W-C
3
(30 or 70 cm; 2, 3, 5, 10, or 12 m)
Analog Timer Unit
Interrupt function
supported on CPU
Rack only.
(Two Units
mountable on
CPU Rack.)
C200HWPA204/
PA204S/
PA209R/
PD024/PD025/
PD106R
Power Supply
Units
C200HW-BI
1(-V1)
(3, 5, 8, or 10 slots)
16 pts
CS1W-INT01
Group-2 Unit
16 pts
C200H-B7A11/O1 C200H-B7A02/12/21/22
C200H-TM001
16 pts
CS1W-IDP01
CS1W-SF200
Special I/O Units
CS1
Special I/O
Unit
Analog Input Units
CS1W-AD041-V1
/AD081-V1
Analog Input Unit
CS1W-AD161
Motion Control
Units
CS1W-MC221/
MC421-V1
Analog Output Units
CS1W-DA041/
DA08V/DA08C
High-speed Counter
Units
CS1W-CT021/041
Analog I/O Unit
CS1W-MAD44
Customizable
Counter Units
CS1W-HCP22-V1/
HCA22-V1/HCA12-V1
/HIO01-V1
Process I/O Units
CS1W-P
(-V1)
ID Sensor Units
CS1W-V600C11
CS1W-V600C12
Position Control
Units
CS1W-NC
GP-IB Interface Unit
CS1W-GPI01
C200H Special I/O Units
C200HWPA204/
PA204S/
PA204R/
PA209R/
PD024/
PD025
Temperature
Sensor Units
C200H-TS
Temperature
Control Units
C200H-TC
C200H-TV
ASCII Units*
C200H-ASC
DeviceNet
I/O Link Unit
C200HW-DRT21
PID Control Units
C200H-PID0
Cam Positioner
Unit*
C200H-CP114
Position Control
Units*
C200HW-NC
2-axis Motion
Control Unit*
C200H-MC221
ID Sensor Units*
C200H-IDS
CS1 CPU Bus Units
Loop Control
Unit
CS1W-LC001
20
Motion Control
Unit
CS1W-MCH71
Serial Communications Unit
CS1W-SCU21-V1
Ethernet Units
CS1W-ETN21
CS1D-ETN21D
Controller Link Units
CS1W-CLK21-V1/12-V1/52-V1
SYSMAC Link Units
(coaxial, optical)
CS1W-SLK21/SLK11
DeviceNet Unit
CS1W-DRM21-V1
CompoBus/S
Master Unit
C200HW-SRM21-V1
High-speed
Counter Units*
C200H-CT
Note 1. Only CS1-series Units (i.e., with model numbers starting ÒCS1WÓ) can be used with CS1D PLCs.
2. The HMC-EF372/EF672 cannot be used with CS1G-CPU
H, CS1H-CPU
H, CJ1G-CPU
H, and CJ1H-CPU
H CPU Units with lot numbers of 02108 or earlier (i.e., CPU Units manufactured before 8
January 2002) or with NS7-series PTs with lot numbers of 0852 or earlier (i.e., PTs manufactured before 8 May 2002). Be careful when ordering.
3. There are restrictions in data transfers with the CPU Unit for bit and DM Area specifications for the C200H Special I/O Units marked with asterisks, as well as in data transfers programmed from these Units.
Refer to CS-series PLC Operation manuals for details.
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Specifications and Models
Support Software
Specifications by Model
Item
CS1H-CPU67H
CS1D-CPU67S
Model
CS1H-CPU66H
CS1H-CPU65H
CS1D-CPU65S
CS1H-CPU63H
CS1G-CPU45H
250 Ksteps
120 Ksteps
60 Ksteps
30 Ksteps
20 Ksteps
32 kW x 7 banks
32 kW x 3 banks
32 kW x 1 bank
32 kW x 1 bank
DM Area
CS1G-CPU44H
CS1D-CPU44S
CS1G-CPU43H
60 Ksteps
1,280
(No. of Expansion
Racks: 3)
30 Ksteps
32 kW x 3 banks
32 kW x 1 bank
5,120 (No. of Expansion Racks: 7)
No. of I/O points
Program capacity
CS1H-CPU64H
CS1G-CPU42H
CS1D-CPU42S
960 (No. of Expansion Racks: 2)
20 Ksteps
10 Ksteps
32 kW x 1 bank
32 kW x 1 bank
CX-One FA integrated Tool Package
Specifications
CX-ONE-AL01C-E
One license
CX-ONE-AL03C-E
Three licenses
CX-ONE-AL10C-E
Ten licenses
32 kW x 13 banks
LD instruction time
40 ns
20 ns
Control
WS02-CXPC1-E-V6
One license
WS02-CXPC1-E03-V6
Three licenses
WS02-CXPC1-E10-V6
Ten licenses
CX-Simulator Ver. 1.
WS02-SIMC1-E
One license
Ladder program simulation software
Support Software for Windows.
OS: Windows 98SE, Me, NT4.0 (Service Pack 6a), 2000 (Service Pack 3 or higher), or XP
CX-Protocol Ver. 1.
WS02-PSTC1-E
One license
Software to create protocol macros
OS: Windows 98SE, Me, NT4.0 (Service Pack 6a), 2000 (Service Pack 3 or higher), or XP
CX-Motion Ver. 2.
WS02-MCTC1-EV2
One license
Motion Control Unit support software
OS: Windows 98SE, Me, NT4.0 (Service Pack 6a), 2000 (Service Pack 3 or higher), or XP
CX-Position Ver. 2.
WS02-NCTC1-EV2
One license
Position Control Unit support software
OS: Windows 98SE, Me, NT4.0 (Service Pack 6a), 2000 (Service Pack 3 or higher), or XP
WS02-LCTC1-EV4
One license
WS02-LCTC1-EV4L03
Three licenses
CX-Programmer Ver. 6.
Stored program method
I/O control
Both cyclic scan method and on-demand mode can be used.
Programming language
Ladder diagram
Instruction length
1 to 7 steps/instruction
No. of instructions
Approx. 400
No. of tasks
288 (256 shared with interrupt tasks)
Interrupt types
Scheduled interrupts, I/O interrupts, power OFF interrupt, and external I/O interrupts (interrupts from Inner Boards and CPU Bus Units).
Internal communications port
1 peripheral port and 1 RS-232C port
Mountable optional
products
Main functions
Memory Cards, Inner Boards (e.g., Serial Communications Boards)
Configuration Devices (CPU and Expansion Units)
CPU Units
CPU Unit
(with on-line replacement
capability)
CPU Backplanes
CPU Backplanes
(for CS1 Units only)
CS1D CPU Backplane (with
on-line replacement capability)
Expansion Backplanes
CS1 Expansion
Backplanes
(for CS1 Units only)
CS1D Expansion Backplane
(with on-line replacement
capability)
Power Supply Units
Specifications
Model
International standards
CS1H-CPU67H
5,120 I/O points
250 Ksteps
448 Kwords of data (DM: 32 Kwords, EM: 32 Kwords x 13 banks)
CS1H-CPU66H
5,120 I/O points
120 Ksteps
256 Kwords of data (DM: 32 Kwords, EM: 32 Kwords x 7 banks)
CS1H-CPU65H
5,120 I/O points
60 Ksteps
128 Kwords of data (DM: 32 Kwords, EM: 32 Kwords x 3 banks)
CS1H-CPU64H
5,120 I/O points
30 Ksteps
64 Kwords of data (DM: 32 Kwords, EM: 32 Kwords x 1 bank)
CS1H-CPU63H
5,120 I/O points
20 Ksteps
64 Kwords of data (DM: 32 Kwords, EM: 32 Kwords x 1 bank)
CS1G-CPU45H
5,120 I/O points
60 Ksteps
128 Kwords of data (DM: 32 Kwords, EM: 32 Kwords x 3 banks)
CS1G-CPU44H
1,280 I/O points
30 Ksteps
64 Kwords of data (DM: 32 Kwords, EM: 32 Kwords x 1 bank)
CS1G-CPU43H
960 I/O points
20 Ksteps
64 Kwords of data (DM: 32 Kwords, EM: 32 Kwords x 1 bank)
CS1G-CPU42H
960 I/O points
10 Ksteps
64 Kwords of data (DM: 32 Kwords, EM: 32 Kwords x 1 bank)
CS1D-CPU67S
5,120 I/O points
250 Ksteps
448 Kwords of data (DM: 32 Kwords, EM: 32 Kwords x 13 banks)
CS1D-CPU65S
5,120 I/O points
60 Ksteps
128 Kwords of data (DM: 32 Kwords, EM: 32 Kwords x 3 banks)
CS1D-CPU44S
1,280 I/O points
30 Ksteps
64 Kwords of data (DM: 32 Kwords, EM: 32 Kwords x 1 bank)
CS1D-CPU42S
960 I/O points
10 Ksteps
64 Kwords of data (DM: 32 Kwords, EM: 32 Kwords x 1 bank)
CS1W-BC023
2 slots (Expansion I/O Units cannot be connected.)
CS1W-BC033
3 slots
CS1W-BC053
5 slots
CS1W-BC083
8 slots
CS1W-BC103
10 slots
CS1W-BC022
2 slots (Expansion I/O Units cannot be connected.)
CS1W-BC032
3 slots
CS1W-BC052
5 slots
CS1W-BC082
8 slots
CS1W-BC102
10 slots
CS1D-BC082S
8 slots (use together with the CS1D-CPU
CS1W-BI033
3 slots
CS1W-BI053
5 slots
Support Software for
Process I/O Unit
WS02-PUTC1-E
Process I/O Unit Settings Software
OS: Windows 95, 98, NT4.0, 2000
DeviceNet Configurator Software
WS02-CFDC1-E
DeviceNet Configuration Software
OS: Windows 95, 98, Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP
Corresponding operating system
Specifications
Model
SYSMAC Compolet Version 2003
SCPL-SYSFL-2003E
Software for communications with OMRON PLCs
Windows2000/XP
SDKY-95HLK-E97
Simple Data Collection Software (host link version)
Windows98/Me/2000/XP
SDKY-95MLT-E97
Simple Data Collection Software (multi-network version
Windows98/Me/2000/XP
SFGW-RT-2003
Communications Middleware
Windows2000/XP
CS1-series Basic I/O Units
UC1, N, L, CE
Classification
Name
6 mA, 24 VDC, 32 inputs
CS1W-ID261
6 mA, 24 VDC, 64 inputs
CS1W-ID291
Approx. 5 mA, 24 VDC, 96 inputs
U, C, N, L, CE
CS1W-IA111
100 to 120 VAC, 100 to 120 VDC, 16 inputs
UC1, N, L, CE
CS1W-IA211
200 to 240 VAC, 16 inputs
UC, N, L, CE
Interrupt Input Unit
CS1W-INT01
7 mA, 24 VDC, 16 inputs
High-speed Input Unit
CS1W-IDP01
7 mA, 24 VDC, 16 inputs
Safety Relay Unit
CS1W-SF200
24 VDC, 1 word/2 word shared input, 4 commons
CS1W-OC201
2 A, 250 VAC, 2 A, 24 VDC, 0.1 A, 120 VDC max., independent contacts, 8 outputs
CS1W-OC211
2 A, 250 VAC, 2 A, 24 VDC, 0.1 A, 120 VDC max., 16 outputs
CS1W-OD211
0.5 A, 12 to 24 VDC, 16 sinking outputs
CS1W-OD212
0.5 A, 24 VDC, 16 sourcing outputs, with load short-circuit protection and alarm function
CS1W-OD231
0.5 A, 12 to 24 VDC, 32 sinking outputs
UC1, N, L, CE
CS1W-OD232
0.5 A, 24 VDC, 32 sourcing outputs, with load short-circuit protection and alarm function
UC, N, L, CE
CS1W-OD261
0.3 A, 12 to 24 VDC, 64 sinking outputs
Relay Contact Output Units
UC1, N, CE, L
Output Units
International standards
CS1W-ID231
AC Input Unit
U, C, N, L, CE
Specifications
7 mA, 24 VDC, 16 inputs
Input Units
U, C, N, CE
Model
CS1W-ID211
U, C, N, L, CE
Transistor Output Unit
UC1, N, L, CE
UC1, N, L, CE
CS1W-BI083
8 slots
CS1W-BI103
10 slots
CS1W-OD262
0.3 A, 24 VDC, 64 sourcing outputs, with load short-circuit protection and alarm function
CS1W-BI032
3 slots
CS1W-OD291
0.1 A, 12 to 24 VDC, 96 sinking outputs
CS1W-BI052
5 slots
CS1W-OD292
0.1 A, 12 to 24 VDC, 96 sourcing outputs
CS1W-BI082
8 slots
CS1W-OA201
1.2 A, 250 VAC max., 8 outputs.
CS1W-BI102
10 slots
CS1D-BI092
9 slots (use together with the CS1D-CPU
U, C, N, CE
Triac Output Unit
UC1, N, L, CE
S)
C200HW-PA204
100 to 120 VAC/200 to 240 VAC; Output capacity: 5 VDC at 4.6 A, 26 VDC at 0.625 A, total 30 W max.
C200HW-PA204S
100 to 120 VAC/200 to 240 VAC (with 24 VDC, 0.8-A service power supply); Output capacity: 5 VDC at 4.6 A, 26 VDC at 0.625 A, total 30 W max.
C200HW-PA204R
100 to 120 VAC/200 to 240 VAC (with RUN output); Output capacity: 5 VDC at 4.6 A, 26 VDC at 0.625 A, total 30 W max.
C200HW-PA209R
100 to 120 VAC/200 to 240 VAC (with RUN output); Output capacity: 5 VDC at 9 A, 26 VDC at 1.3 A, total 45 W max.
U, C, N, L, CE
U, C
U, C, N, L, CE
UC1, L (approval pending), N, CE
C200HW-PD106R
100 VDC; Output capacity: 5 VDC at 6 A, 26 VDC at 1.0 A, total 30 W max.
UC
CS1D-PA207R
100 to 120 V AC/200 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz (RUN output), output capacity: 5 V DC at 7 A,
26 V DC at 1.3 A, total 35 W max. (for both Duplex-CPU Systems and Single-CPU Systems)
UC1, N, L, CE
CS1D-PD024
24 V DC, Output capacity: 5 V DC at 4.3 A, 26 V DC at 0.56 A, total 28 W max. (for both Duplex-CPU Systems and Single-CPU Systems)
UC1, CE, N, L
CS1D-PD025
24 VDC, Output capacity: 5 VDC at 5.3 A, 26 VDC at 1.3 A, total 40 W max. (for both Duplex-CPU Systems and Single-CPU Systems)
UC1, L (approval pending), N, CE
I/O Control Unit
CS1W-IC102
For long distance expansion exceeding 12 m (50 m max.). (With 2 terminating resistors.)
I/O Interface Unit
CS1W-II102
For long distance expansion exceeding 12 m (50 m max.).
HMC-EF372
Flash memory, 30 Mbytes
HMC-EF672
Flash memory, 64 Mbytes
HMC-AP001
Memory Card Adapter (for PCMIA slot on personal computer)
CS1W-SCB21-V1
Two RS-232C ports
CS1W-SCB41-V1
One RS-232C port and one RS-422/485 port
CS1W-LCB01
50 blocks maximum including both adjustment and operation blocks
CS1W-LCB05
500 blocks maximum including both adjustment and operation blocks
CQM1-PRO01-E
Console for on-site operation
C200H-PRO27-E
Console for on-site operation
Programming Consoles
Loop Control Board, Unit Monitoring Software
OS: Windows 2000, NT4.0
FinsGateway Version 2003
24 VDC, Output capacity: 5 VDC at 5.3 A, 26 VDC at 1.3 A, total 40 W max.
Loop Control Board
Ten licenses
WS02-LCMC1-E
PLC Reporter 32
24 VDC; Output capacity: 5 VDC at 4.6 A, 26 VDC at 0.625 A, total 30 W max.
Serial Communications
Boards
WS02-LCTC1-EV4L10
Product name
UC1, N, L, CE
C200HW-PD025
Memory Cards
Loop Controller programming software
OS: Windows 98SE, Me, NT4.0 (Service Pack 6a), 2000 (Service Pack 3 or higher), or XP
CX-Process Monitor Plus
DC Input Unit
S)
PLC programming software
OS: Windows 98SE, Me, NT4.0 (Service Pack 6a), 2000 (Service Pack 3 or higher), or XP
Middleware
C200HW-PD024
CS1D Power Supply
Unit (with on-line
replacement capability)
CX-Process Tool Ver. 4.
Parallel peripheral service processing, constant (minimum) cycle time, cycle time monitoring, input time constant settings, debugging (online edit, error simulation, forced set
and reset, data trace, differential monitoring, etc.), program protection, diagnostic check, error history, clock,
power OFF detection delay time, remote programming and monitoring, eight-level communications, etc. (See note.)
Note: CPU Unit must be Unit Ver. 2.0 or later for 8 levels of communications (Pre-Ver. 2.0 CPU Units allow communications over three network levels).
Name
CX-One is a package that integrates the Support Software for OMRON PLCs and components. CX-One
operates on the following OS
OS: Windows 98SE, Me, NT4.0 (service Pack 6a), 2000 (Service Pack 3 or higher), or XP.
CX-One includes CX-Programmer Ver. [email protected], CX-Simulator Ver. [email protected], CX-Protocol Ver. [email protected], CX-Motion
Ver. [email protected], CX-Position Ver. [email protected], CX-Process Tool Ver. [email protected]
For details, refer to the CX-One Catalog (Cat. No. R134).
CX-One includes CX-Programmer, CX-Simulator, CX-Protocol, CX-Motion, CX-Position, and CX-Process
Tool can still be ordered individually using the following model numbers.
32 kW
EM Area
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Model
Product name
Specifications
UC1, N, L, CE
I/O Units
Mixed I/O Units
DC Input/Transistor Outputs
Units
TTL I/O Unit
U, C, CE
UC1, N, L, CE
U, C, N, CE
UC1, N, L, CE
U, C, N, L, CE
UC, N, L, CE
CS1W-OA211
0.5 A, 250 VAC max., 16 outputs.
CS1W-MD261
6 mA, 24 VDC, 32 inputs/ 0.3 A, 12 to 24 VDC, 32 sourcing outputs
CS1W-MD262
6 mA, 24 VDC, 32 inputs/0.3 A, 24 VDC, 32 sourcing outputs,
with load short-circuit protection and alarm function
CS1W-MD291
Approx. 5 mA, 24 VDC, 48 inputs/ 0.1 A, 12 to 24 VDC, 48 sinking outputs
CS1W-MD292
Approx. 5 mA, 24 VDC, 48 inputs/ 0.1 A, 12 to 24 VDC, 48 sourcing outputs
CS1W-MD561
5 VDC, 32 inputs, 32 outputs
UC1, N, L, CE
U, C, N, L, CE
UC, N, L, CE
C200H and C200HW Basic I/O Units can be used in addition to the above Units.
U, C, CE
L, CE
CE
U, C, N, L, CE
CPU Unit Inner Board for CS1 Series
UC1, N, CE
U, C, N, CE
A C200H Expansion Backplane can be used in addition to the above Backplanes.
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Specifications and Models
Peripheral Devices
Special I/O Units
Model
Name
Temperature Control Units
PID Control Units
Cam Positioner Unit
ASCII Units
Analog Input Units
Analog Output Units
C200H-TC001
Thermocouple input, feed-forward PID or ON/OFF transistor output
C200H-TC002
Thermocouple input, feed-forward PID or ON/OFF voltage output
C200H-TC003
Thermocouple input, feed-forward PID or ON/OFF current output
C200H-TC101
Platinum-resistance thermometer input, feed-forward PID or ON/OFF transistor output
C200H-TC102
Platinum-resistance thermometer input, feed-forward PID or ON/OFF voltage output
C200H-TC103
Platinum-resistance thermometer input, feed-forward PID or ON/OFF current output
C200H-PID01
Voltage input/current input, feed-forward PID or ON/OFF transistor output
C200H-PID02
Voltage input/current input, feed-forward PID or ON/OFF voltage output
C200H-PID03
Voltage input/current input, feed-forward PID or ON/OFF current output
C200H-CP114
48 cam outputs (16 external outputs/32 internal outputs)
Resolver response time: 200 µs max. (5 KHz)
C200H-ASC11
200 Kbytes RAM, 2 RS-232C ports
C200H-ASC21
200 Kbytes RAM, 1 RS-232C port, 1 RS-422A/485 port
C200H-ASC31
200 Kbytes RAM, 2 RS-232C ports, 1 RS-232C port for terminal
CS1W-AD041-V1
4 inputs, 1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, -10 to 10 V, 4 to 20 mA, resolution of 1/4000
U, C, CE
4 outputs, 1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, -10 to 10 V, 4 to 20 mA, resolution of 1/4000
UC1, N, CE
CS1W-DA08V
8 outputs, 1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, -10 to 10 V, resolution of 1/4000
CS1W-DA08C
8 outputs, 4 to 20 mA, resolution of 1/4000
CS1W-PTS12
4 inputs, Pt100 Ω (JIS, IEC), JPt100 Ω, Ni508.4 Ω
Isolated DC Input (high resolution)
CS1W-PDC11
4 inputs, 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 20 mA, 0 to 10 V, 0 to 5 V, ±5 V, 1 to 5 V, 0 to 1.25 V, ±1.25 V
Isolated Thermocouple Input
(economical type)
CS1W-PTS51
4 inputs, R, S, K, J, T, L, B
CS1W-PTS55
8 inputs, R, S, K, J, T, L, B
Isolated Resistance Thermometer Input
(economical type)
CS1W-PTS52
4 inputs, Pt100 Ω, JPt100 Ω (JIS, IEC)
CS1W-PTS56
8 inputs, Pt100 Ω, JPt100 Ω (JIS, IEC)
Isolated DC Input (economical type)
CS1W-PDC55
8 inputs, 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 10 V, 0 to 5 V, 1 to 5 V
Isolated Thermocouple Input
CS1W-PTS01-V1
4 inputs, B, E, J, K, N, R, S, T, ±80 mV
Isolated Platinum-resistance Thermometer Input
CS1W-PTS02
4 inputs, Pt100 Ω, JPt100 Ω
CS1W-PTS03
4 inputs, Ni508, 4 Ω
CS1W-PTW01
4 inputs, 4 to 20 mA, 1 to 5 V
Isolated DC Input
CS1W-PDC01
4 inputs, 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 20 mA, 1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, ±5 V, 0 to 10 V, ±10 V
Isolated Pulse Input
CS1W-PPS01
4 inputs
Isolated Control Output
CS1W-PMV01
4 outputs, 4 to 20 mA, 1 to 5 V
Isolated Control Output
CS1W-PMV02
4 outputs, 0 to 10 V, ±10 V, 0 to 5 V, ±5 V, 0 to 1 V, ±1 V
Power Transducer Input
CS1W-PTR01
8 inputs, 0 to 1 mA, ±1 mA
DC Input (100 mV)
CS1W-PTR02
8 inputs, 0 to 100 mV, ±100 mV
CS1W-CT021
2-axis pulse input, 500 Kcps
CS1W-CT041
Basic model (with CS1 bus interface)
ITNC-EIX01-CST
Expansion model (with CS1 bus interface)
CS1 Pulse Interface Board (See note 4.)
ITBC-CST01
PCI board
ITBC-CN001-CST
1m
ITBC-CN005-CST
5m
ITBC-CN012-CST
12 m
3G8F7-CLK21-EV1
Wired for PCI bus
3G8F7-CLK12-EV1
Optical ring for PCI bus (H-PCF cable)
3G8F7-CLK52-EV1
Optical ring for PCI bus (GI cable)
CS1W-RPT01
Wire-to-wire
CS1W-RPT02
Wire-to-optical (H-PCF cable)
CS1W-RPT03
Wire-to-optical (GI cable)
Controller Link Relay Terminal Block
SYSMAC LINK Support Boards
U, C, N, CE
U, C, N, L, CE
UC1, CE, N
CJ1W-TB101
Wired (set of 5)
3G8F7-SLK21-E
Coaxial for PCI bus (5C-2V cable)
3G8F7-SLK11-E
Optical for PCI bus (H-PCF cable)
U, C, CE
CE
UC1, CE
CE
Note 1: The Open Network Controller is the same as the Open Network Controller for DeviceNet except that the DeviceNet section has been converted to a CS1 bus interface.
2: Inquire when developing user applications for the Open Network Controller (with CS1 bus interface).
3: All optional software for the Open Network Controller can be used.
4: Inquire regarding the Windows driver for the CS1 bus interface board.
5: The CS1W-CLK12-V1 and CS1W-CLK52-V1 manufactured on June 1, 2003 or later from lot number 030602 or later support automatic 1:N data links and changing data link tables during operation.
6: Controller Link Support Boards with a "-V1" suffix now support automatic 1:N data links, changing data link tables during operation, and connection to up to 62 wired nodes.
International Standards
As of May 31, 2005, the designated products conform to UL, CSA, cULus, cUL, NK, Lloyd's standards, and EC Directives. (U: UL, U1: UL (Class I Division 2 Hazardous Area Certification),
C: CSA, UC: cULus, UC1: cULus (Class I Division 2 Hazardous Area Certification), CU: cUL, N: NK, L: Lloyd's, CE: EC Directives)
Consult your OMRON representative for details on operating condition.
4-axis pulse input, 500 Kcps
UC, CE
UC, CE
CS1W-GPI01
Supports Master Mode/Slave Mode
CS1W-MC421
4-axis analog output, G language compatible
CS1W-MC221
2-axis analog output, G language compatible
CS1W-NC113
1-axis pulse train open collector output
CS1W-NC213
2-axis pulse train open collector output
CS1W-NC413
4-axis pulse train open collector output
CS1W-NC133
1-axis pulse train line driver output
CS1W-NC233
2-axis pulse train line driver output
CS1W-NC433
4-axis pulse train line driver output
CS1W-V600C11
For V600 RFID System, 1 Head
CS1W-V600C12
For V600 RFID System, 2 Heads
DeviceNet I/O Link Unit
C200HW-DRT21
DeviceNet remote I/O slave
U, C, N, CE
CompoBus/S Master Unit
C200HW-SRM21-V1
CompoBus/S remote I/O
U, C, N, L, CE
CS1W-HCA12-V1
1-axis pulse input, 1 analog input, 2 analog outputs, 12 DC inputs, 8 transistor outputs
CS1W-HCP22-V1
2-axis pulse input, 2-axis pulse output, 12 DC inputs, 8 transistor outputs
CS1W-HCA22-V1
2-axis pulse input, 2 analog outputs, 12 DC inputs, 8 transistor outputs
CS1W-HIO01-V1
12 DC inputs, 8 transistor outputs
Customizable Counter Units
ITNC-EIS01-CST
International standards
UC1, CE
Isolated Temperature Resistance Input (Ni508.4 ½)
Isolated Two-wire Transmitter Input
ID Sensor Unit
Open Network Controllers
(See notes 1, 2, and 3.)
UC1, N, CE
CS1W-DA041
Isolated Resistance Thermometer Input
(high resolution)
Position Control Units
SYSMAC CPU2C CPU Unit, controller function built-in
6 inputs, 4 outputs (sinking)
Controller Link Repeater Units
UC1, CE
4 inputs, B, E, J, K, N, R, S, T, U, Wre5-26, PL II, ±100 to 100 mV
Motion Control Units
CPM2C-S110C-DRT
U, C, CE
8 inputs, 1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, -10 to 10 V, 4 to 20 mA, resolution of 1/4000
Specifications
SYSMAC CPU2C CPU Unit, controller function built-in
6 inputs, 4 outputs (sinking)
U, C
16 inputs, 1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, -10 to 10 V, 4 to 20 mA, resolution of 1/8000
(connector models)
4 inputs (4 to 20 mA, 1 to 5 V), 4 outputs (1 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, etc.)
Model
CPM2C-S100C-DRT
CS1 Pulse Interface Cables
CS1W-AD161
CS1W-PTS11
GP-IB Interface Units
Name
Programmable Slaves
CS1W-AD081-V1
CS1W-MAD44
High-speed Counter Units
International standards
Controller Link Support Boards
Isolated Thermocouple Input (high resolution)
Analog I/O Unit
Process
I/O Units
Specifications
U, C, CE
U, CE
U, C, CE
C200H and C200HW Special I/O Units can be used in addition to the above Units.
CPU Bus Units
Name
Specifications
International standards
MECHATROLINK II; Real axes: 30; Virtual axes: 2; Special motion control language
UC1, CE
CS1W-CLK21-V1
Wired
UC1, N, L, CE
CS1W-CLK12-V1
Optical ring (H-PCF cable)
CS1W-CLK52-V1
Optical ring (GI cable)
CS1W-SLK21
Coaxial (5C-2V cable)
CS1W-SLK11
Optical (H-PCF cable)
CS1W-SCU21-V1
Two RS-232C ports
CS1W-ENT01
10 Base-5 (FINS communications, socket service, FTP server, email notification)
CS1W-ENT11
10 Base-T (FINS communications, socket service, FTP server, email notification)
CS1W-ETN21
100 Base-TX
CS1W-FLN02
FL-net (OPCN-2) Ver. 2 specifications, 10 Base-5
CS1W-FLN12
FL-net (OPCN-2) Ver. 2 specifications, 10 Base-T
CS1W-FLN22
FL-net (OPCN-2) Ver. 2 specifications, 100 Base-TX
DeviceNet Unit
CS1W-DRM21-V1
DeviceNet remote I/O master
U, C, CE, L
Loop Control Unit
CS1W-LC001
Control loops: 32 max., No. of operations: 250 max.
U, C, N, CE
Controller Link Units
SYSMAC LINK Units
Serial Communications Unit
Ethernet Units
FL-net Units
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Model
CS1W-MCH71
Motion Control Unit
UC1, CE
U, C, N, CE
UC1, N, L, CE
UC1, CE
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Read and Understand this Catalog
MEMO.
Please read and understand this catalog before purchasing the product. Please consult your OMRON representative
if you have any questions or comments.
Warranty and Limitations of Liability
WARRANTY
OMRON's exclusive warranty is that the products are free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of
one year (or other period if specified) from date of sale by OMRON.
OMRON MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING NON-INFRINGEMENT,
MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE PRODUCTS. ANY BUYER OR USER
ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE BUYER OR USER ALONE HAS DETERMINED THAT THE PRODUCTS WILL SUITABLY
MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THEIR INTENDED USE. OMRON DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
OMRON SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF
PROFITS OR COMMERCIAL LOSS IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE PRODUCTS, WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS
BASED ON CONTRACT, WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE, OR STRICT LIABILITY.
In no event shall the responsibility of OMRON for any act exceed the individual price of the product on which liability
is asserted.
IN NO EVENT SHALL OMRON BE RESPONSIBLE FOR WARRANTY, REPAIR, OR OTHER CLAIMS 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 OR REPAIR.
Application Considerations
SUITABILITY FOR USE
OMRON shall not be responsible for conformity with any standards, codes, or regulations that apply to the
combination of the product in the customer's application or use of the product.
Take all necessary steps to determine the suitability of the product for the systems, machines, and equipment with
which it will be used.
Know and observe all prohibitions of use applicable to this product.
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 IS PROPERLY RATED AND INSTALLED FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE OVERALL
EQUIPMENT OR SYSTEM.
PROGRAMMABLE PRODUCTS
OMRON shall not be responsible for the user's programming of a programmable product, or any consequence
thereof.
Disclaimers
CHANGE IN SPECIFICATIONS
Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on improvements and other reasons.
Consult with your OMRON representative at any time to confirm actual specifications of purchased product.
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
Dimensions and weights are nominal and are not to be used for manufacturing purposes, even when tolerances are
shown.
PERFORMANCE DATA
Performance data given in this catalog 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 users must correlate it to actual
application requirements. Actual performance is subject to the OMRON Warranty and Limitations of Liability.
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