2 Installation and Specifications In This Chapter. . . .

2 Installation and Specifications In This Chapter. . . .
Installation and
Specifications
In This Chapter. . . .
— Connecting a Power Supply
— Preparing Panel for Configuration
— Preparing Panel for Communications
— OP–9001 Multi–panel Configurations
— Choosing Connecting Cables
— Connecting Cable Details
— Labeling the Lamps and Pushbuttons
— Templates for Manually Creating labels
— Dimensions for Mounting
— Panel Specifications
2
2–2
Installation and Specifications
Connecting a Power Supply
Installation and
Specifications
Power Supply
Connections
An external power supply is adapted to supply operating voltage to the OP–640 unit.
The power supply must deliver a range between 8 to 30 VDC, and provide a
minimum of 5 watts continuous power to the units. Connect your power supply using
the terminal block connector supplied with each panel. The connector is keyed to
prevent reversing the polarity.
Use 18–24 AWG conductor wire and connect the
power supply to the connector block which is supplied with each operator panel. The terminal marked
1 is the positive (+8–30 VDC) connection and terminal 2 is the common ground (0V) connection.
+
1
–0V
Ground
+24VDC
–
2
Receptacle
Plug the terminal block connector into Power receptacle
located on the back side of the
panel.
Multi-panel Power In Multi-panel applications, if separate power supplies are used, make sure the
Supply Connection electrical ground connections do not have a great potential difference. When using a
single power supply in a Multi-panel application, the power supply must maintain the
specified voltage and current consumption levels under all conditions (including
power-up) for each of the individual units. See individual panel power requirements
under Panel Specifications.
(Communications to PLC)
+
OP–9001
Power
Supply
J1
8 to 30 VDC
J2
(RS-422)
etc...
Panel 1
0 VDC
Ground
Power
Supply
Panel 3
Panel 2
Power
Supply
Power
Supply
2–3
Installation and Specifications
Preparing the Panel for Configuration
RUN/PGM
Switch
The RUN/PGM Switch must be set to PGM (ON) before downloading from the PC to
the panel. The TERM switch should remain off.
NOTE: You must cycle power to the panel to activate the new switch settings.
ON
1
2
PGM
TERM
Set to PGM
Configuration
Cable
Connect the configuration cable (OP–ACBL–1) between the serial port of the
OP-panel and the serial port of the personal computer. The panel may then be
configured using the OP–WINEDIT configuration software. The figure below shows
programming cable connectors and wiring specifications. Wiring diagrams refer to
the cable connectors, not the communication ports.
OP-ACBL-1
Panel
Computer
1
9
5= 0V
4= not used
3= Dout
2= Din
1= not used
9=not used
8= CTS
7= RTS
6=not used
1
Female
DB9
3
2
5
7
8
Male
DB15
3
2
5
9= not used
10= not used
11= not used
12= not used
13= not used
14= not used
15= not used
1= not used
2= Dout
3= Din
4= not used
5= 0V
6= not used
7= not used
8= not used
Installation and
Specifications
RUN
2–4
Installation and Specifications
Preparing the Panel for Communications
RUN/PGM
Switch
The RUN/PGM Switch must be set to RUN after loading the configuration program.
The TERM switch should remain off.
Installation and
Specifications
NOTE: You must cycle power to the panel to activate the new switch settings.
RUN
1
2
ON
PGM
TERM
Set to RUN
OP–9001 Multi-Panel Configurations
If you are connecting more than one OptiMate panel to a single CPU this is referred
to as Multi-panel configuration. MultiĆpanel configurations require the OP–9001
Communications Master. The OP–9001 communicates with the CPU as well as the
connected OP–panels. The OP–9001 looks for an address within the range of 0 to
30 for each panel connected. Each panel connected in an RS-422 link must have a
unique address. A more detailed description of multiple panel configurations and
installation is given in the OP–9001–M User Manual.
The TERM Switch
When using an RS-422 communications link, the last panel must be terminated by
setting the TERM Switch to ON. Systems which are using the OP–9001 in a
multi-panel application use RS-422 wiring. Operator panels communicating more
than 50 feet distance must use RS-422 links. The TERM Switch stays OFF for
RS–232 communications.
NOTE: Only the last panel of each RS-422 link should be terminated (TERM switch ON). All
other panels must have the TERM switch OFF. After changing the DIP switch settings,
remember to cycle power on the panel to activate the new switch settings.
RUN
1
2
ON
PGM
TERM
2–5
Installation and Specifications
Choosing
Connecting Cables
CPU
(or other device)
DL05: D0–05
DL105: DL130
DL05: Both ports
DL105: Only one port
OP–2CBL
DirectLOGICt
DL205
DL230
Only port
OP–2CBL
DL240
Top port
OP–2CBL
Bottom port
OP–2CBL
Top port
OP–2CBL
Bottom port
OP–2CBL–1
D2–DCM (module)
Only port
OP-4CBL–2
DL330
Requires DCU*
OP–4CBL–2
DL330P
Requires DCU*
OP-4CBL–2
DL340
Top port
OP-3CBL
Bottom port
OP-3CBL
Top port
OP-2CBL
Bottom port
OP-4CBL-2
Top port (15-pin)
OP-4CBL–1
Bottom port (25-pin)
OP-4CBL–2
Top port
OP-4CBL–1
Bottom port
OP-4CBL–2
Phone Jack
OP-2CBL
Top port (15-pin)
OP-4CBL–1
DL250
DirectLOGICt
DL305
DL350
DirectLOGICt
DL405
DL430
DL440**
If you’re planning to use multiple
panels and an OP-9001, then you’ll
need to build your own custom
cables. Since the proper cable
choice really depends on your
application, we offer the following
connectors.
D
D
D
OP-CMCON–1 — pack of 4
ribbon cable connectors.
OP-CMCON–2 — pack of 4
solder-type connectors.
OP-CMCON–3 — pack of 2
D–shell connectors with screw
terminals for use with OPĆ9001
& multiple OP-panels.
OP-PSCON — pack of 4 power
supply block connectors.
For electrically noisy environments,
we recommend an individually paired
and shielded cable, such as Belden
9729 or equivalent. This type of cable
will require the solder-type or D-shell
with screw terminal connectors. If
you’re going 30 feet or less, you can
use ribbon cable. For ribbon cable,
we recommend Belden 9L28015 or
3M 3365/15.
* — requires RS232 Data Communications Unit (D3–232–DCU)
**– also available in DC versions
Cable
DirectLOGICt
DL05 / DL105
OP-9001 Cable Connectors
D
Port
DL450**
GE
Series 1
TI305t /
SIMATIC TI305t
TI405t /
SIMATIC TI405t
Bottom port (25-pin)
OP-4CBL–2
D4–DCM (module)
Only port
OP-4CBL–2
Slice I/O panels
Only port
OP-4CBL–1
IC610CPU105/106
Requires DCU*
OP-4CBL–2
325–07, PPX:325–07
Requires DCU*
OP-4CBL–2
330–37, PPX:330–37
Requires DCU*
OP-4CBL–2
325S–07 (or 325 w/ Stage Kt)
Requires DCU*
OP-4CBL–2
330S–37, PPX:330S–37
Requires DCU*
OP-4CBL–2
335–37, PPX:335–37
Phone Jacks
OP-3CBL
If DCU is used*
OP-4CBL–2
425–CPU, PPX:425–CPU **
Only port
OP-4CBL–1
PPX:430–CPU
Top port (15-pin)
OP-4CBL–1
Bottom port (25-pin)
OP-4CBL–2
Top port (15-pin)
OP-4CBL–1
435–CPU, PPX:435–CPU **
Bottom port (25-pin)
OP-4CBL–2
Smart Slicet I/O panels
Only port
OP-4CBL–1
A–B SLC 500
5/03, 5/04
Bottom port
OP-ACBL–1
A-B
MicroLogix
Only port
OP-ACBL–2
Installation and
Specifications
Depending on which PLC you are
using, you may require as many as
two cables. Here are the
requirements:
D
OP-ACBL-1: all units require
this cable for configuration. This
is a 9-pin female to 15-pin male
cable that connects your
personal computer to the
OP-panel. This cable is also
used to connect an OP-panel to
the Allen-Bradley SLC 500
CPUs.
D CPU Cables: You will also need
the appropriate cable to connect
your CPU to the OP-panel. Use
the chart shown to the right to
choose
the
correct
communications cable.
OptiMate Cables
Family
2–6
Installation and Specifications
Connecting Cable Details
Connecting Cable
The OP–640 connecting cable may vary depending on the CPU used. Refer to the
previous page to confirm the proper cable is chosen for connecting to your PLC.
Installation and
Specifications
PLC
RJ12 (PLC)
4
3
1
DB15
3
2
5
15-pin (PLC)
2
3
7
4
5
DB15
3
2
5
RJ11 (PLC)
2
1
4
DB15
3
2
5
DB15 (PLC)
2
3
4
13
14
15
1
7
8
DB15
3
2
5
DB25 (PLC)
2
3
7
4
5
DB15
3
2
5
1= 0V
2= not used
3= Din
4= Dout
5= not used
6= not used
RJ12
(6P6C)
RJ12
15= not used
14= not used
13= not used
12= not used
11= not used
10= not used
9= not used
8= YOM
7= CTS
6= not used
5= not used
4= On-line
3= Din
2= Dout
1= YOP
1515= tied (0V)
14= tied (0V)
13= tied (0V)
12= not used
11= not used
10= not used
9= not used
1
13= not used
12= not used
11= not used
10= not used
9= not used
8= not used
7= 0V
6= not used
5= CTS
4= RTS
3= Din
2= Dout
1
1= not used
25
25= not used
24= not used
23= not used
22= not used
21= not used
20= not used
19= not used
18= not used
17= not used
16= not used
15= not used
14= not used
6 7 8
4
5
12
OP–2CBL–1
15-pin
DB15
OP–3CBL
RJ11
(4P4C)
RJ11
1= Din
2= Dout
3= not used
4= 0V
1 234
3
3= Din
2= Dout
5 =0V
Panel
11 = Dout+
12 = Dout –
9 = Din +
10 = Din–
5 =0V
DB15
OP–4CBL–1
DB15
DB15
OP–4CBL–2
DB25
Mini–DIN
DB15
OP–ACBL–2
DB15
Panel
RS-422 Pinout
PLC
Din +
Din –
Dout +
Dout –
0V
RTS+
CTS+
RTS–
CTS–
DB15
12 3 456
8= not used
7= 0V
6= not used
5= CTS
4= RTS
3= RXD
2= TXD
1= not used
8 Pin Mini DIN DB15
7
3
4
2
2
5
OP–2CBL
1
1= not used
2= Dout
3= Din
4= not used
5= 0V
6= not used
7= not used
8= not used
9= not used
10= not used
11= not used
12= not used
13= not used
14= not used
15= not used
15
2–7
Installation and Specifications
Labeling the Lamps and Pushbuttons
Labeling the
Lamps and
Pushbuttons
Creating the
Labels
The easiest way to create labels is to use the built-in label making function of the
OP–WINEDIT configuration software. This is the preferred method and is shown
below. The labels can also be created manually using the template shown in the next
section to help layout the transparency film. Here are some ways of manually
creating labels:
S Use a computer graphics program and a laser printer to create the
transparency directly, or print the labels on paper and photocopy them
to a transparency sheet.
S Use press-on letters on a transparency sheet.
S Use a typewriter or lettering machine, or use press-on letters to create
labels on a paper sheet, then photocopy the paper sheet onto a
transparency sheet.
Creating
Labels Using
OP–WINEDIT
Making labels using the OP–WINEDIT configuration software is easy (see Chapter 4
for information on loading and using OP–WINEDIT). After loading OP–WINEDIT,
follow these steps:
1. Open OP–WINEDIT and select New System.
Installation and
Specifications
In any manufacturing environment it is
important to have legible labels on the
pushbuttons. Labeling the OP–640
panel is a relatively simple process that
involves removing the bezel and sliding
a label transparency into a pocket in the
panel overlay. The transparent film can
be purchased from almost any office
supply store in standard 8-1/2” x 11”
sheets. It is designed to run through a
copy machine or laser printer.
2–8
Installation and
Specifications
Installation and Specifications
2. Select OP–640, and Configure Panel.
3. Select Labels.
4. The OP–640 Label Template appears. Type in the label text for the
five pushbuttons and the three lamps. Press OK to save the labels.
2–9
Installation and Specifications
OP640 LABEL TEMPLATES
Printer
Lamp Template:
L1
L2
L3
Pushbutton Template:
5. Print label on transparent film.
Start Setup Next Prev. Stop
6. Cut out the block of labels and
insert them in the panel.
Transparent
Sheet
Pocket for
Pushbutton
Start
Set
Next
Installation and
Specifications
Pocket for Lamps
Bezel
Prev. Stop
Remove the bezel from the module by unsnapping the four plastic tabs which secure the bezel to the
module frame. Locate the pocket, and carefully slide the labels into place. Re-attach the bezel by
snapping the bezel onto the case.
Templates for Manually Creating Labels
0.65”
0.08”
0.80”
0.80”
0.80”
0.80”
0.11”
0.81”
0.65”
4.45”
Pushbutton Label Strip Pattern
0.85”
0.50”
2.21”
0.09”
0.50”
Indicator Lamp Label Strip Pattern
0.50”
0.025”
2–10
Installation and Specifications
Cutout Area
Example panel mounting
6.20”
0.50”
0.20”
5.80”
0.16” DIA,
four places
Dimensions in Inches
3.55”
3.56”
0.75”
2.00”
Installation and
Specifications
Dimensions for Mounting
1.15”
2–11
Installation and Specifications
Panel Specifications
Physical
Specifications
Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 ounces
Panel Fasteners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Four 6x32 threaded studs
Pushbutton Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,000,000 switch cycles
LCD Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 line x 20 character STN with
LED backlight; 4.75mm high x 2.95mm
wide character size
NEMA Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NEMA 4 (when properly installed)
Environmental
Specifications
Operating Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0° to 50° C
Storage Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . –20° to 70° C
Operating Humidity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95% (non-condensing)
Air Composition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . No corrosive gases permitted
Operating
Specifications
Power Consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.4W @ 8–30VDC
(Power On surge of 1.5–2.0A for
1 ms max.)
Power Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Keyed terminal block
Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LED Status
Communication Link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-232
4800 to19200 baud
15 pin female D shell connector
Message Types (160 max.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Text
Data display (one value per line)
Numeric Types & Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Integer
Fixed Point
BCD (values 0 – 9999, with appropriate
decimal placement)
BCD Double (values 0 – 99999999, with
appropriate decimal placement)
Binary (values 0 – 65535, with
appropriate decimal placement)
Floating Point (values –3.402823E+38
to 3.402823E+38 with appropriate
decimal placement)
Installation and
Specifications
Lamp Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Red, Yellow and Green
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