EX600-SDN E
No.EX##-OML0007
Fieldbus system
DeviceNetTM compatible
PRODUCT NAME
EX600-SDN*
EX600 –DX*
EX600 –DY*
EX600 –AX*
MODEL/ Series
Table of Contents
Safety Instructions
Product Outline
Assembly
Mounting and Installation
SI Unit
How to order
Name and Function of Parts
Mounting and Installation
Setting and Adjustment
Error display
Specifications
Digital Input Unit
How to order
Name and Function of the Parts
Mounting and Installation
Error display
Specifications
Digital Output Unit
How to order
Name and Function of the Parts
Mounting and Installation
Error display
Specifications
Analog Input Unit
How to order
Name and Function of the Parts
Mounting and Installation
Error display
Specifications
End plate
How to order
Name and Function of the Parts
Mounting and Installation
Specifications
Troubleshooting
Parameter setting
Configurataion
I/O map
DeviceNet Object
Accessory
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Safety Instructions
These safety instructions are intended to prevent hazardous situations and/or equipment damage.
These instructions indicate the level of potential hazard with the labels of “Caution,” “Warning” or
“Danger.”. They are all important notes for safety and must be followed in addition to International
standards (ISO/IEC), Japan Industrial Standards (JIS)*1) and other safety regulations*2).
*1) ISO 4414: Pneumatic fluid power - - General rules relating to systems.
ISO 4413: Hydraulic fluid power - - General rules relating to systems.
IEC 60204-1: Safety of machinery - -Electrical equipment of machines. (Part 1: General requirements)
ISO 10218-1992: Manipulating industrial robots -Safety.
JIS B 8370: General rules for pneumatic equipment.
JIS B 8361: General rules for hydraulic equipment.
JIS B 9960-1: Safety of machinery - Electrical equipment of machines. (Part 1: General requirements)
JIS B 8433-1993: Manipulating industrial robots - Safety.
etc.
*2) Labor Safety and Sanitation Law, etc.
Caution :
Operator error could result in injury or equipment damage.
Warning :
Operator error could result in serious injury or loss of life.
Danger :
In extreme conditions, there is a possibility of serious injury or loss of life.
Warning
1. The compatibility of the product is the responsibility of the person who designs the
equipment or decides its specifications.
Since the product specified here is used under various operating conditions, its compatibility with specific
equipment must be decided by the person who designs the equipment or decides its specifications based on
necessary analysis and test results. The expected performance and safety assurance of the equipment will be
the responsibility of the person who has determined its compatibility with the product. This person should also
continuously review all specifications of the product referring to its latest catalog information, with a view to
giving due consideration to any possibility of equipment failure when configuring the equipment.
2. Only personnel with appropriate training should operate machinery and equipment.
The product specified here may become unsafe if handled incorrectly. The assembly, operation and
maintenance of machines or equipment including our products must be performed by an operator who is
appropriately trained and experienced.
3. Do not service or attempt to remove product and machinery/equipment until safety is confirmed.
1. The inspection and maintenance of machinery/equipment should only be performed after measures to prevent
falling or runaway of the driven objects have been confirmed.
2. When the product is to be removed, confirm that the safety measures as mentioned above are implemented
and the power from any appropriate source is cut, and read and understand the specific product precautions of
all relevant products carefully.
3. Before machinery/equipment is restarted, take measures to prevent unexpected operation and malfunction.
4. Contact SMC beforehand and take special consideration of safety measures if the product is
to be used in any of the following conditions.
1. Conditions and environments outside of the given specifications, or use outdoors or in a place exposed to direct
sunlight.
2. Installation on equipment in conjunction with atomic energy, railways, air navigation, space, shipping, vehicles,
military, medical treatment, combustion and recreation, or equipment in contact with food and beverages,
emergency stop circuits, clutch and brake circuits in press applications, safety equipment or other applications
unsuitable for the standard specifications described in the product catalog.
3. An application which could have negative effects on people, property, or animals requiring special safety
analysis.
4. Use in an interlock circuit, which requires the provision of double interlock for possible failure by using a
mechanical protective function, and periodical checks to confirm proper operation.
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Caution
1. The product is provided for use in manufacturing industries.
The product herein described is basically provided for peaceful use in manufacturing industries.
If considering using the product in other industries, consult SMC beforehand and exchange
specifications or a contract if necessary.
If anything is unclear, contact your nearest sales branch.
Limited warranty and Disclaimer/Compliance Requirements
The product used is subject to the following “Limited warranty and Disclaimer” and “Compliance
Requirements”.
Read and accept them before using the product.
Limited warranty and Disclaimer
1. The warranty period of the product is 1 year in service or 1.5 years after the product is delivered.*3)
Also, the product may have specified durability, running distance or replacement parts. Consult your
nearest sales branch.
2. For any failure or damage reported within the warranty period which is clearly our responsibility, a
replacement product or necessary parts will be provided.
This limited warranty applies only to our product independently, and not to any other damage
incurred due to the failure of the product.
3. Prior to using SMC products, Read and understand the warranty terms and disclaimers noted in the
specified catalog for the particular products.
*3) Vacuum pads are excluded from this 1 year warranty.
A vacuum pad is a consumable part, so it is warranted for a year after it is delivered.
Also, even within the warranty period, the wear of a product due to the use of the vacuum pad or failure due
to the deterioration of rubber material are not covered by the limited warranty.
Compliance Requirements
When the product is exported, strictly follow the laws required by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and
Industry (Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Control Law).
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Operator
♦This operation manual has been written for those who have knowledge of machinery and
apparatus that use pneumatic equipment and have full knowledge of assembly, operation and
maintenance of such equipment.
♦Read this operation manual carefully and understand it before assembling, operating or
providing maintenance.
Warning
♦Do not disassemble, modify (including change of printed circuit board) or repair this product.
Injury or failure can result.
♦Do not perform operation or setting with wet hands.
There is a risk of electric shock.
♦Do not operate the product beyond the specification range.
Do not apply the product to flammable gas or liquid or the gas or liquid harmful to human body.
Otherwise it causes fire, malfunction, or damage to the system.
Confirm the specifications before use.
♦Do not operate the product in an environment where flammable or explosive gas may be
present.
Fire, explosion or corrosion can result.
The product is not designed to be explosion proof.
♦The following instructions must be followed when using the product in an interlocking circuit:
• Provide multiple interlocking using another system such as mechanical protection
• Check the product regularly to ensure proper operation
Otherwise malfunction can cause an accident.
♦The following instructions must be followed while performing maintenance work:
• Turn off the power supply
• Stop the air supply, exhaust the residual pressure and verify that the air is released to
atmosphere before performing maintenance work
Otherwise it can cause injury.
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Caution
♦When handling, assembling and replacing the unit:
• When handling the unit, do not touch any sharp metal parts of the connector and plug.
• When disassembling the unit, do not strike the product forcefully.
The connection parts are firmly joined with seals.
• When joining units, take care not to get your fingers trapped between units.
♦Perform a proper functional check after completing maintenance work.
Stop operation if any abnormality is observed or if the product is not working properly.
Safety cannot be assured due to unexpected malfunction.
♦Provide grounding to assure the safety and noise resistance of the Fieldbus system.
Individual grounding should be provided close to the product with a short cable.
NOTE
♦ Follow the instructions given below when handling the Fieldbus system.
Otherwise, the system may be damaged and may fail.
♦The instructions on selection (installation, wiring, operating environment, adjustment, operation
and maintenance) described below must also be followed.
Product specifications
• Use the following UL recognized direct-current power supply.
(1) Limited voltage current circuit in accordance with UL508
A circuit whose power is supplied by secondary coil of an insulating transformer that meets the
following conditions
• Maximum voltage (with no load) : less than 30 Vrms (42.4 Vpeak)
• Maximum current : (1) less than 8A (including when short circuited)
(2) limited by circuit protector (such as a fuse) with the following ratings
No load voltage (Vpeak)
0 ∼ 20 [V]
Above 20 to 30 [V]
Max. current rating (A)
5.0
100 / peak voltage
(2) A circuit using max. 30 Vrms or less (Class-2 circuit), whose power is supplied by Class-2 power supply
unit in accordance with UL1310 or by Class-2 power supply unit in accordance with UL1585
• Operate the Fieldbus system with the specified voltage.
Operation with a voltage outside of the specifications could cause malfunction or damage to the system.
• The reference for the power supply of the SI unit is 0 V for both the output and control power supplies of
the SI unit.
+24V
+24V
Power for output
Power for output
0V
Power for input and
control
+24V
0V
Power for input and
control
-24V
• Do not mount in a location that will be used as a foothold.
The unit may be damaged if excessive force is applied by stepping or climbing onto it.
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• Reserve sufficient space for maintenance
Be sure to reserve sufficient space for maintenance when designing layout of the system.
• Do not remove any nameplates or labels.
This can lead to incorrect maintenance, or misreading of the operation manual, which could cause
damage or malfunction to the unit.
It may also result in non-conformity to safety standards.
• Be careful regarding the inrush current generated when the power is supplied.
Depending on the connected load, an initial charging current may cause an over current protective
function resulting in malfunction of the system.
♦ Precautions for handling
Installation
• Do not drop, hit or apply excessive shock to the unit.
Otherwise the unit could be damaged, resulting in failure.
• Tighten screws to the specified tightening torque.
Excessive tightening torque can break the screws.
IP67 protection cannot be guaranteed if the screws are not tightened to the specified torque.
• When lifting a large size solenoid valve manifold unit, take care to avoid causing stress to the valve
connection joint
The connection parts of the unit may be damaged.
Because the unit may be heavy, carrying and installation should be performed by more than one operator
to avoid strain or injury.
Wiring (including plugging in/out of connector)
• Do not bend the cables or apply excessive force by pulling or placing heavy loads on them.
Bending or tensile stress could cause the cables to break.
• Connect wires and cables correctly.
Incorrect wiring could break the Fieldbus system.
• Do not connect wires while the power is supplied.
This can damage components and also cause undisired behaviour
• Do not lay wires and cables together with power or high-voltage cables in the same wiring route.
Otherwise the wires to the Fieldbus system could be affected by noise or induced surge voltage from
power lines or high-voltage cables, causing malfunction. Route the wires to the SI Unit and each I/O
device to a wire duct or in a protective tube other than those for power lines or high-voltage cables
• Verify the insulation of wiring.
Poor insulation (interference with other circuits, poor insulation between terminals, etc.) can introduce
excessive voltage or current to the SI Unit or each I/O device causing damage.
• Separate the power line for solenoid valves from the power line for input and control unit.
Otherwise wires can be affected by noise or induced surge voltage, causing malfunction.
• Take appropriate measures against noise, such as using a noise filter, when the Fieldbus system is
incorporated into equipment. Otherwise noise can cause malfunction.
Operating environment
• Select the proper type of protection according to the environment of operation.
IP65/67 protection is achieved when the following conditions are met.
(1). The units are connected properly with communication line connector and power cable M12
connector at both ends,
(2) Suitable mounting of each unit and manifold valve.
(3) Be sure to mount a seal cap on any unused connectors.
If using in an environment that is exposed to water splashes, please take measures such as using a
cover.
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• Take sufficient shielding measures if the unit is installed in any of the locations described below.
Insufficient measures could cause malfunction or failure.
Verify the effectiveness of the measures after incorporation of the unit into the equipment.
(1) A place where noise is generated due to static electricity
(2) A place where electric field strength is high
(3) A place where there is radioactive irradiation
(4) A place near a power line
• Do not use in an environment exposed to oil or chemicals.
Using the product in an environment exposed to any type of oil or chemicals, such as coolants and
cleaning fluids, may adversely affect the unit, causing failure or malfunction reducing the life of the
product.
• Do not use in an environment exposed to corrosive gases or liquids.
The unit may be damaged, leading to malfunction.
• Do not use the unit near to a place where electrical surges are generated.
Internal circuit elements of the Fieldbus system can deteriorate or break if equipment generating a large
surge (electromagnetic lifter, high frequency induction furnace, motor, etc.) is located near the Fieldbus
system. Provide surge prevention measures, and avoid interference.
• Use the Fieldbus system equipped with a surge absorber if a surge-generating load such as a solenoid
valve is driven directly.
Direct drive of a load generating surge voltage can damage the Fieldbus system.
• The product does not have resistance against lightning surges required for CE marking, so please take
measures against lightning surge on the equipment side.
• Make sure foreign matter such as dust and piping waste does not get inside the product.
This may cause failure or malfunction.
• Do not expose the Fieldbus system to vibration or impact.
Otherwise failure or malfunction could be caused.
• Do not use in an environment that is subject to a temperature cycle.
If it is subjected to a temperature cycle outside of normal temperature changes, this may adversely affect
the internal parts of the unit.
• Do not use in a location directly exposed to sunlight.
If the product is located in such a position, arrange a suitable cover to protect the unit.
Direct exposure to sunlight may cause failure or malfunction.
• Keep within the specified ambient temperature range.
Otherwise malfunction could be caused.
Do not use the Fieldbus system in a place where temperature changes suddenly, even within the
specified range.
• Do not expose the Fieldbus system to heat radiation from a heat source located nearby.
Malfunction could be caused.
Adjustment and Operation
• Set the switches using a small screwdriver, etc..
When operating the switches, do not touch parts other than the related parts.
This may lead to failure due to component damage or short-circuit.
• Perform setting appropriate to the operating conditions.
Inappropriate settings can cause defective operation.
• Please refer to page19-23 of this document for the settings of each switch.
• Refer to the PLC manufacturer’s manual for details of programming and addresses.
For the PLC protocol and programming refer to the relevant manufacturer’s documentation.
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Maintenance and Checks
• Before performing maintenance work, turn off the power supply, stop the supply of air, exhaust the
compressed air from inside the piping, and verify that the air is released to atmosphere.
Otherwise, there is a risk of unexpected malfunction of the system components.
• Perform maintenance and checks regularly.
Otherwise unexpected malfunction of components could occur due to a malfunction of the
whole unit.
• Perform appropriate functional checks.
Stop operation if any abnormality is observed or if the device does not work properly.
Otherwise an unexpected malfunction of the unit or components could occur.
• Do not use solvents such as benzene, thinner, etc. to clean the Fieldbus system.
They could damage the surface of the body and erase the indication markings on the body.
Use a soft cloth to remove stains. For heavy stains, use a cloth soaked in diluted neutral detergent and
fully squeezed, then wipe again with a dry cloth.
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Product Outline
System configuration
The EX600 range of units can be connected to various types of Fieldbus to realize the reduction of
I/O device wiring and the distributed control system. The unit communicates with the Fieldbus
through the SI unit. One SI unit can be connected with manifold valves with up to 32 points and I/O
units with maximum 10 points.
All wiring between devices use cables with connectors at both ends and the system is compliant to
IP67 protection.
Manifold
valve
U Side
Analog Input Unit
Digital
Output Unit
SI Unit
D Side
Digital Input
Unit
End plate
z
SI unit: Performs Fieldbus communication and solenoid valve manifold ON/OFF output.
z
Digital Input unit: For connecting sensors with switch output capability. PNP and NPN types are
available.
z
Digital Output unit: For connecting output equipment such as solenoid valves, lamps, buzzers,
etc. PNP and NPN types are available.
z
Analog Input unit: For connecting sensors with analog output capability.
z
End plate: Connected at EX600 Manifold’s D side, incorporating the power supply connection.
z
Solenoid valve manifold: An assembly of solenoid valves. One connector is used as the electric
connection to all connected valves.
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Glossary
No.
Term
D
D
DeviceNet
DIN rail
D
D Side
E
F
EDS
FE
M
MAC ID
N
NPN output
N
NPN input
P
PLC
P
PNP output
P
U
PNP input
U Side
I
Idle
T
Terminating resistance
O
Output Points
C
Current consumption
S
Short circuit detection
S
Short circuit protection
O
Open circuit detection
C
Communication speed
I
Input points
H
Handheld Terminal
(H.T.)
F
Fieldbus
P Protection Class (IP□□)
M Manifold
Definition
Open Fieldbus for factory automation. Developed by Rockwell Automation. Currently
headquartered in America, and expansion to Europe Japan and China
Metal rail in accordance with DIN standard.
Term used to express the side where EX600 End plate is connected when it is assembled
as a manifold.
Settable attribute information of a device (each parameter’ s object address, etc.) stored
on external disk.
Functional Earth.
Abbreviation for Media-Access-Control Identifier. Node addresses identifier for the
DeviceNet.
Output that switches a load through an NPN transistor. The +ve side of the load is
connected to a common +ve. For this reason, NPN output is often referred to as “common
positive”.
Input that receives data from sensor with an NPN output signal.
Programmable Logic Controller. A Controller which performs sequential control using
programs of logical, order and arithmetic operation, etc.
Output that switches a load through a PNP transistor. The –ve side of the load is connected
to the 0V common return. For this reason, PNP output is often referred to as “common
negative”.
Input that receives data from sensor with PNP output signal.
The UP side of the manifold, where solenoid valve manifold is connected.
Expression for PLC operation state. For details, Refer to manuals of each PLC maker.
Depending on which PLC is used; the Idle state might not be available.
When connecting device to the Fieldbus, resistance must be installed on both ends of
wiring system. This prevents signal reflection, and maintains data integrity.
Number of points of output equipment (Solenoid Valve, lamp, motor starter, etc.) which can
be operated.
The amount of current required by each unit in order to operate.
Function that detect if output or power supply positive line is short circuited with GND, thus
over current state has occurred.
Internal circuit protection to prevent damage by over current caused by power supply
positive line being short circuited with GND
Diagnostic function which detects open circuit, caused by broken or disconnected wiring to
the input/output equipment.
Data receive and transmit speed used by the Fieldbus. This depends on master equipment
(PLC etc.), the unit used is bps (bit per second).
Number of points that which can receive information from input equipment. (Sensor and
switch, etc.)
A unit to connect with the SI unit PCI connection, for parameter adjustment, to monitor all
input and output signal status, and for Forced input/output selection.
Type of communication system between a PLC and factory equipment (such as measuring
instruments or machines), in which data is exchanged by digital communication.
International Protection Rating. A Standard related to protection against foreign objects into
electrical enclosures. (Hand,wire, dust, and water, etc.)
An assembly with many openings for receiving and distributing fluid or gas.
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Assembly
Composing the unit as a manifold.
*: If the unit was purchased as a manifold, the work described in this section is not necessary.
Note
Be sure to turn off the power when carrying out the work to compose the unit as a manifold.
(1) Connect the unit to the End plate
Digital input unit/digital output unit/Analog unit can be connected in any order..
Tighten the bracket of the joint using Tightening torque 1.5 to 1.6 N・m .
(2) Add more units
Up to 10 units (including the SI unit) can be connected to one manifold.
(3)Connecting SI unit
After connecting the necessary units, connect the SI unit.
Connecting method is the same as above.
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(4) Mounting the valve plate
Mount the valve plate to the manifold solenoid valve using the valve set screws.
Apply 0.6 to 0.7N•m tightening torque to the screws.
Screw mounting place
SV:
2 places
S070: 2 places
VQC1000: 2 places
VQC2000: 3 places
VQC4000: 4 places
(5) Connect the SI unit and the manifold solenoid valve.
Insert the valve plate to the valve plate set groove on the side of SI unit.
Then, tighten it with the valve plate set screws to fix the plate.
Tightening torque for set screws 0.7 to 0.8N•m.
Note:
Please do not connect the unit while the power supply is active.
It will cause equipment damage.
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Mounting and Installation
• Installation method
(1) Direct mounting
When joining six or more units, fix the middle part of the complete EX600 unit with an intermediate
reinforcing brace (EX600-ZMB1) before mounting (Refer to the figure below.) using 2 M4 screws
(Tightening torque: 0.7 to 0.8 N•m)
Intermediate reinforcing brace
(EX600-ZMB1)
Fix and tighten the End plates at one end of the unit as shown in the figure below.
(Tightening torque: 0.7 to 0.8 N•m)
Fix the End plate at the valve side while referring to the operation manual of the corresponding manifold
valve.
End plate
Manifold valve
8
117 0.2
90 0.2
23.5
5.5
47
47xm
26
2 M4 screws
(tightening torque: 0.7 to 0.8 Nm)
47xn
Intermediate reinforcing brace
2 M4 screws
8
(Tolerance: 0.2 mm)
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(2) DIN rail mounting
(i) When joining six or more units, fix the middle part of the complete EX600 unit with an intermediate
reinforcing brace (EX600-ZMB2) before mounting, using 2xM4 screws (Tightening torque: 0.7 to 0.8
N•m)
(ii) Mount the End plate bracket (EX600-ZMA2) to the End plate, using 2xM4 screws (Tightening torque:
0.7 to 0.8 N•m)
2
End plate bracket
(EX600-ZMA2)
Intermediate reinforcing
brace (EX600-ZMB2)
1
(iii) Hook the DIN rail mounting groove to the DIN rail. (See the figure below.)
(iv) Press the manifold using its side hooked to the DIN rail as a fulcrum until the manifold is locked.
(v) Fix the manifold by tightening the DIN rail fixing screws of the EX600-ZMA2.
(Tightening torque: 0.7 to 0.8 Nm)
The tightening torque at the valve side depends on the valve type.
5
3 , 4
Fulcrum
DIN rail
End plate bracket
(EX600-ZMA2)
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• Wiring
The M12 connector can be mated with a SPEEDCON connector orstandard M12 connector.
(1) Set the projected portion of the cable connector metal ring (plug / socket) to the mark.
(2) Push the connector straight to insert it into the receptacle of the unit. If inserted without aligning the
mark, the connector will not mate with the receptacle.
Mark at cable end
Projected
portion
Mark on the unit
(3) Turn the connector clockwise. It stops when turned 1/4 turn.Turn it further. When the connector is turned
1/2 turn from the original position, the projected portion is set at the diagonal position to the mark and
the turn is completed.
Check that the connector is securely locked.
Turn-lock
mechanism of the
connector
If the connector is turned excessively, it will become difficult to remove.
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• Mounting the marker
Mount the marker (EX600-ZT1) into the marker groove as required.
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SI Unit
How to order
EX600 – S
SI Unit
Output polarity
Symbol
Description
1
PNP(-COM.)
2
NPN(+COM.)
Protocol
Symbol
Description
DN
DeviceNetTM
Name and Function of the Parts
2
3
4
1
5
6
7
8
11
10
9
No.
1
Name
Status indication LED
Description
Indicates the unit status
2
Indication cover
Open to gain access to the Setting switches
3
Indication cover set screw
Loosen to open the cover
4
Connector(BUS OUT)
Connector for Fieldbus output
5
Marker groove
Groove to mount an indication marker
6
Connector (H.T.)
Connector to connect handheld terminal
7
Valve plate mounting hole
Holes for fixing the valve plate
8
Valve plate mounting groove
Groove for mounting the valve plate
9
Joint bracket
Bracket used to secure the adjacent unit
10
Connector for unit (Plug)
Conveys the signals and power supply to the adjacent unit
11
Connector (BUS IN)
Connector for Fieldbus input
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• Display indicator and description
Indicator
ST(M)
PWR
PWR(V)
MS
NS
Description
Unit diagnostics status
Displays the power supply voltage status of the
power supply for control and input
Displays the power supply voltage status of the
power supply for output
Module Status
Network Status
Mounting and Installation
• Connector Pin Assignment
Pin no
signal name
1
DRAIN
2
V+
3
V-
4
CAN_H
5
CAN_L
configuration
BUS IN
2
BUS OUT
1
1
5
5
3
2
4
4
3
EX600-SDN1/2 internally implements the branch connection as illustrated on the circuit below.
When extending the network, connect using the BUS OUT connector, to increase the number of
DeviceNet™ slave stations.
Note
•Be sure to place a seal cap on any unused connectors.
Placing the seal cap appropriately enables the unit to achieve IP67 protection.
•Be sure to connect a termination resister at both ends of the DeviceNet™ trunk line.
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Setting and Adjustment
• Setting procedure
(1) Loosen the screw of the switch protection cover (indicated with an arrow).
(2) Open the cover with a flat blade screwdriver.
1
2
(3) Perform the switch settings referring to the following pages.
Set the switches with a small point precision screwdriver.
(4) After setting the switches close the switch protection cover and tighten the screw in the reverse order to
the above. (Tightening torque: 0.3 to 0.4 Nm)
Note
• When adjusting the switch, make sure not to touch other parts other than the setting
switch. Failure can be caused by damaged parts or short circuit.
• Be sure to perform the switch settings with the power turned OFF.
• All switches are set to OFF or 0 when delivered (Factory setting). Perform the
switch settings before use.
• When any foreign matter or water droplets are observed near the switch protection
cover, wipe them off before opening the cover.
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○ Address setting switch/ Data Rate setting switch
The switch settings become effective when power is introduced to the unit.
Address setting switch
Data Rate setting switch
:Set DeviceNet™ node address.
:Set DeviceNet™ communication speed.
Address Setting
Address SW
Node Address
×10
×1
0
0
0(Factory default setting)
0
1
1
0
2
2
~
~
~
6
2
62
6
3
63
6
4
~
~
9
9
PGM
Note)
Data Rate setting
Data Rate
SW
0
Communication speed
125kbps (factory default
setting)
1
250kbps
2
500kbps
3~9
PGM
Note)
Note) if set to PGM, Communication speed is set through DeviceNet™ network.
It is necessary to set HW/SW switch to ON. ( refer to page 22 ).
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○ Setting1 switch
When introducing power supply, switch setting will become effective.
V_SEL switch: A function to select the number of points occupied by valve outputs.
Select the output points (size) occupied by the SI unit.
Setting1
No.1
No.2
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
Description
Occupied bit for valve output
is 32
Occupied bit for valve output
is 24
Occupied bit for valve output
is 16
Occupied bit for valve output
is 8
SI unit Output data size
4byte(Factory default)
3byte
2byte
1byte
Note) Change to the occupied valve point setting to more than the connected number of valves.
Baud Rate switch: Switches to set the baud rate of internal communication.
Setting1
Description
No3.
OFF
No.4
OFF
1Mbps(factory setting)
OFF
ON
500kbps
ON
OFF
250kbps
ON
ON
125kbps
Note) 500, 250 & 125kbps settings are for future extension. Please use 1 Mbps (factory default setting).
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○ Setting2 switch
When introducing power supply, switch setting will become effective.
Diagnostics switches: Mapping of diagnostic data to input data
Setting2
No.1
No.2
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
Mode
Description
0
1
Input data only (factory setting)
Input data + System diagnostics
Input data + System diagnostics +
Unit diagnostics (max.10 units)
Input data + System diagnostics +
Unit diagnostics (max.64 units)
ON
OFF
2
ON
ON
3
Note1)
Status size to be set
to the input
0 byte
4 byte
6 byte
12 byte
Note 1)Mode 3 is used for future extended functions. Currently it is not used.
HOLD/CLEAR switch: Switch to set Hold/Clear of output at Fieldbus communication error or
during idling. This setting can be made invalid (over-ridden) by the
parameter. ( refer to page 64 )
Setting2
No.3
OFF
ON
Description
Clears the output at Fieldbus communication error or during idling.
(factory setting)
Hold the output at Fieldbus communication error or during idling.
HW/SW switch: Fieldbus Address and Data Rate can be set through switch settings or from the
PLC.
Setting2
No.4
OFF
Description
Enables the Address and Data Rate switches (Factory Setting)
Disables the Address and Data Rate switches. PLC now controls
ON
the Address and Data Rate. (Note 1)
Note1) In addition, when setting trough PLC, it is necessary to set Address or Data Rate
switch to PGM.
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No.EX##-OML0007
Manifold configuration memory switch:When the manifold configuration memory switch is set ON and
the power supply is switched ON, the system will compare the stored configuration with the manifold
configuration. If the configuration is different, diagnostic error will be generated.
Setting2
No.5
OFF
ON
Description
Normal operation mode (factory default setting)
Manifold configuration memory mode
Storing of the manifold configuration.
When powering up the unit with the switch set to ON, the manifold configuration will be stored into
non-volatile memory. The user should then power down the unit and turn OFF the switch before
re-powering.
Comparison of the manifold configuration.
When powering up the unit with the switch set to OFF, the manifold configuration is compared with
the last stored configuration. Diagnostic errors are produced if the configurations are not the same.
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Error display
SI unit common status
LED status
Descriptions
Power supply for control and input is OFF.
Unit is operating normally.
Component failure inside the SI unit.
When ST (M) indicator is red, stop using the product and contact SMC.
Valve is in short-circuit or open-circuit status. Replace the valve.
Valve ON/OFF counter exceeds setting value.
(When Open/Short-circuit detection mode is ON)
Communication error between units or configuration memory error.
Check the connection between units, or unit configuration.
Error diagnostic detected the error of a unit other than the SI unit.
Abnormal power voltage for control/input devices.
Check the power supply and adjust or replace it.
Abnormal power voltage for valve/output devices.
Check the power supply and adjust or replace it.
OFF
Red Light ON
Green Light ON
Flashing Red
Flashing Red and Green alternately (1 second frequency)
Flashing Green
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No.EX##-OML0007
LED status
Descriptions
Power supply for control and input is OFF.
Normal communication
・Check for Node Address duplication.
・Communication does not operate normally。
Connection cannot be established.
An internal element within the SI unit has been damaged.
Stop operation and contact our sales branch.
Critical communication error. (After ensuring compliance with the items below, Restart.)
・Confirm or fix the node address is set correctly.
・Check that the communication speed of the PLC and the slave unit are the same.
・Check that the cable length is within the specification.
・Check the integrity of the wiring (cable and connections).
・Check the specified terminators have been used.
Non-critical communication error. (After checking compliance with the list below,
Restart).
・Check that the communication speed of the PLC and the slave are the same.
・Check that the cable length is within the specification.
・Check the integrity of the wiring (cable and connections).
・Check the specified terminators have been used.
Unit is carrying out self diagnostics at power on.
OFF
Flashing Red
Red Light ON
Flashing Red and Green alternately
Green Light ON
Flashing Green
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Specifications
• Specifications
Model
EX600-SDN1
EX600-SDN2
TM
DeviceNet
Volume1(Edition2.1)
Volume3(Edition1.1)
Group2 Only Server
Fieldbus
Communication
Device type
Communication speed
Configuration file
Communication power supply
TM
for DeviceNet
Internal Current Consumption
(Power supply for Control and
Input)
Output method
Output channel
valve output
EDS file
I/O occupation area
(Inputs/Outputs)
Corresponding
message
Environmental
resistance
125/250/500kbps
Connected load
Supply voltage
Output for com. error
Protective function
Enclosure
Operating temp. range
Operating humidity range
Withstand voltage
Insulation resistance
Vibration resistance
Impact resistance
Standard
Weight
Max (512 points/512 points )
Duplicate MAC ID Check Message
Group 2 Only Unconnected Explicit Message
Explicit Message (Group 2)
Poll I/O Message (Predefined M/S Connection set)
DC11V~25V
Less than 55mA
PNP(-COM)
NPN(+COM)
32 channels (8/16/24/32 channels selectable)
Solenoid valve with lamp and circuit of protection of surge voltage of
DC24V 1.5W (SMC)
DC24V +10/-5%
HOLD/CLEAR/ Force ON
Short-circuit protection
IP67(manifold assembly)
o
-10~50 C
35~85%RH (no dew condensation)
AC500V for 1 min. between external terminals and FE
DC500V, 10MΩ or more between external terminals and FE
10~57Hz with constant amplitude of 0.75mm p-p
2
57-150Hz with constant acceleration of 49m/s
for 2 hours in each direction of X, Y and Z direction (during de-energizing)
2
147m/s 3 times in each direction of X, Y and Z (during de-energizing)
CE marking, UL recognition (CSA)
300 g
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• Outline Dimensions
55.2
47
22.1
56.4
11.5
106
10.7
-27No.EX##-OML0007
Digital input unit
How to order
EX600 – DX
Digital input
Connector and input points and open circuit detection
Symbol
Connector
B
C
C1
D
4 x M12(5Pin)
8 x M8(3Pin)
8 x M8(3Pin)
8 x M12(5Pin)
Input polarity
Symbol Description
P
PNP
N
NPN
Input
points
8 points
8 points
8 points
16 points
Open circuit
detection
No
No
Yes
No
Note: Input equipment with M12 (4 pin) connector can also
be connected to M12 (5 pin) connector.
Name and Function of the Parts
EX600-DX*B
2
1
3
5
4
No.
Name
1
Status indication LED
2
Connector(Input)
3
4
5
Marker groove
Joint bracket
Connector for unit (plug)
Description
Indicates the unit status.
(Refer to the chapter “Troubleshooting” for the detailed display
contents.)
Connector for digital inputs.
(M12, 5pin, socket : SPEEDCON)
Groove to mount an indication marker.
Joint bracket to join the adjacent unit, fixed with attached screws.
Conveys the signals and power supplies to the adjacent unit.
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No.EX##-OML0007
EX600-DX*C*
2
1
3
5
4
No.
Name
1
Status indication LED
2
Connector(Input)
3
Marker groove
4
Joint bracket
5
Connector for unit (plug)
Description
Indicates the unit status.
(Refer to the chapter “Troubleshooting” for the detailed display
contents.)
Connector for digital inputs. (M8, 3pin, socket)
Groove to mount an indication marker.
Joint bracket to join the adjacent unit, fixed with attached
screws.
Conveys the signals and power supplies to the adjacent unit.
EX600-DX*D
2
1
3
5
4
No.
Name
1
Status indication LED
2
3
Connector(Input)
Marker groove
4
Joint bracket
5
Connector for unit (plug)
Description
Indicates the unit status.
(Refer to the chapter “Troubleshooting” for the detailed display
contents.)
Connector for digital inputs. (M12, 5pin, socket : SPEEDCON)
Groove to mount an indication marker.
Joint bracket to join the adjacent unit, fixed with attached
screws.
Conveys the signals and power supplies to the adjacent unit.
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Mounting and Installation
・Pin assignment and wiring diagram
(1) EX600-DX*B/EX600-DX*D
○Connector’s Pin assignment
Pin No.
Signal name
1
24V(for control / input)
2
Input2
3
0V(for control / input)
4
Input1
5
FE
Configuration
1
2
5
4
3
Note: Input equipment with M12 (4 pin) connector can also be connected to M12 (5 pin) connector.
○ Wiring diagram
EX600-DXPB/ EX600-DXPD
EX600-DXNB/ EX600-DXND
Note
Be sure to place a seal cap on any unused connectors. Using the appropriate
seal cap enables the unit to achieve IP67 protection.
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(2) EX600-DX*C*
○ Connector’s pin assignment
Pin No.
Signal name
1
24V(for control / input)
3
0V(for control / input)
4
Input1
Configuration
1
3
4
○ Wiring diagram
EX600-DXPC*
EX600-DXNC*
Note
Be sure to place a seal cap on any unused connectors. Using the appropriate
seal cap enables the unit to achieve IP67 protection.
■Handling care.
Please note the following points when using Open Circuit Detection function.
z
Open Circuit Detection setting can only be carried out using a Handheld Terminal. Setting can not
be carried out using a PLC.
z
When 2-wire sensor is used, sensor which has current leakage during OFF status is less than
0.5mA (contact sensor, etc.) will not be detected. Please use sensor which has current leakage of
0.5mA or more during OFF status.
z
When 3-wire sensor is used, sensor that has current consumption of less than 0.5mA will not be
detected, and also open circuit (wire breakage) at input signal line will not be detected
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Error display
Status indication LED displays power supply status and communication status. These can be
checked according to the following:LED status
Descriptions
Power supply for control and input is OFF, or input device is OFF.
OFF
Input device is ON.
Green Light ON
Either of the following:
(1) Input device ON/OFF count has exceeded the set value.
Flashing Red
(2) Input device not connected (for open circuit detection type only).
Component failure inside the digital input unit.
All LED Flashing
Red and Green
alternately
Stop using the product and contact SMC.
<without Open Circuit Detection>
Red Light ON
(Both adjacent LED's
are ON)
Short circuit in power line of either input device “0” or “1”.
Check which input device has caused the short circuit.
<with Open Circuit Detection>
Red Light ON
(Either one
of adjacent
LED's is ON)
Short circuit in power line of input device indicated.
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Specifications
• Specifications
Model
Input type
Input connector
Input Specifications
Input channels
Sensor
supplied
voltage
Maximum sensor
supplied voltage
Protection
Input resistance
Rated input current
ON voltage
/ON current
EX600-DXPB EX600-DXNB EX600-DXPC□ EX600-DXNC□ EX600-DXPD EX600-DXND
PNP
NPN
Note1
M12(5Pin)socket
8channels
(2channels/Connector)
PNP
NPN
M8(3Pin)socket
8channels
(1 channels/Connector)
PNP
NPN
Note1
M12(5Pin)socket
16channels
(2channels/Connector)
24VDC(Supplied from the power supply for control and inputs )
0.5A/Connector
2A/unit
0.25A/Connector
2A/unit
Short circuit protection
2.7 kΩ
9 mA or less
0.5A/Connector
2A/unit
17 V or more/ 5 mA or more
(At NPN input, between the pin for input terminal and for sensor supplied voltage of +24 V)
(At PNP input, between the pin for input terminal and for sensor supplied voltage of 0 V)
5 V or less/ 1 mA or less
OFF voltage/OFF
(At NPN input, between the pin for input terminal and for sensor supplied voltage of +24 V)
current
(At PNP input, between the pin for input terminal and for sensor supplied voltage of 0 V)
Note2
Open
2 wires
-
0.5mA/Point
-
circuit
detection
Note2
3 wires
-
-
0.5mA/Connector
current
Note2
Current consumption
Environmental resistance
Indicator
Enclosure
Operating temp.
range
Operating humidity
range
Withstand voltage
Insulation resistance
Vibration
resistance
Impact resistance
Standard
Weight
50mA or less
55mA or less
70mA or less
Green LED on (Input is ON)
Red LED on (when short circuit detected at sensor’s power supply)
Note2
Red LED flashing (ON/OFF counter exceeded/ open circuit detected
)
IP67(manifold assembly)
o
-10~50 C
35~85%RH (no dew condensation)
AC500V for 1 min. between external terminals and FE
DC500V, 10MΩ or more between external terminals and FE
10~57Hz with constant amplitude of 0.75mm p-p
2
57-150Hz with constant acceleration of 49m/s
for 2 hours in each direction of X, Y and Z direction (during de-energizing)
2
147m/s 3 times in each direction of X, Y and Z (during de-energizing)
CE marking, UL recognition (CSA)
300g
275g
340g
Note 1:M12(4 pin)connector can be connected.
Note 2:Applicable only for unit with Open circuit detection function.
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No.EX##-OML0007
• Digital Input data
The table shows the relation between the connector position and the input data allocation.
○Table for input signal (EX600-DX*B)
connector
position
connector №
input
signal
Pin 2
Pin 4
0
Bit 1
Bit 0
1
Bit 3
Bit 2
2
Bit 5
Bit 4
3
Bit 7
Bit 6
2
Bit 5
Bit 4
3
Bit 7
Bit 6
4
Bit 9
Bit 8
5
Bit 11
Bit 10
6
Bit 13
Bit 12
7
Bit 15
Bit 14
○Table for input signal (EX600-DX*D)
connector
position
connector №
input
signal
Pin 2
Pin 4
0
Bit 1
Bit 0
1
Bit 3
Bit 2
○Table for input signal (EX600-DX*C*)
connector
position
connector №
input
signal
Pin 4
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
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• Outline Dimensions
EX600-DX*B
52.5
47
22.1
56.4
8
106
10.7
EX600-DX*C*
52.5
47
22.1
56.4
0.3
106
10.7
-35No.EX##-OML0007
EX600-DX*D
52.5
47
22.1
56.4
8
106
10.7
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No.EX##-OML0007
Digital Output unit
How to order
EX600 – DY
Digital Output
Connector and number of channel
Symbol
Connector
Output channels
B
4 x M12(5Pin)
8 channels
Output specification
Symbol Description
P
PNP
N
NPN
Note:output equipment with M12 (4 pin) connector can also
be connected to M12 (5 pin) connector。
Name and Function of the Parts
2
1
3
5
4
No.
Name
1
Status indication LED
2
3
4
5
Connector(Output)
Marker groove
Joint bracket
Connector for unit (plug)
Description
Indicates the unit status.
(Refer to the chapter “Troubleshooting” for the detailed display
contents.)
Connector for digital outputs. (M12, 5 pin, socket : SPEEDCON)
Groove to mount an indication marker.
Joint bracket to join the adjacent unit, fixed with attached screws.
Conveys the signals and power supplies to the adjacent unit.
-37No.EX##-OML0007
Mounting and Installation
・ Connector’s pin assignment and wiring diagram
○ Connector’s pin assignment
Signal name
Pin No.
EX600-DYPB
EX600-DYNB
1
NC
24V(For Output)
2
Output 2
Output 2
3
0V(for Output)
NC
4
Output 1
Output 1
5
FE
FE
Configuration
1
2
5
4
3
Note:output equipment with M12 (4 pin) connector can also be connected to M12 (5 pin) connector
○ Wiring Diagram
EX600-DYPB
DigitalOutput unit
1pin
NC
2pin
Output2
Short/Open
circuit
detection
EX600-DYNB
End
plate
DigitalOutput unit
1pin
24V
Power supply
for output
24VDC
2pin
Output2
3pin
0V
4pin
Output1
3pin
NC
Short/Open
circuit
detection
5pin
FE
End
plate
4pin
Output1
Power supply
for output
Short/Open
circuit
detection
24VDC
Short/Open
circuit
detection
5pin
FE
FE
FE
Note
Be sure to place a seal cap on any unused connectors. Using the appropriate
seal cap enables the unit to achieve IP67 protection.
Handling care.
Please note the following points when using Open Circuit Detection function.
z
Open Circuit Detection setting can only be carried out using a Handheld Terminal. Setting can not
be carried out at the PLC.
z
This function detects open circuit only when the output is OFF. Therefore if output is turned ON,
open circuit can not be detected
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No.EX##-OML0007
Error display
Status indication LED (see figure to the right) displays power supply status and communication
status. These can be checked according to the following:LED status
Descriptions
Power supply for control and input is OFF, or output device is OFF.
OFF
Output device is ON.
Green Light ON
Output is short circuited.
Red Light ON
Either of the following:
Output device contact operations count has exceeded the set value.
Flashing Red
Output device is not connected.
Component failure inside the digital output unit.
All LED Flashing
Red and Green
alternately
Stop using the product and contact SMC.
-39-
No.EX##-OML0007
Specifications
• Specifications
EX600-DYPB
PNP
Output
Specification
Model
Output style
Output connector
Output channel
Rated load voltage
Max. load current
Protection
Current consumption
Environmental
resistance
Display
Enclosure
Operating temp. range
Operating humidity range
Withstand voltage
Insulation resistance
Vibration resistance
Note1
EX600-DYNB
NPN
M12(5 Pin),Socket
8 channels (2 channels/connector)
24VDC(Supplied from Power supply for output)
0.5A/1 channel
2A/unit
Short circuit protection
50mA or less
Green LED on (during output is ON) Red LED on (short circuit at load)
Red LED flashing (ON/OFF counter is exceeded, or open circuit detected)
IP67(Manifold Assembly)
o
-10~50 C
35~85%RH (no dew condensation)
AC500V for 1 min. between external terminals and FE
DC500V, 10MΩ or more between external terminals and FE
10~57Hz with constant amplitude of 0.75mm p-p
2
57~150Hz with constant acceleration of 49m/s
for 2 hours in each direction of X, Y and Z direction (during de-energizing)
2
Impact resistance
Standard
Weight
147m/s 3 times in each direction of X, Y and Z (during de-energizing)
CE marking, UL recognition (CSA)
300g
Note1:M12 (4 pin) connector can also be connected.
・Digital Output data
The table shows the relation between the connector position and the output data allocation.
○Table for output signal (EX600-DY*B)
connector
position
connector №
output
signal
Pin 2
Pin 4
0
Bit 1
Bit 0
1
Bit 3
Bit 2
2
Bit 5
Bit 4
3
Bit 7
Bit 6
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No.EX##-OML0007
• Outline Dimensions
52.5
47
22.1
56.4
8
106
10.7
-41-
No.EX##-OML0007
Analog Input Unit
How to order
EX600 – AX
Analog input
Connector and Input channel
Symbol
Connector
Input channels
A
2 x M12(5 Pin)
2 channel
Name and Function of the Parts
2
1
3
5
4
Name
No.
1
Status indication LED
2
Connector(Input)
3
Marker groove
4
Joint bracket
5
Connector for unit (plug)
Description
Indicates the unit status.
(Refer to the chapter “Troubleshooting” for the detailed
display contents.)
Connector for digital inputs.
(M12, 5 pin, socket : SPEEDCON)
Groove to mount an indication marker.
Joint bracket to join the adjacent unit, fixed with
attached screws.
Conveys the signals and power supplies to the adjacent
unit.
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No.EX##-OML0007
Mounting and Installation
・Pin Assignment and wiring diagram
○ Pin assignment
Pin No
Signal name
Configuration
1
24V(For Control/Input)
2
Input+
3
0V(For Control/input)
4
Input-
5
FE
1
2
5
4
3
○ Wiring diagram
End
plate
Analog input unit
1pin
24V
Short circuit
detection
2pin
Input+
Power supply
for control
and input
A/D
24VDC
3pin
0V
4pin
Input5pin
FE
FE
Input impedance
Voltage input type: 100kΩ
Current input type:
50Ω
Note
Be sure to place a seal cap on any unused connectors. Using the appropriate
seal cap enables the unit to achieve IP67 protection.
■Handling care
Please note the following points when wiring the Analogue input unit and sensor.
The EX600 Analogue Input operates using a differential input specification, therefore pin No.4
(input -) becomes the reference and pin No.2 (input +) carries the signal data.
This means that, if pin No.4 is not connected, the signal input cannot be correctly input.
Therefore externally connect pin No.3 and pin No.4 together when a differential output sensor is
not used.
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・sensor and wiring example is shown below
○When Analog input signal is referenced at GND
○When 2-wire current output type sensor is used.
○When differential output type sensor is used
Error display
Status indication LED displays power supply status and communication status. These can be
checked according to the following:LED status
Descriptions
Power supply for control and input is OFF.
OFF
Operating normally.
Green Light ON
Power supply for input devices is short circuited.
Red Light ON
Flashing Red
Upper or lower limit is detected for the following items:
(1) Range
(2)Measurement value(User setting)
Component failure inside the analog input unit.
Stop using the product and contact SMC.
All LED Flashing Red
and Green alternately
-44No.EX##-OML0007
Specifications
• Specifications
Input Specifications
Model
Input type
Input connector
Input channels
Sensor supplied voltage
Maximum sensor supplied
voltage
Protection
Input signal
range
12bit
Resolution
16bit
Resolution
Max. input signal
Input impedance
Linearity
Repeatability
Absolute accuracy
Current consumption
Environmental
resistance
Display
Enclosure
Operating temp. range
Operating humidity range
Withstand voltage
Insulation resistance
Vibration resistance
Impact resistance
Standard
Weight
EX600-AXA
Voltage input
Current input
M12(5Pin), Socket
2channel(1channel/Connector)
DC24V (Supplied from power supply for control and input)
0.5A/channel
Short circuit protection circuit built in
0 ~ 10V
1 ~ 5V
0 ~ 5V
0 ~ 20mA
4 ~ 20mA
-10V ~ 10V (factory default setting)
-20mA ~ 20mA
-5V~5V
±15V
±40mA
100kΩ
50Ω
±0.05%F.S or less
±0.15%F.S. or less
±0.5%F.S. or less
±0.6%F.S. or less
70mA or less
Green LED on (when input is ON)
Red LED on (Short circuit at sensor power supply)
Red LED flashing (analog input exceeds measurement range or user
setting range)
IP67(Manifold Assembly)
o
-10~50 C
35~85%RH (no dew condensation)
AC500V for 1 min. between external terminals and FE
DC500V, 10MΩ or more between external terminals and FE
10~57Hz with constant amplitude of 0.75mm p-p
2
57~150Hz with constant acceleration of 49m/s
for 2 hours in each direction of X, Y and Z direction (during
de-energizing)
2
147m/s 3 times in each direction of X, Y and Z (during de-energizing)
CE marking, UL recognition (CSA)
290g
-45No.EX##-OML0007
・Analog characteristics
(1)Offset binary data format
AD
Value
AD値
ADAD値
Value
3901
(F3D)
3868
(F1C)
228
(E4)
0
a
0
Input
入力
Input signal range
a
0 ~ 10V
10V
0 ~ 5V
5V
0 ~ 20mA
20mA
a
b
Input signal range
1 ~ 5V
4 ~ 20mA
Input入力
a
b
1V
5V
4mA 20mA
Regarding AD value
In the above graph, 2 AD values are explained as below.
3901: AD value [decimal value]
(F3D): Offset Binary type[hexadecimal value]
Data Format
15
0
14
0
13
0
12
0
11
MSB
AD value
Hexadecimal
Decimal
0FFF
4095
0F3D
3901
0F1C
3868
0800
2048
00E4
228
0000
0
10
9
0 ~ 10V
10.5
10
5.25
0
8
7
6
AD value
1 ~ 5V
Voltage [V]
5.25
5
3
1
0.75
5
0 ~ 5V
5.25
5
2.625
0
4
3
2
1
0
LSB
0 ~ 20mA
4 ~ 20mA
Current[mA]
21
21
20
20
10.5
12
4
0
3
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AD
Value
AD値
63976
(F9E8)
1560
(618)
a
0
Input signal
range
-10 ~ 10V
-5 ~ 5V
-20 ~ 20mA
b
a
Input
入力
B
-10V 10V
-5V
5V
-20mA 20mA
Data format
15 14
MSB
13
12
11
AD value
Hexadecimal
Decimal
FFFF
65535
F9E8
63976
BCF4
48372
8000
32768
430C
17164
0618
1560
0000
0
10
9
8
7
6
AD value
5
-10V ~ 10V
-5 ~ 5V
Voltage [V]
10.5
5.25
10
5
5
2.5
0
0
-5
-2.5
-10
-5
-10.5
-5.25
4
3
2
1
0
LSB
-20mA ~ 20mA
Current [mA]
21
20
10
0
-10
-20
-21
-47-
No.EX##-OML0007
(2) Signed binary & 2’s complements data format
AD
Value
AD値
ADAD値
Value
1950
(79E)
(79E)
1934
(78E)
(78E)
114
(72)
(72)
0
Input signal
range
0 ~ 10V
0 ~ 5V
0 ~ 20mA
0
Input
入力
a
a
a
b
Input signal
range
1 ~ 5V
4 ~ 20mA
10V
5V
20mA
Input
入力
a
b
1V
4mA
5V
20mA
Regarding AD value
In the above graph, 2 AD values are explained as below.
-31208: AD value[decimal value]
(F9E8): Sign & Magnitude[Hexadecimal value]
(8618): 2’s complements[Hexadecimal value]
Data format
15
0
14
0
13
0
12
0
11
0
AD value
Hexadecimal
Decimal
07FF
2047
079E
1950
078E
1934
0400
1024
0072
114
0000
0
10
9
MSB
0 ~ 10V
10.5
10
5.25
0
8
7
1V ~ 5V
Voltage [V]
5.25
5
3
1
0.75
6
5
AD value
0 ~ 5V
5.25
5
2.625
0
4
3
2
1
0
LSB
0 ~ 20mA
4 ~ 20mA
Current [mA]
21
21
20
20
10.5
12
4
0
3
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AD Value
AD値
31208
(79E8)
(79E8)
a
0
b
Input
入力
-31208
(F9E8)
(8618)
Input signal range
-10 ~ 10V
-5 ~ 5V
-20 ~ 20mA
a
b
-10V 10V
-5V
5V
-20mA 20mA
Data format
15
Sign
14 13
MSB
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
AD value
5
4
3
2
Signed Binary
AD value
Hexadecimal
Decimal
7FFF
32767
79E8
31208
3CF4
15604
0000
0
BCF4
-15604
F9E8
-31208
FFFF
-32767
-10V~10V
-5V~5V
Voltage [V]
10.5*
5.25
10
5
5
2.5
0
0
-5
-2.5
-10
-5
-10.5
-5.25
-20mA~20mA
Current [mA]
21
20
10
0
-10
-20
-21
2’s complements
AD value
Hexadecimal
Decimal
7FFF
32767
79E8
31208
3CF4
15604
0000
0
C30C
-15604
8618
-31208
8000
-32767
-10V~10V
-5V~5V
Voltage [V]
10.5
5.25
10
5
5
2.5
0
0
-5
-2.5
-10
-5
-10.5
-5.25
-20mA~20mA
Current [mA]
21
20
10
0
-10
-20
-21
1
0
LSB
-49No.EX##-OML0007
• Outline Dimensions
52.5
47
22.1
56.4
8
106
10.7
-50-
No.EX##-OML0007
End plate
How to order
EX600 – ED
–
End plate at D side
Mounting method
Symbol
Mounting method
None No DIN rail mounting plate
2
With DIN rail mounting plate
Connector
Symbol
Connector
2
M12(5Pin)
3
7/8inch Connector
Name and Function of the Parts
1
Not used
1
2
2
2
2
4
4
3
No.
1
2
3
4
3
Name
Power connector
Fixing hole for direct mounting
DIN rail fixing hole
FE terminal
Description
Connector for power input
Holes used for direct mounting
Holes used to fix DIN rail
FE terminal to earth.
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Mounting and Installation
・Connector’s pin assignment
(1) EX600-ED2
Pin No.
Signal name
1
24V(for Output)
2
0V(for Output)
3
24V(for control / input)
4
0V(for control / input)
5
FE
Configuration
2
1
5
4
3
(2) EX600-ED3
Pin No.
Signal name
1
0V(for Output)
2
0V(for control / input)
3
FE
4
24V(for control / input)
5
24V(for Output)
Configuration
5
1
2
4
3
Regarding the 2 types of power supply
This product has 2 power supplies, and it is divided as follows.
z
Power supply for control and input: supplying power for control of each unit’s power supply for control
and also for equipment connected to Digital input unit and Analog input unit.
z
Power supply for output: supplying power for equipment connected to digital output unit, and also
power supply for solenoid valve manifold.
-52No.EX##-OML0007
Specifications
• Specifications
Model
EX600-ED2
EX600-ED3
M12(5Pin) Plug
7/8inch(5Pin) Plug
Control, input power
supply
24VDC±10%
Maximum 2 A
24VDC±10%
Maximum 8 A
Output power supply
24VDC +10%/-5%
Maximum 2 A
24VDC +10%/-5%
Maximum 8 A
Environmental
Input
Power connector
Enclosure
Operating temp. range
Operating humidity
range
Withstand voltage
Insulation resistance
Vibration resistance
Impact resistance
Standard
Weight
IP67(manifold assembly)
o
-10~50 C
35~85%RH (no dew condensation)
AC500V for 1 min. between external terminals and FE
DC500V, 10MΩ or more between external terminals and FE
10~57Hz with constant amplitude of 0.75mm p-p
2
57-150Hz with constant acceleration of 49m/s
for 2 hours in each direction of X, Y and Z direction (during
de-energizing)
2
147m/s 3 times in each direction of X, Y and Z (during de-energizing)
CE marking, UL recognition (CSA)
170g
175g
• Outline Dimensions
(1) EX600-ED2
20.5
5.5
73.6
56.6
30.2
13.2
30.35
106
90
8
85.1
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(2) EX600-ED3
5.5
56.6
36.65
30.2
13.2
30.35
106
90
8
42.5
26
20.5
-54No.EX##-OML0007
Troubleshooting
Refer to the following troubleshooting flowchart if errors occur on the Fieldbus system.
Error status is also reflected by the parameter settings of the Fieldbus system.
When problems occur, please take appropriate counter-measures after referring to the
troubleshooting and the parameter settings.
If the cause of the problem cannot be confirmed, it is possible that the equipment may have failed.
When failure of Fieldbus system equipment occurs, it is also possible that the error is caused by the
system requirements. If that is the case, Consider the counter-measures accordingly.
Field bus system
does not operate
normally
Model selection
or protocol
version is wrong
SI unit’s LED
indicates error
Wrong Selection
ST(M) LED
is blinking
green
Yes
No
Digital input unit
LED indicates
error
Problem No.1
Digital output unit
LED indicates
error
Problem No.2
Analog input unit
LED indicates
error
Problem No.3
Manifold or unit is
damaged
Problem No.4
Unit other than SI
unit LED indicates
error
Manifold or unit is
damaged
Problem No.5
Solenoid valve does not
operate normally
Digital input equipment does
not operate normally
Problem No.6
Digital output equipment
does not operate normally
Problem No.7
Analog input equipment
does not operate normally
Problem No.8
Problem No.9
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Trouble counter measure method
Problem
No.
LED indication
Flashing Red
(Diagnostic is
active)
1
Red
(Diagnostic is
active)
Problem
Investigation Method
1) Reset the counter, change
the setting or disable the
diagnostic through
Confirm cause 1) or 2) by
parameter setting.
PLC or H.T. Refer to details
2) Confirm if there are loose
of system diagnosis data.
connector and wire
breakage. Moreover,
please confirm if
applicable sensor is used.
[No open circuit detection]
Either of two adjacent
Check the wiring of the
sensor connections is short sensor connection which has
Diagnosis error
circuited (2x LED’s will be the short circuit, or confirm
(Sensor power supply is short
ON).
whether the cable and the
circuited)
[With open circuit detection] sensor are operating
The sensor connection is
correctly.
short circuited (LED is ON).
Cause can be either:
1) Sensor’s ON/OFF counter
exceeds setting value
2) Open circuit is detected on
input sensor or cable.
(for Open Circuit Detection
type only)
All LED flashing
Green and Red
Unit has failed
Flashing Red
(Diagnostic is
active)
Cause can be either:
1) Output device ON/OFF
counter exceeds setting
value
2) Open circuit is detected on
output device or cable.
Red
(Diagnostic is
active)
Diagnosis error
(output equipment is short
circuited)
All LED flashing
Green and Red
Unit has failed
2
Counter-measure
Flashing Red
(Diagnosis is
active)
Diagnosis error
(Upper/lower range limit
exceeded)
Red
(Diagnostic is
active)
Diagnosis error
(Short circuit is detected on
the sensor power supply).
All LED Flashing
green and red
Unit has failed
3
-
Stop operation and contact
SMC sales office
1) Reset the counter, change
the setting or disable the
Confirm cause 1) or 2) by
diagnostics through
PLC or H.T. Refer to details
parameter setting.
of system diagnosis data. 2) Confirm if there are loose
connections or broken
wires.
Check the wiring, or confirm
The output connection is
whether the output
short circuited (LED is ON). equipment is operating
correctly
-
Stop operation and contact
SMC sales office
1) Please adjust sensor
output so that it is inside
1) Confirm if the sensor
the measurement range, or
output exceeds the
adjust setting range or turn
upper/lower
off over/under range
measurement limits.
detection.
2) Confirm whether sensor 2) Please adjust sensor
output so that it is Inside
output exceeds user
the user setting value, or
setting upper/lower
adjust user setting value or
range.
turn off user set value
upper/lower limit detection.
Confirm if short circuit
Confirm if sensor and cable
occurs at the sensor or
are operating correctly.
cable
Please stop operation and
please contact our sales
office
-
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Problem
LED indication
No.
Problem
Counter-measure
Re-connect power supply for
control/input
Stop operation and contact
ST(M): Red
SI unit has failed
SMC sales office.
For 1) and 2): valve is broken.
Diagnosis error (SI unit )
Please replace valve and
ST(M):
1) Valve short circuited
Confirm through PLC or handheld
confirm operation.
Flashing red
2) Broken wire at valve
terminal. For details, please refer
3) Reset counter value, change
(Diagnosis is
3) Valve ON/OFF counter to the System Diagnosis
setting value or disable the
active)
exceeds setting
information.
diagnostic through
value.
parameter setting.
1) If the error does not recover,
stop operation and contact
1) Communication error
SMC sales office
1) Confirm if the connection
ST(M):
between SI unit and
2) Connect the unit according
between units is not loose.
Flashing
I/O unit
to the saved configuration,
2) Confirm unit’s order of
green and red 2) Manifold configuration
re-register new manifold
connection
error
configuration or turn off
manifold configuration
memory function
PWR: Red
The power supply voltage
Supply DC24V±10% to the
Confirm the power supply voltage
(Diagnostic is level for control and input
power supply for control and
level.
active)
is not normal
input.
ST(M): Off
Power supply for
control/input is OFF
Investigation Method
Confirm if power supply for
control/input is connected.
-
PWR(V): Red The power supply voltage
Confirm the used power supply
(Diagnostic is level for output is not
voltage level.
active)
normal
MS:Green
NS:Off
4
-Checking duplicated
node address
-Communication fault
Confirm the following.
-Node address.
-Communication speed used by
PLC and slave are the same.
Confirm the following。
1)
PLC is operating normally
MS:Green Device is online, but
2) If the scanlist is used on the
NS:Flashing communication cannot be
network, confirm that slave is
established
green
correctly registered on the
scanlist.
MS:Red
SI unit is defective
NS:Off
Supply DC24V+10/-5% to the
power supply for output.
After setting the following,
resume operation.
-Node address
-PLC/unit communication speed
1) Operate PLC correctly. (For
details, Refer to each PLC’s
operation manual)
2) Perform scanlist registration
correctly.
Stop operation and contact our
sales branch.
After setting the the following,
Confirm the following
Resume operation
1) Confirm or fix node address.
1) Node address
2) Communication speed of PLC 2) PLC/Unit communication
and slave are the same.
speed
3) Cable length is appropriate.
3) Appropriate cable length is
4) No wire breakage or loose
connected
connection on the cable.
4) Cable integrity is good (no
5) Appropriate termination
wire breakage).
resistance is used.
5) Appropriate terminal
6) Communication line is noise
resistance is connected.
protected.
6) Communication line is
protected from noise.
Confirm the following
After setting the the following,
1) Communication speed of PLC Resume operation
and slave are the same.
1) PLC/Unit communication
2) Cable length is appropriate.
speed
3) No wire breakage or loose
2) Appropriate cable length is
connection on the cable.
connected
4) Appropriate termination
3) Cable integrity is good (no
resistance is used.
wire breakage).
5) Communication line is noise
4) Appropriate terminal
protected.
resistance is connected.
5) Communication line is
protected from noise.
-
MS:Green
NS:Red
Critical DeviceNet
communication error
MS:Green
Non critical DeviceNet
NS:Flashing
communication error
Red
-57No.EX##-OML0007
Problem
No.
LED indication
Problem
Valve output setting for
occupied points is less
than the number of
connected valves
Program does not
operate normally.
Investigation Method
Confirm the V_SEL switch
setting in the SI unit is set to
more than the actual connected
valves.
Confirm if ladder program at
PLC Is correct
Power supply for output Check the status of the power
is defective
supply for output
5
Solenoid valve
does not operate
normally
Confirm the connection between
Connection between SI
the SI Unit and solenoid valve
Unit and solenoid valve
manifold (Connector pin not
manifold is defective
bent, etc.)
Confirm that the SI Unit and
solenoid valves are compatible:
SI Unit output type is not
EX600-SDN1 (PNP Output)
compatible with the
- Negative common type valve
solenoid valves
EX600-SDN2 (NPN Output)
- Positive common type valve
Replace the SI Unit and confirm
Defective SI Unit
the operation
Counter-measure
Set the SI unit switch settings
to an occupation points count
greater than the number of
valves used.
Same as left
Supply DC24V +10/-5% to the
power supply for output from
the end plate unit
Connect the SI Unit to the
solenoid valve Manifold
correctly
Replace the SI Unit or the
solenoid valve so that the
correct combination is used
Replace the SI Unit.
If the problem continues, refer
Replace the solenoid valve and
to the solenoid valve operation
confirm the operation
manual.
Confirm if input unit specification
Replace input unit or input
Input type is not
(PNP or NPN) and connected
equipment so that it become
compatible
input equipment specification
the correct combination
are compatible
Supply DC24V ±10% to the
Power supply for control Check the status of power
power supply for control and
and input is defective
supply for control and input
input from the end plate
Make corrections to the wiring
Confirm connection and wiring
Wiring or connection is
between input equipment and
between input equipment and
defective
digital input unit and continue
digital input unit.
operation
Defective solenoid valve
6
Digital input
equipment does
not operate
normally
Digital input unit is
defective
Confirm the digital input unit
Replace the digital input unit
Defective input
equipment
Replace the input equipment
and confirm the operation.
If the problem continues, refer
to the input equipment
operation manual.
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Problem
No.
7
LED indication
Digital output
equipment does
not operate
normally
Problem
Investigation Method
Output type is
not compatible
Confirm if output unit specification (PNP Replace the output unit or
or NPN) and connected load specification load to give the correct
combination
are compatible.
Program does
not operate
normally
Confirm if the ladder program at the PLC Correct the ladder program at
Is correct
the PLC
Power supply for
Supply DC24V +10/-5% to the
Check the status of the power supply for
output is
power supply for output from
output
defective
the end plate
Make corrections to the wiring
Wiring and
Confirm connection between the output between the output
connection is
equipment and digital output unit.
equipment and digital output
defective
unit and continue operation
Digital output unit
Confirm the digital output unit.
is defective
8
Counter-measure
Replace the digital output
unit.
Output
equipment is
defective
Power supply for
control and input
is defective
If the problem continues, refer
to the output equipment
operation manual.
Supply DC24V±10% to the
Check the status of the power supply for
power supply for control and
control and input
input from the end plate
Input signal
range setting is
not compatible
Confirm the connected sensor
specification
Set the input signal range to
suit the sensor specification.
Analog data
format is not
compatible
Confirm the data format setting of the
Analog input unit.
Set the data format of the
Analog input unit to suit the
application/program.
Confirm the connection between the
input sensor and Analog input unit
Correct the wiring between
the input sensor and Analog
input unit
Analog input
sensor does not
operate normally Wiring and
connection is
defective
Replace the output equipment and
confirm the operation.
Analog Input Unit Check the Analog input unit and confirm Replace the Analog input unit
is defective
the operation
and confirm the operation
Defective sensor
9
Other peripheral
Defective
units do not
peripheral units
operate normally
Replace the sensor and confirm the
operation.
If the problem continues, refer
to the sensor operation
manual.
Confirm that the program at PLC is
correct.
For further details, refer to the
relevant manuals of each
peripheral unit.
-59No.EX##-OML0007
Parameter Setting
The EX600 has parameters settings for the system, unit and also each unit’s channel, which can be
set through PLC or Handheld Terminal.
There are no priorities in setting the parameter. The most recent setting will be reflected on the unit.
Parameter Definition
System Parameter
Parameter
No
Name
1 Hold/Clear
Setting
Method
Contents
Select setting method of output state during communication fault or
communication idle state, either with the unit’s setting switches or using a
HHT. When using an HHT, each channel’s output state can be set to
Hold/Clear/Force ON. However, when using setting switches, the entire
system’s output state can be set.
-60No.EX##-OML0007
SI Unit Parameter
Parameter
No
Name
Power Supply
Voltage
1
Monitor
(Control/Input)
Power Supply
Voltage
2
Monitor
(Output )
Short Circuit
3
Detection
4
5
6
7
8
Restart after
short circuit
Open Circuit
Detection
Output setting
during
communication
fault
Output setting
during
communication
idle
Channel
ON/OFF
Counter
Contents
When power supply voltage for control/input goes above 26V or falls below
21V, a diagnostic error will be generated.
When power supply voltage for output goes above 26V or falls below 20V, a
diagnostic error will be generated.
If short circuit or over current occurs when the valve output is ON, diagnostic
error will be generated.
When a short circuit at the valve has been removed, the short circuit detection
error diagnostic can be set to automatically reset (error will automatically be
cleared) or manual reset (error will not be cleared until power supply is reset)
If an open circuit is detected during Valve Output OFF, a diagnostic error will be
generated. This setting can be made for each channel.
At the time of communication fault, each channel’s Valve Output can be set to
Hold, Clear or Force ON setting. This function will only be activated when the
Hold/Clear setting method at the system configuration is set to Handheld.
At the time when the communication is idle, each channel’s Valve Output can
be set to Hold, Clear or Force ON setting. This function will only be activated
when Hold/Clear setting method at the system configuration is set to Handheld.
The number of times the valve is ON/OFF is recorded for each channel.
There is a set value for each channel, and it is possible to generate a diagnostic
error when the set value is reached.
However, recording the number of ON/OFF is done in 30 second intervals (30
seconds per channel) from CH0 to the channels which have valve outputs.
If the power supply for control and input is turned OFF, the last recorded value for
each channel will become valid.
-61No.EX##-OML0007
Digital Input Unit Parameter
Parameter
No.
Contents
Name
Short
circuit If a short circuit or over current occurs at the sensor power supply, a
1
detection
diagnostic error will be generated.
If an open circuit is detected at the input sensor, a diagnostic error will be
Open Circuit
generated. There is a setting available for each channel.
Detection
Please note the following:
(Only available 1) When a 2-wire type sensor is used, during OFF state, a leak current of less
2
for Open
than 0.5mA will not be detected. A sensor with a leak current of 0.5mA or
Circuit
more (in the OFF state) must be used.
Detection Unit) 2) When a 3-wire type sensor is used, if the sensor has a current consumption
of less than 0.5mA, an open circuit may not be detected.
When an input equipment with high capacitance is connected, at the time
power is supplied, over current will be detected.
Inrush current
3
filter
If the inrush current filter is active, during the first 100msec after power is
supplied, over current will not be detected.
Input filtering
4
A change of signal faster than the input filtering time will be disregarded.
time
Input extension An Input signal will be extended to the time set by this parameter. If the signal
5
time
is longer than the setting, then this parameter’s setting will be disregarded.
6
The number of times the input is ON/OFF is recorded for each channel. There is a
set value for each channel, and it is possible to generate a diagnostic error when
the set value is reached.
Channel On/Off
However, the counter value is recorded every one hour.
Counter
If the power supply for control and input is turned OFF, data that has not been
recorded will be cleared.
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No.EX##-OML0007
Digital Output unit
Parameter
No
Name
Short Circuit
1
Detection
2
3
4
5
6
Restart after
Short Circuit
Open Circuit
Detection
Output Setting
during
communication
fault
Output Setting
during
communication
idle
Channel On/Off
Counter
Contents
If a short circuit or over-current occurs at the output’s load, a diagnostic error
will be generated.
When a short circuit at the output has been removed, the short circuit
detection error diagnostic can be set to automatically reset (error will
automatically be cleared) or manual reset (error will not be cleared until power
supply is reset)
If an open circuit is detected when the output is in the OFF state, a diagnostic
error will be generated. This setting can be made for each channel.
At the time of communication fault, each channel’s output can be set to Hold,
Clear or Force ON setting. This function will only be activated when the
Hold/Clear setting method at the system configuration is set to Handheld.
At the time when the communication is idle, each channel’s output can be set
to Hold, Clear or Force ON setting. This function will only be activated when
the Hold/Clear Setting method at the system configuration is set to Handheld.
The number of times the output is ON/OFF is recorded for each channel. There is a
set value for each channel, and it is possible to generate a diagnostic error when
the set value is reached.
However, the counter value is recorded every one hour.
If the power supply for control and input is turned OFF, data that has not been
recorded will be cleared.
Analog Input Unit Parameter
Parameter
No
Contents
Name
Short Circuit
If a short circuit or over-current occurs at the sensor power supply, a diagnostic
1
Detection
error will be generated.
Analog input
Selection of Analog Input Range. The settable measurement ranges are:
2 measurement
0...10V, 1...5V, 0...5V, -10V...+10V, -5V...+5V, 0...20mA, 4...20mA,
range
-20mA...+20mA.
Analog data
Select data format, which is output to the PLC from the Analog Input unit.
3
format
Available selections are: Offset Binary, Signed Binary, 2’s Complements.
Selection of analog averaging filter. The sampling cycle is about 2 seconds.
Analog
4
Selectable values are: No filter, 2 Average (average between the last 2 input
averaging filter
values), 4 Average, and 8 Average.
Range Upper
If the input signal exceeds the upper limit value of the input range (0.5%), a
5
Limit Error
diagnostic error will be generated.
Range Lower
If the input signal exceeds the lower limit value of the input range (0.5%), a
6
Limit Error
diagnostic error will be generated.
User settable
If the input signal exceeds the upper limit value of the user settable range, a
7 value upper
diagnostic error will be generated.
limit
This setting can be made for each channel.
User settable
If the input signal exceeds the lower limit value of the user settable range, a
8 value lower
diagnostic error will be generated.
limit
This setting can be made for each channel.
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Parameter’s Factory Default Setting
System Parameter
No
1
Parameter
Name (EDS
Parameter)
Hold/Clear
Setting Method
(Hold/Clear )
Setting Value
Switch
Handheld
Contents
Hold/Clear Setting is made
at SI Unit setting switch.
Hold/Clear Setting is made
at Handheld Terminal
Setting
Level
Default
Setting
Setting
Method
By
PLC
By
H.T.
O
O
O
System
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SI Unit Parameter
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Name
(EDS
Parameter)
Power supply
voltage monitor
for control and
input
(Pwr control
monitor)
Power supply
voltage monitor
for output
(Pwr output
monitor)
Short Circuit
Detection
(Monitor short
circuit)
Restart after
short circuit
(Restart after
short circuit)
Open Circuit
Detection
(OC_Mon)
Output setting
during
communication
fault.
(Fault_MD )
Output setting
during
communication
idle
(Idle_MD)
Setting
Value
Enable
Disable
Enable
Disable
Enable
Disable
Auto
Manual
Enable
Disable
Clear
Hold
Force
On
Clear
Hold
Force
On
Enable
8
Valve’s ON/OFF
counter
(Counter)
Disable
Val
Contents
Enable monitoring of power
supply voltage for control and
input.
Disable monitoring of power
supply voltage for control and
input.
Enable monitoring of power
supply voltage for output
Disable monitoring of power
supply voltage for output
Enable valve short circuit
detection
Disable valve short circuit
detection
After short circuit has been
removed, the error will be
cleared automatically.
After short circuit has been
removed, the error will not be
cleared until the power supply
is reset.
Enable valve open circuit
detection
Disable valve open circuit
detection
During communication fault,
clear valve output.
During communication fault,
hold valve output.
During communication fault,
turn ON valve output.
During communication idle,
clear valve output.
During communication idle,
hold valve output.
During communication idle,
turn ON valve output.
If valve’s ON/OFF counter
exceeds the setting value, a
diagnostic error will be
generated.
Diagnostic error will not be
generated
Set maximum counter value.
Settable values are (1~65000)
x 1000 times
Setting
Level
Default
setting
Setting
Method
By
By
PLC H.T.
O
Unit
O
O
O
O
O
O
Unit
O
O
Channel
X
O
X
O
X
O
X
O
O
Unit
O
Unit
O
O
O
Channel
O
Channel
Channel
O
65000
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Digital Input Unit Parameter
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
Parameter
Name
(EDS
Parameter)
Short circuit
detection
(Monitor short
circuit)
Open circuit
detection
(Monitor open
Note 1)
circuit)
Inrush current
Filter
(Inrush current
filter)
Input Filtering
time
(Input filtering
time)
Input extension
time
(Input extension
time)
Input Sensor’s
ON/OFF
(Counter)
Setting
Value
Enable
Disable
Enable
Contents
Enable sensor’s power supply
short circuit detection
Disable sensor’s power supply
short circuit detection
Enable input sensor open
circuit detection
Disable
Disable input sensor open
circuit detection
Enable
Enable inrush current filter
Disable
Disable inrush current filter
Setting
Level
Default
setting
Setting
Method
By
By
PLC
H.T.
O
Unit
O
O
Channel
X
O
O
O
O
O
Unit
0.1/1/10/
20
msec
Set input signal filtering time.
Unit
1msec
O
O
1/15/100/
200
msec
Set input signal’s extension
time
Unit
15
msec
O
O
Channel
O
X
O
Enable
Disable
Val
If input sensor’s ON/OFF
counter exceeds setting value,
diagnostic error will be
generated.
Diagnostic error will not be
generated
Set maximum counter value.
Settable setting value are
(1~65000) x 1000 times
65000
Note 1)
Open Circuit Detection parameter is only available on Digital input unit with open circuit detection
(P/N EX600-DXPC1, EX600-DXNC1).
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Digital Output Unit Parameter
No
1
2
3
4
5
Parameter Name
(EDS Parameter)
Short Circuit
Detection
(Monitor short
circuit)
Restart after
Short Circuit
(Restart after
short circuit)
Open Circuit
Detection
(Monitor pen
circuit)
Output setting
during
communication
fault
(Fault action)
Output setting
during
communication
idle
(Idle mode )
Setting
Value
Enable
Disable
Auto
Manual
Enable
Disable
Clear
Hold
Force On
Clear
Hold
Force On
Enable
6
Output ON/OFF
counter
(Switching
counter)
Disable
Val
Contents
Enable output short circuit
detection
Disable output short circuit
detection
After short circuit has been
removed, the error will be
cleared automatically
After short circuit has been
removed, the error will not be
cleared until the power
supply is reset
Enable output open circuit
detection
Disable output open circuit
detection
During communication fault,
clear output
During communication fault
hold output
During communication fault,
turn ON output
During communication idle,
clear output
During communication idle,
hold output
During communication idle,
turn ON output
If output ON/OFF counter
exceeds the setting value, a
diagnostic error will be
generated.
Diagnostic error will not be
generated
Set the maximum counter
value. Settable value are
(1~65000) x 1000 times
Setting
Level
Default
setting
Setting Method
By
PLC
By
H.T.
O
O
Unit
O
O
Channel
X
O
X
O
X
O
X
O
O
Unit
O
O
O
Channel
O
Channel
Channel
O
65000
Note1) Depending on which PLC is used, there is a model which does not support Idle Function. If that is the case, this
function cannot be used.
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Analog Input Unit Parameter (1)
No
Parameter Name
(EDS
Parameter)
1
Short Circuit
Detection
(Monitor short
circuit)
2
Analog Input
Range
(Ch # Range)
3
Analog Data
Format
(Data format)
4
Analog Filter
(Ch # Filter)
5
Over Range
detection
(Monitor over
range)
Setting Value
Enable
Disable
0...10V,
1...5V,
0...5V,
-10V...+10V,
-5V...+5V,
0...20mA,
4...20mA,
-20mA...+20mA
Offset Binary,
Sign & Magnitude,
2s Complement
None,
2 value average
4 value average
8 value average
Enable
Disable
6
Under Range
detection
(Monitor under
range)
Enable
Disable
7
User Setting
Value Upper
Limit Error
(Analog upper
limit)
Enable
Disable
Val
Contents
Setting
Level
Enable sensor
power supply short
circuit detection
Disable sensor
power supply short
circuit detection
Unit
Select analog input
range
Channel
Select analog data
format
Select analog data
filter
If the analog input
exceeds the
maximum allowable
input range (0.5%),
a diagnostic error
will be generated
Above diagnostic
error will not be
generated.
If the analog input
exceeds the
minimum allowable
input range(0.5%), a
diagnostic error will
be generated
Above diagnostic
error will not be
generated.
If the analog input
exceeds the upper
user setting lower
limit, diagnostic
error will be
generated
Above diagnostic
error will not be
generated.
Refer to Note1) for
possible set value
Default
setting
Setting Method
By
PLC
By
HT
O
O
O
-10V~1
0V
O
O
Unit
Offset
Binary
O
O
Unit
2 value
average
O
O
Unit
Enable
O
O
Unit
Enable
O
O
X
O
Channel
Disable
10V
Note2)
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Analog Input Unit Parameter (2)
No
8
Parameter Name
(EDS Parameter)
Setting
Value
User Setting
Value lower Limit
Error
(Analog under
limit)
Enable
Disable
Val
Contents
If the analog input falls
below the lower user
setting lower limit,
diagnostic error will be
generated
Above diagnostic error
will not be generated.
Refer to Note1) for
possible set value
Setting
Level
Default
setting
Setting Method
By
PLC
By
HT
Disable
Channel
X
O
10V
Note2)
Note1) User setting value is settable according to the table below.
Analog input measurement
range
-10 ... +10V
User setting value set range
Upr_Lmt
Lwr_Lmt
-10.5 ~ +10.45V
-10.45 ~ +10.5V
-5V ... +5V
-5.25 ~ +5.22V
-5.22 ~ +5.25V
-20 ... +20mA
-21 ~ +20.9mA
-20.9 ~ +21mA
0 ... +10V
0 ~ +10.45V
0.05 ~ +10.5V
0 ... +5V
0 ~ +5.22V
0.02 ~ +5.25V
+1 ... +5V
+0.75 ~ +5.22V
+0.77 ~ +5.25V
0 ... +20mA
0 ~ +20.9mA
0.1 ~ +21mA
+4 ... +20mA
+3 ~ +20.9mA
+3.1 ~ +21mA
Note 2) Factory default setting for Analog input range is -10...+10V
When changing the analog input measurement range, please make sure to confirm the set value and set the
correct value accordingly.
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No.EX##-OML0007
Configuration
EDS file and symbol file
EDS files are necessary to configure the EX600. A symbol file is necessary to display an icon
of EX600 on a DeviceNet Configurator. The EDS files and symbol file can be downloaded from
the URL shown below.
URL: http://www.smcworld.com
- EDS file: ex600_sdn1_v16.eds
ex600_sdn1_v16.eds
- Symbol file: ex600_1.ico
Setting with RSNetWorx for DeviceNet
The following explains how to connect EX600 to a DeviceNet network using RXNetWorx
(RSNetWorx for DeviceNet version 5.00.00 is used.)
Installing EDS files
Save the files using the EDS Wizard, in the RSNetWorx software.
1) Start RSNetWorx for DeviceNet.
2) Select Tools/EDS Wizard, and save the EDS files for EX600.
2)
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3) They are saved in DeviceNet/Category/Communication Adapter folder or
DeviceNet/Vendor/SMC Corporation/Communication Adapter folder in the Hardware window.
3)
Registeration to the network
Register the of EX600 device to the network.
1) Double-click EX600-SDN1.
2). EX600-SDN1 is shown on the network.
1)
2)
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Address setting for EX600
Set the address of EX600.
1) Double-click EX600-SDN1.
2) Input or select the DeviceNet address.
2)
1)
-72No.EX##-OML0007
Setting of scanlist
Configure the scanlist so that the unit to be installed is known by the master.
1) Double-click the scanner.
2) Click the Scanlist tab.
3) Move EX600-SDN1 in Available Devices; to Scanlist; by pressing “>” button.
1)
2)
3)
-73No.EX##-OML0007
I/O parameter setting
Set the I/O parameters for EX600.
1) Double-click EX600-SDN1 in Scanlist;.
2) The Edit I/O parameters window appears.
3) Set the I/O parameters, and press the OK button.
1)
2)
3)
Note) Please leave unticked the “Strobed” and “Change of State / Cyclic” tick boxes. These
functions are not supported.
-74No.EX##-OML0007
I/O map
Allocated input/ output bytes of each unit type
The allocated input/ output bytes for each EX600 unit are shown below.
Unit part no.
Abbreviation
EX600-SDN# (32 points)
EX600-SDN# (24 points)
SI
EX600-SDN# (16 points)
EX600-SDN# (8 points)
EX600-DX#B
EX600-DX#C
DX
EX600-DX#C1
EX600-DX#D
EX600-DY#B
DY
EX600-AXA
AX
Allocated bytes
Input
Output
0
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
1
0
1
0
Description
SI Unit (32 points)
SI Unit (24 points)
SI Unit (16 points)
SI Unit (8 points)
Digital input unit
Digital input unit
Digital input unit
(Wire breakage detection)
Digital input unit
Digital output unit
Analog input unit
(2 channels)
1
0
2
0
4
0
1
(2 bytes per channel)
0
* EX600-SDN# can change the allocated output bytes with switch setting.
-75No.EX##-OML0007
Diagnostics
The following diagnostic data is allocated to the top of the I/O mapping input data by switching No. 1
and No. 2 of the Setting2 switch.
Mode
Switch setting
Diagnostic data
Daignosis size
No1
No2
0
OFF
OFF
No diagnostic data
0 byte
1
OFF
ON
System diagnostic
4 bytes
2
3
ON
OFF
System diagnostic + Unit diagnostic (for 10 units)
6 bytes
ON
ON
System diagnostic + Unit diagnostic (for 64 units)
12 bytes
Note 1)
Note 1) Mode 3 is reserved for future expansion of the system.
Mode 3 should not be used at this time.
Note 2) The channel diagnostics cannot be allocated to the input map. Use the hand-held unit for
monitoring.
System diagnosis
Channel diagnosis
Unit diagnosis
-76No.EX##-OML0007
Input / output mapping
The input/ output map of each diagnostic mode is shown with the following unit configuration as an
example.
Unit 0
AXA
Unit 1
DY#B
Unit 2
DY#B
Unit 3
DX#B
Unit 4
DX#D
Unit 5
SDN#
Analog
Input
Digital
Output
Digital
Output
Digital
Input
Digital
Input
SI unit
(32
output)
4byte
input
1byte
output
1byte
output
1byte
input
2byte
input
4byte
output
○
○
Input data:
Analog input unit (EX600-AXA) (Unit 0) occupies 4 bytes.
Digital input unit (EX600-DX#B) (Unit 3) occupies 1 byte.
Digital input unit (EX600-DX#D) (Unit 4) occupies 2 bytes.
Output data:
Digital output unit (EX600-DY#B) (Unit 1) occupies 1 byte.
Digital output unit (EX600-DY#B) (Unit 2) occupies 1 byte.
SI unit (EX600-SDN#) (Unit 5) occupies 4 bytes.
When Diagnostic Mode 0 is chosen
Input data
Byte0
Byte1
Byte2
AXA Channel 0
(Unit 0)
Byte3
AXA Channel 1
(Unit 0)
Byte4
DX#B(Unit 3)
Byte5
Byte6
DX#D
(Unit 4)
TOTAL
7byte
Valve 32
points
Output data
DY#B( Unit1)
DY#B(Unit 2)
SDN#
(Unit 5)
6byte
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No.EX##-OML0007
When Diagnostic Mode 1 is chosen
Input data
Output data
Byte0
System diagnostic byte0
DY#B( Unit 1)
Byte1
System diagnostic byte1
DY#B(Unit 2)
Byte2
System diagnostic byte2
Byte3
System diagnostic byte3
Byte4
AXA channel 0
(Unit0)
Byte5
Byte6
Byte7
SDN#
(Unit 5)
AXA channel 1
(Unit 0)
Byte8
DX#B(Unit 3)
Byte9
Byte10
DX#D
(Unit 4)
TOTAL
11byte
6byte
When Diagnostic Mode 2 is chosen
Input data
Output data
Byte0
System diagnostic byte0
DY#B( Unit 1)
Byte1
System diagnostic byte1
DY#B(Unit 2)
Byte2
System diagnostic byte2
Byte3
System diagnostic byte3
Byte4
Unit diagnostic byte0
Byte5
Unit diagnostic byte1
Byte6
AXA channel 0
(Unit0)
Byte7
Byte8
Byte9
AXA channel 1
(Unit 0)
Byte10
DX#B(Unit 3)
Byte11
Byte12
DX#D
(Unit 4)
Total
13byte
SDN#
(Unit 5)
6byte
-78No.EX##-OML0007
Details of diagnostic information
Details of the diagnostic information is shown on below list.
System diagnostic
1)System diagnostic byte0
Bit
Diagnostic content
0
Analog input falls below user’s setting lower limit value
1
Analog input exceeds user’s setting upper limit value
2
Analog input falls below measurement range
3
Analog input exceeds measurement range
4
Channel ON/OFF counter exceeds setting value
5
Open circuit error detected
6
Short circuit detected on value output or digital output
7
Short circuit detected on input sensor’s power supply
2) System diagnostic byte1
Bit
Diagnostic content
0
Power supply voltage for output is outside operating range
Power supply voltage for control and sensor is outside
1
operating range
2
3
Connection error on I/O Unit (during operation)
4
Connection error on I/O Unit (at system start up)
5
Manifold configuration error.
6
System error
7
Hardware error
3) System diagnostic byte2
Bit
Diagnostic content
0~7
(Reserved)
4) System diagnostic byte3
診断名
Bit
0
Error detected on Digital Input unit
1
Error detected on Digital Output unit
2
Error detected on Analog Input unit
3
(Reserved)
4
Error detected on Serial interface unit
5
(Reserved)
6
(Reserved)
7
(Reserved)
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No.EX##-OML0007
Unit diagnostic
1) Unit diagnostic byte0
Bit
Diagnostic content
0
Error detected on Unit 0
1
Error detected on Unit 1
2
Error detected on Unit 2
3
Error detected on Unit 3
4
Error detected on Unit 4
5
Error detected on Unit 5
6
Error detected on Unit 6
7
Error detected on Unit 7
2) Unit diagnostic byte1
Bit
Diagnostic content
0
Error detected on Unit 8
1
Error detected on Unit 9
2
(Reserved)
3
(Reserved)
4
(Reserved)
5
(Reserved)
6
(Reserved)
7
(Reserved)
-80No.EX##-OML0007
DeviceNet object
EX600 supports the following Object Class.
Object
Class No
Instance
Identity
01h
1
Message Router
02h
1
DeviceNet
03h
1
Connection
05h
3
Register
07h
2
Acknowledge Handler
2Bh
1
Map
65h
1
System
66h
1
Generic Unit
67h
64
Digital Input Unit
6Ah
64
Digital Output Unit
6Bh
64
SI Unit
6Ch
64
Analog Input Unit
6Dh
16
-81No.EX##-OML0007
Map Object(65h)
Map Object Instance Attribute
Attribute
ID
Access
Name
Type
Description / Value
100
Get
Input Data Size
UINT
Length of Input Data
101
Get
Output Data Size
UINT
Length of Output Data
-82No.EX##-OML0007
System Object(66h)
Instance Attribute
Attribute
ID
Access Name
Type
Description / Value
Bit0:
105
Get
System Status 1
UINT
106
Get
System Status 2
UINT
Power supply voltage monitor
for Output
Bit1: Power supply voltage monitor
for control and input
Bit2: (reserved)
Bit3: Unit disconnected
Bit4: Connection error
Bit5: Configuration memory error
Bit6: System Error
Bit7: Hardware Error
Bit8: Analog value falls below user
setting lower value
Bit9: Analog value exceeds user
setting upper value
Bit10: Analog value falls below
measurement range lower
value
Bit11: Analog value exceeds
measurement range upper
value
Bit12: ON/OFF counter exceeded
Bit13: Open Circuit detection
Bit14: Short circuit detected (at
output)
Bit15: Short circuit detected (at input)
Bit0:
Digital Input fault
Bit1:
Digital Output fault
Bit2:
Analog Input fault
Bit3:
(reserved)
Bit4:
SI unit fault
Bit5:
(reserved)
Bit6:
(reserved)
Bit7:
(reserved)
Bit8:
(reserved)
Bit9:
(reserved)
Bit10: (reserved)
Bit11: (reserved)
Bit12: (reserved)
Bit13: (reserved)
Bit14: (reserved)
Bit15: (reserved)
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Attribute
ID
Access
109
Name
Type
Description / Value
Get
Number of units
USINT
160
Get
Unit Diagnostics 1
WORD
161
Get
Unit Diagnostics 2
WORD
Number of connected units
Bit0: Unit 0 Diagnostic
Bit1: Unit 1 Diagnostic
Bit2: Unit 2 Diagnostic
Bit3: Unit 3 Diagnostic
Bit4: Unit 4 Diagnostic
Bit5: Unit 5 Diagnostic
Bit6: Unit 6 Diagnostic
Bit7: Unit 7 Diagnostic
Bit8: Unit 8 Diagnostic
Bit9: Unit 9 Diagnostic
Bit10: (reserved)
Bit11: (reserved)
Bit12: (reserved)
Bit13: (reserved)
Bit14: (reserved)
Bit15: (reserved)
(reserved)
162
Get
Unit Diagnostics 3
WORD
(reserved)
163
Get
Unit Diagnostics 4
WORD
164
Get
Unit Connection 1
WORD
165
Get
Unit Connection 2
WORD
(reserved)
Bit0: Unit 0 Connection
Bit1: Unit 1 Connection
Bit2: Unit 2 Connection
Bit3: Unit 3 Connection
Bit4: Unit 4 Connection
Bit5: Unit 5 Connection
Bit6: Unit 6 Connection
Bit7: Unit 7 Connection
Bit8: Unit 8 Connection
Bit9: Unit 9 Connection
Bit10: (reserved)
Bit11: (reserved)
Bit12: (reserved)
Bit13: (reserved)
Bit14: (reserved)
Bit15: (reserved)
(reserved)
166
Get
Unit Connection 3
WORD
(reserved)
167
Get
Unit Connection 4
WORD
(reserved)
102
Get/Set
Hold / Clear
BOOL
0 = Switch, 1 = Handheld
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Generic unit Object (67h)
Instance Attribute
Attribute
ID
Access
Name
Type
102
Get
Unit Type
USINT
106
Get
Unit Diagnosi
WORD
Value
Digital Input Unit Object (6Ah)
Instance Attribute
Attribute
ID
Access
112
Get/Set Monitoring short circuit
BOOL
0=Disable
1=Enable
120
Get/Set Inrush current filter
BOOL
1=Active
0=Inactive
WORD
0 = 0.1ms
1 = 1.0ms
2 = 10ms
3 = 20ms
WORD
0 = 0.1ms
1 = 15ms
2 = 100ms
3 = 200ms
164
168
Name
Type
Get/Set Input filtering time
Get/Set Input extension time
Value
-85No.EX##-OML0007
Digital Output unit Object(6Bh)
Instance Attribute
Attribute
ID
Access
113
Get/Set Monitor short circuit
BOOL
0=Disable
1=Enable
123
Get/Set Restart after Short Circuit
BOOL
0=Disable
1=Enable
Name
Type
Description
Value
SI unit Object (6Ch)
Instance Attribute
Attribute
ID
Access
113
Get/Set Monitor short circuit
BOOL
0=Disable
1=Enable
123
Get/Set Restart after short circuit
BOOL
0=Disable
1=Enable
172
Get/Set Pwr control monitor
BOOL
0=Disable
1=Enable
173
Get/Set Pwr output monitor
BOOL
0=Disable
1=Enable
Name
Type
Description
Value
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Analog Input unit Object (6Dh)
Instance Attribute
Attribute
Access
ID
Name
Type
Value
112
Get/Set Monitor short circuit
BOOL
116
Get/Set Monitor over range
BOOL
117
Get/Set Monitor under range
BOOL
164
Get/Set Ch 0 input filter
UINT
CH0
165
Get/Set Ch 1 input filter
UINT
CH1
168
Get/Set Ch 0 range
UINT
CH0
169
Get/Set Ch 1 range
UINT
CH1
172
Get/Set Data format
USINT
0=Disable
1=Enable
0=Disable
1=Enable
0=Disable
1=Enable
0 = None
1 = 2 value average
2 = 4 value average
3 = 8 value average
0 = None
1 = 2 value average
2 = 4 value average
3 = 8 value average
0 = -10…+10V
1 = -5…+5V
2 = -20…+20mA
3 = 0…10V
4 = 0…5V
5 = 1…5V
6 = 0…20mA
7 = 4…20mA
0 = -10…+10V
1 = -5…+5V
2 = -20…+20mA
3 = 0…10V
4 = 0…5V
5 = 1…5V
6 = 0…20mA
7 = 4…20mA
0=Offset Binary
1=Sign & Magnitude
2=2’s complement
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No.EX##-OML0007
Accessories
Please refer to the catalogue for selecting the accessories.
(1)Valve Plate
Used for mounting solenoid valve manifold and SI unit.
EX600-ZMV1
(2)Metal fittings for End plate
Metal fittings used with End plate when installed on DIN rail.
EX600-ZMA2
(3)Metal fittings for the intermediate reinforcement
Metal fittings used at the intermediate position when more than 6 units are assembled.
EX600-ZMB1
EX600-ZMB2
For direct mounting
For DIN rail mounting
(4)Seal cap (10 pcs included)
Please install a seal cap in all unused input/output connectors, to maintain the
protective construction of IP67.
EX9-AWES
EX9-AWTS
For M8
For M12
(5)Marker (1 sheet, 88pcs included)
A marker to show input/output equipment signal names and unit addresses, etc. can be
inserted for each unit.
EX600-ZT1
(6)Y Junction connector
Connector used to branch off between sensor and input unit.
PCA-1557785
2×M12(3 pin)-M12(5 pin)
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(7)Assembled type connector
PCA-1558797
Power supply cable 7/8”,Plug
PCA-1558807
Power supply cable 7/8”,Socket
PCA-1557659
DeviceNet™ communication cable, Plug
PCA-1557662
DeviceNet™ communication cable, Socket
PCA-1557730
M8(3 pin),Plug
PCA-1557743
M12(4 pin),Plug ,AWG26~AWG22,SPEEDCON compatible
PCA-1557756
M12(4 pin),Plug ,AWG22~AWG18,SPEEDCON compatible
(8)Power supply cable
PCA-1558810
Cable with 7/8” connector, Socket, Straight 2m
PCA-1558823
Cable with 7/8” connector, Socket, Straight 6m
PCA-1558836
Cable with 7/8” connector, Socket, Right angle 2m
PCA-1558849
Cable with 7/8” connector, Socket, Right angle 6m
PCA-1564927
Cable with M12 connector, B Code, Socket, Straight 2m,
SPEEDCON compatible
PCA-1564930
Cable with M12 connector, B Code ,Socket ,Straight 6m,
SPEEDCON compatible
PCA-1564943
Cable with M12 connector, B Code, Socket, Right angle 2m,
SPEEDCON compatible
PCA-1564969
Cable with M12 connector, B Code, Socket, Right angle 6m,
SPEEDCON compatible
(9) DeviceNet™ communication cable
PCA-1557633
Cable with M12 connector cable, A Code, Socket, Straight 5m,
SPEEDCON compatible
PCA-1557646
Cable with M12 connector, A Code, Plug, Straight 5m,
SPEEDCON compatible
(10)Connector extension cable
PCA-1557769
M12(4pin),Straight 3m
PCA-1557772
M8(3pin),Straight 3m
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Note: Specifications are subject to change without prior notice and any obligation on the part of the manufacturer.
DeviceNet™ is a trademark of ODVA
The descriptions of products shown in this document may be used by the other companies as their trademarks.
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