R3-NL2 L W INTERFACE MODULE

R3-NL2
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
LONWORKS INTERFACE MODULE
R3-NL2
MODEL
BEFORE USE ....
INSTALLATION
Thank you for choosing M-System. Before use, please check
the contents of the package you received as outlined below.
If you have any problems or questions with the product,
please contact M-System’s Sales Office or representatives.
Use the Installation Base Model R3-BSx, or Model R3-BSWx
for free I/O address capability.
■ PACKAGE INCLUDES:
Network interface module .......................................... (1)
Neuron ID label .......................................................... (2)
■ MODEL NO.
Check that model No. described on the specification label is
exactly what you ordered.
Before mounting the Network Interface Module onto the
Base, be sure to configure the module as explained below.
■ DATA ALLOCATION
The setting determines the data area size assigned to each I/
O module mounted on the base.
■ NETWORK SLOTS ON THE BASE
I/O 1
I/O 2
I/O n
■ INSTRUCTION MANUAL
This manual describes necessary points of caution when you
use this product, including installation, connection and basic
maintenance procedures.
POINTS OF CAUTION
■ POWER INPUT RATINGS
• Operational range & power consumption: Check the power
rating for the unit on the specification label.
Rating 100 – 120V AC: 85 – 132V, 47 – 66 Hz, approx. 20VA
Rating 200 – 240V AC: 170 – 264V, 47 – 66 Hz, approx. 20VA
Rating 24V DC: 24V ±10%, approx. 12W
■ UNPLUGGING THE UNIT
• Before you remove the unit from its base or mount it, turn
off the power supply for safety.
■ ENVIRONMENT
• Indoor use
• When heavy dust or metal particles are present in the air,
install the unit inside proper housing with sufficient ventilation.
• Do not install the unit where it is subjected to continuous
vibration. Do not subject the unit to physical impact.
• Environmental temperature must be within -10 to +55°C
(14 to 131°F) with relative humidity within 30 to 90% RH in
order to ensure adequate life span and operation.
With Model R3-BSx base, mount the I/O Modules from the
left end (I/O 1) to the right in order that the Network Module
assigns data areas from I/O 1.
Network Module(s) and Power Module are mounted basically
at the right end though technically they could be mounted in
any position.
With Model R3-BSWx base, there is no limitation in mounting positions as I/O address can be assigned freely to each
module using rotary switches equipped on the base.
■ WIRING
• Do not install cables (power supply, input and output) close
to noise sources (relay drive cable, high frequency line, etc.).
• Do not bind these cables together with those in which noises
are present. Do not install them in the same duct.
■ AND ....
• The unit is designed to function as soon as power is
supplied, however, a warm up for 10 minutes is required for
satisfying complete performance described in the data sheet.
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COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
■FRONT VIEW
■SIDE VIEW
ONLINE LED
RUN LED
SERVICE LED
Functions & Data Allocation
Setting
SERVICE SW
ERR LED
RESET SW
SW3
1
2
3
4
5
Configuration Jack
Terminal Block
4
3
2
1
ON
1
4
5
2
SW2
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
SW1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
ON
3
ON
6
■STATUS INDICATOR LED
RUN indicator: Bi-color (green/red) LED; Green ON in
communications with another device on-line
or changing the output data (turns off after
25 seconds of no communication)
ERR indicator: Bi-color (green/red) LED; Green ON in
normal status; Green flashes when the APB
file is not adequately imported; Green/Orange
ON in turn in an abnormality.
ONLINE indicator: Red LED
ON:
Off-line or no network information (decommissioned)
Flashing in approx. 0.5 Hz: On-line (ready to communicate network variables)
Flashing in approx. 5 Hz for 12 sec: Wink message
received
SERVICE indicator: Green LED
OFF:
Normal operations
Flashing in approx. 0.5 Hz: No network information
ON:
Internal program error
■SIDE DIP SW
•Data Allocation: SW1, SW2
Data Allocation Type* must be assigned to each I/O
module position to specify how many data areas (four
types) are to be occupied by each.
Two bits from SW1 and SW2 are assigned to each position,
and data areas can be specified from the module No. 1
through 8. Setting for No. 9 and later modules is identical
to No. 8.
SW ASSIGNMENT
MODULE NO.
SW1-1
SW1-2
1
SW1-3
SW1-4
2
SW1-5
SW1-6
3
SW1-7
SW1-8
4
SW2-1
SW2-2
5
SW2-3
SW2-4
6
SW2-5
SW2-6
7
SW2-7
SW2-8
8
SW SETTTING
DATA ALLOCATION
OFF
OFF
1
4
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
8
ON
ON
16
*Refer to the specifications of the related series for the
Data Allocation Type of I/O modules.
•Input Error Data: SW3
Hold: When the communication from an input module is lost
due to the input module error, the network module holds the
signal and stands by until the communication recovers.
Set to ‘0’: When the communication from an input module is
lost due to the input module error, the network module outputs ‘0.’
SW
SW3-2
INPUT ERROR DATA
HOLD (*)
SET ‘0’
OFF
ON
(*) Factory setting
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TERMINAL CONNECTIONS
Connect the unit as in the diagrams below.
■ DIMENSIONS mm (inch)
27.5 (1.08)
109 (4.29)
130 (5.12)
POSITIONING
GUIDE
1
4
5
6
2
6.2
(.24)
6–M3
SCREW
3
TERMINAL
COVER
■ CONNECTION DIAGRAM
WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
1
2
3
4
5
BUS CONNECTOR
LON
*POWER INPUT
■ SOLDERLESS TERMINAL mm (inch)
Refer to the drawing below for recommended ring tongue
terminal size. Spade tongue type is also applicable. Solderless
terminals with insulation sleeve do not fit. Applicable wire
size: 0.75 – 1.25 mm2
INTERNAL POWER
3 (.12) max.
U (+) 2
V (–) 3
3.2 (.13) dia.
12 (.47) max.
FG 6
CONFIGURATION JACK
4 min.
(.16)
6 max.
(.24)
RUN + 1
RUN CONTACT OUTPUT
RUN – 4
INTERNAL
COMM. BUS
JACK
*Not provided with ‘No Power Supply’ type module.
COMMUNICATION CABLE CONNECTIONS
HOST PC
R3-NL2
R3-NL2
LON
LON
LON
Terminator
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I/O COMBINATIONS
A dedicated Device File for each I/O device depending upon I/O combinations is required to set up the R3-NL2 using an
integration tool such as Lon Maker.
On-line download is available for Device Image files at http://www.m-system.co.jp/.
Functional Blocks usable for respective files are not identical to all. Refer to the table below.
■ANALOG INPUT / OUTPUT
NO. of DATA
NETWORK VARIABLE
INPUT OUTPUT
56
0
SNVT_lev_percent
0
56
SNVT_lev_percent
32
24
SNVT_lev_percent
■TEMPERATURE INPUT (°C)
NO. of DATA
NETWORK VARIABLE
INPUT OUTPUT
56
0
SNVT_temp
56
0
SNVT_temp_p
■DISCRETE INPUT / OUTPUT
NO. of DATA
NETWORK VARIABLE
INPUT OUTPUT
56
0
SNVT_switch
0
56
SNVT_switch
32
24
SNVT_switch
■TOTALIZED PULSE INPUT / OUTPUT
NO. of DATA
NETWORK VARIABLE
INPUT OUTPUT
56
0
SNVT_count
0
56
SNVT_count
32
24
SNVT_count
DEVICE IMAGE
USABLE FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS
R3NL2_LVI56_103.XIF
R3NL2_LVI56_103.APB
R3NL2_LVO56_103.XIF
R3NL2_LVO56_103.APB
R3NL2_LVI32O24_104.XIF
R3NL2_LVI32O24_104.APB
NodeObject
NL2LVIn
NodeObject
NL2LVOut
NodeObject
NL2LVIO
DEVICE IMAGE
USABLE FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS
R3NL2_TI56_103.XIF
R3NL2_TI56_103.APB
R3NL2_TPI56_103.XIF
R3NL2_TPI56_103.APB
DEVICE IMAGE
NodeObject
NL2TIn
NodeObject
NL2TPIn
USABLE FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS
R3NL2_SWI56_103.XIF
R3NL2_SWI56_103.APB
R3NL2_SWO56_103.XIF
R3NL2_SWO56_103.APB
R3NL2_SWI32O24_103.XIF
R3NL2_SWI32O24_103.APB
NodeObject
NL2SWIn
NodeObject
NL2SWOut
NodeObject
NL2SWIO
DEVICE IMAGE
USABLE FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS
R3NL2_CI56_103.XIF
R3NL2_CI56_103.APB
R3NL2_CO56_104.XIF
R3NL2_CO56_104.APB
R3NL2_CI32CO24_103.XIF
R3NL2_CI32CO24_103.APB
NodeObject
NL2CIn
NodeObject
NL2COut
NodeObject
NL2CInOut
■TOTALIZED PULSE INPUT / DISCRETE INPUT / DISCRETE OUTPUT
NO. of DATA
TOTAL. PULSE
DISCRETE
NETWORK VARIABLE
DEVICE IMAGE
INPUT
INPUT OUTPUT
16
16
16
SNVT_count
R3NL2_CI16SWI16SWO16_103.XIF
SNVT_switch
R3NL2_CI16SWI16SWO16_103.APB
XIF File: Device Interface File (external interface)
APB File: Downloadable Application Image File (program for NeuronChip)
USABLE
FUNCTIONAL
BLOCKS
NodeObject
NL2CISWIO
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FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS
■ NODE OBJECT
NodeObject
NVI 0
nviRequest
SNVT_obj_request
NVO 1
nvoStatus
SNVT_obj_status
NVO 2
nvoCardState
SNVT_state
Each module status
NVO 3
nvoCardErr
SNVT_state
Each module's error status
NVO 4
nvoCommErr
SNVT_count
Number of internal
communication errors
NVO 5
nvoFileDirectory
SNVT_address
Configuration Properties
cpMaxSendTime : SCPTmaxSendTime
cpMinSendTime : SCPTminSendTime
Input data sending intervals
Input data minimum sending intervals
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■ANALOG I/O FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS
NL2LVIn
NVO 6
nvoLV01
SNVT_lev_percent
:
:
NVO 61
56 variables
nvoLV56
SNVT_lev_percent
NL2LVOut
nviLV01
SNVT_lev_percent
NVI 6
56 variables
:
:
NVI 61
nviLV56
SNVT_lev_percent
NL2LVIO
NVI 6
24 variables
:
NVI 29
nviLV01
SNVT_lev_percent
:
nviLV24
SNVT_lev_percent
NVO 30
:
NVO 61
nvoLV01
SNVT_lev_percent
:
32 variables
nvoLV32
SNVT_lev_percent
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■TEMPERATURE INPUT FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS
NL2TIn
NVO 6
:
nvoT01
SNVT_temp
:
NVO 61
nvoT56
SNVT_temp
NVO 6
nvoTP01
SNVT_temp_p
56 variables
NL2TPIn
:
NVO 61
:
56 variables
nvoTP56
SNVT_temp_p
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■DISCRETE I/O FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS
NL2SWIn
NVO 6
nvoSW01
SNVT_switch
:
:
NVO 61
56 variables
nvoSW56
SNVT_switch
NL2SWOut
nviSW01
SNVT_switch
NVI 6
56 variables
:
:
NVI 61
nviSW56
SNVT_switch
NL2SWIO
NVI 6
24 variables
:
NVI 29
nviSW01
SNVT_switch
:
nviSW24
SNVT_switch
NVO 30
:
NVO 61
nvoSW01
SNVT_switch
:
32 variables
nvoSW32
SNVT_switch
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■TOTALIZED PULSE I/O FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS
NL2CIn
NVO 6
nvoC01
SNVT_count
:
:
NVO 61
56 variables
nvoC56
SNVT_count
NL2COut
nviC01
SNVT_count
NVI 6
56 variables
:
:
NVI 61
nviC56
SNVT_count
NL2CInOut
NVI 6
24 variables
:
NVI 29
nviC01
SNVT_count
:
nviC24
SNVT_count
NVO 30
:
NVO 61
nvoC01
SNVT_count
:
32 variables
nvoC32
SNVT_count
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■TOTALIZED PULSE INPUT / DISCRETE I/O FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS
NL2CISWIO
NVO 24
:
NVI 7
16 variables
:
NVI 23
nviSW01
SNVT_switch
:
nviSW16
SNVT_switch
nvoC01
SNVT_count
:
NVO 39
nvoC16
SNVT_count
NVO 40
nvoSW01
SNVT_switch
:
NVO 55
:
16 variables
16 variables
nvoSW16
SNVT_switch
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■NodeObject FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS
NETWORK
VARIABLE
nviRequest
TYPE
{Range}
{Default}
SNVT_obj_request
{Usable RQ
RQ_NORMAL
RQ_REPORT_MASK
RQ_UPDATE_STATUS}
nvoStatus
nvoFileDirectory
nvoCommErr
nvoCardStatus
nvoCardErr
CONFIGURATION
PROPERTY
cpMaxSendTime
cpMinSendTime
SNVT_address
SNVT_count
{0-65535}
{0}
SNVT_state
{0 or 1}
{0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0}
SNVT_state
{0 or 1}
{0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0}
TYPE
{Range}
{Default}
SCPTmaxSendTime
{0.0-6653.4}
{5.0}
SCPTminSendTime
{0.0-6653.4}
{0.1}
EXPLANATIONS
Used for integration tools such as LonMaker.
Used for integration tools such as LonMaker.
• nviRequest RQ_NORMAL
0 is set at nvoStatus.
• nviRequest RQ_REPORT_MASK
report_mask bit is set at nvoStatus.
• nviRequest RQ_UPDATE_STATUE
0 is set at nvoStatus.
• 1 is set at invalid_id when any value other than the above
three types is set at nviRequest.
Used for integration tools such as LonMaker.
Counted in internal communication errors.
Reset to 0 after the count has reached 65535.
Indicates that I/O modules are mounted in each slot.
bit 0 through bit 15 are applied for slot 1 through 16.
0 : Not mounted 1 : Mounted
Indicates error status for each module/slot.
Bit 0 through bit 15 are applied for slot 1 through 16.
0 : Normal 1 : Error
EXPLANATIONS
Sending time intervals of input network variables. (Power
restarting required)
Network variables are sent out in this time intervals even
when there is no change in input signals. Default setting 0.0
with the R3NL2_LVI32024_104.XIF (No sending out unless a
change is detected.)
Minimum sending time intervals of input network variables.
(Power restarting required)
This minimum time intervals is maintained even when the
input signals changes faster than it. Default setting 1.0
with the R3NL2_LVI32024_104.XIF
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■OTHER FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS (NL2LVIn, NL2LVOut, NL2LVIO, NR2TIn, NTlTPIn, NL2SWIn, NL2SWOut, NL2SWIO,
NL2CIn, NL2COut, NL2CInOut, NL2CISWIO)
NETWORK
VARIABLE
nvoLV01 thr.
nvoLV56
nviLV01 thr.
nviLV56
nvoT01 thr.
nvoT56
nvoTP01 thr.
nvoTP56
nvoSW01 thr.
nvoSW56
nviSW01 thr.
nviSW56
nvoC01 thr.
nvoC56
nviC01 thr.
nviC56
TYPE
{Range}
{Default}
SNVT_lev_percent
{-163.85 through 163.830}
{0.0}
SNVT_lev_percent
{-163.85 through 163.830}
{0.0}
SNVT_temp
{-274.0 through 3002.7}
{0.0}
SNVT_temp_p
{-273.17 through 327.66}
{0.0}
SNVT_switch
{0.0,0} or {100.0,1}
{0.0,0}
SNVT_switch
{0.0,0} or {100.0,1}
{0.0,0}
SNVT_count
{0 through 65535}
{0}
SNVT_count
{0 through 65535}
{0}
EXPLANATIONS
Data for analog input modules.
Data for analog output modules.
Data for temperature input modules.
Data for temperature input modules.
ON/OFF data for discrete input modules.
OFF : {0.0,0}
ON : {100.0,1}
ON/OFF data for discrete output modules.
OFF : {0.0,0}
ON : {100.0,1}
Data for totalized pulse input modules.
Data for totalized pulse output modules.
TRANSMISSION DATA ASSIGNMENTS
■ANALOG INPUT / OUTPUT
The DIP SW located at the side of the module specifies each I/O module's data allocation (occupied data area).
[Example 1]
Seven (7) of 8-point analog input module: Use APB: R3NL2_LVI56.
Position
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Module 6
Module 7
Module 8
Module 9
Module Type
R3-SV8S
R3-SV8S
R3-SV8S
R3-SV8S
R3-SV8S
R3-SV8S
R3-SV8S
R3-NL2-N
R3-PS3-R
Data Area
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Network Variable
nvoLV01 through nvoLV08
nvoLV09 through nvoLV16
nvoLV17 through nvoLV24
nvoLV25 through nvoLV32
nvoLV33 through nvoLV40
nvoLV41 through nvoLV48
nvoLV49 through nvoLV56
The same principle is applied to Analog Output (R3NL2-LVO56) or Temperature Input (R3NL2_T56, R3NL2_TP56).
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■DISCRETE INPUT / OUTPUT
One (1) data area can handle 16 points of discrete signals.
[Example 2]
Four (4) of 16-point discrete input module: Use R3NL2_SWI56.
Position
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Module 6
Module Type
R3-DA16S
R3-DA16S
R3-DA16S
R3-DA16S
R3-NL2-N
R3-PS1-R
Data Area
1
1
1
1
Network Variable
nvoSW01 through nvoSW16
nvoSW17 through nvoSW32
nvoSW33 through nvoSW48
nvoSW49 through nvoSW56
Channels 9 through 16 of the Module 4 are not transmitted.
■MIXED I/O
Network Variables for the input channels are assigned first, and then those for the output channels are assigned to the next
module position.
[Example 3]
Four (4) of 8-point analog input module and three (3) of 8-point analog output: Use APB: R3NL2_LVI32O24.
Position
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Module 6
Module 7
Module 8
Module 9
Module Type
R3-SV8S
R3-SV8S
R3-SV8S
R3-SV8S
R3-YV8S
R3-YV8S
R3-YV8S
R3-NL2-N
R3-PS3-R
Data Area
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Network Variable
nvoLV01 through nvoLV08
nvoLV09 through nvoLV16
nvoLV17 through nvoLV24
nvoLV25 through nvoLV32
nviLV01 through nviLV08
nviLV09 through nviLV16
nviLV17 through nviLV24
■TOTALIZED PULSE INPUT / DISCRETE I/O
Network Variables for the discrete input channels are assigned first, and then those for the totalized pulse input channels are
assigned to the next module position. Finally those for the discrete output channels are assigned to the following module
position. The I/O modules must be assigned as in the fllowing example. Adequate operation is not guaranteed in any other
configuration.
[Example 4]
One (1) of 16-point totalized pulse input module, one (1) of 16-point discrete input module, and one (1) of 16-point discrete
output: Use APB: R3NL2_R3NL2_CI16SWI16SWO16.
Position
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Module Type
R3-DA16S
R3-PA16S
R3-DC16S
R3-NL2-N
R3-PS1-R
Data Area
1
16
1
Network Variable
nvoSW01 through nvoSW16
nvoC01 through nvoC16
nviSW01 through nviSW16
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