This guide contains a variety of safety symbols for safe and correct operation of this unit. Please read this installation guide and any related manuals carefully to fully understand how to correctly use this unit's functions. Safety Symbols This guide uses the following symbols for important information related to the safe and correct operation of this unit. Please pay attention to these symbols and follow all instructions given. Caution • Communication cables or I/O signal lines must be wired separately from the main circuit (high-voltage, high-current) line, high-frequency lines such as inverter lines, and the power cord. Otherwise, a malfunction may occur due to noise. • This unit must be properly installed according to directions in the Installation Guide and User Manual. Improper installation may cause the unit to malfunction, or operate incorrectly. • This unit must be properly wired according to directions in the Installation Guide and User Manual. Improper wiring may cause a unit malfunction, failure or electric shock. • Do not allow foreign substances, including chips, wire pieces, water, or liquids to enter inside this unit's case. Otherwise, a malfunction, failure, electric shock, or fire may occur. • When disposing of this unit, it should be disposed of according to your country’s industrial waste disposal laws. A hazardous situation that will result in death or major Danger equipment damage if instructions are not followed. A potentially hazardous situation that could result in death Warning or major equipment damage if instructions are not followed. A potentially hazardous situation that could result in minor Caution injury or equipment damage if instructions are not followed. Specifications 3 Electrical (Control Section) Rated Voltage DC24V Input Voltage DC20.4 to DC28.8V Allowable Voltage Drop Up to 10ms (power supply: DC24V) In-Rash Current 30A or less Power Consumption 7.2W or less AC1500V 10mA 1minute (between input/output and FG terminals) AC500V 1minute (between power supply 1st level and 2nd level) 10M Ω or more at DC500V (between charging and FG terminals) Voltage Endurance Insulation Resistance (via noise simulator) Flex Network 4 Channel Digital/Analog Conversion Unit (FN-DA04AH11) • Whenever installing, dismantling, wiring, and conducting maintenance or inspections, be sure to disconnect power to this unit to prevent the possibility of electric shock or fire. • Do not disassemble or modify this unit, since it may lead to an electric shock or fire. • Do not use this unit in an environment that contains flammable gases since it may cause an explosion. • Do not use this unit in an environment with conditions outside of the ranges specified in this Installation Guide and in the User Manual. Otherwise, an electric shock, fire, malfunction or other failure may occur. • Because of the possibility of an electric shock or malfunction, do not touch the power terminals while the unit is operating. Safety Precautions 4-Channel Analog Unit Wiring The driver for the Flex Network Unit is required in order to use the unit. For GLC2000 Series and LT Series, You can select the Flex Network Driver via GP-PRO/PBIII C-Package (ProControl Editor) or LT Editor. If the selection of the appropriate unit's name does not appear in the [I/O Configuration] - [I/O Unit Settings] area, you will need to update the driver file. You can download the latest driver from Pro-face's Home Page. For GP3000 Series, You can select the Flex Network Driver via GP-Pro EX as an I/O driver. Also, you can download the driver and the Flex Network Analog Unit User Manual from Pro-face's web site. (http://www.pro-face.com/) 4 Use a screwdriver to push the attachment hook down and release the unit. Then, pull the unit forward and off the rail. Rating IP30 Resolution Number of Output Channel Conversion Time Output Range Output Range Switch Calibration Function Accuracy Insulation Method Conversion Timing 12 bit 4ch (fixed) Up to 2 miliseconds 0V to 5V (Impedance 1KΩ) 1V to 5V (Impedance 1KΩ) 0V to 10V (Impedance 1KΩ) -5V to 5V (Impedance 1KΩ) -10V to 10V (Impedance 1KΩ) 0mA to 20mA (Impedance 400Ω) 4mA to 20mA (Impedance 400Ω) Depends on rotary switch settings Offset, Gain setting Setting the upper limit value / lower limit value for each range via switch 0.3% / FS (25°C) 0.5% / FS (0°C to 55°C) Photocoupler insulation (output terminals / between internal circuits) Convert all channels at all time (not selectable) Current Input Device D/A Conversion V+ Voltage Input Unit FG D/A Conversion I+ AG Current Input Unit FG 50 [1.97] CH1- DA CH2- DA CH3- DA CH4- DA Calibration Lower / Upper Limit Lower / Upper Limit Lower / Upper Limit Lower / Upper Limit Disabled (*1) Create installation screw holes for installing the unit using the dimensions given below. Secure the analog unit in place with M4 size screws. Screw torque should be 1.0 to 1.3 N•m. 158.0+1.5 (6.22+0.06) (Unit: mm [in.]) 5 Range SW Setting 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 to F Values Setting Values Setting Values Setting Values Setting *1 : The factory setting is “0”. Range 0V ~ 5V (*1) 1V to 5V 0V ~ 10V -5V ~ 5V -10V ~ 10V 0 ~ 20mA 4 ~ 20mAV Disabled *1 : The factory setting is “0 (0 to 5V)”. Switch Settings Examples of S-No. (station no.) settings SW1 .......... N-Non Hold H-Hold SW2 .......... 6 - 6 Mbps, 12 - 12 Mbps SW3, 4 ..... UP - ON (1) Down - OFF (0) Arrow tip .... Setting values (0 to F) Distributor Dip Switch SW3 SW4 S-No. (Station no.) Switch OFF(0) ON(1) 0 ON(1) ON(1) F S-No. 10h(16) 3Fh(63) Pro-face Order Code FN-CABLE2010-31-MS FN-CABLE2050-31-MS FN-CABLE2200-31-MS Shield wire (SLD) 158.0+1.5 (6.22+0.06) • The analog unit's power supply should be separated from the sensor's power supply to prevent the unit from being affected by external noise. • Use two FG terminals with 4 channels, and use one FG terminal with 2 channels. Table 2 Select SW Setting 1 2 3 4 0, 5 to F White (TR-) 2-M4 Current Output Bottom View A: Dip Switches .......................... Set communication speeds and S-No. (first digit). B: S-No. (station no.) Switch ...... Sets S-No. (last digit). C: Terminator .............................. Switches termination ON/OFF. Turns ON the units at both ends of the communication cable. D: Status LED ............................. Indicates the unit's current status. E: Calibration Select Switch ........ Selects a calibration setting. Refer to “Table 1”. F: Calibration Perform Switch ..... Pushing this swith performs the calibration of the DA output’s lower limit value (MIN), and upper limit value (MAX). G: Range Switch ......................... Switches a range setting. Refer to “Table 2”. H: DIN Rail Attachment Hook .... is used to attach the unit to a DIN rail Blue (TR+) Push down Installing the unit in a Panel AG Side View Factory (Default) settings : Communication speed - 6 Mbps S-No. (station no.) - 0 Output Hold - Non Hold Be sure that the top and bottom faces of the unit are facing the correct direction and the unit is installed in a vertical position. Incorrect installation may prevent heat from dissipating. Ch 1 output voltage terminals ...................................................... V1+, AG1, FG Ch 1 output current terminals ....................................................... I1+, AG1, FG Voltage Output Flat-head screwdriver Digital/Analog conversion unit Output Circuit Drawing Output Front View Length 10m 50m 200m When preparing the cable wire ends: - Cover shielded wires with shield tape or with an insulation tube. - Use insulated crimp terminals. - If you use a pressure connection terminal without insulation, cover it with a shield tape or an insulation tube. Cover uninsulated crimp termials with shield tape or a tube-type insulation. DIN rail 41.0+0.3 [1.61+0.01] 30% RH to 95% RH (non-condensation) level RH-1 G The Flex Network interface and the analog unit, or all distributed analog units, are connected using a cross wiring system. (T-type systems cannot be used.) Pro-face suggests the following communication cables. Removal Installation Hook the analog unit's top face groove over the top edge of the DIN rail. Next, push the bottom of the I/O unit forward until the attachment hook clicks into place on the DIN rail. 0°C to 55°C Voltage Input Device H Communication Cable Installation Installing the unit on a 35 mm DIN Rail: The left drawing explains the connection using ch1 and ch3 as – row. Each channel can be used connecting to voltage input units, or current input units. -25°C to +70°C C A B D F E OFF .... Termination OFF ON ...... Termination ON Environmental Ambient Operating Temperature Ambient Storage Temperature Ambient Humidity (Unit: mm [in.]) 168 [6.61] Table 1 This section explains the Flex Network 4 Channel Digital/Analog Conversion Unit Connection and Circuit Drawings. DC24V Flex Network 4 Channel Digital/Analog Conversion Unit Installation Guide (this guide) Driver & Manual 41.0+0.3 [1.61+0.01] 2 Package Contents Warning This section shows the external dimensions of the digital/analog conversion unit, part names and part settings. Wiring This section describes both the cables and crimp terminals used for wiring each type of cable. The terminal screw torque should be 0.6 to 1.0 N•m. 3.8[0.15] or less 6.0[0.24] or less Thank you for purchasing Pro-face's "Flex Network 4 Channel Digital/ Analog Conversion Unit" (FN-DA04AH11). To ensure correct use of this unit's functions and features, be sure to carefully read both this Installation Guide and the Flex Network Analog Unit User Manual. Flex Network 4 Channel Digital/Analog Conversion Unit" (FN-DA04AH11) is not CE marked, UL/c-UL (CSA) listed products. External Dimensions / Part Names 50 [1.97] • An emergency stop circuit and an interlock circuit should be constructed outside of this unit. Constructing these circuits inside this unit may cause a runaway situation, system failure, or an accident due to unit failure. • Systems using this unit should be designed so that output signals which could cause a serious accident are monitored from outside the unit. • This unit is designed to be a general-purpose device for general industries, and is neither designed nor produced to be used with equipment or systems in potentially life-threatening conditions. If you are considering using this unit for special uses, including nuclear power control devices, electric power devices, aerospace equipment, medical life support equipment, or transportation vehicles, please contact your local Flex Network distributor. Flex Network 4 Channel Digital/Analog Conversion Unit Installation Guide 1 To Prevent Unit Damage • Do not store or operate this unit in either direct sunlight or excessively dusty or dirty environments. • Since this unit is a precision instrument, do not store or use it in locations where excessive shocks or vibration may occur. • Do not block this unit's ventilation holes, or operate it in an environment that may cause it to overheat. • Do not operate this unit in locations where sudden temperature changes can cause condensation to form inside the unit. • Do not use paint thinner or organic solvents to clean this unit. 6 [0.24] Danger (Unit: mm [in.]) 5.2[0.20] or longer φ3.2[φ0.13] or larger Power Cable • Cable diameter can be up to 1.25 mm2. Be sure to twist all wire ends before attaching crimp terminals. • Use the same type crimp terminals as used for the communication cable. Analog Output Cable • Cable diameter can be up to 0.9 mm2. (CPEV-S φ up to 0.9mm - 2 core, shielded) • Use the same type crimp terminals as used for the communication cable. Confirm that all I/O unit terminal screws are securely tightened, even they are not used. Note Please be aware that Digital Electronics Corporation shall not be held liable by the user for any damages, losses,or third party claims arising from the uses of this product. Digital Electronics Corporation 8-2-52 Nanko-higashi Suminoe-ku, Osaka 559-0031 JAPAN Tel: +81-(0)6-6613-1101 Fax: +81-(0)6-6613-5888 URL: http://www.proface.co.jp/ ©Copyright 2000 Digital Electronics Corporation. All rights reserved.
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