CPM2A, CPM2C Group Catalogue

CPM2A, CPM2C Group Catalogue

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Note: Specifications subject to change without notice.

Cat. No. P049-E1-10

Printed in Japan

0306-1M

More Powerful

Micro PLCs

A d v a n c e d M i c r o P L C s

Programmable Controllers

Downsize Control Panels with the CPM2C

U l t r a - s l i m M i c r o P L C s

Programmable Controllers

New Units Added to Series

Expansion I/O Unit

Analog I/O Unit

Advanced Functions and High Performance in a Very Small Package.

Improved Capabilities and Higher Added Value for the Food Packaging Industry, Distribution Industry, and Compact Equipment Manufacturers

The CPM2A and CPM2C Provide a Wide Variety of Functions for

More Advanced Systems.

High-speed counters easily measure high-speed workpieces.

Synchronized pulse control provides easy timing adjustments.

High-speed processing with a high-speed scan and highspeed interrupts.

An OMRON Programmable Terminal is easily connected to provide visual confirmation of machine operation.

Pulse outputs handle a variety of basic positioning applications.

Achieve distributed control and analog control.

Surprisingly Low Prices

The CPM2C adds value to equipment by providing advanced functions and high performance at very reasonable prices.

Compact Design - Fits into Just

About Any Space

Machinery downsizing is aided by the reduced PLC space requirements in the control panel or machine.

Advanced Micro PLCs Ultra-slim Micro PLCs

Programmable Controllers Programmable Controllers

Food Packaging Industry

Food Packaging Equipment

Downsizing and Multifunctional

Capabilities for Small-scale

Food Packaging Equipment

The CPM2A and CPM2C are equipped with advanced functions such as synchronized control and high-speed processing

(quick-response inputs, interrupts, a 1-ms timer, and improved scanning speed), allowing faster line speeds as well as multi-product/small-lot production.

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Contents

Applications

CPM2A Line-up

CPM2C Line-up

CPM2A Communications

CPM2C Communications

Programming

Field Network

CPM2A Specifications

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CPM2A Dimensions

CPM2C Specifications

CPM2C Dimensions

Functions

Instructions

CPM2A Ordering Guide

CPM2C Ordering Guide

CPM2C Peripheral Devices

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Synchronized Control

Synchronized pulse control multiplies the frequency of a pulse input by a preset scaling factor and generates a synchronized pulse output at that frequency. The scaling factor can be changed from the ladder program, so packaging can continue while adjusting the feed rate of packaging film or the position of labels.

Inverter

Encoder

High-speed Processing

High-speed processing includes the 50-µs quick-response inputs, improved scan time (up to 500 program steps in 1 ms), and interrupts. Improved processing can increase productivity; for example, the timing between detection of a label mark and detection of the product can be adjusted.

Detection of Label Marks on

High-speed Label Sheets

E3X-H

High-speed Sensor

Servo

Main motor

High-speed Counters

Measuring string length.

The CPM2A and CPM2C support one-axis high-speed counters (20- kHz single-phase or 5-kHz twophase) and four-axis high-speed counters (2-kHz single-phase only). The length of workpieces such as cardboard or string can be measured at high speed.

Measure cardboard length.

Measure string length.

Analog Control

Analog control is possible using the Analog I/O Unit.

Input from pressure sensors.

Output to inverters.

Interfaces with a wide range of devices.

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Distribution Industry

Conveyor Belts

Faster and More Flexible Conveyor Operation

The CPM2A allows line additions, faster operation, and reduced system startup time.

For efficient distributed line control, the CPM2A provides the following Units:

CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit (8 input and 8 output links)

DeviceNet I/O Link Unit (32 input and 32 output links)

And the CPM2C provides the following Units:

CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit (8 input and 8 output links)

DeviceNet Programmable Slave (512 input and 512 output links)

With distributed control, the production line can be converted to modular systems for reduced startup time and higher line speeds.

Distributed Processing

Distributed control with the CompoBus/S and DeviceNet will reduce startup time and increase line speed.

Other Industries

Built-in Applications in Industries Other Than FA

Supports Programmable Terminal Connections

The CPM2A and CPM2C provide a built-in RS-232C port to easily connect a Programmable Terminal for visual confirmation of operating conditions and debugging.

A Programming Console can also be connected to program and monitor the CPM2A/CPM2C.

CPM2A

PT

Monitoring and Controlling Temperature

Mount a Temperature Sensor Unit to monitor and control temperatures using PID instruction operands and ON/OFF output signals sent with the PWM instruction. Use in combination with a PT for simple temperature monitoring and setting.

Raw Waste Processing Equipment

(Processing Garbage from Meal Centers)

PT

CPM2C

Programming

Console

Peripheral port

RS-232C port

CPM2C

Temperature

Sensor Unit

CPM2C

-CIF01-V1

CPM2C

CPU Unit

Programming

Console

PT

Example: Small Shrink-wrap Machine

PWM and other outputs

Temperature input

Position Control Functions

Adjust the Servomotor's feed rate.

Supports a one-axis pulse output

(10 kHz) with trapezoidal acceleration and deceleration and two-axis simple pulse output.

Material output (fixed quantity output)

Adds a fixed quantity of the product.

Material movement

Built-in Clock

The internal clock and LONG TIMER instruction (with an SV of up to 99,990 seconds (27 hours, 46 minutes, and

30 seconds)) provide more effective data management.

Connections to Components

Data transfer between components and the CPM2C is easily achieved with the

CPM2C-CIF21 Simple Communications Unit and a few initial settings.

Small Reflow Furnaces or Food Packaging Machines

Operations, including temperature settings, line speed, and inverter settings, can be easily made from a Programming Terminal (PT).

Setting and temperatures can be controlled.

PT or computer

RS232C

RS485

3G3JV

Inverter for conveyor control

CPM2C

CPU Unit

Temperature

Sensor

Monitoring is possible next to the heaters.

Compensation leads can be shorter.

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90mm

90mm

90mm

Easily Upgrade Machinery and E quipment

A variety of models are available to satisfy customer requirements for efficient machinery and production lines.

There are twelve models of CPU Unit with various combinations of power supplies (AC or DC), outputs (relay or transistor), and I/O points (20, 30, 40, or 60).

Choose the model that matches your application.

Expansion I/O Units are easy to connect to increase the number of I/O points.

AC Power Supply

Depth: 90 mm

20

I/O Points

30

I/O Points

CPU Unit with

Relay Outputs

CPM2A-20CDR-A

12 input points

8 output points

130 mm

40

I/O Points

150 mm

60

I/O Points

130 mm

CPU Unit with

Relay Outputs

CPM2A-30CDR-A

18 input points

12 output points

CPU Unit with

Relay Outputs

CPM2A-40CDR-A

24 input points

16 output points

CPU Unit with

Relay Outputs

CPM2A-60CDR-A

36 input points

24 output points

DC Power Supply

Depth: 55 mm

CPU Unit with

Relay Outputs

CPM2A-20CDR-D

CPU Units with

Transistor Outputs

CPM2A-20CDT-D (Sinking)

CPM2A-20CDT1-D (Sourcing)

12 input points

8 output points

CPU Unit with

Relay Outputs

CPM2A-30CDR-D

CPU Units with

Transistor Outputs

CPM2A-30CDT-D (Sinking)

CPM2A-30CDT1-D (Sourcing)

18 input points

12 output points

CPU Unit with

Relay Outputs

CPM2A-40CDR-D

CPU Units with

Transistor Outputs

CPM2A-40CDT-D (Sinking)

CPM2A-40CDT1-D (Sourcing)

24 input points

16 output points

CPU Unit with

Relay Outputs

CPM2A-60CDR-D

CPU Units with

Transistor Outputs

CPM2A-60CDT-D (Sinking)

CPM2A-60CDT1-D (Sourcing)

36 input points

24 output points

Model Numbers

Name

CPU Units with

Relay Outputs

(Built-in

RS-232C port)

Model number

CPM2A-20CDR-A

CPM2A-20CDR-D

CPM2A-30CDR-A

CPM2A-30CDR-D

CPM2A-40CDR-A

CPM2A-40CDR-D

CPM2A-60CDR-A

CPM2A-60CDR-D

Specifications

20 I/O points, AC power supply

20 I/O points, DC power supply

30 I/O points, AC power supply

30 I/O points, DC power supply

40 I/O points, AC power supply

40 I/O points, DC power supply

60 I/O points, AC power supply

60 I/O points, DC power supply

CPM2A-20CDT-D

CPM2A-20CDT1-D

CPM2A-30CDT-D

CPU Units with

Transistor Outputs

(Built-in

RS-232C port)

CPM2A-30CDT1-D

CPM2A-40CDT-D

CPM2A-40CDT1-D

CPM2A-60CDT-D

CPM2A-60CDT1-D

20 I/O points (sinking outputs), DC power supply

20 I/O points (sourcing outputs), DC power supply

30 I/O points (sinking outputs), DC power supply

30 I/O points (sourcing outputs), DC power supply

40 I/O points (sinking outputs), DC power supply

40 I/O points (sourcing outputs), DC power supply

60 I/O points (sinking outputs), DC power supply

60 I/O points (sourcing outputs), DC power supply

Removable Terminal Blocks for Easy Maintenance

Removable terminal blocks* simplify PLC wiring.

(*CPU Unit only)

195 mm

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Expansion I/O Units

CPM1A-8ED

8 input points

DC inputs

CPM1A-8ER

8 output points

Relay outputs

CPM1A-8ET

8 input points

Transistor outputs (sinking)

CPM1A-8ET1

8 output points

Transistor outputs (sourcing)

NEW

CPM1A-20EDR1

12 DC inputs

8 relay outputs

CPM1A-20EDT

12 DC inputs

8 transistor outputs (sinking)

CPM1A-20EDT1

12 DC inputs

8 transistor outputs (sourcing)

CPM1A-40EDR

24 DC inputs

16 relay outputs

CPM1A-40EDT

24 DC inputs

16 transistor outputs (sinking)

CPM1A-40EDT1

24 DC inputs

16 transistor outputs (sourcing)

DeviceNet

I/O Link Unit

DeviceNet I/O Link Unit

CPM1A-DRT21

32 input points

32 output points

Analog I/O Unit

CompoBus/S

I/O Link Unit

CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit

CPM1A-SRT21

8 input points

8 output points

Model Numbers

Name Model number

CPM1A-8ED

CPM1A-8ER

CPM1A-8ET

CPM1A-8ET1

CPM1A-20EDR1

CPM1A-20EDT

Expansion I/O Units

CPM1A-20EDT1

CPM1A-40EDR

CPM1A-40EDT

CPM1A-40EDT1

CPM1A-DRT21

8 DC inputs

8 relay outputs

Specifications

8 transistor outputs (sinking)

8 transistor outputs (sourcing)

12 DC inputs, 8 relay outputs

12 DC inputs

8 transistor outputs (sinking)

12 DC inputs

8 transistor outputs (sourcing)

24 DC inputs, 16 relay outputs

24 DC inputs

16 transistor outputs (sinking)

24 DC inputs

16 transistor outputs (sourcing)

32 inputs, 32 outputs

DeviceNet

I/O Link Unit

CompoBus/S

I/O Link Unit

CPM1A-SRT21

Analog I/O Units

Temperature

Sensor Units

CPM1A-MAD11

CPM1A-MAD01

CPM1A-AD041

CPM1A-DA041

CPM1A-TS001

CPM1A-TS002

CPM1A-TS101

CPM1A-TS102

8 inputs, 8 output

2 analog inputs (resolution: 6,000)

1 analog output (resolution: 6,000)

2 analog inputs (resolution: 256)

1 analog output (resolution: 256)

4 analog inputs (resolution: 6,000)

4 analog outputs (resolution: 6,000)

2 thermocouple inputs

4 thermocouple inputs

2 platinum resistance thermometer inputs

4 platinum resistance thermometer inputs

Temperature Sensor Units

Temperature Sensor Units

CPM1A-TS001

2 thermocouple inputs

CPM1A-TS002

4 thermocouple inputs

Temperature Sensor Units

CPM1A-TS101

2 platinum resistance thermometer inputs

CPM1A-TS102

4 platinum resistance thermometer inputs

NEW NEW

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Analog I/O Unit

CPM1A-MAD11

2 analog inputs (resolution: 6,000)

1 analog output (resolution: 6,000)

Analog I/O Unit

CPM1A-MAD01

2 analog inputs (resolution: 256)

1 analog output (resolution: 256)

Analog I/O Unit

CPM1A-AD041

4 analog inputs

(resolution: 6,000)

Analog I/O Unit

CPM1A-DA041

4 analog outputs

(resolution: 6,000)

Despite its ultra-slim design, a CPM2C system can provide up to 192 I/O points!

A wide variety of models are available to provide very effective machine control in a surprisingly compact PLC.

CPU Units feature DC power supply and a wide range of model variations:

Relay/transistor outputs, terminal blocks/connectors, clock functions, etc. I/O capacity can be selected according to the need of the application.

And select from Expansion I/O Units with 8,

10, 16, 20, 24, or 32 I/O points to build a

PLC with an I/O capacity of up to 192 points.

10

I/O Points

CPM2C-10CDR-D

CPU Unit

(I/O terminal block)

20

I/O Points

CPM2C-20CDR-D

CPU Unit

(I/O terminal block)

10

I/O Points

20

I/O Points

CPM2C-10CDTC-D

CPU Unit

(I/O connector)

CPM2C-20CDTC-D

CPU Unit

(I/O connector)

32

I/O Points

CPM2C-32CDTC-D

CPU Unit

(I/O connector)

90 mm

33 mm 33 mm 33 mm 33 mm 33 mm

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CPU Units with 10 I/O Points CPU Units with 32 I/O Points

Power Supply Unit

CPU Units with Relay

Outputs

(I/O terminal block)

CPM2C-10C(1)DR-D

6 DC inputs

4 outputs

CPU Unit with Transistor

Outputs

(sinking/sourcing)

[Fujitsu-compatible connector]

CPM2C-32CDT(1)C-D

[MIL connector]

CPM2C-32CDT(1)M-D

16 DC inputs

16 outputs

AC Power Supply Unit

CPM2C-PA201

Input: 100 to 240 VAC

Output: 24 VDC/600 mA

CPU Unit with Transistor

Outputs (sinking/sourcing)

[Fujitsu-compatible connector]

CPM2C-10C(1)DT(1)C-D

[MIL connector]

CPM2C-10C(1)DT(1)M-D

6 DC inputs

4 outputs

Programmable Slave and CPU Unit with CompoBus/S Master

Simple Communications Unit

Simple Communications

Unit

CPM2C-CIF21

Connect to RS-485 components

RS-232C

CPU Units with 20 I/O Points

CPU Unit with Relay

Outputs

(I/O terminal block)

CPM2C-20C(1)DR-D

Programmable Slave

CPU Unit with Transistor

Outputs

(sinking/sourcing)

[Fujitsu-compatible connector]

CPM2C-S1 0C-DRT

6 DC inputs

4 outputs

Adapter Units

CPU Unit with Transistor

Outputs (sinking/sourcing)

[Fujitsu-compatible connector]

CPM2C-20C(1)DT(1)C-D

[MIL connector]

CPM2C-20C(1)DT(1)M-D

12 DC inputs

8 outputs

CPU Unit with CompoBus/S

Master

CPU Unit with Transistor

Outputs

(sinking/sourcing)

[Fujitsu-compatible connector]

CPM2C-S1 0C

6 DC inputs

4 outputs

Peripheral/RS-232C

Adapter Unit

CPM2C-CIF01-V1

RS-422/RS-232C

Adapter Unit

CPM2C-CIF11

Expansion I/O Units

Expansion I/O Units

Relay Output I/O Unit

(I/O terminal block)

CPM2C-10EDR

6 DC inputs

4 outputs

Relay Output I/O Unit

(I/O terminal block)

CPM2C-20EDR

12 DC inputs

8 outputs

Expansion Output Units

Relay Output I/O Unit

CPM2C-8ER

(I/O terminal block)

8 relay outputs

CPM2C-

8ET(1)C

CPM2C-

24EDT(1)C

Transistor Output I/O Unit

(sinking/sourcing)

[Fujitsu-compatible connector]

CPM2C-24EDT(1)C

Transistor Output I/O Unit

(sinking/sourcing)

[MIL connector]

CPM2C-24EDT(1)M

16 DC inputs

8 outputs

CPM2C-

24EDT(1)C

Transistor Output I/O Unit

(sinking/sourcing)

[Fujitsu-compatible connector]

CPM2C-32EDT(1)C

Transistor Output I/O Unit

(sinking/sourcing)

[MIL connector]

CPM2C-32EDT(1)M

16 DC inputs

8 outputs

Transistor Output I/O Unit (sinking/sourcing)

[Fujitsu-compatible connector]

CPM2C-8ET(1)C

Transistor Output I/O Unit (sinking/sourcing)

[MIL connector]

CPM2C-8ET(1)M

8 outputs

CPM2C-

16ET(1)C

Transistor Output I/O Unit (sinking/sourcing)

[Fujitsu-compatible connector]

CPM2C-16ET(1)C

Transistor Output I/O Unit (sinking/sourcing)

[MIL connector]

CPM2C-16ET(1)M

16 outputs

10

Analog I/O Unit

Analog I/O Unit

CPM2C-MAD11

2 analog inputs

(resolution: 6,000)

1 analog output

(resolution: 6,000)

Temperature Sensor Units

Temperature Sensor Unit

CPM2C-TS001

2 thermocouple inputs

Temperature Sensor Unit

CPM2C-TS101

2 platinum resistance thermometer inputs

CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit

CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit

CPM2C-SRT21

8 input points

8 output points

Expansion Input Units

I/O Unit

[Fujitsu-compatible connector]

CPM2C-8EDC

CPM2C-

8EDC

I/O Unit

[MIL connector]

CPM2C-8EDM

8 DC inputs

MIL Connectors for

Transistor Outputs

(Not available on Programmable

Slave or CPU Unit with

CompoBus/S Master.)

Standard Models

Unit

I/O terminal block

CPU Units with

10 I/O points

I/O connector

CPU Units with

20 I/O points

I/O terminal block

I/O connector

Model number

CPM2C-10C(1)DR-D

CPM2C-

10C(1)DT(1) -D

CPM2C-20C(1)DR-D

CPM2C-

20C(1)DT(1) -D

CPU Units with

32 I/O points

I/O connector

CPM2C-

32CDT(1) -D

Programmable Slave

(connector)

CPU Unit with

CompoBus/S Master

CPM2C-

S1 0C-DRT

CPM2C-S1 0C

Expansion

I/O Units

Expansion

Input Units

Expansion

Output Units

Analog I/O Unit

I/O terminal block

I/O connector

I/O connector

I/O terminal block

I/O connector

CPM2C-10EDR

CPM2C-20EDR

CPM2C-24EDT(1)

CPM2C-32EDT(1)

CPM2C-8ED

CPM2C-16ED

CPM2C-8ER

CPM2C-8ET(1)

CPM2C-16ET(1)

Temperature Sensor Units

CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit

AC Power Supply Unit

Simple Communications Unit

Peripheral/RS232C Adapter Unit

RS-422/RS-232C Adapter Unit

CPM2C-MAD11

CPM2C-TS001

CPM2C-TS101

CPM2C-SRT21

CPM2C-PA201

CPM2C-CIF21

CPM2C-CIF01-V1

CPM2C-CIF11

Specifications

6 inputs (24-VDC),

4 relay outputs

6 DC inputs

4 transistor outputs

(sinking/sourcing)

12 inputs (24-VDC),

8 relay outputs

12 DC inputs

8 transistor outputs

(sinking/sourcing)

16 DC inputs

16 transistor outputs

(sinking/sourcing)

With CompoBus/S Master

With DeviceNet Slave

6 inputs (24-VDC)

4 transistor outputs

(sinking/sourcing)

With CompoBus/S Master

6 inputs (24-VDC)

4 transistor outputs

(sinking/sourcing)

Clock

Yes

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

No

Yes

Yes

6 inputs (24-VDC)

4 relay outputs

12 inputs (24-VDC)

8 relay outputs

16 inputs (24-VDC)

8 transistor outputs (sinking/sourcing)

16 inputs (24-VDC)

16 transistor outputs (sinking/sourcing)

8 inputs (24-VDC)

16 inputs (24-VDC)

8 relay outputs

8 transistor outputs (sinking/sourcing)

16 transistor outputs (sinking/sourcing)

2 analog inputs (resolution: 6,000)

1 analog output (resolution: 6,000)

2 thermocouple inputs

2 platinum resistance thermometer inputs

8 input points

8 output points

Input: 100 to 240 VAC

Output: 24 VDC/600 mA

Connects to RS-485 components

RS-232C

Level conversion for peripheral port

Level conversion for peripheral port

CPM2C-

16EDC

I/O Unit

[Fujitsu-compatible connector]

CPM2C-16EDC

I/O Unit

[MIL connector]

CPM2C-16EDM

16 DC inputs

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Serial Devices Connect Easily to the Built-in RS-232C Port

The built-in RS-232C port simplifies connections to serial devices and enables faster startup and program debugging from Programming Devices.

PT Connection

Compatible with the OMRON Programmable Terminal's Programming Console functions. Maintenance is simplified with the on-screen programming operations.

CPM2A

PT

XW2Z-200T (2m)

XW2Z-500T (5m)

RS-232C Port

Host computer

Host Link

CPM2A

CPM2A

One-to-one Link

CPM2A

Host computer

Command

Response

3G2A9-AL004-E

Link Adapter

NT-AL001

RS-232C/422

Adapter

CPM1-CIF11

RS-422 Adapter

NT-AL001

RS-232C/422

Adapter

Write

LR 00

LR 07

LR 08

Read

LR 15

Link area

Write area

Read area

RS-232C cable

Link area

Read area

Write area

LR 00

Read

LR 07

LR 08

Write

LR 15

No-protocol Communications

Standard serial devices, such as bar code readers, can be connected with no-protocol communications.

CPM2A

CPM2A CPM2A CPM2A

Bar code reader

Complete Communications with

Host Computers, Other PLCs, and Programmable Terminals

Simultaneous RS-232C and Programming Console Connections

By using the CPM2C-CIF01-V1 Peripheral/RS-232C Adapter Unit or the CPM2C-CN111 Connecting Cable, a Programming Device can be used while the CPU Unit is connected to another device via RS-232C.

CPM2C-

CIF01-V1

Programming

Console

Programming

Device

Peripheral port

CPM2C

CPU Unit

Connecting cable

CPM2C-CN111

Connecting Cable

PT

PT connection

One-to-one Link

No-protocol communications

Host Link

RS-232C port

RS-232C cable

XW2Z-200T (2 m)

XW2Z-500T (5 m)

CPM2C

CPU Unit

The conventional connector is used on the peripheral port of the CPM2C-

CN111 (same as CPM2A).

I/O memory and operating mode data can be transferred between a host computer and the CPM2C via a Host Link.

CPM2C

Host computer

Host Link

Command

Response

1:N communications are possible using the CPM2C-

CIF11 RS-422/RS-232C Adapter Unit.

Host computer

3G2A9-AL004-E

Link Adapter

RS-422 port

(peripheral port)

RS-232C

PT connection

port

One-to-one Link

No-protocol communications

Host Link

CPM2C-

CIF11

CPM2C

CPM2C

CPM2C

An OMRON

Programmable

Terminal can be connected with direct access.

PT Connection

PT

CPM2C

XW2Z-200T (2 m)

XW2Z-500T (5 m)

One-to-one Link

A 1:1 PLC Link connection can be established with another CPM2C, or a

CQM1(H), CPM1, CPM1A,

CPM2A, SRM1(-V2),

C200HS, or

C200HX/HG/HE PLC.

Bar code reader

CPM2C

RS-232C cable

CPM2C

No-protocol Communications

Standard serial devices, such as bar code readers, can be connected with no-protocol communications.

CPM2C

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Further improvements to prog ramming environment and instructions.

Programming is possible with the Programming Devices used with other PLCs, such as personal computers or Programming Consoles, and the operations can be performed in the same environment.

Version 1.2 or higher of the CX-Programmer supports the CPM2A and CPM2C.

Windows-based Support Software Available

Reduce costs by creating and editing programs with the CX-Programmer, Windows-based software that features a wide variety of monitor display and debugging functions.

Existing Windows applications can also be used in this significantly improved programming environment.

Simplify Programming with the Windows-based

CX-Programmer.

The CX-Programmer supports the development of multiple programs with a wide variety of monitoring and debugging functions.

Ease of operation.

A wide variety of display and monitoring functions.

Effective debugging functions.

Remote programming and monitoring.

Maintenance functions.

Use of existing Windows applications.

Precautions

Using the SYSMAC Support Software (SSS)

Set the PLC model to "CQM1."

The SYNC (SYNCHRONIZED PULSE CONTROL), TIML (LONG

TIMER), and TMHH (ONE-MS TIMER) instructions can be used by transferring expansion instructions from the CPM2A/CPM2C to the SSS.

For details, refer to the CPM2A Operation Manual (W352) or the CPM2C Operation

Manual (W356). All the instructions can be used with the Programming Console.

WS02-CXPC1-EJ-V3 Offers the Same

Functionality at a Low Cost Designed Solely for

CPM1A, CPM2 , and SRM1 Micro PLCs

CS1W-CIF31 USB/Serial Conversion Cable

Connecting Cable

CS1W-CIF31 RS-232C

Computer

(USB port)

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Programming Console Connection Examples

The Programming Console connects to the peripheral port of the CPU Unit.

CQM1-PRO01-E Programming Console

Attached cable

(2 m)

CPM2A

CQM1-

PRO01-E

Peripheral port

C200H-PRO27-E Programming Console

Connecting Cable

C200H-CN222 (2 m)

C200H-CN422 (4 m)

CPM2A

C200H-

PRO27-E

Peripheral port

Support Software Connection Example

Connecting to the CPM2A's Peripheral Port

CPM2A

CQM1-CIF02

Computer

Peripheral port

Connecting to the CPM2A's RS-232C Port

CPM2A

XW2Z- 00S-V

Computer

RS-232C port

Programming Console Connection Examples

The Programming Console connects to the CPU Unit or

CPM2C-CIF01-V1 Peripheral/RS-232C Adapter Unit through a Connecting Cable.

Attached cable (2 m)

CPM2C

CPU Unit

Support Software Connection Example

SYSMAC Support Software (SSS) for MS-DOS or SYSMAC-

CX-P (version 1.2 onwards) for Windows can be used.

Whichever is used, the computer connects to the CPU Unit or the CPM2C-CIF01-V1 Peripheral/RS-232C Adapter Unit through a Connecting Cable.

CPM2C CPU Unit

Connecting Cable

CS1W-CN226/CN626

CS1W-CN114

Connecting Cable

CQM1-PRO01-E

CPM2C-

CIF01-V1

CPM2C

CPU Unit

RS-232C

Adapter

CQM1-CIF02

Computer

CS1W-CN114

Connecting

Cable

CS1W-CN118

Connecting

Cable

(See note.)

CPM2C-

CIF01-V1

CPM2C

CPU Unit

C200H-PRO27-E

Connecting Cable

C200H-CN222/CN422

RS-232C Connecting Cable

XW2Z-200S-V/500S-V

XW2Z-200S-CV/500S-CV

Note: The CS1W-CN226/CN626 Connecting Cable cannot be used for the CPM2C-CIF01

Peripheral/RS-232C Adapter Unit. When using the CS1W-CN226/CN626 Connecting Cable, use the CPM2C-CIF01-V1 Peripheral/RS-232C Adapter Unit.

Examples of Programming Console/Support Software Connection Using CPM2C-CN111 Connecting Cable

Attached cable (2 m)

Peripheral port

Connecting Cable

C200H-CN222/CN422

CPM2C

CPU Unit

CQM1-PRO01-E

C200H-PRO27-E

RS-232C Adapter

CQM1-CIF02

CPM2C-CN111

Connecting Cable

RS-232C cable

Computer

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And Now a Slave with the Composite Functionality

Required for Distributed Blocks

Programmable Slave CPM2C-S100C/110C-DRT

The Programmable Slave enables handling a block of sensors, actuators, and other devices as a single DeviceNet slave.

Powerful support for distributed control is further strengthened by the ability to standardize programming in units and reduce the programming load on the master. I/O and operation checks can also be performed by unit to eliminate the need to assemble the entire system before starting system debugging.

Features

The Programmable Slave provides DeviceNet and

PLC functionality along with expandability to handle a wide range of applications.

2-ms cycle time for

500 programming steps

High-speed counters

Pulse outputs

Interrupt inputs

256 timers/counters

Clock/calendar

TM

Multi-word I/O links and a message service enable controlling Slave data from the master. Message communications easily handle data, such as log data, that does not need to be sent continuously.

1,024-pt I/O link

Explicit messages

DeviceNet-CompoBus/S gateway

RS-232C

Connect to bar code readers or PTs and process data at the Slave to reduce the load on the master.

No-protocol communications

NT Links

Host Links

Expansion Units

(3 max.)

One Unit handles a distributed block. High-density capability eliminates the need for communications, reducing costs.

Digital I/O Temperature Sensor

Relay Output Power Supply

Analog I/O

CompoBus/S

Reduce wiring for remote locations (e.g., signal lights, pushbuttons), expansion terminal blocks, and solenoid valves. Connect with VCTF cable or easy-to-branch flat cable.

256-pt (128/128) expansion

Long-distance mode:

6 ms at 500 m

High-speed mode:

0.8 ms at 100 m

VCTF/flat cable wiring

Complete lineup

Open Multivendor Network:

TM

A DeviceNet network runs under the PLC to enable more intelligent control of production lines and equipment.

Simple, Flexible Wiring

Distributed control of up to 63 slaves in multidrop, T-branch, branch line, or star connections.

Max. trunk length: 500 m, Max. branch length:

6 m, Max. total branch length: 129 m

Standard communications cables and connectors for each installation.

Versatile Communications Methods

Use remote I/O or message communications to handle both ON/OFF data and device parameters

A Completely Open Network with a Wealth of Available Slaves

Remote I/O, analog devices, temperature controllers, inverters, motion devices, displays, and PLCs can be connected to achieve the ideal distributed system.

Multivendor product lineups are also available for valves, robots, load cells, and many other devices.

Advanced Support

All devices have defined profiles and network devices provide interchangeability and compatibility.

All devices provide information in EDS files to enable smooth setting of device parameters and easy maintenance.

Standardization of Programs and

Operations in a Multivendor Environment

EDS files and configurators can be used to provide consistent setting methods. Files can be saved and read to make setting up the system even easier.

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CompoBus/S Master Increases

Efficiency and Expandability in Small-scale Control Systems

CMP2C-S100C/-S110C CPU Units with CompoBus/S Master

Super Compact to

Fit Onsite

The CompoBus/S Master and 10

I/O points all come in a package only 40 x 90 x 65 mm large

(WxHxD), yet provides the versatile expandability required to meet onsite needs.

A Lineup of Expansion I/O

Units to Reduce Costs

Up to three Expansion I/O Units can be combined with I/O terminals connected via

CompoBus/S to reduce wiring both inside and outside the control panel. Reduced panel size is accompanied by lower costs for cables, terminal blocks, and wiring work.

Easier Designing,

Modifications, and Expansions

CompoBus/S Remote I/O

Terminals can be used as terminal blocks to increase I/O speed and reduce wiring.

Expandability can be designed into the system to facilitate later modifications or expansions.

Machine

Control Panel

Built-in Clock/Calendar for Easier Machine

Management

Collected data and error logs can be time-stamped, or weekly timers can be set up as required by the application.

PT

Terminal Block

Machine

Master I/O Link Unit

Valves

Master

The CompoBus/S High-speed ON/OFF Bus

Build a high-speed remote I/O system under the PLC to reduce wiring for in-machine sensors and actuators.

output points, and 0.5 ms maximum for 16 slaves with 64 input and 64 output points.

Use the High-speed or the New

Long-distance Communications Mode.

High-speed Mode: 100-m communications distance at 750 kbits/s (using 2-conductor

VCTF cable)

Long-distance Mode: 500-m communications distance at 93.75 kbits/s (using 2-conductor

VCTF cable)

High-speed Remote I/O

Communications: 1 ms Max.

The High-speed Communications Mode achieves a communications cycle of 1 ms maximum for 32 slaves with 128 input and 128

Remote I/O

CompoBus/S

Special Cables to Reduce Wiring

Connect with special flat cable or VCTF cable.

Complete Lineup of Slaves

Connect contact I/O, contact I/O modules, or sensor inputs (photoelectric or proximity).

Analog inputs and analog outputs are also supported.

Long-distance Mode for Flexible

Branching with Special Flat Cable or 4-conductor VCTF Cable

Completely flexible branching can be achieved for a total wiring length of up to 200 m.

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CPM2A Specifications

CPM2A General Specifications

range

Inrush current

Item

External power supply

AC power

DC power

AC power

DC power

AC power

DC power

AC power

CPU Units with

20 I/O points

CPU Units with

30 I/O points

100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

24 VDC

85 to 264 VAC

20.4 to 26.4 VDC

60 VA max.

CPU Units with

40 I/O points

20 W max. (See separate table following this one for details.)

60 A max.

DC power 20 A max.

Supply voltage 24 VDC only)

Insulation resistance

Dielectric strength

Noise immunity

Vibration resistance

Shock resistance

Ambient temperature

Humidity

Atmosphere

Terminal screw size

Power interrupt time

Expansion Unit weight

CPU Units with

60 I/O points

Output capacity 300 mA (See notes 1, 2, 3.)

AC power

DC power

20 M

min. (at 500 VDC) between the external AC terminals and protective earth terminals

2,300 VAC 50/60 Hz for 1 min between the external AC and protective earth terminals, leakage current: 10 mA max.

Conforms to IEC61000-4-4, 2 kV (power lines)

10 to 57 Hz, 0.075-mm amplitude, 57 to 150 Hz, acceleration: 9.8 m/s

2

in X, Y, and

Z directions for 80 minutes each

(Time coefficient; 8 minutes

×

coefficient factor 10 = total time 80 minutes)

147 m/s

2

three times each in X, Y, and Z directions

Operating: 0

°

to 55

°

C

Storage: –20

°

to 75

°

C

10% to 90% (with no condensation)

Must be free from corrosive gas

M3

AC power supply: 10 ms min.

DC power supply: 2 ms min.

650 g max.

550 g max.

700 g max.

600 g max.

Units with 40 I/O Points:

Units with 20 I/O Points:

380 g max.

300 g max.

Units with 8 Output Points: 250 g max.

Units with 8 Input Points: 200 g max.

MAD01 Analog I/O Unit:

MAD11 Analog I/O Unit:

150 g max.

250 g max.

AD041 Analog Input Unit: 200 g max.

DA041 Analog Output Unit: 200 g max.

Temperature Sensor Units 250 g max.

CompoBus/S I/O Link Units: 200 g max.

DeviceNet I/O Link Unit: 200 g max.

800 g max.

700 g max.

1,000 g max.

900 g max.

Note: 1. Use the external power supply as the power supply for input devices only. (It cannot be used as to drive output devices.)

2. If the external power supply current exceeds the rated current, or there is a short-circuit, the external power supply voltage will drop and PC operation will stop.

3. If there are 3 CPM1A-MAD11 Units mounted to a CPM2A-60CDR-A, the current for the external power supply must not exceed 200 mA.

CPM2A Specifications

Power Consumption for CPM2A CPU Units with DC Power Supplies

Use the following information when computing CPM2A power capacities.

CPM2A CPU Unit

CPM2A-20CDR-D

CPM2A-30CDR-D

CPM2A-40CDR-D

CPM2A-60CDR-D

CPM2A-20CDT/T1-D

CPM2A-30CDT/T1-D

CPM2A-40CDT/T1-D

CPM2A-60CDT/T1-D

4

Power consumption (W)

4.5

6

7.5

3.5

4

4.5

5

CPM1A Expansion I/O

Unit or Expansion Unit

CPM1A-40EDR

CPM1A-40EDT/T1

CPM1A-20EDR1

CPM1A-20EDT/T1

CPM1A-8ED

CPM1A-8ER

CPM1A-8ET/T1

CPM1A-DRT21

CPM1A-SRT21

CPM1A-MAD01/MAD11

CPM1A-AD041

CPM1A-DA041

3.5

1.5

2.5

1.5

1

2

1

1

Power consumption (W)

1

3.5

3

3.3

CPM1A-TS001/TS101

CPM1A-TS002/TS102

3

3

Note: When calculating the total power consumption, it is also necessary to include the power consumption of Programming

Consoles, RS-232C Adapter Units, and other devices.

CPM2A Characteristics

Item

Control method

I/O control method

Specification

Stored program method

Cyclic scan with direct output (Immediate refreshing can be performed with IORF(97).)

Programming language Ladder diagram

Instruction length

1 step per instruction, 1 to 5 words per instruction

Instructions

Execution time

Program capacity

I/O CPU Unit only

Basic instructions: 14

Special instructions: 105 instructions, 185 variations

Basic instructions: 0.64

µ s (LD instruction)

Special instructions: 7.8

µ s (MOV instruction)

4,096 words

20 points 30 points 40 points

With

Expansion I/O

Units

80 points max.

90 points max.

100 points max.

Input bits

60 points

120 points max.

IR 00000 to IR 00915 (Words not used for input bits can be used for work bits.)

Output bits

Work bits

IR 01000 to IR 01915 (Words not used for output bits can be used for work bits.)

928 bits: IR 02000 to IR 04915 (Words IR 020 to IR 049) and IR 20000 to IR 22715 (Words IR 200 to IR 227)

448 bits: SR 22800 to SR 25515 (Words IR 228 to IR 255) Special bits (SR area)

Temporary bits (TR area) 8 bits (TR0 to TR7)

Holding bits (HR area) 320 bits: HR 0000 to HR 1915 (Words HR 00 to HR 19)

Auxiliary bits (AR area)

Link bits (LR area)

Timers/Counters

384 bits: AR 0000 to AR 2315 (Words AR 00 to AR 23)

256 bits: LR 0000 to LR 1515 (Words LR 00 to LR 15)

256 timers/counters (TIM/CNT 000 to TIM/CNT 255)

1-ms timers: TMHH(––)

10-ms timers: TIMH(15)

100-ms timers: TIM

1-s/10-s timers: TIML(––)

Decrementing counters: CNT

Reversible counters: CNTR(12)

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CPM2A Specifications

Item

Data memory

Basic interrupts

Interrupt processing

Interval timer interrupts

High-speed counter

Specification

Read/Write: 2,048 words (DM 0000 to DM 2047)*

Read-only: 456 words (DM 6144 to DM 6599)

PC Setup: 56 words (DM 6600 to DM 6655)

*The Error Log is contained in DM 2000 to DM 2021.

External interrupts: 4

(Shared by the external interrupt inputs (counter mode) and the quick-response inputs.)

1 (Scheduled Interrupt Mode or Single Interrupt Mode)

Highspeed

Interrupt

Inputs

(counter mode)

Pulse output

One high-speed counter: 20 kHz single-phase or 5 kHz two-phase (linear count method)

Counter interrupt: 1 (set value comparison or set-value range comparison)

Four inputs (Shared with external interrupt inputs (counter mode) and quick-response inputs.)

Counter interrupts: 4 (Shared by the external interrupt inputs and quick-response inputs.)

Synchronized pulse control

Two points with no acceleration/deceleration, 10 Hz to 10 kHz each, and no direction control.

One point with waveform acceleration/deceleration, 10 Hz to 10 kHz, and direction control.

Two points with variable duty-ratio outputs using PWM(––).

(Pulse outputs can be used with transistor outputs only, they cannot be used with relay outputs.)

One point:

A pulse output can be created by combining the high-speed counter with the pulse output and multiplying the frequency of the input pulses from the high-speed counter by a fixed factor.

Quick-response inputs

Analog controls

Input time constant

Clock function

Communications functions

(This output is possible with transistor outputs only, it cannot be used with relay outputs.)

Four points (Min. input pulse width: 50

µ s min.)

2 controls, setting range: 0 to 200

Can be set for all input points.

(1 ms, 2 ms, 3 ms, 5 ms, 10 ms, 20 ms, 40 ms, or 80 ms; default setting: 10 ms)

Shows the year, month, day of the week, day, hour, minute, and second. (Battery backup)

Built-in peripheral port:

Supports host link, peripheral bus, no-protocol, or Programming Console connections.

Built-in RS-232C port:

Supports host link, no-protocol, 1:1 Slave Unit link, 1:1 Master Unit link, or 1:1 NT Link connections.

Analog I/O Unit: Provides 2 analog inputs and 1 analog output.

Functions provided by

Expansion Units

Memory protection

Memory backup

CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit: Provides 8 inputs and 8 outputs as a CompoBus/S Slave.

Temperature Sensor Units: Provide 2 or 4 thermocouple inputs, or 2 or 4 temperature-resistance thermometer inputs.

HR area, AR area, program contents, read/write DM area contents, and counter values maintained during power interruptions.

Flash memory:

Program, read-only DM area, and PC Setup

Battery backup:

The read/write DM area, HR area, AR area, and counter values are backed up by a battery.

(Battery life is approximately 5 years at an ambient temperature of 25

°

C.)

Self-diagnostic functions CPU Unit failure (watchdog timer), I/O bus error, and memory failure, battery error

Program checks No END instruction and programming errors are checked at the start of operation.

CPM2A Specifications

CPM2A I/O Specifications

1. CPU Unit Input Specifications

Item

Input voltage

Inputs

All 24 VDC

+10%

/

–15%

IN00000 to IN00001 2.7 k

IN00002 to IN00006 3.9 k

IN00007 and up 4.7 k

IN00000 to IN00001 8 mA typical

IN00002 to IN00006 6 mA typical

IN00007 and up 5 mA typical

ON voltage/current IN00000 to IN00001 17 VDC min., 5 mA

IN00002 and up 14.4 VDC min., 3 mA

OFF voltage/current

ON delay

OFF delay

All

All

All

Circuit configuration IN00000 to IN00001

Specification

5.0 VDC max., 1 mA

1 to 80 ms max. Default: 10 ms (See note.)

1 to 80 ms max. Default: 10 ms (See note.)

Input

LED

10,000 pF

Internal

Circuits

2.7 k

Ω 680

IN00002 to IN00006

750

3.9 k

Input

LED

Internal

Circuits

IN00007 and up

750

4.7 k

Input

LED

Internal

Circuits

Note: The input time constant can be set to 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 20, 40, or 80 ms in the PC Setup.

High-speed Counter Inputs

Inputs IN00000 through IN00002 can be used as high-speed counter inputs, as shown in the following table. The maximum count frequency is 5 kHz in differential phase mode and 20 kHz in the other modes.

IN00000

IN00001

IN00002

Differential phase mode

A-phase pulse input

B-phase pulse input

Function

Pulse + direction input mode

Pulse input

Direction input

Up/down input mode

Increment pulse input

Decrement pulse input

Increment mode

Increment pulse input

Normal input

Z-phase pulse input/Hardware reset input (IN00002 can be used as a normal input when it is not used as a high-speed counter input.)

Interrupt Inputs

Inputs IN00003 through IN00006 can be used as interrupt inputs (interrupt input mode or counter mode) and quick-response inputs. The minimum pulse width for these inputs is 0.05 ms.

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CPM2A Specifications

2. Expansion I/O Unit Input Specifications

Input voltage

Item

Input impedance

Input current

ON voltage

OFF voltage

ON delay

OFF delay

Circuit configuration

Specification

24 VDC

+10%

/

–15%

4.7 k

5 mA typical

14.4 VDC min.

5.0 VDC max.

1 to 80 ms max. Default: 10 ms (See note.)

1 to 80 ms max. Default: 10 ms (See note.)

Input

LED

750

4.7 k

Internal

Circuits

Note: The input time constant can be set to 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 20, 40, or 80 ms in the PC Setup. For the CPM1A-40EDR/EDT/EDT1, the constant is fixed at 16 ms.

CPM2A Output Specifications (CPU Unit and Expansion I/O Unit)

1. Relay Output

Item

Max. switching capacity

Min. switching capacity

Service life of relay

ON delay

OFF delay

Circuit configuration

Specification

2 A, 250 VAC (cos

φ

= 1)

2 A, 24 VDC

(4 A/common)

10 mA, 5 VDC

Electrical:

Mechanical:

150,000 operations (24-VDC resistive load)

100,000 operations (240-VAC inductive load, cos

φ

= 4)

20,000,000 operations

15 ms max.

15 ms max.

Output

LED

OUT

Internal

Circuits

OUT

COM Maximum

250 VAC: 2 A

24 VDC: 2 A

CPM2A Specifications

2. Transistor Output (Sinking)

Item

Max.

capacity

20CDT-D 30CDT-D 40CDT-D

OUT01000, 01001: 4.5 to 30 VDC, 0.2 A/output

OUT01002 and up: 4.5 to 30 VDC, 0.3 A/output

0.8 A/common

1.6 A/Unit

0.8 A/common

2.4 A/Unit

0.8 A/common

3.2 A/Unit

0.1 mA max.

Leakage current

Residual voltage

ON delay

1.5 V max.

OFF delay

Fuse (see note)

Circuit configuration

4.5 to 30 VDC, 0.3 A/output

Specification

60CDT-D

0.8 A/common

4.8 A/Unit

Output

LED

8ET

0.9 A/common

1.8 A/Unit

OUT01000 and OUT01001: 20

µ s max.

OUT01002 and up: 0.1 ms max.

OUT01000 and OUT01001: 40

µ s max. (4.5 to 26.4 V, 10 to 100 mA)

0.1 ms max. (4.5 to 30 V, 10 to 200 mA)

OUT01002 and up:

1 fuse/output

1 ms max. (4.5 to 30 V, 10 to 300 mA)

OUT

20EDT

24 VDC +10%

/

–5%

0.3 A/output

,

0.9 A/common

1.8 A/Unit

0.1 ms max.

40EDT

4.5 to 30 VDC,

0.3 A/output

0.9 A/common

3.6 A/Unit

1 ms max.

(24 VDC

+10%

/

–5%,

5 to 300 mA)

1 fuse/common None

Internal

Circuits

OUT

24 VDC

COM (–)

Note: Cannot be replaced by the user.

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CPM2A Specifications

3. Transistor Output (Sourcing)

Item

Max. switching capacity

Specification

20CDT1-D 30CDT1-D 40CDT1-D

OUT01000, 01001: 4.5 to 30 VDC, 0.2 A/output

OUT01002 and up: 4.5 to 30 VDC, 0.3 A/output

60CDT1-D 8ET1

0.8

A/common

1.6 A/Unit

0.1 mA max.

0.8

A/common

2.4 A/Unit

0.8

A/common

3.2 A/Unit

0.8

A/common

4.8 A/Unit

0.9

A/common

1.8 A/Unit

Leakage current

Residual voltage

ON delay

1.5 V max.

OFF delay

OUT01000 and OUT01001: 20

µ s max.

OUT01002 and up: 0.1 ms max.

OUT01000 and OUT01001: 40

µ s max. (4.5 to 26.4 V, 10 to 100 mA)

0.1 ms max. (4.5 to 30 V, 10 to 200 mA)

OUT01002 and up:

Fuse (see note) 1 fuse/output

1 ms max. (4.5 to 30 V, 10 to 300 mA)

Circuit configuration

4.5 to 30 VDC, 0.3 A/output

Output

LED

Internal

Circuits

COM (+)

OUT

24 VDC

20DET1

24

VDC

+10%

/

–5%,

0.3 A/output

0.9

A/common

1.8 A/Unit

40EDT1

4.5 to 30 VDC

0.3 A/output

0.9

A/common

3.6 A/Unit

0.1 ms max.

1 ms max.

(24 VDC

+10%

/

–5%,

5 to 300 mA)

1 fuse/common

None

OUT

Note: Cannot be replaced by the user.

CPM2A Specifications

CPM1A-MAD01/MAD11 Analog I/O Unit

Up to 3 Expansion I/O Units or Expansion Units (including the CPM1A-MAD01/MAD11 Analog I/O Unit) can be connected to a

CPM2A CPU Unit.

i t

Item

Number of inputs

Input signal ranges

Voltage I/O

CPM1A-MAD01

Current I/O

2

0 to 10 V or 1 to 5 V 4 to 20 mA

Voltage I/O

CPM1A-MAD11

Current I/O

2 (allocated 2 words)

0 to 5 V, 1 to 5 V, 0 to

10 V, –10 to 10 V

±

15 V

1 M

min.

0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA

±

30 mA

250

Maximum rated input

External input impedance

Resolution

Overall precision

Converted A/D data

±

15 V

1 M

min.

1/256

1.0% of full scale

8-bit binary

±

30 mA

250

rated

1/6,000 (full scale)

25

°

C:

±

0.3% of full scale

0 to 55

°

C:

±

0.6% of full scale

25

°

C:

±

0.4% of full scale

0 to 55

°

C:

±

0.8% of full scale

Binary data (4-digit hexadecimal)

–10 to 10 V: F448 to 0BB8 Hex full scale

Other: 0000 to 1770 Hex full scale

Supported (set for each input with DIP switch)

Supported t t

(See

Averaging

Disconnected line detection

Number of outputs

Output signal ranges

---

---

1

0 to 10 V or –10 to 10 V 4 to 20 mA

1 (allocated 1 word)

1 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V

---

0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA

External output max.

current

External output allowed load resistance

External output impedance

Resolution

5 mA

---

---

---

350

1 k

min.

0.5

max.

---

600

max.

---

1/256 (1/512 when the output signal range is –10 to

10 V.)

1.0% of full scale

1/6,000 (full scale)

Data setting

D/A data setting

Conversion time (See note 2.)

Isolation method

8-bit binary with sign bit

---

10 ms/Unit max.

Photocoupler isolation between I/O terminals and

PC

(There is no isolation between the analog I/O signals.)

25

°

C:

±

0.4% of full scale

0 to 55

°

C:

±

0.8% of full scale

---

Binary data (4-digit hexadecimal)

–10 to 10 V: F448 to 0BB8 Hex full scale

Other: 0000 to 1770 Hex full scale

2 ms/point (6 ms/all analog I/O)

Photocoupler isolation between analog I/O and internal circuits. (Individual analog I/O signals are not isolated.)

Note

1. The voltage output and current output can be used at the same time, but the total output current cannot exceed 21 mA.

2. The conversion time is the total time for 2 analog inputs and 1 analog output.

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Analog Input Unit

CPM1A-AD041

Item

CPM1A-AD041

Input voltage Input current

Number of inputs

Input signal range

Max. rated input

External input impedance

4

0 to 5 V, 1 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, or –10 to

10 V

±

15 V

1 M

min.

0 to 20 mA or

4 to 20 mA

±

30 mA

Approx. 250

Resolution

Overall 25

°

C

6,000

±

0.3% of full scale

±

0.4% of full scale

0 to 55

°

C

±

0.6% of full scale

±

0.8% of full scale

Conversion time 2.0 ms/point

A/D conversion data Binary data with resolution of 6,000

Full scale for –10 to 10 V: F448

(E890) to 0BB8 (1770) hex

Full scale for other ranges: 0000 to

1770 (2EE0) hex

Averaging Supported

Open-circuit detection

Supported

Insulation resistance 20 M

min. (at 250 VDC, between isolated circuits)

Dielectric strength 500 VAC for 1 min (between isolated circuits)

Isolation method Photocoupler isolation (between analog inputs and secondary internal circuits.) No isolation between input signals.

Analog Output Unit

CPM1A-DA041

Item

CPM1A-DA041

Number of outputs 4

Output voltage Output current

Output signal range 0 to 5 V, 0 to 10

V, or –10 to 10 V

Allowable external output load resistance

2 k

min.

External output impedance

0.5

max.

0 to 20 mA or

4 to 20 mA

350 k

---

max.

Resolution 6,000

Overall accuracy

25

°

C

±

0.4% of full scale

0 to 55

°

C

±

0.8% of full scale

Conversion time 2.0 ms/point

D/A conversion data Binary data with resolution of 6,000

Full scale for –10 to 10 V: F448

(E890) to 0BB8 (1770) hex

Full scale for other ranges: 0000 to

1770 (2EE0) hex

Insulation resistance 20 M

min. (at 250 VDC)

Dielectric strength 500 VAC for 1 min between isolated circuits

Isolation method Photocoupler isolation between analog outputs and secondary internal circuits. No isolation between output signals.

CPM2A Specifications

CPM1A-SRT21 CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit

The CPM2A PC can function as a Slave to a CompoBus/S Master Unit (or SRM1 CompoBus/S Master Control Unit) when a CPM1A-

SRT21 CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit is connected. The CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit establishes an I/O link of 8 inputs and 8 outputs between the Master Unit and the CPM2A. Up to 3 Expansion I/O Units or Expansion Units can be connected to a CPM2A CPU Unit.

CompoBus/S Master Unit

(or SRM1 CompoBus/S

Master Control Unit)

CPM2A CPU Unit

CPM1A-SRT21

CompoBus/S I/O

Link Unit

CS1, CJ1, C200H j

,

CQM1 (H), SRM1, or

CPM2C-S PLC

Special flat cable or VCTF cable

Up to 16 Slaves can be connected.

(Up to 8 Slaves with the CQM1-SRM21-V1.)

Specifications

Item

Model number

Master/Slave

Number of I/O bits

Number of words occupied in

CPM2A I/O memory

Node number setting

Specification

CPM1A-SRT21

CompoBus/S Slave

8 input bits, 8 output bits

1 input word, 1 output word

(Allocated in the same way as other Expansion I/O Units or Expansion Units)

Set using the DIP switch. (Set before turning ON power for the CPU Unit.)

Note: See the CompoBus/S Catalog (Q103) for more details on CompoBus/S communications.

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CPM2A Specifications

CPM1A-TS001/TS002/TS101/TS102 Temperature Sensor Units

By connecting a Temperature Sensor Unit

(CPM1A-TS001/TS002/TS101/TS102) to the CPM2A, inputs can be received from thermocouples or temperature-resistance thermometers. Inputs converted to binary data (4-digit hexadecimal) and stored in the IR area. Refer to page 30 for details on the maximum number of connectable Units.

Specifications

Item

Model

Number of inputs

Input types

Accuracy

CPM1A-TS001/002

TS001: 2; TS002: 4

Specification

CPM1A-TS101/102

TS101: 2; TS102: 4

K or J selectable (The same input type must be used for all inputs.)

Pt100, JPt1100 selectable (The same input type must be used for all inputs.)

±

0.5% or

±

2% of the stored value whichever is larger

(see note)

±

1 digit max.

±

0.5% or

±

(see note)

1% of the stored value whichever is larger

±

1 digit max.

250 ms/2 points (TS001 or TS101) or 250 ms/4 points (TS002 or TS102) Conversion cycle

Converted temperature data

Isolation method

Binary data (4-digit hexadecimal)

Photocoupler isolation between input signals

Note: Accuracy for K thermocouples at temperatures less than –100

°

C:

±

4

°

C

±

1 digit max.

Input Temperature Ranges for CPM1A-TS001/002

The input type is selected with a rotary switch. The ranges for each of the input types are shown in the following table.

Item Range in

°

C Range in

°

F

K

J

–200 to 1,300

0.0 to 500.0

–100 to 850

0.0 to 400.0

–300 to 2,300

0.0 to 900.0

–100 to 1,500

0.0 to 750.0

Input Temperature Ranges for CPM1A-TS101/102

The input type is selected with a rotary switch. The ranges for each of the input types are shown in the following table.

Range in

°

C Range in

°

F

Pt100

Item

JPt100

–200.0 to 650.0

–200.0 to 650.0

–300 to 1,200.0

–300 to 1,200.0

CPM2A Specifications

CPM1A-DRT21 DeviceNet I/O Link Unit

The CPM1A-DRT21 DeviceNet I/O Link Unit can be connected to the CPM2A to function as a slave under a DeviceNet Master

Unit. This enables an I/O Link with the Master Unit via 32 input and 32 output points.

CPM2A CPU Unit

DeviceNet Master Unit

CPM1A-DRT21 DeviceNet I/O Link Unit

CS1 j

, C200H j

,

CV-series or CVM1

PLC

Specifications

Item

Model number

Master/slave

I/O capacity to master

I/O memory allocated in CPM2A

Node address setting

Maximum number of nodes (depending on PC to which

Master Unit is mounted)

Connect up to 63 nodes

(with an CS1 Master Unit)

Specification

CPM1A-DRT21

DeviceNet slave

32 input and 32 output points

2 input words and 2 output words (same as other Expansion

Units)

DIP switch

(Set before turning ON power for the CPU Unit.)

CS1:

CVM1/CV:

63 nodes

32 nodes

C200HX/HG/HE: 25 nodes

C200HS: 16 nodes

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CPM2A Dimensions

CPM2A System Configuration Example

Up to three Expansion I/O Units or Expansion Units other than the CPM1A-TS002/102 Temperature Sensor Units and the CPM1A-

AD041/DA041 Analog I/O Units can be connected to a CPM2A CPU Unit. If a CPM1A-TS002/102 or a CPM1A-AD041/DA041 is connected to the CPU Unit, only one other Unit (and not a CPM1A-TS002/102 or a CPM1A-AD041/DA041) can be connected.

CPU Unit Expansion Unit or

Expansion I/O Unit

Expansion Unit or

Expansion I/O Unit

Expansion Unit or

Expansion I/O Unit

Expansion Unit Connection Groups

Group 1 (G1)

Expansion I/O Units

CPM1A-MAD01/11 Analog I/O Units

CompoBus/S I/O Link Units

CPM1A-TS001/TS101 Temperature Sensor Units

DeviceNet I/O Link Unit

Group 2 (G2)

CPM1A-TS002/TS102 Temperature Sensor Units

CPM1A-AD041/DA041 Analog I/O Units

The sequences in which Units in the above groups can be connected to the CPU Unit are shown in the following table.

Expansion Unit Group Combinations

Expansion sequence 1

G1

G2

G1

G1

Expansion sequence 2

G1

Expansion sequence 3

G2 Units cannot be connected after a

G1 Unit.

Note: 1. The mounting sequence does not affect the number of Units that can be mounted.

2. If the NT-AL001 RS-422 Adapter is connected to the RS-232C port, only one Expansion Unit or Expansion I/O Unit can be added.

3. If three CPM1A-MAD11/MAD01 Analog I/O Units are connected to a CPM2A-60CDR-A CPU Unit, keep the output capacity of the external power supply (24 VDC) to 200 mA or less.

CPM2A-20CD

j

-

j

/30CD

j

-

j

CPU Units

CPM2A Dimensions

CPU Units with DC Power CPU Units with AC Power

CPM2A-40CD

j

-

j

CPU Units

CPU Units with DC Power CPU Units with AC Power

CPM2A-60CD

j

-

j

CPU Units

CPU Units with DC Power CPU Units with AC Power

Note: All dimensions are in mm.

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CPM2A Dimensions

CPM1A-40ED

j

Expansion I/O Units

CPM1A-20ED

j

Expansion I/O Units CPM1A-8

jjj

Expansion I/O Units

CPM1A-DRT21 DeviceNet I/O Link Unit CPM1A-SRT21 CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit

The terminal block is included.

Note: All dimensions are in mm.

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CPM1A-MAD01 Analog I/O Unit

CPM2A Dimensions

CPM1A-MAD11/AD041/DA041 Analog I/O Unit

CPM1A-TS

jjj

Temperature Sensor Unit

CPM1-CIF01 RS-232C Adapter

Two, 4.8 dia.

CPM1-CIF11 RS-422 Adapter

Two, 4.8 dia.

Note: All dimensions are in mm.

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CPM2C Specifications

CPM2C General Specifications

Item

CPU Units with 10 I/O points (relay outputs)

CPU Units with 10 I/O points (transistor outputs)

CPU Unit Specification

CPU Units with 20 I/O points (relay outputs)

Supply voltage

Operating voltage range

Power consumption (Add

Expansion Unit consumption from following tables.)

24 VDC

20.4 to 26.4 VDC

4 W 3 W 4 W

Inrush current

Insulation resistance

25 A max.

20 M

min. (at 500 VDC) between isolated circuits

Dielectric strength 2,300 VAC for 1 min (between isolated circuits)

CPU Units with 20 I/O points (transistor outputs)

3 W

CPU Units with 32 I/O points (transistor out-

3 W

puts)

CPM2C-S CPU

Unit with 10

I/O points

(transistor

3 W

outputs)

Noise immunity

Vibration resistance

Conforms to IEC61000-4-4, 2 kV (power lines)

Conforming to JIS C0040: 10 to 57 Hz, 0.075-mm amplitude, 57 to 150 Hz, acceleration: 9.8 m/s

2

in X, Y, and Z directions for 80 minutes each (Time coefficient; 8 minutes

×

coefficient factor 10 = total time 80 minutes)

Shock resistance Conforming to JIS C0041: 147 m/s

2

three times each in X, Y, and Z directions

Ambient temperature

Humidity

Operating: 0

°

to 55

°

C

Storage: –20

°

to 75

°

C (except for the battery)

10% to 90% (with no condensation)

Atmosphere Must be free from corrosive gas

I/O interface

Power interrupt time

Terminal block Connector

2 ms min.

Terminal block Connector

200 g max.

200 g max.

250 g max.

Expansion I/O Unit with 10 I/O points (relay outputs)

200 g max.

200 g max.

200 g max.

160 g max.

Expansion I/O Unit with 20 I/O points (relay outputs)

Expansion I/O Units with 24 I/O points (transistor outputs)

Expansion I/O Unit with 32 I/O points (transistor outputs)

Expansion I/O Unit with 8 input points

200 g max.

200 g max.

200 g max.

150 g max.

Expansion I/O Unit with 16 input points 150 g max.

Expansion I/O Units with 8 output points (transistor outputs) 150 g max.

Expansion I/O Units with 16 output points (transistor outputs)

Expansion I/O Unit with 8 output points (relay outputs)

Simple Communications Unit

150 g max.

200 g max.

150 g max.

Peripheral/RS232C Adapter Unit

RS422/RS232C Adapter Unit

AC Power Supply Unit

Analog I/O Unit

Temperature Sensor Unit

CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit

150 g max.

150 g max.

250 g max.

200 g max.

200 g max.

150 g max.

CPM2C Specifications

CPM2C Power Consumption

Use the following power consumption tables to calculate the total power capacity required when using a CPM2C PC. The rated output for the CPM2C-PA201 AC Power Supply Unit is 15 W. Any surplus power not required for the PC directly can be used as service power supply for sensors and other devices.

CPM2C Power Supplies

Add the following consumptions when using Expansion I/O

Units.

CPU Unit Power consumption (W)

CPM2C-10C(1)DR-D 4

Expansion I/O Unit Power consumption (W)

CPM2C-20C(1)DR-D

CPM2C-S1 j

0C-DRT1

CPM2C-S1 j

0C

CPM2C-10C(1)DT(1) j

-D

CPM2C-20C(1)DT(1) j

-D

CPM2C-32C(1)DT(1) j

-D

4

3

3

3

3

3

CPM2C-10EDR

CPM2C-20EDR

CPM2C-24EDT(1) j

CPM2C-32EDT(1) j

CPM2C-MAD11

CPM2C-SRT21

1

2

1

1

3.5

1

The power consumption of the CPU Unit includes power for the

Programming Consoles and Adapter Units.

CPM2C-TS001/002

CPM2C-8ED j

/16ED j

CPM2C-8ER

CPM2C-8ET(1) j

/16ET(1) j

1.5

1

2

1

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CPM2C Characteristics

Item

CPU Units with 10 I/O points

(relay outputs)

CPU Units with 10 I/O points

(transistor outputs)

Stored program method

Cyclic scan with direct output (Immediate refreshing can be performed with IORF(97).)

Ladder diagram

CPU Units with 20 I/O points

(relay outputs)

CPU Unit Specification

CPU Units with 20 I/O points

(transistor outputs)

CPU Units with 32 I/O points

(transistor outputs)

CPM2C-S CPU Unit with 10

I/O points (transistor outputs)

Control method

I/O control method

Programming language

Instruction length

1 step per instruction, 1 to 5 words per instruction

Instructions

Execution time

Program capacity

I/O

CPU Unit only

With

Expansion

I/O Units

Input bits

Output bits

CompoBus/S input bits

CompoBus/S output bits

Work bits

Basic instructions: 14

Special instructions: 105 instructions, 185 variations

Basic instructions: 0.64

µ s (LD instruction)

Special instructions: 7.8

µ s (MOV instruction)

4,096 words

10 points

170 points max.

20 points

180 points max.

32 points

192 points max.

10 points

362 points max.

IR 00000 to IR 00915 (Words not used for input bits can be used for work bits.)

IR 01000 to IR 01915 (Words not used for output bits can be used for work bits.)

---

---

128 inputs:

IR 02000 to

IR 02715

128 outputs:

IR 03000 to

IR 03715

928 bits: IR 02000 to IR 04915 (Words IR 020 to IR 049) and

IR 20000 to IR 22715 (Words IR 200 to IR 227)

I/O bits not used for I/O be used for

672 bits: IR 02800 to IR 02915

(Words IR 028 to IR 029),

IR 03800 to IR 04915 (Words

IR 038 to IR 049)and

IR 20000 to IR 22715 (Words

IR 200 to IR 227

Special bits (SR area) 448 bits: SR 22800 to SR 25515 (Words SR 228 to SR 255)

Temporary bits (TR area)

8 bits (TR0 to TR7)

Holding bits (HR area) 320 bits: HR 0000 to HR 1915 (Words HR 00 to HR 19)

Auxiliary bits (AR area)

384 bits: AR 0000 to AR 2315 (Words AR 00 to AR 23)

Link bits (LR area) 256 bits: LR 0000 to LR 1515 (Words LR 00 to LR 15)

Timers/Counters 256 timers/counters (TIM/CNT 000 to TIM/CNT 255)

1-ms timers: TMHH(––)

10-ms timers: TIMH(15)

100-ms timers: TIM

1-s/10-s timers: TIML(––)

Decrementing counters: CNT

Reversible counters: CNTR(12)

Data memory Read/Write: 2,048 words (DM 0000 to DM 2047)*

Read-only: 456 words (DM 6144 to DM 6599)

PC Setup: 56 words (DM 6600 to DM 6655)

*The Error Log is contained in DM 2000 to DM 2021.

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CPM2C Specifications

CompoBus/S master functions

DeviceNet slave functions

Basic interrupts

Highspeed counter

HighInterrupt

CPU Units with 10 I/O points

(relay outputs)

---

CPU Units with 10 I/O points

(transistor outputs)

CPU Units with 20 I/O points

(relay outputs)

CPU Unit Specification

CPU Units with 20 I/O points

(transistor outputs)

CPU Units with 32 I/O points

(transistor outputs)

---

CPM2C-S CPU Unit with 10

I/O points (transistor outputs)

-----

Connects to up to 32 slaves with up to 256 I/O link points

DeviceNet remote I/O links

(See note.)

Up to 1,024 I/O link points

Explicit messages

Read/write of specified areas from PC with Master Unit

2 interrupts 2 interrupts 4 interrupts 4 interrupts 4 interrupts 2 interrupts

Shared by the external interrupt inputs (counter mode) and the quick-response inputs.

1 (Scheduled Interrupt Mode or Single Interrupt Mode) Interval timer interrupts

High-speed counter

One high-speed counter: 20 kHz single-phase or 5 kHz two-phase (linear count method)

Counter interrupt: 1 (set value comparison or set-value range comparison)

2 inputs 2 inputs 4 inputs 4 inputs 4 inputs 2 inputs counter i

(Counter mode)

Counter interrupts

Pulse output

Shared by the external interrupt inputs and the quick-response inputs.

2 inputs 2 inputs 4 inputs 4 inputs 4 inputs

Shared by the external interrupt inputs and the quick-response inputs.

2 inputs

Two points with no acceleration/deceleration, 10 Hz to 10 kHz each, and no direction control.

One point with trapezoid acceleration/deceleration, 10 Hz to 10 kHz, and direction control.

Two points with variable duty-ratio outputs (using PWM(––)).

Synchronized pulse control

(Pulse outputs can be used with transistor outputs only, they cannot be used with relay outputs.)

One point:

A pulse output can be created by combining the high-speed counter with pulse outputs and multiplying the frequency of the input pulses from the high-speed counter by a fixed factor.

(This output is possible with transistor outputs only, it cannot be used with relay outputs.) p 2 inputs

Input time constant

(ON response time =

OFF response time)

2 inputs 4 inputs 4 inputs 4 inputs 2 inputs

Shared by the external interrupt inputs and the interrupt inputs (counter mode).

Min. input pulse width: 50

µ s max.

Can be set for all input points.

(1 ms, 2 ms, 3 ms, 5 ms, 10 ms, 20 ms, 40 ms, or 80 ms)

Clock function

Communications functions

Shows the year, month, day of the week, day, hour, minute, and second. (Battery backup)

Peripheral port:

Supports Host Link, peripheral bus, no-protocol, or Programming Console connections.

Memory protection

RS-232C port:

Supports Host Link, no-protocol, 1:1 Slave Unit Link, 1:1 Master Unit Link, or 1:1 NT Link connections.

A CPM2C-CN111, CS1W-CN114, or CS1W-CN118 Connecting Cable, or an Interface Unit

(CPM2C-CIF01-V1 or CPM2C-CIF11) is required to connect to the CPM2C’s communications port.

HR area, AR area, program contents, read/write DM area contents, and counter values are maintained during power interruptions.

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Memory backup

CPU Units with 10 I/O points

(relay outputs)

CPU Units with 10 I/O points

(transistor outputs) points

(relay outputs)

CPU Unit Specification

CPU Units with 20 I/O

CPU Units with 20 I/O

Flash memory:

Program, read-only DM area, and PC Setup

points

(transistor outputs)

CPU Units with 32 I/O points

(transistor outputs)

CPM2C-S CPU Unit with 10

I/O points (transistor outputs)

Memory backup:

The read/write DM area, HR area, AR area, and counter values are backed up. With CPU Units that are equipped with a clock, the battery will backup memory for 2 years at 25

°

C. With CPU Units that are not equipped with a clock, if a battery is not installed, the internal capacitor will backup memory for 10 days at 25

°

C. If a battery (optional CPM2C-BAT01 Battery) is installed, it will backup memory for 5 years at 25

°

C.

CPU Unit failure (watchdog timer), I/O bus error, battery error, and memory failure Self-diagnostic functions

Program checks No END instruction, programming errors (checked when operation is started)

Note: CPM2C-S1 j

OC-DRT only.

CPM2C Specifications

CPM2C I/O Specifications

1. CPU Unit Input Specifications

Item

Input voltage

Units with 10 I/O points

24 VDC

+10%

/

–15%

Specifications

Units with 20 I/O points Units with 32 I/O points

Input numbers: 00000 to 00001

Input ance

Input current

IN00000 to IN00001: 2.7 k

IN00002 to IN00004: 3 9 k

IN00005: 4.7 k

IN00000 to IN00001: 2.7 k

IN00002 to IN00006: 3 9 k

IN00007 and up: 4.7 k

IN00000 to IN00001: 2.7 k

IN00002 to IN00006: 3 9 k

IN00007: 4.7 k

IN00100 to IN001007:4.7 k

Input LED

IN00000 to IN00001: 8 mA typical

IN00000 to IN00001: 8 mA typical

IN00000 to IN00001: 8 mA typical

Units with 20/32 I/O points: 00002 to 00006

IN00005: typical

5 mA IN00007 and up: typical

5 mA IN00007: typical

5 mA

IN00100 to IN001007:5 mA typical

ON voltrent t

IN00000 to IN00001: 17 VDC min., 5 mA

Input LED

Units with 10 I/O points: 00005

Units with 20 I/O points: 00007 to 00011

OFF voltage/ current

5.0 VDC max., 1.1 mA

ON delay

1 to 80 ms max. Default: 10 ms (See note.)

OFF delay

1 to 80 ms max. Default: 10 ms (See note.)

Note:

The input time constant can be set to 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 20, 40, or 80 ms in the PC Setup.

High-speed Counter Inputs

The following CPU Unit input bits can be used as high-speed counter inputs. The maximum count frequency is 5 kHz in differential phase mode and

20 kHz in the other modes.

Function

IN00000

IN00001

IN00002

Differential phase mode

A-phase pulse input

Pulse plus direction input mode

Pulse input

Up/down input mode

Increment pulse input

Increment mode

Increment pulse input

B-phase pulse input Direction input Decrement pulse input Normal input

Z-phase pulse input or hardware reset input (IN00002 can be used as a normal input when it is not used as a high-speed counter input.)

Interrupt Inputs

CPM2C PCs have inputs that can be used as interrupt inputs (interrupt input mode or counter mode) and quick-response inputs. The minimum pulse width for these inputs is 50

µ s.

In CPU Units with 10 I/O points, inputs IN00003 and IN00004 can be used as interrupt inputs. In CPU Units with 20 or 32 I/O points, inputs IN00003 through IN00006 can be used as interrupt inputs.

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CPM2C-S

Communications Specifications

DeviceNet

Item

Communications method

Connection types

Baud rate

Communications media

Communications distances

Specification

DeviceNet

Multi-drop or T-branch (See note 1.)

125, 250, or 500 kbps (set via switch)

Special 5-wire cable (2 signal lines, 2 power supply lines, 1 shield)

Baud rate

500 kbit/s

250 kbit/s

125 kbit/s

Max. network length

(See notes 2 and 3.)

100 m max.

250 m max.

500 m max.

Branch length

6 m max.

6 m max.

6 m max.

Total branch length

39 m max.

78 m max.

156 m max.

Maximum number of nodes

Error control

64 nodes (Including master, max. slaves: 63)

CRC, node address duplications, scan list verification

Note: 1. Terminating resistance required.

2. Distance to farthest node.

3. If Thin Cable is used, 100 m maximum.

CPM2C Specifications

CompoBus/S

Item

Communications method

Code

Connection types

Baud rate

Communications cycle time

High-speed

Communications Mode

Long-distance

Communications Mode

Communications media

Communications distances

Specification

CompoBus/S protocol

Manchester

Multi-drop or T-branch (See note 1.)

High-speed Communications Mode: 750 kbps

Long-distance Communications Mode: 93.75 kbps (See note 2.)

0.5 ms with 8 input slaves and 8 output slaves

0.8 ms with 16 input slaves and 16 output slaves

4.0 ms with 8 input slaves and 8 output slaves

6.0 ms with 16 input slaves and 16 output slaves

2-conductor cable (VCTF0.75X2), 4-conductor cable (VCTF0.75X4), or special flat cable

2-conductor VCTF Cable

Communications mode

Trunk line Branch lines Total of branch lines

High-speed

Long-distance

100 m max.

500 m max.

3 m max.

6 m max.

50 m max.

120 m max.

4-conductor VCTF Cable/Special Flat Cable

Communications mode

High-speed (See note 3.)

Trunk line

30 m max.

Long-distance

(See note 4.)

Branch lines

3 m max.

Total of branch lines

30 m max.

Flexible branching to a maximum of 200 m total cable length.

Maximum number of nodes

Error control

32

Manchester code check, frame length check, parity check

Note: 1. Terminating resistance required.

2. Set in DM Area (default: 750 kbps).

3. Maximum total length is 100 m and maximum branch length is 50 m for 16 nodes or less.

4. There are no restrictions in branching, trunk length, branch length, or total branch length. Connect terminating resistance to node farthest from master.

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2. Expansion I/O Unit Input Specifications

Input voltage

Item

Input impedance

Input current

ON voltage/current

OFF voltage/current

ON delay

OFF delay

Circuit configuration

Specification

24 VDC

+10%

/

–15%

4.7 k

5 mA typical

14.4 VDC min., 3.5 mA

5.0 VDC max., 1.1 mA

1 to 80 ms max. Default: 10 ms (See note.)

1 to 80 ms max. Default: 10 ms (See note.)

IN

4.7 k

750

COM

Input LED

Note: The input time constant can be set to 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 20, 40, or 80 ms in the PC Setup.

CPM2C Output Specifications (CPU Units and Expansion I/O Units)

1. Relay Output

Item

Max. switching capacity

Min. switching capacity

Service life of relay

ON delay

OFF delay

Circuit configuration

Specification

2 A, 250 VAC (cos

φ

= 1)

2 A, 24 VDC

(4 A/common)

10 mA, 5 VDC

Electrical: 150,000 operations (24-VDC resistive load)

100,000 operations (240-VAC inductive load, cos

φ

= 0.4)

20,000,000 operations Mechanical:

15 ms max.

15 ms max.

Output LED

OUT

Internal circuits

COM

OUT

COM

2. Transistor Outputs (Sinking or Sourcing) for CPU Units and Expansion I/O Units

Item Specification

Max. switching capacity CPU Units with 10 or 20 I/O Points

01000 to 01007: 40 mA at 4.5 VDC to 300 mA at 20.4 VDC, 300 mA (20.4 to 26.4 V)

CPU Units with 32 I/O Points

01000 to 01007: 40 mA at 4.5 VDC to 300 mA at 20.4 VDC, 300 mA (20.4 to 26.4 V)

01100 to 01107: 40 mA at 4.5 VDC to 100 mA at 20.4 VDC, 100 mA (20.4 to 26.4 V) (See note.)

Expansion I/O Units

01 j

00 to 01 j

07: 40 mA at 4.5 VDC to 300 mA at 20.4 VDC, 300 mA (20.4 to 26.4 V)

01 j

08 to 01 j

15: 40 mA at 4.5 VDC to 100 mA at 20.4 VDC, 100 mA (20.4 to 26.4 V) (See note.)

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CPM2C Specifications

Item Specification

Min. switching capacity 0.5 mA

Max. inrush current 0.9 A for 10 ms (charging and discharging waveform)

Leakage current

Residual voltage

ON delay

OFF delay

0.1 mA max.

0.8 V max.

OUT01000 and OUT01001: 20

µ s max.

OUT01002 and up: 0.1 ms max.

OUT01000 and OUT01001: 40

µ s max. for 4.5 to 26.5 V, 10 to 300 mA

0.1 ms max. for 4.5 to 30 V, 0.5 to 10 mA

Fuse

Circuit configuration

OUT01002 and up: 1 ms max.

1 fuse for each 2 outputs (The fuse cannot be replaced by the user.)

Sinking Outputs

Load

Sourcing Outputs

Output LED

Load

Output LED

Note: Connect dummy resistance as required and maintain the load current between 10 and 150 mA when using 01000 and 01001 for pulse outputs. The ON/OFF response time will increase if the load current is below 10 mA, preventing outputting highspeed pulses. The transistors will heat if the output current is greater than 150 mA, possibly destroying the elements.

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CPM2C Specifications

CPM2C-PA201 AC Power Supply Unit

The CPM2C-PA201 is a slim and compact AC Power Supply Unit of the same shape as the CPM2C’s CPU Unit. It can be connected simply using the connecting cable (23 cm) provided. It can also be used for CPM1A and CPM2A CPU Units and as display power supply (wired by the user).

AC Power Supply Unit AC Power Supply Unit

Service power supply for external devices such as sensors (24 V).

Attached connecting cable

CPM2C Specifications

CPM2C-PA201 AC Power Supply Unit Specifications

Item

Rated output

Output voltage

Output current

Efficiency

Input conditions Rated voltage

Allowable voltage range i i

Frequency

Current current

100 V

200 V

100 V

200 V

Inrush current

100 V

200 V

Output voltage accuracy

Minimum output current

Ripple noise voltage

Input fluctuation

Load fluctuation

Temperature fluctuation

Startup time

Output hold time

Overcurrent protection

Overvoltage protection

Ambient operating temperature

Ambient storage temperature

Ambient operating humidity

Dielectric strength

Insulation resistance

Vibration resistance

Shock resistance

Noise terminal voltage

Weight

Specification

15 W

24 V

600 mA

75% min. (at rated output)

100 to 240 VAC

85 to 264 VAC

47 to 63 Hz

0.4 A

0.2 A

0.5 mA max. (at rated output)

1 mA max. (at rated output)

15 A max. (at 25

°

C cold start)

30 A max. (at 25

°

C cold start)

10%/–15% (including input, load, and temperature fluctuations)

30 mA

2% (p-p) max.

0.75% max.

4% max.

0.05%/

°

C max.

300 ms max. (at input voltage of 100 VAC or 200 VAC and the rated output)

10 ms (at input voltage of 100 VAC or 200 VAC and the rated output)

Self-resetting, operates at 105% to 335% of the rated current, suspended and independent operation

None

0

°

to 55

°

C

–20

°

to 75

°

C (no condensation or icing)

10% to 90% (no condensation)

2,000 V for 1 min between all inputs and GR

Leakage current: 10 mA

3,000 V for 1 min between all inputs and all outputs

Leakage current: 10 mA

1,000 V for 1 min between all outputs and GR

Leakage current: 10 mA

100 M

min. at 500 VDC between all outputs and any input, and between all outputs and GR

10 to 57 Hz, amplitude, 57 to 150 Hz, acceleration: 9.8 m/s

2

in X, Y, and Z directions for 80 minutes according

(Time coefficient: 8 minutes

×

coefficient factor 10 = total time 80 min.)

147 m/s

2

3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions

FCC class A

250 g max.

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CPM2C Specifications

CPM2C-MAD11 Analog I/O Unit

Up to four CPM2C-MAD11 Analog I/O Units can be connected to the CPM2C. Each Unit provides 2 analog inputs and 1 analog output, i.e., up to 8 analog inputs and 4 analog outputs can be supported by one CPM2C.

Example Application: Packaging Machines

Specifications

i t

Item

Number of inputs

Input signal ranges

Maximum rated input

External input impedance

Resolution t t

Converted A/D data

Averaging

Disconnected line detection

Number of outputs

Output signal ranges

External output allowed load resistance

External output impedance

Resolution

D/A data setting

Conversion time

Isolation method

Power consumption

Weight

Voltage I/O Current I/O

2 (allocated 2 words)

0 to 5 V, 1 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V

±

15 V

1 M

min.

1/6,000 (full scale)

25

°

C:

0 to 55

°

C:

±

±

0.3% of full scale

0.6% of full scale

0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA

±

30 mA

Approx. 250

25

°

C:

±

0.4% of full scale

0 to 55

°

C:

±

0.8% of full scale

Binary data (4-digit hexadecimal)

–10 to 10 V: F448 to 0BB8 Hex full scale

Other: 0000 to 1770 Hex full scale

Supported (set for each input with DIP switch)

Supported

1 (allocated 1 word)

1 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V

1 k

min.

0.5

max.

1/6,000 (full scale)

0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA

600

---

25

°

C:

±

0.4% of full scale

0 to 55

°

C:

±

0.8% of full scale

Binary data (4-digit hexadecimal)

–10 to 10 V:

Other:

F448 to 0BB8 Hex full scale

0000 to 1770 Hex full scale

max.

2 ms/point (6 ms/all analog I/O)

Photocoupler isolation between analog I/O and internal circuits. (Individual analog I/O signals are not isolated.)

3.5 W

200 g max.

CPM2C Specifications

CPM2C-SRT21 CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit

The CPM2C PC can function as a Slave to a CompoBus/S Master Unit (or SRM1 CompoBus/S Master Control Unit) when a

CPM2C-SRT21 CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit is connected. The

CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit establishes an I/O link of 8 inputs and

8 outputs between the Master Unit and the CPM2C. Up to 3 Expansion I/O Units or Expansion Units can be connected to a

CPM2C CPU Unit.

CompoBus/S Master Unit

(or SRM1 CompoBus/S

Master Control Unit)

CPM2C

CPU Unit

CS1 j

, C200H j

,

CQM1 (H), SRM1, or

CPM2C-S PLC

Special flat cable or VCTF cable

CPM2C-SRT21

CompoBus/S I/O

Link Unit

Up to 16 Slaves can be connected.

(Up to 8 Slaves with the CQM1-SRM21-V1.)

Specifications

Item

Model number

Master/Slave

Number of I/O bits

Number of words occupied in

CPM2C I/O memory

Node number setting

Power consumption

Weight

Specification

CPM2C-SRT21

CompoBus/S Slave

8 input bits, 8 output bits

1 input word, 1 output word

(Allocated in the same way as other Expansion I/O Units or Expansion Units)

Set using the DIP switch.

1 W

150 g

Note: See the CompoBus/S Catalog (Q103) for more details on CompoBus/S communications.

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CPM2C Specifications

CPM2C-TS001/TS101 Temperature Sensor Units

Up to four CPM2C-TS001/TS101 Temperature Sensor Units can be connected to the CPM2C. Each Unit provides 2 input points for temperature sensors, including thermocouples or temperature resistance thermometers , i.e., up to 8 temperature sensors can be input to one CPM2C.

Application Examples:

Foodstuff Equipment and Packaging Machines

Specifications

Item

Temperature sensor Thermocouple

CPM2C-TS001

Input types

Number of inputs

Accuracy

Conversion cycle

Converted temperature data

Isolation method

K or J selectable (The same input type must be used for all inputs.)

2 (2 words allocated)

±

0.5% or

±

2

°

C of the stored value whichever is larger

±

1 digit max. (see note)

250 ms/2 inputs

Binary data (4-digit hexadecimal)

Photocoupler isolation between input signals

Power consumption 1.5 W

Weight 200 g max.

CPM2C-TS002

Temperature resistance thermometer

Pt100, JPt1100 selectable (The same input type must be used for all inputs.)

±

0.5% or

±

1

°

C of the stored value whichever is larger (see note)

±

1 digit max.

Note: Accuracy for K thermocouples at temperatures less than –100

°

C:

±

4

°

C

±

1 digit max.

Input Temperature Ranges for CPM2C-TS001

The input type is selected with a rotary switch. The ranges for each of the input types are shown in the following table.

Item Range in

°

C Range in

°

F

K

J

–200 to 1,300

0.0 to 500.0

–100 to 850

0.0 to 400.0

–300 to 2,300

0.0 to 900.0

–100 to 1,500

0.0 to 750.0

Input Temperature Ranges for CPM2C-TS101

The input type is selected with a rotary switch. The ranges for each of the input types are shown in the following table.

Range in

°

C Range in

°

F

Pt100

Item

JPt100

–200.0 to 650.0

–200.0 to 650.0

–300 to 1,200.0

–300 to 1,200.0

CPM2C Specifications

CPM2C-CIF21 Simple Communications Unit

Easy initial settings enable data exchange between the CPM2C and components.

CPM2C-CIF21

PT

E5GN Temperature Controller K3GN Digital Panel Meter

H8GN Electronic Timer/Counter

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CPM2C Specifications

Connectable Devices

A Wide Range of Devices Supporting CompoWay/F or SYSWAY Communications

ClassificaProduct Model SYSWAY Remarks

W /F

Controllers Temperature Controllers E5GN

E5CN

E5EN

E5AN

Modular Temperature

Controller

E5ZN

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

1

1

1

1

---

Segments

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

---

---

---

---

---

Timers

P l

Digital Controllers for

E5CK

E5EK

E5AK

E5EK

E5AK type

Digtal Controllers for

E5CK-T

E5EK-T

E5AK-T

E5EK-T programmable

E5AK-T

Temperature Controllers

E5EJ

Fuzzy Temperature

Controller

E5AJ

E5AF

Electronic Timer/Counter H8GN

Digital Panel Meter K3GN

Process Meter K3NX

Weighing Meter K3NV

Frequency/Rate Meter

Period Meter

K3NR

K3NP

Up/Down Counter Meter K3NC

Temperature Meter K3NH

Intelligent Signal

Processor

K3TS

Limited: Connection possible for limited functions.

Note: 1. SYSWAY segment 1 and SYSWAY segment 2 can be combined.

2. When a K3TS is connected, connect the other components via SYSWAY as well.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

1

1

1

1

1

---

---

---

---

---

1

1

1

2

2

2

2

2

---

---

2

2

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Limited

Limited

Limited

Limited

Limited

Limited

No

---

---

---

Valve system

---

---

---

--ns not supported.

---

---

---

---

---

---

Some cannot be d ith

(options).

CompoWay/F can be read.

SYSWAY communicatio ns only (See note 2.)

CPM2C Specifications

CMP2C-CIF21 Simple Communications Unit

Component Parameters Supported for Communications

The communications protocol for components can be set in the CPM2C’s DM Area to CompoWay/F or SYSWAY. The data that can be read and written depends on the protocol that is set.

CompoWay/F

Reading and writing is possible for all component data (except for some Digital Panel Meters). The amount of data that can be read/ written in one operation per component is limited to 12 data items for reading and 12 data items for writing. Reading and writing is enabled by setting the address for each parameter in DM.

SYSWAY

Reading and writing is possible for the data shown in the following table.

1: Controllers Read

Write

Read

Write

Read/write Item

Present temperature Yes

Status Yes

Temperature set value Yes

Alarm 1 set value

Alarm 2 set value

1

Proportional band

Integral time

Derivative time

Heater current

Heater current status

Temperature set value Yes

Operation command

Alarm 1 set value

Alarm 2 set value

Proportional band

Integral time

Derivative time

Heater burnout detection value

Display value

Display status

Yes

Yes

Peak hold

Peak hold status

Bottom hold

Bottom hold status

HH comparison value

H comparison value

L comparison value

LL comparison value

Operation command

HH comparison value

H comparison value

L comparison value

LL comparison value

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

2

Command group

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

3

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

4

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

5

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

The command groups for which reading or writing is performed are determined by settings in the DM area.

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CPM2C Specifications

CPM2C-CIF21 Simple Communications Unit Specifications

Item Specification

Applicable PLC

Baud rate for connection to components

CPM2C

RS-485/422 (top port)

Maximum number of connectable components

32

Component connection port Components connected to RS-485/422 terminal block. Connected to

CPM2C CPU Unit via peripheral port (see diagram below).

9.6, 19.2, 38.4, or 57.6 kbps

9.6 or 19.2 kbps

Power supply

Baud rate for connection to

CPU Unit p ) Signal conversion

Communications functions

Output from CPU Unit’s RS-232C interface with no conversion

One of the following: Host Link, no-protocol, 1:1 Link, 1:1 NT Link

From CPU Unit

Power consumption

Weight

1 W

150 g max.

Internal Configuration

CPM2C-CIF21 CPM2C CPU Unit

RS-485/422 port

(terminal block)

CMOS level

RS-422 conversion

Internal microcomputer

Peripheral port

(CMOS level)

RS-232C port

(RS-232C)

RS-232C port

(D-sub connector)

CPM2C Specifications

CPM2C-CIF01-V1

Peripheral/RS-232C Adapter Unit

CPM2C-CIF01-V1

Peripheral connector

Communications connector

CPM2C-CIF11

RS-422/RS-232C Adapter Unit

CPM2C-CIF11

RS-422 port

(terminal block)

Communications connector

RS-232C port

(D-sub 9-pin connector)

RS-232C port

(D-sub 9-pin connector)

CPM2C

CPU Unit

CPM2C

CPU Unit

Internal Configuration

CPM2C-CIF01-V1

CMOS level

CMOS level

RS-232C conversion

CPM2C CPU Unit

Peripheral port

(CMOS level)

CPM2C-CIF11

CPM2C CPU Unit

Peripheral port

(CMOS level)

Peripheral port

(CMOS/

RS-232C)

RS-232C port

(RS-232C)

RS-232C port

(RS-232C)

RS-422 port

RS-232C port

CMOS level

RS-422 conversion

RS-232C port

Note: When using the CS1W-CN226/CN626 Connecting

Cable for personal computer connection, turn ON the switch.

Note: A Programming Console cannot be connected to the

RS-422 port.

CPM2C-CIF01-V1/CIF11 Specifications

Item

Upper port

Signal conversion

Function

Lower port Signal conversion

Function

Power supply

Current consumption

Weight

CPM2C-CIF01-V1

Outputs signals from the CPU Unit’s CMOS interface without conversion, or converts

CMOS level (CPU Unit side) to RS-232C

(connected device side).

Host Link, peripheral bus, no-protocol, or

Programming Console connections.

Outputs signals from the CPU Unit’s CMOS interface without conversion.

Host Link, no-protocol, 1:1 Link, or 1:1 NT

Link connections.

Power supplied from CPU Unit.

0.3 A max. at 5 V

150 g max.

Specification

CPM2C-CIF11

Converts CMOS level (CPU Unit side) to

RS-422 (connected device side).

RS-422 (externally connected device) insulated using DC/DC converter or photocoupler.

Host Link, peripheral bus, or no-protocol connections.

Outputs signals from the CPU Unit’s CMOS interface without conversion.

Host Link, no-protocol, 1:1 Link, or 1:1 NT Link connections.

Note: Neither the CPM2C-CIF01-V1 nor the CPM2C-CIF11 can be used with any PC other than the CPM2C. A CPM2C-CIF11 or another CPM2C-CIF01-V1 cannot be connected to the CPM2C if a CPM2C-CIF01-V1 is already connected to it.

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CPM2C Specifications

Number of Connectable Units

Up to 5 Units can be connected to a CPM2C CPU Unit except for the CPM2C-S1 j

OC-DRT Programmable Slave and

CPM2C-S1 j

OC CompoBus/S Master Unit, which are limited to

3 Units. The number of words that can be used by Expansion

Units, however, is limited, and these limits must not be exceeded.

Model

CPU Units except those listed below

Max.

No.

of

Units

5

Applicable I/O words

Inputs: IR 001 to IR 009

(CPU Unit uses IR 000)

Outputs: IR 011 to IR 019

(CPU Unit uses IR 010)

Number of I/O Words Allocated to

Expansion Units

Unit Model number Input words

U i

CPM2C-8ED j

CPM2C-16ED j

CPM2C-8ER

CPM2C-8ET(1) j

CPM2C-16ET(1) j

CPM2C-10EDR

1

1

---

---

---

1

CPM2C-24EDT(1) j

1

CPM2C-20EDR 1

CPM2C-32EDT(1) j

1

Analog I/O Unit CPM2C-MAD11 2

CPU Units with 32 I/O points

(CMP2C-32CDT j

C-D)

5 Inputs: IR 002 to IR 009

(CPU Unit uses IR 000 and IR 001) U i

Outputs: IR 012 to IR 019

(CPU Unit uses IR 010 and IR 011)

CPM2C-S1 j

OC-DRT

Programmable Slave and CPM2C-S1 j

OC

CompoBus/S Master

Unit

3 Inputs: IR 001 to IR 009

(CPU Unit uses IR 000)

Outputs: IR 011 to IR 019

(CPU Unit uses IR 010)

Note: 1. An AC Power Supply Unit can be used for the CPU Units.

CompoBus/S I/O

Link Unit

CPM2C-TS001

CPM2C-TS101

CPM2C-SRT21

2

2

1

Output words

---

---

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

---

---

1

2. The CPM2C-CIF01-V1/CIF11/CIF21 can be used with the CPU Units

Word Allocation Examples

CMP2C-20CDTC-D CPU Unit

5 Units max.

CPU Unit

Unit

CPU Unit

Expansion

I/O Unit

Expansion

Output Unit

Analog I/O

Unit

Temperature

Sensor Unit

CompoBus/S

I/O Link Unit

Model number Inputs Outputs

CPM2C-20CDTC-D IR 000 IR 010

CPM2C-24EDTC IR 001 IR 011

CPM2C-16ETC

CPM2C-MAD11

CPM2C-TS001

CPM2C-SRT21

---

IR 002

IR 003

IR 004

IR 005

IR 006

IR 012

IR 013

---

IR 014

CPM2C Specifications

CMP2C-32CDTC-D CPU Unit

5 Units max.

CPU Unit

CMP2C-S100-DRT Programmable Slave

3 Units max.

CPU Unit

Unit

CPU Unit

Expansion

I/O Unit

Expansion

Output Unit

Analog I/O

Unit

Temperature

Sensor Unit

CompoBus/S

I/O Link Unit

Model number

CPM2C-32CDTC-D IR 000

IR 001

CPM2C-24EDTC

Inputs Outputs

IR 002

IR 010

IR 011

IR 012

CPM2C-16ETC

CPM2C-MAD11

CPM2C-TS001

CPM2C-SRT21

---

IR 003

IR 004

IR 005

IR 006

IR 007

IR 013

IR 014

---

IR 015

Unit

Programmable

Slave

Expansion I/O

Unit

Expansion

Output Unit

Analog I/O

Unit

Model number

CPM2C-S100-DRT

CPM2C-24EDTC

CPM2C-16ETC

CPM2C-MAD11

Inputs

IR 000

IR 001

---

Outputs

IR 010

IR 011

IR 012

IR 002

IR 003

IR 013

Note: Words allocated for CompoBus/S I/O are not affected by the Expansion Units that are connected.

CompoBus/S inputs: IR 20 to IR 27

CompoBus/S outputs: IR 30 to IR 37

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CPM2C Dimensions

CPU Units

CPU Units with Relay Outputs

(CPM2C-10C(1) DR-D, CPM2C-20C(1)DR-D)

CPU Units with Transistor Outputs

(CPM2C-10C(1)DT(1)C-D, CPM2C-10C(1)DT(1)M-D,

CPM2C-20C(1)DT(1)C-D, CPM2C-20C(1)DT(1)M-D,

CPM2C-32CDT(1)C-D, CPM2C-32CDT(1)M-D)

CPU Units with Relay Outputs

(CPM2C-S1

j

0C)

CPU Units with Transistor Outputs

(CPM2C-S1

j

0C-DRT)

Note: All dimensions are in mm.

CPM2C Dimensions

Expansion I/O Units

Units with Relay Outputs

(CPM2C-8ER, CPM2C-10EDR, CPM2C-20EDR)

Units with Transistor Outputs

(CPM2C-24EDT(1)C, CPM2C-24EDT(1)M,

CPM2C-32EDT(1)C, CPM2C-32EDT(1)M)

Units with Transistor Outputs Only and Units with Inputs Only

(CPM2C-8ED(1), CPM2C-8ET(1)C, CPM2C-8ET(1)M,

CPM2C-16ED(1), CPM2C-16ET(1)C, CPM2C-16ET(1)M)

Note: All dimensions are in mm.

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CPM2C Dimensions

AC Power Supply Unit

(CPM2C-PA201)

Analog I/O Unit

(CPM2C-MAD11)

Temperature Sensor Unit

(CPM2C-TS001, CPM2C-TS101)

CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit

(CPM2C-SRT21)

Simple Communications Unit

(CPM2C-CIF21)

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Peripheral/RS-232C Adapter Unit

(CPM2C-CIF01-V1)

CPM2C Dimensions

RS-422/RS-232C Adapter Unit

(CPM2C-CIF11)

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Functions

The illustrations in this section show CPM2A PCs, but the same functions are available in

CPM2C PCs unless otherwise stated.

Interrupts

The CPM2A and CPM2C provide the following kinds of interrupt processing.

Interrupt Inputs

Interrupt programs are executed when inputs to the CPU Unit’s built-in input points (00003 to 00006) are turned from OFF to ON.

Interrupt subroutine numbers 000 to 003 are allocated to input points 00003 to 00006.

Interval Timer Interrupts

Interval timer interrupt programs are executed with a precision of 0.1 ms. Interrupt subroutine numbers 000 to 049 are allocated by instructions.

Count-up Interrupts

Input signals to the CPU Unit’s built-in input points (00003 to 00006) are counted at high speed (up to 2 kHz), and the normal program is stopped and an interrupt program is executed when the count reaches the SV. Interrupt subroutine numbers 000 to 003 are allocated to input points 00003 to 00006.

Count-check Interrupts Using the High-speed Counter

Pulse inputs to the CPU Unit’s built-in input points (00000 to 00002) are counted at high speed (up to 20 kHz or 5 kHz), and an interrupt program is executed when the present value matches the target value or falls within a given range. Interrupt subroutine numbers

000 to 049 are allocated by instructions.

Interval Timer Interrupts

The CPM2A/CPM2C has one interval timer (precision: 0.1 ms) that can be set from 0.5 ms to 319,968 ms. There are two interrupt modes: the single-interrupt mode, in which a single interrupt is executed when the time is up, and the scheduled-interrupt mode, in which interrupts are executed at regular intervals.

Interval timer interrupt

Normal program

Interrupt program

Subroutine

Operation

Item Single-interrupt mode Scheduled-interrupt mode

Interrupt is executed once when time has elapsed.

Interrupts are executed at regular intervals.

Set time 0.5 to 319,968 ms (Unit: 0.1 ms)

Interrupt response time 0.3 ms (from when time has elapsed until execution of interrupt program)

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Functions

High-speed Counters

The CPM2A/CPM2C CPU Unit has a built-in high-speed counter that can count input pulses at up to 20 kHz. When combined with the interrupt function, the high-speed counter can be used for target-value comparison or range comparison control that is unaffected by the cycle time.

Counter inputs

Reset inputs (for differential phase inputs)

Sensor

Rotary encoder

(such as E6C2-C)

Input

00000

00002

Response frequency

5 kHz

20 kHz

Input mode (count value) Counter PV

Storage

Control method

Differential phase input mode (-8,388,608 to 8,388,607) SR 248 and SR 249 Target value

Pulse + direction input mode (-8,388,608 to 8,388,607)

Up/down pulse input mode (-8,388,608 to 8,388,607)

Increment mode (0 to 16,777,215) interrupts

Range comparison interrupts

Interrupt Inputs (Counter Mode)

The four built-in interrupt inputs in the CPM2A/CPM2C’s CPU Unit can be used in counter mode to count inputs of up to 2 kHz. These inputs can be used as either incrementing counters or decrementing counters and can trigger an interrupt (i.e., execute an interrupt subroutine) when the count matches the set value.

Counter input

Input

00003

00004

00005

00006

Counter number

Set value location

Counter 0 SR 240

Counter 1 SR 241

Counter 2 SR 242

Counter 3 SR 243

Present value location

SR 244

SR 245

SR 246

SR 247

Response frequency

2 kHz

Input mode (count value) Control method

( ) p i interrupts

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Functions

Pulse Outputs

The CPM2A/CPM2C has two pulse outputs. The PC Setup can be set to use these outputs as two single-phase outputs without acceleration and deceleration, two variable duty-ratio pulse outputs, or pulse outputs with trapezoidal acceleration/deceleration (one pulse + direction output and one up/down pulse output). The pulse output’s PV coordinate system can also be specified in the PC

Setup as either relative or absolute.

Stepping motor

Motor controller

Pulse outputs

Item Single-phase pulse output

Variable duty-ratio pulse

Single-phase pulse output with trapezoidal acceleration/deceleration

Controlling instruction(s) PULS(65) and

SPED(64)

Output

01000

accel/decel

Pulse output 0

(See note.)

01001 Pulse output 1

(See note.)

Output frequency range 10 Hz to 10 kHz

Pitch 10 Hz

Duty ratio 50%

PWM(––)

Pulse output 0

(See note.)

Pulse output 1

(See note.)

Pulse + direction output

PULS(65) and ACC(––)

Pulse

Pulse output

Direction output

0.1 Hz to 999.9 Hz 10 Hz to 10 kHz

0.1 Hz 10 Hz

0 to 100% 50%

Note: With single-phase pulse outputs, pulse outputs 0 and 1 can each be output independently.

Up/down pulse output

Pulse

CW pulse output

CCW pulse output

10 Hz to 10 kHz

10 Hz

50%

Functions

Synchronized Pulse Control

The CPM2A/CPM2C’s high-speed counter function can be combined with the pulse output function to generate an output pulse at a specified multiple of the input pulse frequency. (The expansion instructions must be read from the CPM2A/CPM2C when using the

SSS.)

Pulse input

00000 or 00001

Counter input

20 kHz max.

Packaging or processing machine

Product supply conveyor

Main motor

Rotary encoder

Motor driver

10 kHz max.

Pulse output 01000 or 01001

(single-phase output)

Input number

Input method

Item

00000

00001

Input frequency range

Output frequency range

Frequency ratio (scaling factor)

Synchronized control cycle 10 ms

Note

1. Can be used as an ordinary input.

2. The accuracy is

±

10 Hz when the input frequency is 10 kHz or less.

Input mode

Phase differential input mode

A-phase input

B-phase input

Pulse + direction input mode

Count input

Direction input

Up/down pulse input mode

CW input

CCW input

Increment mode

Count input

See note 1.

Phase differential quadruple input

Single-phase input Single-phase input

10 Hz to 500 Hz (accuracy

±

1 Hz)

20 Hz to 1 kHz (accuracy

±

1 Hz)

300 Hz to 20 kHz (accuracy

±

25 Hz) (See note 2.)

Single-phase input

10 Hz to 10 kHz (accuracy 10 Hz)

1 % to 1,000% (Can be specified in units of 1%.)

Quick-response Inputs

The CPM2A CPU Units and CPM2C CPU Units with 20 I/O points have four inputs that can be used for quick-response inputs. The

CPM2C CPU Units with 10 I/O points have two inputs that can be used for quick response inputs. These inputs are shared with interrupt inputs and 2-kHz high-speed counter inputs. Quick-response inputs are received into an internal buffer, so signals that change status within a cycle can be received.

Input terminal

(00003)

Overseeing

Program execution

I/O refreshing

Overseeing

Program execution

I/O refreshing

Input number

00003

00004

00005

00006

Min. input signal

50

µ s

00003

1 cycle

Inputs 00003 through 00006 can be used as interrupt inputs, 2-kHz high-speed counter inputs, or quick-response inputs. These inputs can be used as ordinary inputs if they are not used as interrupt inputs, 2-kHz high-speed counter inputs, or quick-response inputs.

Inputs 00005 and 00006 cannot be used with the CPM2C CPU Unit with 10 I/O points.

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Functions

Analog Controls (CPM2A Only)

The CPM2A CPU Unit has two analog controls that can be used for a wide range of timer and counter analog settings. As these controls are turned, values from 0 to 200 (BCD) are stored in the SR Area.

Control Storage area

Analog control 0 SR 250

Analog control 1 SR 251

Set value (BCD)

0000 to 0200

0000 to 0200

Clock Function

The CPM2A and some CPM2Cs have a built-in clock (accuracy:

±

1 minute/month) that allows the date and time to be read from the ladder program. The time can be overwritten from a Programming Console or other Programming Device, but the CPM2A is also equipped with a 30-second Compensation Bit. The time will be rounded off to the nearest minute when this bit is turned ON, so the time can be set very accurately by turning ON this bit when the “time tone” is heard on the radio.

(The CPM2C CPU Units have models with the clock function and models without.)

AR17

15 8 7 0

Hour Minute

AR18

AR19

AR20

AR21

Minute

Date

Second

Hour

Year Month

Day of week

2 digits BCD each.

(Only the last 2 digits of the year are displayed.)

00 to 06: Sunday to Saturday

AR2115 Clock Set Bit

AR2114 Clock Stop Bit

AR2113 30-second Adjustment Bit

Additional Timer Functions

VERY HIGH-SPEED TIMER

(Units: 1 ms)

LONG TIMER

(Units: 1 s or 10 s)

Starts a very high-speed decrementing ON-delay timer with the specified timer number. The set value can be 0 to 9,999 ms. (Set in 1-ms units.)

Starts a long-term decrementing ON-delay timer with the specified timer number. The set value can be 0 to 9,999 s (when set in 1-s units) or 0 to 99,990 s (when set in 10-s units).

Note: This function is supported only by the SSS.

NT Link

The CPM2A/CPM2C can be connected to an OMRON PT (Programmable Terminal) in NT Link mode (1:1). A communications program is not required in the CPM2A/CPM2C. The RS-232C port can be used for the NT Link.

CPM2A CPU Unit

RS-232C cable

OMRON PT RS-232C port

Instructions

The CPM2A and CPM2C support 119 basic and special instructions.

Ladder Diagram Instructions Data Movement Instructions

Name

LOAD

LOAD NOT

AND

AND NOT

OR

OR NOT

AND LOAD

OR LOAD

Bit Control Instructions

Mnemonic Variations

LD ---

LD NOT

AND

---

---

AND NOT

OR

OR NOT

AND LD

---

---

---

---

OR LD ---

Name

MOVE

MOVE NOT

BLOCK TRANSFER

BLOCK SET

DATA EXCHANGE

SINGLE WORD DISTRIBUTE

DATA COLLECT

MOVE BIT

MOVE DIGIT

Mnemonic Variations

MOV(21) @

MVN(22)

XFER(70)

@

@

BSET(71)

XCHG(73)

DIST(80)

COLL(81)

@

@

@

@

MOVB(82)

MOVD(83)

@

@

Shift Instructions

Name

OUTPUT

OUTPUT NOT

SET

RESET

KEEP

DIFFERENTIATE UP

DIFFERENTIATE DOWN

Mnemonic Variations

OUT ---

OUT NOT

SET

---

---

RSET

KEEP(11)

DIFU(13)

DIFD(14)

---

---

---

---

Sequence Control Instructions

Name

SHIFT REGISTER

WORD SHIFT

ARITHMETIC SHIFT LEFT

ARITHMETIC SHIFT RIGHT

ROTATE LEFT

ROTATE RIGHT

ONE DIGIT SHIFT LEFT

Mnemonic

SFT(10)

WSFT(16)

ASL(25)

ASR(26)

ROL(27)

ROR(28)

SLD(74)

ONE DIGIT SHIFT RIGHT SRD(75)

REVERSIBLE SHIFT REGISTER SFTR(84)

ASYNCHRONOUS SHIFT REGISTER ASFT(17)

1

Variations

---

@

@

@

@

@

@

@

@

@

NO OPERATION

Name

END

INTERLOCK

INTERLOCK CLEAR

JUMP

JUMP END

Mnemonic Variations

NOP(00) ---

END(01)

IL(02)

---

---

ILC(03)

JMP(04)

JME(05)

---

---

---

Increment/Decrement Instructions

INCREMENT

DECREMENT

Name Mnemonic Variations

INC(38) @

DEC(39) @

Timer and Counter Instructions

Name

TIMER

COUNTER

REVERSIBLE COUNTER

HIGH-SPEED TIMER

ONE-MS TIMER

LONG TIMER

Mnemonic

TIM

CNT

CNTR(12)

TIMH(15)

TMHH(––

1

)

2

TIML(––

1

)

2

---

---

---

---

Variations

---

---

Comparison Instructions

Name

COMPARE

TABLE COMPARE

DOUBLE COMPARE

BLOCK COMPARE

AREA RANGE COMPARE

DOUBLE AREA RANGE COMPARE

Mnemonic Variations

CMP(20) ---

TCMP(85)

CMPL(60)

1

BCMP(68)

1

ZCP(––

1

)

2

ZCPL(––

1

)

2

@

---

@

---

---

Calculation Instructions

Name

BCD ADD

BCD SUBTRACT

BCD MULTIPLY

BCD DIVIDE

BINARY ADD

BINARY SUBTRACT

BINARY MULTIPLY

BINARY DIVIDE

DOUBLE BCD ADD

DOUBLE BCD SUBTRACT

DOUBLE BCD MULTIPLY

DOUBLE BCD DIVIDE

Mnemonic Variations

ADD(30) @

SUB(31) @

MUL(32)

DIV(33)

ADB(50)

SBB(51)

MLB(52)

DVB(53)

ADDL(54)

SUBL(55)

MULL(56)

DIVL(57)

@

@

@

@

@

@

@

@

@

@

Note

1. Expansion instructions with default function codes.

2. Instructions not supported by the CPM1A.

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Instructions

Conversion Instructions

Name

BCD-TO-BINARY

Mnemonic Variations

BIN(23) @

BINARY-TO-BCD BCD(24)

DOUBLE BCD-TO-DOUBLE BINARY BINL(58)

2

DOUBLE BINARY-TO-DOUBLE BCD

DATA DECODER

BCDL(59)

2

MLPX(76)

@

@

@

@

DATA ENCODER

ASCII CONVERT

ASCII-TO-HEXADECIMAL

2’S COMPLEMENT

HOURS-TO-SECONDS

SECONDS-TO-HOURS

DMPX(77)

ASC(86)

HEX(––

1

)

2

NEG(––

1

)

2

SEC(––

1

)

2

HMS(––

1

)

2

@

@

@

@

@

@

Table Data Manipulation Instructions

Name

FRAME CHECKSUM

SUM

DATA SEARCH

FIND MAXIMUM

FIND MINIMUM

Mnemonic Variations

FCS(––

1

)

2

SUM(––

1

)

2

@

@

SRCH(––

1

)

2

MAX(––

1

)

2

MIN(––

1

)

2

@

@

@

Data Control Instructions

Name

SCALING

SCALING 2

SCALING 3

PID CONTROL

AVERAGE VALUE

Mnemonic Variations

SCL(66)

1, 2

@

SCL2(––

1

)

2

SCL3(––

1

)

2

@

@

PID(––

1

)

2

AVG(––

1

)

2

---

---

Logic Instructions

Name

COMPLEMENT

LOGICAL AND

LOGICAL OR

EXCLUSIVE OR

EXCLUSIVE NOR

Mnemonic Variations

COM(29) @

ANDW(34)

ORW(35)

@

@

XORW(36)

XNRW(37)

@

@

Special Calculation Instructions

BIT COUNTER

Name Mnemonic Variations

BCNT(67)

1

@

Subroutine Instructions

Name

SUBROUTINE CALL

Mnemonic Variations

SBS(91) @

SUBROUTINE ENTRY

SUBROUTINE RETURN

MACRO

SBN(92)

RET(93)

MCRO(99)

---

---

@

Interrupt Control Instructions

Name

INTERRUPT CONTROL

INTERVAL TIMER

Mnemonic Variations

STIM(69)

1

INT(89)

1, 3

@

@

Pulse Control Instructions

Name

MODE CONTROL

HIGH-SPEED COUNTER PV READ

REGISTER COMPARISON TABLE

Mnemonic Variations

INI(61)

1, 3

@

PRV(62)

1, 3

@

CTBL(63)

1, 3

@

Pulse Output Control Instructions

Name

SPEED OUTPUT

SET PULSES

PULSE W/ VARIABLE DUTY

RATIO

ACCELERATION CONTROL

SYNCHRONIZED PULSE

CONTROL

Mnemonic

SPED(64)

1, 3

PULS(65)

1, 3

PWM(––

1

)

2

ACC(––

1

)

2

SYNC(––

1

)

2

Variations

@

@

@

@

@

I/O Unit Instructions

Name

7-SEGMENT DECODER

I/O REFRESH

Mnemonic Variations

SDEC(78) @

IORF(97) @

Communications Instructions

Name

RECEIVE

TRANSMIT

CHANGE RS-232C SETUP

Mnemonic Variations

RXD(47)

1, 2

@

TXD(48)

1, 2

STUP(––

1

)

2

@

@

Step Instructions

Name

STEP DEFINE

STEP START

Mnemonic Variations

STEP(08) ---

SNXT(09) ---

User Error Instructions

Name

FAILURE ALARM AND RESET

SEVERE FAILURE ALARM

Display Instructions

Name

MESSAGE DISPLAY

Mnemonic Variations

FAL(06) @

FALS(07) ---

Mnemonic Variations

MSG(46) @

Carry Flag Instructions

Name

SET CARRY

CLEAR CARRY

Mnemonic Variations

STC(40) @

CLC(41) @

Note

1. Expansion instructions with default function codes.

2. Instructions not supported by the CPM1A.

3. Instructions improved in the CPM2A/CPM2C.

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International Standards

The standards indicated in the “Standards” column are those current for UL, CSA, cULus, NK, and Lloyd standards and EC Directives as of the end of January 2005. The standards are abbreviated as follows:

U: UL, UR: UL Recognition mark, U1: UL Class I Division 2 Products for Hazardous Locations, C: CSA, UC: cULus, UC1: cULus Class I

Division 2 Products for Hazardous Locations, CU: cUL, N: NK, L:

Lloyd, and CE: EC Directives.

Ask your OMRON representative for the conditions under which the standards were met.

EC Directives

The EC Directives applicable to PLCs include the EMC Directives and the Low Voltage Directive. OMRON complies with these directives as described below.

EMC Directives

Applicable Standards (See note.)

EMI: EN61000-6-4

EMS: EN61131-2 and EN61000-6-2

PLCs are electrical devices that are incorporated in machines and manufacturing installations. OMRON PLCs conform to the related EMC standards so that the devices and machines into which they are built can more easily conform to EMC standards.

The actual PLCs have been checked for conformity to EMC standards. Whether these standards are satisfied for the actual system, however, must be checked by the customer.

EMC-related performance will vary depending on the configuration, wiring, and other conditions of the equipment or control panel in which the PLC is installed. The customer must, therefore, perform final checks to confirm that the overall machine or device conforms to EMC standards.

Note:

The applicable EMI and EMS standards depend on the product.

Low Voltage Directive

Applicable Standard

EN61131-2

Devices that operate at voltages from 50 to 1,000 VAC or 75 to

150 VDC must satisfy the appropriate safety requirements. With

PLCs, this applies to Power Supply Units and I/O Units that operate in these voltage ranges.

These Units have been designed to conform to EN61131-2, which is the applicable standard for PLCs.

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CPM2A CPU Units

CPU Unit

20 I/O points

Power supply

AC

Output type

Relay

30 I/O points

40 I/O points

DC

AC

DC

12

Relay

Transistor

(sinking)

Transistor

(sourcing)

Relay

18

Relay

Transistor

(sinking)

Transistor

(sourcing)

Relay 24 AC

DC

60 I/O points AC

DC

Relay

Transistor

(sinking)

Transistor

(sourcing)

Relay 36

Relay

Transistor

(sinking)

Transistor

(sourcing)

Inputs

8

Outputs

12

16

24

Model Standards

CPM2A-20CDR-A

CPM2A-20CDR-D

U, C, CE, N,

L

U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM2A-20CDT-D U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM2A-20CDT1-D U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM2A-30CDR-A

CPM2A-30CDR-D

U, C, CE, N,

L

U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM2A-30CDT-D

CPM2A-30CDT1-D U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM2A-40CDR-A

U, C, CE, N,

L

U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM2A-40CDR-D

CPM2A-40CDT-D

U, C, CE, N,

L

U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM2A-40CDT1-D U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM2A-60CDR-A U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM2A-60CDR-D U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM2A-60CDT-D U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM2A-60CDT1-D U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM2A Ordering Guide

Expansion Units and Expansion I/O Units

Unit Output type

Relay

Transistor (sinking)

Transistor output (sourcing)

Relay

24

12

Inputs

16

Outputs

8

Transistor (sinking)

Transistor (sourcing)

---

Relay

Transistor (sinking)

Transistor (sourcing)

Analog I/O

Analog Input

Unit

Analog

Output Unit

DeviceNet I/O

Link Unit

CompoBus/S

I/O Link Unit

Analog

(resolution: 1/256)

Analog

(resolution: 1/6,000)

Analog

(resolution: 1/6,000)

Analog

(resolution: 1/6,000)

---

---

8

---

---

---

8

8

4

---

2

2

1

1

---

4

I/O Link of 32 input bits and

32 output bits

I/O Link of 8 input bits and 8 output bits

Temperature 2 thermocouple inputs

4 thermocouple inputs

2 platinum resistance thermometer inputs

4 platinum resistance thermometer inputs

Programming Consoles and Cables

Product

Programming Console (2-m cable attached)

Programming Console (Requires separate cable. See below.)

2-m cable

4-m cable

CPM1A-TS001

CPM1A-TS002

CPM1A-TS101

CPM1A-TS102

Model Standards

CPM1A-40EDR CE, N

CPM1A-40EDT CE, N

CPM1A-40EDT1 CE, N

CPM1A-20EDR1 U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM1A-20EDT U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM1A-20EDT1 U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM1A-8ED U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM1A-8ER U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM1A-8ET U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM1A-8ET1 U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM1A-MAD01 U, C, CE, N,

L

CPM1A-MAD11 U, C, CE, N

CPM1A-AD041 U, C, N, CE

CPM1A-DA041 UC1, CE

CPM1A-DRT21 U, C, CE

CPM1A-SRT21 U, C, CE, N,

L

U, C, CE, N,

L

U, C, CE, N,

L

U, C, CE, N,

L

U, C, CE, N,

L

Model

CQM1-PRO01-E

C200H-PRO27-E

C200H-CN222

C200H-CN422

Standards

U, C, N, CE

U, C, N, CE

N

---

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Programming Software

Name

CX-One FA

Integrated Tool

1 license

Specifications

The CX-One is an integrated tool package that provides programming and monitoring software

3 licenses

CX-One runs on any of the following operating

Model

CXONE-AL01C-E

CXONE-AL03C-E

Standards

---

10 licenses Windows 98 SE, Me, NT 4.0 (Service Pack CXONE-AL10C-E

CX-Programmer

V 6 j

30 licenses

50 licenses

The following Support Software is included:

CX-Programmer version 6.

j

and CX-Process

Tool version 5.

j

.

Refer to the CX-One Catalog (R134) for details. (See note.)

CXONE-AL30C-E

CXONE-AL50C-E

The CX-Programmer can also be ordered individually using the following model numbers.

1 license

3 licenses

10 licenses higher), or XP

Wi d 98SE M NT 4 0

WS02-CXPC1-E-V6 j

WS02-CXPC1-E03-V6 j

WS02-CXPC1-EL10-V6 j

---

Note: Site-licensed products are available for users who will run CX-One on multiple computers. Ask your OMRON sales representative for details.

Product

Expansion Memory Unit

EEPROM (256 K)

Model

CPM1-EMU01-V1

EEROM-JD

Standards

---

---

Personal Computer Connecting Cables

CPM2A port

Peripheral

RS-232C

Computer port

For a D-sub 9-pin port

Specifications

---

---

Can be used with a peripheral bus or Host Link.

Cable length

3.3 m

2 m

5 m

2 m that prevents

ESD

(electrostatic discharge.)

---

5 m p p ---

2 m

5 m

2 m + 0.15 m

5 m + 0.15 m

Model

CQM1-CIF02

XW2Z-200S-V

XW2Z-500S-V ---

XW2Z-200S-CV ---

Standards

U, C, N, L, CE

---

XW2Z-500S-CV ---

XW2Z-200S

XW2Z-500S

XW2Z-200S

XW2Z-S001

XW2Z-500S

XW2Z-S001

---

---

---

---

---

---

CPM2A Ordering Guide

Adapters

Product

RS-232C Adapter p

RS-422 Adapter

Link Adapter

RS-232C to conversion

RS-232C to

RS422A

Conversion

Adapter

Function

For personal computer connection

(Can also be connected to the CPM2A.)

For CPM2A connection

(Can also be connected to a personal computer, but requires an external 5-V power supply.)

Battery

Product

Backup Battery

(See note.)

Function

Backs up memory in the CPM2A CPU Unit.

Note: One internal Backup Battery is provided as standard.

Model

CPM1-CIF01

CPM1-CIF11

3G2A9-AL004-E ---

Standards

U, C, N, L, CE

U, C, N, L, CE

NT-AL001

Model

CPM2A-BAT01 L

---

Standards

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CPM2C CPU Units

CPU Unit

Units with 10 I/O points

Inputs: 6

Outputs: 4

I/O terminal points

Inputs: 6

Outputs: 4

Inputs: 12

Units with 32 I/O points

Inputs: 16

Outputs: 16

Programmable

Slave with

DeviceNet slave

M t 10 I/O points

Inputs: 6

Outputs: 4

Inputs

6 inputs

(24 VDC)

Outputs

4 relay outputs ---

Internal clock

Model

CPM2C-10CDR-D

Yes connectors

2 MIL connectors

2 terminal bl

2 I/O k connector

2 MIL connectors

2 Fujitsu connectors

16 inputs

(24 VDC)

2 MIL connectors

16 inputs

(24 VDC)

1 Fujitsu connector

(

(

6 inputs

12 inputs

6 inputs

(24 VDC)

4 sinking transistor outputs

4 sinking transistor outputs

4 sourcing transistor outputs

4 sourcing transistor outputs

Yes

---

Yes

---

Yes

---

Yes

---

---

Yes

---

Yes

---

Yes

--8 sinking transistor outputs

8 sinking transistor outputs

8 sourcing transistor outputs

8 sourcing transistor outputs

16 sinking transistor outputs

Yes

---

Yes

---

16 sourcing transistor outputs

---

16 sinking transistor outputs

---

16 sourcing transistor outputs

---

4 sinking transistor outputs

Yes

4 sourcing transistor outputs

Yes

CPM2C-10C1DR-D U, C, CE

CPM2C-10CDTC-D U, C, CE

CPM2C-10C1DTC-D U, C, CE

CPM2C-10CDT1C-D U, C, CE

CPM2C-10C1DT1C-D U, C, CE

CPM2C-10CDTM-D U, C, CE

CPM2C-10C1DTM-D

CPM2C-10CDT1M-D

CPM2C-10C1DT1M-D

CPM2C-20CDR-D

CPM2C-20C1DR-D

CPM2C-20CDTC-D U, C, CE

CPM2C-20C1DTC-D U, C, CE

CPM2C-20CDT1C-D U, C, CE

CPM2C-20C1DT1C-D U, C, CE

CPM2C-20CDTM-D

U, C, CE

CPM2C-20C1DTM-D

CPM2C-20CDT1M-D

CPM2C-20C1DT1M-D

CPM2C-32CDTC-D U, C, CE

CPM2C-32CDT1C-D

CPM2C-32CDTM-D U, C, CE

CPM2C-32CDT1M-D

Standards

U, C, CE

CPM2C-S100C-DRT U, C, CE

CPM2C-S110C-DRT

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Unit with

CompoBus/S

Master, 10 I/O

CPU Unit

1 Fujitsu connector

Inputs

6 inputs

(24 VDC)

Inputs: 6

Outputs: 4

Outputs

4 sinking transistor outputs

Internal clock

Yes

Model

CPM2C-S100C

4 sourcing transistor outputs

Yes CPM2C-S110C

Power Supply Unit

Unit

AC Power

Supply Unit

Input

100 to 240 VAC

Output

24 VDC/600 mA CPM2C-PA201

Model

Standards

U, C, CE

Standards

U, C, CE

Expansion I/O Units

Units with inputs only

Expansion I/O Unit

1 Fujitsu connector

Units with inputs only

Inputs: 16

Inputs

8 inputs

(24 VDC)

---

1 MIL connector 8 inputs

(24 VDC)

---

1Fujitsu connector

16 inputs

(24 VDC)

---

1 MIL connector 16 inputs

(24 VDC)

---

Units with relay outputs only

Outputs: 8

I/O terminal block ---

Outputs

8 relay outputs

Units with transistor t t l connector

1 MIL connector

1 Fujitsu connector

1 MIL connector

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

Model

CPM2C-8EDC

CPM2C-8EDM

CPM2C-16EDC

CPM2C-16EDM U, C, CE

CPM2C-8ER

Standards

U, C, CE

U, C, CE

U, C, CE

U, C, CE

8 sinking transistor outputs CPM2C-8ETC

8 sourcing transistor outputs CPM2C-8ET1C

8 sinking transistor outputs CPM2C-8ETM

8 sourcing transistor outputs CPM2C-8ET1M

16 sinking transistor outputs CPM2C-16ETC

16 sourcing transistor outputs CPM2C-16ET1C

16 sinking transistor outputs CPM2C-16ETM

16 sourcing transistor outputs CPM2C-16ET1M

U, C, CE

U, C, CE

U, C, CE

U, C, CE

U, C, CE

U, C, CE

U, C, CE

U, C, CE

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Units with 10

I/O points

Expansion I/O Unit

1 I/O terminal block

Inputs: 6

Outputs: 4

Units with 20 I/O points

Inputs: 12

Outputs: 8

1 I/O terminal block

Inputs

6 inputs

(24 VDC)

Outputs

4 relay outputs

12 inputs

(24 VDC)

8 relay outputs

Units with 24

I/O points

Inputs: 16

Outputs: 8

2 Fujitsu connectors

Model

CPM2C-10EDR

CPM2C-20EDR

Standards

U, C, CE

U, C, CE

16 inputs

(24 VDC)

8 sinking transistor outputs CPM2C-24EDTC U, C, CE

8 sourcing transistor outputs CPM2C-24EDT1C U, C, CE

Units with 32 I/O points

Inputs: 16

2 MIL connectors

2 Fujitsu connectors

16 inputs

16 inputs

(24 VDC)

8 sinking transistor outputs CPM2C-24EDTM U, C, CE

8 sourcing transistor outputs CPM2C-24EDT1M U, C, CE

16 sinking transistor outputs CPM2C-32EDTC U, C, CE

16 sourcing transistor outputs CPM2C-32EDT1C U, C, CE

2 MIL connectors 16 inputs

(24 VDC)

16 sinking transistor outputs CPM2C-32EDTM U, C, CE

16 sourcing transistor outputs CPM2C-32EDT1M U, C, CE

Analog I/O Units

Product

Analog I/O Unit

Specifications

2 analog inputs and 1 analog output

Model

CPM2C-MAD11

Standards

U, C, CE

Temperature Sensor Unit

Product

Temperature Sensor Unit

Specifications

2 inputs for thermocouples

Model

CPM2C-TS001

2 inputs for temperature resistance thermometers

CPM2C-TS101

Standards

U, C, CE

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CompoBus/S I/O Link Units

Product

CompoBus/S I/O Link Units

Specifications

I/O Links: 8 inputs, 8 outputs

Model

CPM2C-SRT21

Standards

U, C, CE

I/O Connectors

(Connectors are not provided with CPU Unit. Select the appropriate ones from the following table. One CPU Unit requires two sets of

Connectors.)

Fujitsu Connectors

Connection method

Soldered

Crimped

Pressure-welded

C500-CE241

C500-CE242

C500-CE243

From OMRON

1 set

From Fujitsu

FCN-361J024-AU Connector

FCN-360C024-J2 Connector Cover

FCN-363J024

FCN-363J-AU

Housing

Contacts

FCN-360C024-J2 Connector Cover

FCN-367J024-AU/F

MIL Connectors

Connection method

Pressure-welded

Model

XG4M-2030-T 100

Number in box Specifications

Poles: 20

Programming Consoles and Cables

Product

Programming Console (2-m cable attached)

Programming Console (Requires separate cable. See below.)

Connecting Cable for connecting CQM1-PRO01-E to a peripheral port h CPM2C CPU U i

2-m cable

4-m cable

2-m cable

6-m cable

Model

CQM1-PRO01-E

C200H-PRO27-E

CS1W-CN114

C200H-CN222

C200H-CN422

CS1W-CN224

CS1W-CN624

N

---

CE

CE

Standards

U, C, CE, N

U, C, N, CE

CE

75

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CPM2C Ordering Guide

Programming Software

Name

CX-One FA

Integrated Tool

1 license

Specifications

The CX-One is an integrated tool package that provides programming and monitoring software

3 licenses

CX-One runs on any of the following operating

Model

CXONE-AL01C-E

CXONE-AL03C-E

Standards

---

10 licenses Windows 98 SE, Me, NT 4.0 (Service Pack CXONE-AL10C-E

CX-Programmer

V 6 j

30 licenses

50 licenses

The following Support Software is included:

CX-Programmer version 6.

j

and CX-Process

Tool version 5.

j

.

Refer to the CX-One Catalog (R134) for details. (See note.)

CXONE-AL30C-E

CXONE-AL50C-E

The CX-Programmer can also be ordered individually using the following model numbers.

1 license

3 licenses

10 licenses higher), or XP

Wi d 98SE M NT 4 0

WS02-CXPC1-E-V6 j

WS02-CXPC1-E03-V6 j

WS02-CXPC1-EL10-V6 j

---

Note: Site-licensed products are available for users who will run CX-One on multiple computers. Ask your OMRON sales representative for details.

Product

Expansion Memory Unit

EEPROM (256 K)

Model

CPM1-EMU01-V1 ---

EEROM-JD ---

Standards

CPM2C Ordering Guide

Peripheral Port Adapters and Connecting Cables

Description

Personal

Computer port Length

Peripheral

Port Cable

2 m

6 m

3.3 m

0.05 m

Model

CS1W-CN226

CS1W-CN626

CQM1-CIF02

CS1W-CN114

RS-232C Cables

Product

RS-232C Cable

Computer port

For a D-sub 9-pin --port

Specifications

Can be used with a peripheral bus or

Host Link. Uses

2 m

5 m

2 m

Length

5 m prevents ESD

(electrostatic discharge.)

Model

XW2Z-200S-V

XW2Z-500S-V

XW2Z-200S-CV

XW2Z-500S-CV

Communications Port Connecting Cables

Description

Converts to a Peripheral port and RS-232C port.

Converts to a Peripheral port only.

Converts to an RS-232C port only.

Cable length

0.1 m (about 4”)

0.05 m (about 2”)

0.1 m (about 4”)

Model

CPM2C-CN111

CS1W-CN114

CS1W-CN118

Simple Communications Unit

Product

Simple Communications Unit

Specifications

RS-485/RS-232C ports for connection to components

Model

CPM2C-CIF21

Standards

CE

CE

U, C, N, L, CE

CE

---

---

---

Standards

---

CE

CE

CE

Standards

Standards

U, C, CE

Adapters

Product

Peripheral/

RS-232C

Adapter Unit

RS-422/

RS-232C

Adapter Unit

Link Adapter

RS-422A Adapter

Function

Peripheral port level conversion

Model

CPM2C-CIF01-

V1

Stand ards

---

CPM2C-CIF11 U, C,

CE

RS-232C conversion

For personal computer connection

(Can also be connected to the CPM2A.)

For CPM2A connection

(Can also be connected to a personal computer, but requires an external 5-V power supply.)

3G2A9-AL004-E ---

NT-AL001 ---

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78

CPM2C Ordering Guide

Battery

Product

Battery

Function

Backs up memory in the CPM2C CPU Unit.

Model

CPM2C-BAT01

Connector-Terminal Conversion Units and Connecting Cables

Product Description Model

Connector-Terminal

Block Conversion

Units

Slim type with M3 slotted screw terminal block

No. of inputs/outputs

20 XW2D-20G6

Flat cable connector with M2.5

slotted screw terminal block

20 XW2B-20G4

CE

Standards

Standards

---

---

--XW2E-20G5-IN16 --Common terminals

(3-tier inputs)

Common terminals

(2-tier outputs)

--XW2C-20G6-IO16 ---

Product

connector

Cable length

0.5 m

With MIL connector

1 m

1.5 m

2 m

3 m

5 m

2.5 m

5 m

Model

XW2Z-050A

XW2Z-100A

XW2Z-150A

XW2Z-200A

XW2Z-300A

XW2Z-500A

G79-025C

G79-050C

Standards

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

CPM2C Ordering Guide

I/O Terminals and Connecting Cables

I/O Relay G7T

G6D

G3DZ

FET Relay)

G6D

G3DZ

(Power MOS

FET Relay)

(Sold

16 inputs NPN (– common)

24 VDC G7TC-ID16

100 (110) VAC G7TC-IA16

200 (220) VAC

NPN (+ common, sinking output) 24 VDC G7TC-OC16 16 outputs

16 outputs

PNP (– common) 24 VDC G7TC-OC16-1

8 outputs NPN (+ common, sinking output) 24 VDC

16 NPN (+ common, sinking output) 24 VDC

PNP (– common, sourcing output)

24 VDC

U, C

---

G7TC-OC08

G70D-SOC16

---

---

G70D-SOC16-1 ---

NPN (+ common, sinking output) 24 VDC

PNP (– common, sourcing output)

24 VDC

NPN (+ common, sinking output) 24 VDC

NPN (+ common, sinking output) 24 VDC

G70D-FOM16 ---

G70D-FOM16-1 ---

G70D-VSOC16

G70D-VFOM16

---

---

NPN (+ common, sinking output) 24 VDC G70A-ZOC16-3 ---

G3R

G3RN

H3RN

PNP (– common, sourcing output)

G70A-ZOC16-4 ---

Product

connector

Cable length

1 m

1.5 m

2 m

With MIL connector

3 m

5 m

2.5 m

5 m

2.5 m

5 m

d d

CPM2C

Output type

---

Sinking

Connecting Cables

Fujitsu connector

G79j

00C

MIL connector

G79-O jj

C

G79j

00C G79-O jj

C

G79j

00C

G79j

00C

G79-O jj

C

G79-O jj

C

Sourcing

Sinking

Sinking

Sourcing

Sinking

Sourcing

Sinking

Sinking

G79j

00C

G79j

00C

G79j

00C

---

G79-

---

G79-

G79j j j

00C

00C

00C

G79-O jj

C

G79-O jj

C

G79-O jj

C

G79-I jj

C

G79-O jj

C

G79-I jj

C

G79-O jj

C

G79-O jj

C

Sinking

Sourcing

G79j

00C

---

Model

G79-100C

G79-150C

G79-200C

G79-300C

G79-500C

G79-O25C

G79-O50C

G79-I25C

G79-I50C

G79-O jj

C

G79-I jj

C

Standards

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

DC Power Supplies

Product

DC Power Supply (3 W)

Output voltage/current

24 VDC, 0.13 A

DC Power Supply (7.5 W) 24 VDC, 0.3 A

DC Power Supply (15 W) 24 VDC, 0.6 A

DC Power Supply (30 W)

DC Power Supply (50 W)

24 VDC, 1.3 A

24 VDC, 2.1 A

Input voltage Model

85 VAC to 264 VAC S82K-00324

85 VAC to 264 VAC S82K-00724

85 VAC to 264 VAC S82K-01524

85 VAC to 264 VAC S82K-03024

85 VAC to 264 VAC S82K-05024

U, C

U, C

U, C

U, C

U, C

Standards

79

80

CPM2C Ordering Guide

DeviceNet Masters

Product

DeviceNet Units

Appearance Model

CJ1W-DRM21

CS1W-DRM21-V1

Open Network

ITNC-EIS01-DRM

ITNC-EIX01-DRM

DeviceNet Configurator/Software

Product

DeviceNet

Configurator

Appearance Model

WS02-CFDC1-E

3G8E2-DRM21-EV1

NX-Server WS02-NXD1-E

Specifications

For CJ Series

Functions as either a master or a slave.

2,048 I/O points

For CS Series

Functions as either a master or a slave.

2,048 I/O points

Standards

UC, N, CE

No expansion slots, two

COM ports, DeviceNet

Expansion slots, COM port,

DeviceNet

U, C, CE

Specifications

Software for Windows 95,

98, NT 4.0, 2000, or XP

---

Standards

PC card with software for

Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000, or XP

---

DDE Edition ---

Note: Refer to the following catalogs for details: SYSMAC CS1 Series (P047), SYSMAC C200HX/HG/HE (P036), and DeviceNet

(Q102).

CPM2C Ordering Guide

CompoBus/S Slaves

Appearance Product

Remote I/O

T i l i h

Remote I/O

T i l i h

Remote I/O

T i l ith

I/O T i l i h

Remote I/O

Sensor Connectors

16-point Remote

Connectors

Analog Input

Terminal

Analog Output

Terminal

Model

SRT2-ID04

SRT2-ID04-1

SRT2-OD04

SRT2-OD04-1

SRT2-ID08

SRT2-ID08-1

SRT2-OD08

SRT2-OD08-1

SRT2-ID16

SRT2-ID16-1

SRT2-OD16

SRT2-OD16-1

SRT2-ID16T

SRT2-ID16T-1

SRT2-MD16T

SRT2-MD16T-1

SRT2-OD16T

SRT2-OD16T-1

SRT2-ROC08

SRT2-ROC16

SRT2-ROF08

SRT2-ROF16

SRT2-ID32ML

SRT2-ID32ML-1

SRT2-OD32ML

SRT2-OD32ML-1

SRT2-MD32ML

SRT2-MD32ML-1

SRT2-VID08S

SRT2-VID08S-1

SRT2-VOD08S

SRT2-VOD08S-1

SRT2-VID16ML

SRT2-VID16ML-1

SRT2-VOD16ML

SRT2-VOD16ML-1

SRT2-AD04

SRT2-DA02

Specifications

4 NPN inputs (+ common)

4 PNP inputs (– common)

4 NPN outputs (– common)

4 PNP outputs (+ common)

8 NPN inputs (+ common)

8 PNP inputs (– common)

8 NPN outputs (– common)

8 PNP outputs (+ common)

16 NPN inputs (+ common)

16 PNP inputs (– common)

16 NPN outputs (– common)

16 PNP outputs (+ common)

16 NPN inputs (+ common)

16 PNP inputs (– common)

16 NPN I/O points (inputs:

+ common, outputs: – common)

16 PNP I/O points (inputs:

– common, outputs: + common)

16 NPN outputs (– common)

16 PNP outputs (+ common)

8 output relays mounted

16 output relays mounted

8 power MOS FET relays mounted

16 power MOS FET relays mounted

32 NPN inputs (+ common)

32 PNP inputs (– common)

32 NPN outputs (– common)

32 PNP outputs (+ common)

32 NPN inputs (inputs: + common, outputs: – common)

32 PNP inputs (inputs: – common, outputs: + common)

8 NPN inputs (+ common)

8 PNP inputs (– common)

8 NPN outputs (– common)

8 PNP outputs (+ common)

16 NPN inputs (+ common)

16 PNP inputs (– common)

16 NPN outputs (– common)

16 PNP outputs (+ common)

1 to 4 analog inputs (set via DIP switch)

Standards

U, C, CE

CE

U, C, CE

U, C, CE

1 or 2 analog outputs (set via DIP switch)

U, C, CE

Note: Refer to the CompoBus/S catalog (Q103) for details.

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CPM2C Peripheral Devices

Connector-Terminal Conversion

Unit Wiring

The wiring for input terminals is as shown below.

Connecting to the CPM2C

CPM2C Input Wiring

XW2D-20G6

Connector-Terminal Conversion Unit

Connecting

Cable

Connection diagram

XW2Zjjj

A

CPM2C Output Wiring for Sourcing

Outputs

XW2D-20GB

Connector-Terminal Conversion Unit

Connecting

Cable

Connection diagram

XW2Zjjj

A

CPM2C Output Wiring for Sinking Outputs

Connector-Terminal Conversion Unit

Connecting

Cable

Connection diagram

XW2D-20G6

XW2Zjjj

A

COM

COM

Note: The relay numbers that can be used vary with the Unit used, as shown in the following table.

Unit

CPU Unit with 10 I/O points

CPU Unit with 20 I/O points

CPU Unit with 32 I/O points

Expansion I/O Unit with 10 I/O points

Expansion I/O Unit with 24 I/O points

Expansion I/O Unit with 32 I/O points

Expansion I/O Unit with 8 input points

Expansion I/O Unit with 16 input points

Expansion I/O Unit with 8 output points

Expansion I/O Unit with 16 output points

Input numbers

00 j

00 to 00 j

05

00 j

00 to 00 j

11

00 j

00 to 00 j

15

00 j

00 to 00 j

05

00 j

00 to 00 j

15

00 j

00 to 00 j

15

00 j

00 to 00 j

07

00 j

00 to 00 j

15

---

---

Output numbers

01 j

00 to 01 j

03

01 j

00 to 01 j

07

01 j

00 to 01 j

15

01 j

00 to 01 j

03

01 j

00 to 01 j

07

01 j

00 to 01 j

15

---

---

01 j

00 to 01 j

07

01 j

00 to 01 j

15

Note: Allocations to 32-point CPU Units are as follows: Inputs:

00000 to 00007, 00100 to 00107; Outputs: 01000 to

01007, 01100 to 01107

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CPM2C Peripheral Devices

Expansion Memory Unit

The Expansion Memory Unit can be used to upload and download user programs and data memory with the press of a button allowing simple program maintenance.

Connections

CPM1-EMU01-V1

CS1W-CN114

The CPM2C-CN111 can also be used.

Specifications

Item Specification

Supported PCs CPM1, CPM1A, CPM2A, CPM2C, SRM1 (-V2),

CQM1, CQM1H

Read/Write memory areas

Connector

EEPROM

(See note.)

User program: 15.2 Kwords max.

Data memory: DM 6144 to DM 6655

(Read-only DM and PC Setup)

Expansion instructions: 18 instructions

Connector compatible with peripheral port on

CPM1, CPM1A, CPM2A, SRM1 (-V2), and

CQM1 PCs.

For CPM2C and CQM1H PCs, connect via

CS1W-CN114 or CPM2C-CN111 Connecting

Cable.

256-Kbit EEPROM

ATMEL: AT28C256

OMRON: EEROM-JD

129 mA max.

Current consumption

Dimensions

Weight

Main body (not including cables or connectors):

57

×

92

×

38 mm (W

×

H

×

D)

200 g max. (not including EEPROM)

Dimensions (mm)

Note: The EEPROM must be purchased separately.

Memory Areas

The memory areas that are uploaded or downloaded vary with the button used as shown in the following table.

Area

Button

UPLOAD + DM UPLOAD DOWNLOAD TO PLC

Read from PLC to EEPROM.

Read from PLC to EEPROM.

All contents of EEPROM

Ladder program and expansion instructions

DM 6144 to 6655 Not affected.

For details on program size, DM area, and the availability of expansion instructions, refer to the relevant PLC manual.

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