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FX5U User's Manual (Hardware)

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  • Page 1 MELSEC iQ-F FX5U User's Manual (Hardware)
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Read these precautions before use.) Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals introduced in this manual carefully and pay full attention to safety in order to handle the product correctly. This manual classifies the safety precautions into two categories: [ WARNING] and [ CAUTION].
  • Page 4 [DESIGN PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ● When an inductive load such as a lamp, heater, or solenoid valve is controlled, a large current (approximately ten times greater than normal) may flow when the output is turned from off to on. Take proper measures so that the flowing current does not exceed the value corresponding to the maximum load specification of the resistance load.
  • Page 5 [INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ● Do not touch the conductive parts of the product directly. Doing so may cause device failures or malfunctions. ● When drilling screw holes or wiring, make sure that cutting and wiring debris do not enter the ventilation slits of the PLC.
  • Page 6 [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] WARNING ● Make sure to cut off all phases of the power supply externally before attempting installation or wiring work. Failure to do so may cause electric shock or damage to the product. ● Make sure to attach the terminal cover, provided as an accessory, before turning on the power or initiating operation after installation or wiring work.
  • Page 7 CAUTION ● Make sure to observe the following precautions in order to prevent any damage to the machinery or accidents due to malfunction of the PLC caused by abnormal data written to the PLC due to the effects of noise. Do not bundle the power line, control line and communication cables together with or lay them close to the main circuit, high-voltage line, load line or power line.
  • Page 8 ● Do not disassemble or modify the PLC. Doing so may cause fire, equipment failures, or malfunctions. For repair, contact your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. ● After the first use of the SD memory card, do not insert/remove the memory card more than 500 times.
  • Page 9: Introduction

    • Since the examples indicated by this manual, technical bulletin, catalog, etc. are used as a reference, please use it after confirming the function and safety of the equipment and system. Mitsubishi Electric will accept no responsibility for actual use of the product based on these illustrative examples.
  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..............1 INTRODUCTION .
  • Page 11 3.10 Terminal Module ............... . 45 3.11 SD Memory Card .
  • Page 12 Connecting method E - connection of extended extension cable and connector conversion adapter ..86 Connecting method F - connection of an extension module (extension connector type) ....87 Connection method G - connection of an FX3 extension module to the bus conversion module .
  • Page 13 CHAPTER 8 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION Daily Inspection ............... . 147 Periodic Inspection .
  • Page 14 Appendix 8 Terminal Module..............186 Product configuration.
  • Page 16: Relevant Manuals

    MELSEC iQ-F FX5U CPU Module Hardware Manual Describes the details of input/output specifications, wiring and installation of the <JY997D53401> FX5U CPU module from MELSEC iQ-F FX5U User's Manual (Hardware). MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User's Manual (Startup) Performance specifications, procedures before operation, and troubleshooting of the <JY997D58201>...
  • Page 17 Terms Description Extension module (extension connector type) Generic term for input modules (extension connector type), Output modules (extension connector type), Input/output modules, and Bus conversion module (extension connector type) I/O module Generic term for input modules, output modules, Input/output module, powered input/output modules, and High-speed pulse input/output module Input module Generic term for Input modules (extension cable type) and Input modules (extension connector type)
  • Page 18: Chapter 1 Outline

    OUTLINE Part Names Front panel [10] [11] Name Description DIN rail mounting hooks Hook for mounting the CPU module on a DIN rail of DIN46277 (35 mm wide). Expansion adapter connecting When connecting an expansion adapter, secure it with these hooks. hooks Terminal block cover Cover for protecting the terminal block.
  • Page 19 With cover open [10] Name Description Built-in RS-485 communication Terminal block for connection with RS-485-compatible devices terminal block RS-485 terminal resistor selector Switch for switching terminal resistance for built-in RS-485 communication. switch RUN/STOP/RESET switch Switch for operating the CPU module. (Page 146 Methods of running, stopping, and resetting) RUN: Runs the program STOP: Stops the program RESET: Resets the CPU module (hold the switch on the RESET side for approximately 1 second.)
  • Page 20: Side

    Side Left side/right side Left side Right side Name Description Expansion adapter connector cover Cover for protecting the expansion adapter connector. Connect the expansion adapter to the expansion adapter connector under the cover. Genuine product certification label Genuine product certification label to prevent counterfeiting Nameplate The product model name, Manufacturer's serial number, power supply specifications, and MAC address are shown.
  • Page 21: Chapter 2 Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS The CPU module specifications are explained below. Generic Specifications Item Specifications *2*3 Operating ambient temperature -20 to 55 (-4 to 131) non-freezing -25 to 75 (-13 to 167 ) Storage ambient temperature non-freezing Operating ambient humidity 5 to 95%RH, non-condensation Storage ambient humidity 5 to 95%RH, non-condensation *5*6...
  • Page 22 Dielectric withstand voltage test and insulation resistance test Perform dielectric withstand voltage test and insulation resistance test at the following voltages between each terminal and the CPU module ground terminal. ■ CPU module, I/O module Between terminals Dielectric Insulation resistance Remarks withstand voltage Between power supply terminal (AC power supply) and...
  • Page 23: Power Supply Specifications

    Power Supply Specifications The CPU module power supply specifications are explained below. For the consumption current of extension modules, refer to Page 36 PRODUCT LIST or manuals of each extension module. AC power supply type Item Specifications Rated voltage 100 to 240 V AC Allowable supply voltage range 85 to 264 V AC Frequency rating...
  • Page 24: Dc Power Supply Type

    DC power supply type Item Specifications Rated voltage 24 V DC Allowable supply voltage range 16.8 to 28.8 V DC Allowable instantaneous power failure time Operation can be continued upon occurrence of instantaneous power failure for 5 ms or less. Power fuse 250 V, 3.15 A Time-lag fuse Rush current...
  • Page 25: Input Specifications

    Input Specifications The CPU module input specifications are explained below. 24 V DC Input (sink/source) The input points in the table below indicate the CPU module terminal points. Item Specifications No. of input points FX5U-32M 16 points FX5U-64M 32 points FX5U-80M...
  • Page 26 Item Specifications Input circuit AC power supply type • When using service power supply configuration Sink input wiring Source input wiring Fuse Fuse 100 to 240 V AC 100 to 240 V AC Input impedance Input impedance • When using external power supply Sink input wiring Source input wiring Fuse...
  • Page 27: Output Specifications

    Output Specifications The CPU module output specifications are explained below. Relay output Item Output Specifications No. of output points FX5U-32MR/ 16 points FX5U-64MR/ 32 points FX5U-80MR/ 40 points Connection type Removable terminal block (M3 screws) Output type Relay External power supply 30 V DC or less 240 V AC or less ("250 V AC or less"...
  • Page 28: Transistor Output

    Transistor output Item Output specifications No. of output points FX5U-32MT/ 16 points FX5U-64MT/ 32 points FX5U-80MT/ 40 points Connection type Removable terminal block (M3 screws) Output type FX5U-MT/ES, Transistor/sink output FX5U-32MT/DS FX5U-MT/ESS, Transistor/source output FX5U-32MT/DSS External power supply 5 to 30 V DC Max.
  • Page 29: Performance Specifications

    Performance Specifications Item Specification Control system Stored-program repetitive operation Input/output control system Refresh system (Direct access input/output allowed by specification of direct access input/output [DX, DY]) Programming Programming language Ladder diagram (LD), structured text (ST), function block diagram/ladder diagram (FBD/LD) specifications Programming extension function Function block (FB), function (FUN), label programming (local/global)
  • Page 30 Number of device points Item Base Max. number of points No. of user device Input relay (X) 1024 points The total number of X and Y assigned to input/output points is up to points 256 points. Output relay (Y) 1024 points Internal relay (M) 32768 points (can be changed with parameter) Latch relay (L)
  • Page 31: Built-in Analog Specifications

    Built-in Analog Specifications The analog input/output specifications of the built-in analog function are explained below. For details on the analog built-in function, refer to MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User's Manual (Analog Control). Analog input Item Specifications Analog input points 2 points (2 channels) Analog input Voltage 0 to 10 V DC (input resistance 115.7 k)
  • Page 32: Communication Specifications

    Communication Specifications The built-in Ethernet and built-in RS-485 communication specifications are as explained below. Built-in Ethernet communication For details of built-in Ethernet communication, refer to the following. MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User's Manual (Ethernet Communication) MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User's Manual (SLMP) Item Specifications Data transmission speed...
  • Page 33: Built-in Rs-485 Communication

    Built-in RS-485 communication For details of built-in RS-485 communication, refer to the following. MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User's Manual (Serial Communication) MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User's Manual (MELSEC Communication Protocol) MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User's Manual (MODBUS Communication) Item Specifications Transmission standards Conforms to RS-485/RS-422 specifications Data transmission speed Max.
  • Page 34: External Dimensions

    External Dimensions CPU module FX5U-32M 2-4.5 mounting holes Unit: mm Model W1 (mounting hole pitch) Mass (weight) FX5U-32M 150 mm 123 mm Approx. 0.65 kg • Exterior color Main body: Munsell 0.6B7.6/0.2 • Accessories Dust proof protection sheet Manual supplied with product FX5U-64M, FX5U-80M...
  • Page 35: Terminal Layout

    2.10 Terminal Layout Built-in RS-485 terminal European type terminal block 5 poles Built-in analog terminal European type terminal block 5 poles Analog Analog input output Built-in Ethernet connector Signal name TXD+ TXD- RXD+ Not used Not used RXD- Not used Not used 2 SPECIFICATIONS 2.10 Terminal Layout...
  • Page 36 Power, input/output terminal block ■Interpretation of terminal block layout Power supply 24 V DC service [•] Vacant terminal (Do not use) terminals Input terminal power supply S/S 0 V 24 V Output terminals FX5U-32MR/ES connected to COM3 COM0 3 COM1 COM2 COM3 Common terminal...
  • Page 37 ■FX5U-64M • AC power supply type S/S 0V 16 X20 FX5U-64MR/ES, FX5U-64MT/ES COM5 COM0 COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 FX5U-64MT/ESS ■FX5U-80M • AC power supply type S/S 0V X40 42 FX5U-80MR/ES, FX5U-80MT/ES COM0 3 COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 COM5 COM6 FX5U-80MT/ESS 2 SPECIFICATIONS 2.10 Terminal Layout...
  • Page 38: Chapter 3 Product List

    PRODUCT LIST The following shows the system configuration equipment of the FX5U. Overall Configuration Expansion boards Battery Connector • FX5-232-BD FX3U-32BL Cable • FX5-485-BD • FX5-422-BD-GOT Expansion CPU module I/O module adapters Input/output Input Output Analog • FX5U-32MR/ES • FX5U-64MR/ES •...
  • Page 39: Cpu Module

    CPU Module The CPU module incorporates a CPU, memory, input/output terminals, and power supply. FX5U Power supply, Input/output type: Connection on terminal block. • R/ES: AC power supply/24 V DC (sink/source) input/Relay output • T/ES: AC power supply/24 V DC (sink/source) input/Transistor (sink) output Total number of CPU module •...
  • Page 40: Extension Module

    The model name of the CPU module can be checked on the nameplate on the right side. However, when extension modules are connected, the nameplate cannot be seen. Check the model name in the following places. Model name (abbreviation) Extension Module Extension modules are used to expand inputs/outputs, functions, and others.
  • Page 41: I/o Module

    I/O Module The I/O module is used to expand inputs/outputs. For details, refer to Page 166 I/O Module. Input/output type Input module • X/ES: 24 V DC (sink/source) input • X/D: 24 V DC (sink) input • X/DS: 24 V DC (sink/source) input Output module •...
  • Page 42 Output module The output module is used to expand outputs. ■Extension cable type Model No. of input/output points Input type Output Connection Current consumption type type Total No. No. of No. of 5 V DC power 24 V DC power of points input output...
  • Page 43 Powered input/output module The powered input/output module includes a power supply and is used to expand input/output. ■AC power supply common to 24 V DC sink and source input Model No. of input/output points Input type Output Connection Power supply capacity type type Total No.
  • Page 44: Intelligent Function Module

    Intelligent Function Module Intelligent function modules are modules that have functions other than input/output, such as simple motion modules. For details, refer to manuals of each module. FX5 intelligent Function Module ■Positioning Model Function No. of occupied Current consumption input/output 5 V DC power 24 V DC External 24 V DC...
  • Page 45: Expansion Board

    ■Network Model Function No. of occupied Current consumption input/output 5 V DC power 24 V DC External 24 V DC points supply power supply power supply   FX3U-16CCL-M Master for CC-Link (compatible with Ver. 2.00 8 points 240 mA and Ver.
  • Page 46: Extension Power Supply Module

    Extension Power Supply Module The extension power supply module is an added power supply if the built-in power supply of the CPU module is insufficient. For details on the specifications of the extension power supply module, refer to Manuals of each product. FX5 expansion power supply module Model Function...
  • Page 47: Connector Conversion Module

    Connector Conversion Module The connector conversion module is to connect FX5 input module/output module (extension connector type) with FX5U CPU module systems. Model Function No. of occupied Current consumption input/output points 5 V DC power supply 24 V DC power supply FX5-CNV-IF Connector conversion from CPU ...
  • Page 48: Sd Memory Card

    3.11 SD Memory Card For details on the SD memory card, refer to Page 184 SD Memory Card. Model Function NZ1MEM-2GBSD SD memory card (Mitsubishi product) NZ1MEM-4GBSD L1MEM-2GBSD L1MEM-4GBSD 3.12 Battery For details on the battery, refer to Page 148 Battery. Model Function FX3U-32BL...
  • Page 49: Chapter 4 System Configuration

    SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Configuration of a whole system The configuration of an entire system is shown below as an example. For assignment of the module numbers for extension modules, refer to Page 73 Module number of Extension modules. Configuration of whole system Expansion board and expansion adapters FX5 extension module Expansion board...
  • Page 50: Rules Of System Configuration

    Rules of System Configuration The system configuration must meet the following four requirements. Number of connected extension device The number of extension devices that can be connected to a single system of FX5U CPU module is limited. For details, refer to Page 50 Limitations on the Number of Connected Extension Devices. Up to 16 modules CPU module Expansion...
  • Page 51 Current consumption Power of extension devices is supplied from the CPU module, powered input/output module or extension power supply module. The number of extension devices that can be connected must be determined from the capacity of the power supply. For details on the current consumption, refer to Page 56 Limitation on Current Consumption. Input Powered Input...
  • Page 52: Limitations On The Number Of Connected Extension Devices

    Limitations on the Number of Connected Extension Devices Number of connected expansion boards Only 1 expansion board can be connected on the front face of the CPU module. Expansion board Number of connected expansion adapters There is a limitation on the number of expansion adapter connected to the CPU module as follows. Type Limitations Communication adapter...
  • Page 53: Number Of Connected Extension Modules (including Extended Extension Cable)

    Number of connected extension modules (including extended extension cable) Overall system limitation There is a limitation on the number of connected extension modules in a whole system as follows. Type Limitations Extension module Up to 16 modules can be connected to a system. (Extension power supply modules and connector conversion module are excluded.) Extension power supply module Up to 2 modules can be connected to a system.
  • Page 54 Connection to the powered input/output module There is a limitation on the number of extension modules connected to the powered input/output module as follows. The number of connected modules from the right side of the powered input/output module the next extension power supply module added later must be as follows.
  • Page 55: Limitation On The Number Of Input/output Points

    Connection to the bus conversion module (connection with FX3 extension devices) There is a limitation on the number of extension modules connected to the bus conversion module as follows. The number of modules connected on the right side of the bus conversion module must be as follows. ■When using FX3 extension power supply modules Type Limitations...
  • Page 56: Total Number Of I/o Points And Remote I/o Points

    Total number of I/O points and remote I/O points With the FX5U CPU module, a total of 512 points or less including the number of input/output points of extension devices and number of remote I/O points can be controlled. The total number of I/O points and remote I/O points must not exceed 512 points. Number of input/output Number of input/output points Number of remote I/O points...
  • Page 57: Calculation Of Number Of Remote I/o Points

    Calculation of number of remote I/O points If the master module of the network is used, calculate the number of remote I/O points connected on the network. The total number of remote I/O points must not exceed 384 points. Maximum number of The total number of remote I/O points Remote I/O points remote I/O points...
  • Page 58: Limitation On Current Consumption

    AnyWireASLINK remote I/O The number of input/output points set by the rotary switch of the AnyWireASLINK master is assigned as remote I/O of AnyWireASLINK. Use the number of input/output points set by the rotary switch of the AnyWireASLINK master as the number of remote I/O points.
  • Page 59 Check the current consumption of extension devices. (Page 39 Extension Module) (Page 42 Extension Module) Type Model Current consumption 5 V DC power supply 24 V DC power supply Expansion board FX5-232-BD 20 mA  Expansion adapter FX5-232ADP 30 mA 30 mA Output module FX5-16EYT/ES...
  • Page 60 In the case of DC power supply type Calculate following the procedure below. Check the power supply capacity of the CPU module used. (Page 37 CPU Module) Type Model Power supply capacity 5 V DC power supply 24 V DC power supply CPU module FX5U-32MT/DS 900 mA...
  • Page 61: Power Supply Check From The Powered Input/output Module (current Consumption Calculation)

    Power supply check from the powered input/output module (current consumption calculation) If 5 V DC and 24 V DC power supplies of the CPU module are insufficient and system cannot be extended, add a powered input/output module. Check if power can be supplied to extension modules with the power supply capacity of the powered input/output module. Powered CPU module Expansion...
  • Page 62 Check if expansion to the extension power supply module is permitted. • 5 V DC power supply Capacity of 5 V DC Current consumption Calculation result power supply Total of current Powered input/output consumed by extension module module 0 mA mA ≥...
  • Page 63 Check if expansion to the extension power supply module is permitted. • 5 V DC power supply Capacity of 5 V DC Current consumption Calculation result power supply Total of current Powered input/output consumed by extension module module 0 mA mA ≥...
  • Page 64: Power Supply Check From Extension Power Supply Module (current Consumption Calculation)

    Power supply check from extension power supply module (current consumption calculation) If 5 V DC power supply of the CPU module is insufficient and cannot be extended, add an extension power supply module. Check if power can be supplied to extension modules with the power supply capacity of the extension power supply module. CPU module extension Output...
  • Page 65 When connecting an input module after (on the right side of) the extension power supply module When using service power supply of the CPU module or powered input/output module for input circuit of an input module, include the input module in the 24 V DC current consumption calculation. 5 V DC power supply of the input module is supplied from the extension power supply module.
  • Page 66: Rules Of System Configuration And Examples Of Reconfiguration

    Rules of System Configuration and Examples of Reconfiguration The rules of system configuration are explained below referring to a sample system configuration using an expansion board, expansion adapter, I/O module, and intelligent function module. System configuration example The following system configuration is under consideration. FX5U-32MR/ES CC-Link To CC-Link...
  • Page 67 • Number of modules connected to the bus conversion module (Page 53 Connection to the bus conversion module (connection with FX3 extension devices)) Type No. of modules used Limitations Judgment Total No. of intelligent function modules Up to 6 (When not using extension power supply modules) Check on limitations when using extension devices Check the use of the extension devices.
  • Page 68 Check of limitation on the number of input/output points Check if the number of input/output points of the sample system configuration is within the limit range. ■Number of input/output points (Page 54 Calculation of number of input/output points) Type Model No.
  • Page 69 Check of limitation on current consumption Check if power required for extension devices can be supplied from the CPU module and extension power supply module. A case using service power supply for input circuit is explained as an example. ■ Check of power supply from the CPU module (Page 56 Power supply check from the CPU module (current consumption calculation)) •...
  • Page 70: System Reconfiguration Example

    System reconfiguration example If current consumption of the 5 V DC or 24 V DC power supply is insufficient with the CPU module only, powered input/output module or use an extension power supply module. Reconfigure the example system configuration using an extension power supply module. FX5U-32MR/ES To CC-Link CC-Link...
  • Page 71 • Number of modules connected to the bus conversion module (Page 53 Connection to the bus conversion module (connection with FX3 extension devices)) Type No. of modules used Limitations Judgment Total No. of intelligent function modules Up to 6 (When not using extension power supply modules) Check on limitations when using extension devices Check on limitations when using the extension devices.
  • Page 72 ■Number of remote I/O points (Page 55 Calculation of number of remote I/O points) Network No. of remote I/O points AnyWireASLINK 64 points Maximum number of Remote I/O points Remote I/O points ≤ 384 points 64 points ■Total number of I/O points and remote I/O points (Page 53 Limitation on the Number of Input/Output Points) Max.
  • Page 73 Check of limitation on current consumption Check if power required for extension devices can be supplied from the CPU module and extension power supply module. A case using service power supply for input circuit is explained as an example. ■ Check of power supply from the CPU module (Page 56 Power supply check from the CPU module (current consumption calculation)) Power supply capacity of the CPU module Type...
  • Page 74 ■ Check of power supply from the extension power supply module (Page 62 Power supply check from extension power supply module (current consumption calculation)) Power supply capacity of the extension power supply module Type Model Power supply capacity 5 V DC power supply 24 V DC power supply FX5 extension power supply module FX5-1PSU-5V...
  • Page 75: Numbers And Assignment In System

    Numbers and Assignment in System Input/output numbers and module numbers in an FX5U CPU module system are explained. Module input/output number The input/output numbers are octal numbers. Input is assigned to "X" and output to "Y." Input/output numbers are used for communication of ON/OFF data between I/O modules and the CPU module. •...
  • Page 76: Chapter 5 Installation

    INSTALLATION Installation Location Use the PLC under the environmental conditions complying with the generic specifications (Page 19 Generic Specifications). Installation location in enclosure To prevent temperature rise, do not mount the PLC on the floor or ceiling, or in the vertical direction. Always mount the PLC horizontally on the wall as shown in the following figure.
  • Page 77: Layout In Enclosure

    Configuration in 2 stages with extended extension cable FX5U CPU module Extended extension cable • FX5-30EC Powered • FX5-65EC input/output module Another equipment 50mm Layout in enclosure The PLC components can be laid out in one stage or in two stages, upper and lower. The connecting procedures in each case are explained below.
  • Page 78: Examination For Installation Method In Enclosure

    Examination for Installation Method in Enclosure Examine the installation location of PLC considering the environmental conditions (Page 19 Generic Specifications). The PLC can be installed by the following methods. Keep a space of about 2 mm between the products. Installing on DIN rail •...
  • Page 79: Procedures For Installing On And Detaching From Din Rail

    Example of combination of installation on DIN rail and direct installation • The CPU module side can be installed on the DIN rail, and the extension modules extended by the extended extension cable can be directly installed. • The PLC can be installed on a 35 mm wide DIN46277 rail. •...
  • Page 80: Installation Of Cpu Module

    Installation of CPU module Connect the expansion adapter to the CPU module before mounting the PLC in the enclosure. For the connection method of the expansion adapter, refer to Page 85 Connection method B - connection of an expansion adapter. Push out all DIN rail mounting hooks (A in the following figure).
  • Page 81: Installation Of Terminal Modules

    Installation of terminal modules Turn off all the power supplies connected to the CPU module, extension modules, or terminal modules. Fit the upper edge of the DIN rail mounting groove (A in the right figure) onto the DIN rail. Push the product against the DIN rail. Removal of CPU module Open the terminal block cover, gradually loosen the left and right terminal block mounting screws (A in the right...
  • Page 82: Procedures For Installing Directly (with M4 Screws)

    Procedures for Installing Directly (with M4 Screws) The product can be installed directly in the enclosure (with screws). Position the holes so that there is a gap of about 2 mm between the products. Hole pitches for direct mounting The product mounting hole pitches are shown below. For pitch that varies depending on the product, refer to the table.
  • Page 83 I/O module Dimensions Model name Mounting hole pitch W Unit: mm FX5-8EX/ES Refer to the figure shown to the left. FX5-8EYR/ES FX5-8EYT/ES FX5-8EYT/ESS FX5-16EX/ES FX5-16EYR/ES FX5-16EYT/ES FX5-16EYT/ESS FX5-16ET/ES-H FX5-16ET/ESS-H FX5-32ER/ES FX5-32ET/ES FX5-32ET/ESS FX5-32ER/DS FX5-32ET/DS FX5-32ET/DSS Extension power supply module Dimensions Model name Mounting hole pitch W Unit: mm...
  • Page 84: Hole Pitches When Extension Module Connected

    Hole pitches when extension module connected Unit: mm 15.1 FX5-232ADP FX5U-32MT/ES FX5-16EX/ES FX5-CNV-BUS FX5-1PSU-5V FX3U-1PG *1 The gap between products is 2 mm. Installation of CPU module Connect the expansion adapter to the CPU module before mounting the PLC in the enclosure. For the connection method of the expansion adapter, refer to Page 85 Connection method B - connection of an expansion adapter.
  • Page 85: Installation Of Extension Module (extension Cable Type)

    Installation of extension module (extension cable type) Make mounting holes on the mounting surface Rear panel Rear panel according to the external dimensions diagram. Push in the DIN rail mounting hook (A in the right figure) of the extension module (extension cable type). If the DIN rail mounting hook is not pushed in, the screw hole is covered, and the extension module cannot be mounted.
  • Page 86: Connection Methods For Cpu Module And Extension Devices

    Connection Methods for CPU Module and Extension Devices This section explains the connection methods for extension devices. Connection of extension devices The connection method varies depending on the combination of products, i.e., the CPU module, expansion board, expansion adapters, and extension modules. The connection methods are explained with the following configuration example.
  • Page 87: Connection Method B - Connection Of An Expansion Adapter

    Connection method B - connection of an expansion adapter This subsection explains how to connect the expansion adapter to the CPU module. Remove expansion adapter connector cover (A in the right figure). Slide the hook for coupling the expansion adapter of the CPU module (B in the right figure).
  • Page 88: Connection Method D - Connection Between Extension Modules (extension Cable Type)

    Connection method D - connection between extension modules (extension cable type) The procedure for connecting the extension modules (extension cable type) is explained below. (Powered input/output module are excluded.) Remove the top cover (B in the right figure) of the existing module (left side) (A in the right figure).
  • Page 89: Connecting Method F - Connection Of An Extension Module (extension Connector Type)

    Connecting method F - connection of an extension module (extension connector type) This subsection explains how to connect the extension module (extension connector type). Slide the hook for coupling the extension module (A in the right figure) of the existing module (left side). Remove the subsequent extension connector cover (B in the right figure).
  • Page 90: Connection Of Power Cables

    Connection of power cables Power cable connection of the I/O modules The power must be supplied to the FX5-CEX/D, and FX5-C32ET/D. To supply the power to FX5-CEX/D and FX5-C32ET/D, use two power connectors (upper and lower) on each module for crossover wiring.
  • Page 91: Removal Of Power Cables

    Removal of power cables Hold part "a" on the connecter of the power cable with your fingers, and remove the cable in the direction of the arrow. Example: FX5-C32EX/D Push here with fingers. Precautions If the power cable is removed by force, the cable may break. Connection of I/O cables I/O connectors ■Cable connection to I/O connectors...
  • Page 92 • Terminal module I/O cable Terminal module ■Preparation of I/O connectors • Suitable connector (commercial item) Use 20-pin (1-key) sockets conforming to MIL-C-83503. Check that the sockets do not interfere with peripheral parts including connector covers in advance. • I/O cables (Mitsubishi option) I/O cables on which connectors are attached are prepared.
  • Page 93: Chapter 6 Wiring

    WIRING Wiring Preparations Wiring procedure Before wiring, make sure that the source power supply is off. Prepare the parts for wiring. Prepare crimp terminals and cables needed for wiring. (Page 92 Cable Connecting Procedure) Wire the power supply terminals. For AC power supply type, connect the cables to the power [L] and [N] terminals. For DC power supply type, connect the cables to the power [+] and [-] terminals.
  • Page 94: Removal And Installation Of Removable Terminal Block

    Removal and installation of removable terminal block Removal Loosen terminal block mounting screws on the left and right sides uniformly and remove the terminal block. Installation Place the terminal block at its predetermined position and tighten the terminal block mounting screws on the left and right sides uniformly.
  • Page 95 Wire end treatment Crimp terminal size differs depending on terminal screw size and wiring methods used. • Use crimp terminals of the following sizes. ■M3 terminal screw • When a single wire is connected to a single terminal 3.2 Terminal screw Crimp terminal 6.2 mm or less 3.2 Terminal...
  • Page 96: European-type Terminal Block

    European-type terminal block Wire the European-type terminal block in accordance with the following specifications. Suitable wiring Number of wires connected Wire size Tightening per terminal torque Solid wire, Stranded Wire ferrule with wire insulation sleeve Built-in analog I/O terminal block One wire 0.2 to 0.5 mm (AWG24 to 20)
  • Page 97: Grounding

    ■Tool For tightening terminals, use a small, commercially-available screwdriver with a straight tip. The recommended shape is shown in the figure on the right. ■Precautions With straight tip When a precision screwdriver with a small grip is used, the specified tightening torque cannot be obtained. Use the following screwdriver or equivalent product (grip diameter: 25 mm) to obtain the tightening torque specified above.
  • Page 98: Power Supply Wiring

    Power Supply Wiring Examples of AC power supply wiring Power supply example for sink input [-common] AC power supply (100 to 240 V) FX5-4DA-ADP 5 V 0 V 24 V Breaker FX5U-32MT/ES Power ON Class D grounding 5 V 0 V 24 V Emergency stop 24 V DC...
  • Page 99 Power supply example for source input [+common] FX5-4DA-ADP AC power supply (100 to 240 V) 5 V 0 V 24 V Breaker FX5U-32MT/ES Power ON Class D grounding 5 V 0 V 24 V Emergency stop 24 V DC service power supply FX5-8EX/ES S/S output...
  • Page 100 Wiring example for an extension power supply module (sink input [-common]) The following example shows wiring for an extension power supply module when sink input [-common] is used. FX5-4DA-ADP AC power supply (100 to 240 V) 5 V 0 V 24 V Breaker FX5U-32MT/ES Power ON...
  • Page 101 Wiring example for an extension power supply module (source input [+common]) The following example shows wiring for an extension power supply module when source input [+common] is used. FX5-4DA-ADP AC power supply (100 to 240 V) 5 V 0 V 24 V Breaker FX5U-32MT/ES Power ON...
  • Page 102: Examples Of Dc Power Supply Wiring

    Examples of DC power supply wiring Example of sink input [-common] power supply wiring FX5-4DA-ADP 24 V DC 5 V 0 V 24 V Circuit Protector FX5U-32MT/DS Power ON Class D grounding 5 V 0 V 24 V Emergency stop FX5-8EX/ES 5 V 0 V 24 V FX5-32ET/DS...
  • Page 103 Example of source input [+common] power supply wiring FX5-4DA-ADP 24 V DC 5 V 0 V 24 V Circuit Protector FX5U-32MT/DS Power ON Class D grounding 5 V 0 V 24 V Emergency stop FX5-8EX/ES 5 V 0 V 24 V FX5-32ET/DS Power supply for loads connected to PLC output...
  • Page 104: Input Wiring

    Input Wiring The input wiring of the CPU module, I/O modules, and terminal modules is explained below. 24 V DC input (Sink and source input type) For input specifications of the CPU module, refer to Page 23 Input Specifications. For input specifications of the I/O modules, refer to Page 171 Input specifications. For input specifications of the terminal modules, refer to Page 187 Input specifications.
  • Page 105 Handling of 24 V DC input ■Input terminal For FX5U CPU module, input module (extension cable type), powered input/output module and high-speed pulse input/output module • Sink input • Source input When a no-voltage contact or NPN open collector transistor output When a no-voltage contact or PNP open collector transistor output is connected between an input (X) terminal and the [0V] terminal is connected between an input (X) terminal and the [24V] terminal...
  • Page 106 ■Input circuit • Function of input circuit The primary and secondary circuits for input are insulated with a photocoupler, and the second circuit is provided with a C-R filter. The C-R filter is designed to prevent malfunctions caused by chattering of the input contact and noise from the input line. Input has a response delay switching from ON to OFF and OFF to ON, shown in the following table.
  • Page 107 Precautions for connecting input devices ■In the case of no-voltage contact Use input devices appropriate for low electric current. If no-voltage contacts for high current (switches) are used, contact failure may occur. ■In the case of input device with built-in series diode The voltage drop of the series diode should be the following value or less.
  • Page 108 If the resistance is less than the above parallel resistance Rp (k), connect a bleeder resistance Rb (k) obtained by the following formula as shown in the following figure. Item Specifications Bleeder resistance Rb (k) FX5U-32M X0 to X5 5 Rp / (14-Rp) or less FX5U-64M, FX5U-80M...
  • Page 109 ■When the input signal cannot be received because the current is insufficient The current rating for the CPU module in X20 or more and the I/O module is 4 mA. In some cases, depending on extension devices used, it may not be possible to receive the input signal, due to the insufficient current.
  • Page 110: Input Wiring Example

    Input wiring example Sink input [AC power supply type] FX5U-32MT/ES Fuse Class D grounding Three-wire sensor Input Input terminal impedance 5V 0V 24V FX5-16EX/ES Two-wire proximity sensor 5V 0V 24V Input terminal FX5-16EX/ES 24 V DC Three-wire 5V 0V 24V sensor Input terminal...
  • Page 111 Source input [AC power supply type] FX5U-32MT/ESS Fuse Class D grounding Three-wire sensor Input Input impedance terminal 5V 0V 24V Two-wire FX5-16EX/ES proximity sensor 5V 0V 24V Input terminal FX5-16EX/ES 24 V DC Three-wire sensor 5V 0V 24V Input terminal *1 Handle the power supply circuit properly in accordance with "Power Supply Wiring."...
  • Page 112 Sink input [DC power supply type] FX5U-32MT/DS Fuse 24 V DC Class D grounding Three-wire sensor Input Input terminal impedance 5V 0V 24V FX5-16EX/ES Two-wire proximity sensor 5V 0V 24V Input terminal FX5-16EX/ES 24 V DC Three- 5V 0V 24V wire Input sensor...
  • Page 113 Source input [DC power supply type] FX5U-32MT/DSS Fuse 24 V DC Class D grounding Three-wire sensor Input Input terminal impedance 5V 0V 24V Two-wire FX5-16EX/ES proximity sensor 5V 0V 24V Input terminal Three-wire FX5-16EX/ES 24 V DC sensor 5V 0V 24V Input terminal *1 Handle the power supply circuit properly in accordance with "Power Supply Wiring."...
  • Page 114: Input Wiring Examples Of Terminal Modules

    Input wiring examples of terminal modules FX-16E-TB, FX-32E-TB Connectable models: FX5-CEX/D, FX5-C32ET/D 0 to 7 (Smaller numbers) 0 to 7 (Larger numbers) Input number of PLC Vacant terminal 3-wire sensor 24 V DC Fuse FX-16E-TB/UL, FX-32E-TB/UL Connectable models: FX5-CEX/DS, FX5-C32ET/DSS •...
  • Page 115 • In the case of source wiring 0 to 7 (Larger numbers) 0 to 7 (Smaller numbers) COM0 Input number of PLC Vacant terminal 3-wire sensor PNP 24 V DC Fuse *1 Replace this number with the one of the connected connector. FX-16EX-A1-TB Connectable models: FX5-CEX/D, FX5-C32ET/D 0 to 3...
  • Page 116: Output Wiring

    Output Wiring The output wiring of the CPU module, I/O modules, and terminal modules is explained below. Relay output For output specifications of the CPU module, refer to Page 25 Output Specifications. For output specifications of the I/O modules, refer to Page 173 Output specifications. For output specifications of the terminal modules, refer to Page 188 Output specifications.
  • Page 117 ■Capacitive load Capacitive loads can generate rush current 20 to 40 times the stationary current. Make sure that the rush current does not exceed the current corresponding to the maximum specified resistance load. Capacitive loads such as capacitors may be present in electronic circuit loads including inverters. ■Resistance load For maximum load specifications of resistance load, refer to the following.
  • Page 118 Wiring precautions ■Protection circuit for load short-circuiting A short-circuit at a load connected to an output terminal could cause Load burnout at the output element or the PCB. To prevent this, a protection fuse should be inserted at the output. Fuse COM0 PLCs...
  • Page 119: Transistor Output

    Transistor output For output specifications of the CPU module, refer to Page 25 Output Specifications. For output specifications of the I/O modules, refer to Page 173 Output specifications. For output specifications of the terminal modules, refer to Page 188 Output specifications. Sink and source output Sink output and source output products are available for transistor outputs of the CPU module, I/O modules, and terminal modules.
  • Page 120 ■External power supply For driving the load, use a smoothing power supply of 5 to 30 V DC that can output current two or more times the current rating of the fuse connected to the load circuit. ■Insulation of circuit The internal circuit of the PLC and the output transistor are insulated with a photocoupler.
  • Page 121 Wiring precautions ■Protection circuit for load short-circuiting A short-circuit at a load connected to an output terminal could cause burnout at the output device or the PCB. To prevent this, a protection fuse should be inserted at the output. Use a load power supply capacity that is at least 2 times larger than the load current.
  • Page 122: Triac Output

    Triac output For output specifications of the terminal modules, refer to Page 188 Output specifications. Handling of triac output ■Output terminal Four triac output points are covered by one common terminal. The common terminal blocks can drive loads of different circuit voltage systems (Example: 100 V AC and 24 V DC).
  • Page 123 Wiring precautions ■Protection circuit for load short-circuiting A short-circuit at a load connected to an output terminal could cause burnout at the output element or the PCB. To prevent this, a protection fuse should be inserted at the output. Load Fuse COM1 Terminal...
  • Page 124: Output Wiring Example

    Output wiring example Relay output AC power supply (100 to 240 V) CPU module Fuse relay output COM0 Breaker Power ON Fuse COM1 Fuse COM3 Emergency stop Output module Fuse COM0 relay output DC power supply Load Fuse COM1 Load Power supply for loads connected to PLC output terminals As for emergency stop operation, see "DESIGN...
  • Page 125 Transistor output ■Sink output type CPU module transistor AC power supply (100 to 240 V) output (sink) Fuse COM0 Breaker Load COM1 Power ON Fuse COM3 Emergency Load stop Output module transistor output (sink) Fuse COM0 DC power supply Load Fuse COM1 Load...
  • Page 126 ■Source output type CPU module transistor AC power supply (100 to 240 V) output (source) Fuse Breaker Load Power ON Fuse Emergency Load stop Output module transistor output (source) Fuse DC power supply Load Fuse Load Power supply for loads connected to PLC output terminals As for emergency stop operation, see "DESIGN PRECAUTIONS"...
  • Page 127: Output Wiring Examples Of Terminal Modules

    Output wiring examples of terminal modules FX-16E-TB, FX-32E-TB Connectable models: FX5-CEYT/D, FX5-C32ET/D 0 to 7 (Smaller numbers) 0 to 7 (Larger numbers) COM0 Output number of PLC Vacant terminal Fuse Fuse Fuse 24 V *1 Replace this number with the one of the connected connector. FX-16E-TB/UL, FX-32E-TB/UL Connectable models: FX5-CEYT/DSS, FX5-C32ET/DSS 0 to 7 (Larger numbers)
  • Page 128 FX-16EYR-TB, FX-16EYR-ES-TB/UL Connectable models FX-16EYR-TB: FX5-CEYT/D, FX5-C32ET/D FX-16EYR-ES-TB/UL: FX5-CEYT/DSS, FX5-C32ET/DSS 0 to 7 Smaller numbers 0 to 7 Larger numbers PLC output 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Relay power supply COM1 COM2...
  • Page 129 FX-16EYT-ES-TB/UL Connectable models: FX5-CEYT/D, FX5-C32ET/D PLC output 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Photocoupler power supply COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 Fuse Fuse 24 V For external wiring precautions, refer to Page 116 Wiring precautions. FX-16EYT-ESS-TB/UL Connectable models: FX5-CEYT/DSS, FX5-C32ET/DSS PLC output...
  • Page 130 FX-16EYS-TB Connectable models: FX5-CEYT/D, FX5-C32ET/D Surge absorbers are connected to each output. PLC output 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Photocoupler power supply COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 Fuse Load...
  • Page 131: Analog Wiring

    Analog Wiring Wiring to the built-in analog I/O terminals of the CPU module is explained below. For specifications of the built-in analog I/O terminals of the CPU module, refer to Page 29 Built-in Analog Specifications. Analog input wiring CH Shield 82.7 k...
  • Page 132: Examples Of Wiring For Various Uses

    Examples of Wiring for Various Uses Notes about examples of wiring The examples of wiring are given under the following conditions. ■Input/output number The input/output numbers are the actual numbers on the program (They may differ from the numbers shown on the product terminals).
  • Page 133: High-speed Counter

    High-speed counter Examples of wiring for high-speed counters are shown below. When capturing pulses of a response frequency of 50 to 200 kHz, refer to Page 107 In the case of capturing high-speed pulses. For details on the high-speed counters, refer to MELSEC iQ-F FX5 User's Manual (Application). For the programs, refer to MELSEC iQ-F FX5 Programming Manual (Instructions, Standard Functions/Function Blocks).
  • Page 134 ■Example of wiring (When 24 V DC external power supply is used) • NPN open collector transistor output rotary encoder In the case of sink wiring • When the input terminals of the CPU module are used • When the input terminals of the High-speed pulse input/output module are used Rotary encoder Rotary encoder...
  • Page 135 2-phase 2-input The wiring examples in this section use the following settings. When settings other than those in the table are used, use the examples shown in the following figures as references for wiring. CH to be used Pulse input mode External preset input External enable input Operation mode CH2 (CPU module) or CH10 (high-speed pulse...
  • Page 136 ■Example of wiring (When 24 V DC external power supply is used) • NPN open collector transistor output rotary encoder In the case of sink wiring • When the input terminals of the CPU module are used • When the input terminals of the High-speed pulse input/output module are used Rotary encoder Rotary encoder...
  • Page 137: Interruption

    Interruption Examples of wiring for when the input interruption function is used are shown below. The same wiring is used for the pulse catch and pulse width measurement functions. When capturing pulses of a response frequency of 50 to 200 kHz, refer to Page 107 In the case of capturing high-speed pulses.
  • Page 138 ■When 24 V DC external power supply is used In the case of sink wiring • Example of wiring of CPU module • Example of wiring of High-speed pulse input/output module CPU module Fuse Fuse Class D grounding Class D grounding 24 V DC 24 V DC 1.5k...
  • Page 139: Digital Switch

    Digital Switch When DSW instructions are used Examples of wiring for capturing values from a 4-digit digital switch to the data register D100 are given below. For the instructions, refer to MELSEC iQ-F FX5 Programming Manual (Instructions, Standard Functions/Function Blocks). ■Example of program SM400 D100...
  • Page 140 When BIN instructions are used Examples of wiring for capturing values from a 2-digit digital switch to the data register D102 are given below. For the instructions, refer to MELSEC iQ-F FX5 Programming Manual (Instructions, Standard Functions/Function Blocks). ■Example of program SM400 K2X10 D102 ■Example of wiring...
  • Page 141: Input Matrix

    Input Matrix Examples of wiring to take ON/OFF status of 24 switches by using MTR instructions are given below. For the instructions, refer to MELSEC iQ-F FX5 Programming Manual (Instructions, Standard Functions/Function Blocks). Example of program SM400 Example of wiring •...
  • Page 142: Seven Segment With Latch

    Seven Segment with Latch For the instructions, refer to MELSEC iQ-F FX5 Programming Manual (Instructions, Standard Functions/Function Blocks). When SEGL instructions are used Examples of wiring for displaying the current value of D100 on the 4-digit 7-segment display are given below. ■Example of program SM400 SEGL...
  • Page 143 When BCD instructions are used Examples of wiring for displaying the current value of D100 on the 2-digit 7-segment display are given below. ■Example of program SM400 D100 K2Y10 ■Example of wiring • Sink wiring The example is the wiring for the input/output of the FX5U-32MT/ES. FX5U-32MT/ES Transistor output (sink) COM2...
  • Page 144: Chapter 7 Operation Adjustment

    OPERATION ADJUSTMENT Preparation for Operation Preliminary inspection Incorrect connection of the power supply terminal, contact of the DC input wire and power supply wire, or short-circuiting of output wires may result in serious damage. Before applying power, check that the power supply and ground terminals are connected correctly and input/output devices are wired properly.
  • Page 145: Procedure Until Operation

    Procedure until operation The procedure until operation is explained below. Turn on the power of the system. Check the following items before turning on the power of the system. When the CPU module with the factory default setting is powered on, the ERR LED flashes because the module has no programs. •...
  • Page 146: Connection With A Personal Computer

    Connection with a personal computer Connect the CPU module with a personal computer on which an engineering tool has been installed. The system configuration examples and GX Works3 settings are described below. For details, refer to GX Works3 Operating Manual. Direct connection Setting examples for accessing the CPU module that is directly connected with a personal computer are shown below.
  • Page 147: Operation And Test

    ■Serial connection FX5-232ADP FX5-232-BD COM port COM port (COM1) (COM1) RS-232 cable RS-232 cable (FX-232CAB-1) (FX-232CAB-1) GX Works3 settings Item Selection item Internal setting Input value  PC side I/F Serial/USB RS-232C COM Port COM1 Transmission Speed 115.2Kbps PLC side I/F PLC Module PLC Mode FX5CPU...
  • Page 148: Running, Stopping, And Resetting

    Running, Stopping, and Resetting Methods of running, stopping, and resetting The following two methods of running, stopping, and resetting the FX5U CPU modules are provided. Using the RUN/STOP/RESET switch The operation status of the CPU module can be changed with the RUN/STOP/RESET switch. Setting the RUN/STOP/RESET switch to the RUN position runs the program.
  • Page 149: Chapter 8 Maintenance And Inspection

    MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION To keep using the PLC in the optimal condition, perform the following inspections daily or periodically. Daily Inspection Perform the following inspections on a daily basis. Item Inspection item Description Installation status Looseness of mounting screws Retighten the mounting screws. of the module Mounting status of the module The module should be securely mounted.
  • Page 150: Battery

    Battery Part names The Latch device memory and clock data upon power interruption. The battery is not incorporated in the CPU module during shipment from the factory. Order it if necessary. Parameter setting is required to back up the device memory and clock data. (Page 149 Setting an optional battery using the engineering tool) External appearance Name...
  • Page 151 Insert the battery connector (B in the figure below) of the battery. Set the battery inside the lower hook (C in the following figure), push up the upper hook (D in the following figure), and then fit the battery in the battery holder (E in the following figure). The following figure shows the position of the battery.
  • Page 152: Battery Replacement

    Battery replacement Battery life and replacement guidelines When the battery voltage is low, the BAT LED is lit red while the power is on, and SM51 (SM8005) and SM52 (SM8006) are turned ON. The memory can be retained for about one month after the LED is turned on. However, the drop in battery voltage may not be detected immediately.
  • Page 153: Special Relay For Low Battery Voltage

    Extract the old battery from the battery holder ("B" in figure below), and disconnect the battery connector ("C" in figure below). Install the new battery. (Page 148 Battery attachment) Attach the expansion board connector cover. If an expansion board was removed in step 2, reinstall it. •...
  • Page 154: Chapter 9 Troubleshooting

    Reconnect the modules and wire one by one to identify the cause. If the PWR LED still does not turn on even after the items shown above are checked, there may be a hardware issue. Consult your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. Checking the BAT LED If the BAT LED is turned on, check the following items.
  • Page 155: Checking The Err Led

    • Fit a noise filter onto the power supply line. If the ERR LED still does not turn off even after the items shown above are checked, there may be a hardware issue. Consult your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. Checking the P.RUN LED If the P.RUN LED is turned off, check the status of the ERR LED and take corrective actions.
  • Page 156: Module Diagnostics (cpu Diagnostics)

    Module diagnostics (CPU Diagnostics) This function diagnoses CPU module, expansion adapter, and expansion board. (The current error and its details can be checked.) Information required for troubleshooting, such as the current error, details and cause of the error, and action to be taken, are displayed.
  • Page 157: Error Status And Operations On Occurrence Of An Error

    Stop The module is unable to continue its operation due to a Perform troubleshooting. If the error still persists, hardware issue. consult your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. Moderate Stop The module is unable to carry out programs or continue the...
  • Page 158: Backing Up The Data

    Backing Up the Data Saving the following information immediately after the occurrence of an error helps in analyzing the cause of the error. • Parameters, programs, and device memory • Error histories Backing up parameters, programs, and device memory The procedure for backing up parameters, programs, and device memory using the engineering tool is explained below. [Online][Read from PLC] Check the parameters, programs, and device memory to back up.
  • Page 159: Troubleshooting For Each Symptom

    The output may be turned off unintentionally in the program. Review user program (Duplicate coils or RST instructions). ■When the output does not turn off There may be a hardware fault. Consult your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. Input does not turn on...
  • Page 160: Plc Write, Plc Read

    The boot operation may be being performed. Read the parameters and review the boot file settings with the engineering tool. If the boot operation is not being performed, there may be a hardware issue. Consult your local Mitsubishi Electric representative.
  • Page 161: Appendix

    APPENDIX Appendix 1 How to Check the Date of Manufacture Check the date of manufacture of the product (except the expansion board) as follows. • Nameplate • Module front surface (CPU module only) Checking the nameplate The date of manufacture of the product can be checked from the manufacturer's serial number "S/N" indicated on the nameplate of the product.
  • Page 162: Appendix 2 Standards

    Compliance to EMC directive and LVD directive of the entire mechanical module should be checked by the user/ manufacturer. For more details please contact to the local Mitsubishi Electric sales site. Requirement for compliance with EMC directive...
  • Page 163: Requirement For Compliance With Lvd Directive

    Product compatibility Type: Programmable controller (open type equipment) Models: FX5 manufactured from October 1st, 2014 FX5U-32MR/ES FX5U-32MT/ES FX5U-32MT/ESS FX5U-64MR/ES FX5U-64MT/ES FX5U-64MT/ESS FX5U-80MR/ES FX5U-80MT/ES FX5U-80MT/ESS FX5-8EX/ES FX5-8EYR/ES FX5-8EYT/ES FX5-8EYT/ESS FX5-16EX/ES FX5-16EYR/ES FX5-16EYT/ES FX5-16EYT/ESS FX5-32ER/ES FX5-32ET/ES FX5-32ET/ESS FX5-232ADP FX5-485ADP FX5-232-BD FX5-485-BD FX5-422-BD-GOT FX5-1PSU-5V FX5-CNV-BUS from January 1st, 2015...
  • Page 164: Caution For Compliance With Ec Directive

    Mitsubishi Electric recommends that shielded cables be used. If no other EMC protection is provided, users may experience temporary loss of accuracy between +10%/-10% in very heavy industrial areas.
  • Page 165 Perform the following when using the FX5-4DA-ADP: • Set the number of times of winding to “2 turns” within approximately 200 mm from the connectors of the power cable on the FX5-4DA-ADP side, and attach a ferrite core. (Ferrite core used in our test: E04SR401938 manufactured by SEIWA ELECTRIC MFG.
  • Page 166: Appendix 3 How To Use Analog Inputs Built In Cpu Module For Current Inputs

    Appendix 3 How to use analog inputs built in CPU module for current inputs The analog input of the built-in analog can be used as current input (4 to 20 mA DC) for the FX5U CPU module. Method of using the FX5U CPU module for current inputs (4 to 20 mA DC) The FX5U CPU module is designed to handle only voltage inputs.
  • Page 167: Appendix 4 Precautions For Operating Ambient Temperature

    Appendix 4 Precautions for operating ambient temperature This section describes precautions when the device is used at an operating ambient temperature below 0. Precaution when used at an operating ambient temperature below 0 • With some exceptions, the operating ambient temperature is -20 to 55 for the FX5 PLCs manufactured in June 2016 onwards.
  • Page 168: Appendix 5 I/o Module

    Appendix 5 I/O Module Product configuration There are various types of I/O module. They differ in supply voltage, number of input/output points, input form, output form and connection type. I/O module Number of Power supply Input type Output type Connection form input/output points PLC internal 24 V DC...
  • Page 169 Model Input Output Connection type Type No. of points Common wiring Type No. of points Common wiring system system ■Output extension/source output only FX5-8EYT/ESS    Transistor Source Terminal block    Source FX5-16EYT/ESS Transistor Terminal block ■Extension connector type Model Input Output...
  • Page 170: Specifications

    High-speed pulse input/output module : Sink, : Source Sink Source Model Input Output Connection type Type No. of points Common wiring Type No. of points Common wiring system system ■Input/output extension/sink and source input/sink output only FX5-16ET/ES-H 24 V DC Sink Source Transistor...
  • Page 171 ■Powered input/output module Item Specifications Voltage rating FX5-32E/E 100 to 240 V AC FX5-32E/D 24 V DC Allowable supply voltage range FX5-32E/E 85 to 264 V AC FX5-32E/D 16.8 to 28.8 V DC Rated frequency FX5-32E/E 50/60 Hz Allowable instantaneous power FX5-32E/E...
  • Page 172 External color, weight, accessories ■Input module/output module Item Specifications External color Munsell 0.6B7.6/0.2 Mass (weight) FX5-8E Approx. 0.2 kg FX5-16E Approx. 0.25 kg FX5-C16EX/, Approx. 0.1 kg FX5-C16EYT/ FX5-C32EX/, Approx. 0.15 kg FX5-C32EYT/ Accessories FX5-8E, Dust proof protection sheet FX5-16E FX5-C32EX/...
  • Page 173 Input specifications There is the simultaneous ON ratio of available PLC inputs or outputs with respect to the ambient temperature. For details, refer to Page 26 Input/Output Derating Curve Item Specifications No. of input points FX5-8EX/ES 8 points FX5-16EX/ES 16 points FX5-32E...
  • Page 174 Item Specifications Input circuit configuration FX5-EX/ES, • When using service power supply for input module and high-speed pulse input/output module FX5-32E, Sink input wiring Source input wiring FX5-16ET/E-H CPU module CPU module Input module Input module • When using service power supply for powered input/output module Sink input wiring Source input wiring Powered input/output module...
  • Page 175 Output specifications There is the simultaneous ON ratio of available PLC inputs or outputs with respect to the ambient temperature. For details, refer to Page 26 Input/Output Derating Curve ■Relay output Item Specifications No. of output points FX5-8EYR/ES 8 points FX5-16EYR/ES 16 points FX5-32ER/S...
  • Page 176 Item Specifications Max. load FX5-EYT/ES, 0.5 A/point FX5-32ET/S, The total load current of resistance loads per common terminal should be the following value. FX5-16ET/ES-H • 4 output points/common terminal: 0.8 A or less • 8 output points/common terminal: 1.6 A or less FX5-CEYT/D, 0.1 A/point FX5-C32ET/D...
  • Page 177 Item Specifications Max. load FX5-EYT/ESS, 0.5 A/point FX5-32ET/SS, The total load current of resistance loads per common terminal should be the following value. FX5-16ET/ESS-H • 4 output points/common terminal: 0.8 A or less • 8 output points/common terminal: 1.6 A or less FX5-CEYT/DSS, 0.1 A/point FX5-C32ET/DSS...
  • Page 178: External Dimensions And Component Names

    External dimensions and component names Input module/output module ■Extension cable type (mounting hole pitch) Unit: mm Without cover 2-4.5 mounting holes External dimensions Model W: mm FX5-8EX/ES FX5-8EYR/ES, FX5-8EYT/ES, FX5-8EYT/ESS FX5-16EX/ES FX5-16EYR/ES, FX5-16EYT/ES, FX5-16EYT/ESS Part names Name Description Input display LED, output display LED Lit when input or output is on.
  • Page 179 ■Extension connector type Unit: mm External dimensions Model W: mm FX5-C16EX/D, FX5-C16EX/DS 14.6 FX5-C16EYT/D, FX5-C16EYT/DSS FX5-C32EX/D, FX5-C32EX/DS 20.1 FX5-C32EYT/D, FX5-C32EYT/DSS Part names Name Description Extension connector Connector connected to extend modules PWR LED Indicates whether the input modules/output modules is powered or not. Lit: Powered Off: Not powered or hardware error I/O display LED...
  • Page 180 Input/output module Unit: mm External dimensions Model W: mm FX5-C32ET/D, FX5-C32ET/DSS 20.1 Part names Name Description Extension connector Connector connected to extend modules PWR LED Indicates whether the input/output modules are powered or not. Lit: Powered Off: Not powered or hardware error I/O display LED Lit when input or output is on.
  • Page 181 Powered input/output module 2-4.5 mounting holes [5] [6] Unit: mm 140 (mounting hole pitch) (mounting hole pitch) [Without cover] [10] External dimensions Model W: mm FX5-32ER/ES, FX5-32ET/ES, FX5-32ET/ESS FX5-32ER/DS, FX5-32ET/DS, FX5-32ET/DSS Part names Name Description Extension connector cover (for preceding module) Cover for protecting the extension connector cover (for preceding module).
  • Page 182 High-speed pulse input/output module Unit: mm Without cover 2-4.5 mounting holes External dimensions Model W: mm FX5-16ET/ES-H, FX5-16ET/ESS-H Part names Name Description Input display LED, Output display LED Lit when input or output is on. POWER LED Indicates whether the input modules/output modules is powered or not. Lit: Powered Off: Not powered or hardware error Pullout tab...
  • Page 183: Terminal Layout

    Terminal layout Extension cable type FX5-8EX/ES FX5-8EYR/ES FX5-8EYT/ESS FX5-16ET/ES-H FX5-8EYT/ES FX5-16EX/ES FX5-16EYR/ES FX5-16EYT/ESS FX5-16ET/ESS-H FX5-16EYT/ES Lower Lower Lower numbers numbers numbers Higher Higher Higher number number number FX5-32E/E FX5-32E/D S/S 0V FX5-32ER/ES, FX5-32ET/ES FX5-32ER/DS, FX5-32ET/DS COM0 COM1 COM2 COM3 COM0 COM1 COM2 COM3...
  • Page 184 Extension connector type FX5-C16EX/D FX5-C32EX/D FX5-C16EYT/D FX5-C32EYT/D FX5-C32ET/D Input Output Input Output Input Smaller Notch Smaller Notch Notch Notch Notch numbers numbers COM0 COM0 COM0 COM0           Input Output Output Larger Larger numbers numbers...
  • Page 185: Appendix 6 Connector Conversion Module

    Appendix 6 Connector conversion module Connector conversion modules are used to connect FX5 I/O modules (extension connector type) in FX5U CPU module systems. External dimensions and component names Unit: mm External dimensions Model W: mm FX5-CNV-IF 14.6 Part names Name Description Extension connector (for preceding module) Connector for connecting the supplied extension cable that connects to the preceding...
  • Page 186: Appendix 7 Sd Memory Card

    Appendix 7 SD Memory Card Part names An SD memory card is installed in the CPU module to operate the module based on the project data in the card. Name Description Write protect switch Setting the switch in the lock position prevents the data in the SD memory card from being deleted and overwritten. Specifications The following shows functional specifications of the SD memory card.
  • Page 187: Insertion And Removal Of The Sd Memory Card

    Insertion and removal of the SD memory card The following explains insertion and removal of the SD memory card. Insertion procedure Mount the SD memory card. Pay attention to the direction of the card and follow the procedure below. Insert the SD memory card (1) straight into the SD memory card slot. Make sure that the notch of the card is directed downward.
  • Page 188 Appendix 8 Terminal Module Product configuration Terminal modules are used to convert connector-type I/O terminals into terminal blocks. By using terminal blocks (built-in element Option cable or type) dedicated to input or output, capturing of AC input signals user-created cable and format conversion into the relay/transistor/triac output can be performed.
  • Page 189 Specifications Exterior color, accessories Item Specifications Exterior color Munsell 0.08GY/7.64/0.81 Accessories Input/output number label, terminal block layout card Input specifications ■FX-16EX-A1-TB Item Specifications Input type AC input Input signal voltage 100 to 120 V AC +10% -15% 50/60 Hz Input signal current 4.7 mA/100 V AC 50 Hz 6.2 mA/110 V AC 60 Hz Input impedance...
  • Page 190 Output specifications ■Relay output (FX-16EYR-TB, FX-16EYR-ES-TB/UL) Item Specifications Output type Relay External voltage 250 V AC or less, 30 V DC or less Max. load Resistance load 2 A/point The total load current per common terminals (four points) should be 8 A or less. Inductive load 80 VA Min.
  • Page 191 ■Transistor/sink output (FX-16EYT-TB, FX-16EYT-ES-TB/UL) Item Specifications Output type Transistor/sink output External voltage 5 to 30 V DC Max. load Resistance load 0.5 A/point The total load current per common terminals (four points) should be 0.8 A or less. Inductive load 12 W/24 V DC ...
  • Page 192 ■Transistor/source output (FX-16EYT-ESS-TB/UL) Item Specifications Output type Transistor/source output External voltage 5 to 30 V DC Max. load Resistance load 0.5 A/point The total load current per common terminals (four points) should be 0.8 A or less. Inductive load 12 W/24 V DC ...
  • Page 193 ■Triac output (FX-16EYS-TB, FX-16EYS-ES-TB/UL) Item Specifications Output type Triac (SSR) External voltage 85 to 242 V AC Max. load Resistance load 0.3 A/point The total load current per common terminals (four points) should be 0.8 A or less. Inductive load 15 VA/100 V AC 36 VA/200 V AC Min.
  • Page 194 External dimensions and component names • FX-16E-TB, FX-16E-TB/UL • FX-32E-TB, FX-32E-TB/UL • FX-16EX-A1-TB • FX-16EYR-TB, FX-16EYR-ES-TB/UL, FX-16EYT-TB, FX-16EYT-ES-TB/UL, FX-16EYT-ESS-TB/UL, FX-16EYS-TB, FX-16EYS-ES-TB/UL Unit: mm (inches) Name Description CN1 connector Connector for connecting input signal cables or output signal cables for CN1 CN2 connector Connector for connecting input signal cables or output signal cables for CN2 (FX-32E-TB and FX-32E-TB/UL only)
  • Page 195: Terminal Layout

    Terminal layout • FX-16E-TB, FX-16E-TB/UL Smaller numbers Larger numbers • FX-32E-TB, FX-32E-TB/UL Smaller numbers Larger numbers CN1 CN2 Smaller numbers Larger numbers • FX-16EX-A1-TB POWER Smaller numbers Larger numbers COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 • FX-16EYR-TB, FX-16EYR-ES-TB/UL, FX-16EYT-TB, FX-16EYT-ES-TB/UL, FX-16EYT-ESS-TB/UL, FX-16EYS-TB, FX-16EYS-ES-TB/UL Smaller numbers Larger numbers COM1...
  • Page 196: Internal Circuit

    Internal circuit FX-16E-TB, FX-32E-TB 0 to 7 (Smaller numbers) 0 to 7 (Larger numbers) (20) (10) (19) (18) (17) (16) (15) (14) (13) (12) (11) (20) (10) (19) (18) (17) (16) (15) (14) (13) (12) (11) 0 to 7 (Smaller numbers) 0 to 7 (Larger numbers) *1 Replace this number with the one of the connected connector.
  • Page 197 FX-16E-TB/UL, FX-32E-TB/UL 0 to 7 (Smaller numbers) 0 to 7 (Larger numbers) (20) (10) COM0 (19) COM0 (18) (17) (16) (15) (14) (13) (12) (11) (20) (10) COM0 (19) COM0 (18) (17) (16) (15) (14) (13) (12) (11) 0 to 7 (Smaller numbers) 0 to 7 (Larger numbers) *1 Replace this number with the one of the connected connector.
  • Page 198 FX-16EX-A1-TB   (20) (10) (19) (18) Photocoupler Photocoupler (17) (16) (15) (14) (13) (12) (11) Photocoupler Photocoupler 0 to 3 4 to 7 0 to 3 4 to 7 COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 0 to 7 Larger numbers 0 to 7 Smaller numbers FX-16EYR-TB ...
  • Page 199 FX-16EYR-ES-TB/UL   (20) (10) (19) (18) (17) (16) (15) (14) (13) (12) (11) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 4 5 6 7 COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 0 to 7 Smaller numbers 0 to 7 Larger numbers *1 Replace this number with the one of the connected connector.
  • Page 200 FX-16EYT-ES-TB/UL   (20) (10) Photo- (19) coupler k k (18) Photo- (17) coupler (16) (15) (14) (13) Photo- (12) coupler k k (11) Photo- coupler 0 to 7 Smaller numbers 0 to 7 Larger numbers 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7...
  • Page 201 FX-16EYS-TB   (20) (10) COM0 (19) COM0 k k (18) Photo- (17) Photo- thyristor (16) thyristor (15) (14) (13) (12) k k (11) Photo- Photo- thyristor thyristor 0 to 7 Smaller numbers 0 to 7 Larger numbers Surge absorbers are connected to each output. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3...
  • Page 202: Appendix 9 Precautions For Battery Transportation

    Appendix 9 Precautions for Battery Transportation When transporting lithium batteries, follow required transportation regulations. Batteries used in the FX5U CPU module are classified as follows. Control-subject product Built-in None (FX5U CPU modules do not include batteries when shipped from the factory.) Battery only (spare parts and optional parts) Model Battery type...
  • Page 203: Appendix 10handling Of Batteries And Devices With Built-in Batteries In Eu Member States

    Appendix 10 Handling of Batteries and Devices with Built-in Batteries in EU Member States This section describes the precautions for disposing of waste batteries in EU member states and exporting batteries and/or devices with built-in batteries to EU member states. Disposal precautions In EU member states, there is a separate collection system for waste batteries.
  • Page 204: Index

    INDEX ..17 RS-485 terminal resistor selector switch ... . . 17,146 RUN/STOP/RESET switch ......16 BAT LED .
  • Page 205 MEMO...
  • Page 206: Revisions

    Section 5.1, 5.2, 5.4, 5.5, 6.1, 6.2, 6.4, 6.5, 6.8, 9.7, Appendix 2, 3, 6 This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation cannot be held responsible for any problems involving industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.
  • Page 207: Warranty

    WARRANTY Please confirm the following product warranty details before using this product. Gratis Warranty Term and Gratis Warranty 2. Onerous repair term after discontinuation of production Range If any faults or defects (hereinafter "Failure") found to Mitsubishi shall accept onerous product repairs for be the responsibility of Mitsubishi occurs during use of seven (7) years after production of the product is the product within the gratis warranty term, the...
  • Page 208: Trademarks

    TRADEMARKS   Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Ethernet is a trademark of Xerox Corporation. Anywire and ANYWIREASLINK is a registered trademark of the Anywire Corporation. ...
  • Page 210 Manual number: JY997D55301D Model: FX5U-U-HW-E Model code: 09R536 When exported from Japan, this manual does not require application to the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry for service transaction permission. HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BUILDING, 2-7-3 MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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