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MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
Safety Programmable Controller
User's Manual
Safety Relay Module
01 11 2008
INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
SH(NA)-080746ENG
Version C

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  • Page 1 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC Safety Programmable Controller User's Manual Safety Relay Module 01 11 2008 INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC SH(NA)-080746ENG Version C...
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Always read these instructions before using this equipment.) Before using the product, please read this manual, the relevant manuals introduced in this manual, standard programmable controller manuals, and the safety standards carefully and pay full attention to safety to handle the product correctly. In this manual, the safety instructions are ranked as "DANGER"...
  • Page 5 [Design Precautions] CAUTION The safety category is evaluated by the whole equipment. Make sure that the whole equipment meets the requirements before use. Use the programmable controller in an environment that meets the general specifications contained in this manual. Using this programmable controller in an environment outside the range of the general specifications could result in electric shock, fire, erroneous operation, and damage to or deterioration of the product.
  • Page 6 [Installation Precautions] CAUTION Be sure to shut off all phases of the external supply power used by the system before mounting/ removing a module. Not doing so may result in damage to the product. When mounting a module, make room for 5cm (1.97 inch) or more at above and below of the module for ventilation.
  • Page 7 CAUTION Ground the FG and LG terminals correctly. Not doing so could result in electric shock or malfunctions. Wire the module correctly after confirming the rated voltage and terminal layout. Connecting a power supply of a different rated voltage or incorrect wiring may cause a fire or failure. Be sure there are no foreign substances such as sawdust or wiring debris inside the module.
  • Page 8 [Wiring Precautions] CAUTION When removing the connected communication cables or power cables, do not pull the cable with grasping the cable part. Remove the cable connected to the terminal block after loosening the terminal block screws. Pulling the cable connected to a module may result in malfunctions or damage of the module or cable.
  • Page 9 [Startup and Maintenance Precautions] CAUTION Do not disassemble or remodel the module. Doing so could cause a failure, malfunctions, injury, or fire. If the product is repaired or remodeled by other than the specified FA centers or us, the warranty is not covered.
  • Page 10: Revisions

    This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any 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 11: Table Of Contents

    INTRODUCTION Thank you for choosing the Mitsubishi safety relay module. Before using this product, please read this manual carefully to develop full familiarity with the functions and performance of the safety relay module to ensure correct use. CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• A - 1 REVISIONS•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••...
  • Page 12 Start-up/off Check Function••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4 - 2 Start-up Method Selection Function••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4 - 3 Safety Output Function •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4 - 3 Monitor Function •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4 - 4 Partial Shutdown Function with Extension Module ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4 - 5 CHAPTER5 SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION 5 - 1 to 5 - 30 Q Series Safety Relay Module •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••...
  • Page 13 APPENDIX App - 1 to App - 4 Appendix 1 External Dimensions •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• App - 1 Appendix 1.1 Q series safety relay module •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• App - 1 Appendix 1.2 CC-Link safety relay module •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• App - 2 Appendix 1.3 Extension safety relay module •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• App - 3 - 10...
  • Page 14: About Manuals

    ABOUT MANUALS The manuals related to this product are shown below. Refer to the following table when ordering required manuals. Related manuals Manual number Manual name (model code) QCPU User's Manual (Hardware Design, Maintenance and Inspection) SH(NA)-080483ENG This manual explains the specifications of the CPU module, power supply module, base unit, (13JR73) extension cable, and memory card.
  • Page 15: Generic Terms And Abbreviations

    GENERIC TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS Unless otherwise specified, this manual uses the following generic terms and abbreviations to explain the safety relay module. Generic term/abbreviation Description Q series safety relay module Generic term for QS90SR2SP-Q and QS90SR2SN-Q CC-Link safety relay module Generic term for QS90SR2SP-CC and QS90SR2SN-CC Extension safety relay module Generic term for QS90SR2SP-EX and QS90SR2SN-EX...
  • Page 16: Chapter1 Overview

    OVERVIEW CHAPTER1 OVERVIEW This manual explains specifications, handling, and wiring methods of the safety relay module. About Safety Relay Module The safety relay module achieves basic safety functions for emergency stop only by wiring, without programming. It is safety check type module whose output does not turn ON until all conditions of the safety input (normally closed contact), off check input (normally closed contact), and start- up switch (normally open contact) are met.
  • Page 17: Features

    OVERVIEW Features This section explains features of the safety relay module. (1) Obtaining the highest level of safety approval The safety relay module obtained the highest safety approval (Category 4 of EN954- 1/ISO13849-1/performance level E) that the programmable controller can be gained (In some conditions, Category 3/performance level D can be gained).
  • Page 18 OVERVIEW (4) Small-scale safety control The safety relay module is suited for small-scale safety control whose number of I/O points is around 10. (a) Programming is unnecessary. Safety circuits can be easily created only by wiring, without programming and settings. Since an inspection on programming by safety certification organization is unnecessary, the man-hour taken for obtaining the safety approval can be omitted.
  • Page 19: Checking The Safety Relay Module Model

    OVERVIEW Checking the Safety Relay Module Model This section explains how to check the safety relay module model. QS90SR2S P - Q Q: For Q series CC: For CC-Link EX: For extension P: Input with positive commons N: Input with positive common and negative common Figure 1.3 Checking the safety relay module model 1.3 Checking the Safety Relay Module Model...
  • Page 20: Chapter2 System Configuration

    SYSTEM CONFIGURATION CHAPTER2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION This chapter explains the system configuration, precautions for use, and system equipment of the safety relay module. System Configuration Figure 2.1 shows system configuration using the safety relay module. Safety part Extension Extension Extension safety safety safety relay module...
  • Page 21: Applicable Systems

    SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Applicable Systems (1) Mountable modules, the number of mountable modules, and mountable base units (a) Q series safety relay module 1) When mounting to CPU module The following table shows the mountable CPU modules, the number of mountable modules, and mountable base units of the Q series safety relay module.
  • Page 22 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2) When mounting to remote I/O station in MELSECNET/H connection The following table shows the mountable network modules, the number of mountable modules, and mountable base units of the Q series safety relay module. Shortage of power capacity may occur depending on the combination with other mounted modules or the number of mounted modules.
  • Page 23: Chapter3 Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS CHAPTER3 SPECIFICATIONS General Specifications Table 3.1 shows the general specifications of the safety relay module. Table 3.1 General specifications Item Specifications Operating ambient 0 to 55 temperature Storage ambient -25 to 75 temperature Operating ambient 30 to 85%RH, non-condensing humidity Storage ambient 30 to 85%RH, non-condensing...
  • Page 24: Q Series Safety Relay Module Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS Q Series Safety Relay Module Specifications This section explains the specifications of the Q series safety relay module. 3.2.1 QS90SR2SP-Q Q series safety relay module Table 3.2 Performance specifications of QS90SR2SP-Q (1/2) Q series safety relay module Item QS90SR2SP-Q Input specifications Output specifications Number of safety input points...
  • Page 25 SPECIFICATIONS Table 3.2 Performance specifications of QS90SR2SP-Q (2/2) Signal name External connection diagram Connector number +24V (UNIT) Module power supply part 24G (UNIT) Fuse 0.9A +24V (UNIT) 24VDC Extension DC/DC (UNIT) communication (UNIT) part +24V (SAFETY) 24G (SAFETY) Q bus Monitor circuit circuit...
  • Page 26: Qs90sr2sn-q Q Series Safety Relay Module

    SPECIFICATIONS 3.2.2 QS90SR2SN-Q Q series safety relay module Table 3.3 Performance specifications of QS90SR2SN-Q (1/2) Q series safety relay module Item QS90SR2SN-Q Input specifications Output specifications Number of safety input points 1 safety input point (2 inputs) Number of safety output points 1 safety output point (3 outputs) Number of other input points 1 start-up input point...
  • Page 27 SPECIFICATIONS Table 3.3 Performance specifications of QS90SR2SN-Q (2/2) Signal name External connection diagram Connector number +24V (UNIT) Module power supply part 24G (UNIT) Fuse 0.9A +24V (UNIT) 24VDC Extension DC/DC (UNIT) communication (UNIT) part +24V (SAFETY) 24G (SAFETY) Q bus Monitor circuit circuit...
  • Page 28: Cc-link Safety Relay Module Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS CC-Link Safety Relay Module Specifications This section explains the specifications of the CC-Link safety relay module. 3.3.1 QS90SR2SP-CC CC-Link safety relay module Table 3.4 Performance specifications of QS90SR2SP-CC (1/2) CC-Link safety relay module Item QS90SR2SP-CC Input specifications Output specifications Number of safety input points 1 safety input point (2 inputs) Number of safety output points...
  • Page 29 SPECIFICATIONS Table 3.4 Performance specifications of QS90SR2SP-CC (2/2) Signal name External connection diagram Connector number +24V (UNIT) Module power Fuse supply part 0.9A 24G (UNIT) +24V (UNIT) 24VDC DC/DC (UNIT) (UNIT) CC-Link part Extension CC-Link circuit communication part Safety power supply, start-up Monitor +24V (SAFETY)
  • Page 30: Qs90sr2sn-cc Cc-link Safety Relay Module

    SPECIFICATIONS 3.3.2 QS90SR2SN-CC CC-Link safety relay module Table 3.5 Performance specifications of QS90SR2SN-CC (1/2) CC-Link safety relay module Item QS90SR2SN-CC Input specifications Output specifications Number of safety input points 1 safety input point (2 inputs) Number of safety output points 1 safety output point (3 outputs) Number of other input points 1 start-up input point...
  • Page 31 SPECIFICATIONS Table 3.5 Performance specifications of QS90SR2SN-CC (2/2) Signal name External connection diagram Connector number +24V (UNIT) Module power Fuse supply part 0.9A 24G (UNIT) +24V (UNIT) 24VDC DC/DC (UNIT) (UNIT) CC-Link part Extension CC-Link circuit communication part Safety power supply, start-up Monitor +24V (SAFETY)
  • Page 32: Extension Safety Relay Module Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS Extension Safety Relay Module Specifications This section explains the specifications of the extension safety relay module. 3.4.1 QS90SR2SP-EX extension safety relay module Table 3.6 Performance specifications of QS90SR2SP-EX (1/2) Extension safety relay module Item QS90SR2SP-EX Input specifications Output specifications Number of safety input points 1 safety input point (2 inputs) Number of safety output points...
  • Page 33 SPECIFICATIONS Table 3.6 Performance specifications of QS90SR2SP-EX (2/2) Signal name External connection diagram Connector number Extension communication part Monitor circuit Start-up input part Empty Empty Start-up Safety input switch part Empty Internal safety circuit Safety output part 1 Empty Switches Safety output part 2 Safety relay...
  • Page 34: Qs90sr2sn-ex Extension Safety Relay Module

    SPECIFICATIONS 3.4.2 QS90SR2SN-EX extension safety relay module Table 3.7 Performance specifications of QS90SR2SN-EX (1/2) Extension safety relay module Item QS90SR2SN-EX Input specifications Output specifications Number of safety input points 1 safety input point (2 inputs) Number of safety output points 1 safety output point (3 outputs) Number of other input points 1 start-up input point...
  • Page 35 SPECIFICATIONS Table 3.7 Performance specifications of QS90SR2SN-EX (2/2) Signal name External connection diagram Connector number Extension communication part Start-up input part Empty Empty Monitor circuit Safety input part Empty Safety output Start-up switch part 1 Empty Safety output Internal safety circuit part 2 Safety limit switch...
  • Page 36: I/o Signals

    SPECIFICATIONS I/O Signals The following table shows the I/O signals of the safety relay module. Table 3.8 List of I/O signals Description Device number Signal name Module Q series CC-Link X0: Safety input 0 Input No input X1: Safety input 1 Input No input Z: Safety output...
  • Page 37: Cable Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS Cable Specifications (1) Safety circuit part extension cables Table 3.9 shows the specifications of cables used for adding a safety relay module. Use the following cable for adding the safety part. If using a cable other than the following, the operation is not guaranteed. Table 3.9 Cable specifications Name Model...
  • Page 38: Chapter4 Functions

    FUNCTIONS CHAPTER4 FUNCTIONS Table 4.1 shows the list of safety relay module functions. Table 4.1 Function list Description Reference Function Prevents damage of the safety functions due to a single failure by doubling inputs. •Input N type: Dual input with positive common and negative common Dual input function •Input P type: Dual input with positive commons Section 4.1...
  • Page 39: Start-up/off Check Function

    FUNCTIONS Start-up/off Check Function This function is to start the system after making sure that status of the safety relay module and external device are normal. When the safety relay and electromagnetic switch are connected, connecting the normally closed contacts to the start-up/off check terminal of the safety relay module inhibiting the start-up at a failure such as contact welding.
  • Page 40: Start-up Method Selection Function

    FUNCTIONS Start-up Method Selection Function This function allows to select the start-up method with start-up setting switch. The start-up method has auto mode and manual mode. (1) Auto mode This mode starts immediately after safety input and off check are all met. Set the start-up setting switch to “A”...
  • Page 41: Monitor Function

    FUNCTIONS Monitor Function This function allows to check operating status of the whole safety relay modules including extension safety relay modules by connecting with the programmable controller using programming tool. Each module status can be checked as 32-point input from the CPU module. Personal computer (GX Developer) Figure 4.3 Monitor function...
  • Page 42: Partial Shutdown Function With Extension Module

    FUNCTIONS Partial Shutdown Function with Extension Module This function allows to shut off only the outputs of extension module by using safety inputs of extension module. By shutting off only the necessary parts, operating rate of equipment and production line can be raised.
  • Page 43: Chapter5 Settings And Procedures Before Operation

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION CHAPTER5 SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION This chapter explains settings and procedures before operating the safety relay module. Q Series Safety Relay Module 5.1.1 Start-up procedures Figure 5.1 shows start-up procedures for the Q series safety relay module. Start Mount a main module on the base unit and install it to a control panel...
  • Page 44 SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION (From previous page) Auto mode Start-up mode Manual mode Connect the start-up switch between XS0 and XS1. Connect electromagnetic switch to output? Connect normally closed contact of the electromagnetic switch to off check. Check the wiring and settings. Power-ON Auto mode Start-up mode...
  • Page 45: Handling Precautions

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION 5.1.2 Handling precautions This section explains handling precautions for the Q series safety relay module. Do not touch the terminals while power is on. DANGER Doing so could result in electric shock. Turn off all phases of the external supply power used in the system when cleaning the module or retightening the terminal block mounting screws, terminal screws, or module mounting screws.
  • Page 46: Part Names And Settings

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION 5.1.3 Part names and settings This section explains each part name of the Q series safety relay module. Figure 5.2 Q series safety relay module Table 5.1 Part names (1/2) Description Number Name Indicates status of module power supply. ON: Module power supply is supplied.
  • Page 47: Mounting/removal

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION Table 5.1 Part names (2/2) Description Number Name + 24V: Module power supply + 24V terminal Module power supply part POWER 24G: Module power supply 24G terminal terminal block FG: Module power supply FG terminal EA, EB, EG: Data terminal for extension communication Extension communication part LOCAL COM...
  • Page 48: Cc-link Safety Relay Module

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION CC-Link Safety Relay Module 5.2.1 Start-up procedures Figure 5.3 shows start-up procedures for the CC-Link safety relay module. Start Mount a master module, local module, and standby master module on the base unit. Install the modules to a control panel or machine.
  • Page 49 SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION (From previous page) Auto mode Start-up mode Manual mode Connect the start-up switch between XS0 and XS1. Connect electromagnetic switch to output? Connect normally closed contact of the electromagnetic switch to off check. Check the wiring and settings. Power-ON Auto mode Start-up mode...
  • Page 50: Handling Precautions

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION 5.2.2 Handling precautions This section explains handling precautions for the CC-Link safety relay module. Do not touch the terminals while power is on. DANGER Doing so could result in electric shock. Turn off all phases of the external supply power used in the system when cleaning the module or retightening the terminal block mounting screws.
  • Page 51: Part Names And Settings

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION 5.2.3 Part names and settings This section explains each part name of the CC-Link safety relay module. Figure 5.4 CC-Link safety relay module Table 5.2 Part names (1/2) Description Number Name Indicates status of the module power supply. Module power supply is supplied.
  • Page 52 SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION Table 5.2 Part names (1/2) Description Number Name Indicates status of safety output Z. Safety output is generated (both K0 and K1 are ON). OFF: Safety output is not generated. Indicates status of safety input (X0, X1). Safety output is generated.
  • Page 53: Station Number Setting

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION 5.2.4 Station number setting For station number setting in CC-Link system, refer to the User's Manual for the master/ local module. 5.2.5 Module installation direction The CC-Link safety relay module can be installed in five directions. Front installation Horizontal installation Figure 5.5 Module installation direction...
  • Page 54: Extension Safety Relay Module

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION Extension Safety Relay Module 5.3.1 Start-up procedures Figure 5.6 shows start-up procedures for the extension safety relay module. Start Mount a module on a DIN rail or control panel. Connect safety circuit part extension cable to the extension connector on the front of the module (IN side).
  • Page 55 SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION (From previous page) Auto mode Start-up mode Manual mode Connect the start-up switch between XS0 and XS1. Check the wiring and settings. Power-ON Auto mode Start-up mode Manual mode Turn ON the start-up switch. Check the operating status with LED and others.
  • Page 56: Handling Precautions

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION 5.3.2 Handling precautions This section explains handling precautions for the extension safety relay module. Do not touch the terminals while power is on. DANGER Doing so could result in electric shock. Turn off all phases of the external supply power used in the system when cleaning the module or retightening the terminal block mounting screws.
  • Page 57: Part Names And Settings

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION 5.3.3 Part names and settings This section explains each part name of the extension safety relay module. Figure 5.7 Extension safety relay module Table 5.3 Part names (1/2) Number Name Description Indicates status of the module power supply. Module power supply is supplied.
  • Page 58 SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION Table 5.3 Part names (2/2) Number Name Description Start-up part terminal block XS0, XS1: Start-up/off, check terminal Z00, Z01: Safety relay output terminal Safety output part terminal block Z10, Z11: Safety relay output terminal Z20, Z21: Safety relay output terminal A switch for setting the station number of extension communication Setting switch status (LOCAL ST No.) Setting...
  • Page 59: Module Installation Direction

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION 5.3.4 Module installation direction The extension safety relay module can be installed in five directions. Front installation Horizontal installation Figure 5.8 Module installation direction - 17 5.3 Extension Safety Relay Module 5.3.4 Module installation direction...
  • Page 60: Wiring

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION Wiring This section explains wiring of the safety relay module, power supply, and I/O module. 5.4.1 Precautions for safety devices and wiring This section explains precautions for various safety devices and wiring. (1) Safety input specifications Table 5.4 shows specifications of safety inputs.
  • Page 61 SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION (4) Electromagnetic switch for control When using electromagnetic switch, it must be forcibly guided type and high reliable. (5) Connecting a light curtain (a) When connecting a light curtain to the main module (QS90SR2SP-Q, QS90SR2SP-CC), connect it to X0 and X1 sides as shown in Figure 5.9. Connect light curtain power supply and safety part power supply by their ground side or supply power from the same power supply.
  • Page 62 SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION 1) Precautions for selecting power supply Power supply input of a light curtain will be connected to the COM terminal of the extension module. Select a light curtain compatible with the specifications for the COM terminal and X0/X1 terminals of the extension module. Table 5.6 Specifications for selectable light curtains Rated voltage 23 10 [V]...
  • Page 63 SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION [Calculation example] A calculation example for the system with three extension modules and two light curtains is shown below. In the example, current consumption of each light curtain is assumed as follows. Current consumption of light curtain A (receiver): 120[mA] Current consumption of light curtain B (receiver): 210[mA] Safety relay module specifications Main module current consumption: 85[mA]...
  • Page 64 SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION (d) Time chart Figure 5.11 shows the operation timing of each device when safety shutdown is executed by the main unit in the system where a light curtain is connected to the extension module. Emergency Emergency stop activated stop released...
  • Page 65 SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION (6) Safety devices to be connected Connect safety devices that meet the conditions as shown below. (a) Push button switch for emergency stop The switch that has the direct opening action (positive opening mechanism) and complies with EN60947-5-1 or IEC60947-5-1.
  • Page 66 SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION (8) Safety stop and function stop When using safety relay module, ON/OFF operation is made with the function stop according to control target. In this case, use it together with safety stop. Since only function stop may not stop the system, not doing so may cause a malfunction.
  • Page 67: Spring Clamp Terminal Block

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION 5.4.2 Spring clamp terminal block (1) Method for connecting a cable to the spring clamp terminal block (a) Connecting a cable 1) For module power supply part/safety power supply part/safety input part/safety output part terminal block While pressing the open/close button with a flathead screwdriver, insert a cable into the insertion hole.
  • Page 68 SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION (b) Disconnecting a cable 1) For module power supply part/safety power supply part/safety input part/safety output part terminal block While fully pressing the open/close button with a flathead screwdriver, pull out the cable. 2) For extension communication part terminal block While fully pressing the ditch between the insertion holes with a flathead screwdriver, pull out the cable.
  • Page 69 Table 5.7 Applicable solderless terminals (bar terminals) and crimp tools Maker Remarks Product Model For CC-Link dedicated cables Bar type solderless FA-VTC125T9 terminal (0.3 to 1.65mm Mitsubishi Electric Engineering Co.,Ltd. Tool for bar type FA-NH65A solderless terminal TE0.5-10 0.3 to 0.5mm TE0.75-10 0.75mm Bar type solderless TE1.0-10 1.0mm...
  • Page 70: Attaching/removing A Terminal Block

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION 5.4.3 Attaching/removing a terminal block (1) Attaching a terminal block (a) For Q series safety relay module Insert a terminal block into the connector and tighten terminal block fixing screws with a flathead screwdriver. (b) For CC-Link safety relay module and extension safety relay module Fully insert the terminal block to the connector.
  • Page 71: Connecting With Cc-link Dedicated Cables

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION 5.4.5 Connecting with CC-Link dedicated cables Figure 5.20 shows how safety relay modules are connected with CC-Link dedicated cables. CC-Link CC-Link Master module safety relay module safety relay module (Blue) Terminating (White) resistor (Yellow) Turn ON the CC-Link terminating resistor setting switch "LT".
  • Page 72: Connecting Extension Modules

    SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION 5.4.7 Connecting extension modules (1) Adding the safety part • Add a safety relay module of same input type. • Addition in combination with input P type module and input N type module is not possible.
  • Page 73: Chapter6 Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING CHAPTER6 TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter explains description, cause investigation, and corrective action of an error when using the safety relay module. To increase system reliability, starting the system early in the case of a failure is important as well as using the highly-reliable devices. The following is the basic three points that should be noted when performing troubleshooting to find a failure cause, take corrective action against it, and start the system early.
  • Page 74: Q Series Safety Relay Module

    TROUBLESHOOTING (3) Narrowing down the trouble cause Guess the failure location to any of the following by checking (1) and (2) above. 1) Safety relay module or external device? 2) Main module, extension module or another module? 3) Programmable controller? 4) Sequence program? Q Series Safety Relay Module 6.1.1...
  • Page 75: Error Check Method With Monitor Signal

    TROUBLESHOOTING 6.1.2 Error check method with monitor signal Table 6.2 shows description, cause investigation, and corrective action of errors depending on monitor signal. Table 6.2 Error handling of safety part with monitor signal I/O port Cause Corrective action Monitor signal K1RB K0RB A display when the module does not Main module...
  • Page 76: Cc-link Safety Relay Module

    TROUBLESHOOTING CC-Link Safety Relay Module 6.2.1 Error check method with LED Table 6.3 shows description, cause investigation, and corrective action of errors depending on LED display on the module. Table 6.3 Error handling of safety part with LED LED signal Cause Corrective action S PW...
  • Page 77: Error Check Method With Monitor Signal

    TROUBLESHOOTING 6.2.2 Error check method with monitor signal Table 6.4 shows description, cause investigation, and corrective action of errors depending on monitor signal. Table 6.4 Error handling of safety part with monitor signal I/O port Cause Corrective action Monitor signal K1RB K0RB A display when the module does not Main module...
  • Page 78: Extension Safety Relay Module

    TROUBLESHOOTING Extension Safety Relay Module 6.3.1 Error check method with LED Table 6.5 shows description, cause investigation, and corrective action of errors depending on LED display on the module. Table 6.5 Error handling of safety part with LED LED signal Cause Corrective action ERR.
  • Page 79: Error Check Method With Monitor Signal

    TROUBLESHOOTING 6.3.2 Error check method with monitor signal Table 6.6 shows description, cause investigation, and corrective action of errors depending on monitor signal. Table 6.6 Error handling of safety part with monitor signal I/O port Cause Corrective action Monitor signal K1RB K0RB A display when the module does not Main module...
  • Page 80 APPENDIX APPENDIX Appendix 1 External Dimensions Appendix 1.1 Q series safety relay module (1) QS90SR2SP-Q, QS90SR2SN-Q 17.5 55.2 (3.54) (0.69) (2.17) Unit: mm (inch) Figure App.1 QS90SR2SP-Q, QS90SR2SN-Q Appendix 1 External Dimensions Appendix 1.1 Q series safety relay module...
  • Page 81 APPENDIX Appendix 1.2 CC-Link safety relay module (1) QS90SR2SP-CC, QS90SR2SN-CC Center of DIN rail (0.26) 113.5 (4.47) (0.09) (1.77) Unit: mm (inch) Figure App.2 QS90SR2SP-CC, QS90SR2SN-CC Appendix 1 External Dimensions Appendix 1.2 CC-Link safety relay module...
  • Page 82 APPENDIX Appendix 1.3 Extension safety relay module (1) QS90SR2SP-EX, QS90SR2SN-EX Center of DIN rail (0.26) 113.5 (4.47) (1.77) Unit: mm (inch) Figure App.3 QS90SR2SP-EX, QS90SR2SN-EX Appendix 1 External Dimensions Appendix 1.3 Extension safety relay module...
  • Page 83 APPENDIX Memo Appendix 1 External Dimensions Appendix 1.3 Extension safety relay module...
  • Page 84 1. Limited Warranty and Product Support. a. Mitsubishi Electric Company ("MELCO") warrants that for a period of eighteen (18) months after date of delivery from the point of manufacture or one year from date of Customer's purchase, whichever is less, Mitsubishi Safety relay module (the "Products") will be free from defects in material and workmanship.
  • Page 85 g. The Product information and statements contained on MELCO's website and in catalogs, manuals, technical bulletins or other materials provided by MELCO are provided as a guide for Customer's use. They do not constitute warranties and are not incorporated in the contract of sale for the Products. h.
  • Page 88 Phone: +370 (0)5 / 232 3101 Fax: +370 (0)5 / 232 2980 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. /// FA - European Business Group /// Gothaer Straße 8 /// D-40880 Ratingen /// Germany Tel.: +49(0)2102-4860 /// Fax: +49(0)2102-4861120 /// info@mitsubishi-automation.com /// www.mitsubishi-automation.com FACTORY AUTOMATION...

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