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  • Page 1

    USER'S MANUAL - Hardware Edition SERIES PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS Main Unit AC Power Type - MR/ES - MT/ES - MT/ESS DC Power Type - MR/DS - MT/DS - MT/DSS Input/Output Powered Extension Unit - E - Input/Output Extension Block -8E - -16E - Special Adapter -4HSX-ADP...

  • Page 3

    Safety Precautions (Read these precautions before use.) Before installation, operation, maintenance or inspection of this product, thoroughly read through and understand this manual and all of the associated manuals. Also, take care to handle the module properly and safely. This manual classifies the safety precautions into two categories: Indicates that incorrect handling may cause hazardous conditions, resulting in death or severe injury.

  • Page 4

    Safety Precautions (Read these precautions before use.) 2. INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS Reference • 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. Reference • Use the product within the generic environment specifications described in Section 4.1 of this manual. Never use the product in areas with excessive dust, oily smoke, conductive dusts, corrosive gas (salt air, Cl S, SO...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Safety Precautions (Read these precautions before use.) 3. WIRING PRECAUTIONS Reference • Connect the AC power supply to the dedicated terminals specified in this manual. If an AC power supply is connected to a DC input/output terminal or DC power supply terminal, the PLC will burn out.

  • Page 6

    • Do not disassemble or modify the PLC. Doing so may cause fire, equipment failures, or malfunctions. For repair, contact your local Mitsubishi Electric distributor. • Turn off the power to the PLC before connecting or disconnecting any extension cable.

  • Page 7

    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 8

    • 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 9: Table Of Contents

    Series Programmable Controllers User's Manual - Hardware Edition Table of Contents Table of Contents SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ....................(1) Standards Certification of UL, cUL standards ..................... 15 Compliance with EC directive (CE Marking) ..................16 Requirement for Compliance with EMC directive .................. 16 Requirement for Compliance with LVD directive ...................

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Series Programmable Controllers User's Manual - Hardware Edition Table of Contents 4. Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) 4.1 Generic Specifications ........................48 4.1.1 Dielectric withstand voltage test and insulation resistance test............. 49 4.2 Power Supply Specifications......................50 4.2.1 AC Power Supply Type .........................

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    Series Programmable Controllers User's Manual - Hardware Edition Table of Contents 6.5 Expansion of Main Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption)............. 85 6.5.1 Quick reference matrix - when only input/output devices are added (AC Power Type) ....85 6.5.2 When special extension devices are also added [calculation of current consumption] (AC Power Type).............

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    Series Programmable Controllers User's Manual - Hardware Edition Table of Contents 8.7 Connecting Methods for Main Unit and Extension Devices ............141 8.7.1 Connection of extension devices....................141 8.7.2 Connecting method A - connection of expansion board.............. 142 8.7.3 Connecting method B - connection of special adapter ..............143 8.7.4 Connecting method C - connection of powered extension unit/block to main unit ......

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    Series Programmable Controllers User's Manual - Hardware Edition Table of Contents 11. Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) 11.1 Outline............................183 11.2 Input Specifications ........................184 11.2.1 High-speed input special adapter (FX -4HSX-ADP)............... 184 11.2.2 Cautions in connecting mating device ..................184 11.3 Types of Counting and Operations ...................

  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    Series Programmable Controllers User's Manual - Hardware Edition Table of Contents 13. Examples of Wiring for Various Uses 13.1 Notes about Examples of Wiring....................224 13.2 Digital Switch [DSW Instructions (FNC72)/BIN Instructions (FNC19)]........225 13.2.1 When DSW instructions are used....................225 13.2.2 When BIN instructions are used ....................

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    Series Programmable Controllers User's Manual - Hardware Edition Table of Contents 15.4.1 Product specifications........................ 272 15.4.2 External dimensions ........................273 15.4.3 Terminal layout .......................... 274 15.5 FX -32ER, FX -48ER, FX -48ER-D ................. 275 15.5.1 Product specifications........................ 275 15.5.2 External dimensions ........................276 15.5.3 Terminal layout ..........................

  • Page 16: Table Of Contents

    Series Programmable Controllers User's Manual - Hardware Edition Table of Contents 16.10.3 External dimensions ........................ 316 16.11 FX -8EYT, FX -16EYT and FX -16EYT-C (Transistor Output) ........317 16.11.1 Product specifications......................317 16.11.2 Parts identification and terminal arrangement ................. 318 16.11.3 External dimensions ........................

  • Page 17: Table Of Contents

    Series Programmable Controllers User's Manual - Hardware Edition Table of Contents 18.3.6 FX -485ADP ........................... 342 18.3.7 FX -4HSX-ADP........................343 18.3.8 FX -2HSY-ADP........................343 18.4 Expansion Board........................344 18.4.1 FX -USB-BD ........................... 344 18.4.2 FX -232-BD ..........................344 18.4.3 FX -422-BD ..........................

  • Page 18: Table Of Contents

    Series Programmable Controllers User's Manual - Hardware Edition Table of Contents 19.14 Device All-Clear ........................376 19.14.1 Device all-clear operation ......................376 19.15 PLC Status ..........................377 19.15.1 Display operation........................377 19.15.2 PLC status display items ......................378 19.16 Scan Time (Scan Time Display)....................379 19.16.1 Scan time display operation ....................

  • Page 19: Table Of Contents

    Series Programmable Controllers User's Manual - Hardware Edition Table of Contents 20. FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) 20.1 Overview ........................... 409 20.1.1 Product configuration......................... 410 20.2 External Dimensions & Component Names................411 20.3 Terminal Arrangement ......................412 20.4 Installation Work........................414 20.4.1 Mounting............................ 414 20.4.2 Removal ............................

  • Page 20: Table Of Contents

    Series Programmable Controllers User's Manual - Hardware Edition Table of Contents 22. FX -32BL (Battery) 22.1 Battery Purpose ........................437 22.2 Specifications ..........................437 22.2.1 Differences between main unit’s internal battery and the optional battery ........ 437 22.3 Battery Handling........................438 22.3.1 Battery life &...

  • Page 21: Standards

    Standards Certification of UL, cUL standards main units and FX input/output extension units/blocks supporting UL, cUL standards are as follows: UL, cUL file number :E95239 Models : MELSEC FX series manufactured MR/ES MT/ES MT/ESS Where indicates:16,32,48,64,80,128 MR/DS MT/DS MT/DSS Where indicates:16,32,48,64,80 -232ADP -485ADP...

  • Page 22: Compliance With Ec Directive (ce Marking)

    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 23

    Models : MELSEC FX series manufactured from July 1st, 1997 ER-ES/UL ET-ESS/UL Where indicates:32,48 -16EX-ES/UL -16EYR-ES/UL -16EYT-ESS/UL from April 1st, 1998 -48ER-DS -48ET-DSS from August 1st, 1998 -48ER-UA1/UL from August 1st, 2005 -8ER-ES/UL -8EX-ES/UL -8EYR-ES/UL -8EYT-ESS/UL For the products above, PLCs manufactured before March 31st, 2002 are compliant with EN50081-2 (EN61000-6-4) and EN50082-2 from April 1st, 2002 to April 30th, 2006 are compliant with EN50081-2 (EN61000-6-4) and EN61131-2:1994 +A11:1996+A12:2000...

  • Page 24: Requirement For Compliance With Lvd Directive

    Requirement for Compliance with LVD directive The following products have shown compliance through direct testing (of the identified standards below) and design analysis (through the creation of a technical construction file) to the European Directive for Low Voltage (73/23/EEC) when used as directed by the appropriate documentation. Type : Programmable Controller (Open Type Equipment) Models :...

  • Page 25: Caution For Compliance With Ec Directive

    (integral with sensors or actuators), these users should follow those manufacturers' installation requirements. Mitsubishi Electric recommends that shielded cables be used. If NO other EMC protection is provided, users may experience temporary induced errors not exceeding +10%/-10% in very heavy industrial areas.

  • Page 26: Introduction

    Series Programmable Controllers 1 Introduction User's Manual - Hardware Edition 1.1 Introduction of Manuals Introduction This manual explains the procedures for selecting the system components, main unit specifications and procedures for installing the main unit, specifications for the input/output powered extension units/blocks, and procedures for adding input/output devices, and procedures for operating the display module etc.

  • Page 27

    Series Programmable Controllers 1 Introduction User's Manual - Hardware Edition 1.1 Introduction of Manuals 2. Extension devices (Chapter 15 to 18) Division Outline Reference Input/output powered extension This chapter contains explanations for the input/output Chapter 15 units specifications, external dimensions and terminal layout for each product.

  • Page 28: Manual Organization And Position Of This Manual

    Series Programmable Controllers 1 Introduction User's Manual - Hardware Edition 1.1 Introduction of Manuals 1.1.2 Manual organization and position of this manual This manual describes detail on the hardware, including the system configuration, selection, installation and wiring. The instructions, communication control, analog control and positioning control are explained in separate manuals.

  • Page 29: List Of Manuals

    Series Programmable Controllers 1 Introduction User's Manual - Hardware Edition 1.1 Introduction of Manuals 1.1.3 List of manuals Series PLC main units supplied only with the hardware manual. For the details of the hardware of FX Series, refer to this manual. For instructions for programming and hardware information on special function devices, refer to the relevant manuals.

  • Page 30

    Series Programmable Controllers 1 Introduction User's Manual - Hardware Edition 1.1 Introduction of Manuals : Indispensable manuals : Manuals necessary for some purposes : Manuals with separate volumes for details Manual Model Manual title Contents number name code Procedures for handling the RS-422 Supplied -422-BD communication expansion board...

  • Page 31

    Series Programmable Controllers 1 Introduction User's Manual - Hardware Edition 1.1 Introduction of Manuals : Indispensable manuals : Manuals necessary for some purposes : Manuals with separate volumes for details Manual Model Manual title Contents number name code Analog input, temperature input and temperature control When using each product, refer also to the User's Manual - Hardware Edition for the PLC main unit to be installed.

  • Page 32

    Series Programmable Controllers 1 Introduction User's Manual - Hardware Edition 1.1 Introduction of Manuals : Indispensable manuals : Manuals necessary for some purposes : Manuals with separate volumes for details Manual Model Manual title Contents number name code Procedures for handling the 3-ch analog Supplied output special adapter -4DA-ADP...

  • Page 33

    Series Programmable Controllers 1 Introduction User's Manual - Hardware Edition 1.1 Introduction of Manuals : Indispensable manuals : Manuals necessary for some purposes : Manuals with separate volumes for details Manual Model Manual title Contents number name code Procedures for handling the 2-axis Supplied -20GM positioning special function unit...

  • Page 34: Generic Names And Abbreviations Used In Manuals

    Series Programmable Controllers 1 Introduction User's Manual - Hardware Edition 1.2 Generic Names and Abbreviations Used in Manuals Generic Names and Abbreviations Used in Manuals Abbreviation/ Description generic name PLCs Series Generic name for FX Series PLCs Series Generic name for FX Series PLCs Series Generic name for FX...

  • Page 35

    Series Programmable Controllers 1 Introduction User's Manual - Hardware Edition 1.2 Generic Names and Abbreviations Used in Manuals Abbreviation/ Description generic name Generic name for the following models -232IF, FX -16CCL-M, FX -32CCL, FX -64CL-M, FX -16LNK-M, FX Series special 32ASI-M, FX -2AD, FX -4AD, FX...

  • Page 36: Features And Part Names

    Series Programmable Controllers 2 Features and Part Names User's Manual - Hardware Edition 2.1 Major Features Features and Part Names Major Features 1. Basic functions sequence. In this case, use instructions and devices within the ranges common to FX [Up to 384 input/output points] Series and the selected model of PLC.

  • Page 37

    Series Programmable Controllers 2 Features and Part Names User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 2.1 Major Features [Input interruption function (with delay function)] [Other functions] Interruption routines processed On the display module, you can set the time, preferentially by external signals with the minimum adjust the contrast and display the PLC version ON or OFF width of 5 µs (X000 to X005).

  • Page 38: Names And Functions Of Parts

    Series Programmable Controllers 2 Features and Part Names User's Manual - Hardware Edition 2.2 Names and Functions of Parts Names and Functions of Parts 2.2.1 Front Panel Factory default configuration (standard) [1] Top cover [9] Input display LEDs [2] Battery cover [10] Terminal block covers [3] Special adapter connecting hooks...

  • Page 39

    Series Programmable Controllers 2 Features and Part Names User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 2.2 Names and Functions of Parts [12] Operation status display LEDs The operation status of the PLC can be checked with the LEDs. The LEDs turn off, light and flash according to the following table. →...

  • Page 40: Sides

    100-240VAC 50/60Hz 40W OUT:30VDC/240VAC 2A(COSφ=1) SERIAL 570001 80M1 IND. CONT. EQ. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION MADE IN JAPAN Control number Month (Example: July):(1 to 9 = January to September, X = October, Y = November, Z = December) Year (Example: 2005): Last digit of year DIN rail mounting groove The unit can be installed on DIN46277 rail (35 mm (1.38") wide).

  • Page 41: Introduction Of Products (compliant With Overseas Standards)

    Series Programmable Controllers 3 Introduction of Products (Compliant with Overseas Standards) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 3.1 List of Products (to be Connected) and Interpretation of Model Names Introduction of Products (Compliant with Overseas Standards) List of Products (to be Connected) and Interpretation of Model Names The following system configuration is classified into product groups A to O in the product introduction sections given below.

  • Page 42: A] Main Units

    Relay -80MT/DS Transistor (sink) -80MT/DSS Transistor (source) * Please consult with Mitsubishi Electric for information on marine standard practices and the corresponding types of equipment. → For more information on CE, UL and cUL, refer to Page 15 or later.

  • Page 43: B] Input/output Powered Extension Units

    -48ER-DS and FX -48ET-DSS comply to UL standard. Please consult with Mitsubishi Electric for information on marine standard practices and the corresponding types of equipment. → For more information on CE, UL and cUL, refer to Page 15 or later.

  • Page 44: C] Input/output Extension Blocks

    (sink) Four inputs and four outputs are occupied as unused numbers. Please consult with Mitsubishi Electric for information on marine standard practices and the corresponding types of equipment. → For more information on CE, UL and cUL, refer to Page 15 or later.

  • Page 45: D] [e] Special Function Units/blocks

    2 loops thermometer sensor/ thermocouple) * Please consult with Mitsubishi Electric for information on marine standard practices and the corresponding types of equipment. → For more information on CE, UL and cUL, refer to Page 15 or later. 2. High-speed counter : Not targeted −...

  • Page 46

    − − -32ASI-M Master for AS-i system * Please consult with Mitsubishi Electric for information on marine standard practices and the corresponding types of equipment. → For more information on CE, UL and cUL, refer to Page 15 or later.

  • Page 47: F] Display Modules And Holder

    (manual in English supplied) Products manufactured in and after May, 2005 will comply with the overseas standard. Please consult with Mitsubishi Electric for information on marine standard practices and the corresponding types of equipment. → For more information on CE, UL and cUL, refer to Page 15 or later.

  • Page 48: I] Extension Power Supply Unit

    -2HSY-ADP For differential line driver output (for positioning output) * Please consult with Mitsubishi Electric for information on marine standard practices and the corresponding types of equipment. → For more information on CE, UL and cUL, refer to Page 15 or later.

  • Page 49: J] Extension Cables And Connector Conversion Adapter[k] Battery [l] Memory Cassettes

    -20GM. Products manufactured in and after May, 2005 will comply with the overseas standard. Please consult with Mitsubishi Electric for information on marine standard practices and the corresponding types of equipment. → For more information on CE, UL and cUL, refer to Page 15 or later.

  • Page 50: N] Remote I/o

    Series Programmable Controllers 3 Introduction of Products (Compliant with Overseas Standards) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 3.1 List of Products (to be Connected) and Interpretation of Model Names 2. Input/output cables Model name Function FX-16E-500CAB-S 5m(16’4") Bulk wire FX-16E-150CAB 1.5m(4’11") FX-16E-300CAB 3m(9’10") Flat cable (with tube).

  • Page 51: Connector Types And Cables For Program Communication

    Series Programmable Controllers 3 Introduction of Products (Compliant with Overseas Standards) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 3.2 Connector Types and Cables for Program Communication Connector Types and Cables for Program Communication RS-232C/RS-422 cable Connection cabling Connection cabling for extention devices Peripheral device connector FX-232AWC-H ・...

  • Page 52: Programming Tool

    Series Programmable Controllers 3 Introduction of Products (Compliant with Overseas Standards) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 3.2 Connector Types and Cables for Program Communication 3.2.1 Programming tool The following programming tool supports FX Series PLCs. Model name Description Version 8.23Z or later of SW D5C-GPPW-J and SW D5C-GPPW-E supports FX GX Developer Although the tool earlier than version 8.23Z can be used for programming by selecting FX3U(C) or FX2N(C), restrictions will be made on programming.

  • Page 53: Converters And Interface

    Series Programmable Controllers 3 Introduction of Products (Compliant with Overseas Standards) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 3.2 Connector Types and Cables for Program Communication 3.2.3 Converters and interface : Not targeted − : Not applicable : Compliance with standard or self-declaration Model name Description Marine...

  • Page 54: Specifications, External Dimensions And Terminal Layout (main Units)

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.1 Generic Specifications Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) This Chapter explains the specifications, external dimensions and terminal layout of the main units. →...

  • Page 55: Dielectric Withstand Voltage Test And Insulation Resistance Test

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.1 Generic Specifications 4.1.1 Dielectric withstand voltage test and insulation resistance test Perform dielectric withstand voltage test and insulation resistance test at the following voltage between each terminals and the main unit ground terminal.

  • Page 56: Power Supply Specifications

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.2 Power Supply Specifications Power Supply Specifications The specifications for the main unit power supply are explained below. For the power (current) consumed by the special function units/blocks, refer to this manual or the special function units/blocks manual.

  • Page 57: Dc Power Supply Type

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.2 Power Supply Specifications 4.2.2 DC Power Supply Type Specifications Item -16M /D -32M /D -48M /D -64M /D -80M /D Supply voltage 24V DC Allowable supply 16.8 to 28.8V DC...

  • Page 58: Input Specifications

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.3 Input Specifications Input Specifications The main unit input specifications are explained below. 4.3.1 24V DC Input (sink/source) The input numbers in the table indicate the main unit terminal numbers. "X010 or more" means the numbers from X010 to the largest number that the main unit has.

  • Page 59: Output Specifications

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.4 Output Specifications Output Specifications The main unit output specifications are explained below. 4.4.1 Relay output The output numbers in the table indicate the main unit terminal numbers. "Y010 or more" means the numbers from Y010 to the largest number that the main unit has.

  • Page 60: Product Life Of Relay Contacts

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.4 Output Specifications 4.4.2 Product life of relay contacts The product life of relay contacts varies considerably depending on the load type used. Take care that loads generating reverse electromotive force or rush current may cause poor contact or deposition of contacts which may lead to considerable reduction of the contact product life.

  • Page 61: Transistor Output (sink Type)

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.4 Output Specifications 4.4.3 Transistor output (sink type) The output numbers in the table indicate the main unit terminal numbers. "Y010 or more" means the numbers from Y010 to the largest number that the main unit has.

  • Page 62: Transistor Output (source Type)

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.4 Output Specifications 4.4.4 Transistor output (source type) The output numbers in the table indicate the main unit terminal numbers. "Y010 or more" means the numbers from Y010 to the largest number that the main unit has.

  • Page 63: Performance Specifications

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.5 Performance Specifications Performance Specifications The performance specifications are common to FX Series PLCs. Item Performance Stored program repetitive operation system (dedicated LSI) with Operation control system interruption function Batch processing system (when END instruction is executed)

  • Page 64

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.5 Performance Specifications Item Performance For general M0 to M499 500 points [changeable] The retentive status can be changed by parameter settings. For keeping M500 to M1023 524 points [changeable]...

  • Page 65

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.5 Performance Specifications Item Performance For general (16 bits) D0 to D199 200 points [changeable] The retentive status can be changed by parameter settings. For keeping (16 bits) D200 to D511 312 points...

  • Page 66: External Dimensions (weight And Installation)

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.6 External Dimensions (Weight and Installation) External Dimensions (Weight and Installation) The external dimensions of the main unit are explained. 4.6.1 -16M , FX -32M 2-φ...

  • Page 67

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.6 External Dimensions (Weight and Installation) 4.6.2 -48M , FX -64M , FX -80M , FX -128M 4-φ 4.5 mounting holes Unit: mm (inches) 22 (0.87") W1 (mounting hole pitch) 9 (0.36")

  • Page 68: Terminal Layout

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.7 Terminal Layout Terminal Layout The terminal layout in the main unit is shown below. 4.7.1 Interpretation Interpretation of terminal block layout Power supply 24V DC service [ •...

  • Page 69

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.7 Terminal Layout 4.7.2 -16M • AC power supply type S/S 0V -16MR/ES -16MT/ES -16MT/ESS COM0 COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 COM5 COM6 COM7 •...

  • Page 70

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.7 Terminal Layout 4.7.4 -48M • AC power supply type S/S 0V -48MR/ES, FX -48MT/ES COM5 COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 -48MT/ESS • DC power supply type (0V) (24V) -48MR/DS, FX...

  • Page 71

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.7 Terminal Layout 4.7.6 -80M • AC power supply type Terminal block 1 Terminal block 2 S/S 0V -80MR/ES, FX -80MT/ES COM6 COM7 COM1 COM2 COM3...

  • Page 72

    Series Programmable Controllers 4 Specifications, External Dimensions and Terminal Layout (Main Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 4.7 Terminal Layout 4.7.7 -128M • AC power supply type Terminal block 1 Terminal block 2 S/S 0V -128MR/ES,FX -128MT/ES COM8 COM10 COM9 COM2 COM4 COM6...

  • Page 73: Version Information And Peripheral Equipment Connectability

    COM4 COM4 SERIAL 570001 80M1 IND. CONT. EQ. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION MADE IN JAPAN Control number Month (Example: July):(1 to 9 = January to September, X = October, Y = November, Z = December) Year (Example: 2005): Last digit of year 5.1.3...

  • Page 74: Programming Tool Applicability

    Series Programmable Controllers 5 Version Information and Peripheral Equipment Connectability User's Manual - Hardware Edition 5.2 Programming Tool Applicability Programming Tool Applicability 5.2.1 Applicable versions of programming tool GX Developer is applicable to FX PLCs from the following version: Model name Applicable GX (Media model name is Developer...

  • Page 75: Cautions On Write During Run

    Series Programmable Controllers 5 Version Information and Peripheral Equipment Connectability User's Manual - Hardware Edition 5.2 Programming Tool Applicability 5.2.4 Cautions on write during RUN In FX PLCs, write during RUN (program changes in the RUN mode) is enabled using the following programming tools.

  • Page 76

    Series Programmable Controllers 5 Version Information and Peripheral Equipment Connectability User's Manual - Hardware Edition 5.2 Programming Tool Applicability Item Caution • Instructions for falling edge pulse When write during RUN is completed for a circuit including an instruction for falling edge pulse (LDF, ANDF, or ORF instruction), the instruction for falling edge pulse is not executed without regard to the ON/OFF status of the target device.

  • Page 77: Cautions On Using Transparent Function By Way Of Usb In Got1000 Series

    Series Programmable Controllers 5 Version Information and Peripheral Equipment Connectability User's Manual - Hardware Edition 5.3 Cautions on using transparent function by way of USB in GOT1000 Series Cautions on using transparent function by way of USB in GOT1000 Series When monitoring circuits, device registration, etc.

  • Page 78: Cautions On Using Transparent Port (2-port) Function Of Got-f900 Series

    Series Programmable Controllers 5 Version Information and Peripheral Equipment Connectability User's Manual - Hardware Edition 5.4 Cautions on using transparent port (2-port) function of GOT-F900 Series Cautions on using transparent port (2-port) function of GOT-F900 Series When monitoring circuits, device registration, etc. in an FX PLC from GX Developer Ver.

  • Page 79: Other Peripheral Equipment Applicability

    Series Programmable Controllers 5 Version Information and Peripheral Equipment Connectability User's Manual - Hardware Edition 5.5 Other Peripheral Equipment Applicability Other Peripheral Equipment Applicability 5.5.1 Applicable products and versions Model name Compatible versions GOT1000 Series From first product Caution The GOT1000 Series is applicable to the device ranges in FX PLCs.

  • Page 80: Examination Of System Configuration

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.1 Configuration of a Whole System Examination of System Configuration Configuration of a Whole System The configuration of a whole system is shown below as an example. Configuration of whole system Expansion board and special adapters Determination of number of extension devices to be connected to main unit...

  • Page 81: List Of System Components

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.1 Configuration of a Whole System 6.1.1 List of system components Other items to be considered Max. Number of Types (extracted) number of Max. number 5V DC 24V DC Classification Reference...

  • Page 82

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.1 Configuration of a Whole System For some products, there are restrictions on combination and number of connected units. → For details on the special adapters, refer to Subsection 6.4.1. →...

  • Page 83: System Configuration With Special Adapters

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.1 Configuration of a Whole System 6.1.2 System configuration with special adapters 1. When high-speed input/output special adapters are used When only high-speed input/output special adapters are connected, the adapters can be used without an expansion board.

  • Page 84: Rules Of System Configuration

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.2 Rules of System Configuration Rules of System Configuration The system configuration must meet the following three requirements. Number of input/output points The total number of input/output points and remote I/O points on CC-Link or AS-i system must be 384 points or less on the whole system.

  • Page 85

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.2 Rules of System Configuration Calculation of current consumption The power is supplied to each connected device from the built-in power supply of the main unit, the input/ output powered extension unit or the extension power supply unit.

  • Page 86: Number Of Input/output Points And Maximum Number Of Input/output Points

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.3 Number of Input/Output Points and Maximum Number of Input/Output Points Number of Input/Output Points and Maximum Number of Input/Output Points 6.3.1 Calculation of number of input/output points To obtain the total number of input/output points, count the input/output points of input/output powered extension units/blocks and the input/output occupied points of special function units/blocks.

  • Page 87

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.3 Number of Input/Output Points and Maximum Number of Input/Output Points Calculate the total number of input/output points. Total the number of points counted in Steps 1, 2 and 3, and check that it does not exceed 256 points (maximum number of input/output points).

  • Page 88: Maximum Number Of Input/output Points When Cc-link Master Is Used

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.3 Number of Input/Output Points and Maximum Number of Input/Output Points 6.3.2 Maximum number of input/output points when CC-Link master is used 1. Calculation of maximum number of input/output points When CC-Link master block is used, the following maximum number of input/output points can be connected.

  • Page 89: Maximum Number Of Input/output Points When As-i Master Is Used

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.3 Number of Input/Output Points and Maximum Number of Input/Output Points 6.3.3 Maximum number of input/output points when AS-i master is used 1. Calculation of maximum number of input/output points When AS-i system master block is used, the following maximum number of input/output points can be connected.

  • Page 90: Number Of Connected Special Extension Devices (including Extension Cable)

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.4 Number of Connected Special Extension Devices (Including Extension Cable) Number of Connected Special Extension Devices (Including Extension Cable) 6.4.1 Expansion board and special adapter The number of connected special adapters is restricted depending on the type of special adapters attached as explained below.

  • Page 91: Expansion Of Main Unit (calculation Of Current Consumption)

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.5 Expansion of Main Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption) Expansion of Main Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption) The amount of connectable extension equipment to the main unit varies, depending on the power supply type (AC/DC).

  • Page 92

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.5 Expansion of Main Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption) 1. AC power supply/DC input type 1) FX -16MR/ES, FX -16MT/ES, FX -16MT/ESS, FX -32MR/ES, FX -32MT/ES, FX -32MT/ESS Output (Example)

  • Page 93: When Special Extension Devices Are Also Added Calculation Of Current Consumption] (ac Power Type)

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.5 Expansion of Main Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption) 6.5.2 When special extension devices are also added [calculation of current consumption] (AC Power Type) Select a main unit. Select a main unit.

  • Page 94

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.5 Expansion of Main Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption) Enter the specifications for the products to be added. Enter the data on the input/output extension blocks and special function units/blocks to be connected to the main unit in the following table, and calculate the current.

  • Page 95

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.5 Expansion of Main Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption) Determine whether the devices can be connected to the main unit. Calculate the current to confirm whether the selected extension devices can be connected. 1.

  • Page 96: Quick Reference Matrix [when Only Input/output Devices Are Added] (dc Power Type)

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.5 Expansion of Main Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption) 6.5.3 Quick reference matrix [when only input/output devices are added] (DC Power Type) The following matrix shows the expandable units up to the mark, where the desired inputs (horizontal axis) and outputs (vertical axis) intersect.

  • Page 97: When Special Extension Devices Are Also Added Calculation Of Current Consumption] (dc Power Type)

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.5 Expansion of Main Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption) 6.5.4 When special extension devices are also added [calculation of current consumption] (DC Power Type) Select a main unit. Select a main unit.

  • Page 98

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.5 Expansion of Main Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption) Enter the specifications for the products to be added. Enter the data on the special function units/blocks to be connected to the main unit in the following table, and calculate the current.

  • Page 99

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.5 Expansion of Main Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption) Determine whether the devices can be connected to the main unit. Calculate the current to confirm whether the selected extension devices can be connected. 1.

  • Page 100: Expansion Of Fx 2n Series I/o Powered Extension Unit (calculation Of Current Consumption)

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.6 Expansion of FX2N Series I/O Powered Extension Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption) Expansion of FX Series I/O Powered Extension Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption) If the selected devices in the previous section cannot be connected due to a shortage of current from the main unit’s built-in 24V DC sercive power supply, add an input/output powered extension unit.

  • Page 101

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.6 Expansion of FX2N Series I/O Powered Extension Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption) 2) FX -48ER, FX -48ET, FX -48ES -48ER-ES/UL, FX -48ET-ESS/UL Output AC power supply DC input type (Example) -48E...

  • Page 102

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.6 Expansion of FX2N Series I/O Powered Extension Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption) Check the current capacity of the 24V DC service power supply based on the value shown in the quick reference matrix.

  • Page 103: When Special Extension Devices Are Also Added (calculation Of Current Consumption)

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.6 Expansion of FX2N Series I/O Powered Extension Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption) 6.6.2 When special extension devices are also added (calculation of current consumption) Select an input/output powered extension unit. →...

  • Page 104

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.6 Expansion of FX2N Series I/O Powered Extension Unit (Calculation of Current Consumption) Determine whether FX -3A, FX -2AD and FX -2DA can be added. Determine the number of analog special function blocks (FX -3A, FX -2AD and FX -2DA) to be...

  • Page 105: Expansion Of Extension Power Supply Unit (fx 3u -1psu-5v)

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.7 Expansion of Extension Power Supply Unit (FX3U-1PSU-5V) Expansion of Extension Power Supply Unit (FX -1PSU-5V) If the selected devices in section 6.5 are not connectable due to the built-in 5V DC power shortage, add an extension power supply unit.

  • Page 106

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.7 Expansion of Extension Power Supply Unit (FX3U-1PSU-5V) Enter the specifications for the products to be added. Enter the data on the input/output extension blocks and special function units/blocks to be connected to the input/output powered extension unit, and calculate the current.

  • Page 107

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.7 Expansion of Extension Power Supply Unit (FX3U-1PSU-5V) Determine whether the devices can be added to the extension power supply unit. Calculate the current to confirm whether the selected extension devices can be connected. 1.

  • Page 108: Number Of Input/output (occupied) Points And Current Consumption

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.8 Number of Input/Output (Occupied) Points and Current Consumption Number of Input/Output (Occupied) Points and Current Consumption The following tables show the number of input/output points or the number of input/output occupied points for each type of device, along with the power supply type and current consumption values needed for selecting a product.

  • Page 109

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.8 Number of Input/Output (Occupied) Points and Current Consumption 6.8.1 [A] Main units Input/output Output current (mA) Number of input/ Type Input/output 5V DC power 24V DC service power output points [points] supply...

  • Page 110: B] Expansion Boards

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.8 Number of Input/Output (Occupied) Points and Current Consumption 6.8.2 [B] Expansion boards − : No need to calculate Number of input/ Current consumed (mA) Type output occupied 5V DC Internal 24V DC points...

  • Page 111: D] Input/output Powered Extension Units/blocks

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.8 Number of Input/Output (Occupied) Points and Current Consumption 6.8.4 [D] Input/output powered extension units/blocks 1. Input/output powered extension units Input/output Output current (mA) Number of input/ Type Input/output 5V DC power...

  • Page 112: E] Special Extension Devices

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.8 Number of Input/Output (Occupied) Points and Current Consumption 6.8.5 [E] Special extension devices 1. Special function blocks Current consumed (mA) Current Number of supply at Type input/occupied 5V DC Internal 24V DC External 24V DC...

  • Page 113: G] Display Module

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.8 Number of Input/Output (Occupied) Points and Current Consumption 2. Special function units Number of input/ Current consumed (mA) Type occupied output 5V DC Internal 24V DC External 24V DC points −...

  • Page 114: Example Of System Configuration And System Modification

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.9 Example of System Configuration and System Modification Example of System Configuration and System Modification The procedures for evaluating the suitability of the system configuration are explained using an example system configuration consisting of an expansion board, special adapters, input/output powered extension units/blocks and special function blocks.

  • Page 115: Expansion Of Main Unit

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.9 Example of System Configuration and System Modification 6.9.2 Expansion of main unit The suitability of the above system configuration is evaluated as shown below. Enter the specifications for the main unit. Capacity of built-in power supply Number of...

  • Page 116

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.9 Example of System Configuration and System Modification Calculate the number of input/output points. Calculate the number of input/output points on the whole system. 1. Calculate the number of input/output points of the main unit and extension devices. Number of input/output points Max.

  • Page 117

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.9 Example of System Configuration and System Modification Determine whether the devices can be added to the main unit. Calculate the current consumption to confirm whether the extension devices selected in the above step can be connected.

  • Page 118: Re-examination Of Suitability For Configuration

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.9 Example of System Configuration and System Modification 6.9.3 Re-examination of suitability for configuration When the main unit is short of 5V DC or 24V DC current, use an input/output powered extension unit.

  • Page 119

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.9 Example of System Configuration and System Modification Enter the specifications for the main unit. Capacity of built-in power supply Number of Number of Classification connected Type input/output 5V DC 24V DC service...

  • Page 120

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.9 Example of System Configuration and System Modification Enter the specifications for the products to be added to the input/output pow- ered extension unit. Calculation of current consumption of built-in power Number of Number of...

  • Page 121

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 6.9 Example of System Configuration and System Modification 3. Calculate the total number of input/output occupied points (number of input/output points). Calculation Max. number of Total number of input/output points result input/output points Number of input/output...

  • Page 122

    Series Programmable Controllers 6 Examination of System Configuration User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 6.9 Example of System Configuration and System Modification Determine whether the devices can be connected to the input/output pow- ered extension unit. Calculate the current by the following formula to confirm whether the extension devices selected in Step 4 can be connected.

  • Page 123: Assignment Of Input/output Numbers (x/y) And Unit Numbers

    Series Programmable Controllers 7 Assignment of Input/Output Numbers (X/Y) and Unit Numbers User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 7.1 Assignment of Input/Output Numbers (X/Y) Assignment of Input/Output Numbers (X/Y) and Unit Numbers Assignment of Input/Output Numbers (X/Y) If input/output powered extension units/blocks have been connected when the power is turned on, the main unit automatically assigns the input/output numbers (X/Y) (octal) to the units/blocks.

  • Page 124: Example Of Assigning

    Series Programmable Controllers 7 Assignment of Input/Output Numbers (X/Y) and Unit Numbers User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 7.1 Assignment of Input/Output Numbers (X/Y) 7.1.2 Example of assigning An example of assignment of input/output numbers (X/Y) is shown below. 1. Example of configuration Special Input extension Input/output...

  • Page 125: Application Of I/o Number Label

    Series Programmable Controllers 7 Assignment of Input/Output Numbers (X/Y) and Unit Numbers User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 7.1 Assignment of Input/Output Numbers (X/Y) 7.1.3 Application of I/O number label The input/output powered extension units/blocks come with an I/O number label. Apply the I/O number label to spaces on the enclosure (see the following figure) so that the input/output numbers can be identified.

  • Page 126: Unit Numbers Of Special Function Units/blocks

    Series Programmable Controllers 7 Assignment of Input/Output Numbers (X/Y) and Unit Numbers User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 7.2 Unit Numbers of Special Function Units/Blocks Unit Numbers of Special Function Units/Blocks 7.2.1 Concept of assigning When power is turned on, the main unit (CPU) automatically assigns the numbers 0 to 7 to special function units/blocks starting from the one closest to the main unit.

  • Page 127

    Series Programmable Controllers 7 Assignment of Input/Output Numbers (X/Y) and Unit Numbers User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 7.2 Unit Numbers of Special Function Units/Blocks 7.2.2 Example of assigning Unit numbers are assigned to the special function units/blocks in the following configuration. →...

  • Page 128: Application Of Unit Number Labels

    Series Programmable Controllers 7 Assignment of Input/Output Numbers (X/Y) and Unit Numbers User’s Manual - Hardwaer Edition 7.2 Unit Numbers of Special Function Units/Blocks 7.2.3 Application of unit number labels The special function units/blocks come with unit number labels. Apply the unit number labels to spaces on the enclosure (see the following figure) so that the unit numbers can be identified.

  • Page 129: Installation In Enclosure

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition Installation In Enclosure DESIGN PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to have the following safety circuits outside of the PLC to ensure safe system operation even during external power supply problems or PLC failure. Otherwise, malfunctions may cause serious accidents.

  • Page 130

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS • Use the product within the generic environment specifications described in Section 4.1 of this manual. Never use the product in areas with excessive dust, oily smoke, conductive dusts, corrosive gas (salt air, Cl or NO ), flammable gas, vibration or impacts, or exposed to high temperature, condensation, or rain and wind.

  • Page 131: Do Not Wire Vacant Terminals Externally Doing So May Damage The Product

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Do not supply power to the [24+] and [24V] terminals (24V DC service power supply) on the main unit or extension units. Doing so may cause damage to the product. •...

  • Page 132: Generic Specifications

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.1 Generic Specifications Generic Specifications Item Specification Ambient 0 to 55°C (32 to 131°F) when operating and -25 to 75°C (-13 to 167°F) when stored temperature Ambient 5 to 95%RH (no condensation) when operating humidity Complies with EN 68-2-6 Acceleration...

  • Page 133: Installation Location

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.2 Installation location Installation location Use the PLC under the environmental conditions complying with the generic specifications (Section 8.1). Notes • Keep a space of 50 mm (1.97") away between the unit main body and other devices and structure. Install the unit as far away as possible from high-voltage lines, high-voltage devices and power equipment.

  • Page 134: Spaces In Enclosure

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.2 Installation location 8.2.2 Spaces in enclosure Extension devices can be connected on the left and right sides of the main unit of the PLC. If you intend to add extension devices, keep necessary spaces on the left and right sides. 1.

  • Page 135: Layout In Enclosure

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.3 Layout in Enclosure 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. 8.3.1 1-stage layout Input/output powered extension units/blocks...

  • Page 136

    → Refer to the previous page for FX -1RM(-E)-SET information. Input/output powered extension Special adapter units/blocks Special function units/blocks FX3U Series main unit Up to 10 units (approx. 18mm For the dimensions of each product, refer to the (0.71") x number of units) external dimensions diagram.

  • Page 137: Examination For Installing Method In Enclosure

    As shown in the following example, when the main unit is installed on the DIN rail, the extension devices connected with the extension cable can be installed directly in the enclosure. 1. Example of installation on DIN rail 1 to 2mm (0.04" to 0.08") FX3U Series 16EYT- 16EX- main unit...

  • Page 138

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.4 Examination for Installing Method in Enclosure 2. Example of direct installation 1 to 2mm (0.04" to 0.08") FX3U Series 16EX- 16EYT- main unit ES/UL ESS/UL 1 to 2mm (0.04"...

  • Page 139: Procedures For Installing On And Detaching From Din Rail

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.5 Procedures for Installing on and Detaching from DIN Rail Procedures for Installing on and Detaching from DIN Rail The main unit can be installed on a DIN46277 rail (35 mm (1.38") wide). 8.5.1 Preparation for installation 1.

  • Page 140: Installation Of Main Unit

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.5 Procedures for Installing on and Detaching from DIN Rail 8.5.2 Installation of main unit The main unit must be installed before installing a expansion board or special adapter on the enclosure. →...

  • Page 141: Installation Of Input/output Powered Extension Unit/block And Special Function Unit/block

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.5 Procedures for Installing on and Detaching from DIN Rail 8.5.3 Installation of input/output powered extension unit/block and special function unit/ block Push out the DIN rail mounting hook (A in the right fig- Rear panel Rear panel ure) of the input/output extension block.

  • Page 142

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.5 Procedures for Installing on and Detaching from DIN Rail Insert the tip of a flathead screwdriver into the hole of the DIN rail mounting hook (C in the right figure).

  • Page 143: Procedures For Installing Directly (with M4 Screws)

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.6 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). Point Position the holes so that there is a gap of 1 to 2 mm (0.04" to 0.08") between the products. 8.6.1 Hole pitches for direct mounting The product mounting hole pitches are shown below.

  • Page 144

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.6 Procedures for Installing Directly (with M4 Screws) 2. Special adapter (C) 15.1 Unit: mm (inches) (0.1") (0.6") Mounting hole Model name pitch(W) -4AD-ADP -4DA-ADP -4AD-PT-ADP -4AD-TC-ADP Refer to the -232ADP figure shown left.

  • Page 145: Example Of Mounting Hole Pitches

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.6 Procedures for Installing Directly (with M4 Screws) 5. Special function unit/block (H, I or J) Unit: mm (inches) Mounting hole Model name pitch(W) (0.16") (0.16") (2.96") (0.16") -2AD -2DA -1PG...

  • Page 146

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.6 Procedures for Installing Directly (with M4 Screws) 8.6.3 Installation of main unit Mount the expansion board and special adapters on the main unit before installing the unit in the enclosure. →...

  • Page 147: Connecting Methods For Main Unit And Extension Devices

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.7 Connecting Methods for Main Unit and Extension Devices Connecting Methods for Main Unit and Extension Devices This section explains the connecting methods for extension devices. 8.7.1 Connection of extension devices The connecting method varies depending on the combination of the products, i.e.

  • Page 148: Connecting Method A - Connection Of Expansion Board

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.7 Connecting Methods for Main Unit and Extension Devices 8.7.2 Connecting method A - connection of expansion board To connect an expansion board to the main unit in the enclosure, it is necessary to remove the main unit from the enclosure.

  • Page 149: Connecting Method B - Connection Of Special Adapter

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.7 Connecting Methods for Main Unit and Extension Devices 8.7.3 Connecting method B - connection of special adapter When an expansion board is used, connect the board as stated in the previous subsection before connecting the special adapter.

  • Page 150: Connecting Method D - Connection Of Powered Extension Units/blocks

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.7 Connecting Methods for Main Unit and Extension Devices 8.7.5 Connecting method D - connection of powered extension units/blocks This subsection explains the procedures for connecting FX Series input/output powered extension units/ blocks or FX Series special function units/blocks.

  • Page 151: Connecting Method F - Connection Of Input/output Powered Extension Unit

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.7 Connecting Methods for Main Unit and Extension Devices 8.7.6 Connecting method E - connection of extension cable and FX -CNV-BC This subsection explains the procedures for connecting an extension cable and FX -CNV-BC to the extension cable of the powered extension unit/block.

  • Page 152: Connecting Method G - Connection Of Extension Block To Input/output Powered Extension Unit

    Series Programmable Controllers 8 Installation In Enclosure User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 8.7 Connecting Methods for Main Unit and Extension Devices 8.7.8 Connecting method G - connection of extension block to input/output powered extension unit This subsection explains the procedures for connecting an input/output extension block to an input/output powered extension unit.

  • Page 153: Connect The Ac Power Supply To The Dedicated Terminals Specified In This Manual

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures DESIGN PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to have the following safety circuits outside of the PLC to ensure safe system operation even during external power supply problems or PLC failure.

  • Page 154: If An Ac Power Supply Is Connected To A Dc Input/output Terminal Or Dc Power Supply Terminal, The

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Do not supply power to the [24+] and [24V] terminals (24V DC service power supply) on the main unit or extension units.

  • Page 155: Preparation For Wiring

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 9.1 Preparation for Wiring Preparation for Wiring 9.1.1 Wiring procedures Before starting wiring work, make sure that the main power is off. Prepare the parts for wiring. Prepare the solderless terminals and cables necessary for wiring.

  • Page 156: Cable Connecting Procedures

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 9.2 Cable Connecting Procedures Cable Connecting Procedures For cable connection, a terminal block or a connector is used. The cable connecting procedures are explained below.

  • Page 157

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 9.2 Cable Connecting Procedures 3. Wire end treatment The solderless terminal size depends on the terminal screw size and wiring method. - Use solderless terminals of the following size. - Tighten the terminals to a torque of 0.5 N m to 0.8 N •...

  • Page 158

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 9.2 Cable Connecting Procedures 9.2.2 Input/output connectors (FX input/output extension blocks) The input/output connectors of FX Series input/output extension blocks (connector type) and special function units/blocks conform to MIL-C-83503.

  • Page 159: Terminal Block (for Europe) [expansion Board And Special Adapters]

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 9.2 Cable Connecting Procedures 4) Certified connectors (commercially available connectors) Connectors made by DDK Ltd. shown in Item (3) described in the previous page and connectors made by Matsushita Electric Works, Ltd.

  • Page 160

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 9.3 Power Supply Specifications • Treatment using bar terminal with insulating sleeve • Bar terminal with insulating sleeve It may be difficult to insert the electric wire into the insulating sleeve Insulating sleeve depending on the thickness of the electric wire sheath.

  • Page 161

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 9.3 Power Supply Specifications 9.3.2 DC Power Supply Type Specifications Item -16M /D -32M /D -48M /D -64M /D -80M /D Supply voltage 24V DC Allowable supply voltage 16.8 to 28.8V DC...

  • Page 162: Grounding

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 9.4 Grounding Grounding Ground the PLC as stated below. • Perform class D grounding. (Grounding resistance: 100Ω or less) • Ground the PLC independently if possible. If it cannot be grounded independently, ground it jointly as shown below.

  • Page 163: Examples Of External Wiring [ac Power Supply Type]

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 9.5 Examples of External Wiring [AC Power Supply Type] Examples of External Wiring [AC Power Supply Type] 9.5.1 Example of input/output wiring with 24V DC service power supply 24V DC service power supply of the main unit can be used as a power supply for loads.

  • Page 164: Example Of Sink Input [-common] Wiring

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 9.5 Examples of External Wiring [AC Power Supply Type] 9.5.2 Example of sink input [-common] wiring An example of sink input [-common] wiring is given below. When connecting input/output powered extension units/blocks, carefully check the signal names on the terminal block because the sink and source input type units/blocks and the sink input type units/blocks vary in signal names on the terminal block.

  • Page 165: Example Of Source Input [+common] Wiring

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 9.5 Examples of External Wiring [AC Power Supply Type] 9.5.3 Example of source input [+common] wiring An example of source input [+common] wiring is shown below. Sink and source input type AC power supply of Class D...

  • Page 166: An External Wiring Example For The Extension Power Supply Unit (sink Input [-common])

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 9.5 Examples of External Wiring [AC Power Supply Type] 9.5.4 An external wiring example for the extension power supply unit (sink input [-common]) This example shows a sink input wiring (-common),including the extension power supply unit.When adding an input extension block,check the signal name on the terminal block since the sink/source type and sink type differ from each ther.

  • Page 167: An External Wiring Example For The Extension Power Supply Unit (source Input [+common])

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 9.5 Examples of External Wiring [AC Power Supply Type] 9.5.5 An external wiring example for the extension power supply unit (source input [+common]) This example shows a source input wiring (+common), including the extension power supply unit.

  • Page 168: Examples Of External Wiring [dc Power Supply Type]

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 9.6 Examples of External Wiring [DC Power Supply Type] Examples of External Wiring [DC Power Supply Type] 9.6.1 Example of sink input [-common] wiring An example of sink input [-common] wiring is given below.

  • Page 169

    Series Programmable Controllers 9 Preparation for Wiring and Power Supply Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 9.6 Examples of External Wiring [DC Power Supply Type] 9.6.2 Example of source input [+common] wiring An example of source input [+common] wiring is shown below. Sink and source input type 24V DC Class D...

  • Page 170: Cut Off All Phases Of The Power Supply Externally Before Installation Or Wiring Work In Order To Avoid

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10. Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) DESIGN PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to have the following safety circuits outside of the PLC to ensure safe system operation even during external power supply problems or PLC failure.

  • Page 171: Failure To Do So May Cause Fire, Equipment Failures Or Malfunctions

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Do not supply power to the [24+] and [24V] terminals (24V DC service power supply) on the main unit or extension units.

  • Page 172: Before Starting Input Wiring

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.1 Before Starting Input Wiring 10.1 Before Starting Input Wiring 10.1.1 Sink and source input (24V DC input type) The input terminals (X) of the main unit are common to sink/source input of 24V DC internal power. Series input/output powered extension units/blocks have input terminals common to sink/source input or only for sink input.

  • Page 173: V Dc Input Type (common To Sink/source Input)

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.2 24V DC Input Type (Common to Sink/Source Input) 10.2 24V DC Input Type (Common to Sink/Source Input) The input specifications for the main unit, cautions in wiring the unit and examples of wiring are given below. 10.2.1 Input specifications (main unit) The input numbers in the table indicate the main unit terminal numbers.

  • Page 174: Handling Of 24v Dc Input

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.2 24V DC Input Type (Common to Sink/Source Input) 10.2.2 Handling of 24V DC input 1. Input terminals Fuse Sink input When a no-voltage contact or NPN open collector transistor 100 to 240V AC output is connected between an input (X) terminal and the 0V terminal and the circuit is closed, the input (X) turns on.

  • Page 175: Instructions For Connecting Input Devices

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.2 24V DC Input Type (Common to Sink/Source Input) Cautions in wiring when changing filter time When setting the input filter to 5µs or capturing pulses of a response frequency of 50 to 100kHz with a high- speed counter, wire the terminals as stated below.

  • Page 176

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.2 24V DC Input Type (Common to Sink/Source Input) 3. In the case of input device with built-in parallel resistance Use a device having a parallel resistance, Rp, of 15kΩ or more. If the resistance is less than 15kΩ, connect a bleeder resistance, Rb, obtained by the following formula as shown in the following figure.

  • Page 177: Examples Of External Wiring (sink Input) [ac Power Supply Type]

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.2 24V DC Input Type (Common to Sink/Source Input) 10.2.4 Examples of external wiring (sink input) [AC Power Supply Type] Sink and source input type Main unit Fuse Class D...

  • Page 178

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.2 24V DC Input Type (Common to Sink/Source Input) Use of input/output extension units/blocks of sink input type Main unit Fuse Class D grounding Sink and source input type...

  • Page 179: Example Of External Wiring (source Input) [ac Power Supply Type]

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.2 24V DC Input Type (Common to Sink/Source Input) 10.2.5 Example of external wiring (source input) [AC Power Supply Type] Sink and source input type Main unit Fuse Class D...

  • Page 180: Examples Of External Wiring (sink Input) [dc Power Supply Type]

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.2 24V DC Input Type (Common to Sink/Source Input) 10.2.6 Examples of external wiring (sink input) [DC power supply type] Sink and source input type Main unit Fuse Class D...

  • Page 181

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.2 24V DC Input Type (Common to Sink/Source Input) Use of input/output extension units/blocks of sink input type Main unit Fuse Class D grounding Sink and source (0V)

  • Page 182: Examle Of External Wiring (source Input) [dc Power Supply Type]

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.2 24V DC Input Type (Common to Sink/Source Input) 10.2.7 Examle of external wiring (source input) [DC Power Supply Type] Sink and source input type Main unit Fuse Class D...

  • Page 183: V Ac Input (except Main Unit)

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.3 100V AC Input (Except Main Unit) 10.3 100V AC Input (Except Main Unit) 10.3.1 Input specifications Select the input for the input/output powered extension units/blocks. Main units of a 100V AC input type are not available.

  • Page 184: Example Of External Wiring

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.3 100V AC Input (Except Main Unit) 10.3.3 Example of external wiring Main unit Fuse Class D grounding 24V DC X000 input type (Sink wiring) X001 Three-...

  • Page 185: Allocation Of Pointers To Input Numbers (input Signal On/off Duration)

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.4 Input Interruption (I00 to I50 ) - With Delay Function 10.4 Input Interruption (I00 to I50 ) - With Delay Function The PLC (main unit) is provided with an input interruption function (input delay interruption function) and has six interruption input points.

  • Page 186: Examples Of External Wiring

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.4 Input Interruption (I00 to I50 ) - With Delay Function 10.4.4 Examples of external wiring Use shielded twisted-pair cables for connecting cables. Ground the shield of each shielded cable only on the PLC side.

  • Page 187: Pulse Catch (m8170 To M8177)

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.5 Pulse Catch (M8170 to M8177) 10.5 Pulse Catch (M8170 to M8177) The PLC (main unit) is provided with a pulse catch function and has 8 pulse catch input points. →...

  • Page 188

    Series Programmable Controllers 10 Input Wiring Procedures (Input Interruption and Pulse Catch) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 10.5 Pulse Catch (M8170 to M8177) 10.5.3 Examples of external wiring Use shielded twisted-pair cables for connecting cables. Ground the shield of each shielded cable only on the PLC side. 1.

  • Page 189: Use Of High-speed Counters (c235 To C255)

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.1 Outline 11. Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) 11.1 Outline The high-speed counters can count the signals to the general-purpose input terminals to the main unit or to the high-speed input special adapters (options).

  • Page 190

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.2 Input Specifications 11.2 Input Specifications For input to the high-speed counters, the input terminals X000 to X007 of the main unit or high-speed input special adapter are used.

  • Page 191: Types Of Counting And Operations

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.3 Types of Counting and Operations 11.3 Types of Counting and Operations The main unit has built-in 32-bit high speed bi-directional counters (1-phase 1-count input, 1-phase 2-count input and 2-phase 2-count input).

  • Page 192: List Of Device Numbers And Functions

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.4 List of Device Numbers and Functions 11.4 List of Device Numbers and Functions → For details on the counter number (OP), refer to Subsection 11.3.3. Counter Device No.

  • Page 193

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.4 List of Device Numbers and Functions The external reset input terminals are reset when they are turned on. When they are used in combination with special auxiliary relays (M8388 and M8389), they can be reset when turned off.

  • Page 194: Allocation Of Device Numbers To Input Numbers

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.5 Allocation of Device Numbers to Input Numbers 11.5 Allocation of Device Numbers to Input Numbers The high-speed counter numbers are allocated to the input terminals X000 to X007 as shown in the following table.

  • Page 195: Inhibition Of Redundant Use Of Input Numbers

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.5 Allocation of Device Numbers to Input Numbers When the comparison set/reset instructions (DHSCS, DHSCR, DHSZ and DHSCT) for high-speed counters are used, the hardware (H/W) counters are switched to software (S/W) counters. When the input signal logic is inverted by the reset input signal logic switching function (M8388 and M8389), C253 is switched from a hardware counter to a software counter.

  • Page 196: Handling Of High-speed Counters

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.6 Handling of High-speed Counters 11.6 Handling of High-speed Counters 11.6.1 1-phase 1-count input Examples of program 1) For C235 • C235 counts the number of times the input terminal X000 X010 Down-count/ M8235...

  • Page 197: Phase 2-count Input

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.6 Handling of High-speed Counters C235 is set to the up-count or down-count mode through interruption by the count input X000. • When the current value increases from -6 to -5, the output contact is set, and when the value decreases from -5 to -6, it is reset.

  • Page 198

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.6 Handling of High-speed Counters 11.6.3 2-phase 2-count input These counters are 32-bit up-count/down-count binary counters. The operations of the output contact according to the current value are the same as those of the above- mentioned 1-phase 1-count input high-speed counters.

  • Page 199: Timing Of Updating Of Current Value And Comparison Of Current Value

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.7 Timing of Updating of Current Value and Comparison of Current Value 11.7 Timing of Updating of Current Value and Comparison of Current Value 11.7.1 Timing of updating of current value When a pulse is input to a high-speed counter input terminal, the counter increments or decrements.

  • Page 200: Conditions For Hardware Counter To Be Handled As Software Counter

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.8 Conditions for Hardware Counter to be Handled as Software Counter 11.8 Conditions for Hardware Counter to be Handled as Software Counter The high-speed counters are classified into hardware counters and software counters. Some hardware counters are handled as software counters depending on the operating conditions.

  • Page 201: Calculation Of Response Frequency And Overall Frequency

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.9 Calculation of Response Frequency and Overall Frequency 11.9 Calculation of Response Frequency and Overall Frequency 11.9.1 Response frequencies of hardware counters The maximum response frequencies of the hardware counters are shown in the following table. Depending on the working conditions, the maximum response frequencies of hardware counters are the same as those of the software counters, and limitations on overall frequency are set up.

  • Page 202

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.9 Calculation of Response Frequency and Overall Frequency 1) Calculation of overall frequency The overall frequency is calculated by the high-speed comparison instruction used in the program based on the above table.

  • Page 203

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.9 Calculation of Response Frequency and Overall Frequency 1) Calculation of overall frequency The overall frequency is calculated by the high-speed comparison instruction used in the program based on the above table.

  • Page 204: Examples Of External Wiring (rotary Encoder)

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.10 Examples of External Wiring (Rotary Encoder) 11.10 Examples of External Wiring (Rotary Encoder) 11.10.1 1-phase 1-input [C235 to C245] The following examples of wiring apply to the cases where C235 is used. When another high-speed counter number is used, wire the counter referring to the following diagrams.

  • Page 205: Phase 2-input [c251 To C255]

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.10 Examples of External Wiring (Rotary Encoder) 2. When high-speed input special adapter (FX -4HSX-ADP) is used 1) Differential line driver output rotary encoder In the case of differential line driver wiring Rotary encoder Input No.

  • Page 206: Cautions For The Other Side Device

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.10 Examples of External Wiring (Rotary Encoder) 2) PNP open collector transistor output rotary encoder In the case of source wiring Rotary encoder Fuse 24V DC Class D grounding*...

  • Page 207: Related Devices And Function Switching Procedures

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.11 Related Devices and Function Switching Procedures 11.11 Related Devices and Function Switching Procedures 11.11.1 Related devices 1. For switching 1-phase 1-count input counter mode to up-count or down-count Counter Counter Specifying...

  • Page 208

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.11 Related Devices and Function Switching Procedures 4. Operation status of hardware counter/software counter Device No. Name Description Operation status of C235, C241, C244, C246, M8380 C247, C249, C251, C252 and C254 M8381...

  • Page 209: Function Switching] Switching Of Logic Of External Reset Input Signal

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.11 Related Devices and Function Switching Procedures 11.11.2 [Function switching] switching of logic of external reset input signal The external reset input for the counters C241 to C245, C247 to C250 and C252 to C255 resets the counters when it is turned ON.

  • Page 210: Function Switching] Procedures For Using 2-phase 2-count Input Counters C251 To C255 In 4 Edge Count Mode

    Series Programmable Controllers 11 Use of High-speed Counters (C235 to C255) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 11.11 Related Devices and Function Switching Procedures 11.11.4 [Function switching] procedures for using 2-phase 2-count input counters C251 to C255 in 4 edge count mode The 2-phase 2-count input counters C251 to C255 are in the 1 edge count mode.

  • Page 211: Damage To The Product Or Electric Shock

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12. Output Wiring Procedures DESIGN PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to have the following safety circuits outside of the PLC to ensure safe system operation even during external power supply problems or PLC failure. Otherwise, malfunctions may cause serious accidents.

  • Page 212

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Do not supply power to the [24+] and [24V] terminals (24V DC service power supply) on the main unit or extension units. Doing so may cause damage to the product. •...

  • Page 213: Sink And Source Output (transistor)

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12.1 Sink and Source Output (Transistor) 12.1 Sink and Source Output (Transistor) Series main units and FX Series input/output extension units/blocks of transistor sink output type and of transistor source output type are available. 1.

  • Page 214: External Wiring For Relay Output

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12.2 External Wiring for Relay Output 12.2 External Wiring for Relay Output This section explains the relay output specifications (main unit) and external wiring. • For the main unit, refer to Subsection 12.2.1 "Output specifications (main unit)", Subsection 12.2.3 "Handling of relay output", Subsection 12.2.4 "External wiring precautions"...

  • Page 215

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12.2 External Wiring for Relay Output 12.2.2 Product life of relay contacts → For product life of relay contacts, refer to Subsection 4.4.2. 12.2.3 Handling of relay output 1.

  • Page 216: External Wiring Precautions

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12.2 External Wiring for Relay Output 12.2.4 External wiring precautions 1. Protection circuit for load short-circuiting A short-circuit at a load connected to an output terminal could Load cause burnout at the PCB.

  • Page 217

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12.2 External Wiring for Relay Output 12.2.5 Example of external wiring Main unit Fuse* AC power supply relay output COM1 100 to 240V Breaker Power ON Load (Vacant terminal) Fuse* COM2 Emergen...

  • Page 218: External Wiring Of Transistor Output (sink/source) Type

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12.3 External Wiring of Transistor Output (Sink/Source) Type 12.3 External Wiring of Transistor Output (Sink/Source) Type This section explains the handling and external wiring of transistor output. • For the main unit, refer to Subsection 12.3.1 "Output specifications (main unit) transistor output (sink type)", Subsection 12.3.2 "Output specifications (main unit) transistor output (source type)", Subsection 12.3.3 "Handling of transistor output", Subsection 12.3.4 "External wiring precautions"...

  • Page 219: Output Specifications (main Unit) Transistor Output (source Type)

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12.3 External Wiring of Transistor Output (Sink/Source) Type 12.3.2 Output specifications (main unit) transistor output (source type) Transistor output (source) specifications Item -16MT/ -32MT/ -48MT/ -64MT/ -80MT/ -128MT/ Number of output 8 points 16 points...

  • Page 220: Handling Of Transistor Output

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12.3 External Wiring of Transistor Output (Sink/Source) Type 12.3.3 Handling of transistor output 1. Output terminals One, 4 or 8 transistor output points are covered by one common terminal. Sink output Sink output type Load current flows into the output (Y) terminals.

  • Page 221

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12.3 External Wiring of Transistor Output (Sink/Source) Type 5. Response time The time from when the PLC drives (or shuts down) the photocoupler until the transistor is turned on (or off) is shown in the following table.

  • Page 222

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12.3 External Wiring of Transistor Output (Sink/Source) Type 12.3.4 External wiring precautions 1. Protection circuit for load short-circuits A short-circuit at a load connected to an output terminal could cause burnout at the output element or the PCB.

  • Page 223

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12.3 External Wiring of Transistor Output (Sink/Source) Type 3. Contact protection circuit for inductive loads When an inductive load is connected, connect a diode (for commutation) in parallel with the load as necessary.

  • Page 224

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12.3 External Wiring of Transistor Output (Sink/Source) Type 12.3.5 Example of external wiring 1. Transistor output (sink) AC power supply Main unit 100 to 240V Fuse* transistor output (sink) COM1 Breaker Load...

  • Page 225

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12.3 External Wiring of Transistor Output (Sink/Source) Type 2. Transistor output (source) AC power supply Main unit Fuse* 100 to 240V transistor output (source) Breaker Load Power ON Fuse* Emergency Load...

  • Page 226: External Wiring For Triac (ssr) Output Type

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12.4 External Wiring for Triac (SSR) Output Type 12.4 External Wiring for Triac (SSR) Output Type This section explains the procedures for handling triac output and external wiring. •...

  • Page 227

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12.4 External Wiring for Triac (SSR) Output Type 12.4.2 External wiring precautions 1. Protection circuit for load short-circuits A short-circuit at a load connected to an output terminal could Load cause burnout at the output element or the PCB.

  • Page 228: Product

    Series Programmable Controllers 12 Output Wiring Procedures User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 12.4 External Wiring for Triac (SSR) Output Type 12.4.3 Example of external wiring AC power supply Main unit 100 to 240V COM1 relay output Power ON For the relay output wiring of (Vacant terminal) t h e m a i n u n i t , r e f e r t o Subsection 12.2.5 "Relay...

  • Page 229: Make Sure To Attach The Terminal Cover, Offered As An Accessory, Before Turning On The Power Or

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13. Examples of Wiring for Various Uses DESIGN PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to have the following safety circuits outside of the PLC to ensure safe system operation even during external power supply problems or PLC failure.

  • Page 230: Notes About Examples Of Wiring

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13.1 Notes about Examples of Wiring WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Do not supply power to the [24+] and [24V] terminals (24V DC service power supply) on the main unit or extension units.

  • Page 231: Digital Switch [dsw Instructions (fnc72)/bin Instructions (fnc19)]

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13.2 Digital Switch [DSW Instructions (FNC72)/BIN Instructions (FNC19)] 13.2 Digital Switch [DSW Instructions (FNC72)/BIN Instructions (FNC19)] 13.2.1 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. 1.

  • Page 232

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13.2 Digital Switch [DSW Instructions (FNC72)/BIN Instructions (FNC19)] 2. Main unit + input/output powered extension unit/block Example of program M8000 X010 Y050 D100 Examples of wiring In the case of sink wiring When the main unit and a transistor output (sink) type input/output powered extension unit/block are used Digital...

  • Page 233

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13.2 Digital Switch [DSW Instructions (FNC72)/BIN Instructions (FNC19)] 3. Input/output powered extension unit Example of program M8000 X060 Y050 D100 Examples of wiring In the case of sink wiring When an input /output powered extension unit/block with transistor output (sink) is used with input/output powered extension unit Digital...

  • Page 234: When Bin Instructions Are Used

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13.2 Digital Switch [DSW Instructions (FNC72)/BIN Instructions (FNC19)] 13.2.2 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. Example of program M8000 K2X010...

  • Page 235: Ten Key Input [tky Instructions (fnc70)]

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13.3 Ten Key Input [TKY Instructions (FNC70)] 13.3 Ten Key Input [TKY Instructions (FNC70)] This section gives examples of wiring for capturing values from ten-key pad to D100 using TKY instructions. Example of program M8000 X000...

  • Page 236: Hexadecimal Input [hky Instructions (fnc71)]

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13.4 Hexadecimal Input [HKY Instructions (FNC71)] 13.4 Hexadecimal Input [HKY Instructions (FNC71)] This section gives examples of wiring for capturing values (0 to 9) and function keys (A to F) from 16 switches (16 keys) to D100 and M0 to M5 using HKY instructions.

  • Page 237

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13.4 Hexadecimal Input [HKY Instructions (FNC71)] 2. Main unit + input/output powered extension unit/block Example of program M8000 X010 Y050 D100 Examples of wiring In the case of sink wiring When the main unit and a transistor output (sink) type input/output powered extension unit/block are used External wiring X010 X011 X012 X013...

  • Page 238

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13.4 Hexadecimal Input [HKY Instructions (FNC71)] 3. Input/output powered extension unit Example of program M8000 X060 Y050 D100 Examples of wiring In the case of sink wiring When a sink input type unit is used External wiring COM X060 X061 X062 X063...

  • Page 239: Input Matrix [mtr Instructions (fnc 52)]

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13.5 Input Matrix [MTR Instructions (FNC 52)] 13.5 Input Matrix [MTR Instructions (FNC 52)] This section gives examples of wiring for capturing the ON/OFF status of 24 switches to M30 to M37, M40 to M47 and M50 to M57 using MTR instructions.

  • Page 240

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13.5 Input Matrix [MTR Instructions (FNC 52)] 2. Main unit + input/output powered extension unit/block Example of program M8000 X020 Y050 Examples of wiring In the case of sink wiring When the main unit and a transistor output (sink) type input/output powered extension unit/block are used 0.1A 50V diode is...

  • Page 241

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13.5 Input Matrix [MTR Instructions (FNC 52)] 3. Input/output powered extension unit Example of program M8000 X060 Y050 Examples of wiring In the case of sink wiring When a sink input type unit is used 0.1A 50V diode is...

  • Page 242: Seven Segment With Latch [segl Instructions (fnc74)/bcd Instructions (fnc18)]

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13.6 Seven Segment with Latch [SEGL Instructions (FNC74)/BCD Instructions (FNC18)] 13.6 Seven Segment with Latch [SEGL Instructions (FNC74)/BCD Instructions (FNC18)] 13.6.1 When SEGL instructions are used This subsection gives examples of wiring for displaying the current value of D100 on the 4-digit 7-segment display.

  • Page 243

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13.6 Seven Segment with Latch [SEGL Instructions (FNC74)/BCD Instructions (FNC18)] 2. Input/output powered extension unit/block Example of program M8000 SEGL D100 Y020 Examples of wiring In the case of sink wiring 7-segment display to be used for sink wiring (in the case of transistor output)

  • Page 244: When Bcd Instructions Are Used

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13.6 Seven Segment with Latch [SEGL Instructions (FNC74)/BCD Instructions (FNC18)] 13.6.2 When BCD instructions are used This subsection gives examples of wiring for displaying the current value of D100 on the 2-digit 7-segment display.

  • Page 245

    Series Programmable Controllers 13 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 13.6 Seven Segment with Latch [SEGL Instructions (FNC74)/BCD Instructions (FNC18)] 2. Main unit and input/output powered extension units Example of program M8000 D100 K2Y020 Examples of wiring In the case of sink wiring 7-segment display to be used for sink wiring (in the case of transistor output)

  • Page 246: Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance And Troubleshooting

    • Do not disassemble or modify the PLC. Doing so may cause fire, equipment failures, or malfunctions. For repair, contact your local Mitsubishi Electric distributor. • Turn off the power to the PLC before connecting or disconnecting any extension cable.

  • Page 247: Preparation For Test Operation

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.1 Preparation for Test Operation 14.1 Preparation for Test Operation 14.1.1 Preliminary inspection [power OFF] 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.

  • Page 248: Writing Of Program And Program Check [power On And Plc Stopped]

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.1 Preparation for Test Operation 14.1.3 Writing of program and program check [power ON and PLC stopped] Turn on the PLC power. Make sure that the RUN/STOP switch of the PLC is set to STOP, and turn the power on. Check the program.

  • Page 249: Running And Stopping Procedures [power On]

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.2 Running and Stopping Procedures [Power ON] 14.2 Running and Stopping Procedures [Power ON] 14.2.1 Methods of running and stopping PLCs can be started or stopped by any of the following three methods. Two of the methods can be combined.

  • Page 250: Use Of Several Running/stopping Methods

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.2 Running and Stopping Procedures [Power ON] 14.2.2 Use of several running/stopping methods 1. When the built-in RUN/STOP switch and the general-purpose RUN terminal are used (without remote running/stopping operation from the programming software) The RUN/STOP status of the PLC is determined by the conditions shown in the following table.

  • Page 251: Operation And Test [power On And Plc Running]

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.3 Operation and Test [Power ON and PLC Running] 14.3 Operation and Test [Power ON and PLC Running] 14.3.1 Self-diagnostic function When the PLC's power is turned on, its self-diagnostic function starts automatically. If there are no problems with the hardware, parameters or program, the PLC will start and the RUN command (refer to Section 14.2) is given (RUN LED is lit).

  • Page 252: Program Modification Function

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.3 Operation and Test [Power ON and PLC Running] 14.3.3 Program modification function The sequence program can be transferred while the PLC is running or in the stopped state as shown below. −...

  • Page 253: Maintenance And Periodic Inspection

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.4 Maintenance and Periodic Inspection 14.4 Maintenance and Periodic Inspection This PLC does not incorporate consumable parts that are factors in the reduction of service life. However, the batteries and output relays (points of contact) have a limited life expectancy.

  • Page 254: Maintenance - Product Life Of Relay Contacts

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.4 Maintenance and Periodic Inspection 14.4.3 Maintenance - product life of relay contacts The product life of relay contacts varies considerably depending on the load type used. Take care that loads generating reverse electromotive force or rush current may cause poor contact or deposition of contacts which may lead to considerable reduction of the contact product life.

  • Page 255: Procedures For Replacing Battery

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.4 Maintenance and Periodic Inspection 3. 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.

  • Page 256: Troubleshooting With Leds

    Flashing apply power to the PLC, and check for changes in the state. If power supply terminal. no improvement is obtained, consult your local Mitsubishi • External wiring is incorrect. Electric distributer. • Internal error of PLC One of the following problems may •...

  • Page 257: Error Led [on/flashing/off]

    - Fit a noise filter onto the power supply line. 3) If the ERROR LED does not go off even after the measures stated in (1) and (2) are taken, consult your local Mitsubishi Electric distributer. One of the following errors has...

  • Page 258: Judgment By Error Codes And Representation Of Error Codes

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.6 Judgment by Error Codes and Representation of Error Codes 14.6 Judgment by Error Codes and Representation of Error Codes Error codes can be checked with the programming tool or on the display module (FX -7DM).

  • Page 259: Operation And Check By Gx Developer

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.6 Judgment by Error Codes and Representation of Error Codes 14.6.2 Operation and check by GX developer Connect the personal computer and the PLC. Execute the PLC diagnosis. Click [Diagnostics] →...

  • Page 260: Representation Of Errors

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.6 Judgment by Error Codes and Representation of Error Codes 14.6.3 Representation of errors Errors are represented in this manual, GX Developer, and the display module as shown in the following table. GX Developer Display module This manual...

  • Page 261: Error Code List And Action

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.6 Judgment by Error Codes and Representation of Error Codes 14.6.4 Error Code List and Action When a program error occurs in the PLC, the error code is stored in special data registers D8060 - D8067 and D8438.

  • Page 262

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.6 Judgment by Error Codes and Representation of Error Codes Error codes in shaded columns are added in FX PLCs. Error PLC operation at Contents of error Action code error occurrence...

  • Page 263

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.6 Judgment by Error Codes and Representation of Error Codes Error codes in shaded columns are added in FX PLCs. Error PLC operation at Contents of error Action code error occurrence...

  • Page 264

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.6 Judgment by Error Codes and Representation of Error Codes Error codes in shaded columns are added in FX PLCs. Error PLC operation at Contents of error Action code error occurrence...

  • Page 265

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.6 Judgment by Error Codes and Representation of Error Codes Error codes in shaded columns are added in FX PLCs. Error PLC operation at Contents of error Action code error occurrence...

  • Page 266

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.6 Judgment by Error Codes and Representation of Error Codes Error codes in shaded columns are added in FX PLCs. Error PLC operation at Contents of error Action code error occurrence...

  • Page 267: Troubleshooting

    → For the procedures on operating peripheral devices, refer to the manuals for the peripheral devices. → For the phone numbers and addresses of Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd., refer to the service network at the end of this manual.

  • Page 268: Cautions In Registering Keyword

    Series Programmable Controllers 14 Test Operation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 14.7 Troubleshooting 14.7.3 Cautions in registering keyword 1. Cautions in registering keyword The keyword limits access to the program prepared by the user from peripheral devices. Keep the keyword carefully.

  • Page 269: Initiating Operation After Installation Or Wiring Work

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15. FX -32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) DESIGN PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to have the following safety circuits outside of the PLC to ensure safe system operation even during external power supply problems or PLC failure.

  • Page 270

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Do not supply power to the [24+] and [24V] terminals (24V DC service power supply) on the main unit or extension units. Doing so may cause damage to the product. •...

  • Page 271: Outline

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.1 Outline 15.1 Outline An input/output powered extension unit is used to expand inputs/outputs. Power can be supplied to subsequent extension blocks from an input/output powered extension unit with a built-in 24V DC power supply.

  • Page 272: Power Supply Specifications (power Supply Input/24v Dc Service Power Supply)

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.2 Power Supply Specifications (Power Supply Input/24V DC Service Power Supply) 15.2 Power Supply Specifications (Power Supply Input/24V DC Service Power Supply) -32ER -32ER-ES/UL -48ER-ES/UL -48ER Item -32ES -32ET-ESS/UL...

  • Page 273: Part Names

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.2 Power Supply Specifications (Power Supply Input/24V DC Service Power Supply) 15.2.2 Part names 1. Front [4] Input display LEDs [5] Terminal block covers [1] Top cover [6] Extension device connecting 4 5 6 4 5 6...

  • Page 274

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.2 Power Supply Specifications (Power Supply Input/24V DC Service Power Supply) When the terminal block covers are open [10] Input (X) terminals [11] Terminal block fitting screws [9] Power supply terminal [12] Terminal names [13] Terminal block covers...

  • Page 275: Fx 2n -32er-es/ul, Fx 2n -48er-es/ul, Fx 2n -48er-ds

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.3 FX2N-32ER-ES/UL, FX2N-48ER-ES/UL, FX2N-48ER-DS 15.3 -32ER-ES/UL, FX -48ER-ES/UL, FX -48ER-DS 15.3.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are the same as those for the main unit. → For the generic specifications, refer to Section 4.1. For external wiring, refer to the following chapters.

  • Page 276: External Dimensions

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.3 FX2N-32ER-ES/UL, FX2N-48ER-ES/UL, FX2N-48ER-DS 3. Output specifications (relay output type) Item -32ER-ES/UL -48ER-ES/UL, FX -48ER-DS Number of output points 16 points 24 points Connection type Removable terminal block (M3 screw) Output unit Relay 30V DC or less...

  • Page 277

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.3 FX2N-32ER-ES/UL, FX2N-48ER-ES/UL, FX2N-48ER-DS -48ER-ES/UL, FX -48ER-DS φ 4.5 mounting holes Unit : mm (inches) 4 5 6 4 5 6 4 5 6 POWER 4 5 6 4 5 6 -48ER 4 5 6...

  • Page 278: Fx 2n -32et-ess/ul, Fx 2n -48et-ess/ul, Fx 2n -48et-dss

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.4 FX2N-32ET-ESS/UL, FX2N-48ET-ESS/UL, FX2N-48ET-DSS 15.4 -32ET-ESS/UL, FX -48ET-ESS/UL, FX -48ET-DSS 15.4.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are the same as those for the main unit. → For the generic specifications, refer to Section 4.1. For external wiring, refer to the following chapters.

  • Page 279

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.4 FX2N-32ET-ESS/UL, FX2N-48ET-ESS/UL, FX2N-48ET-DSS 3. Output specifications (transistor output type) Item -32ET-ESS/UL -48ET-ESS/UL, FX -48ET-DSS Number of output points 16 points 24 points Connection type Removable terminal block (M3 screw) Output unit/type Transistor/source output External power supply...

  • Page 280

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.4 FX2N-32ET-ESS/UL, FX2N-48ET-ESS/UL, FX2N-48ET-DSS -48ET-ESS/UL, FX -48ET-DSS 4-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit : mm (inches) 4 5 6 4 5 6 4 5 6 POWER 4 5 6 4 5 6 -48ET 4 5 6...

  • Page 281: Fx 2n -32er, Fx 2n -48er, Fx 2n -48er-d

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.5 FX2N-32ER, FX2N-48ER, FX2N-48ER-D 15.5 -32ER, FX -48ER, FX -48ER-D 15.5.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are the same as those for the main unit. → For the generic specifications, refer to Section 4.1. For external wiring, refer to the following chapters.

  • Page 282

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.5 FX2N-32ER, FX2N-48ER, FX2N-48ER-D 3. Output specifications (relay output type) Item -32ER -48ER, FX -48ER-D Number of output points 16 points 24 points Connection type Removable terminal block (M3 screw) Output unit Relay External power supply...

  • Page 283

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.5 FX2N-32ER, FX2N-48ER, FX2N-48ER-D -48ER, FX -48ER-D 4-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit : mm (inches) 4 5 6 4 5 6 4 5 6 POWER 4 5 6 4 5 6 -48ER 4 5 6...

  • Page 284: Fx 2n -32et, Fx 2n -48et, Fx 2n -48et-d

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.6 FX2N-32ET, FX2N-48ET, FX2N-48ET-D 15.6 -32ET, FX -48ET, FX -48ET-D 15.6.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are the same as those for the main unit. → For the generic specifications, refer to Section 4.1. For external wiring, refer to the following chapters.

  • Page 285

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.6 FX2N-32ET, FX2N-48ET, FX2N-48ET-D 3. Output specifications (transistor output type) Item -32ET -48ET, FX -48ET-D Number of output points 16 points 24 points Connection type Removable terminal block (M3 screw) Output unit/type Transistor/sink output External power supply...

  • Page 286

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.6 FX2N-32ET, FX2N-48ET, FX2N-48ET-D -48ET, FX -48ET-D 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit : mm (inches) 4 5 6 4 5 6 4 5 6 POWER 4 5 6 4 5 6 -48ET 4 5 6...

  • Page 287: Fx 2n -32es

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.7 FX2N-32ES 15.7 -32ES 15.7.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are the same as those for the main unit. → For the generic specifications, refer to Section 4.1. For external wiring, refer to the following chapters.

  • Page 288

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.7 FX2N-32ES 3. Output specifications (triac output type) Item -32ES Number of output points 16 points Connection type Removable terminal block (M3 screw) Output unit Triac output (SSR) External power supply 85 to 242V AC Output circuit insulation...

  • Page 289: Fx 2n -48er-ua1/ul

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.8 FX2N-48ER-UA1/UL 15.8 -48ER-UA1/UL 15.8.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are the same as those for the main unit. → For the generic specifications, refer to Section 4.1. For external wiring, refer to the following chapters.

  • Page 290

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.8 FX2N-48ER-UA1/UL 3. Output specifications (relay output type) Item -48ER-UA1/UL Number of output points 24 points Connection type Removable terminal block (M3 screw) Output unit Relay 30V DC or less External power supply 240V AC or less (250V AC or less when the unit does not comply with CE, UL or...

  • Page 291

    Series Programmable Controllers 15 FX2N-32/48E*-* (Input/Output Powered Extension Units) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 15.8 FX2N-48ER-UA1/UL 15.8.3 Terminal layout -48ER-UA1/UL -48ER-UA1/UL COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 COM5...

  • Page 292: Failure To Do So May Cause Electric Shock

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16. FX -8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) DESIGN PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to have the following safety circuits outside of the PLC to ensure safe system operation even during external power supply problems or PLC failure. Otherwise, malfunctions may cause serious accidents.

  • Page 293

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.1 Outline 16.1 Outline Connect input/output extension blocks to the PLC to add more input/output points. 8 or 16 points can be added by an input/output extension block. Since the power is supplied from the main unit, it is not necessary to prepare another power supply unit for each input/output extension block.

  • Page 294: List Of Products

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.1 Outline 16.1.2 List of products 1. For input/output extension Sink Source :Sink [-common], :Source [+common] Input Output Connection Model Number Common Number Common unit Type Type of points system of points system...

  • Page 295

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.1 Outline 3. For output extension Sink Source :Sink [-common], :Source [+common] Input Output Connection Model Number Common Number Common unit Type Type of points system of points system Relay output type Terminal...

  • Page 296: Fx 2n -8er-es/ul (24v Dc Sink/source Input, Relay Output)

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.2 FX2N-8ER-ES/UL (24V DC Sink/Source Input, Relay Output) 16.2 -8ER-ES/UL (24V DC Sink/Source Input, Relay Output) 16.2.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are identical to the main unit specifications. →...

  • Page 297: Parts Identification And Terminal Arrangement

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.2 FX2N-8ER-ES/UL (24V DC Sink/Source Input, Relay Output) 4. Output specifications (Relay output type) Item -8ER-ES/UL Output points 4 points Connection unit Vertical terminal block (M3 screws) Output unit Relay 5 to 30V DC External power supply...

  • Page 298

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.2 FX2N-8ER-ES/UL (24V DC Sink/Source Input, Relay Output) 16.2.3 External dimensions 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm(inches) -8ER-ES POWER 9(0.36") 43(1.7") 87(3.43")

  • Page 299: Fx 2n -8er (24v Dc Sink Input, Relay Output)

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.3 FX2N-8ER (24V DC Sink Input, Relay Output) 16.3 -8ER (24V DC Sink Input, Relay Output) 16.3.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are identical to the main unit specifications. →...

  • Page 300

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.3 FX2N-8ER (24V DC Sink Input, Relay Output) 4. Output specifications (Relay output type) Item -8ER Output points 4 points Connection unit Vertical terminal block (M3 screws) Output unit Relay External power supply 250V AC 30V DC or less...

  • Page 301

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.3 FX2N-8ER (24V DC Sink Input, Relay Output) 16.3.3 External dimensions 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm(inches) -8ER POWER 9(0.36") 43(1.7") 87(3.43")

  • Page 302: Fx 2n -8ex-es/ul, Fx 2n -16ex-es/ul (24v Dc Sink/source Input)

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.4 FX2N-8EX-ES/UL, FX2N-16EX-ES/UL (24V DC Sink/Source Input) 16.4 -8EX-ES/UL, FX -16EX-ES/UL (24V DC Sink/Source Input) 16.4.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are identical to the main unit specifications. →...

  • Page 303

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.4 FX2N-8EX-ES/UL, FX2N-16EX-ES/UL (24V DC Sink/Source Input) 16.4.2 Parts identification and terminal arrangement -8EX-ES/UL -8EX-ES/UL With cover Without cover -8EX-ES Rear line POWER extension Input indicator connector lamps (LED lamps) -16EX-ES/UL When an input (X) number is assigned, 8 points on the upper side will be used for the lower input numbers,...

  • Page 304

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.4 FX2N-8EX-ES/UL, FX2N-16EX-ES/UL (24V DC Sink/Source Input) 16.4.3 External dimensions -8EX-ES/UL 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) -8EX-ES POWER 9(0.36") 87(3.43") 43(1.7") -16EX-ES/UL 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) 9(0.36") 40(1.58") 87(3.43")

  • Page 305: Fx 2n -8ex, Fx 2n -16ex And Fx 2n -16ex-c

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.5 FX2N-8EX, FX2N-16EX and FX2N-16EX-C 16.5 -8EX, FX -16EX and FX -16EX-C 16.5.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are identical to the main unit specifications. → Refer to Section 4.1 for generic specifications. For external wiring, refer to the following chapter.

  • Page 306

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.5 FX2N-8EX, FX2N-16EX and FX2N-16EX-C 16.5.2 Parts identification and terminal arrangement -8EX -8EX With cover Without cover -8EX Rear line Input POWER extension indicator connector lamps (LED lamps) -16EX When an input (X) number is assigned, 8 points on the upper side will be used for the lower input numbers, and 8 points on the lower side will be used for the higher input numbers.

  • Page 307

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.5 FX2N-8EX, FX2N-16EX and FX2N-16EX-C -16EX-C When an input (X) number is assigned, 8 points on side A will be used for the lower input numbers, and 8 points on side B will be used for the higher input numbers.

  • Page 308

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.5 FX2N-8EX, FX2N-16EX and FX2N-16EX-C -16EX-C 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) 9(0.36") 40(1.58") 87(3.43") How to connect connector (FX -16EX-C) (Socket) Connection face of connector The polarity is shown in the following table. FX-16E- CAB type cable Cross section of 20-core flat cable...

  • Page 309: Fx 2n -16exl-c (5v Dc Input: 16 Points)

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.6 FX2N-16EXL-C (5V DC Input: 16 Points) 16.6 -16EXL-C (5V DC Input: 16 Points) 16.6.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are identical to the main unit specifications. → Refer to Section 4.1 for generic specifications. 1.

  • Page 310

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.6 FX2N-16EXL-C (5V DC Input: 16 Points) 16.6.2 Parts identification and terminal arrangement When an input (X) number is assigned, 8 points on side A will be used for the lower input numbers, and 8 points on side B will be used for the higher input numbers.

  • Page 311

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.6 FX2N-16EXL-C (5V DC Input: 16 Points) How to connect connector (Socket) Connection face of connector The polarity is shown in the following table. FX-16E- CAB type cable Cross section of 20-core flat cable (Be sure to check the wire number.) Side B is for the higher input numbers,...

  • Page 312: Fx 2n -8ex-ua1/ul (100v Ac Input)

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.7 FX2N-8EX-UA1/UL (100V AC Input) 16.7 -8EX-UA1/UL (100V AC Input) 16.7.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are identical to the main unit specifications. → Refer to Section 4.1 for generic specifications. For external wiring, refer to the following chapter.

  • Page 313: Parts Identification And Terminal Arrangment

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.7 FX2N-8EX-UA1/UL (100V AC Input) 16.7.2 Parts identification and terminal arrangment -8EX-UA1/UL With cover Without cover -8EX-UA1 Rear line Input POWER extension indicator connector lamps (LED lamps) 16.7.3 External dimensions 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) -8EX-UA1...

  • Page 314: Fx 2n -8eyr-es/ul, Fx 2n -16eyr-es/ul (relay Output)

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.8 FX2N-8EYR-ES/UL, FX2N-16EYR-ES/UL (Relay Output) 16.8 -8EYR-ES/UL, FX -16EYR-ES/UL (Relay Output) 16.8.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are identical to the main unit specifications. → Refer to Section 4.1 for generic specifications. For external wiring, refer to the following chapter.

  • Page 315

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.8 FX2N-8EYR-ES/UL, FX2N-16EYR-ES/UL (Relay Output) 16.8.2 Parts identification and terminal arrangement -8EYR-ES/UL -8EYR-ES/UL With cover Without cover -8EYR-ES Rear line Output POWER extension indicator connector lamps (LED lamps) -16EYR-ES/UL When an output (Y) number is assigned, 8 points on the upper side will be used for the lower output numbers, and 8 points on the lower side will be used for the higher output numbers.

  • Page 316

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.8 FX2N-8EYR-ES/UL, FX2N-16EYR-ES/UL (Relay Output) 16.8.3 External dimensions -8EYR-ES/UL 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) -8EYR-ES POWER 9(0.36") 43(1.7") 87(3.43") -16EYR-ES/UL 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) 9(0.36") 40(1.58") 87(3.43")

  • Page 317: Fx 2n -8eyt-ess/ul, Fx 2n -16eyt-ess/ul (transistor Output)

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.9 FX2N-8EYT-ESS/UL, FX2N-16EYT-ESS/UL (Transistor Output) 16.9 -8EYT-ESS/UL, FX -16EYT-ESS/UL (Transistor Output) 16.9.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are identical to the main unit specifications. → Refer to Section 4.1 for generic specifications. For external wiring, refer to the following chapter.

  • Page 318

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.9 FX2N-8EYT-ESS/UL, FX2N-16EYT-ESS/UL (Transistor Output) 16.9.2 Parts identification and terminal arrangement -8EYT-ESS/UL -8EYT-ESS/UL With cover Without cover -8EYT-ESS Rear line Output POWER extension indicator connector lamps (LED lamps) -16EYT-ESS/UL When an output (Y) number is assigned, 8 points on the upper side will be used for the lower output numbers, and 8 points on the lower side will be used for the higher output numbers.

  • Page 319

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.9 FX2N-8EYT-ESS/UL, FX2N-16EYT-ESS/UL (Transistor Output) 16.9.3 External dimensions -8EYT-ESS/UL 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) -8EYT-ESS POWER 9(0.36") 43(1.7") 87(3.43") -16EYT-ESS/UL 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) 9(0.36") 40(1.58") 87(3.43")

  • Page 320: Fx 2n -8eyr, Fx 2n -16eyr (relay Output)

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.10 FX2N-8EYR, FX2N-16EYR (Relay Output) 16.10 FX -8EYR, FX -16EYR (Relay Output) 16.10.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are identical to the main unit specifications. → Refer to Section 4.1 for generic specifications. For external wiring, refer to the following chapter.

  • Page 321

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.10 FX2N-8EYR, FX2N-16EYR (Relay Output) 16.10.2 Parts identification and terminal arrangement -8EYR -8EYR With cover Without cover -8EYR Rear line Output POWER extension indicator connector lamps (LED lamps) -16EYR When an output (Y) number is assigned, 8 points on the upper side will be used for the lower output numbers, and 8 points on the lower side will be used for the higher output numbers.

  • Page 322

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.10 FX2N-8EYR, FX2N-16EYR (Relay Output) 16.10.3 External dimensions -8EYR 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) -8EYR POWER 9(0.36") 43(1.7") 87(3.43") -16EYR 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) 9(0.36") 40(1.58") 87(3.43")

  • Page 323: Fx 2n -8eyt, Fx 2n -16eyt And Fx 2n -16eyt-c (transistor Output)

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.11 FX2N-8EYT, FX2N-16EYT and FX2N-16EYT-C (Transistor Output) 16.11 FX -8EYT, FX -16EYT and FX -16EYT-C (Transistor Output) 16.11.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are identical to the main unit specifications. →...

  • Page 324

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.11 FX2N-8EYT, FX2N-16EYT and FX2N-16EYT-C (Transistor Output) 16.11.2 Parts identification and terminal arrangement -8EYT -8EYT With cover Without cover -8EYT Rear line Output POWER extension indicator connector lamps (LED lamps) -16EYT When an output (Y) number is assigned, 8 points on the upper side will be used for the lower output numbers,...

  • Page 325

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.11 FX2N-8EYT, FX2N-16EYT and FX2N-16EYT-C (Transistor Output) -16EYT-C When an output (Y) number is assigned, 8 points on side A will be used for the lower output numbers, and 8 points on side B will be used for the higher output numbers.

  • Page 326

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.11 FX2N-8EYT, FX2N-16EYT and FX2N-16EYT-C (Transistor Output) -16EYT-C 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) 9(0.36") 40(1.58") 87(3.43") How to connect connector (FX -16EYT-C) (Socket) Connection face of connector The polarity is shown in the following table. FX-16E- CAB type cable Cross section of 20-core flat cable...

  • Page 327: Fx 2n -8eyt-h (transistor Output)

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.12 FX2N-8EYT-H (Transistor Output) 16.12 FX -8EYT-H (Transistor Output) 16.12.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are identical to the main unit specifications. → Refer to Section 4.1 for generic specifications. For external wiring, refer to the following chapter.

  • Page 328

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.12 FX2N-8EYT-H (Transistor Output) 16.12.2 Parts identification and terminal arrangment -8EYT-H With cover Without cover -8EYT-H Rear line Output POWER extension indicator connector lamps (LED lamps) 16.12.3 External dimensions 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) -8EYT-H...

  • Page 329: Fx 2n -16eys (triac Output: 16 Points)

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.13 FX2N-16EYS (Triac Output: 16 Points) 16.13 FX -16EYS (Triac Output: 16 Points) 16.13.1 Product specifications The generic specifications are identical to the main unit specifications. → Refer to Section 4.1 for generic specifications. For external wiring, refer to the following chapter.

  • Page 330

    Series Programmable Controllers 16 FX2N-8/16E*-*(Input/Output Extension Blocks) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 16.13 FX2N-16EYS (Triac Output: 16 Points) 16.13.2 Parts identification and terminal arrangement When an output (Y) number is assigned, 8 points on the upper side will be used for the lower output numbers, and 8 points on the lower side will be used for the higher output numbers.

  • Page 331: Fx 3u -1psu-5v (extension Power Supply Unit)

    Series Programmable Controllers 17 FX3U-1PSU-5V (Extension Power Supply Unit) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 17.1 Introduction 17. FX -1PSU-5V (Extension Power Supply Unit) DESIGN PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to have the following safety circuits outside of the PLC to ensure safe system operation even during external power supply problems or PLC failure.

  • Page 332: Specifications

    Series Programmable Controllers 17 FX3U-1PSU-5V (Extension Power Supply Unit) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 17.2 Specifications 17.2 Specifications 17.2.1 Generic Specifications The generic specifications are the same as those for the main unit. → For the generic specifications, refer to Section 4.1. 17.2.2 Performance Specifications Items Specifications...

  • Page 333: Special Function Units/blocks

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.1 Special Function Units/Blocks 18. Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) 18.1 Special Function Units/Blocks 18.1.1 FX External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 0.2kg (0.44lbs)

  • Page 334

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.1 Special Function Units/Blocks 18.1.3 FX -2DA External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 0.2kg (0.44lbs) 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) •Installation: DIN rail of 35 mm (1.38") in width or screws •Accessories: Label for indication of special...

  • Page 335

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.1 Special Function Units/Blocks 18.1.5 FX -4DA External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 0.2kg (0.44lbs) 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) •Installation: DIN rail of 35 mm (1.38") in width or screws •Accessories: Label for indication of special...

  • Page 336

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.1 Special Function Units/Blocks 18.1.7 FX -4DA External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 0.3kg (0.66lbs) 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) •Installation: DIN rail of 35 mm (1.38") in width or screws •Accessories: Label for indication of special...

  • Page 337

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.1 Special Function Units/Blocks 18.1.9 FX -4AD-TC External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 0.3kg (0.66lbs) 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) •Installation: DIN rail of 35 mm (1.38") in width or screws •Accessories: Label for indication of special...

  • Page 338

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.1 Special Function Units/Blocks 18.1.11 FX -2LC External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 0.3kg (0.66lbs) 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) •Installation: DIN rail of 35 mm (1.38") in width or screws •Accessories: Label for indication of special...

  • Page 339

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.1 Special Function Units/Blocks 18.1.13 -1HC External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 0.3kg (0.66lbs) 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) •Installation: DIN rail of 35 mm (1.38") in width or screws •Accessories: Label for indication of special...

  • Page 340

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.1 Special Function Units/Blocks 18.1.15 FX -1PG(-E) External Dimensions •installation: DIN rail of 35 mm (1.38") in 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) width or screws •Accessories:...

  • Page 341

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.1 Special Function Units/Blocks 18.1.17 FX -10GM External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 0.3kg (0.66lbs) Unit:mm (inches) •Installation: DIN rail of 35mm (1.38") in width only can be used for installation •Accessories:...

  • Page 342

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.1 Special Function Units/Blocks 18.1.19 FX -1RM(-E)-SET External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 0.5kg (1.1lbs) Unit:mm (inches) -1RM •Installation: DIN rail of 35 mm (1.38") in 2-φ4.5 mounting holes width or screws •Accessories:...

  • Page 343

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.1 Special Function Units/Blocks 18.1.20 FX -232IF External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 0.3kg (0.66lbs) 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) •Installation: DIN rail of 35 mm (1.38") in width or screws •Accessories: Label for indication of special...

  • Page 344

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.1 Special Function Units/Blocks 18.1.22 FX -64CL-M External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 0.15kg (0.33lbs) 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) •Installation: DIN rail of 35 mm (1.38") in width or screws •Accessories: Label for indication of special...

  • Page 345

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.1 Special Function Units/Blocks 18.1.24 FX -32CCL External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 0.2kg (0.44lbs) 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) •Installation: DIN rail of 35 mm (1.38") in width or screws •Accessories: Label for indication of special...

  • Page 346: Extension Power Supply Unit

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.2 Extension Power Supply Unit 18.2 Extension Power Supply Unit 18.2.1 FX -1PSU-5V External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 0.3kg (0.66lbs) 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) •Installation: DIN rail of 35 mm (1.38") in...

  • Page 347

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.3 Special Adapters 18.3.2 FX -4DA-ADP External Dimensions, Terminal Layout •MASS(Weight): 0.1kg (0.22lbs) 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) •Installation: DIN rail of 35 mm (1.38") in width or screws •Accessories: Manual supplied with product...

  • Page 348

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.3 Special Adapters 18.3.5 FX -232ADP External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 80g (0.18lbs) 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) •Installation: DIN rail of 35 mm (1.38") in width or screws •Accessories: Manual supplied with product...

  • Page 349

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.3 Special Adapters 18.3.7 FX -4HSX-ADP External Dimensions, Terminal Layout •MASS(Weight): 80g (0.18lbs) 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) •Installation: DIN rail of 35 mm (1.38") in X0/3+ width or screws X0/3-...

  • Page 350: Expansion Board

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.4 Expansion Board 18.4 Expansion Board 18.4.1 FX -USB-BD External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 20g (0.05lbs) 2-φ3.2 Unit:mm (inches) mounting holes •Accessories: Two M3 tapping screws (for installation of board), USB driver software (CD-ROM),...

  • Page 351

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.4 Expansion Board 18.4.4 FX -485-BD External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 20g (0.05lbs) 2-φ3.2 Unit:mm (inches) mounting holes •Accessories: Two M3 tapping screws (for installation of board), Label for indication of link station number,...

  • Page 352: Power Supply

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.5 Power Supply 18.5 Power Supply 18.5.1 FX 20PSU External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 0.3kg (0.66lbs) 2-φ4.5 mounting holes Unit:mm (inches) •Installation: DIN rail of 35 mm (1.38") in width or screws •Accessories:...

  • Page 353: Interface Module

    18.7 Interface Module 18.7.1 FX-232AWC-H External Dimensions Unit:mm (inches) •MASS(Weight): 0.1kg (0.22lbs) •Accessories: Manual supplied with product •Connector: RS-232C (D-SUB 25-pin, female) MITSUBISHI RS-422 POWER (D-SUB 25-pin, female) FX-232AWC-H 80(3.15") (0.99") 18.7.2 FX-USB-AW External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 20g (0.05lbs) Unit:mm (inches) •Accessories:...

  • Page 354: Display Module

    Series Programmable Controllers 18 Other Extension Devices and Optional Units (External Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 18.8 Display Module 18.8 Display Module 18.8.1 FX -7DM External Dimensions •MASS(Weight): 20g (0.05lbs) Unit:mm (inches) •Accessories: Display module mounting top cover, Manual supplied with product 11.5...

  • Page 355: Fx 3u -7dm

    • Do not disassemble or modify the PLC. Doing so may cause fire, equipment failures, or malfunctions. For repair, contact your local Mitsubishi Electric distributor. • Turn off the power to the PLC before connecting or disconnecting any extension cable.

  • Page 356: Description Of Products (introduction Of Related Products)

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.1 Description of Products (Introduction of Related Products) 19.1 Description of Products (Introduction of Related Products) The FX -7DM display module can be incorporated in the main unit, or can be installed in the enclosure using the FX -7DM-HLD display module holder.

  • Page 357

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.2 Specifications 19.2 Specifications 19.2.1 Display/switch specifications Item Description Display device/ backlight STN monochrome liquid crystal display/Backlight: LED (green) 16 letters × 4 lines (2 byte letters: 8 letters × 4 lines) Number of letters Displaed Characters...

  • Page 358: Installation And Removal

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.3 Installation and Removal 19.3 Installation and Removal This section describes how to install and remove the display module. Turn off the power of the PLC. Before installing or removing the display module, be sure to turn off the power to the PLC. Remove the top cover.

  • Page 359: Summary Of Functions

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.4 Summary of Functions 19.4 Summary of Functions The display module functions are summarized below. Item Function Remarks Reference Displays the time indicated by the main unit’s internal Button Top screen (time display) Subsection 19.5.2...

  • Page 360: Procedure For Accessing The Menu Screen From The Title Screen

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.5 Procedure for Accessing the Menu Screen from the Title Screen 19.5 Procedure for Accessing the Menu Screen from the Title Screen All operation explanations and display screen examples in this manual are in English. When the menu display language is set to Japanese, please convert the screen messages to their Japanese translations.

  • Page 361: Menu Structure

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.6 Menu Structure 19.6 Menu Structure Title screen Operation keys ME L S E C - F Press the [OK] button F X 3 U S e r i e s Press the [ESC] button V e r .

  • Page 362

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.6 Menu Structure Display example E n t r y C o d e T h e E n t r y C o d e s e t C l e a r A l l D e v e v i c e s...

  • Page 363: Monitor/test Mode [excluding User-registered Devices]

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.7 Monitor/Test Mode [Excluding User-Registered Devices] 19.7 Monitor/Test Mode [Excluding User-Registered Devices] 19.7.1 Relevant devices Monitoring and testing can be performed from the "Monitor/Test" menu for the devices listed below. (Monitoring/testing is not possible for the file register (D) and the index register (V/Z)).

  • Page 364: Monitor Mode Operation

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.7 Monitor/Test Mode [Excluding User-Registered Devices] 19.7.2 Monitor mode operation This section explains the procedure for monitoring the input [X], output [Y], auxiliary relay [M], state [S], timer [T], counter [C], data registers [D, DD], extended registers [R, DR], and the extended file registers [ER, DER].

  • Page 365: Monitor Screen & Status Display

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.7 Monitor/Test Mode [Excluding User-Registered Devices] 19.7.3 Monitor screen & status display → Refer to Section 19.21 for the procedure used to display the current values as hexadecimal values. 1.

  • Page 366

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.7 Monitor/Test Mode [Excluding User-Registered Devices] 4. Counter [C] C0 to C199 Display Content Device No. Contact image OFF: Blank Reset image OFF: Blank C0 to C199 Count direction display UP count: DOWN count: Blank (32-bit up/down counter and high-speed counter only)

  • Page 367: Test Mode Operation

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.7 Monitor/Test Mode [Excluding User-Registered Devices] 19.7.4 Test mode operation There are 3 types of test mode operations, depending on the device type. The 3 operations are explained below.

  • Page 368

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.7 Monitor/Test Mode [Excluding User-Registered Devices] 2. Timer [T], counter [C] 1) Perform a monitor mode operation to display the device where the [Monitor screen] test function is to be used. →...

  • Page 369

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.7 Monitor/Test Mode [Excluding User-Registered Devices] Use the [+] / [-] buttons to select the desired setting method (refer to table below), then press [OK] to register this selection. Changeable Selectable Setting Values Setting Description...

  • Page 370: Test Mode Operation Notes

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.7 Monitor/Test Mode [Excluding User-Registered Devices] 3. Output [Y] / auxiliary relay [M] / special auxiliary relay [M] / state [S] Forced ON/OFF operations are possible for the output [Y] / auxiliary relay [M] / special auxiliary relay [M] / state [S] contacts.

  • Page 371: Monitor/test Mode [user-registered Devices]

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.8 Monitor/Test Mode [User-Registered Devices] 19.8 Monitor/Test Mode [User-Registered Devices] Regarding user-registered devices at "Monitor/Test" menu, monitor and test operations can be performed for a maximum of 4 data registers (16-bit/32-bit) specified by the system information. →...

  • Page 372

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.9 Error Check 19.8.2 Test mode operation 1) Perform a monitor mode operation to display the user-registered device whose current value is to be changed. H a l t t i m e r →...

  • Page 373: Language (menu Display Language Setting)

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.10 LANGUAGE (Menu Display Language Setting) 19.10 LANGUAGE (Menu Display Language Setting) The language used at the display module menus is specified at the "LANGUAGE" menu. The language setting procedure is described below.

  • Page 374: Changing To English Menus

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.10 LANGUAGE (Menu Display Language Setting) 4) Use the [+] / [-] buttons to move the cursor to " ". To cancel the operation and return to the "menu screen", press [ESC]. Button Operation Description Cancels the operation and returns to the "menu screen".

  • Page 375: Contrast

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.11 Contrast 19.11 Contrast The liquid crystal display contrast setting is specified at the "Contrast" menu. Selections made at this menu are saved at D8302. A contrast setting of "0" is specified at factory default. 1) At the menu screen, use the [+] / [-] buttons to move the cursor to the "Contrast"...

  • Page 376: Clock Menu (current Time Setting)

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.12 Clock Menu (Current Time Setting) 19.12 Clock Menu (Current Time Setting) The "ClockMenu" menu consists of "current time display" and the "time setting" items. The current time should be set before operating the system. 19.12.1 Current time setting procedure 1) At the menu screen, use the [+] / [-] buttons to move the cursor to the "ClockMenu"...

  • Page 377: Displaying The Current Time

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.12 Clock Menu (Current Time Setting) 19.12.2 Displaying the current time 1) At the menu screen, use the [+] / [-] buttons to move the cursor to the "ClockMenu" item, then press [OK] to display the selection e n t screen shown to the right.

  • Page 378: Entrycodes

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.13 Entrycodes 19.13 Entrycodes Entry codes registered at the PLC can be canceled from the "EntryCode" menu. When canceled, all operations are enabled. Registering or changing entry codes is not possible at the display module. The programming tool must be used in advance to register new entry codes.

  • Page 379: Level-specific Restrictions Screen List

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.13 Entrycodes 19.13.2 Level-specific restrictions screen list : Function enabled : Timer and counter setting values cannot be changed. −: Function disabled Entry Code: 8 digits Entry Code: 16 digits Label entered as the first Selected at GX Developer setting screen character at Entry Code input...

  • Page 380: Entry Code Storage

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.13 Entrycodes 19.13.3 Entry code storage The system has no process for recovering registered entry codes which are forgotten. Therefore, be sure to store the entry codes in a secure location. 19.13.4 Screens requiring entry codes for access At the menu screen, use the [+] / [-] buttons to move the cursor to the "EntryCode"...

  • Page 381: Canceling An Entry Code

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.13 Entrycodes 19.13.5 Canceling an entry code 1) At the menu screen, use the [+] / [-] buttons to move the cursor to the "EntryCode" item, then press [OK] to display the "entry code input screen".

  • Page 382: Enabling An Entry Code

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.14 Device All-Clear 19.13.6 Enabling an entry code 1) At the menu screen, use the [+] / [-] buttons to move the cursor to E n t C o d the "EntryCode"...

  • Page 383: Plc Status

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.15 PLC Status 19.15 PLC Status The PLC statuses shown below can be displayed from the "PLC Status" menu. → Refer to Subsection 19.15.2 for display details. Page Title Display Item •...

  • Page 384: Plc Status Display Items

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.15 PLC Status 19.15.2 PLC status display items 1. PLC Status 1/3 2 . 0 0 o p e t i o n t r i Display Content Main unit’s version information.

  • Page 385: Scan Time (scan Time Display)

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.16 Scan Time (Scan Time Display) 3. PLC Status 3/3 . 2 V Display Content Battery voltage Number of registered comments ([number of registered comments] / [number of parameter-specified comments]) 19.16 Scan Time (Scan Time Display) The scan time’s current value, minimum value, and maximum value can be displayed from the "ScanTime"...

  • Page 386: Transfer From Internal Ram To Memory Cassette (cassette <- Ram)

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.17 Cassette (Memory Cassette Transfers) 19.17.1 Transfer from internal RAM to memory cassette (Cassette <- RAM) 1) At the menu screen, use the [+] / [-] buttons to move the cursor to the "Cassette"...

  • Page 387: Transfer From Memory Cassette To Internal Ram (cassette -> Ram)

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.17 Cassette (Memory Cassette Transfers) 19.17.2 Transfer from memory cassette to internal RAM (Cassette -> RAM) 1) At the menu screen, use the [+] / [-] buttons to move the cursor to the "Cassette"...

  • Page 388: Memory Cassette & Internal Ram Consistency Check (cassette : Ram)

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.17 Cassette (Memory Cassette Transfers) 19.17.3 Memory cassette & internal RAM consistency check (Cassette : RAM) 1) At the menu screen, use the [+] / [-] buttons to move the cursor to the "Cassette"...

  • Page 389: System Information (restrictions From Plc)

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.18 System Information (Restrictions From PLC) 19.18 System Information (Restrictions From PLC) Some of the display module functions require system information settings in order to enable program control of these functions.

  • Page 390: System Information Setting Programexample

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.18 System Information (Restrictions From PLC) 19.18.2 System information setting programexample The following is a program example in which the system information has been assigned to D50 to D90 and M50 to M56.

  • Page 391: User (user-registered Device Setting)

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.19 User (User-Registered Device Setting) 19.19 User (User-Registered Device Setting) The procedure for specifying the devices which display as "User" at the "Monitor/Test" menu is explained below. The user-registered devices are specified by writing the "device type" and "device No." at "D +7"...

  • Page 392: Program Example 1 (when 4 Devices Are Displayed As User-registered Devices)

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.19 User (User-Registered Device Setting) 19.19.3 Program example 1 (when 4 devices are displayed as user-registered devices) Use this program example as a reference when setting 4 devices as user-registered devices. 1.

  • Page 393: Program Example 2 (when 3 Or Fewer Devices Are Displayed As User-registered Devices)

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.19 User (User-Registered Device Setting) 19.19.4 Program example 2 (when 3 or fewer devices are displayed as user-registered devices) Use this program example as a reference when setting 3 or fewer devices as user-registered devices. 1.

  • Page 394: Program Example 3 (when 5 Or More Devices Are Displayed As User-registered Devices)

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.19 User (User-Registered Device Setting) 19.19.5 Program example 3 (when 5 or more devices are displayed as user-registered devices) Use this program example as a reference when setting 5 or more devices as user-registered devices. 1.

  • Page 395

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.19 User (User-Registered Device Setting) Continued from previous page At user-registered device screen scrolling (by [+] and [-] buttons), sets the 2nd displayed device as a "D102" K102 16-bit device, with a decimal current value display format.

  • Page 396: Operation Button On/off Information

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.20 Operation Button ON/OFF Information 19.20 Operation Button ON/OFF Information Operation button ON/OFF information can be monitored at the system information (system signal 2) "M to M +3" while the PLC is running. Various applications of this function are described below. →...

  • Page 397: Specifying A Hexadecimal Current Value Display Format

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.21 Specifying a Hexadecimal Current Value Display Format 19.21 Specifying a Hexadecimal Current Value Display Format The procedure for specifying a hexadecimal display format for current values which display at the "Monitor/ Test"...

  • Page 398: Display Screen Protect Function

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.22 Display Screen Protect Function 19.22 Display Screen Protect Function The display screen protect function prevents accidental operation by restricting the display module functions. The display screen protect function is enabled when no entry code is registered. The display screen protect function’s protection level is specified in the system information (system signal 1) "D +8".

  • Page 399: Entry Code Levels

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.22 Display Screen Protect Function 19.22.3 Entry code levels 1. For versions prior to Ver.2.20 8-Digit Entry code Level Entry code Content Entry code Input Example 8-digit hexadecimal value beginning 0ABCDEF2 A (All operations prohibited) with "A"...

  • Page 400: Pointers For Using The Display Screen Protect Function

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.22 Display Screen Protect Function 19.22.6 Pointers for using the display screen protect function The display screen protect function settings should be specified in a sequence program. • The protect function is enabled by using the display module’s "monitor/test function" to change the system information’s (system signal 1) "D +8"...

  • Page 401: User Message Display Function

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.23 User Message Display Function 19.23 User Message Display Function The user message display function allows a user-prepared message to appear in place of the "top screen (time display)". The [OK] button is then pressed to switch from the "user message screen"...

  • Page 402: Displaying A Word Device Current Value As A Message

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.23 User Message Display Function 19.23.3 Displaying a word device current value as a message A numeric value can be displayed at the user message by combining BCD (FNC18), ASCI (FNC82), and BMOV (FNC15) instructions.

  • Page 403: Program Example 2 ([+] / [-] Buttons Of User Messages Switching)

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.23 User Message Display Function 19.23.5 Program example 2 ([+] / [-] buttons of user messages switching) The following is a program example in which the [+] / [-] buttons are used to switch the displayed user message. Note that user messages do not appear when a screen other than the "top screen (time display)"...

  • Page 404: Program Example 3 (user Messages Plus Data Display)

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.23 User Message Display Function 19.23.6 Program example 3 (user messages plus data display) The following is a program example in which the counter’s current value appears at the user message. Note that user messages do not appear when a screen other than the "top screen (time display)"...

  • Page 405

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.23 User Message Display Function Continued from previous page Starts a sub-routine program that D201 D104 adds a space (20H) to the remaining quantity (D201) current value (max. 5 digits) to generate 6- CALL character data.

  • Page 406

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.23 User Message Display Function Continued from previous page D111 H100 D120 D120 D110 D130 D113 H100 D121 Program comprising 6 characters (with space added). • Target → D140 to D142 D121 D112 D131 •...

  • Page 407: Character Data Input Procedure

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.23 User Message Display Function 19.23.7 Character data input procedure User messages are entered and assigned to file registers in advance, using GX Developer. Messages are displayed by a file register → data register transfer, with the message being created in place of the numeric values, etc.

  • Page 408

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.23 User Message Display Function Selecting The File Register 1. From the project data list, select "Device memory", then right-click and select [New] at the submenu. 2. The "New" dialog box then appears. Click [OK] A confirmation dialog box then appears.

  • Page 409

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.23 User Message Display Function Entering User Messages As shown in the illustration below, the dialog box for character string inputs is opened by double- clicking on GX Developer’s character string display area or the data register display area. When entering Japanese scripts (Chinese characters, etc.), data input automatically occurs in the lower order →...

  • Page 410: Operation Error Messages & Corrective Actions

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.24 Operation Error Messages & Corrective Actions 19.24 Operation Error Messages & Corrective Actions The following is a list of error messages which the system displays after an operation is performed. Relevant Menu Screen English Japanese...

  • Page 411: When A "fatal Error Occurred" Message Appears

    "Fatal error occurred" message appears. 1) If the "Fatal error occurred" message appears: The main unit hardware may have failed. Contact your local Mitsubishi Electric distributor. 2) If the "Fatal error occurred" message does not appear: Turn the power OFF, connect the extension devices, then operate the system again to check for errors.

  • Page 412: Menu Display Characters - Japanese & English Display Character Correspondence Table

    Series Programmable Controllers 19 FX3U-7DM (Display Module) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 19.25 Menu Display Characters - Japanese & English Display Character Correspondence Table. 19.25 Menu Display Characters - Japanese & English Display Character Correspondence Table. Menu Screen English Japanese Menu Screen English Japanese...

  • Page 413: Fx-16/32e*-*-tb (terminal Block)

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20. FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) DESIGN PRECAUTIONS • Make sure to have the following safety circuits outside of the PLC to ensure safe system operation even during external power supply problems or PLC failure. Otherwise, malfunctions may cause serious accidents.

  • Page 414

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS • Use the product within the generic environment specifications described in Section 4.1 of this manual. Never use the product in areas with excessive dust, oily smoke, conductive dusts, corrosive gas (salt air, Cl or NO ), flammable gas, vibration or impacts, or exposed to high temperature, condensation, or rain and wind.

  • Page 415: Overview

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.1 Overview 20.1 Overview A terminal block is used to convert connector type input/output terminals into a terminal block. Moreover, dedicated input and output terminal blocks (built-in element types) can be used to receive AC input signals for conversion to relay / transistor / triac output types.

  • Page 416: Product Configuration

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.1 Overview 20.1.1 Product configuration The connection destinations shown below are products which can be connected by "connector ⇔ connector" cables. An individual-wire type can also be used for wiring to the terminal blocks of PLC-side input/output products.

  • Page 417: External Dimensions & Component Names

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.2 External Dimensions & Component Names 20.2 External Dimensions & Component Names FX-16E-TB FX-32E-TB 150(5.91") 150(5.91") 45(1.78") FX-16EYR-TB FX-16EX-A1-TB FX-16EYS-TB FX-16EYT-TB, FX-16EYT-H-TB 150(5.91") 150(5.91") Units: mm (inches) Accessories: Input/output No.

  • Page 418: Terminal Arrangement

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.3 Terminal Arrangement 20.3 Terminal Arrangement 1. FX-16E-TB When connected to the FX -16EYT-C FX-16E-TB Lower numbers Higher numbers When connected to the FX -16EX-C FX-16E-TB Lower numbers Higher numbers 2.

  • Page 419

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.3 Terminal Arrangement 3. FX-16EX-A1-TB Lower numbers Higher numbers COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 4. FX-16EYR-TB, FX-16EYS-TB, FX-16EYT-TB, FX-16EYT-H-TB Lower numbers Higher numbers COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 COM1...

  • Page 420: Installation Work

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.4 Installation Work 20.4 Installation Work → Refer to Section 8.2 for installation location. 20.4.1 Mounting Turn OFF all power supplies connected to the PLC, input/output devices, and terminal blocks. Align the top side of the "DIN rail mounting groove"...

  • Page 421: Connection To Terminal Block

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.4 Installation Work 20.4.4 Connection to terminal block 1. The product terminal screws are as shown in the table below. Model Name Terminal Screw Size • FX-16E-TB, FX-32E-TB •...

  • Page 422: Fx-16e-tb, Fx-32e-tb

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.5 FX-16E-TB, FX-32E-TB 20.5 FX-16E-TB, FX-32E-TB The FX-16E-TB and FX-32E-TB items must be connected using an FX series input/output connector type extension block. Input Connector Output Connector Connectable models FX -16EX-C (sink input) -16EYT-C (sink output) 20.5.1 Internal circuit...

  • Page 423: Example Of Input External Wiring

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.5 FX-16E-TB, FX-32E-TB 20.5.2 Example of input external wiring WIRING PRECAUTIONS • Do not wire vacant terminals externally. Doing so may damage the product. 1. When connected to an FX -16EX-C (sink input) input extension block: 0 to 7 (Lower Nos.)

  • Page 424: Fx-16ex-a1-tb

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.6 FX-16EX-A1-TB 20.6 FX-16EX-A1-TB The FX-16EX-A1-TB is used by connecting it to the FX series input extension block (24V DC). Input Connector Connectable models FX -16EX-C (sink input) The applications shown below are not supported.

  • Page 425: Internal Circuit

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.6 FX-16EX-A1-TB 20.6.2 Internal circuit (20) (10) (19) (18) Photo- Photo- (17) coupler coupler (16) (15) (14) (13) (12) (11) Photo- Photo- coupler coupler 0 to 4 to 0 to 4 to COM1...

  • Page 426: Fx-16eyr-tb

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.7 FX-16EYR-TB 20.7 FX-16EYR-TB The FX-16EYR-TB is used by connecting it to the FX series output extension block (transistor). Output Connector Connectable models FX -16EYT-C (sink output) The applications shown below are not supported. Unsupported Applications Pulse Y output (PLSY) instruction, acceleration/deceleration setup (PLSR) instruction, pulse width modulation (PWM) instruction, DOG search zero return (DSZR) instruction, interruption positioning...

  • Page 427

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.7 FX-16EYR-TB 20.7.2 Internal circuit (20) (10) (19) (18) (17) (16) (15) (14) (13) (12) (11) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 COM1 COM2...

  • Page 428

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.7 FX-16EYR-TB 20.7.4 External wiring precautions 1. Protection circuit for load short-circuits A short-circuit at a load connected to an output terminal Load 0 to 7 could cause burnout at the output element or the PCB. To Fuse prevent this, a protection fuse should be inserted at the output.

  • Page 429: Product Life Of Relay Output Contacts

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.7 FX-16EYR-TB 20.7.5 Product life of relay output contacts The product life of relay contacts varies considerably depending on the load type used. Take care that loads generating reverse electromotive force or rush current may cause poor contact or deposition of contacts which may lead to considerable reduction of the contact product life.

  • Page 430: Fx-16eyt-tb, Fx-16eyt-h-tb

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.8 FX-16EYT-TB, FX-16EYT-H-TB 20.8 FX-16EYT-TB, FX-16EYT-H-TB The FX-16EYT(-H)-TB is used by connecting it to the FX series output extension block (transistor). Output Connector Connectable models FX -16EYT-C (sink output) The applications shown below are not supported.

  • Page 431

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.8 FX-16EYT-TB, FX-16EYT-H-TB 20.8.2 Internal circuit (20) (10) Photo- (19) 3.3kΩ coupler 3.3kΩ (18) Photo- (17) coupler (16) (15) (14) (13) Photo- (12) 3.3kΩ coupler 3.3kΩ (11) Photo- coupler 0 to 7 Lower numbers...

  • Page 432

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.8 FX-16EYT-TB, FX-16EYT-H-TB 20.8.4 External wiring precautions 1. Protection circuit for load short-circuits A short-circuit at a load connected to an output terminal Load 0 to 7 could cause burnout at the output element or the PCB. To Fuse prevent this, a protection fuse should be inserted at the output.

  • Page 433: Fx-16eys-tb

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.9 FX-16EYS-TB 20.9 FX-16EYS-TB The FX-16EYS-TB is used by connecting it to the FX series output extension block (transistor). Output Connector Connectable models FX -16EYT-C (sink output) The applications shown below are not supported. Unsupported Applications Pulse Y output (PLSY) instruction, acceleration/deceleration setup (PLSR) instruction, pulse width modulation (PWM) instruction, DOG search zero return (DSZR) instruction, interruption positioning...

  • Page 434

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.9 FX-16EYS-TB 20.9.2 Internal circuit (20) (10) (19) 3.3kΩ 3.3kΩ (18) Photo- (17) Photo- thyristor (16) thyristor (15) (14) (13) (12) 3.3kΩ 3.3kΩ (11) Photo- Photo- thyristor thyristor 0 to 7 Lower numbers 0 to...

  • Page 435

    Series Programmable Controllers 20 FX-16/32E*-*-TB (Terminal Block) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 20.9 FX-16EYS-TB 20.9.4 External wiring precautions 1. Protection circuit for load short-circuits A short-circuit at a load connected to an output terminal could cause Load 0 to 7 burnout at the output element or the PCB.

  • Page 436: Fx 3u -flrom-16/64/64l (memory Cassette)

    Series Programmable Controllers 21 FX3U-FLROM-16/64/64L (Memory Cassette) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 21.1 Specifications 21. FX -FLROM-16/64/64L (Memory Cassette) This chapter explains the memory cassette specifications and functions. The memory cassette can be installed at the main unit, and when installed, the memory cassette’s internal program is used in place of the internal RAM memory.

  • Page 437: Installation & Removal

    Series Programmable Controllers 21 FX3U-FLROM-16/64/64L (Memory Cassette) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 21.2 Installation & Removal 21.2 Installation & Removal If a display module (FX -7DM) and a display module holder (FX -7DM-HLD) are installed, remove these items before installing or removing the memory cassette. Be sure that the power is OFF when installing/ removing the memory cassette.

  • Page 438: Memory Cassette Removal

    Series Programmable Controllers 21 FX3U-FLROM-16/64/64L (Memory Cassette) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 21.2 Installation & Removal Attach the top cover ("B"). 21.2.2 Memory cassette removal Remove the top cover. While pressing the top cover hook ("A"), remove the top cover ("B") as shown in the figure to the right. Raise the memory cassette detachment lever.

  • Page 439: Saved Data Content

    Series Programmable Controllers 21 FX3U-FLROM-16/64/64L (Memory Cassette) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 21.3 Saved Data Content 21.3 Saved Data Content The following data is saved on the memory cassette. Item Description Saving Method • Memory capacity setting - Memory capacity (default setting: 16k steps) 2k/4k/8k/16k steps (FX -FLROM-16) 2k/4k/8k/16k/32k/64k steps (FX...

  • Page 440: Protect Switch

    Series Programmable Controllers 21 FX3U-FLROM-16/64/64L (Memory Cassette) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 21.4 PROTECT Switch 21.4 PROTECT Switch 21.4.1 PROTECT switch setting Reading from and writing to memory cassette operations can be performed by using the programming tool. PROTECT Because sequence programs are written by an electronic format, a special switch ROM writer and ultraviolet eraser are not required.

  • Page 441: Memory Cassette <-> Plc (ram Memory) Transfers By Loader Function

    Series Programmable Controllers 21 FX3U-FLROM-16/64/64L (Memory Cassette) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 21.5 Memory Cassette <-> PLC (RAM Memory) Transfers by Loader Function Memory Cassette <−> PLC (RAM Memory) Transfers by Loader Function 21.5 The FX -FLROM-64L loader function ([WR] and [RD] key operation) is explained in this section. •...

  • Page 442: Transfers By Display Module Operation

    Series Programmable Controllers 21 FX3U-FLROM-16/64/64L (Memory Cassette) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 21.6 Transfers By Display Module Operation 21.5.3 Reading (RD: 64L <− PLC) Programs are read from the PLC’s internal RAM memory to the memory cassette. Required condition: The PLC must be stopped, and the PROTECT switch must be OFF. Turn the PROTECT switch OFF at the rear face of the memory cassette.

  • Page 443: Fx 3u -32bl (battery)

    Series Programmable Controllers 22 FX3U-32BL (Battery) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 22.1 Battery Purpose 22. FX -32BL (Battery) STARTUP AND MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS • Turn off the power to the PLC before attaching or detaching the memory cassette. If the memory cassette is attached or detached while the PLC's power is on, the data in the memory may be destroyed, or the memory cassette may be damaged.

  • Page 444: Battery Handling

    Series Programmable Controllers 22 FX3U-32BL (Battery) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 22.3 Battery Handling 22.3 Battery Handling When the battery voltage is low, a "BATT" LED lights (red) while the power is ON, and M8005 and M8006 are switches ON. Although the battery will continue to function for approximately 1 month after the "BATT"...

  • Page 445: Battery-free Operation

    Series Programmable Controllers 22 FX3U-32BL (Battery) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 22.4 Battery-Free Operation 22.4 Battery-Free Operation series operation is possible without a battery (PLC’s internal battery removed) when the following conditions are satisfied. → Refer to the FX / FX Programming Manuals for details concerning battery-free operation.

  • Page 446: Battery Replacement

    Series Programmable Controllers 22 FX3U-32BL (Battery) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition 22.5 Battery Replacement 22.5 Battery Replacement Before replacing the battery Step 4 of the replacement procedure (below), must be performed within 20 seconds after step 3, or the memory content could be lost. Turn the power OFF.

  • Page 447: Appendix A: Operation Of Special Devices (m8000 -, D8000 -)

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-1 Special Auxiliary Relay (M8000 to M8511) Appendix A: Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) The device numbers and functions of the special auxiliary relays (indicated as "special M" in tables) and special data registers (indicated as "special D"...

  • Page 448

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-1 Special Auxiliary Relay (M8000 to M8511) Correspond- Correspond- Number and Number and Operation and function ing special Operation and function ing special name name device...

  • Page 449

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-1 Special Auxiliary Relay (M8000 to M8511) Correspond- Correspond- Number and Number and Operation and function ing special Operation and function ing special name name device...

  • Page 450

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-1 Special Auxiliary Relay (M8000 to M8511) Correspond- Correspond- Number and Number and Operation and function ing special Operation and function ing special name name device...

  • Page 451

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-1 Special Auxiliary Relay (M8000 to M8511) Correspond- Correspond- Number and Number and Operation and function ing special Operation and function ing special name name device...

  • Page 452

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-1 Special Auxiliary Relay (M8000 to M8511) Correspond- Correspond- Number and Number and Operation and function ing special Operation and function ing special name name device...

  • Page 453

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-1 Special Auxiliary Relay (M8000 to M8511) Correspond- Correspond- Number and Number and Operation and function ing special Operation and function ing special name name device...

  • Page 454

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-1 Special Auxiliary Relay (M8000 to M8511) Correspond- Number and Operation and function ing special name device RS2 (FNC 87) [ch2] and Computer Link [ch2] [M]8410 to [M]8420 Not used –...

  • Page 455: Appendix A-2 Special Data Register (d8000 To D8511)

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-2 Special Data Register (D8000 to D8511) Appendix A-2 Special Data Register (D8000 to D8511) Correspond- Correspond- Number and Number and Content of register ing special Content of register ing special...

  • Page 456

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-2 Special Data Register (D8000 to D8511) Correspond- Correspond- Number and Number and Content of register ing special Content of register ing special name name device...

  • Page 457

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-2 Special Data Register (D8000 to D8511) Correspond- Correspond- Number and Number and Content of register ing special Content of register ing special name name device...

  • Page 458

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-2 Special Data Register (D8000 to D8511) Correspond- Correspond- Number and Number and Content of register ing special Content of register ing special name name device...

  • Page 459

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-2 Special Data Register (D8000 to D8511) Correspond- Correspond- Number and Number and Content of register ing special Content of register ing special name name device...

  • Page 460

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-2 Special Data Register (D8000 to D8511) Correspond- Correspond- Number and Number and Content of register ing special Content of register ing special name name device...

  • Page 461

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-2 Special Data Register (D8000 to D8511) Correspond- Correspond- Number and Number and Content of register ing special Content of register ing special name name device...

  • Page 462: Appendix A-3 Analog Special Adapters [m8260 To M8299 And D8260 To D8299]

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-3 Analog special adapters [M8260 to M8299 and D8260 to D8299] Appendix A-3 Analog special adapters [M8260 to M8299 and D8260 to D8299] When analog special adapters are connected, operations and functions are assigned to the devices shown in the tables below in accordance with the number of connected analog special adapters.

  • Page 463: Appendix A-3-2 Special Data Registers (d8260 To D8299)

    Series Programmable Controllers A Operation of Special Devices (M8000 -, D8000 -) User’s Manual - Hardware Edition A-3 Analog special adapters [M8260 to M8299 and D8260 to D8299] Appendix A-3-2 Special data registers (D8260 to D8299) Operation and function Number -4AD-ADP -4DA-ADP -4AD-PT-ADP...

  • Page 464: Appendix B: Instruction List

    Series Programmable Controllers B Instruction List User’s Manual - Hardware Edition B-1 Basic Instructions Appendix B: Instruction List Appendix B-1 Basic Instructions Function Mnemonic Mnemonic Function Out Instruction Contact Instruction Final logical operation type coil drive Initial logical operation contact type NO (normally open) SET Bit device latch ON Initial logical operation contact type NC (normally...

  • Page 465: Appendix B-3 Applied Instructions ... In Ascending Order Of Fnc Number

    Series Programmable Controllers B Instruction List User’s Manual - Hardware Edition B-3 Applied Instructions ... in Ascending Order of FNC Number Appendix B-3 Applied Instructions ... in Ascending Order of FNC Number FNC No. Mnemonic Function FNC No. Mnemonic Function Data Operation Program Flow ZRST...

  • Page 466

    Series Programmable Controllers B Instruction List User’s Manual - Hardware Edition B-3 Applied Instructions ... in Ascending Order of FNC Number FNC No. Mnemonic Function FNC No. Mnemonic Function External FX Device Floating Point Degree to Radian Conversion Serial Communication Floating Point Radian to Degree PRUN Parallel Run (Octal Mode)

  • Page 467

    Series Programmable Controllers B Instruction List User’s Manual - Hardware Edition B-3 Applied Instructions ... in Ascending Order of FNC Number FNC No. Mnemonic Function FNC No. Mnemonic Function Others Data Comparison – 220 to – COMRD Read Device Comment Data Load Compare –...

  • Page 468

    Series Programmable Controllers B Instruction List User’s Manual - Hardware Edition B-3 Applied Instructions ... in Ascending Order of FNC Number FNC No. Mnemonic Function External Device Communication (Inverter Communication) IVCK Inverter Status Check IVDR Inverter Drive IVRD Inverter Parameter Read IVWR Inverter Parameter Write IVBWR...

  • Page 469: Appendix C: Character-code

    Series Programmable Controllers C Character-code User’s Manual - Hardware Edition C-1 ASCII Code Table C-1 ASCII Code Table Appendix C: Character-code Appendix C-1 ASCII Code Table • (ASCII Code: 5C) symbol is displayed as " " even if the language display setting at FX -7DM is set to English (LANGUAGE: ENGLISH).

  • Page 470: Appendix D: Discontinued Models

    Series Programmable Controllers D Discontinued models User’s Manual - Hardware Edition Appendix D: Discontinued models The table below lists the discontinued MELSEC-F Series PLC models and programming tools described in this manual. Discontinued model Production stop date Repair acceptance period FX-232AW September 30, 2004 Until September 30, 2011...

  • Page 471

    Series Programmable Controllers D Discontinued models User’s Manual - Hardware Edition MEMO...

  • Page 472: Warranty

    Any other failure found not to be the responsibility controller range of applications. of Mitsubishi or that admitted not to be so by the However, in certain cases, some applications may be user.

  • Page 473: Revised History

    Series Programmable Controllers User’s Manual - Hardware Edition Revised History Revised History Date Revision Discription 7/2005 First Edition 2/2006 • The following products are added: - Main unit of transistor output type -16MT/ES, FX -16MT/ESS, FX -32MT/ES, FX -32MT/ESS, -48MT/ES, FX -48MT/ESS, FX -64MT/ES, FX -64MT/ESS,...

  • Page 474

    Series Programmable Controllers User’s Manual - Hardware Edition Revised History Date Revision Discription 3/2007 • Tightening Torque at the Time of Loading /Unloading System Terminal Block Anchoring, Notice Addition (Subsection 2.2.1, 8.5.4, 9.1.2 and 15.2.2). • Life Details Addition of Relay Output Contact (Subsection 4.4.2, 12.2.2, 14.4.3 and 20.7.5).

  • Page 476

    USER'S MANUAL - Hardware Edition SERIES PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BUILDING, 2-7-3 MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN HIMEJI WORKS: 840, CHIYODA CHO, HIMEJI, JAPAN FX3U-HW-E MODEL 09R516 MODEL CODE JY997D16501E Effective June 2007 (MEE) Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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