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Cat. No. Z152-E1-01
E3X-DRT21 (DeviceNet)
E3X-SRT21 (CompoBus/S)
E3X-CIF11 (RS-422)
Fiber Amplifier Sensor
Communication Units
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    Cat. No. Z152-E1-01 E3X-DRT21 (DeviceNet) E3X-SRT21 (CompoBus/S) E3X-CIF11 (RS-422) Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Units 23(5$7,21 0$18$/...

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    E3X-DRT21 (DeviceNet) E3X-SRT21 (CompoBus/S) E3X-CIF11 (RS-422) Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Units Operation Manual Produced September 2001...

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    OMRON. No patent liability is assumed with respect to the use of the information contained herein. Moreover, because OMRON is con- stantly striving to improve its high-quality products, the information contained in this manual is subject to change without notice.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    SECTION 2 E3X-DRT21 for Device Net Communications ... Overview of DeviceNet Communications Model ....... . .

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 5 Installation and Dimensions ......Mounting ..............Dimensions .

  • Page 7: About This Manual

    About this Manual: This manual describes the installation and operation of the E3X-DRT21 (DeviceNet), E3X-SRT21 (CompoBus/S), and E3X-CIF11 (RS-422) Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Units. These Units enable optical fiber communications for OMRON E3X-DA-N Digital Fiber Amplifiers and E39-TM1 Ter- minal Block Units.

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    PRECAUTIONS This section provides general precautions for using the Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Units and related devices. The information contained in this section is important for the safe and reliable application of the Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Units. You must read this section and understand the information contained before attempting to set up or operate a Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit.

  • Page 9: Intended Audience, General Precautions, Safety Precautions

    You must con- sult with your OMRON representative before applying a Fiber Amplifier Sen- sor Communication Unit to the above mentioned applications.

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    Operating Environment Precautions Operating Environment Precautions Do not operate the control system in the following places. • Where the Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit is exposed to direct sunlight. • Where the ambient temperature or humidity exceed the specified ranges. •...

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    Application Precautions • Wire communications within the specified distances. • Do not wire communications cables near or in parallel with high-voltage or high-current lines. • Do not bend cables past their natural bending radius or pull on cables. • Check all wiring carefully and completely before supplying power. •...

  • Page 12: Overview

    SECTION 1 Overview This section provides an overview of the Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Units for DeviceNet, CompoBus/S, and RS-422 communications, including their features, system configurations, specifications, and connection methods. This section also covers the differences between different models. Features and System Configuration ....... . 1-1-1 Overview.

  • Page 13: Features And System Configuration

    Communications between The Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit enables communications a Host and Optical between optical sensors and a host, such as an OMRON PLC (CS-series, CJ- Sensors series, C200HX/HG/HE, or other OMRON PLC), other manufacturer’s PLCs that support DeviceNet, and personal computers.

  • Page 14: System Configuration

    Section 1-1 Features and System Configuration 1-1-3 System Configuration E3X-DRT21 for DeviceNet Configurator DeviceNet Communications CS/CJ-series DeviceNet Unit Serial connector (For setting, monitoring, and operating Sensors) Explicit message DeviceNet Fiber Sensors DeviceNet slave E3X-MC11 E3X-DA-N Digital Fiber E3X-DRT21 Fiber Mobile...

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    Section 1-1 Features and System Configuration E3X-CIF11 for RS-422 Serial Communications Board/Unit Communications With PLC as Master CompoWay/F master for protocol macros CompoWay/F message RS-422 (CompoWay/F) Fiber Sensors CompoWay/F slave component E3X-MC11 Mobile E3X-DA-N Digital Fiber Amplifier Unit Power Console supply E3X-CIF11 Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit for RS-422...

  • Page 16: Specifications

    Section 1-2 Specifications Specifications 1-2-1 Performance Specifications Item Specification E3X-DRT21 E3X-SRT21 E3X-CIF11 Communications method DeviceNet CompoBus/S RS-422 Communications Remote I/O ON/OFF data, status, and monitoring inci- ON/OFF data and communications dent light levels status (Functions as DeviceNet slave.) (Functions as Com- poBus/S slave.)

  • Page 17: General Specifications

    The printed information “MADE IN JAPAN” indicates whether connection is possible, as follows: • Underlined: Can be connected to Communication Unit. • Not underlined: Cannot be connected to Communication Unit. 1-2-2 General Specifications Model E3X-DRT21 E3X-SRT21 E3X-CIF11 Communications DeviceNet CompoBus/S RS-422 method...

  • Page 18: Connecting Fiber Amplifier Units

    Communication Unit used and its settings as follows: Model Setting Number of Sensors connected E3X-DRT21 for DeviceNet Remote I/O communications 13 max. (one-word mode) Remote I/O communications 16 max. (two-word mode or two-word mode with incident light level...

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    Slave Connector for Fiber Amplifier Unit Communication Unit Cordless With 1-wire cord With 2-wire cord E3X-CN02 E3X-CN12 E3X-CN22 E3X-DRT21 (DeviceNet) E3X-SRT21 (CompoBus/S) Yes E3X-CIF11 (RS-422) Note Do not use a E3X-CN11 or E3X-CN21 Master Connector with a Fiber Ampli- fier Unit.

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    Communication Unit and all Fiber Amplifier Units connected to it. Model Power supply method E3X-DRT21 (DeviceNet) From DeviceNet communications power supply. E3X-SRT21 (CompoBus/S) From CompoBus/S communications power supply. E3X-CIF11 (RS-422) From power supply cable.

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    Section 1-3 Connecting Fiber Amplifier Units...

  • Page 22: E3x-drt21 For Device Net Communications

    SECTION 2 E3X-DRT21 for Device Net Communications This section provides details on the Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit for DeviceNet communications, including procedures and application examples for remote I/O communications and explicit messages used by the Unit, part names and functions, operation procedures, wiring, and applications available from the DeviceNet Configurator.

  • Page 23: Overview Of Devicenet Communications Model

    (Cat. No. W347). 2-1-2 DeviceNet Communications Overview Remote I/O Words in the IN Area of the master can be allocated to the E3X-DRT21 Com- Communications munication Unit for storage of the ON/OFF data, status data, and incident light levels of the Sensors.

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    Sensors con- sole is con- nected nected. Incident light levels of up to 16 Sensors. Explicit Message Sending explicit messages to the E3X-DRT21 Communication Unit enables Communications reading and writing Sensor parameters. DeviceNet Unit CPU Unit Ladder program CMND(490), etc.

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    Operating and monitoring Sensor settings from Configurator • Setting and downloading Sensor data. • Monitoring Sensor ON/OFF data, incident light levels, etc. • Performing Sensor teaching operations. DeviceNet Fiber Sensors E3X-DRT21 Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit DeviceNet slave for DeviceNet Type...

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    The following example is for monitoring the ON/OFF output status of Fiber Amplifier Unit 1 using one-word mode (DIP switch pins 1 and 2 are OFF) and E3X-DRT21 DeviceNet node address 00. CS1W-DRM21 DeviceNet Unit with fixed allocations for remote I/O communications...

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    Section 2-1 Overview of DeviceNet Communications Model Command Format for Setting Maximum Sensitivity Send the following explicit message. Destination Service Class ID Instance ID Attribute ID Data node Code address 00 Hex 16 Hex 009C Hex 0001 Hex None 30 Hex Note When using the CMND(490) instruction to send the attribute ID and data, set them in the rightmost byte (bits 00 to 07), and set the leftmost byte (bits 08 to 15) to 00 Hex.

  • Page 28: Devicenet Communication Unit Part Names And Functions

    Communications Connector Connector for DeviceNet communications. Power Supply Connector The E3X-DRT21 is supplied power from the Communications Connector, so there is no power supply cable. Note 1. Do not turn ON the power to the Communication Unit when the Mobile Console is connected.

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    Section 2-2 DeviceNet Communication Unit Part Names and Functions Indicator Name Color Status Meaning Network Green DeviceNet is online and communica- status tions are connected. Flashing DeviceNet is online and communica- tions are not connected. A fatal DeviceNet communications error has occurred. Flashing A non-fatal DeviceNet communica- tions error has occurred.

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    Sensor Communication Unit from DeviceNet, which may effect the entire sys- tem. The Sensor reset switch is thus used to reestablish communications with the Sensors. Note The E3X-DRT21 automatically uses the DeviceNet baud rate of the master. Therefore, the DIP switch is not required to set the baud rate.

  • Page 31: Operating Procedure For Devicenet Communication Unit

    Section 2-3 Operating Procedure for DeviceNet Communication Unit Operating Procedure for DeviceNet Communication Unit Step Item Details Mount the Communication Unit to Mount the Unit to the DIN Track. After mounting the Fiber Amplifier Units to the the DIN Track. DIN Track, connect the Units to each other.

  • Page 32: Wiring The Devicenet Model

    Section 2-4 Wiring the DeviceNet Model Wiring the DeviceNet Model Wiring direction Black (V–) Blue (CAN L) Insert direction Shield White (CAN H) Red (V+) • The following table shows the relationship between the cable colors and signals. Color Signal Symbol Black Communications power supply negative side...

  • Page 33: Devicenet Remote I/o Communications

    DeviceNet Remote I/O Communications DeviceNet Remote I/O Communications 2-5-1 Master Word Allocations The E3X-DRT21 data is stored in the IN Area of the DeviceNet master. Select one of the following three operating modes using the DIP switch. Pin 1 Pin 2...

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    Section 2-5 DeviceNet Remote I/O Communications Sensor Communications Flag Bit 15 turns ON when communications are established with the Sensors. Remote I/O Up to 16 Sensors can be connected in this mode. Two words are allocated to Communications each Sensor in the IN Area of the master. Two-word Mode Word m (Pin 1 ON, Pin 2...

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    Section 2-5 DeviceNet Remote I/O Communications Switching Method for Setting Number of Sensors Connected Bit 05 gives the status of DIP switch pin 3, which controls the method for reg- istering the number of Sensors connected. When this bit is OFF, pin 3 is OFF, and when the bit is ON, pin 3 is ON.

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    Section 2-5 DeviceNet Remote I/O Communications Remote I/O Up to 16 Sensors can be connected in this mode. The incident light level mon- Communications itor default setting is to monitor all the Sensors that are connected. By turning ON pin 3 of the DIP switch, the number of Sensors being monitored for inci- Two-word with dent light levels can be changed from the DeviceNet Configurator or by using Incident Light...

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    Section 2-5 DeviceNet Remote I/O Communications Word m + 2 Unit 1 incident light level Word m + 3 Unit 2 incident light level Word m + 4 Unit 3 incident light level Word m + n Unit n – 1 incident light level Word m + n + 1 Unit n incident light level Number of Sensors for incident light level monitoring: n...

  • Page 38: Explicit Message Communications

    Note The number of bytes specified for the class ID, instance ID, and at- tribute ID depend on the master used. When the command is sent from an OMRON DeviceNet Unit (master), the class ID and instance ID are specified as 2 bytes (4 digits) each, and the attribute ID as 1 byte (2 digits).

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    Section 2-6 Explicit Message Communications Service Code When the command is completed normally, the value specified in the com- mand with leftmost bit of the service code turned ON is stored as shown in the following table. Command service code Response service code 10 Hex 90 Hex...

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    READ Command The READ command is used to read data from the Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit or the Sensors connected to it. When an OMRON mas- ter is used, the formats of the command and response blocks are as follows:...

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    Section 2-6 Explicit Message Communications Explicit message Function Command Class Instance Attribute Read ON Incident Light Specifies the unit number as 009C Unit Level the instance ID and reads number (See note 2.) the incident light levels when Sensor is ON. Read OFF Incident Specifies unit number as the 009C...

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    Section 2-6 Explicit Message Communications Read ON/OFF Data Contents Unit 1 ON/OFF data Unit 2 ON/OFF data Unit 3 ON/OFF data Unit 4 ON/OFF data Unit 5 ON/OFF data Unit 6 ON/OFF data Unit 7 ON/OFF data Unit 8 ON/OFF data Unit 9 ON/OFF data Unit 10 ON/OFF data Unit 11 ON/OFF data...

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    Section 2-6 Explicit Message Communications Number of Sensors That Can Communicate Bits 08 to 12 give the number of Sensors that are currently able to communi- cate in hexadecimal. This setting enables the user to check how many Sen- sors are communicating normally when an error occurs. Mobile Console Communications Flag Bit 13 turns ON when the Mobile Console is connected to the Communication Unit.

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    Section 2-6 Explicit Message Communications This command cannot be used if one or more E39-TM1 Terminal Block Units is connected. Read Basic Settings Reads the basic settings of the Sensor for the unit number specified in the instance ID. The data contents are as follows: Contents Display Contents: 0: Digital incident level...

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    Section 2-6 Explicit Message Communications Read Hysteresis Width Reads the hysteresis width of the Sensor for the unit number specified in the instance ID. The data is given as a 3-digit hexadecimal value. Bits 14 and 15 are used to display the sensing setting. Contents 00 to 11 Hysteresis Width Always 0.

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    Section 2-6 Explicit Message Communications Read Special Flags Reads the status of the following settings for the Sensor of the unit number specified in the instance ID. This command is possible with E3X-DA6TW and E3X-DA8TW Sensors only. Executing this command for any other sensor will cause an error to occur.

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    WRITE Command The WRITE command is used to write data to the Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit or the Sensors connected to it. When an OMRON mas- ter is used, the formats of the command and response blocks are as follows:...

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    Section 2-6 Explicit Message Communications Note 1. The unit number specified by the instance ID must be set between 0001 Hex and 0010 Hex. 2. An error will occur if the unit number of an E39-TM1 Terminal Block Unit is specified.

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    Section 2-6 Explicit Message Communications Contents Flashing Setting: 0: OFF 1: ON Sensing Setting: 0: Standard 2: Super long-distance 3: Super high-speed Timer Mode: 1: OFF-delay 2: ON-delay 3: One-shot Number of Display Digits: 0: 4 digits 1: 3 digits 2: 2 digits 3: 1 digit 4: 0 digits...

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    Section 2-6 Explicit Message Communications Contents OFF-delay Timer Setting: 0: Enable 1: Not displayed 2: Disable Sensing Setting: 0: Enable 1: Not displayed 2: Disable Teaching: 0: Enable 1: Disable Sensitivity Adjustment: 0: Enable 1: Disable Zero Reset: 0: Enable 1: Disable Display Contents: 0: Enable...

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    16 Units. 2-6-4 Operation Commands Executes teaching and other operations for the Sensors connected to the Communication Unit. When an OMRON master is used, the formats of the command and response blocks are as follows: Command Block Destination...

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    Section 2-6 Explicit Message Communications List of Operation The following table lists the explicit messages operation commands. Commands Explicit Function Command message Service Instance Operation code command data Adjust Maxi- Specifies the unit number as the Unit mum Sensitivity instance ID, and sets the maxi- number mum sensitivity when the com- mand is sent.

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    Section 2-6 Explicit Message Communications 3. An error will occur when performing two-point teaching or two-position teaching if the command for the second point is sent without sending the command for the first point/position. Send the command for the first point/ position before sending the command for the second one.

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    Section 2-6 Explicit Message Communications 2-6-6 Using Explicit Messages: Example The following example is for sending explicit messages using a CS1W- DRM21 DeviceNet Unit. DeviceNet Unit, unit number: 0 CMND(490) Unit Node address: 05 Unit address: FE Hex or 10 Hex Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit, Explicit message...

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    Section 2-6 Explicit Message Communications Ladder Program Example A20011 #0000 set in D00000 to D02999. 000000 BSET #0000 D00000 D02999 First Cycle Flag #000B set in D00000 (send data bytes: 11). MOV #000B D00000 #0008 set in D00001 (receive data bytes: 8). MOV #0008 D00001 #0001 set in D00002 (destination network address: 01) MOV #0001 D00002...

  • Page 56: Setting, Monitoring, And Operating Sensors From The Devicenet Configurator

    Section 2-7 Setting, Monitoring, and Operating Sensors from the DeviceNet Configurator Setting, Monitoring, and Operating Sensors from the DeviceNet Configurator 2-7-1 Overview The DeviceNet Configurator (Ver. 2.10 or higher) can be used to edit and monitor device parameters to support the following setting, monitoring, and operating functions.

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    Section 2-7 Setting, Monitoring, and Operating Sensors from the DeviceNet Configurator 2-7-2 Setting the Communication Unit and Sensors, and Downloading Use the following procedure to set the Communication Unit and each Sensor. 1,2,3... 1. Select and double-click the applicable Communication Unit to display the following Edit Device Parameters Dialog Box.

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    Section 2-7 Setting, Monitoring, and Operating Sensors from the DeviceNet Configurator Note Select E3X-DA6 for the E3X-DA8, E3X-DAB6, E3X-DAB8, E3X- DAG6, and E3X-DAG8. Select E3X-DATW for the E3X-DA6TW and E3X-DA8TW. b) Click the Settings Button to the right of the registered Fiber Amplifier Unit to display the following Edit Sensor Parameters Dialog Box.

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    Section 2-7 Setting, Monitoring, and Operating Sensors from the DeviceNet Configurator For Custom Flags, double-click the Custom Flags Field to display the fol- lowing dialog box. Set the Sensor Custom Flags such as the Hold Setting (Hold function). 3. After completing all settings, return to the Edit Device Parameters Dialog Box.

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    Section 2-7 Setting, Monitoring, and Operating Sensors from the DeviceNet Configurator 2-7-3 Uploading to Communication Unit and Monitoring/Setting Parameters Online Use the following procedure to monitor the Communication Unit. Communication Unit Monitoring 1,2,3... 1. Switch the Configurator to online mode by selecting Network and Con- nection.

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    Section 2-7 Setting, Monitoring, and Operating Sensors from the DeviceNet Configurator 5. Change the settings and then click the Download Button in the Edit Device Parameters Dialog Box. 2-7-4 Sensor Operations 1,2,3... 1. Switch the Configurator to online mode by selecting Network and Con- nection.

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    Section 2-7 Setting, Monitoring, and Operating Sensors from the DeviceNet Configurator 2-7-5 Online Monitoring Use the following procedure to monitor the Communication Unit. 1,2,3... 1. Switch the Configurator to online mode by selecting Network and Con- nection. 2. Select the applicable Communication Unit, click the right mouse button, and select Monitor.

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    Section 2-7 Setting, Monitoring, and Operating Sensors from the DeviceNet Configurator...

  • Page 64: Section 3 E3x-srt21 For Compobus/s Communications

    SECTION 3 E3X-SRT21 for CompoBus/S Communications This section provides details on the Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit for CompoBus/S communications, including procedures and application examples for CompoBus/S remote I/O communications used by the Unit, part names and functions, operation procedures, and wiring. Overview of CompoBus/S Communications Model .

  • Page 65: Overview Of Compobus/s Communications Model

    Section 3-1 Overview of CompoBus/S Communications Model Overview of CompoBus/S Communications Model 3-1-1 Introduction The E3X-SRT21 for CompoBus/S communications is a Communication Unit that uses the CompoBus/S to monitor the ON/OFF output signals of one or more Fiber Optical Sensors through Fiber Amplifier Units. Remote I/O com- munications can be used to monitor ON/OFF output signals without any spe- cial programming.

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    Section 3-1 Overview of CompoBus/S Communications Model Communications Communications mode Allocated Communications data Number of method words Sensors Remote I/O com- Up to 6 Sensors High-speed One node Sends following data to master: 6 max. munications (func- communications in IN Area ON/OFF output signals for up to 6 tions as Sensors...

  • Page 67: Compobus/s Communication Unit Part Names And Functions

    Section 3-2 CompoBus/S Communication Unit Part Names and Functions CompoBus/S Communication Unit Part Names and Functions DIP switch 1 2 3 4 NODE Rotary switches E3X-MC11 Mobile Console Connector Used to connect the Mobile Console. Sensor Reset Switch Resets Sensors connected to the Unit by turning Sensor power OFF and ON again.

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    Section 3-2 CompoBus/S Communication Unit Part Names and Functions Indicator Name Color Display Meaning U.ERR Unit error An error has occurred in the Unit. Not lit The Unit is communicating normally or on standby. Sensor Green Lit The Sensors are communicating. communi- A Sensor communications error has cations sta-...

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    Section 3-2 CompoBus/S Communication Unit Part Names and Functions Pin 2: Communications Mode This pin selects the CompoBus/S communications mode. Pin 2 (DR) Communications mode High-speed mode Long-distance mode Reserved for System Use (Pins 3 and 4) These pins must always be OFF. Sensor Reset Switch Press this switch to reset the connected Sensors by executing power interrup- tion processing.

  • Page 70: Operating Procedure For Compobus/s Communication Unit

    Section 3-3 Operating Procedure for CompoBus/S Communication Unit Operating Procedure for CompoBus/S Communication Unit Step Item Details Mount the Communication Unit to Mount the Unit to the DIN Track. After mounting the Fiber Amplifier Units to the DIN Track. the DIN Track, connect the Units to each other. Note: To remove the Units from the DIN Track, first slide the Units apart to disconnect them, and then remove the Units from the DIN Track.

  • Page 71: Wiring The Compobus/s Communication Unit

    Section 3-4 Wiring the CompoBus/S Communication Unit Wiring the CompoBus/S Communication Unit 3-4-1 Wiring BS− CompoBus/S communications power supply BD H BD L CompoBus/S communications Note The CompoBus/S communications power supply provides power to the Com- munication Unit and all the Sensors connected to it. Select a power supply for the Communication Unit so that it has sufficient capacity for the current con- sumption of the Sensors.

  • Page 72: Compobus/s Remote I/o Communications

    Section 3-5 CompoBus/S Remote I/O Communications CompoBus/S Remote I/O Communications 3-5-1 Master Word Allocations The E3X-SRT21 data is stored in the IN Slave Area of the CompoBus/S mas- ter. Select the data by setting pin 1 of the DIP switch as shown in the following table.

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    Section 3-5 CompoBus/S Remote I/O Communications Node address: Node address: Contents Odd number Even number Node address – 1 Node address Unit 1 ON/OFF data Unit 2 ON/OFF data Unit 3 ON/OFF data Unit 4 ON/OFF data Unit 5 ON/OFF data Unit 6 ON/OFF data Unit 7 ON/OFF data Unit 8 ON/OFF data...

  • Page 74: E3x-cif11 For Rs-422 Communications

    SECTION 4 E3X-CIF11 for RS-422 Communications This section provides details on the Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit for RS-422 communications, including information on the models, procedures, settings, and application examples of CompoWay/F message communications used by the Unit, part names and functions, operation procedures, and wiring. Overview of RS-422 Communication Unit.

  • Page 75: Overview Of Rs-422 Communication Unit

    Section 4-1 Overview of RS-422 Communication Unit Overview of RS-422 Communication Unit 4-1-1 Introduction The E3X-CIF11 for RS-422 communications is a Communication Unit that uses RS-422 to communicate with one or more Fiber Optical Sensors through Fiber Amplifier Units, including monitoring incident light levels, writing param- eters, and controlling operation.

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    Section 4-1 Overview of RS-422 Communication Unit The following types of CompoWay/F messages communications are sup- ported. Operation Communications details Number of Conditions Sensors Reading from variable area, Reads parameters, such as status data, 16 max. Not possible when parameter area, and other data incident light levels, and thresholds.

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    Section 4-1 Overview of RS-422 Communication Unit 4-1-3 Using RS-422 Communication Unit: Example The following example is for executing Adjust Maximum Sensitivity for unit number 1. CS1W-SCB41 Serial Communications Board using Port 2 (RS-422/485) CS1 CPU Unit PMCR(260) instruction CompoWay/F Fiber Sensors CompoWay/F command...

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    Section 4-1 Overview of RS-422 Communication Unit Example: Sending communications sequence 600 (with ASCII conversion) 08 07 Number of send data words Node number Not used. Number of send bytes Send data (data following MRC and SRC) Execution condition A20200 191915 Command data from PMCR...

  • Page 79: Rs-422 Communication Unit Part Names And Functions

    Section 4-2 RS-422 Communication Unit Part Names and Functions RS-422 Communication Unit Part Names and Functions DIP switch 1 2 3 4 Rotary switches E3X-MC11 Mobile Console Connector Used to connect the Mobile Console. CompoWay/F message communications cannot be used when the Mobile Console is connected.

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    Section 4-2 RS-422 Communication Unit Part Names and Functions Indicator Name Color Display Meaning U.ERR Unit error An error has occurred in the Unit. Not lit The Unit is communicating nor- mally or is on standby. Sensor com- Green The Sensors are communicating. munications A Sensor communications error status...

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    Section 4-2 RS-422 Communication Unit Part Names and Functions CompoWay/F Communications Mode Setting This switch is used to select the settings for CompoWay/F data bits, parity, and stop bits according to the following table. Rotary Communications mode switch Data bits Parity Stop bits Even...

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    Section 4-2 RS-422 Communication Unit Part Names and Functions Sensor Reset Switch Press this switch to reset the connected Sensors by executing power interrup- tion processing. This switch is used in the following case. If the number of Sensors with communications enabled does not match the number of Sensors connected, one or more Sensors may have become dis- connected.

  • Page 83: Operating Procedure For Rs-422 Communication Unit

    Section 4-3 Operating Procedure for RS-422 Communication Unit Operating Procedure for RS-422 Communication Unit Step Item Details Mount the Communication Unit to the Mount the Unit to the DIN Track. After mounting the Fiber Amplifier Units DIN Track. to the DIN Track, connect the Units to each other. Note: To remove the Units from the DIN Track, first slide the Units apart to disconnect them, and then remove the Units from the DIN Track.

  • Page 84: Wiring Rs-422 Communication Units

    Section 4-4 Wiring RS-422 Communication Units Wiring RS-422 Communication Units 4-4-1 RS-422 Communications Wiring The RS-422 Connector pin arrangement is as follows: • Multidrop wiring can be used. (The left and right terminals are internally connected to allow multidrop connections). •...

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    Section 4-4 Wiring RS-422 Communication Units 2. The following Adaptors are recommended when converting from RS-232C to RS-422. • Connecting to PLC: OMRON NT-AL001 Link Adaptor • Connecting to computer: OMRON B500-AL004 Link Adapter 4-4-2 Connecting Terminating Resistance Connect the provided terminating resistance (220 W – 1%) between the RDA and RDB terminals of the last Commmunications Unit for RS-422.

  • Page 86: Compoway/f Message Communications

    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications CompoWay/F Message Communications Sending CompoWay/F messages from the master to the Communication Unit allows reading and writing parameters of a specified Fiber Amplifier Unit. The Communication Unit processes the commands sent by the master and returns responses.

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications This code (02 Hex) indicates the beginning of the communica- tions block. Always set these characters in the first byte. When STX is received again during reception, reception is repeated from the point where STX was received. Node number This number specifies the transmission destination.

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications Name Description Error code detection priority “13” BCC error Received an incorrect BCC value. “14” Format error • The command text contains characters other than 0 to 9, or A to F. (This error is not applicable to the echoback test.) •...

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications The end code is 14 (format error). Example 3: Node Number Missing Command Block 02 Hex 03 Hex The node number is missing one character. Response Block There is no response. Example 4: No Sub-address and Incorrect BCC Command Block Node number 02 Hex...

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications Variable type Read start address Bit position Number of elements “01” “01” “00” 2 bytes 2 bytes 2 bytes 4 bytes 2 bytes 4 bytes Response Block The following diagram shows the command text in the CompoWay/F response block.

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications Number of Sensors Connected Bits 00 to 04 give the number of Sensors that are currently registered in hexa- decimal. Method for Setting Number of Sensors Bit 05 gives the status of DIP switch pin 3, which determines the method for registering the number of Sensors connected.

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications Error Completion Response Error name Cause code “1001” Command too The command is too long. long “1002” Command too The command is too short. short “1101” Area type error The area type is wrong. “1103” Start address out- The read start address is out of range.

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications Response Block The following diagram shows the command text in the CompoWay/F response block. Response code Parameter type Read start address “02” “01” 2 bytes 2 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes 4 bytes Number of elements Read data 4 bytes Number of elements...

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications Read Basic Settings Reads the basic settings as shown in the following table. Contents Display Contents: 0: Digital incident level 1: Digital percentage 2: Analog incident level Display Orientation: 0: Standard 1: Reversed Hold Setting: 0: OFF 2: Peak 3: Bottom...

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications Read Custom Flags Reads whether the following settings can be set or monitored from the sensor key switch. Contents Hold Setting: 0: Enable 1: Not displayed 2: Disable Flashing Setting: 0: Enable 1: Not displayed 2: Disable OFF-delay Timer Setting: 0: Enable...

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications Read Special Flags Reads the status of the following setting items. This command is possible with E3X-DA6TW and E3X-DA8TW Sensors only. An error will occur if this com- mand is executed for any other Sensor. Contents 0 or 1 0 or 1...

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications Response Error name Cause code “2203” Operation error • A Sensor communications error has occurred. • The Sensor response indicated a communica- tions prohibited error. • The Sensor did not respond. • The Mobile Console is connected. 4-5-5 Write to Parameter Area (MRC = “02”, SRC = “02”) Writes the following data to the parameter area.

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications 2. Do not send commands that are not specified for variable types. Acciden- tally sending such commands may cause internal parameters to be over- written. If the internal parameters of a connected Sensor are overwritten, execute the Initialize Sensor Settings operation command.

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications Write Basic Settings The data contents are shown in the following table. Contents Display Contents: 0: Digital incident level 1: Digital percentage 2: Analog incident level Display Orientation: 0: Standard 1: Reversed Hold Setting: 0: OFF 2: Peak 3: Bottom Flashing Setting:...

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications Write Custom Flags Sets whether the following settings can be set or monitored using the sensor key switch Contents Hold Setting: 0: Enable 1: Not displayed 2: Disable Flashing Setting: 0: Enable 1: Not displayed 2: Disable OFF-delay Timer Setting: 0: Enable...

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications Write Special Flags Writes the following settings for the Sensor of the specified unit number. This command is possible with E3X-DA6TW and E3X-DA8TW Sensors only. An error will occur if this command is written for any other Sensor. Contents Always 0.

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications Response Error name Cause code “1101” Area type error The area type is wrong. “1103” Start address out- The write start address is out of range. of-range error The unit number of an unconnected Sensor is specified as the write start address.

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications 4-5-7 Read Controller Status (MRC = “06”, SRC = “01”) This service reads the operating status and number of Sensors able to com- municate. Command Block The following diagram shows the command text in the CompoWay/F com- mand block.

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications Code Description “13” All Units up to unit number 13 are operating nor- mally. No response from unit number 14 onwards. “14” All Units up to unit number 14 are operating nor- mally. No response from unit number 15 onwards. “15”...

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications 4-5-9 Operation Commands (MRC = “30”, SRC = “05”) This service executes operation commands, such as Teach and Zero Reset commands. Command Command Related code information Adjust Maximum Sensitivity “30” Unit number Teach One Point “31”...

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications Error Completion Response Error name Cause code “1001” Command too long The command is too long. “1002” Command too short The command is too short. “1101” Area type error The command code is wrong. “1103” Start address out- The unit number of an unconnected Sensor is of-range error...

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    Section 4-5 CompoWay/F Message Communications...

  • Page 108: Installation And Dimensions

    SECTION 5 Installation and Dimensions This section describes the procedure used to mount the Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit to DIN Track and provides the dimensions of the Units. Mounting ........... . . 5-1-1 Mounting Procedure .

  • Page 109: Mounting

    Section 5-1 Mounting Mounting Use DIN Track for mounting the Units. Fiber Amplifier Unit Fiber Amplifier Sensor Fiber Communication Unit Sensors DIN Track ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ Connectors Fiber Amplifier Unit Slave Connector Units in ascending order starting from unit 1 on the left side.

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    Cord with 1 wire 2 wires E3X-CN02 E3X-CN12 E3X-CN22 E3X-DRT21 (DeviceNet) E3X-SRT21 (CompoBus/S) Yes E3X-CIF11 (RS-422) Always use the Slave Connectors specified in the above table. Do not use the Slave Connectors listed as not being applicable. DeviceNet or CompoBus/S...

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    Section 5-1 Mounting 3. Connect the Fiber Amplifier Units to the Communication Unit side by side by sliding the Fiber Amplifier Units until the clips on the end and the clips on the Connector are aligned with the Communication Unit and a “click” sound is heard.

  • Page 112: Dimensions

    5-1-3 Precautions for Replacing the Unit The following parameters for the E3X-DRT21 and E3X-CIF11 are stored in the internal memory of the Communication Unit. If parameters have been changed from the default values, be sure to reset the parameters after replac- ing the Unit.

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    Section 5-2 Dimensions E3X-SRT21 34.6 COMM U.ERR Unit: mm (Dotted lines indicate Connector.) E3X-CIF11 34.6 U.ERR Unit: mm (Dotted lines indicate Connector.)

  • Page 114: Errors And Troubleshooting

    Errors and Troubleshooting........6-1-1 Errors in the E3X-DRT21....... . . 6-1-2 Errors in the E3X-SRT21 .

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    Errors and Troubleshooting Errors and Troubleshooting The following tables list the indicator statuses, probable causes, and remedies for errors that may occur in each Communication Unit. 6-1-1 Errors in the E3X-DRT21 Indicator status Probable cause Remedy MS and NS indica- Power is not supplied to the Unit.

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    Section 6-1 Errors and Troubleshooting Indicator status Probable cause Remedy SS indicator lit red. One or more of the connected Sen- Replace the Sensor. sors is faulty. Determine which Sensors are faulty by checking the num- ber of Sensors able to communicate. One or more of the connected Sen- Connect the Sensors correctly.

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    Section 6-1 Errors and Troubleshooting 6-1-2 Errors in the E3X-SRT21 Indicator status Probable cause Remedy PWR indicator not lit. Power is not supplied to the Unit. Supply the communications power to the Unit through the CompoBus/S Communications Connector. The current and voltage are outside Use the current and voltage within the permissible range.

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    Section 6-1 Errors and Troubleshooting 6-1-3 Errors in the E3X-CIF11 Indicator status Probable cause Remedy PWR indicator not lit. Power is not supplied to the Unit. Supply the power to the Unit through the power supply cable. The current and voltage are outside Use the current and voltage within the permissible range.

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    Section 6-1 Errors and Troubleshooting Indicator status Probable cause Remedy SS indicator lit red. One or more of the connected Sen- Replace the Sensors. sors is faulty. Determine which Sensors are faulty by checking the num- ber of Sensors able to communicate. One or more of the connected Sen- Connect the Sensors correctly.

  • Page 120: A Communications Timing

    • With 9 or more Sensors connected: Maximum ON/OFF data input delay time for Unit n = 0.2 ™ n + 1.5 (ms) E3X-DRT21 • With up to 8 Sensors connected: Maximum ON/OFF data input delay time for Unit n = 0.1 ™ n + 2.5 (ms) •...

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    Appendix A Communications Timing Maximum Refresh Cycle of Incident Light Level Data (E3X-DRT21 Only) The following tables list the maximum values for the refresh cycle of incident light level monitoring when the Unit is operating with remote I/O communications in two-word mode with incident light level monitoring (DIP switch pin 1 OFF and pin 2 ON).

  • Page 122: B Monitoring Incident Light Levels Of E3x-da6-p Sensors

    Appendix B Monitoring Incident Light Levels of E3X-DA6-P Sensors When E3X-DA6-P Sensors are used, the incident light levels for Sensor output ON and Sensor output OFF can be monitored along with standard incident light levels. The following table shows the typical values for ON/OFF incident light levels.

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    Appendix B Monitoring Incident Light Levels of E3X-DA6-P Sensors Sensor Output ON Incident Light Level Monitoring This function distinguishes automatically whether the Sensor’s operating mode switch is set to L.ON (light-ON) or D.ON (dark-ON). • For L.ON (light-ON), the peak incident light level for when the Sensor output is ON is indicated as the Sen- sor output ON incident light level monitoring data.

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    Appendix B Monitoring Incident Light Levels of E3X-DA6-P Sensors Sensor Output OFF Light Incident Level Monitoring This function distinguishes whether the Sensor’s operating mode switch is set to L.ON (light-ON) or D.ON (dark-ON). • For L.ON (light-ON), the bottom incident light level for when the Sensor output is OFF is indicated as the Sensor output OFF incident light level monitoring data.

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    Appendix B Monitoring Incident Light Levels of E3X-DA6-P Sensors...

  • Page 126: C Devicenet Connection Settings

    Note To use COS and cyclic connections with the Communication Unit, the DeviceNet master must also sup- port them. Confirm that the master supports COS and cyclic connections before using them. OMRON masters, such as the CS1W-DRM21 and CJ1W-DRM21, support COS and cyclic connections.

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    DeviceNet Connection Settings Changing Connections Using the Configurator When a CS1W-DRM21 is used as the DeviceNet master, the OMRON DeviceNet Configurator (Ver. 2.10 or higher) can be used to change the connections. The procedure is as follows: Step 1: Connecting the Configurator 1.

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    Appendix C DeviceNet Connection Settings 2. ON/OFF Data Bit 15 Bit 14 Bit 13 Bit 12 Bit 11 Bit 10 Bit 9 Bit 8 Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 3.

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    Appendix C DeviceNet Connection Settings 5. ON/OFF Data + Status Data Bit 9 Bit 8 Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 Word ON/OFF data (Same contents as for Group 2) Word Status Data m + 1...

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    Appendix C DeviceNet Connection Settings Step 3: Setting the Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit 1. Set the number of bytes for each connection. 2. Select the Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit to be set from the Configurator screen, and then click the right mouse button.

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    Appendix C DeviceNet Connection Settings Step 4: Setting the DeviceNet Master 1. Select and double-click the DeviceNet master. 2. Register the Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit if it has not been previously registered. 3. Select the Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit and click the Advanced Setting Button. 4.

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    Appendix C DeviceNet Connection Settings Step 6: Master I/O Allocations 1. Select I/O Allocation (IN) to display the following screen. 2. Select and double-click the Fiber Amplifier Sensor Communication Unit to be allocated. 3. The following screen will be displayed. Set the values for each field to allocate I/O. (If memory block 2 is used, click the Setup Button, and set the area.)

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    Appendix C DeviceNet Connection Settings...

  • Page 134: D Devicenet Device Profile

    DeviceNet Device Profile Device Profile General data Compatible DeviceNet specifications Volume I - Release 2.0 Volume II - Release 2.0 Vendor name OMRON Corporation Vendor ID = 47 Device profile name Communication Adapter Profile number = 12 Manufacturer catalog number Manufacturer revision 1.01...

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    Appendix D DeviceNet Device Profile...

  • Page 136: Revision History

    Revision History A manual revision code appears as a suffix to the catalog number on the front cover of the manual. Cat. No. Z152-E1-01 Revision code The following table outlines the changes made to the manual during each revision. Page numbers refer to the previous version.

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    Revision History...

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