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CC-Link IE Field Network
Waterproof/Dustproof Remote I/O Module
User's Manual
-NZ2GF12A4-16D
-NZ2GF12A4-16DE
-NZ2GF12A2-16T
-NZ2GF12A2-16TE
-NZ2GF12A42-16DT
-NZ2GF12A42-16DTE

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  • Page 1 CC-Link IE Field Network Waterproof/Dustproof Remote I/O Module User's Manual -NZ2GF12A4-16D -NZ2GF12A4-16DE -NZ2GF12A2-16T -NZ2GF12A2-16TE -NZ2GF12A42-16DT -NZ2GF12A42-16DTE...
  • Page 3: Copyright

    Electric Corporation. Reproduction of this document or parts of this document is only permissible within the limits of the legal determination of Copyright Law. Alteration or abridgement of the document is not permitted without the explicit written approval of the company Mitsubishi Electric Corporation. PRECAUTIONS REGARDING WARRANTY This product is jointly developed and manufactured with Molex.
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Read these precautions before using this product.) Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals carefully and pay full attention to safety to handle the product correctly. The precautions given in this manual are concerned with this product only. For the safety precautions of the programmable controller system, refer to the user's manual for the CPU module used.
  • Page 5 [Installation Precautions] WARNING ● Shut off the load power supply (all phases) used in the system before mounting or removing a module. Failure to do so may result in electric shock or cause the module to fail or malfunction. [Installation Precautions] CAUTION ●...
  • Page 6 [Wiring Precautions] WARNING ● Shut off the load power supply (all phases) used in the system before wiring. Failure to do so may result in electric shock or cause the module to fail or malfunction. [Wiring Precautions] CAUTION ● Individually ground the FG metal fitting of the programmable controller with a ground resistance of 100 ohms or less.
  • Page 7 [Startup and Maintenance Precautions] WARNING ● Do not touch any connector while power is on. Doing so will cause electric shock or malfunction. ● Shut off the load power supply (all phases) used in the system before cleaning the module or retightening screws or connector screws.
  • Page 8: Conditions Of Use For The Product

    CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT (1) Mitsubishi programmable controller ("the PRODUCT") shall be used in conditions; i) where any problem, fault or failure occurring in the PRODUCT, if any, shall not lead to any major or serious accident; ii) where the backup and fail-safe function are systematically or automatically provided outside of the PRODUCT for the case of any problem, fault or failure occurring in the PRODUCT.
  • Page 9: Introduction

     Relevant products NZ2GF12A4-16D, NZ2GF12A4-16DE, NZ2GF12A2-16T, NZ2GF12A2-16TE, NZ2GF12A42-16DT, NZ2GF12A42-16DTE Unless otherwise specified, this manual describes the program examples in which the remote I/O signals and remote registers are assigned for an I/O combined module as follows.
  • Page 10: Relevant Manuals

    RELEVANT MANUALS CC-Link IE Field Network (relevant) manuals When using the CC-Link IE Field Network for the first time, refer to the CC-Link IE Field Network Master/Local Module User's Manual or Simple Motion Module User's Manual first. The following shows the structure of the CC-Link IE Field Network manuals.
  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS COPYRIGHT ................1 PRECAUTIONS REGARDING WARRANTY .
  • Page 12 CHAPTER 8 FUNCTIONS Error Notification Function..............81 Input OFF Delay Function.
  • Page 13 INDEX REVISIONS ................174 WARRANTY .
  • Page 14: Terms

    TERMS Unless otherwise specified, this manual uses the following terms. Term Description Buffer memory A memory in an intelligent function module, where data (such as setting values and monitoring values) exchanged with a CPU module are stored CC-Link IE Field Network A high-speed and large-capacity open field network that is based on Ethernet (1000BASE-T) Cyclic transmission A function by which data are periodically exchanged among stations on the same network using link devices (RX, RY,...
  • Page 15: Chapter 1 Product Lineup

    Module power Weight Model Reference supply current Positive common type Waterproof connector 300mA 0.72kg NZ2GF12A4-16D Page 20 NZ2GF12A4-16D DC 24VDC, 16 points input module Negative common type Waterproof connector 220mA 0.71kg NZ2GF12A4-16DE Page 23 NZ2GF12A4-16DE 24VDC, 16 points DC input module Output module ■Transistor output module...
  • Page 16: Recommended Connector List

    Recommended Connector List The following table lists applicable waterproof connectors.  of a model name indicates a numerical value representing the length of each cable. For details on applicable waterproof connectors, refer to the website of each manufacturer. For power supply The following table lists applicable waterproof connectors for power supply.
  • Page 17  IE-PS-M12X-P-AWG22/27FH Weidmueller Interface GmbH 8 pins & Co. KG Male   Cable only SC-E5EW-M Mitsubishi Electric System & Service Co., Ltd. Waterproof cap The following table lists applicable waterproof caps. Type Model Connection cable Manufacturer diameter Connector Cable ...
  • Page 18: Chapter 2 Part Names

    PART NAMES Part names of an I/O module This section describes part names of the I/O module. Name Application FG metal fitting Metal fitting for connecting FG For the tightening torque of screws for the FG metal fitting, refer to the following. Page 68 Fixing the I/O module Power supply connectors Connectors for the module-and-sensor power supply (24VDC) and load power supply (24VDC)
  • Page 19 Green: The load power supply has no voltage error. Red: The load power supply has a voltage error. Off: The load power supply is off or has a voltage error. The NZ2GF12A4-16D and NZ2GF12A4-16DE have no L PW LED. I/O LED Indicates the on/off state of I/Os.
  • Page 20 Name Description D LINK LED Indicates the data link status of the I/O module. On: Data link in operation (cyclic transmission in progress) Flashing: Data link in operation (cyclic transmission stopped) Off: Data link not performed L ER LED Indicates the status of each port. On: Module received abnormal data, or module performing loopback Off: Module received normal data, or module not performing loopback LINK LED...
  • Page 21: Chapter 3 Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS This chapter describes the specifications of the I/O module. General Specifications Item Specifications Operating ambient 0 to 55 temperature Storage ambient -25 to 75 temperature Operating ambient Conforming to IP67 humidity Storage ambient 5 to 95%RH, non-condensing humidity Vibration resistance Compliant with JIS Frequency Constant...
  • Page 22: I/o Module Specifications

    I/O Module Specifications Input module NZ2GF12A4-16D DC input module Item NZ2GF12A4-16D Station type Remote device station Number of input points 16 points Rated input voltage 24VDC (ripple rate: 5% or less) (Allowable voltage range: 20.4 to 28.8VDC) Rated input current 7mA TYP.
  • Page 23 External connection Connector for power supply POWER Pin No. Signal name Non-insulated UNIT POWER CABLE(IN) Power supply for +24V(UNIT) module and sensor 24G(UNIT) +24V(LOAD) Load power supply 24G(LOAD) I/O POWER CABLE(IN) POWER Pin No. Signal name UNIT POWER CABLE(OUT) +24V(UNIT) 24G(UNIT) +24V(LOAD) 24G(LOAD)
  • Page 24 I/O connectors Pin number Signal name Pin number Signal name +24V (UNIT) +24V (UNIT) 24G (UNIT) 24G (UNIT) +24V (UNIT) +24V (UNIT) 24G (UNIT) 24G (UNIT) +24V (UNIT) +24V (UNIT) 24G (UNIT) 24G (UNIT) +24V (UNIT) +24V (UNIT) 24G (UNIT) 24G (UNIT) 3 SPECIFICATIONS 3.2 I/O Module Specifications...
  • Page 25 NZ2GF12A4-16DE DC input module Item NZ2GF12A4-16DE Station type Remote device station Number of input points 16 points Rated input voltage 24VDC (ripple rate: 5% or less) (Allowable voltage range: 20.4 to 28.8VDC) Rated input current 7mA TYP. (for 24VDC) Isolation method Non-isolation Max.
  • Page 26 External connection Connector for power supply POWER Pin No. Signal name Non-insulated UNIT POWER CABLE(IN) Power supply for +24V(UNIT) module and sensor 24G(UNIT) +24V(LOAD) Load power supply 24G(LOAD) I/O POWER CABLE(IN) POWER Pin No. Signal name UNIT POWER CABLE(OUT) +24V(UNIT) 24G(UNIT) +24V(LOAD) 24G(LOAD)
  • Page 27 I/O connectors Pin number Signal name Pin number Signal name +24V (UNIT) +24V (UNIT) 24G (UNIT) 24G (UNIT) +24V (UNIT) +24V (UNIT) 24G (UNIT) 24G (UNIT) +24V (UNIT) +24V (UNIT) 24G (UNIT) 24G (UNIT) +24V (UNIT) +24V (UNIT) 24G (UNIT) 24G (UNIT) 3 SPECIFICATIONS 3.2 I/O Module Specifications...
  • Page 28: Output Module

    Output module NZ2GF12A2-16T transistor output module Item NZ2GF12A2-16T Station type Remote device station Number of output points 16 points Rated load voltage 12/24VDC (ripple rate: 5% or less) (Allowable voltage range: 10.2 to 28.8VDC) Max. load current 2A/point, 8A/common Isolation method Digital isolator isolation Max.
  • Page 29 External connection Connector for power supply POWER Pin No. Signal name Non-insulated UNIT POWER CABLE(IN) Power supply for +24V(UNIT) module and sensor 24G(UNIT) +24V(LOAD) Load power supply 24G(LOAD) I/O POWER CABLE(IN) POWER Pin No. Signal name UNIT POWER CABLE(OUT) +24V(UNIT) 24G(UNIT) Non-insulated +24V(LOAD)
  • Page 30 I/O connectors Pin number Signal name Pin number Signal name +24V (LOAD) +24V (LOAD) Empty Empty +24V (LOAD) +24V (LOAD) Empty Empty +24V (LOAD) +24V (LOAD) Empty Empty +24V (LOAD) +24V (LOAD) Empty Empty 3 SPECIFICATIONS 3.2 I/O Module Specifications...
  • Page 31 Derating chart (35, 8) (55,4) (35, 2) (55,1) 50 55 X: Ambient temperature () Y: Output current (A) ●: Output current per point : Output current per common 3 SPECIFICATIONS 3.2 I/O Module Specifications...
  • Page 32 NZ2GF12A2-16TE transistor output module Item NZ2GF12A2-16TE Station type Remote device station Number of output points 16 points Rated load voltage 12/24VDC (ripple rate: 5% or less) (Allowable voltage range: 10.2 to 28.8VDC) Max. load current 2A/point, 8A/common Isolation method Digital isolator isolation Max.
  • Page 33 External connection Connector for power supply POWER Pin No. Signal name Non-insulated UNIT POWER CABLE(IN) Power supply for +24V(UNIT) module and sensor 24G(UNIT) +24V(LOAD) Load power supply 24G(LOAD) I/O POWER CABLE(IN) POWER Pin No. Signal name UNIT POWER CABLE(OUT) +24V(UNIT) 24G(UNIT) Non-insulated +24V(LOAD)
  • Page 34 I/O connectors Pin number Signal name Pin number Signal name Empty Empty 24G (LOAD) 24G (LOAD) Empty Empty 24G (LOAD) 24G (LOAD) Empty Empty 24G (LOAD) 24G (LOAD) Empty Empty 24G (LOAD) 24G (LOAD) 3 SPECIFICATIONS 3.2 I/O Module Specifications...
  • Page 35 Derating chart (35, 8) (55,4) (35, 2) (55,1) 50 55 X: Ambient temperature () Y: Output current (A) ●: Output current per point : Output current per common 3 SPECIFICATIONS 3.2 I/O Module Specifications...
  • Page 36: I/o Combined Module

    I/O combined module NZ2GF12A42-16DT DC input transistor output module Item NZ2GF12A42-16DT Input specifications Output specifications Station type Remote device station  Number of input points 8 points Rated input voltage 24VDC (ripple rate: 5% or less) (Allowable voltage range: 20.4 to 28.8VDC) Rated input current 7mA TYP.
  • Page 37 *1 For how to calculate the processing time of the remote device station (input), refer to the point in the following. Page 20 NZ2GF12A4-16D DC input module *2 For how to calculate the processing time of the remote device station (output), refer to the point in the following.
  • Page 38 External connection Connector for power supply POWER Pin No. Signal name Non-insulated UNIT POWER CABLE(IN) Power supply for +24V(UNIT) module and sensor 24G(UNIT) +24V(LOAD) Load power supply 24G(LOAD) I/O POWER CABLE(IN) POWER Pin No. Signal name UNIT POWER CABLE(OUT) +24V(UNIT) 24G(UNIT) Non-insulated +24V(LOAD)
  • Page 39 I/O connectors Pin number Signal name Pin number Signal name +24V (UNIT) +24V (LOAD) 24G (UNIT) Empty +24V (UNIT) +24V (LOAD) 24G (UNIT) Empty +24V (UNIT) +24V (LOAD) 24G (UNIT) Empty +24V (UNIT) +24V (LOAD) 24G (UNIT) Empty 3 SPECIFICATIONS 3.2 I/O Module Specifications...
  • Page 40 Derating chart (35, 8) (55,4) (35, 2) (55,1) 50 55 X: Ambient temperature () Y: Output current (A) ●: Output current per point : Output current per common 3 SPECIFICATIONS 3.2 I/O Module Specifications...
  • Page 41 NZ2GF12A42-16DTE DC input transistor output module Item NZ2GF12A42-16DTE Input specifications Output specifications Station type Remote device station  Number of input points 8 points Rated input voltage 24VDC (ripple rate: 5% or less) (Allowable voltage range: 20.4 to 28.8VDC) Rated input current 7mA TYP.
  • Page 42 *1 For how to calculate the processing time of the remote device station (input), refer to the point in the following. Page 20 NZ2GF12A4-16D DC input module *2 For how to calculate the processing time of the remote device station (output), refer to the point in the following.
  • Page 43 External connection Connector for power supply POWER Pin No. Signal name Non-insulated UNIT POWER CABLE(IN) Power supply for +24V(UNIT) module and sensor 24G(UNIT) +24V(LOAD) Load power supply 24G(LOAD) I/O POWER CABLE(IN) POWER Pin No. Signal name UNIT POWER CABLE(OUT) +24V(UNIT) 24G(UNIT) Non-insulated +24V(LOAD)
  • Page 44 I/O connectors Pin number Signal name Pin number Signal name +24V (UNIT) Empty 24G (UNIT) 24G (LOAD) +24V (UNIT) Empty 24G (UNIT) 24G (LOAD) +24V (UNIT) Empty 24G (UNIT) 24G (LOAD) +24V (UNIT) Empty 24G (UNIT) 24G (LOAD) 3 SPECIFICATIONS 3.2 I/O Module Specifications...
  • Page 45 Derating chart (35, 8) (55,4) (35, 2) (55,1) 50 55 X: Ambient temperature () Y: Output current (A) ●: Output current per point : Output current per common 3 SPECIFICATIONS 3.2 I/O Module Specifications...
  • Page 46: Function List

    Function List This section lists the functions of I/O modules. : Available, : Not available Item Description Availability Reference Input module Output module I/O combined module    Error notification When an error or warning occurs, the Page 81 Error function I/O module notifies the master station Notification Function...
  • Page 47 Item Description Availability Reference Input module Output module I/O combined module    CC-Link IE Field This function allows the presence or Page 100 CC-Link IE Network diagnostic absence of a network error to be Field Network function checked by accessing the engineering Diagnostic Function tool connected to the CPU module.
  • Page 48: List Of Remote I/o Signals

    List of Remote I/O Signals This section lists I/O signals for a master/local module. The following shows an assignment example of I/O signals with the remote I/O signals of the I/O module assigned to the I/O numbers of RX0 to RXF and RY0 to RYF. Remote input (RX) indicates the input signal from the I/O module to the master/local module.
  • Page 49 Output module The remote I/O signals of the output module are assigned as shown below. Remote input Remote output Signal direction: Output module  Master/local module Signal direction: Master/local module  Output module Device number Description Device number Description Use prohibited External output signal Y0 External output signal Y1 External output signal Y2...
  • Page 50: List Of Remote Register

    List of Remote Register This section lists remote registers for a master/local module. The following shows an assignment example of remote registers with the remote registers of the I/O module assigned to the remote registers of RWr0 to RWrB and RWw0 to RWwB. The remote registers are assigned in station-based units.
  • Page 51 Output module Remote register (RWr) Remote register (RWw) Signal direction: Output module  Master/local module Signal direction: Master/local module  Output module Device Name Device Name number number RWr0 Module status area RWw0 Module operation area RWr1 Error code RWw1 Use prohibited RWr2 Warning code...
  • Page 52: List Of Remote Buffer Memory

    List of Remote Buffer Memory This section lists the remote buffer memory areas of the I/O module. The remote buffer memory areas of the I/O module are assigned as shown below. Description of a remote buffer memory area ■I/O response time setting (address: 0000H) The following shows the description of I/O response time setting (address: 0000H) as an example.
  • Page 53 • Do not access the system area using the REMFR or REMTO instruction. Doing so may lead the module to malfunction. • Do not use the dedicated instruction of the REMFR and REMTO instructions to the areas later than the above areas.
  • Page 54 ■Input module R: Can be read from a program, W: Can be written to a program Type Address Input module Decimal Hexadecimal Name Default value Read/Write Station-based parameter 0000H Input response time setting 0005H data   0001H System area 0002H System area ...
  • Page 55 ■Output module R: Can be read from a program, W: Can be written to a program Type Address Output module Decimal Hexadecimal Name Default value Read/Write Station-based parameter 0000H System area   data 0001H Output HOLD/CLEAR setting 0000H 0002H Cyclic data update watch time setting 0000H ...
  • Page 56 ■I/O combined module R: Can be read from a program, W: Can be written to a program Type Address I/O module Decimal Hexadecimal Name Default value Read/Write Station-based parameter 0000H Input response time setting 0005H data 0001H Output HOLD/CLEAR setting 0000H 0002H Cyclic data update watch time setting...
  • Page 57 Monitoring area (address: 0500H to 09FFH) ■Input module R: Can be read from a program, W: Can be written to a program Type Address Input module Decimal Hexadecimal Name Read/Write Station-based monitor data 1280 to 1535 0500H to 05FFH System area ...
  • Page 58 Default values are not determined in the monitoring area. ■I/O combined module R: Can be read from a program, W: Can be written to a program Type Address I/O combined module Decimal Hexadecimal Name Read/Write  Station-based monitor data 1280 to 1535 0500H to 05FFH System area ...
  • Page 59 Error history area (address: 0A00H to 0FFFH) ■Common to input modules, output modules, and I/O combined modules R: Can be read from a program, W: Can be written to a program Address Common to input modules, output modules, and I/O combined modules Decimal Hexadecimal Name...
  • Page 60 Module control data area (address: 1000H to 14FFH) ■Input module R: Can be read from a program, W: Can be written to a program Type Address Input module Decimal Hexadecimal Name Default value Read/Write Station-based control data 4096 1000H Error history clear command 0000H 4097 1001H...
  • Page 61 ■I/O combined module R: Can be read from a program, W: Can be written to a program Type Address I/O combined module Decimal Hexadecimal Name Default value Read/Write Station-based control data 4096 1000H Error history clear command 0000H 4097 1001H Error history clear completed 0000H 4098...
  • Page 62: Chapter 4 Procedures Before Operation

    PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION This chapter describes the procedures before operation. Station number setting Set the station number of the I/O module with the station number setting switch. Page 64 Station number setting with the station number setting switch Wiring Wire a power supply, an Ethernet cable, and an external device to the I/O module. Page 68 Wiring the Power Supply Page 69 Wiring of Ethernet Cable Parameter setting and programming...
  • Page 63 MEMO 4 PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION...
  • Page 64: Chapter 5 System Configuration

    SYSTEM CONFIGURATION This chapter describes system configuration using an I/O module. For CC-Link IE Field Network configuration, refer to the following.  User's manual for the master/local module used Applicable Systems Applicable master station When using an I/O module, use the following products as a master station. Model First five digits of serial number RJ71GF11-T2...
  • Page 65 MEMO 5 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 5.1 Applicable Systems...
  • Page 66: Chapter 6 Installation And Wiring

    INSTALLATION AND WIRING This chapter describes the installation and wiring of the I/O module. Setting Switch Station number setting with the station number setting switch Setting procedure Set a station number with the station number setting switch on the front of the module. The setting value of the station number becomes valid when the module is powered on.
  • Page 67 To set the station to 115, set the switch as shown below. Setting range Set the station number from 1 to 120. Setting the value other than 1 to 120 causes a communication error and the D LINK LED flashes. •...
  • Page 68: Installation Environment And Installation Position

    Installation Environment and Installation Position Installation environment Installation location Do not install the I/O module to the place where: • Ambient temperature is outside the range of 0 to 55; • IP67 is not satisfied; • Condensation occurs due to rapid temperature change; •...
  • Page 69: Installation Position

    Installation position When installing the I/O module, provide a clearance of 50mm or longer between the module and the sides of neighboring structures or parts for the following reasons. • To ensure good ventilation • To avoid interference • To avoid stress on waterproof connectors To insert or remove a communication connector, provide a clearance sufficient to use a screwdriver.
  • Page 70: Installation

    Installation Fixing the I/O module When fixing the I/O module, tighten all of four screws. Otherwise, the module will be greatly affected by vibration, causing failure of the module. When installing the module, tighten screws within the following torque range. Screw type Tightening torque range Module mounting screw (M4 screw)
  • Page 71: Wiring Of Ethernet Cable

    Wiring of Ethernet Cable Connecting the Ethernet cable ■Connecting Power off the power supplies of the I/O module and the external device. Insert an Ethernet cable connector into the I/O module. Pay attention to the connector's direction. Tighten the screw of the Ethernet cable. Power on the module.
  • Page 72 • PORT1 and PORT2 need not to be distinguished. When only one connector is used in star topology, either PORT1 or PORT2 can be connected. • When two connectors are used in line topology or ring topology, an Ethernet cable can be connected to the connectors in any combination.
  • Page 73: Attaching Waterproof Caps

    ■Disconnecting Power off the module. Loosen the screw of the Ethernet cable and remove the Ethernet cable. Precautions ■Laying Ethernet cables • Place the Ethernet cable in a duct or clamp them. If not, dangling cable may swing or inadvertently be pulled, resulting in damage to the module or cables or malfunction due to poor contact.
  • Page 74: Chapter 7 Various Settings

    VARIOUS SETTINGS This chapter describes the setting procedures of the I/O module. Details are described using GX Works2. Parameter Setting Set the parameter of this module with the network parameter written to the CPU module of the master station. For the setting procedure of the master station, refer to the following.
  • Page 75 Operation procedure Open the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. For the master/local module QJ71GF11-T2 Project window  [Parameter]  [Network Parameter]  [Ethernet/CC IE/MELSECNET]  [CC IE Field Configuration Setting] button Select the I/O module in "List of stations" on the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. (1) List of stations The points of "RWw/RWr Setting"...
  • Page 76 Double-click the item to change the setting, and input the setting value. • Items to input from the pull-down list Double-click the item to set, to display the pull-down list. Select the item. • Items to input from the text box Double-click the item to set, and input the setting value.
  • Page 77 Module type Setting item Reference Output module Output HOLD/CLEAR setting Page 87 Output HOLD/ CLEAR Setting Function Cyclic data update watch time setting Page 88 Cyclic Data Update Watch Function Initial operation setting Page 98 Initial Operation Setting Function Number of ON times integration function Number of ON times integration function enable Y0 Page 89 Number of ON enable...
  • Page 78 Click the [Execute] button and the following window is displayed. Click the [Yes] button. The parameter is written to the I/O module. • Set all the items for the parameter. If any blank exists, the parameter cannot be written to the I/O module. •...
  • Page 79: Changing The Parameter

    Changing the Parameter This section describes the procedure for changing the parameter. The precautions for changing the parameter are the same as those in the following section. Page 72 Precautions Changing the network configuration When changing the network configuration diverting the created project, set the parameter in the following procedure. Power off the module.
  • Page 80 Set the refresh parameter. Change the value as necessary. Write the set parameter to the CPU module of the master station and reset the CPU module. Change the status of the CPU module of the master station to RUN. The network configuration setting is now completed. 7 VARIOUS SETTINGS 7.2 Changing the Parameter...
  • Page 81: Changing The Parameter Without Changing The Network Configuration

    Changing the parameter without changing the network configuration To change only the created module parameter of the slave station without changing the network configuration, set the parameter in the following procedure. Open the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. For the master/local module QJ71GF11-T2 Project window ...
  • Page 82 The parameter is read from the I/O module. Set "Method selection" to "Parameter write". Set "Write Value". The following are the procedure. • Click the title cell of "Read Value" to select all the items and copy them. • Click the title cell of "Write Value" to select all the items and paste the copy. •...
  • Page 83: Chapter 8 Functions

    FUNCTIONS This chapter describes the details of the functions available in the I/O module, and the setting procedures for those functions. For details on remote I/O signals, remote registers, and remote buffer memory, refer to the following. Page 143 Details of Remote I/O Signals Page 144 Details of Remote Registers Page 154 Details of Remote Buffer Memory Addresses Error Notification Function...
  • Page 84 Notification of a warning The I/O module notifies the master station of a warning in the following method. Item Description Reference Warning status flag (RWr0.b12) Turns on when a minor error occurs. Page 148 Warning status flag (RWr0.b12) Warning code (RWr2) The error code is stored when a minor error occurs.
  • Page 85 Method for clearing an error by executing the command of the slave station The following shows how to clear an error by executing the command of the slave station. Select the I/O module in "List of stations" on the "CC IE Field Configuration"...
  • Page 86: Input Off Delay Function

    Input OFF Delay Function This function turns off an X signal after a predetermined time passed from when an actual input becomes off from on. With the input OFF delay function, even an input whose ON time is extremely short can be surely recognized on a program. When an external input device is replaced with a sensitive one, users can use their previous program by only adjusting the delay time.
  • Page 87 Setting procedure Set "Method selection" to "Parameter write". "CC IE Field Configuration" window  Select an I/O module in "List of stations".  [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Slave Station] Set a delay time for "Input OFF delay setting X". Setting item Setting range Input OFF delay setting X...
  • Page 88: Input Response Time Setting Function

    Input Response Time Setting Function This function prevents an incorrect input due to noise by setting the response time until the module recognizes an actual input as the X signal. The input response time can be set from the module parameter setting window of the engineering tool or the program. Setting procedure Set "Method selection"...
  • Page 89: Output Hold/clear Setting Function

    Output HOLD/CLEAR Setting Function When the I/O module is disconnected from data link, or the CPU module operating status is STOP, whether to hold or clear the last output value can be set. Set whether to hold or clear the values for all the output points of the module in a batch from the module parameter setting window of the engineering tool or the program.
  • Page 90: Cyclic Data Update Watch Function

    Cyclic Data Update Watch Function The update intervals of cyclic data are monitored. The last output value is held or cleared when the cyclic transmission stop status continues longer than the set monitoring time. The cyclic transmission stop status is the status that the D LINK LED is flashing (Data link in operation (cyclic transmission stopped)) or off (Data link not performed (disconnected)).
  • Page 91: Number Of On Times Integration Function

    Number of ON Times Integration Function The number of ON times of each output point is counted within the range of 0 to 2147483647. The integration value remains even though the output module is powered off. Whether to enable or disable the function can be set for each output point from the module parameter setting window of the engineering tool or the program.
  • Page 92 Setting procedure Set "Method selection" to "Parameter write". "CC IE Field Configuration" window  Select an I/O module in "List of stations".  [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Online]  [Parameter Processing of Slave Station] Set whether to enable or disable the number of ON times integration function in "Number of ON times integration function enable".
  • Page 93: Output On/off Information Hold Function

    Output ON/OFF Information Hold Function This function checks if the output has been turned once on or off. Output ON information Output ON information is stored in Output Y ON information (RWr7). Whether the output has been turned on or not can be checked with Output Y ON information (RWr7). Output Y ON information (RWr7) can be cleared using Output Y ON information clear request (RWw7).
  • Page 94: Power Supply Monitoring Function

    Power Supply Monitoring Function This function monitors the voltage status of each of the module-and-sensor power supply and load power supply and notifies users of the status with the PW LED and L PW LED. By using Power supply monitor request flag (RWw3.b0), a moderate error is generated when the power supply is off. Thus, the on/off state of the power supply is notified and the output module can be stopped.
  • Page 95: Short-circuit Detection Function

    • The corresponding bit of Input X port status (RWr4) turns on. When a short circuit is detected in the port for X0 and X1 inputs of the NZ2GF12A4-16D with a 4-wire sensor connected 4-wire sensor NZ2GF12A4-16D(X0, X1 input port)
  • Page 96 Short-circuit detection per output channel A short circuit of an output signal is detected in each of output channels. ■Operation overview A short circuit is detected when the output current of an output signal exceeds the judgment value. ■Judgment value for short-circuit detection An output current is 6.5A or more (judged by each output signal).
  • Page 97: Fast Logic Function

    8.10 Fast Logic Function This function controls outputs according to the input status inside the I/O combined module without communications with the master station. High-speed output control can be performed with this function. Set whether to enable or disable the function for each output point from the module parameter setting window of the engineering tool or the program.
  • Page 98 Setting the fast logic function In the fast logic setting, the combination of input signal A and B, and their output conditions for each output signal is fixed. When the input OFF delay function is used, a fast logic output is executed using the X signal for which the input OFF delay process has been executed.
  • Page 99 Response time with the fast logic function The following determines the total response time of the fast logic function from input to output. Input response time + Response time of the fast logic function + Output response time Input response time, output response time: Refer to the following. Page 20 I/O Module Specifications Response time of the fast logic function: •...
  • Page 100: Initial Operation Setting Function

    8.11 Initial Operation Setting Function This function sets whether the initial processing using the program is necessary or not when the data link is established. The function enables the I/O module to operate (enabling the update of external I/O) with the program for initial processing not being set.
  • Page 101 ■When "1: Without initial processing" is set • When the data link is established, Remote READY (RWr0.b11) turns on. • At the data link establishment, the external I/O function of the I/O module becomes enabled. Controlled by the I/O module Controlled by the program Remote READY (RWr0.b11) Program...
  • Page 102: Protection Function

    8.12 Protection Function The I/O module has the following protection functions. : Available, : Not available Protection function Input module Output module I/O combined module    Overload protection function    Overheat protection function    Power supply overvoltage protection function The protection functions do not protect external devices but protect the internal circuit of the module.
  • Page 103 Start CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics from the menu of GX Works2. [Diagnostics]  [CC IE Field Diagnostics] Ò Ô Ó Õ Ö Item to be diagnosed Description Reference  Display of network configuration The status of the CC-Link IE Field Network can be checked. User's manual for the master/ diagram and error status When an error or warning for the I/O module occurs, the status of the station...
  • Page 104 ■Remote operation Select a slave station to be reset and click the [Remote Operation] button. Clicking the [Yes] button on the following window starts the remote reset. Click the [OK] button on the following window. 8 FUNCTIONS 8.13 CC-Link IE Field Network Diagnostic Function...
  • Page 105: Chapter 9 Programming

    PROGRAMMING This chapter describes the programming of the I/O module. Precautions for Programming This section describes precautions to create CC-Link IE Field Network programs. Cyclic transmission program For a cyclic transmission program, interlock with the following link special relay (SB) and link special register (SW). •...
  • Page 106: Procedure For Programming

    Procedure for Programming Create a program to execute each function of the I/O module, according to the following procedure. Parameter setting Page 72 Parameter Setting Creating an auxiliary program (error reset program) *1 A program added depending on control details (Create the program as necessary.) Program Example System configuration NG2GF12A42-16DT...
  • Page 107 ■Assignment of link devices Master station (Station No.0) Remote device station (Station No.1) CPU module Master module I/O combined module Device X Remote input RX Remote input RX X1000 to X1007 RX0 to RX7 RX0 to RX7 Input signal X1008 to X100F RX8 to RXF RX8 to RXF Use prohibited Device Y...
  • Page 108 Programming condition When X0 of the I/O combined module turns on, Y8 is turned on. The number of ON times of the I/O combined module is read. When an error or a warning occurs, an output module (QY10) outputs a digital signal. Initial setting description The following table lists the initial settings of the I/O combined module.
  • Page 109 Setting procedure Connect GX Works2 to the master station to configure the setting. Create a project on GX Works2. For "Series", select "QCPU (Q mode)" and for "Type", select "Q10UDH". [Project]  [New...] Display the network parameter setting window and configure the setting as follows. Project window ...
  • Page 110 Close the "CC IE Field Configuration" window. [CC IE Field Configuration]  [Close with Reflecting the Setting] Display the refresh parameter setting window and configure the setting as follows. [Refresh Parameters] button Write the set parameter to the CPU module of the master station and reset the CPU module, or turn off and on the power supply.
  • Page 111 Set "Write Value". The following are the procedure. • Click the title cell of "Initial Value" to select all the items and copy them. • Click the title cell of "Write Value" to select all the items and paste the copy. •...
  • Page 112 Program example Create the following program with GX Works2. Check the data link status (station No.1) (I/O module). Turn on Y8 by turning on X0 of the I/O combined module. Store Latest error code in D100. Store Latest warning code in D101. Turn on Y30 when an error occurs.
  • Page 113: Program Example For The Number Of On Times Integration Function

    Program Example for the Number of ON Times Integration Function This section describes the program examples for checking and clearing the number of ON times when the number of ON times integration function is used. Program example for checking the number of ON times For the program for checking the number of ON times, refer to the following.
  • Page 114 Initial setting description The following table lists the initial settings of the I/O combined module. Item Description Input response time setting 1.0ms Output HOLD/CLEAR setting CLEAR Cyclic data update watch time setting 200ms Initial operation setting Without initial processing Input OFF delay setting X0 to X7 Number of ON times integration function enable Y8 to YF Enable Fast logic setting Y8 to YB...
  • Page 115 Program example Create the following program with GX Works2. Number of ON times clear command Number of ON times integration value clear command Y8 (address: 1100H.b0): Commanded (1) Clear the number of ON times. Check Number of ON times integration value clear completed Y8 (address: 1101H.b0).
  • Page 116: Program Example For The Fast Logic Function

    Program Example for the Fast Logic Function This section describes the program examples for when the fast logic function is used. Turning off the module power supply changes the value in Fast logic setting Y (address: 0120H to 0127H) to the default value (Disable (0)).
  • Page 117 Initial setting description The following table lists the initial settings of the I/O combined module. Item Description Input response time setting 1.0ms Output HOLD/CLEAR setting CLEAR Cyclic data update watch time setting 200ms Initial operation setting With initial processing Input OFF delay setting X0 to X7 Number of ON times integration function enable Y8 to YF Enable Fast logic setting Y8 to YB...
  • Page 118 Program example Create the following program with GX Works2. Input response time setting (address: 0000H): 1.0ms (2H) Output HOLD/CLEAR setting (address: 0001H): CLEAR (0H) Cyclic data update watch time setting (address: 0002H): 200ms Fast logic setting Y8 (0120H, 0121H): Enable (8000H) Fast logic setting Y9 (0122H, 0123H): Enable (8000H) Write the station-based parameter.
  • Page 119: Program Example For Checking The Fast Logic Enable Or Disable Status

    Program example for checking the fast logic enable or disable status This section describes the program for reading the fast logic enable status. When the parameter setting of the fast logic function is completed and Remote READY (RWr0.b11) is on, the fast logic enable status can be read.
  • Page 120 Program example Create the following program with GX Works2. Fast logic enable status read flag Read Fast logic enable status (address: 0602H). Write the program to the CPU module of the master station, and reset the CPU module, or turn off and on the power supply.
  • Page 121: Chapter 10 Maintenance And Inspection

    MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION The I/O module has no special item to be inspected. However, to maintain the best condition of the system, perform the inspection in accordance with the items described in the user's manual of the CPU module used. 10 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION...
  • Page 122 MEMO 10 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION...
  • Page 123: Chapter 11 Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter describes error contents that may occur while the I/O module is used and those troubleshooting. Details are described using GX Works2. 11.1 Checking for the Error Codes and the Warning Codes Error codes can be checked by any of the following methods: Page 121 Checking by executing a command of the slave station Page 123 Checking by Error code (RWr1) Warning codes can be checked by any of the following methods:...
  • Page 124 In the window that appears (shown left), click the [Yes] button. In the window that appears (shown left), click the [OK] button. The error history of the I/O module is displayed in "Execution Result". Item Contents Error and Solution The action for the error is displayed. Order of generation The order of error occurrence is displayed.
  • Page 125 • The error history registers 15 errors at a maximum. If 16 or more errors occur, errors are deleted from the oldest. • If the same error occurs continuously, only the error that occurred first is stored to the error history. •...
  • Page 126: Error Code List

    11.2 Error Code List This section describes error codes. Error codes are classified by error number as follows. Error code Classification Reference 0000H to 3FFFH I/O module error Page 124 Error code list (0000H to 3FFFH, D529H, D52BH D529H, D52BH) D000H to DFFFH CC-Link IE Field Network error Page 127 Error code list (D000H to DFFFH...
  • Page 127 Error code Classification Error name Description and Action (hexadecimal) cause 0101H Moderate error Non-volatile memory The module working • Set Not commanded (0), Commanded (1), and Not error (module working information stored in the commanded (0) in Module operation information initialization information) non-volatile memory are command (address: 1004H) and set the parameters of the...
  • Page 128 Error code Classification Error name Description and Action (hexadecimal) cause D529H Major error Communication error 1 A hardware error has • A malfunction may have occurred due to noise or others. occurred in the Check the cable distance or grounding condition of each communication LSI.
  • Page 129 Error code list (D000H to DFFFH (D529H and D52BH excluded)) When an error occurs, the ERR. LED does not turn on. The D LINK LED flashes or turns off. Troubleshoot the problem with the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics. Error code Classification Error name Description and...
  • Page 130: Checking The Leds

    11.3 Checking the LEDs This section describes how to troubleshoot the system by the LEDs. When the PW LED is on in red Check item Action Is the voltage of the module-and-sensor power supply (24VDC) within Set the voltage value within the range of performance specifications. the specified range? Is the operating ambient temperature within the specified range? Set the operating ambient temperature within the range of performance specifications.
  • Page 131 When the RUN LED does not turn on Check item Action Does the voltage of the module power supplied externally reach to the Check that module power supply voltage is within the range of performance voltage of the specifications? specifications. (Page 20 I/O Module Specifications) After the check, power off and on the module.
  • Page 132 When the L ER LED turns on Check item Action Are Ethernet cables normal? • Check that 1000BASE-T-compliant Ethernet cables are used. ( User's manual for the master/local module used) • Check that the station-to-station distance is 100m or less. •...
  • Page 133: Unit Test

    11.4 Unit Test Run a unit test to check if there is any error in the I/O module. Power off the module. Connect the PORT1 and PORT2 connectors of the I/O module with an Ethernet cable. Set the station number setting switch as follows. •...
  • Page 134: Troubleshooting For Each Phenomenon

    11.5 Troubleshooting for Each Phenomenon This section describes troubleshooting for each phenomenon. Perform troubleshooting for each phenomenon when the I/O module does not operate properly with no error. If an error occurs in the I/O module, identify the cause of the error using the engineering tool. Check the following items in the order from the top.
  • Page 135 When the ON/OFF status of an external output cannot be changed Check item Action Is the L PW LED on? Take corrective action according to the following. Page 128 When the L PW LED does not turn on Does the corresponding I/O LED of the output If the LED turns on, there is a problem on the output wiring.
  • Page 136: Examples Of Troubles With The I/o Module

    11.6 Examples of Troubles with the I/O Module Troubleshooting for input circuit This section describes the troubleshooting for input circuit. An input signal does not turn off No.1 ■Cause Drive by a switch with LED indicator DC input (sink) Leakage current Input module ■Action Connect an appropriate resistor as shown below so that a current through the input module may become lower than the OFF...
  • Page 137 ■Calculation example When a module-and-sensor power supply (24VDC) of the input module is on and a switch with LED indicator that has a leakage current of 3mA at a maximum is connected Leakage current 3mA Input module 24VDC The OFF current through the input module is not 1.7mA or less. Therefore, connect a resistor as shown below. Iz = 1.7mA = 1.3mA Resistor...
  • Page 138 An input signal does not turn off No.2 ■Cause By using two power supplies, a sneak path is configured. DC input Input module E1 > E2 ■Action • Use one power supply. • To prevent the sneak path, connect a diode as shown below. DC input Input module A signal incorrectly inputs data...
  • Page 139: Troubleshooting For Output Circuit

    Troubleshooting for output circuit This section describes the troubleshooting for output circuit. A load momentarily turns on when the load power supply is powered on ■Cause An incorrect output occurs due to the stray capacitance (C) between collector and emitter of a photocoupler. (When a high sensitivity load (such as a solid state relay) is used, this incorrect output may occur.) Output module Photocoupler...
  • Page 140 ■Action Before powering on or off the load power supply, check that the time taken to power on the load power supply itself is 10ms or more. Then, install a switch (SW1) to the primary side of the load power supply. Primary side Secondary side Load power supply...
  • Page 141 A load momentarily turns on from off when the system is powered off ■Cause When an inductive load is connected, [2] Load may turn on from off due to a diversion of back electromotive force at [1] Shutoff. Output module + Back electromotive force - [3] Sink output Load...
  • Page 142 ■Action Take one of two actions shown below. • To suppress the back electromotive force, connect a diode parallel to the load where the back electromotive force has been generated. Sink output Source output - Back electromotive force + + Back electromotive force - Load Load •...
  • Page 143 When an LED is connected as a load, the LED lights dimly with the output module off ■Case The load is operated by leakage current when the output module is off. Output module Countermeasure Sink output 24VDC COM- ■Action Connect a resistor of 5 to 50k in parallel with the LED load. When a digital display unit is connected as a load, the display may not be normal ■Case The load is operated by leakage current when the output module is off.
  • Page 144 When an output is turned on, the load connected to other outputs is also turned on ■Case When a non-wiring state occurs due to, for example, a shutoff or disconnection between 0V of the load power supply and the common of a load, a current flows across the load that is off through an unexpected circuit of the output element that is off. Output module Source output Output element...
  • Page 145: Appendices

    APPENDICES Appendix 1 Details of Remote I/O Signals The following describes the details of the remote I/O signals assigned to the master/local module. The assignment of each device number is for the case when the remote I/O signals of the I/O module are assigned as follows. Item I/O module Remote input signal...
  • Page 146: Appendix 2 Details Of Remote Registers

    Appendix 2 Details of Remote Registers This section describes details of remote registers for a master/local module. The described assignment of device numbers assumes that the remote registers of the I/O module are assigned to RWr0 to RWrB and RWw0 to RWwB. Module status area ■Initial processing request flag (RWr0.b8) The operations of Initial processing request flag (RWr0.b8) and Initial processing completion flag (RWw0.b8) vary depending...
  • Page 147 • When Without initial processing (1) is set Initial processing request flag (RWr0.b8) does not turn on. The I/O module becomes operable (the update of external I/O becomes enabled) without Initial processing completion flag (RWw0.b8) being turned on. When the module is powered on, Remote READY (RWr0.b11) turns on and the initial processing is completed.
  • Page 148 ■Operation condition setting completion flag (RWr0.b9) After writing parameter data to the remote buffer memory with the REMTO instruction, turn on Operation condition setting request flag (RWw0.b9). After the operating condition is changed, Operation condition setting completion flag (RWr0.b9) turns on.
  • Page 149 ■Error status flag (RWr0.b10) Error status flag (RWr0.b10) turns on when a moderate error or major error occurs. To clear Error code (RWr1), turn on and off Error clear request flag (RWw0.b10)). • When a moderate error occurs Controlled by the I/O module Controlled by the program Error code (RWr1) 0000H...
  • Page 150 ■Remote READY (RWr0.b11) This signal is used as an interlock condition when the master station reads/writes data from/to the remote register or remote buffer memory areas of the I/O module. With Initial operation setting (address: 0004H) being set to With initial processing (0), Remote READY (RWr0.b11) turns on when initial processing is completed after powering on of the module.
  • Page 151 Function selection status flag ■Power supply monitor state flag (RWr3.b0) When the power supply monitoring function is enabled by Power supply monitor request flag (RWw3.b0), this flag is on. Controlled by the I/O module Power supply monitor request flag (RWw3.b0) Power supply monitor function Disabled Enabled...
  • Page 152 Output Y current value • The actual on/off state of the output Y can be checked by using Output Y current value (RWr6). • When the fast logic function is used on the I/O combined module, the output Y is controlled according to the operation result of the inside of the module, not by the remote output signal (RY) received from the master station.
  • Page 153 Output Y OFF information Whether the output Y has been turned off can be checked with Output Y OFF information (RWr8). ■Output Y OFF information Y0 to YF (RWr8) Off: The output Y has never been turned off. On: The output Y has been turned off. *1 The use of these bits is prohibited for the NZ2GF12A42-16DT and NZ2GF12A42-16DTE.
  • Page 154 Module operation area ■Initial processing completion flag (RWw0.b8) Turning on this flag completes the initial processing and turns on Remote READY (RWr0.b11). For the timing of turning the flag on and off, refer to the following. Page 144 Initial processing request flag (RWr0.b8) ■Operation condition setting request flag (RWw0.b9) After writing parameter data to the remote buffer memory, turn on Operation condition setting request flag (RWw0.b9).
  • Page 155 Output Y OFF information clear request This remote register is used to clear Output Y OFF information (RWr8). Clear processing continues while the bit of Output Y OFF information clear request (RWw8) is on. ■Output Y OFF information clear request Y0 to YF (RWw8) Off: Output Y OFF information is not cleared.
  • Page 156: Appendix 3 Details Of Remote Buffer Memory Addresses

    Appendix 3 Details of Remote Buffer Memory Addresses This section describes the details of remote buffer memory addresses of the I/O module. Input response time setting Set the input response time of the input module. Input response time Setting value 0.5ms 1.0ms 1.5ms...
  • Page 157 Cyclic data update watch time setting Set the time to monitor the update intervals of cyclic transmission data (watch time). When the cyclic transmission remains stopped longer than the cyclic data update watch time, the I/O module is regarded as disconnected from data link and the output status is held or cleared by Output HOLD/CLEAR setting (address: 0001H).
  • Page 158 Number of ON times integration function enable Set whether to enable or disable the number of ON times integration function. 0: Disable 1: Enable *1 The use of these bits is prohibited for the NZ2GF12A42-16DT and NZ2GF12A42-16DTE. ■Remote buffer memory address Name Address Number of ON times integration function enable...
  • Page 159 Fast logic setting Set whether to enable or disable the fast logic function where the fixed output conditions are assigned in each remote buffer memory address. The fast logic function can be used for the I/O combined module. ■Fast logic setting Y8 (address: 0120H to 0121H) Address 0120H 0 (fixed)
  • Page 160 Number of ON times integration value The integration value of the number of ON times integration function is stored as signed 32-bit binary. ■Remote buffer memory address Name Output Address Number of ON times integration value Y 0610H 0612H 0614H 0616H 0618H 061AH...
  • Page 161 Error history data Up to 15 errors generated in the module are recorded. The following table and figure show the storage data for Error history data 1 (address: 0A00H to 0A0FH). ■Error history data 1 (address: 0A00H to 0A0FH) Address 0A00H Error code 0A01H...
  • Page 162 ■Error code details For the following errors, each of additional error information is stored in Error code details  (address: 0A06H to 0A0FH) *1 The following table describes Error code details  for Error history data 1 (address: 0A00H to 0A0FH). Error Information to be stored Error code...
  • Page 163 Error history clear command The error history stored in the module is cleared. 0 (fixed) (1) 0: Not commanded, 1: Commanded ■Remote buffer memory address Name Address Error history clear command 1000H ■Operation of error history clear When Error history clear command (address: 1000H) is set to Commanded (1), an error history is cleared. Controlled by the I/O module Controlled by the program Stored condition of an error...
  • Page 164 Parameter area initialization command Set the parameters stored in a remote buffer memory and nonvolatile memory to the default value. The module can be restored using this command when Nonvolatile memory data error (parameter) occurs. 0 (fixed) (1) 0: Not commanded, 1: Commanded ■Remote buffer memory address Name Address...
  • Page 165 Module operation information initialization command The module operation information stored in a nonvolatile memory is initialized. The module operation information can be initialized only when Nonvolatile memory data error (module operation information) has occurred. 0 (fixed) (1) 0: Not commanded, 1: Commanded ■Remote buffer memory address Name Address...
  • Page 166 Number of ON times integration value clear command This remote buffer memory area is used to clear Number of ON times integration value Y (address: 0610H to 062FH). 0: Not commanded 1: Commanded *1 The use of these bits is prohibited for the NZ2GF12A42-16DT and NZ2GF12A42-16DTE. ■Remote buffer memory address Name Address...
  • Page 167 Number of ON times integration value clear completed This remote buffer memory area shows whether Number of ON times integration value Y (address: 0610H to 062FH) has been cleared or not. 0: Not performed 1: Completed *1 The use of these bits is prohibited for the NZ2GF12A42-16DT and NZ2GF12A42-16DTE. ■Remote buffer memory address Name Address...
  • Page 168: Appendix 4 Emc And Low Voltage Directives

    "CE mark" on their products. Sales representative in EU member states Authorized representative in EU member states is shown below. Name: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC EUROPE B.V. Address: Mitsubishi-Electric-Platz 1, 40882 Ratingen, Germany Measures to comply with the EMC Directive The EMC Directive specifies that "products placed on the market must be so constructed that they do not cause excessive electromagnetic interference (emissions) and are not unduly affected by electromagnetic interference (immunity)".
  • Page 169 EMC Directive related standards ■Emission requirements Specifications Test item Test details Standard value EN61131-2: 2007 CISPR16-2-3 Radio waves from the product are • 30M-230MHz QP: 40dBV/m (10m in measurement range) Radiated emission measured. • 230M-1000MHz QP: 47dBV/m (10m in measurement range) CISPR16-2-1, Noise from the product to the power •...
  • Page 170: Requirements To Compliance With The Low Voltage Directive

    Others ■Ferrite core A ferrite core has the effect of reducing radiated noise in the 30MHz to 100MHz band. It is recommended to attach ferrite cores if shielded cables coming out of the control panel do not provide sufficient shielding effects.
  • Page 171: Appendix 5 How To Check Serial Number And Function Version

    Appendix 5 How to Check Serial Number and Function Version The serial number and function version of the I/O module can be checked on the rating plate. PASSED powerd by SERIAL 000000000000000-A MODEL TOKYO 100-8310. JAPAN MADE IN ILELAND (1) MAC address (2) Serial number (3) Function version (4) Relevant regulation standards...
  • Page 172: Appendix 6 External Dimensions

    Appendix 6 External Dimensions The following figures show the external dimensions of the I/O module. 38.5 38±0.3 (Unit: mm) (1) 4-5  10 slotted hole (M4 mounting screw) APPENDICES Appendix 6 External Dimensions...
  • Page 173 MEMO...
  • Page 174: Index

    INDEX ..... . 62 .169 Applicable systems How to check serial number and function version . . 62 Applicable systems (Applicable master station) .
  • Page 175 ..89 ......64 Number of ON times integration function Setting switch .
  • Page 176: Revisions

    Japanese manual number: SH-081636-B 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 177: Warranty

    WARRANTY Please confirm the following product warranty details before using this product. 1. Gratis Warranty Term and Gratis Warranty Range If any faults or defects (hereinafter "Failure") found to be the responsibility of Mitsubishi occurs during use of the product within the gratis warranty term, the product shall be replaced at no cost via the sales representative.
  • Page 178: Trademarks

    TRADEMARKS Ethernet is a registered trademark of Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. in Japan. The company names, system names and product names mentioned in this manual are either registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies.   In some cases, trademark symbols such as ' ' or ' ' are not specified in this manual.
  • Page 180 Molex, LLC www.molex.com SH(NA)-081637ENG-B(1707)MEE MODEL: CCIEF-WD-IO-U-E MODEL CODE: 13JX54 HEAD OFFICE : TOKYO BUILDING, 2-7-3 MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN NAGOYA WORKS : 1-14 , YADA-MINAMI 5-CHOME , HIGASHI-KU, NAGOYA , JAPAN When exported from Japan, this manual does not require application to the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry for service transaction permission.

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