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CC-Link IE Field Network Basic
Remote I/O Module User's Manual
-NZ2MFB2-16A
-NZ2MFB1-32D
-NZ2MFB2-16R
-NZ2MFB1-32T
-NZ2MFB1-32TE1
-NZ2MFB1-32DT
-NZ2MFB1-32DTE1

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  • Page 1 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic Remote I/O Module User's Manual -NZ2MFB2-16A -NZ2MFB1-32D -NZ2MFB2-16R -NZ2MFB1-32T -NZ2MFB1-32TE1 -NZ2MFB1-32DT -NZ2MFB1-32DTE1...
  • Page 3: 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 4 [Installation Precautions] WARNING ● Shut off the external 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 5 To prevent this, configure an external safety circuit, such as a fuse. ● Mitsubishi Electric programmable controllers must be installed in control panels. Wiring and replacement of a module must be performed by qualified maintenance personnel with knowledge of protection against electric shock.
  • Page 6 [Startup and Maintenance Precautions] WARNING ● Do not touch any terminal while power is on. Doing so will cause electric shock or malfunction. ● Shut off the external power supply (all phases) used in the system before cleaning the module or retightening the terminal block screws or connector screws.
  • Page 7: 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 8: Introduction

    When applying the program and circuit examples provided in this manual to an actual system, ensure the applicability and confirm that it will not cause system control problems. Please make sure that the end users read this manual. Relevant products NZ2MFB2-16A, NZ2MFB1-32D, NZ2MFB2-16R, NZ2MFB1-32T, NZ2MFB1-32TE1, NZ2MFB1-32DT, NZ2MFB1-32DTE1...
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..............1 CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE PRODUCT .
  • Page 10 Input Response Time Setting Function............65 Output HOLD/CLEAR Setting Function.
  • Page 11: Relevant Manuals

    Print book [SH-080956ENG] to the Ethernet-equipped module e-Manual e-Manual refers to the Mitsubishi Electric FA electronic book manuals that can be browsed using a dedicated tool. e-Manual has the following features: • Required information can be cross-searched in multiple manuals.
  • Page 12: Terms

    TERMS Unless otherwise specified, this manual uses the following terms. Term Description Cyclic transmission A function by which data are periodically exchanged among stations on the same network using link devices on CC-Link IE Field Network Basic Disconnection A process of stopping data link if a data link error occurs I/O combined module A generic term for CC-Link IE Field Network Basic remote I/O modules where a digital signal can be input and output...
  • Page 13: Chapter 1 Product Lineup

    Weight Model Reference power supply current AC input module Screw terminal block 64mA 0.31kg NZ2MFB2-16A Page 16 NZ2MFB2- 100 to 120VAC, 16 points 16A AC input module Page 19 NZ2MFB1- DC input module Positive common/ Screw terminal block 71mA 0.30kg...
  • Page 14 MEMO 1 PRODUCT LINEUP 1.3 I/O Combined Module...
  • Page 15: Chapter 2 Part Names

    PART NAMES This chapter describes part names of the I/O module. Name Application Ethernet port Port connector for network connection. Connect an Ethernet cable. For wiring method and precautions, refer to the following. Page 61 Wiring of Ethernet cable 100M LED Indicates the link status.
  • Page 16 MEMO 2 PART NAMES...
  • Page 17: Chapter 3 Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS This chapter describes the specifications of the I/O module. General Specifications Item Specifications Operating ambient temperature 0 to 55 Storage ambient temperature -25 to 75 Operating ambient humidity 5 to 95%RH, non-condensing Storage ambient humidity Vibration resistance Compliant with JIS ...
  • Page 18: Performance Specifications

    Performance Specifications Input module NZ2MFB2-16A AC input module Item NZ2MFB2-16A Station type Slave station Number of input points 16 points Rated input voltage/rated frequency 100 to 120VAC (+10%/-15%), 50/60Hz (3Hz) Rated input current 8.2mA (100VAC, 60Hz), 6.8mA (100VAC, 50Hz) Inrush current...
  • Page 19 ■External connection Terminal block for module power supply and FG UNIT POWER Signal name Non-insulated CABLE +24V Module power supply Terminal block for input COM B COM B COM B COM B COM B COM B COM B COM B COM B COM B COM B...
  • Page 20 ■Terminal block for input 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 Pin number Signal name Pin number Signal name...
  • Page 21 NZ2MFB1-32D DC input module Item NZ2MFB1-32D Station type Slave station Number of input points 32 points Rated input voltage 24VDC (ripple rate: 5% or less) (Allowable voltage range: 20.4 to 28.8VDC) Rated input current 6.0mA TYP. (for 24VDC) Isolation method Photocoupler isolation Max.
  • Page 22 ■External connection Terminal block for module power supply and FG UNIT POWER Non-insulated Signal name CABLE +24V Module power supply Terminal block for input *1 Only one wire can be connected to a terminal of the terminal block for module power supply and FG. Multiple wires cannot be connected to a terminal.
  • Page 23 ■Terminal block for input 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 Pin number Signal name Pin number Signal name...
  • Page 24: Output Module

    Output module NZ2MFB2-16R contact output module Item NZ2MFB2-16R Station type Slave station Number of output points 16 points Rated switching voltage/current 24VDC 2A (resistance load)/point, 8A/common 240VAC 2A (COS = 1)/point, 8A/common Minimum switching load 5VDC 1mA Maximum switching load 264VAC 125VDC Output response time OFFON...
  • Page 25 ■External connection Terminal block for module power supply and FG UNIT POWER Signal name Non-insulated CABLE +24V Module power supply Terminal block for output Load COM B COM B COM B COM B COM B COM B COM B COM B COM B COM B COM B...
  • Page 26 ■Terminal block for output 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 Pin number Signal name Pin number Signal name...
  • Page 27 NZ2MFB1-32T transistor output module Item NZ2MFB1-32T Station type Slave station Number of output points 32 points Rated load voltage 12/24VDC (ripple rate: 5% or less) (Allowable voltage range: 10.2 to 28.8VDC) Max. load current 0.5A/point, 5A/common Isolation method Photocoupler isolation Max.
  • Page 28 ■External connection Terminal block for module power supply and FG UNIT POWER Non-insulated Signal name CABLE +24V Module power supply Terminal block for output Load External power supply for the output part Load CTL+ COM- Constant-voltage circuit Load power supply Load External power supply for the output part and load power supply (common)
  • Page 29 ■Terminal block for output 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 Pin number Signal name Pin number Signal name...
  • Page 30 NZ2MFB1-32TE1 transistor output module Item NZ2MFB1-32TE1 Station type Slave station Number of output points 32 points Rated load voltage 12/24VDC (ripple rate: 5% or less) (Allowable voltage range: 10.2 to 28.8VDC) Max. load current 0.1A/point, 2A/common Isolation method Photocoupler isolation Max.
  • Page 31 ■External connection Terminal block for module power supply and FG UNIT POWER Signal name Non-insulated CABLE +24V Module power supply Terminal block for output Load Load COM+ CTL- Constant-voltage External power supply for circuit the output part and load power supply (common) *1 Only one wire can be connected to a terminal of the terminal block for module power supply and FG.
  • Page 32 ■Terminal block for output 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 Pin number Signal name Pin number Signal name...
  • Page 33: I/o Combined Module

    I/O combined module NZ2MFB1-32DT DC input/transistor output module Item NZ2MFB1-32DT Input specifications Output specifications Station type Slave 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 6.0mA TYP.
  • Page 34 Item NZ2MFB1-32DT Input specifications Output specifications Page 59 Applicable solderless terminal Applicable solderless Terminal block for module terminal power supply and FG I/O terminal block Page 62 Applicable solderless terminal Number of occupied stations One station Reference response time Communication cable An Ethernet cable that meets the 100BASE-TX standard For details, refer to the following.
  • Page 35 ■External connection Connector for module power supply and FG UNIT POWER Signal name Non-insulated CABLE +24V Module power supply Terminal block for I/O Load Load COM+ COM- Constant-voltage Load power circuit supply External power supply for the output part Load External power supply for the output part and load power supply (common) COM+...
  • Page 36 ■I/O terminal block 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 Pin number Signal name Pin number Signal name ...
  • Page 37 NZ2MFB1-32DTE1 DC input/transistor output module Item NZ2MFB1-32DTE1 Input specifications Output specifications Station type Slave 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 6.0mA TYP.
  • Page 38 Item NZ2MFB1-32DTE1 Input specifications Output specifications Number of occupied stations One station Reference response time Communication cable An Ethernet cable that meets the 100BASE-TX standard For details, refer to the following.  CC-Link IE Field Network Basic Reference Manual Module power supply Voltage 24VDC (ripple rate: 5% or less) (Allowable voltage range: 20.4 to 28.8VDC) Current...
  • Page 39 ■External connection Connector for module power supply and FG UNIT POWER Signal name Non-insulated CABLE +24V Module power supply Terminal block for I/O Load Load COM+ COM- Constant-voltage External power supply for circuit the output part and load power supply (common) *1 Only one wire can be connected to a terminal of the terminal block for module power supply and FG.
  • Page 40 ■I/O terminal block 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 Pin number Signal name Pin number Signal name ...
  • Page 41: Function List

    Output function Input response Output HOLD/ Protection SLMP time setting CLEAR setting function communication function function function       NZ2MFB2-16A       NZ2MFB1-32D       NZ2MFB2-16R NZ2MFB1-32T  ...
  • Page 42: Chapter 4 Procedures Before Operation

    PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION This chapter describes the procedures before operation. IP address setting switch setting Set the fourth octet of IP address of I/O module. Page 51 IP address setting switch setting Function setting switch setting Set the input response time setting and output HOLD/CLEAR setting of the I/O module. Page 54 Function setting switch setting Connection Mount the I/O module on the DIN rail.
  • Page 43 MEMO 4 PROCEDURES BEFORE OPERATION...
  • Page 44: Chapter 5 System Configuration

    SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Applicable master station For the CPU module that can be used as the master station of CC-Link IE Field Network Basic, refer to the following.  CC-Link IE Field Network Basic Reference Manual Compatible software version For the compatible software version, always keep GX Works3/GX Works2 up to date. When the latest software version is necessary, please consult your local Mitsubishi representative.
  • Page 45 MEMO 5 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION...
  • Page 46: Chapter 6 Installation And Wiring

    INSTALLATION AND WIRING This chapter describes the installation and wiring of the I/O module. Before Using the I/O Modules Input modules Precautions common to all input modules ■Number of simultaneous ON points The number of input points that can be turned on at the same time varies depending on the input voltage and ambient temperature.
  • Page 47: Output Module

    Output module Precautions common to all output modules ■Maximum switching frequency when load is driven The maximum switching frequency imposes a limit on the use; an ON state or an OFF state must not be changed without an interval of at least one second. ■Load to be connected When connecting a counter or timer utilizing a DC/DC converter as a load of the output module, select an output module whose maximum load current is higher than the inrush current of a load to be connected.
  • Page 48 Precautions when using the contact output module When using the contact output module, carefully consider the following points: • Relay life (contact switching life) • Influence on the relay life by a connected load • Measures against back EMF ■Relay life (contact switching life) Applicable module: NZ2MFB2-16R The relay life varies depending on the environment where a module is used.
  • Page 49 Influence on the relay life by a connected load An actual relay life can be substantially shorter than the relay life curve depending on the type of a connected load and the characteristics of its inrush current. ( Page 46 Relay life (contact switching life)) The inrush current generated by a connected load can lead to contact welding of the module.
  • Page 50 Load type Waveform Inrush current Waveform Inrush current i/rated current i/rated current   Capacitive load Capacitive load Approx. 20 to 40 times i: Inrush current io: Rated current t: 0.008 to 0.33 seconds (0.5 to 2 cycle) *1 A typical discharge lamp circuit is configured with a combination of discharge tubes, transformers, choke coils, capacitors and others. Because of this, be especially careful of the case of a high power factor and a low power supply impedance, where the inrush current flowing into the output module can be 20 to 40 times as high as the rated current.
  • Page 51 *1 On AC power supply, the impedance of the CR needs to be sufficiently higher than that of the load. (for preventing errors due to the leakage current of the CR). • Avoid using contact protection circuits like the following. Although they are highly effective in reducing the arc at current cutoff, a charge current flows into the capacitor when the contact turns on or off, which leads to the risk of contact welding.
  • Page 52 Precautions when using the transistor output module ■Measures against reverse current In the following connections, a reverse current flows to the output element, which can cause failure. When wiring, set up diodes as the following figures show: • When connecting transistor output modules in parallel Sink type Source type Load...
  • Page 53: Setting Switch

    Setting Switch IP address setting switch setting Set the fourth octet of IP address using the IP address setting switch on the front of I/O module. The setting of IP address setting switch is enabled when the I/O module is powered on. Thus, set this function when the module is powered off.
  • Page 54 Automatic setting of the first to third octet of IP address The first to third octet of IP address is automatically set by the I/O module according to the settings of the master station. (The factory default setting is 192.168.3.) ■When there is one master station: Receives the information of network configuration setting from the master station.
  • Page 55 • Automatic setting of the first to third octet of IP address is executed only once during the initial communication with the master station after the I/O module is powered on. When the IP address of the I/O module in the network parameter at the master station is changed while the data link between the I/O module and master station is established, power off and on the I/O module as well after the parameter of master station is reflected.
  • Page 56: Function Setting Switch Setting

    Function setting switch setting Set the input response time setting and output HOLD/CLEAR setting using the function setting switch on the front of I/O module. Switch name Function to be used Setting details Function setting switch 1 to 3 Input response time setting Set the input response time.
  • Page 57: 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; • Ambient humidity is outside the range of 10 to 90% RH; •...
  • Page 58: Installation Direction

    Installation direction The I/O module can be installed in six directions. Use the DIN rail (1) to install the module. 6 INSTALLATION AND WIRING 6.3 Installation Environment and Installation Position...
  • Page 59: Installation

    Installation Mounting the module on a DIN rail An example of the use of the DIN rail stopper is described in the following procedure. Fix the module according to the manual of the DIN rail stopper used. Mounting procedure Pull down all DIN rail hooks on the back of the module. The hooks should be pulled down until they click.
  • Page 60 Slide the DIN rail stopper up to the left side of the module. Hold the DIN rail stopper in the direction opposite to the arrow on the stopper and tighten the screw with a driver. Install the DIN rail stopper on the right side of the module in the same procedure.
  • Page 61: Wiring

    Wiring Wiring with terminal block for module power supply and FG Wiring with spring clamp terminal block ■Tightening torque Tighten the terminal block mounting screw within the following specified torque range. Tightening the screw too much may damage the module case. Screw type Tightening torque range Terminal block mounting screw (M2.5 screw)
  • Page 62 ■Connecting and disconnecting the cable To connect the cable, fully insert a wire having a bar solderless terminal into a wire insertion opening. After inserting the wire, pull it lightly to check that it is securely clamped. Continuity can be checked with test terminal (1). To disconnect the cable, push in the open/close button with a Phillips screwdriver or flathead screwdriver.
  • Page 63: Wiring Of Ethernet Cable

    Wiring of Ethernet cable Wiring method ■Installation method Power off the power supplies of the I/O module and the external device. Push the Ethernet cable connector into the I/O module until it clicks. Pay attention to the connector's direction. Power on the module power supply of the I/O module. Power on the external device.
  • Page 64: Wiring Of External Device And I/o Terminal Block

    Wiring of external device and I/O terminal block Wiring of screw terminal block ■Tightening torque Tighten the terminal screw within the following specified torque range. Tightening the screw too much may damage the module case. Screw type Tightening torque range Terminal screw (M3 ...
  • Page 65: Chapter 7 Parameter Setting

    PARAMETER SETTING Network Configuration Setting Write the network configuration setting into the master station before starting the operation of I/O module. For how to set the network configuration of the master station, refer to the following.  CC-Link IE Field Network Basic Reference Manual Setting procedure Display the network configuration setting window.
  • Page 66 Close the network configuration setting window. [Network Configuration Settings]  [Close with Reflecting the Setting] 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. [Online] ...
  • Page 67: Chapter 8 Functions

    FUNCTIONS This chapter describes the details of the functions available in the I/O module, and the setting method for those functions. 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.
  • Page 68: 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 by this function. Output HOLD/CLEAR setting and its operation When HOLD or CLEAR is set for an output, the output is turned on or off as follows.
  • Page 69: Protection Function

    Protection Function The overload protection function and overheat protection function protect the internal circuit from overcurrent and its heat. Overload protection function If the transistor output module and I/O combined module (transistor output part) detect overcurrent, the module performs the current limiting operation (that imposes a limit on the output current to a constant value and keeps the output).
  • Page 70: Slmp Communication Function

    SLMP communication function SLMP can be used to communicate with the I/O module. For details on SLMP, refer to the following.  SLMP Reference Manual Available command Item Command Subcommand Description Type Operation Remote Control Remote Reset 1006 0000 Executes the remote RESET for I/O module. Communication setting If I/O module and SLMP are used for communication, use the following settings.
  • Page 71: Chapter 9 Programming

    PROGRAMMING This chapter describes the programming of the I/O module. Precautions for Programming Cyclic transmission program To create a cyclic transmission program, configure an interlock so that the process is executed while the cyclic transmission is normally performed between the master station and slave station. For the interlock program of cyclic transmission, refer to the following.
  • Page 72: Program Example

    Program Example System configuration (1) Master station • Power supply module: R62P • CPU module: R04CPU (2) Slave station (station number: 1, IP address setting switch: 1) • I/O combined module: NZ2MFB1-32DT (3) X0 input signal (pressing button) (4) Y10 output signal (lamp) The setting procedure assumes the use of GX Works3.
  • Page 73 ■Assignment of link devices X1000 · · · X100F RX0F RX0F X1010 RX10 RX10 · · · X103F RX3F RX3F Y1000 · · · Y100F RY0F RY0F Y1010 RY10 RY10 · · · Y101F RY1F RY1F Y1020 RY20 RY20 · ·...
  • Page 74 Label to be used ■Module label Use the following module labels. Module label Description Device RCPU.stSM.bSts_CyclicTransmission Cyclic transmission status SM1536 RCPU.stSD.bnSts_CyclicTransmission_Station[1] Cyclic transmission status of each station (station SD1536.0 number 1) ■Label to be defined Define the global labels as follows. Setting procedure Create a project with the contents below.
  • Page 75 Display the refresh setting window and configure the setting as follows. [Navigation window]  [Parameter]  [CPU module model name]  [Module Parameter]  [Basic Settings]  [Refresh Settings] After the parameter setting, click the [Apply] 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 76 Program example 9 PROGRAMMING 9.2 Program Example...
  • Page 77: 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 78 MEMO 10 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION...
  • Page 79: Chapter 11 Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter describes error contents that may occur while the I/O module is used and those troubleshooting. 11.1 Checking the LEDs This section describes how to troubleshoot the system by the LEDs. Determine the status of module error Error status can be determined by the On/Off status of RUN LED and ERR. LED as follows. RUN LED ERR.
  • Page 80 When the D LINK LED flashes Check item Action Does the IP address setting of I/O module match the IP address of I/O The IP address of I/O module must match the IP address specified in the module specified in the configuration setting of master station? configuration setting of master station.
  • Page 81: Cc-link Ie Field Network Basic Diagnostics

    11.2 CC-Link IE Field Network Basic Diagnostics Check the network status or error definition of I/O module to perform troubleshooting by executing the CC-Link IE Field Network Basic diagnostics. How to use For how to use the CC-Link IE Field Network Basic diagnostics, refer to the following. ...
  • Page 82: Troubleshooting By Symptom

    11.3 Troubleshooting by Symptom Perform troubleshooting by symptom when the I/O module does not operate properly with no error. Check the following items in the order from the top. When the ON/OFF status of an external input cannot be read Check item Action Is the corresponding LED (X0 LED to X1F LED) of the input module and I/O...
  • Page 83: Examples Of Troubles With The I/o Module

    11.4 Examples of Troubles with the I/O Module Troubleshooting for input circuit An input signal does not turn off No.1 ■Cause There is a leakage current from the input switch (driven by a contactless switch and others). AC input Leakage Input module current Power supply...
  • Page 84 An input signal does not turn off No.3 ■Cause There is a leakage current due to the line capacity of the wiring cables. (The line capacity, C, of a twisted pair cable is as follows: C = approx. 100pF/m.) AC input Leakage Input module current...
  • Page 85 ■Calculation example If the switch with LED indicator with maximum leakage current of 3mA when 24VDC is supplied to the NZ2MFB1-32D is connected Leakage current 3mA Input module 24VDC The OFF current of NZ2MFB1-32D is not 1.7mA or lower. Therefore, connect a resistor as shown below. Iz = 1.7mA = 1.3mA Resistor...
  • Page 86 An input signal does not turn off No.5 ■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 11 TROUBLESHOOTING...
  • Page 87 An input signal does not turn on (AC input module). ■Cause Around the zero cross voltage (1) of the input signal (AC), there are step-like deformations as shown below: ■Action Improve the input signal waveform by using an on-line type UPS and others. A signal incorrectly inputs data ■Cause Noise is taken as input data.
  • Page 88: Troubleshooting For Output Circuit

    Troubleshooting for output circuit A load momentarily turns on when the external power supply is powered on ■Cause An incorrect output occurs due to the stray capacitance (C) between collector and emitter of a photocoupler. There is no problem with the normal load. When a high sensitivity load (such as solid state relay) is used, however, this incorrect output may occur.
  • Page 89 ■Action Before turning on or off the external power supply, check that the rise time of the external power supply is 10ms or more. Then, install a switch (SW1) to the primary side of the external power supply. Primary side Secondary side External power supply Output module...
  • Page 90 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 sneak current of back EMF at [1] Shutoff. Output module + Back electromotive force - [3] Sink output Load...
  • Page 91 ■Action Take either of the following two actions: • Action 1: To suppress the back EMF, connect a diode parallel to the load where back EMF is generated in [3]. Sink output Source output + Back electromotive force - - Back electromotive force + Load Load •...
  • Page 92 When the output module is off, the LED connected as a load dimly turns on ■Cause The load operates by the 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 ■Cause The load operates by the leakage current when the output module is off.
  • Page 93 When output is turned on, load connected to other outputs is turned on simultaneously ■Cause When a non-wiring state occurs due to, for example, a shutoff or disconnection between 0V of the external 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 control...
  • Page 94: Method For Checking Errors

    11.5 Method for Checking Errors The errors for the I/O module can be classified into the following three categories. The checking methods for each error are as follows. Classification Checking method I/O module specific error Buffer memory of master station or special register Page 103 Diagnostic information list CC-Link IE Field Network Basic related error CC-Link IE Field Network Basic diagnostics...
  • Page 95: Error Code List

    11.6 Error Code List I/O module specific error I/O module specific error codes are as follows. Error code Error type Error name Description and cause Action 0010H Major error Hardware error Module hardware error Power off and on the module power supply. If this error persists, the module may be in failure.
  • Page 96: Appendices

    APPENDICES Appendix 1 Remote I/O Signal List of remote I/O signals This section lists I/O signals for a master station. Remote input (RX) indicates the input signal from the I/O module to the master station. Remote output (RY) indicates the output signal from the master station to the I/O module. Do not use any "Use prohibited"...
  • Page 97 ■32-point module Remote input Remote output Signal direction: Input module  Master station Signal direction: Master station  Input module Device number Description Device number Description External input signal X0 Use prohibited External input signal X1 External input signal X2 External input signal X3 External input signal X4 External input signal X5...
  • Page 98 Output module ■16-point module Remote input Remote output Signal direction: Output module  Master station Signal direction: Master station  Output module Device number Description Device number Description Use prohibited External output signal Y0 External output signal Y1 External output signal Y2 External output signal Y3 External output signal Y4 External output signal Y5...
  • Page 99 ■32-point module Remote input Remote output Signal direction: Output module  Master station Signal direction: Master station  Output module Device number Description Device number Description Use prohibited External output signal Y0 External output signal Y1 External output signal Y2 External output signal Y3 External output signal Y4 External output signal Y5...
  • Page 100 I/O combined module ■32-point module Remote input Remote output Signal direction: I/O combined module  Master station Signal direction: Master station  I/O combined module Device number Description Device number Description External input signal X0 Use prohibited External input signal X1 External input signal X2 External input signal X3 External input signal X4...
  • Page 101: Details Of Remote Input Signals

    Details of remote input signals The following describes the details of the remote input signals for the master station. External input signal (RX0 to RX1F) This signal shows the on/off status of the external input of input module and I/O combined module. Details of remote output signals The following describes the details of the remote output signals for the master station.
  • Page 102: Appendix 2 Remote Register

    Appendix 2 Remote Register List of remote register Use of the remote register is prohibited. Do not read or write the data from/to any "Use prohibited" remote register areas. Doing so may result in an accident due to an incorrect output or malfunction. Remote register (RWr) Remote register (RWw) Signal direction: I/O module ...
  • Page 103: Appendix 3 Setting Ip Addresses And Subnet Masks

    Appendix 3 Setting IP Addresses and Subnet Masks This section describes the setting procedure of IP addresses and subnet masks. This setting is required when changing IP addresses and subnet masks to specific values. This setting is not required if these values need not be changed.
  • Page 104 • Set the IP address in the range between 0.0.0.1 and 223.255.255.254. • Set the subnet mask in the range between 192.0.0.0 and 255.255.255.252. • If the IP address setting switch is not 0, the setting is not reflected. • Settings other than the IP address and subnet mask are not reflected. •...
  • Page 105: Appendix 4 Diagnostic Information Of Slave Station

    Appendix 4 Diagnostic Information of Slave Station Diagnostic information list This section shows the list of diagnostic information of slave station that can be checked in the special register (SD) or buffer memory of master station. Note that the information shown here are diagnostic information 2 only. For other diagnostic information, refer to the following.
  • Page 106: Diagnostic Information Details

     CC-Link IE Field Network Basic Reference Manual Manufacturer code 0000H (fixed) (manufacturer code for I/O module) is stored. Model code Model code for I/O module is stored. Model name Model code (upper) Model code (lower) NZ2MFB2-16A 0000H 3006H NZ2MFB1-32D 0000H 3001H NZ2MFB2-16R 0000H...
  • Page 107 Detailed module information (upper) The function setting status of I/O module is stored. ■bit0 to bit2 (input response time setting status) The setting status of input response time setting is stored. The input response time setting is determined depending on the status of the function setting switch 1 to 3 when the module power supply is on.
  • Page 108 ■bit3 (output HOLD/CLEAR setting status) The setting status of output HOLD/CLEAR setting is stored. The output HOLD/CLEAR setting is determined depending on the status of the function setting switch 4 when the module power supply is on. Stored value Output HOLD/CLEAR setting bit3 CLEAR HOLD...
  • Page 109: Appendix 5 Processing Time

    Appendix 5 Processing Time For the processing time of CC-Link IE Field Network Basic, refer to the following.  CC-Link IE Field Network Basic Reference Manual Response processing time of slave station This section shows the response processing time of slave station. ■Input reflection processing time of slave station (input) The input reflection processing time of the slave station (input) = Input response time + Internal processing time (0.2ms)
  • Page 110: Appendix 6 Emc And Low Voltage Directives

    EMC and Low Voltage Directives, their manufacturers are required to declare compliance and affix the CE marking. Sales representative in EU member states The sales representative in EU member states is: Company: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC EUROPE B.V. Address: Mitsubishi-Electric-Platz 1, 40882 Ratingen, Germany Measures to comply with the EMC Directive The EMC Directive sets requirements for emission (conducted and radiated electromagnetic interference emitted by a product) and immunity (the ability of a product not to be influenced by externally generated electromagnetic interference).
  • Page 111 EMC Directive related standards ■Emission requirements Standard 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 112 Installation in a control panel The module is open type devices and must be installed inside a control panel. This ensures safety as well as effective shielding of programmable controller-generated electromagnetic noise. ■Control panel • Use a conductive control panel. •...
  • Page 113 Cables extended out of the control panel Use a shielded cable for a cable extended out of the control panel such as an I/O signal line (including a common line) and cable for communications. If a shielded cable is not used or not grounded correctly, the noise immunity will not meet the specified value. ■Grounding a shielded cable •...
  • Page 114 Use shielded cables for external wiring and ground the shields of the external wiring cables to the control panel with the AD75CK cable clamp (manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation). (Ground the shield section 20 to 30cm away from the module.)
  • Page 115 For the FG terminal on a module that is connected to the external power supply, and the Ethernet cable, attach a ferrite core 4cm away from the module. (Ferrite core used for the tests conducted by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation: NEC TOKIN ESD-SR-250, TDK ZCAT3035- 1330) Attachment ■Noise filter (power supply line filter)
  • Page 116: Requirements To Compliance With The Low Voltage Directive

    Requirements to compliance with the Low Voltage Directive I/O modules with their rated input/output voltages being 100VAC and 200VAC systems have a dangerous voltage inside (a peak voltage of 42.4V or higher). Therefore, for CE-marked I/O modules, reinforced insulation is applied between the primary and secondary circuits.
  • Page 117: Appendix 7 How To Check Serial Number And Function Version

    Appendix 7 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 MODEL SERIAL 000000000000000-A TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN MADE IN JAPAN (1) MAC address (2) Relevant standard symbol (3) Serial number (4) Function version...
  • Page 118: Appendix 8 External Dimensions

    Appendix 8 External Dimensions (Unit: mm) (1) Center of DIN rail APPX Appendix 8 External Dimensions...
  • Page 119 MEMO APPX Appendix 8 External Dimensions...
  • Page 120: Index

    INDEX ....42 Applicable master station ..... . . 42 Applicable profile .
  • Page 121 MEMO...
  • Page 122: Revisions

    Japanese manual number: SH-081762-B This manual confers no industrial property 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 123: 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 repaired at no cost via the sales representative or Mitsubishi Service Company.
  • Page 124: 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 126 SH(NA)-081763ENG-B(1707)MEE MODEL: CCIEFB-IO-U-E MODEL CODE: 13JX73 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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