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    Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

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    It could lead to an electric shock. Copyright / Trademarks -This manual and its contents are copyrighted. Panasonic -You may not copy this manual, in whole or part, without written consent of Industrial Devices SUNX Co., Ltd.

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    Introduction Thank you for buying a Panasonic product. Before you use the product, please carefully read the installation instructions and the users manual, and understand their contents in detail to use the product properly. Types of Manual  There are different types of users manual for the FP7 series, as listed below. Please refer to a relevant manual for the unit and purpose of your use.

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    Table of Contents Selection of CPU Units Note the following points when selecting a CPU unit.  Specification changes of CPU unit  The firmware version of CPU units has been changed in accordance with the extension of the specifications. Specify units with new model numbers. Conventional New model number (Ver.2)...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 1. Overview ................1-1 System Configuration ................1-2 1.1.1 Units ......................1-2 Restrictions on Combinations of Units............ 1-4 1.2.1 Common Restrictions on Each Unit ............1-4 1.2.2 Restrictions on the Number of Installed Units.........1-4 1.2.3 Restrictions on the Combination of Extension Cassettes .......1-4 1.2.4 Restrictions on Communication Functions to be Used ......1-5 1.2.5...

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    Table of Contents Optional Allocation Using FPWIN GR7 ..........3-4 3.2.1 Registration of a Unit to be Used and the Starting Word Number ..3-4 3.2.2 Optional Settings in the “Unit Selection” Dialog Box.......3-6 Mount Allocation Using FPWIN GR7............3-7 3.3.1 Mount Registration of a Unit to be Used and the Starting Word Number3-7 3.3.2 Changing the Starting Word Number ............3-8...

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    Table of Contents 5.1.1 Check Points ...................5-2 5.1.2 Procedures before Starting Operation ............5-3 RAM/ROM Operation................5-4 5.2.1 Transmission of the Project..............5-4 5.2.2 Operations following Powering On............5-5 5.2.3 Data Hold During Power Failure .............5-6 5.2.4 Online Editing ..................5-6 Backing Up the Project ................5-7 5.3.1 Transmission from the Execution Memory RAM to the Backup Memory ROM2 ......................5-7...

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    Table of Contents 7. Maintenance and Inspection ..........7-1 Handling of Backup Battery..............7-2 7.1.1 Functions of Backup Battery ..............7-2 7.1.2 Replacement of Backup Battery..............7-3 7.1.3 Lifetime and Replacement Interval of Backup Battery ......7-4 Inspection ....................7-5 8. Specifications..............8-1 CPU Unit Specifications .................

  • Page 9: Overview

    Overview Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 10: System Configuration

    ① Power Supply Unit ③ Digital I/O Units Model number Remarks Remarks Model number Input 16-point, 12 to 24VDC AFP7X16DW 100 to 240V AC, 24W AFP7PSA1 Output 16-point, Relay AFP7Y16R Output 16-point, Sink type AFP7Y16T Output 16-point, Source type AFP7Y16P Remarks Model number...

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    1.1 System Configuration ③ High-speed Counter Unit ④ End Unit Connect to the end of system Remarks Model number Attaches to CPU unit. AFP7HSC2T Model number Remarks ⑤ Add-on Cassette (Optional) AFP7HSC4T ● Communication Cassette Model number Remarks RS-232C × 1ch AFP7CCS1 ③...

  • Page 12: Restrictions On Combinations Of Units

    Overview 1.2 Restrictions on Combinations of Units 1.2.1 Common Restrictions on Each Unit  You can use FP7 series combining the CPU unit with optional input/output units and intelligent units.  Up to 16 input/output units and intelligent units can be connected. ...

  • Page 13: Restrictions On Communication Functions To Be Used

    1.2 Restrictions on Combinations of Units 1.2.4 Restrictions on Communication Functions to be Used There are the following restrictions on functions to be used when using the SCU or ET-LAN that is built in the CPU unit, or the serial communication unit (SCU). Function to be used Restrictions Up to two communication ports can be used.

  • Page 14: Selection Of Power Supply And Restrictions On Combination

    Overview 1.3 Selection of Power Supply and Restrictions on Combination 1.3.1 Power Supply for Internal Circuit  Restrictions on combination of power supply for internal circuit and units  Power for internal circuit is supplied from a power supply terminal of the power supply unit or the CPU unit.

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    1.3 Selection of Power Supply and Restrictions on Combination  Output current of power supply units (24V) Product name Model number Rated output current (mA) 100 to 240V AC, 24W AFP7PSA1 1,000 Power Supply Unit 100 to 240V AC, 43W AFP7PSA2 1,800  Unit’s current consumption table (24V)

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    Overview Current Product name Model number consumption (mA) Analog Input Unit AFP7AD4H 100 mA or less Analog Output Unit AFP7DA4H 250 mA or less AFP7HSC2T 65 mA or less 2-ch type High-speed Counter Unit 4-ch type AFP7HSC4T 65 mA or less 2-axis, open collector output AFP7PG02T 65 mA or less...

  • Page 17: Power Supply For External Circuit

    1.3 Selection of Power Supply and Restrictions on Combination 1.3.2 Power Supply for External Circuit The 24 VDC power supply used as the input power supply of the input units and the output circuit driving power of the output units are supplied from the external terminal of each unit. ...

  • Page 18: Programming Tools

    Overview 1.4 Programming Tools  Required tools 1. Tool software FPWIN GR7  Dedicated to the FP7 series  Used for program editing, debugging and documentation. 2. PC connection cable  Use a commercial cable. Cable type Length USB 2.0 cable (A:miniB) Max.

  • Page 19: Names And Functions Of Parts

    Names and Functions of Parts Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 20: Cpu Unit

    Names and Functions of Parts 2.1 CPU Unit CPS41E/CPS31E/CPS31 CPS4E/CPS3E/CPS3 CPS41ES/CPS31ES/CPS31S  Names and functions of parts (1) Operation monitor LEDs Body display Contents color Blue Turns on when the CPU unit power is ON. Green Turns on in the RUN mode. Blinks during forced input/output. PROG.

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    2.1 CPU Unit (5) Power supply connector Connected with an external power supply (24V DC); When a power supply unit is used, do not connect this. (6) DIN hook Used for fixation on the DIN rail. (7) LAN port (CPS4E、CPS41E、CPS41ES、CPS3E、CPS31E、CPS31ES) Port for connection to Ethernet LAN (8) USB port Connected to a PC using the tool software...

  • Page 22: Power Supply Unit

    Names and Functions of Parts 2.2 Power Supply Unit  Names and functions of parts (1) POWER LED (blue) Turns on when power supply is turned on. (2) Power supply terminals Terminal block for power supply wiring. A solderless terminal for M3 can be used. (3) Earth terminals The unit should be grounded at a grounding resistance of 100 Ω...

  • Page 23: I/o Number Allocation

    I/O Number Allocation Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 24: Basics Of I/o Allocation

    I/O Number Allocation 3.1 Basics of I/O Allocation 3.1.1 How to Count the I/O Numbers  Counting and expression of the I/O numbers Since I/O numbers are handled in units of 16 points, they are expressed as a combination of a device type code and the lowest-digit of a decimal or hexadecimal number.

  • Page 25: Occupied I/o Points For Each Unit

    3.1 Basics of I/O Allocation 3.1.3 Occupied I/O Points for Each Unit  List of occupied words and I/O points by unit Occupied words (occupied I/O points) Unit Type Model number Input Output 2 words (32 points) 2 words (32 points) SCU built-in CPU Unit Common Fixed to WX0-WX1...

  • Page 26: Optional Allocation Using Fpwin Gr7

    I/O Number Allocation 3.2 Optional Allocation Using FPWIN GR7 3.2.1 Registration of a Unit to be Used and the Starting Word Number  Allocation method The unit to be used and the starting I/O number are set in the following procedure. PROCEDURE 1.

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    3.2 Optional Allocation Using FPWIN GR7 5. Select and double-click Slot No. 1. The "Unit selection" dialog box is displayed. 6. In the unit type field, select a unit to be attached. Subsequently, input words and output words are automatically entered. 7.

  • Page 28: Optional Settings In The "unit Selection" Dialog Box

    I/O Number Allocation 3.2.2 Optional Settings in the “Unit Selection” Dialog Box  Input time constants Input time constants for an input unit or a mixed input/output unit can be changed as necessary. Select, and set for each unit, a desirable value from "No settings", 0.1, 0.5, 1.0, 5.0, 10.0, 20.0 or 70.0 ms.

  • Page 29: Mount Allocation Using Fpwin Gr7

    3.3 Mount Allocation Using FPWIN GR7 3.3 Mount Allocation Using FPWIN GR7 3.3.1 Mount Registration of a Unit to be Used and the Starting Word Number  What is mount registration? If all units to be used are physically at hand, you can connect FPWIN GR7 online to the FP7 CPU unit, read the actual mount status, and complete registration.

  • Page 30: Changing The Starting Word Number

    I/O Number Allocation 3.3.2 Changing the Starting Word Number When you want to change the starting word number following mount registration, please take the following procedure.  Allocation method Changing the starting word number following mount registration should be performed in the following procedure.

  • Page 31: Automatic Allocation

    3.4 Automatic Allocation 3.4 Automatic Allocation 3.4.1 Allocation without Using FPWIN GR7  What is automatic allocation? In cases where optional allocation or mount registration is not performed using FPWIN GR7, the system automatically allocates starting word numbers and I/O numbers in order of attachment of units.

  • Page 32: I/o Map Registration

    I/O Number Allocation 3.5 I/O Map Registration 3.5.1 I/O Map Registration  What is I/O map registration? This refers to a status where I/O map information is registered in the CPU unit. To register an I/O map, the following methods are available. ...

  • Page 33: Installation And Wiring

    Installation and Wiring Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 34: Installation

    Installation and Wiring 4.1 Installation 4.1.1 Installation Environment and Space  Installation environment Operating environment (Use the unit within the range of the general specifications when installing)  Ambient temperatures: 0 to +55 C  Ambient humidity: 10 to 95%RH (at 25C, no-condensing) ...

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    4.1 Installation  Do not install the unit stacked up, horizontally or upside down. Doing so will prevent proper cooling of the unit and cause overheating inside.  Do not install the unit above devices which generate heat such as heaters, transformers or large scale resistors.

  • Page 36: Attaching Units

    Installation and Wiring 4.1.2 Attaching Units  Attach unit attachment connectors on the side of each unit.  Make sure to connect an end unit to the right of the end unit.  After attaching units, attach the assembly to the DIN rail. ...

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    4.1 Installation Lock the fixing hook.  Unit removing procedure Release the fixing hook on the side of the unit. Slide the unit horizontally to remove it. NOTES  Make sure to turn off power supply before attaching a unit. ...

  • Page 38: Din Rail Attachment

    Installation and Wiring 4.1.3 DIN Rail Attachment  DIN rail attachment procedure Fully pull out the DIN rail attachment lever on the back of the unit. Fit the top of the unit attachment part into the DIN rail. While pressing down the unit attachment part onto the DIN rail, fit the bottom of the unit attachment part into the DIN rail.

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    4.1 Installation  DIN rail removal procedure Fully pull out the DIN rail attachment lever on the back of the unit. Pull the bottom of the unit forward. While pulling up the unit, remove it from the DIN rail. Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 40: Wiring The Power Supply

    Installation and Wiring 4.2 Wiring the Power Supply 4.2.1 Common Precautions  To avoid the influence of noises  Use a low noise power supply.  The inherent noise resistance is sufficient for the noise superimposed on the power wires, however, the noise can be attenuated further by using the isolation transformer.

  • Page 41: Wiring For Power Supply Units

    Rated input Allowable voltage Rated output Rated output number voltage range capacity current AFP7PSA1 100 to 240 V AC 85 to 264 V AC 24 W AFP7PSA2 100 to 240 V AC 85 to 264 V AC 43 W 1.8 A ...

  • Page 42: Wiring For The Power Supply Part Of The Cpu Unit

    Installation and Wiring 4.2.3 Wiring for the Power Supply Part of the CPU Unit  When the CPU unit is used with 24V DC power supply, perform wiring for power supply as follows.  Use the power supply cables (Part No.:AFPG805) that come with the unit to connect the power supply.

  • Page 43: Grounding

    4.2 Wiring the Power Supply 4.2.4 Grounding  Ground the instrument to ensure sufficient noise suppression.  The point of grounding should be as close to the PLC as possible. The ground wire should be as short as possible.  Sharing the ground with another device may have an adverse effect. Therefore, be sure that grounding is dedicated.

  • Page 44: Safety Measures

    Installation and Wiring 4.3 Safety Measures 4.3.1 Safety Circuit  Precautions regarding system design  In certain applications, malfunction may occur for the following reasons: Power on timing differences between the PLC system and input/output or mechanical power apparatus. Response time lag when a momentary power drop occurs. Abnormality in the PLC unit, external power supply, or other devices.

  • Page 45: Alarm Output

    4.3 Safety Measures 4.3.3 Alarm Output  A power supply unit has an alarm output contact that can be used for releasing alarm signals to outside in the event of error.  The relay contact for alarm output is closed when power supply is ON. If the watchdog timer is operated due to a hardware error or a program error, the relay contact is turned into an open status.

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    Installation and Wiring 4-14 Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 47: Operation

    Operation Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 48: Before Powering On

    Operation 5.1 Before Powering On 5.1.1 Check Points Once wiring has been completed, check the following points before powering on.  Check Points Items Description Attaching Units • Does the product name match the device list during the design stage? •...

  • Page 49: Procedures Before Starting Operation

    5.1 Before Powering On 5.1.2 Procedures before Starting Operation Procedures following installation and wiring and before starting operation are as follows. 1. Powering on (1) Before powering on, carry out a check referring to "5.1.1 Check Points". (2) After powering on, check that the POWER LED (Blue) and PROG. LED (Green) are ON on the CPU unit.

  • Page 50: Ram/rom Operation

    Operation 5.2 RAM/ROM Operation 5.2.1 Transmission of the Project Set the mode switch to "PROG". Check that the card operation switch is set to "ROM", and subsequently power on the unit.  Switch setting conditions Switch Setting Mode switch PROG. Card operation switch ...

  • Page 51: Operations Following Powering On

    5.2 RAM/ROM Operation 5.2.2 Operations following Powering On When the unit is powered on, whether in the PROG. mode or in the RUN mode, the project is transmitted from ROM1 to RAM.  Switch setting conditions Switch Setting Mode switch PROG.

  • Page 52: Data Hold During Power Failure

    Operation 5.2.3 Data Hold During Power Failure The FP7 CPU unit backs up most data into ROM (non-volatile memory).  Data saved in ROM (non-volatile memory) • Project data (programs, configuration data, comments) • Hold type data in the operation memory •...

  • Page 53: Backing Up The Project

    5.3 Backing Up the Project 5.3 Backing Up the Project 5.3.1 Transmission from the Execution Memory RAM to the Backup Memory ROM2 In normal operation, you can save your project in the execution memory RAM/ROM1, and use the saved data. In order to prepare for unplanned rewriting, backup memory ROM2 is also installed.

  • Page 54: Transmission From The Backup Memory Rom2 To The Execution Memory Ram/rom1

    Operation 5.3.2 Transmission from the Backup Memory ROM2 to the Execution Memory RAM/ROM1 It is possible to transmit the backup project saved in ROM2 to RAM/ROM1 to be used as an execution project.  Switch setting conditions Switch Setting PROG. Mode switch Card operation switch ...

  • Page 55: Sd Memory Card Operation

    5.4 SD Memory Card Operation 5.4.1 Preparing SD Memory Cards  Usable SD memory cards Use of Panasonic SD memory cards (for industrial use) is recommended. (Note) An operation check has not been conducted for SD memory cards made by other manufacturers.

  • Page 56: How To Insert An Sd Memory Card

    Operation 5.4.2 How to Insert an SD Memory Card Take the following procedure to insert an SD memory card.  Procedure Open the card cover on the surface of the CPU unit. Press in an SD memory card into the SD memory card slot until it locks.

  • Page 57: Saving An Execution File For Sd Memory Card Operation

    5.4 SD Memory Card Operation 5.4.3 Saving an Execution File for SD Memory Card Operation In order to enable operation by an SD memory card, it is necessary to convert the created project into an auto execution file. Take the following procedure. PROCEDURE 1.

  • Page 58: Provisional Operation By An Sd Memory Card

    Operation 5.4.4 Provisional Operation by an SD Memory Card  Provisional operation of a project saved in an SD memory card Insert an SD memory card, set the mode switch to "RUN", and set the card operation switch to "CARD" to enable provisional operation of a project saved in the card. ...

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    5.4 SD Memory Card Operation  Operations during SD Memory Card Operation If the following steps are taken, the unit runs in the "SD memory card operation" mode. Until the unit is powered off, it cannot be switched into RAM/ROM operation. Example 1: 1) Power on the unit while the card operation switch is set to "ROM".

  • Page 60: Transmission From An Sd Memory Card To The Execution Memory

    Operation 5.4.5 Transmission from an SD Memory Card to the Execution Memory Insert an SD memory card, and set the mode switch to "COPY", in order to transmit a project saved in the SD memory card to ROM1 and write it in as an execution project. ...

  • Page 61: Precautions Concerning Sd Memory Card Operation

    5.4 SD Memory Card Operation  When power is ON 1. Change to the PROG. mode. 2. Attach an SD memory card that houses the auto execution file "autoexec.fp7" and the comment file "comment.fp7" for a project to the CPU unit. 3.

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    Operation 5-16 Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 63: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 64: Self-diagnosis Function

    Troubleshooting 6.1 Self-Diagnosis Function 6.1.1 CPU Unit's Operation Monitor LED The CPU unit has a self-diagnostic function which identifies errors and stops operation if necessary. Indications concerning self-diagnosis are as follows.  LED indications concerning self-diagnosis errors LED indications on the CPU unit Operation Description PROG...

  • Page 65: What To Do If An Error Occurs

    6.2 What to Do If an Error Occurs 6.2 What to Do If an Error Occurs 6.2.1 ERROR LED Flashes on the CPU Unit  Condition A self-diagnostic error has occurred.  Solution Confirm the status in the following procedure. PROCEDURE 1.

  • Page 66: Prog Mode Does Not Change To Run

    Troubleshooting 6.2.2 PROG Mode Does Not Change to RUN  Condition: A syntax error or a self-diagnosis error that caused operation to stop has occurred.  Solution: Confirm the status in the following procedure. PROCEDURE 1. Confirm that the ERROR or ALARM LED is not turned on. 2.

  • Page 67: Power Led Does Not Turn On On The Power Supply Unit

    6.2 What to Do If an Error Occurs 6.2.4 POWER LED Does Not Turn ON on the Power Supply Unit  Condition: It is possible that sufficient power is not supplied.  Solution: Confirm the status in the following procedure. PROCEDURE 1.

  • Page 68: If Expected Output Is Not Available

    Troubleshooting 6.2.6 If Expected Output Is Not Available  Condition: Both software reasons (e.g. program, I/O allocation) and hardware reasons (e.g. wiring, power supply) are possible.  Solution (check of the output side) Proceed from the check of the output side to the check of the input side. PROCEDURE 1.

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    6.2 What to Do If an Error Occurs terminal, there is probably an abnormality in the power supply or the input device. 4. Monitor the input status using the tool software FPWIN GR7. If the input monitored is off, there is probably an abnormality with the unit's input part.

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    Troubleshooting Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 71: Maintenance And Inspection

    Maintenance and Inspection Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 72: Handling Of Backup Battery

    Maintenance and Inspection 7.1 Handling of Backup Battery 7.1.1 Functions of Backup Battery When the calendar timer function is to be used, attach the separately sold backup battery.  Area backed up by the backup battery Calendar timer data  Types of Backup Battery (separately sold) Appearance Product name Description...

  • Page 73: Replacement Of Backup Battery

    7.1 Handling of Backup Battery 7.1.2 Replacement of Backup Battery FP7 CPU unit's backup battery can be replaced while power is on. Replace the backup battery in the following procedure.  Procedure Open the SD memory card cover on the surface of the CPU unit. Remove the battery connector.

  • Page 74: Lifetime And Replacement Interval Of Backup Battery

    Maintenance and Inspection 7.1.3 Lifetime and Replacement Interval of Backup Battery  Lifetime of backup battery Lifetime of backup battery Suggested replacement interval 3.3 years or more 5 years (Note 1) The lifetime indicated above is the value when no power at all is supplied. (Note 2) Note that the lifetime in actual use may be shorter than the indicated value depending on the use conditions.

  • Page 75: Inspection

    7.2 Inspection 7.2 Inspection In order to use the unit in the optimal conditions, ensure routine/periodic inspection.  Inspection items Related Inspection Items Description Criteria Pages Power Supply Unit Check POWER LED on power Normal if on p.2-4 supply unit Body of the Power Supply Unit Periodic replacement p.2-4...

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    Maintenance and Inspection Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 77: Specifications

    Specifications Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 78: Cpu Unit Specifications

    (Note 1) When a programmable display GT series is connected to the GT power supply terminal of the CPU unit, use it within the range of 21.6 to 26.4 V DC. (Note 2) 10 ms when an AC power supply unit (AFP7PSA1/AFP7PAS2) is used (Note 3) Cutoff current: 50 mA (Note 4) With 500 V DC megohmmeter Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 79

    8.1 CPU Unit Specifications  Weight Product name Model number Weight 100 to 240V AC, 24W AFP7PSA1 Approx. 240g Power Supply Unit 100 to 240V AC, 3W AFP7PSA2 Approx. 290g CPU Unit AFP7CPS* Approx. 220g AFP7CCS1, AFP7CCS2, AFP7CCM1, Approx. 25g...

  • Page 80: Performance Specifications

    Specifications 8.1.2 Performance Specifications Items Description Program method Relay symbol method Control method Cyclic operation method Basic configuration Max. 1,024 points (64 points x 16 slots) Controllable When the PHLS remote I/O points Max. 16,128 points (1,008 points x 16 slots) I/O system is used Built-in memory Execution project saving memory (RAM and ROM1) : Non-volatile...

  • Page 81

    8.1 CPU Unit Specifications Items Description Master control relay (MCR) No limits (no numbers) Labels (JMP, LOOP) Max. 65,535 points per PB Differential points (DF, DFI) Depending on the program capacity No. of step ladders No restriction Max. 65,535 points per PB No.

  • Page 82: Cpu Unit Communication Specifications

    Specifications 8.1.3 CPU Unit Communication Specifications  USB port (for tool software) Items Description Standard USB2.0 FULL SPEED Communication function MEWTOCOL-COM (slave), MEWTOCOL7-COM (slave)  COM0 port Items Description Interface RS-232C Transmission distance 15 m Baud rate 300, 600, 1,200, 2,400, 4,800, 9,600, 19,200, 38,400, 57,600, 115,200 bit/s Communication method Half-duplex transmission Synchronous method...

  • Page 83

    8.1 CPU Unit Specifications  LAN port (CPS4E / CPS41E/ CPS3E / CPS31E) Items Description Interface 100BASE-TX / 10BASE-T Baud rate 100 Mbps, 10 Mbps auto-negotiation (Note 1) Transmission system Baseband Max. segment length 100 m (Note 2) Communication cable UTP (Category 5) 100BASE-TX: 2 segments Max.

  • Page 84: Operation Memory Area

    Specifications 8.1.4 Operation Memory Area Name Usable devices and ranges Functions External input 8,192 points (X0 to X511F) (Note 1) Turns on or off based on external input. External 8,192 points (Y0 to Y511F) (Note 1) Externally outputs on or off state. output Relay which turns on or off only within Internal relay...

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    8.1 CPU Unit Specifications Name Usable devices and ranges Functions 15 double words (I0 to IE) Register can be used as an address of Index register (with a switching function) memory area and constants modifier. Timer set value 4,096 double words Data memory for storing timer target area (TS0 to TS4095) (Note 2)

  • Page 86: List Of System Relays

    Specifications 8.1.5 List of System Relays Device Name Description number Turns on when a self-diagnosis error occurs. Self-diagnosis error Self-diagnostic error flag codes are saved in the system data register SD0. Turns on when a unit alarm is detected. The slot number of the unit Unit alarm occurrence where an alarm has occurred is saved in the system data register SD1.

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    8.1 CPU Unit Specifications Device Name Description number SR10 Normally-on relay Is normally on. SR11 Normally-off relay Is normally off. SR12 Scan relay Turns on or off in each scan. Goes on for only the first scan after operation (RUN) has been SR13 Initial pulse relay (ON) started, and goes off for the second and subsequent scans.

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    Specifications Device Name Description number ON: RUN mode SR20 CPU operation modes OFF: PROG. mode ON: SD memory card SR21 Operation program memory OFF: ROM Turns on if an error is detected in calendar timer data when the SR22 RTC data error unit is powered on.

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    8.1 CPU Unit Specifications Device Name Description number ON: Cover open SR30 SD slot cover status flag OFF: Cover closed SD memory card attachment ON: With an SD memory card SR31 flag OFF: Without an SD memory card SD memory card recognition ON: Completed recognition of an SD memory card SR32 completed flag...

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    Specifications WS10 (Logging trace control relays: For LOG0) Device Name Description number Turns on when the logging trace is performed. Other relays in SR100 Logging trace execution LOGn turns off while this relay turns on. Storing data in the buffer memory is executed while this relay turns on. Turns on when writing files to a SD card becomes enabled SR101 SD card logging execution...

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    8.1 CPU Unit Specifications WS11 - WS25 (Logging trace control relays: For LOG1 - LOG15) Device Name Description number SR110 Logging trace control relay -SR119 For LOG1 SR120 Logging trace control relay -SR129 For LOG2 SR130 Logging trace control relay -SR139 For LOG3 SR140...

  • Page 92

    Specifications WS100 - WS149 Device Name Description number Can monitor program blocks that are being started up. SR1000 to SR1499 are allocated to 500 PBs. Device PB number number SR1000 PB 000 SR1001 PB 001 SR1002 PB 002 SR1000 Program block ----- ----- to SR1499...

  • Page 93: List Of System Data Registers

    8.1 CPU Unit Specifications 8.1.6 List of System Data Registers SD0 – SD39 Device Name Description number Self-diagnostic error code Stores the error code when a self-diagnosis error occurred. Saves the slot number of the unit where an alarm has Alarm Occurrence Unit Slot No.

  • Page 94

    Specifications SD50 - SD85 Device Name Description number SD50 Calendar timer (year) Saves year, month, day, hour, minute, second and day-of-the- SD51 Calendar timer (month) week data of the calendar timer as 16-bit binary data. The SD52 Calendar timer (day) built-in calendar timer will operate correctly through the year 2099 and support leap years.

  • Page 95

    8.1 CPU Unit Specifications SD100 - SD115 and SD120 - SD125 (For logging trace control) Device Name Description number SD100 Buffer free space for LOG0 SD101 Buffer free space for LOG1 SD102 Buffer free space for LOG2 SD103 Buffer free space for LOG3 SD104 Buffer free space for LOG4 SD105...

  • Page 96: Error Codes Table

    Specifications 8.1.7 Error Codes Table Error codes 1 to 27 Code Name Operation Error contents and steps to take CPU hardware error 1 Stop There may be a hardware problem. Please contact your dealer. CPU hardware error 2 Stop I/O bus power supply Error in the I/O bus part is probable, such that the end unit has error (including "no Stop...

  • Page 97

    8.1 CPU Unit Specifications Error codes 40 to 55 Code Name Operation Error contents and steps to take Copy failure Stop The card cover is open and the copy process cannot be Cover open Auto clear executed. Close the cover. Copy failure Stop Copying cannot be executed because there is no SD...

  • Page 98

    Specifications Error codes 80 to 106 Code Name Operation Error contents and steps to take An alarm has occurred in an attached unit. Check the Select Unit alarm occurrence status of the unit in the slot number saved in the (Default stop) system data register SD1.

  • Page 99

    8.1 CPU Unit Specifications Error codes 120 to 127, 1000 to 2999 Code Name Operation Error contents and steps to take An error has been detected in clock data of the RTC data error Continue calendar timer. Power supply unit It is alarmed that the power supply unit is close to its Continue lifetime warning...

  • Page 100: Power Supply Unit Specifications

    Overvoltage category Category II or lower Pollution degree Pollution degree 2 or lower AFP7PSA1: approx. 240g Weight (main unit) AFP7PSA2: approx. 290g (Note) Cutoff current: 10 mA (Factory default setting) 8-24 Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 101: Performance Specifications

    40 A (0-P) or less; Cold start Leakage current 0.75 mA or less between AC input and protective earth terminals Momentary power drop time 10 ms or more AFP7PSA1: 24V DC, 1A Rated output current (Note 1) AFP7PSA2: 24V DC, 1.8A Output Overcurrent protection (Note 2) Guaranteed lifetime 27,000 hours (+55C)

  • Page 102: Dimensions

    Specifications 8.3 Dimensions 8.3.1 Power Supply Unit (12.8) 8-26 Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 103: Cpu Unit

    8.3 Dimensions 8.3.2 CPU Unit (10) 8.3.3 Terminal Block Type Unit Applicable units: Digital I/O units (16), Analog I/O units (18) 8-27 Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 104: Connector Type Unit

    Specifications 8.3.4 Connector Type Unit Applicable units: Digital I/O units (32/64), High-speed counter unit, Pulse output unit, Positioning unit (19) 8-28 Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 105: Serial Communication Unit

    8.3 Dimensions 8.3.5 Serial Communication Unit The drawing below shows the state that two communication cassettes are attached. (10) 8.3.6 PHLS Master Unit (12.8) 8-29 Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 106: End Unit

     When the power supply unit AFP7PSA1 is used FP7 system full width = Power supply unit AFP7PSA1 + CPU unit + n devices (input/output units and intelligent units) + End unit = 50mm + 40mm + (n x 28mm) + 14.5mm = 104.5mm + (n x 28mm)

  • Page 107

    8.3 Dimensions FP7 system full width = Power supply unit AFP7PSA2 + CPU unit + n devices (input/output units and intelligent units) + End unit = 70mm + 40mm + (n x 28mm) + 14.5mm = 124.5mm + (n x 28mm) 8-31 Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 108

    Specifications  When no power supply unit is used FP7 system full width = CPU unit + n devices (input/output units and intelligent units) + End unit = 40mm + (n x 28mm) + 14.5mm = 54.5mm + (n x 28mm) 8-32 Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 109

    Record of changes Manual No. Date Record of Changes WUME-FP7CPUH-01 Mar.2013 First Edition WUME-FP7CPUH-02 Jun.2013 Second Edition - Added new models CPU units CPS3E and CPS3 I/O units Y32P, Y64P and XY64D2P - Error correction WUME-FP7CPUH-03 Oct.2013 Third Edition - Added new models High-speed Counter Unit WUME-FP7CPUH-04 Dec.2013 Fourth Edition...

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