Download  Print this page

Advertisement

T y p e A 1 S J H C P U
Thank you for purchasing the Mitsubishi programmable controller
MELSEC-A series.
Prior to use, please read both this and relevant manuals
thoroughly to fully understand the product.
©1994 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
Mitsubishi Programmable Controller
MODEL
MODEL
CODE
User's Manual
A1SJCPU(H/W)-U-E
13JE60
IB(NA)-66469-L(0810)MEE
(Hardware)

Advertisement

Table of Contents

   Also See for Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC-A series

   Related Manuals for Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC-A series

   Summary of Contents for Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC-A series

  • Page 1 Mitsubishi Programmable Controller User's Manual (Hardware) Thank you for purchasing the Mitsubishi programmable controller MELSEC-A series. Prior to use, please read both this and relevant manuals thoroughly to fully understand the product. A1SJCPU(H/W)-U-E MODEL MODEL 13JE60 CODE IB(NA)-66469-L(0810)MEE ©1994 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION...
  • Page 3 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Be sure to read these instructions before use.) Before using the product, read this and relevant manuals carefully and handle the product correctly with full attention to safety. In this manual, SAFETY PRECAUTIONS are classified into 2 levels: "DANGER"...
  • Page 4 [DESIGN PRECAUTIONS] DANGER (2) When the programmable controller detects the following error conditions, it stops the operation and turn off all the outputs. The overcurrent protection device or overvoltage protection device of the power supply module is activated. The programmable controller CPU detects an error such as a watchdog timer error by the self-diagnostics function.
  • Page 5 [DESIGN PRECAUTIONS] DANGER When controlling a running programmable controller (data modification) by connecting a peripheral device to the CPU module or a PC to a special function module, create an interlock circuit on sequence programs so that the whole system functions safely all the time. Also, before performing any other controls (e.g.
  • Page 6 [INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION Use the programmable controller under the environment specified in the user’s manual. Otherwise, it may cause electric shocks, fires, malfunctions, product deterioration or damage. Insert the module fixing projection into the fixing hole in the base unit and then tighten the module mounting screw within the specified torque.
  • Page 7 [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] DANGER Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system before wiring. Failure to do so may result in an electric shock or damage of the product. Before energizing and operating the system after wiring, be sure to attach the terminal cover supplied with the product.
  • Page 8 [STARTUP AND MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS] DANGER Do not touch any terminal during power distribution. Doing so may cause an electric shock. Properly connect batteries. Do not charge, disassemble, heat or throw them into the fire and do not make them short-circuited and soldered. Incorrect battery handling may cause personal injuries or a fire due to exothermic heat, burst and/or ignition.
  • Page 9 [DISPOSAL PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION When disposing of the product, treat it as an industrial waste. When disposing of batteries, separate them from other wastes according to the local regulations. (For details of the battery directive in EU member states, refer to the A1SJH/A1SH/A2SHCPU(S1) User’s manual.) [TRANSPORTATION PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION...
  • Page 10 REVISIONS *The manual number is given on the bottom right of the front cover. Print Date *Manual Number Revision Mar., 1994 IB(NA) 66469-A First edition Oct., 1995 IB(NA) 66469-B Jan., 1996 IB(NA) 66469-C Jun., 1997 IB(NA) 66469-D Sep., 1998 IB(NA) 66469-E Correction Safety precautions, Chapter1, Chapter2, Chapter3, Chapter4, Chapter5...
  • Page 11 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 12: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1. SPECIFICATIONS ..................... 1 1.1 SPECIFICATIONS..................1 2. PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS ............... 2 2.1 Performance Specifications................2 3. EMC DIRECTIVES AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVES ......3 3.1 Requirements for Compliance with EMC Directives ........3 3.1.1 EMC standards ..................4 3.1.2 Installation instructions for EMC Directive ..........
  • Page 13 This manual describes EMC standards and Low-Voltage instructions the handling precautions, and error codes of: A1SJHCPU (abbreviated to CPU in this manual) Manuals The manuals related to A1SJHCPU are listed below. Refer to the following manuals when necessary. Detailed manuals Manual No.
  • Page 14 USER PRECAUTONS Precautions when using the AnS series For a new CPU module, which has never used before, the contents of built-in RAM and device data are undefined. Make sure to clear the built-in RAM memory (PC memory all clear) in the CPU module by peripheral devices and operate latch clear by RUN/STOP key switches.
  • Page 15: Specifications

    1. SPECIFICATIONS 1.1 SPECIFICATIONS Table 1.1 General specification Item Specifications Ambient 0 to 55 °C operating temperature Ambient storage −20 to 75 °C temperature Ambient operating 10 to 90 % RH, No-condensing humidity Ambient storage 10 to 90 % RH, No-condensing humidity No.
  • Page 16: Performance Specifications

    2. PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS 2.1 Performance Specifications The memory capacities of A1SJHCPU module, performances of devices, etc., are presented below. Table 2.1 Performance specifications Type A1SJHCPU Item Control system Repeated operation (using stored program) I/O control method Refresh mode/Direct mode selectable Language dedicated to sequence control.
  • Page 17: Emc Directives And Low Voltage Directives

    3. EMC DIRECTIVES AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVES The products sold in the European countries have been required by law to comply with the EMC Directives and Low Voltage Directives of the EU Directives since 1996 and 1997, respectively. The manufacturers must confirm by self-declaration that their products meet the requirements of these directives, and put the CE mark on the products.
  • Page 18: Emc Standards

    3.1.1 EMC standards When the programmable controller is installed following the directions given in this manual its EMC performance is compliant to the following standards and levels as required by the EMC directive. Specifications Test Item Test Description Standard Values 30M-230 M Hz QP: 30dBμ...
  • Page 19: Installation Instructions For Emc Directive

    3.1.2 Installation instructions for EMC Directive The programmable controller is open equipment and must be installed within a control cabinet for use.* This not only ensures safety but also ensues effective shielding of programmable controller-generated electromagnetic noise. * : Also, each network remote station needs to be installed inside the control panel.
  • Page 20: Cables

    3.1.3 Cables The cables pulled out of the control panel contain a high frequency noise component. On the outside of the control panel, therefore, they serve as antennas to emit noise. Ensure to use shielded cables for the cables, which are connected to the I/O modules, special modules and those pulled out to outside of the control panel.
  • Page 21 (2) MELSECNET (II) and MELSECNET/10 units (a) Use a double-shielded coaxial cable for the MELSECNET unit which uses coaxial cables. Noise in the range of 30 MHz or higher in radiation noise can be suppressed by the use of double-shielded coaxial cables (Mitsubishi Cable: 5C-2V-CCY).
  • Page 22 (c) Always use double-shielded coaxial cables as the coaxial cables*2 connected to the 10BASE2 connectors. Earth the double-shielded coaxial cable by connecting its outer shield to the ground. Shield Earth here Refer to (1) for the earthing of the shield. *2: Make sure to install a ferrite core for the cable.
  • Page 23 (5) Positioning Modules Precautions to be followed when the machinery conforming to the EMC Directive is configured using the A1SD75P -S3 are described below. (a) When wiring with a 2 m (6.56 ft.) or less cable • Ground the shield section of the external wiring cable with the cable clamp.
  • Page 24 (c) Ferrite core and cable clamp types and required quantities • Cable clamp Type : AD75CK (Mitsubishi Electric) • Ferrite core Type : ZCAT3035-1330 (TDK ferrite core) • Required quantity Required Qty Cable length Prepared part 1 axis 2 axes 3 axes Within 2 m (6.56 ft.)
  • Page 25: Power Supply Module

    [Simplified diagram] Local module Remote module Master module (Blue) (White) Terminal (Yellow) Terminal resistor resistor CC-Link CC-Link dedicated dedicated cable cable (d) Power line connecting to the external power supply terminal (compliant with I/O power port of CE standard) should be 30m (98.43 ft.) or less. Power line connecting to module power supply terminal (compliant with main power port of CE standard) should be 10m (32.81 ft.) or less.
  • Page 26: Ferrite Core

    3.1.5 Ferrite core A ferrite core has the effect of reducing radiated noise in the 30 M Hz to 100 M Hz band. With the exception of some models, it is not required to fit ferrite cores to cables, but it is recommended to fit ferrite cores if shield cables pulled out of the enclosure do not provide sufficient shielding effects.*1 The ferrite cores used in our tests are TDK's ZCAT3035.
  • Page 27: Noise Filter (power Supply Line Filter)

    3.1.6 Noise filter (power supply line filter) A noise filter is a component which has an effect on conducted noise. With the exception of some models, it is not required to fit the noise filter to the power supply line, but fitting it can further suppress noise. (The noise filter has the effect of reducing conducted noise of 10 M Hz or less.) Use any of the following noise filters (double type filters) or equivalent.
  • Page 28: Requirements For Compliance With Low Voltage Directives

    3.2 Requirements for Compliance with Low Voltage Directives The Low Voltage Directives apply to the electrical equipment operating from 50 to 1000VAC or 75 to 1500VDC; the manufacturer must ensure the adequate safety of the equipment. Guidelines for installation and wiring of MELSEC-AnS series programmable controller are provided in Section 3.2.1 to 3.2.7 for the purpose of compliance with the EMC Directives.
  • Page 29: Power Supply

    3.2.3 Power supply The insulation specification of the power module was designed assuming installation category II. Be sure to use the installation category II power supply to the programmable controller. The installation category indicates the durability level against surge voltage generated by a thunderbolt.
  • Page 30: Module Installation

    3.2.5 Module installation (1) Installing modules contiguously In Q2AS series programmable controllers, the left side of each I/O module is left open. When installing an I/O module to the base, do not make any open slots between any two modules. If there is an open slot on the left side of a module with 100/200 VAC rating, the printed board which contains the hazardous voltage circuit becomes bare.
  • Page 31: Loading And Installation

    4. LOADING AND INSTALLATION 4.1 Installing the Module 4.1.1 Notes on handling the module This section explains some notes on handling the CPU module, I/O module, special function module, power supply module, and base unit. (1) Do not drop or allow any impact to the modules case, memory card, terminal block cover, or pin connector.
  • Page 32: Installation Environment

    4.1.2 Installation environment Avoid the following environment when you install the CPU system: (1) A location in which the ambient temperature falls outside the range of 0 to 55 degrees Celsius. (2) A location in which the ambient humidity falls outside the range of 10 to 90%RH.
  • Page 33: Notes On Installing The Base Unit

    I/D2 I/D3 I/D4 (LG) Hazardous voltage. (FG) PULL 310 (12.20) 330 (12.99) (b) External base unit MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION A1S58B Dimensions: mm (inch) A1S52B (S1) A1S55B (S1) A1S58B (S1) A1S65B (S1) A1S68B (S1) 155 (6.10) 260 (10.24) 365 (14.37) 315 (12.40) 420 (16.54)
  • Page 34 (2) Module installation position To maintain good ventilation and make it easy to replace the module, keep the following distances between the top and bottom of the module and the structure or other components. A1SJHCPU, A1S5 B, A1S6 B ........30 mm (1.18 inch) or over A5 B, A6 B ..............
  • Page 35 (5) Install the unit far from any source of vibration, such as a large magnetic contactor and a no-fuse breaker on the same panel, or install it on a separate panel. (6) Keep the following distance between the programmable controller and other devices (such as a contactor and a relay) in order to avoid the influence of radiated noise and heat: a device installed in front of the programmable controller...
  • Page 36: Fail-safe Circuit Concept

    4.2 Fail-Safe Circuit Concept When the programmable controller is powered ON and then OFF, improper outputs may be generated temporarily depending on the delay time and start-up time differences between the programmable controller power supply and the external power supply for the control target (especially, DC). For example, if the external power supply for the control target is powered ON and then the programmable controller is powered ON, the DC output module may generate incorrect outputs temporarily upon the programmable controller...
  • Page 37 Create a safety circuit outside the programmable controller to DANGER ensure the whole system will operate safely even if an external power failure or a programmable controller failure occurs. Install the emergency stop switch outside the controlpanel so that workers can operate it easily. Otherwise, incorrect output or malfunction may cause an accident.
  • Page 38 When controlling a running programmable controller (data DANGER modification) by connecting a peripheral device to the CPU module or a PC to a special function module, create an interlock circuit on sequence programs so that the whole system functions safely all the time. Also, before performing any other controls (e.g.
  • Page 39 (1) System design circuit example AC system AC/DC system Power supply Power supply Transformer Transformer DC power supply Fuse Fuse established signal CPU module input CPU module DC power SM52 Start/stop circuit SM52 supply Can be started SM403 (+)(−) SM403 by turning ON of Fuse RA1, which is the...
  • Page 40 (2) Fail-safe measures to cover the possibility of programmable controller failure Problems with a CPU module and memory can be detected by the self diagnostics function. However, problems with I/O control area may not be detected by the CPU module. In such cases, all I/O points turn ON or OFF depending on the problem, and normal operation and safety cannot be maintained.
  • Page 41 When constructing a failsafe circuit using ondelay timers only On-delay timer Internal program SM412 On-delay timer 0.5s 0.5s Externai load 24VDC CPU module Output module *1: Use a solid state relay for the M1 relay.
  • Page 42: Wiring

    4.3 Wiring 4.3.1 Performance specifications for the A1SJHCPU built-in power supply Table 4.1 Performance specifications for the A1SJHCPU built -in power supply Type A1SJHCPU Item +10% +10% 200 to 240VAC 100 to 120VAC -15% -15% Input power supply (85 to 132VAC) (170 to 264VAC) 50/60Hz ±3Hz Input frequency...
  • Page 43 POINT *1: Overcurrent protection The overcurrent protection device shuts off the 5VDC and/or 24VDC circuit(s) and stops the system if the current exceeding the specified value flows in the circuit(s). As this results in voltage drop, the power supply module LED turns OFF or is dimly lit.
  • Page 44: The Precautions On The Wirings

    4.3.2 The precautions on the wirings This section gives the wiring instruction for the system. DANGER Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system before wiring. Failure to do so may result in an electric shock or damage of the product. Before energizing and operating the system after wiring, be sure to attach the terminal cover supplied with the product.
  • Page 45 (1) Wiring of power supply (a) When voltage fluctuations are larger than the specified value, connect a constant-voltage transformer. Constant Programmable voltage controller transformer (b) Use a power supply which generates minimal noise between wires and between the programmable controller and ground. If excessive noise is generated, connect an insulating transformer.
  • Page 46 Do not connect multiple power supply modules to one CAUTION module in parallel. The power supply modules may be heated, resulting in a fire or failure. If the 24 VDC output capacity is insufficient for one power supply module, supply 24 VDC from the external 24 VDC power supply as shown below: 24VDC 24VDC 24VDC...
  • Page 47 (2) Wiring to I/O device (a) The solderless terminal with insulation sleeve is inapplicable to a terminal block. It is advisable to cover the wire connection part of a terminal with a mark tube or insulation tube. (b) Install wiring to a terminal block using the cable of core diameter 0.3 to 0.75mm , and outside diameter 2.8mm or less.
  • Page 48 (c) Use the cable of 2mm or more for grounding. Set the grounding point closer to the programmable controller to make the grounding cable short as possible. (d) If a malfunction occurs due to earthling, separate either LG or FG of the base module, the device combination, or all the connection from the earthling.
  • Page 49: Wiring To Module Terminals

    4.3.3 Wiring to module terminals This section explains the wiring of power lines and grounding lines to the main and extension bases. Insulation Transformer AC100/ A1SJHCPU 110V INPUT Fuse 100-120/200-240VAC Connect to the 24VDC terminals of an I/O module Extension base unit (A1S68B) that requires 24VDC internally.
  • Page 50: Precautions When Connecting The Uninterruptible Power Supply (ups)

    4.4 Precautions when Connecting the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Connect the Q2ASCPU system to the uninterruptible power supply (UPS), while paying attention to the followings. Use the on-line UPS or line interactive UPS (voltage distortion of 5% or less.) Alternatively, use the off-line UPS, i.e., FREQUPS-F series with serial number P or later (Mitsubishi).
  • Page 51: Parts Of The Cpu

    4.5 Parts of the CPU Parts of A1SJHCPU are described below. A1SJHCPU 13) 12) MELSEC STOP POWER LCLR RESET RESET ERROR MITSUBISHI INPUT OUTPUT 100-120VAC 5VDC 3A 200-240VAC 105VA 50/60Hz INPUT 100-120/200-240VAC (LG) I/O0 I/O1 I/O2 I/O3 I/O4 (FG) PULL 1) Base mounting hole 2) Power supply input terminal 3) LG terminal...
  • Page 52 13) "RUN" LED Indicates that the RUN/STOP key switch is set to the RUN position and the sequence program is being executed. OFF: The "RUN" LED is OFF in the following cases: When the 100/200 VAC power supply is not being supplied to the A1SJHCPU.
  • Page 53 15) Connector for installing the memory cassette 16) RS-422 connector 17) Battery 18) Cover 19) Battery connector 20) Dip switch Memory write protect switch (OFF: Memory write protect not allowed, ON: Memory write protected) I/O control switch (OFF: Refresh mode, ON: Direct mode) Method for clearing the latch status 1) Set the RUN/STOP switch from the STOP position to the L.CLR position several times, causing the RUN LED to flash.
  • Page 54: Specification And Connection Of I/o Modules

    5. SPECIFICATION AND CONNECTION OF I/O MODULES 5.1 Input modules 5.1.1 Input module specifications Operating Voltage No. of Rated Input Input Model Type Points Voltage Current ON voltage OFF voltage A1SX10 100 to 120VAC AC input 80VAC or higher 30VAC or lower A1SX10EU 100 to 120VAC A1SX20...
  • Page 55 Maximum Internal Max. Response Time Simultaneous Current NO. of Field Points/ Input Points Consump- Occupied (Percentage Wiring Common tion Points Simultaneously OFF to ON ON to OFF (5VDC) 100%(110VAC) 20ms or lower 35ms or lower 60%(132VAC) 100%(110VAC) 20ms or lower 35ms or lower 60%(220VAC) 30ms or lower...
  • Page 56: Input Module Connections

    5.1.2 Input module connections Rated Input Rated Input Model Model Voltage Voltage A1SX10 100 to 120 VAC A1SX30 12/24 VAC/DC A1SX10EU A1SX20 200 to 240 VAC A1SX20EU 9 and 18 are connected internally. − 12/24VAC − 12/24VDC Do not touch any 9 and 18 areconnected internally.
  • Page 57 Model Rated Input Voltage Model Rated Input Voltage A1SX41 12/24 VDC A1SX71 5/12/24 VDC A1SX41-S1(S2) 24 VDC A1SX42* 12/24 VDC B20 A20 A1SX42-S1* (S2) 24 VDC B19 A19 A1SX82-S1* B18 A18 B17 A17 B20 A20 B16 A16 B19 A19 B15 A15 B18 A18 B14 A14 B17 A17...
  • Page 58 Rated Input Model Voltage A1SX81 12/24 VDC A1SX81-S2 24 VDC − − Vacant Vacant are connected internally.
  • Page 59 Rated Input Model Pin Arrangement Voltage A1S42X 12/24 VDC Pin No. Input terminals Internal X38 X30 X28 X20 X18 X10 X08 X00 control circuit X39 X31 X29 X21 X19 X11 X09 X01 X3A X32 X2A X22 X1A X12 X0A X02 X3B X33 X2B X23 X1B X13 X0B X03 X3C X34 X2C X24 X1C X14 X0C X04 X3D X35 X2D X25 X1D X15 X0D X05...
  • Page 60: Output Modules

    5.2 Output modules 5.2.1 Output module specifications Max. Output Rated Max. Load Current No. of Response Time Model Type Load Points OFF to ON to Voltage Point Common Module A1SY10 A1SY10EU 100V to 10ms or 12ms or Relay Output 240VAC A1SY14EU lower lower...
  • Page 61 External Internal No. of Power Supply Points/ Surge Fuse Error Field Wiring Current Occupied (TYP VDC24) Common Suppression Rating display Consumption Points Current 0.090A 0.12A 0.090A 0.12A None None None 0.1A 0.12A 0.075A 0.24A 0.075A 0.24A CR absorber 0.002A *3 0.27A CR absorber Terminal...
  • Page 62 Max. Output Rated Max. Load Current No. of Response Time Model Type Load Points OFF to ON to Voltage Point Common Module Transistor Output 1ms or 1ms or A1SY71 (for TTL/CMOS) 5/12VDC 0.016A 0.256A lower lower sink type A1SY80 0.8A 3.2A 2ms or 2ms or...
  • Page 63 External Internal No. of Power Supply Points/ Surge Fuse Error Field Wiring Current Occupied (TYP VDC24) Common Suppression Rating display Consumption Points Current 40-pin connector None 1.6A 0.15A *4 0.4A Terminal 0.02A 0.12A Zener diode 3.2A 0.008A 0.5A 37-pin D-sub connector 2 Clamp diode None...
  • Page 64: Output Module Connections

    5.2.2 Output module connections Model Rated Load Voltage Model Rated Load Voltage A1SY10 240 VAC, 24 VDC A1SY10EU 120 VAC, 24 VDC − COM1 COM1 External load External load power supply power supply COM2 COM2 External load External load − + −...
  • Page 65 Model Rated Load Voltage Model Rated Load Voltage A1SY14EU 240 VAC, 24 VDC A1SY18A 240 VAC, 24 VDC A1SY18AEU COM1 External load External load power supply power supply External load power supply External load COM2 External load power supply power supply External load power supply External load...
  • Page 66 Rated Load Rated Load Model Model Voltage Voltage A1SY22 100/200 VAC A1SY28A 100/200 VAC COM1 AC100/200V COM2 AC100/200V Do not touch any Do not touch any terminal during terminal during power distribution. power distribution. DANGER DANGER Doing so may cause Doing so may cause an electric shock or an electric shock or...
  • Page 67 Rated Load Rated Load Model Model (10) Voltage Voltage A1SY50 12/24 VDC A1SY60E 5/12/24 VDC A1SY60 24 VDC For a load voltage of 12/24 VDC. + − COM1 − COM2 For a load voltage of 5 VDC. − COM2 + − −...
  • Page 68 Rated Load Rated Load Model Model Voltage Voltage (13) (14) A1SY41 A1SY42 12/24 VDC 12/24 VDC A1SY41P A1SY42P B20 A20 B20 A20 B19 A19 B19 A19 B18 A18 B18 A18 B17 A17 B17 A17 B16 A16 B16 A16 B15 A15 B15 A15 B14 A14 B14 A14...
  • Page 69 Model Rated Load Voltage Model Rated Load Voltage (15) (16) A1SY71 5/12 VDC A1SY81 12/24 VDC A1SY81EP B20 A20 B19 A19 B18 A18 B17 A17 B16 A16 B15 A15 B14 A14 B13 A13 B12 A12 B11 A11 B10 A10 B9 A9 B8 A8 B7 A7 B6 A6...
  • Page 70 Model Rated Load Voltage (17) A1SY82 12/24 VDC B20 A20 B19 A19 B18 A18 B17 A17 B16 A16 B15 A15 B14 A14 B13 A13 B12 A12 B11 A11 B10 A10 B9 A9 B8 A8 B7 A7 B6 A6 B5 A5 B4 A4 Vacant Vacant...
  • Page 71 Model Rated Load Voltage Pin Arrangement (18) A1S42Y 12/24 VDC Output terminals Pin No. A1S42Y Resistors to limit LED current Internal control circuit Internal YSCN0 Seen from front control face of the module circuit YSCN1 YSCN2 YSCN3 Signal Signal YSCN4 Internal Name Name...
  • Page 72: Input/output Combined Modules

    5.3 Input/output combined modules 5.3.1 Input/output combined module specifications Operating Voltage No. of Input Model Type Rated Input Voltage Points Current Voltage Voltage 8VDC or 4VDC or A1SH42 12/24VDC 2/5mA higher lower 15VDC or 3VDC or A1SH42-S1 24VDC higher lower DC Input A1SJ-56DT (sink type)
  • Page 73 Max. Response Time No. of Max. Simultaneous Input Points Occupied (Percentage Simultaneously ON) OFF to ON ON to OFF Points 10ms or lower 10ms or lower 60%(24VDC) 0.3ms or lower 0.3ms or lower 10ms or lower 10ms or lower 100%(26.4VDC) External Power External No.
  • Page 74: Input/output Composite Module Connections

    5.3.2 Input/output composite module connections Rated Input Rated Load Model Voltage Voltage A1SH42 12/24 VDC 12/24 VDC A1SH42-S1 24 VDC 12/24 VDC B20 A20 B20 A20 B19 A19 B19 A19 B18 A18 B18 A18 B17 A17 B17 A17 B16 A16 B16 A16 B15 A15 B15 A15...
  • Page 75 Rated Input Rated Load Model Voltage Voltage A1SJ-56DT 24 VDC 24 VDC Output side Input side 24VDC − COM3 − COM1 24VDC − COM4 24VDC − COM5 Vacant Vacant − Vacant COM2 Rated Input Rated Load Model Voltage Voltage A1SJ-56R 24 VDC 100/200 VDC Output side...
  • Page 76 Rated Input Rated Load Model Voltage Voltage 24 VDC/ A1SX48Y18 24 VDC 240 VAC − COM1 COM2 + − DC24V DC24V (For relay drive) Do not touch any terminal during power distribution. DANGER Doing so may cause an electric shock or malfunctions. Rated Input Rated Load Model...
  • Page 77: Error Codes

    ERROR CODES 6.1 Error Code List If an error occurs in the RUN mode, an error display or error code (including a step number) is stored in the special register by the self-diagnosis function. The error code reading procedure and the causes of and corrective actions for errors are shown in Table 6.1 6.1.1 Error Codes The following are the explanation about the descriptions and the causes of the...
  • Page 78 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Message Code States (D9008) (D9092) "INSTRCT. Stop Device specified by a Read the error step using a CODE dedicated instruction for CC- peripheral device and correct ERR"...
  • Page 79 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Message Code States (D9008) (D9092) "CAN’T — Stop (1)There is no jump destina- Read the error step by use of peripheral equipment and EXECUTE tion or multiple destina- (P)"...
  • Page 80 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Message Code States (D9008) (D9092) "CHK — Stop (1)Instructions (including (1)Check the program in the instruction circuit FORMAT ) except LD X , LDI ERR"...
  • Page 81 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Message Code States (D9008) (D9092) "ROM — Stop Parameters and/or (1)Correctly write parameters ERR" sequence programs are not and/or sequence correctly written to the programs to the memory mounted memory cassette.
  • Page 82 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Message Code States (D9008) (D9092) "END NOT — Stop (1)When the instruc- Reset and run the CPU mod- EXECUTE" tion was to be executed, ule again.
  • Page 83 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Message Code States (D9008) (D9092) "CONTROL- — Stop instruc- The hardware of the special FROM BUS ERR." tions cannot be executed. function module, CPU mod- (1)Error of control bus with ule or base unit is faulty.
  • Page 84 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Message Code States (D9008) (D9092) "SP. UNIT — Stop or (1)Access (execution of (1)Use the peripheral device ERROR" Continue instruction) to read and correct the FROM (set by has been made to a loca-...
  • Page 85 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Message Code States (D9008) (D9092) "OPERATI — Stop or (1)The result of BCD conver- Use the peripheral device to Continue sion exceeds the rated read and correct the error ERROR"...
  • Page 86: Appendices

    APPENDICES Appendix 1 CPU-by-CPU Startup Names CPU Name to Be Selected If the CPU Startup Name Name Given on the Left Is Not Found A1SJHCPU A1SJH Appendix 2 Transportation Precautions When transporting lithium batteries, make sure to treat them based on the transportation regulations.
  • Page 88 Paraiso, Sao Paulo, SP Brazil Tel : +86-21-6120-0808 Tel : +55-11-5908-8331 Taiwan Setsuyo Enterprise Co., Ltd. Germany Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. German 6F No.105 Wu-Kung 3rd.Rd, Wu-Ku Branch Hsiang, Taipei Hsine, Taiwan Gothaer Strasse 8 D-40880 Ratingen, Tel : +886-2-2299-2499...

This manual is also suitable for:

A1sjhcpu

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: