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© 1999 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
QCPU(A mode)
CPU Module
MODEL QCPU-A(A)-U-H/W-E
MODEL
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IB(NA)-0800084-P(1904)MEE
User's Manual
(Hardware)
Q02CPU-A
Q02HCPU-A
Q06HCPU-A
13JR04

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  • Page 1 QCPU(A mode) CPU Module User's Manual (Hardware) Q02CPU-A Q02HCPU-A Q06HCPU-A Thank you for purchasing the Mitsubishi Electric programmable controller MELSEC-Q series. Prior to use, please read this and relevant manuals thoroughly to fully understand the product. MODEL QCPU-A(A)-U-H/W-E MODEL 13JR04...
  • Page 3 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. In this manual, the safety precautions are classified into two levels: "...
  • Page 4 [DESIGN PRECAUTIONS] WARNING ● Configure safety circuits external to the programmable controller to ensure that the entire system operates safely even when a fault occurs in the external power supply or the programmable controller. Failure to do so may result in an accident due to an incorrect output or malfunction.
  • Page 5 [DESIGN PRECAUTIONS] WARNING ● When controlling a running programmable controller from a peripheral connected to the CPU module or from a personal computer connected to a special function module, configure an interlock circuit in the sequence program to ensure that the entire system will always operate safely. For program modification and operating status change, read relevant manuals carefully and ensure the safety before operation.
  • Page 6 [INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ● Use the programmable controller under the environment that meets the general specifications in this manual. Failure to do so may result in electric shock, fire, malfunction, or damage to or deterioration of the product. ● To mount the CPU module, while pressing the module mounting lever located in the lower part of the module, fully insert the module fixing projection(s) into the hole(s) in the base unit and press the module until it snaps into place.
  • Page 7 [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] WARNING ● Shut off the external power supply for the system in all phases before wiring. Failure to do so may result in electric shock or damage to the product. ● After wiring, attach the included terminal cover to the module before turning it on for operation.
  • Page 8 [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ● Mitsubishi programmable controllers must be installed in control panels. Connect the main power supply to the power supply module in the control panel through a relay terminal block. Wiring and replacement of a power supply module must be performed by maintenance personnel who is familiar with protection against electric shock.
  • Page 9 [STARTUP AND MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ● Shut off the external power supply for the system in all phases before mounting or removing the module. Failure to do so may cause the module to fail or malfunction. ● After the first use of the product, do not perform each of the following operations more than 50 times (IEC 61131-2/JIS B 3502 compliant): •...
  • Page 10 PRÉCAUTIONS DE SÉCURITÉ (Lire ces précautions avant toute utilisation du produit.) Avant d'utiliser ce produit, lire attentivement ce manuel ainsi que les manuels auxquels il renvoie, et toujours considérer la sécurité comme de la plus haute importance en manipulant le produit correctement. Dans ce manuel, les précautions de sécurité...
  • Page 11 [Précautions lors de la conception] AVERTISSEMENT ● Configurer des circuits de sécurité extérieurs à l'automate programmable pour garantir la sécurité du système dans son ensemble à la survenance d'une anomalie dans l'alimentation externe comme dans l'automate programmable. Faute de quoi, une instruction de sortie incorrecte ou un dysfonctionnement pourrait être à...
  • Page 12 [Précautions lors de la conception] AVERTISSEMENT ● Quant à l'état opérationnel de chacune des stations en cas de problème de communication, voir les manuels correspondants pour le réseau. Une sortie erronée ou un dysfonctionnement suite à une erreur de communication peuvent être à l'origine d'un accident. ●...
  • Page 13 [Précautions lors de la conception] ATTENTION ● Ne pas entremêler les lignes de commandes ou câbles de communication avec les lignes des circuits principaux ou les câbles d'alimentation. Maintenir entre eux une distance d'au moins 100mm (3,9pouces). Faute de quoi, il y a risque de dysfonctionnement par un bruit. ●...
  • Page 14 [Précautions d’installation] ATTENTION ● Introduire fermement l'ergot de fixation à la base du module de série AnS dans le trou de fixation du socle, puis serrer la vis de fixation du module au couple prescrit. Si on ne serre pas la vis, même si le module a bien pris sa place, il peut y avoir dysfonctionnement, panne ou même chute du module.
  • Page 15 [Pécautions de câblage] ATTENTION ● Mettre à la masse les bornes FG et LG sur le conducteur réservé à la protection à la terre de l'automate programmable. Faute de quoi, il y a risque d'électrocution et de dysfonctionnement. ● Utiliser des bornes sans soudure du type prescrit en les serrant au couple prescrit.
  • Page 16 [Pécautions de câblage] ATTENTION ● Les automates programmable Mitsubishi doivent être installés en tableau ou armoire de commande. Raccorder l'alimentation principale au module d'alimentation dans le tableau de commande sur une plaque à bornes avec relais. Le câblage et le remplacement d'un module d'alimentation doivent être effectués par un personnel d'entretien averti des risques d'électrocution.
  • Page 17 [Précautions de mise en service et de maintenance] ATTENTION ● Avant d'effectuer une opération en ligne (en particulier une modification de programme, une sortie forcée ou un changement d'état fonctionnel) sur un module CPU en marche à partir d'un périphérique connecté, consulter les manuels correspondants pour être sûr de pouvoir opérer en toute sécurité.
  • Page 18 [Précautions de mise au rebut] ATTENTION ● Pour le mettre au rebut, ce produit doit être traité comme un déchet industriel. Les piles ou batteries doivent être mises au rebut séparément des autres déchets et conformément à la réglementation locale. (Pour le détail des directives sur les piles et batteries dans les pays de l'Union Européenne, voir le Manuel de l'utilisateur QCPU-A (mode A).) [Précautions de transport]...
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  • Page 26 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; and 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 27 Notwithstanding the above, restrictions Mitsubishi may in its sole discretion, authorize use of the PRODUCT in one or more of the Prohibited Applications, provided that the usage of the PRODUCT is limited only for the specific applications agreed to by Mitsubishi and provided further that no special quality assurance or fail-safe, redundant or other safety features which exceed the general specifications of the PRODUCTs are required.
  • Page 28 REVISIONS * The manual number is given on the bottom right of the front cover. Print Date *Manual Number Revision Dec.,1999 IB (NA)-0800084-A First edition Mar.,2000 IB (NA)-0800084-B Addition of model QA1S33B Dec.,2003 IB (NA)-0800084-C Addition of model A1SY42P Addition Chapter 7 Partial correction SAFETY PRECAUTIONS,...
  • Page 29 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 30: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1. OVERVIEW ....................1 Supplied Parts..................1 2. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ............... 3 General Specifications ................3 Performance Specifications of CPU Modules ........5 Specifications of Base Units ..............7 3. EMC DIRECTIVES AND LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVES....... 8 Requirements for Compliance with EMC Directive ....... 8 3.1.1 Standards applicable to the EMC Directive .........
  • Page 31 Precautions when Connecting the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) ......................56 Part Names and Settings of the CPU Module........57 4.5.1 Part names and settings ............57 4.5.2 Switch operation after program write ......... 60 4.5.3 Latch clear operation ..............60 4.5.4 Installation and removal of memory card during power-on..
  • Page 32 ABOUT THE MANUALS The following manuals are related to this product. Referring to this list, please request the necessary manuals. Detailed manual Manual Number Manual name (Model code) QCPU-A (A mode) User's Manual This manual describes information on the performance, functions and handling of the QCPU-A (A mode) and on the SH-080065 specifications and handling of the memory cassettes, power...
  • Page 33 Manual Number Manual name (Model code) Type AnACPU/AnUCPU/QCPU-A (A mode) Programming Manual (PID control instructions) IB-66258 This manual describes the dedicated instructions used to (13J744) execute PID control with an A2ASCPU(S1/30). (Sold separately) Type MELSAP-II (SFC) Programming Manual Describes the specifications, functions, instructions, and IB-66361 programming methods for SFC programming using MELSAP II.
  • Page 34 USER PRECAUTIONS PRECAUTIONS WHEN USING THE Q 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 35: Overview

    1. OVERVIEW This user's manual provides the performance specifications, loading and installation, part names and settings, I/O module specifications and installation, and error code reading method of the Q02CPU-A, Q02HCPU-A and Q06HCPU-A (hereinafter referred to as the "QCPU- A"). Supplied Parts The following tables list the parts packed with the corresponding modules.
  • Page 36 (4) Power supply module Product Name Type Quantity A1S61PN Power supply module A1S62PN A1S63P...
  • Page 37: General Specifications

    2. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS General Specifications This section provides specifications common to various modules used. General Specification Item Specifications Ambient operating temperature 0 to 55 °C Température 0 à 55 °C ambiante de fonctionnement Ambient storage -20 to 75 °C temperature Ambient operating humidity...
  • Page 38 0m. Doing so may cause malfunction. When using the programmable controller under pressure, please consult your local Mitsubishi Electric representative. *4 When an A series extension base unit (A52B, A55B, A58B, A62B, A65B, A68B) is used in the system, the following specifications apply.
  • Page 39: Performance Specifications Of Cpu Modules

    Performance Specifications of CPU Modules This section gives the performance specifications of the CPU modules. Performance List Type Item Remarks Q02CPU-A Q02HCPU-A Q06HCPU-A Control system Stored program cyclic operation Partial direct I/O possible I/O control method Refresh mode depend-ing on instruction Language dedicated to sequence control Programming language...
  • Page 40 Performance List (Continued) Type Item Remarks Q02CPU-A Q02HCPU-A Q06HCPU-A Defaults to L1000 to L2047 Latch (power failure Set range in (Latch range can be set for L, B, T, C, D and compensation) range parameters One RUN contact and one PAUSE contact Parameter Remote RUN/PAUSE contact can be set within the range from X0 to...
  • Page 41: Specifications Of Base Units

    Specifications of Base Units (1) Main Base Unit Type QA1S33B QA1S35B QA1S38B Item Number of I/O modules accepted 5VDC internal current 0.107A 0.117A(0.086A) * 0.118A(0.086A) * consumption 255(10.04)(W)× 325(12.80)(W)× 430(16.93)(W)× 130(5.12)(H)× 130(5.12)(H)× 130(5.12)(H)× External dimensions 51.2(2.02)(D) 51.2(2.02)(D) 51.2(2.02)(D) mm(inches) mm(inches) mm(inches) Weight 0.57kg...
  • Page 42: Emc Directives And Low Voltage Directives

    (emission): to be immune to electromagnetic interference outside (immunity). Guidelines for complying the machinery including MELSEC-Q series programmable controller with the EMC Directives are provided in Section 3.1.1 to 3.1.8 below.
  • Page 43: Standards Applicable To The Emc Directive

    3.1.1 Standards applicable to the EMC Directive (1) Regulations regarding emission Standard Test item Test description Value specified in standard • 30M-230MHz QP: 40dBµV/m (10m in CISPR16-2-3 Radio waves from measurement range) *1 Radiated emission the product are • 230M-1000MHz measured.
  • Page 44 Regulations regarding immunity Standard Test item Test description Value specified in standard Immunity test in EN61000-4-2 which electrostatic Electrostatic • 8kV Air discharge is applied to the discharge immunity • 4kV Contact discharge cabinet of the equipment. EN61000-4-3 Immunity test in •...
  • Page 45: Installation Inside The Control Panel

    3.1.2 Installation inside the control panel The programmable controller is open equipment and must be installed within a control panel 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 46 (b) The earth wire led from the earthing point must be twisted with the power supply wires. By twisting with the earthing wire, noise flowing from the power supply wires can be relieved to the earthing. However, if a filter is installed on the power supply wires, the wires and the earthing wire may not need to be twisted.
  • Page 47: Cables

    3.1.3 Cables The cables extracted from the control panel contain a high frequency noise component. On the outside of the control panel, therefore, they serve as antennas to emit noise. To prevent noise emission, use shielded cables for the cables which are connected to the I/O modules and intelligent function modules and may be extracted to the outside of the control panel.
  • Page 48 (2) MELSECNET (II) and MELSECNET/10 modules (a) Use a double-shielded coaxial cable for the MELSECNET module which uses coaxial cables such as A1SJ71AR21, A1SJ71LR21 and A1SJ71BR11. Noise in the range of 30 MHz or higher in radiation noise can be suppressed by the use of double-shielded coaxial cables (manufactured by MITSUBISHI CABLE INDUSTRIES, LTD: 5C-2V-CCY).
  • Page 49 (b) Use shielded twisted pair cables as the twisted pair cables connected to the 10BASE-T connectors. For the shielded twisted pair cables, strip part of the outer cover and earth the exposed shield section to the ground on the widest contact surface as shown below.
  • Page 50 (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 51 (c) Ferrite core and cable clamp types and required quantities • Cable clamp Type : AD75CK (manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation) • Ferrite core Type : ZCAT3035-1330 (manufactured by TDK Corporation) Contact: TDK Corporation • Required quantity Required Qty Cable length...
  • Page 52 (6) CC-Link Module (a) Be sure to ground the cable shield that is connected to the CC- Link module close to the exit of control panel or to any of the CC-Link stations within 30 cm (11.8 in.) from the module or stations.
  • Page 53 (f) Keep the length of signal cables connected to the analog input terminals of the following modules to 30m or less. Wire cables connected to the external power supply and module power supply terminal in the control panel where the module is installed.
  • Page 54 (8) Measures against static electricity When using an insulation displacement connector without connector cover, a connected cable for the connector is thin in applicable wire size and coating. Therefore, note that the module may cause an electric discharge failure. As measures against the failure, using pressure-displacement type connector whose applicable wire size is thick or soldering type connector is recommended.
  • Page 55: Power Supply Module

    3.1.4 Power supply module The precautions required for each power supply module are described below. Always observe the items noted as precautions. Model Precautions Make sure to short the LG and FG terminals with a cable of 6 to 7cm A1S61PN, A1S62PN and ground the cable.
  • Page 56: 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 ...
  • Page 57: Power Line For External Power Supply Terminal

    3.1.7 Power line for external power supply terminal Use a CE-marked AC/DC power supply for an external power supply of the modules, and the power cable length needs to be less than 30m (98.43 ft.). *1 The power cable length for the A1SJ71E71N-B5 needs to be less than 3m (9.84 ft.).
  • Page 58: Requirements For Compliance With Low Voltage Directive

    Requirements for Compliance with Low Voltage Directive 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 59: Precautions When Using The Melsec-ans Series Programmable Controller

    3.2.2 Precautions when using the MELSEC-AnS series programmable controller Module selection (1) Power module For a power module with rated input voltage of 100/200 VAC, select a model in which the internal part between the first order and second order is intensively insulated, because it generates hazardous voltage (voltage of 42.4 V or more at the peak) area.
  • Page 60: 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. Category I has the lowest durability; category IV has the highest durability.
  • Page 61 (2) Dustproof and waterproof features The control box also has the dustproof and waterproof functions. Insufficient dustproof and waterproof features lower the insulation withstand voltage, resulting in insulation destruction. The insulation in our programmable controller is designed to cope with the pollution level 2, so use in an environment with pollution level 2 or below.
  • Page 62: Module Installation

    3.2.5 Module installation (1) Installing modules contiguously In AnS 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 63: Loading And Installation

    (7) When installing the programmable controller in a control panel, fully consider its operability, maintainability, and environmental resistance. Securely mount all the MELSEC-Q series modules used on the base unit. For details on the mounting method, refer to the QCPU-A (A mode) User's Manual.
  • Page 64 (7) Pour installer l'automate programmable dans un tableau de commande, prendre en compte tous les aspects d'opérabilité, de maintenabilité et de résistance à l'environnement. Monter fermement sur l'unité de base tous les modules de la série MELSEC-Q à utiliser. Pour le détail de la méthode de montage, voir le QCPU-A (A mode) User's Manual (Manuel de l'utilisateur QCPU-A (A mode)).
  • Page 65: Instructions For Mounting The Base Unit

    4.1.2 Instructions for mounting the base unit (1) Mounting dimensions Mounting dimensions of each base unit are as follows: QA1S33B QA1S35B QA1S38B QA1S51B QA1S65B QA1S68B 255(10.04) 325(12.80) 430(16.93) 100(3.94) 315(12.40) 420(16.54) Ws *1 235(9.25) 305(12.01) 410(16.14) 80(3.15) 295(11.61) 400(15.75) 130(5.12) Hs *1 110(4.33) Unit: mm (inches)
  • Page 66 (3) Unit mounting orientation (a) Since the programmable controller generates heat, it should be mounted on a well ventilated location in the orientation shown below. (b) Do not mount it in either of the orientations shown below. Vertical Flat (4) Mount base unit on a flat surface. If the mounting surface is not even, this may strain the printed circuit boards and cause malfunctions.
  • Page 67 (7) If you want to mount base units on a DIN rail, please note the following points. (a) Suitable DIN rail types are listed as follows(JIS C 2812): TH35-7.5Fe TH35-7.5Al TH35-15Fe *JIS: Japanese Industrial Standard (b) Spacing intervals for DIN rail mounting screws When using a TH35-7.5Fe or TH35-7.5Al DIN rail, rail mounting screws should be placed at a pitch of 200 mm (7.87 inches) or less in order to ensure that the rail has sufficient...
  • Page 68: Installation And Removal Of Dustproof Cover

    4.1.3 Installation and removal of dustproof cover When the QCPU-A is used, the dustproof cover supplied with the main base unit must be installed to the I/O module loaded on the right hand side of the QCPU-A to prevent the ingress of foreign matter into the I/O module.
  • Page 69: Installation And Removal Of Modules

    4.1.4 Installation and removal of modules This section explains how to install and remove a power supply, CPU, I/O, special function and other modules to and from the base unit. (1) Installation and removal of QCPU-A (a) Installation of QCPU-A Insert the module fixing Base unit hook into the module...
  • Page 70 (b) Removal of QCPU-A Base unit Remove the module fixing screw, and using the bottom of the module as a support, pull the top Module of the module toward you. connector Module While lifting the module, take the module fixing Module fixing hook off the module hole...
  • Page 71 (2) Installation and removal of module other than QCPU-A (a) Installation of module other than QCPU-A Insert the module fixing Base unit hook into the module Module fixing hole of the base unit. Module connector Push the module in the Module direction of arrow to load fixing hole...
  • Page 72 (b) Removal of module other than QCPU-A Remove the module mounting screw, and Base unit using the bottom of the module as a support, pull the top of the module toward you. Module Module connector Module While lifting the module, fixing hole take the module fixing hook off the module...
  • Page 73: Setting The Extension Number Of The Extension Base Unit

    4.1.5 Setting the extension number of the extension base unit When using two or more extension base units, their extension numbers must be set with their extension number setting connectors. Extension 1 need not be set since the extension number is factory-set to 1. Make this setting in the following procedure.
  • Page 74 (3) Install the base cover to the extension base unit and tighten the base cover screw.
  • Page 75: Connection And Disconnection Of Extension Cable

    4.1.6 Connection and disconnection of extension cable (1) Instructions for handling an extension cable • Do not stamp an extension cable. • An extension cable must be connected to the base unit when the base cover has been installed. (After you have set the extension number to the extension base unit, reinstall and screw the base cover.) •...
  • Page 76 (2) Connection of extension cable POINT When connecting an extension base unit to the main base unit with an extension cable, always plug the OUT side connector of the main base unit and the IN side connector of the extension base unit with an extension cable. The system will not operate properly if the extension cable is connected in the form of IN ...
  • Page 77 (c) When plugging the extension cable to any base unit, hold the connector part of the extension cable. (d) After fitting the extension cable, always tighten the extension cable connector fixing screws. (Tightening torque: 20N•cm) (3) Disconnection of extension cable When unplugging the extension cable, hold and pull the connector part of the extension cable after making sure that the fixing screws have been removed completely.
  • Page 78: Fail-safe Circuit Concept

    Fail-Safe Circuit Concept To prevent the programmable controller from providing false output or input, make up the circuit and program so that the programmable controller system will be started up in the following procedure. (1) Turn on the power to the programmable controller. (2) Turn on the external power supply used for the process control.
  • Page 79 (1) System design circuit example Mixed AC and DC ALL AC POWER POWER TRANSFORMER FUSE TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER CPU module FUSE FUSE M9006 Input switched CPU module when power supply M9006 M9039 POWER established. SUPPLY M9039 RUN/STOP circuit FUSE interlocked with RA1 Set time for DC M9084 (run monitor relay)
  • Page 80 (2) Fail-safe measures to cover the possibility of programmable controller failure Although a CPU module detects failures of programmable controller CPU and memory by using the self-diagnostics function, it may not detect those of I/O control area. In such cases, all I/O points may turn on or off depending on the failure, or the control target may malfunction or the safety may not be ensured.
  • Page 81 <Fail-safe circuit example> ON delay timer Internal program OFF delay timer *3 M9032 External load 0.5s 0.5s 24VDC Output module CPU module *2 YB0 turns on and then off at alternatively 0.5 second intervals. Use a contactless output module (transistor is used in the above example). *3 If an OFF delay timer (especially miniature timer) is not available, construct the fail-safe circuit using an ON delay timer shown on the next page.
  • Page 82: Wiring

    Wiring 4.3.1 Power supply module specifications This section gives the specifications of the power supply modules. Power Supply Module Specifications Specifications Item A1S61PN A1S62PN A1S63P Base loading slot Power supply module loading slot +10% +30% 100 to 240VAC 24VDC Rated input voltage -15% -35% (85 to 264VAC)
  • Page 83 Power Supply Module Specifications Applicable tightening torque 59 to 88N•cm Couple de serrage à 59 à 88N•cm appliquer External dimension 130 × 55 × 93.6 (5.12 × 2.17 × 36.9) mm (inches) Weight 0.60 kg 0.60 kg 0.50 kg 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).
  • Page 84 (1) A1S61PN (2) A1S62PN (3) A1S63P Name Description POWER LED The indicator LED for the 5 VDC power. Used to supply 24VDC to inside the output module 24 V and 24 G terminals (using external wiring). The grounding terminal connected to the shield pattern of FG terminal the printed circuit board.
  • Page 85: The Precautions On The Wiring

    4.3.2 The precautions on the wiring This section gives instructions for wiring the power supply. (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.
  • Page 86 When using a single programmable controller, a 10A breaker or an external fuse are recommended for wiring protection. Programmable Main Insulation controller Transformer power supply power supply Programmable 200VAC controller Relay terminal block I/O power supply I/O equipment Main circuit power supply Main circuit equipment On a control panel...
  • Page 87 (i) As a countermeasure to power surge due to lightening, connect a surge absorber for lightening as shown below. Programmable controller devices Surge absorber for lightening POINT (1) Separate the ground of the surge absorber for lightening (E1) from that of the programmable controller (E2).
  • Page 88 (g) The cabling of 200m (656.2ft.) or longer distance may produce leakage current depending on the capacity between lines and result in an accident. (h) As a countermeasure against the power surge due to lightning, separate the AC wiring and DC wiring and connect a surge absorber for lightning as shown in (i) of item (1).
  • Page 89: Connecting To The Power Supply Module

    4.3.3 Connecting to the power supply module The following diagram shows the wiring example of power lines, grounding lines, etc. to the main and extension bases. Main base unit (QA1S38B) 100/110VAC 200/220VAC A1S62PN +24V FUSE (FG) 24VDC (LG) 24VDC INPUT 100-240VAC Connect to 24VDC terminals Extension base unit...
  • Page 90: Precautions When Connecting The Uninterruptible Power Supply (ups)

    Precautions when Connecting the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Connect the QCPU-A system to the uninterruptible power supply (UPS), while paying attention to the followings. When connecting an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) to the programmable controller system, use an online UPS or line-interactive UPS with a voltage distortion rate of 5% or less.
  • Page 91: Part Names And Settings Of The Cpu Module

    Part Names and Settings of the CPU Module 4.5.1 Part names and settings This section explains the names and settings of the CPU module. Front face With front cover open Q02HCPU Q02HCPU MODE MODE ERR. ERR. USER USER BAT. BAT. BOOT BOOT STOP...
  • Page 92 Name Applications Hook used to fix the module to the base unit. Module fixing hook (Single-motion installation) Indicates the mode of the CPU. Mode LED Lit (orange) : A mode Lit (green) : Q mode Indicates the operating status of the CPU. During operation in "RUN"...
  • Page 93 Name Applications Used to set the items for operation of the CPU. DIP switches SW1: Must not be used. Normally off. (Shipped in off position) SW2: Must not be used. Normally off. (Shipped in off position) SW3: RAM/boot operation designation. (Shipped in off position) : Boot operation : RAM operation...
  • Page 94: Switch Operation After Program Write

    4.5.2 Switch operation after program write (1) When writing a program during STOP of CPU Write a program during STOP of the CPU in the following procedure. 1) RUN/STOP switch: STOP RUN LED: Off....CPU STOP status  Program write 2) RUN/STOP switch: STOP  RUN RUN LED: On....CPU RUN status (2) When you wrote a program during RUN When you wrote a program during RUN of the CPU, do not operate...
  • Page 95 Memo...
  • Page 96: Specifications And Connections Of I/omodules

    5. SPECIFICATIONS AND CONNECTIONS OF I/O MODULES 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 80VAC or 30VAC or A1SX10EU AC input higher lower A1SX20...
  • Page 97 Max. Response Time Maximum Internal Simultaneous Current NO. of Input Points Points/ Field Wiring Con- Occupied (Percentage Common OFF to ON ON to OFF sumption Points Simultaneously (5VDC) 100%(110VAC) 60%(132VAC) 20ms or 35ms or lower lower 100%(110VAC) 30ms or 55ms or 60%(220VAC) lower lower...
  • Page 98 Operating Voltage No. of Rated Input Input Model Type Points Voltage Current ON voltage OFF voltage 1.2/3.3/ 3.5VDC or A1SX71 5/12/24VDC 1VDC or lower higher 8VDC or A1SX80 12/24VDC 3/7mA 4VDC or lower higher 17VDC or A1SX80-S1 24VDC 5VDC or lower higher DC input 13VDC or...
  • Page 99 Maximum Max. Response Time Internal Simultaneous Current NO. of Input Points Points/ Field Wiring Con- Occupied (Percentage Common OFF to ON ON to OFF sumption Points Simultaneously (5VDC) 1.5ms or 3ms or 40-pin 65%(24VDC) 0.075A lower lower connector 10ms or 10ms or 100%(26.4VDC) lower...
  • Page 100: Input Module Connections

    5.1.2 Input module connections Input module connections Rated Input Rated Input Model Model Voltage Voltage A1SX10 100 to 120 A1SX30 12/24 VAC/DC A1SX10EU A1SX20 200 to 240 A1SX20EU Vacant 12/24VAC Vacant 12/24VDC 9 and 18 areconnected internally. 9 and 18 areconnected internally. Rated Input Rated Input Model...
  • Page 101 Model Rated Input Voltage A1SX41 12/24 VDC A1SX41-S1(S2) 24 VDC A1SX42 12/24 VDC A1SX42-S1(S2) 24 VDC A1SX82-S1 Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant *1 The figure above indicates (the first half 32 points). The connections for (the latter half 32 points) are the same as for (regard X00 to X1F as X20 to X3F.) are connected internally.
  • Page 102 Model Rated Input Voltage A1SX71 5/12/24 VDC Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant *1 The figure above shows the connections for the open collector (sink) type. are connected internally. *1 La figure ci-dessus représente les connexions pour le type collecteur ouvert (dissipateur). sont connectés à...
  • Page 103 Model Rated Input Voltage A1SX81 12/24 VDC A1SX81-S2 24 VDC Vacant Vacant  , and are connected internally. sont connectés à l'intérieur. English French English French Model Modèle Rated Load Voltage Tension nominale d'entrée Vacant Libre V cc...
  • Page 104 Model Rated Input Voltage Pin Arrangement A1S42X 12/24 VDC Pin No. Input terminals Internal control circuit Seen from front face of the module Internal XSCN0 Signal Signal control XSCN1 circuit Name Name XSCN2 Internal XSCN3 control 1/8th duty XSCN4 XSCN5 XSCN6 XSCN7 XSCN...
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  • Page 106: Output Modules

    Output modules 5.2.1 Output module specifications Max. Output Max. Load Current Rated Response Time No. of Model Type Load Points Voltage OFF to ON to Point Common Module 100V to A1SY10 240VAC 24VDC 100V to A1SY 120VAC 10EU 10ms 12ms 24VDC Relay Output A1SY...
  • Page 107 External Power Supply Internal No. of Field Points/ Surge Fuse Error (TYP Current Occupied Wiring Common Suppression Rating display DC24V) Consumption Points Current 0.090A 0.12A None None None 0.1A 0.12A 0.075A 0.24A 0.075A 0.24A 0.002A 0.27A absorber Terminal CR absorber 0.13A varistor None...
  • Page 108 Max. Output Max. Load Current Rated Response Time No. of Model Type Load Points Voltage OFF to ON to Point Common Module 2ms or 2ms or A1SY40 lower lower 0.8A A1SY 1ms or 1ms or lower lower 2ms or 2ms or A1SY41 lower lower...
  • Page 109 External Power Supply Internal No. of Field Points/ Surge Fuse Error (TYP Current Occupied Wiring Common Suppression Rating display DC24V) Consumption Points Current 1.6A 0.008A 0.27A Terminal None None 0.011A 0.079A*6 3.2A 0.008A 0.5A 40-pin connector None None 0.012A 0.141A*7 3.2A 0.008A 0.93A...
  • Page 110 Max. Output Max. Load Current Rated Response Time No. of Model Type Load Points Voltage OFF to ON to Point Common Module A1SY80 0.8A 3.2A 2ms or 2ms or lower lower A1SY81 0.1A 0.1A 0.5ms 1.5ms A1SY Transistor (25°C), (25°C) 81EP 0.05A 1.6A...
  • Page 111 External Power Supply Internal No. of Field Points/ Surge Fuse Error (TYP Current Occupied Wiring Common Suppression Rating display DC24V) Consumption Points Current Terminal 0.020A 0.12A Zener diode 3.2A 0.008A 0.5A 37-pin D-sub Clamp diode None None 0.080A 0.5A connector 40-pin connector Zener diode...
  • Page 112: Output Module Connections

    5.2.2 Output module connections Connexions du module de sortie Model Rated Load Voltage Model Rated Load Voltage A1SY10 24VDC, 100 to 240VAC A1SY10EU 24VDC, 100 to 120VAC COM1 COM1 External load External load power supply power supply COM2 COM2 External load External load power supply power supply...
  • Page 113 Model Rated Load Voltage Model Rated Load Voltage A1SY22 100 to 240 VAC A1SY28A 100 to 240 VAC COM1 100/200 VAC COM2 100/200 VAC Model Rated Load Voltage Model Rated Load Voltage A1SY28EU 100 to 240 VAC A1SY40 12/24 VDC A1SY40P COM1 12/24 VDC...
  • Page 114 Model Rated Load Voltage Model Rated Load Voltage (10) 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 COM2 When using a working load voltage of 5VDC, a separate 12/24VDC source is required for the external power supply.
  • Page 115 Model Rated Load Voltage (13) A1SY41 12/24 VDC A1SY41P Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant 12/24 VDC 12/24 VDC 12/24 VDC , and , are connected internally. *2 The A and B pin number rows shown above are transposed with respect to the diagram of the A and B rows which is printed on the module.
  • Page 116 Model Rated Load Voltage (14) A1SY42 12/24 VDC A1SY42P Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant 12/24 VDC 12/24 VDC 12/24 VDC *1 The figure above indicates (the first half 32 points). The connections for (the latter half 32 points) are the same as for (regard Y00 to Y1F as Y20 to Y3F.) , and...
  • Page 117 Model Rated Load Voltage (15) A1SY71 5/12 VDC Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant 5/12 VDC 5/12 VDC , and , are connected internally. *2 The A and B pin number rows shown above are transposed with respect to the diagram of the A and B rows which is printed on the module.
  • Page 118 Model Rated Load Voltage (16) A1SY81 12/24 VDC A1SY81EP  , and are connected internally.  , ainsi que , sont connectés à l'intérieur. English French English French 12/24 VDC 12/24 V cc Model Modèle Vacant Libre Rated Load Voltage Tension nominale d'entrée...
  • Page 119 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 120 Model Rated Load Voltage Pin Arrangement (18) A1S42Y 12/24 VDC Output terminals Pin No. A1S42Y Resistors to limit Y00 Y08 Y10 Y18 Y20 Y28 Y30 LED current Internal Y01 Y09 Y11 Y19 Y21 Y29 Y31 Y39 control circuit Y02 Y0A Y12 Y1A Y22 Y2A Y32 Y3A Y03 Y0B Y13 Y1B Y23 Y2B Y33 Y3B Y04 Y0C Y14 Y1C Y24 Y2C Y34 Y3C Y05 Y0D Y15 Y1D Y25 Y2D Y35 Y3D...
  • Page 121 English French English French Model Modèle Internal control circuit Circuit de commande interne Commande interne facteur d'utilisation Output terminals Bornes de sortie Internal control 1/8th duty 1/8ème Pin No. Broche N° Pin Arrangement Attribution des broches Signal Name Nom de signal Rated Load Voltage Tension nominale d'entrée Vacant...
  • Page 122: Input/output Combined Modules

    Input/output combined modules 5.3.1 Input/output combined module specifications Operating Voltage No. of Input Model Type Rated Input Voltage Points Current ON Voltage Voltage A1SH42 8VDC or 4VDC or 12/24VDC 2/5mA higher lower A1SH42P A1SH42-S1 DC Input 15VDC or 3VDC or 24VDC (sink type) higher...
  • Page 123 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 100%(26.4VDC) 10ms or lower 10ms or lower External External No.
  • Page 124: Input/output Composite Module Connections

    5.3.2 Input/output composite module connections Connexions du module composite entrée/sortie Rated Input Rated Load Model Voltage Voltage A1SH42 12/24 VDC 12/24 VDC A1SH42P A1SH42-S1 24 VDC 12/24 VDC A1SH42P-S1 Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant 12/24 VDC Vacant 12/24 VDC Vacant (Input side)
  • Page 125 English French English French Vacant Libre Model Modèle V cc Rated Load Voltage Tension nominale d'entrée Rated Input Rated Load Model Voltage Voltage 24 VDC/ A1SX48Y18 24 VDC 240 VAC COM1 COM2 24VDC 24VDC (For relay drive) Rated Input Rated Load Model Voltage Voltage...
  • Page 126: Error Codes

    6. ERROR CODES If a fault occurs at the start or during RUN of the programmable controller, the self-diagnostics function gives an error indication or stores an error code (including the step number) in the special register. Reading the Error Code If an error occurs, its code, message and others can be read with a peripheral device.
  • Page 127: Error Code List

    6.2 Error Code List This section explains the error definitions, causes and actions of error codes, error messages and detailed error codes. Table 6.1 Error Code List Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) (1) Read the error step...
  • Page 128 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) (1) Index qualification is "INSTRCT specified for the CODE device numbers and ERR" set values in the OUT instruction of timers and counters.
  • Page 129 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) Either of settings of the "PARAMET remote RUN/PAUSE contact point by ERROR" parameters, operation mode at occurrence of error, annunciator Read parameters in the indication mode, or CPU memory, check the...
  • Page 130 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) (1) The instruction "CAN'T was included in the EXECUTE program and (P)" executed though the instruction was CALL not given. (2) The NEXT LEDA/BBREAK...
  • Page 131 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) Instructions (including "CHK ) other than FORMAT LDIX ANDX ANIX ERR" included in the instruction circuit block. Multiple instructions are given.
  • Page 132 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) (1) Multiple check "CHK pattern circuits of the FORMAT LEDA CHK ERR" LEDA CHKEND instructions are given. (2) There are 7 or more check condition circuits in the LEDA CHK...
  • Page 133 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) (1) A memory card is (1) Do not insert or inserted or remove a memory "CASSETTE removed while the card while the CPU —...
  • Page 134 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) (1) Check the scan time of the user's Scan time is longer than "WDT program and shorten the WDT time. ERROR"...
  • Page 135 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) Current I/O module Read detailed error code "UNIT information is different using a peripheral device VERIFY from that recognised and check or replace the ERR"...
  • Page 136 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) Due to the error of the control bus which connects to special function modules, the instruction FROM TO cannot be executed. Since it is a hardware If parameter I/O error of special function...
  • Page 137 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) Though an access was made to a special function module at execution of the FROM TO instruction no response is received.
  • Page 138 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) There are 2 or more Reduce the interrupt interrupt modules modules to 1. loaded. Modules assigned by Perform again module "SP.UNIT parameters for MNT/ STOP...
  • Page 139 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) Read the error step using Module specified by the a peripheral device and "SP.UNIT instruction is FROM TO check and correct ERROR"...
  • Page 140 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) [When using MELSECNET/(II)] (1) When the link range at a data link CPU which is also a master station (1) Write the parameters (station number = again and check.
  • Page 141 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) [When using MELSECNET/10] (1) The transfer source device range and transfer destination device range specified for the (1) Write the parameters inter-network again and check.
  • Page 142 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) [When using MELSECNET/10] (1) The contents of the (1) Write the parameters network parameters again and check. for the first link unit, (2) Check the station written from a number settings.
  • Page 143 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) [When using MELSECNET/10] (1) The contents of the network parameters (1) Write the parameters for the fourth link again and check. unit, written from a (2) Check the station peripheral device,...
  • Page 144 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) (1) Station number "OPERATI specified by the ERROR" LEDA/BLRDP LEDA/BLWTP LRDP instructions is LWTP not a local station. (2) Head I/O number specified by the Read the error step using LEDA/BRFRP...
  • Page 145 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) (1) An instruction which "OPERATI cannot be executed by remote terminal ERROR" modules connected to the MNET/MINI- S3 was executed to the modules.
  • Page 146 Table 6.1 Error Code List (Continue) Detailed Error Error Error Code Error and Cause Corrective Action Massage Code States (D9008) (D9091) (1) Take proper countermeasures for (1) The CPU noise. malfunctioned due to (2) Since it is hardware noise. error, consult (2) Hardware failure.
  • Page 147: Transportation Precautions

    7. TRANSPORTATION PRECAUTIONS When transporting lithium batteries, make sure to treat them based on the transportation regulations. 7.1 Relevant Models The batteries for the QCPU-A is classified as shown in the table below. Product Name Model Description Handled As Battery Q6BAT Lithium battery Dangerous goods...
  • Page 148: Appendix

    APPENDIX Appendix 1 Marking and Information Disclosure for the Restriction on Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products Required by the New China RoHS Appendix 2 Information for the Chinese standardized low...
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  • Page 150 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.
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