Download  Print this page

System Equipment; Modules Which Can Be Connected To The A2ccpu - Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC-A Series User Manual

Hide thumbs

Advertisement

2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - MELSEC·A
I
2.3
2.3.1
System Equipment
In this section, the I/O modules and peripheral devices which can be used
with the A2C are listed.
Modules whIch can be connected to the A2CCPU
The remote I/O modules and remote terminal modules which can be con-
nected to the A2CCPU are listed in Table 2.1.
Table 2.1 Remote I/O Modules and Remote Terminal Modules Operable with the A2C
Power
Current
Con·
Module
Type
Description
OCCupied OCCupied
Con-
sumption
Appllcol-
Remar""
S1atlons
Point.
sumptlon
24VDC
lion
fYA)
(A)
Program capacity: Maximum 8K
steps
1/0 points: 512 points
P2.C
T : 256 points, C : 256 points,
Built-In
CPU module
CPU
D: 1024 points, M,L,S : 2048 points
-
-
110
-
0
power
User memory area: 32K bytes
supply
(Program area: 8K steps
Comment and file registers: 12K
bytes)
4K
For 2K steps
ROM
EP-ROM
8K
For 6K steps
-
ROM
-
-
-
0
16K
For 8K steps
ROM
I/O module
A66
Input
: 100/200VAC
-
-
110
-
0
power supply
PC
Output : 24 VDC, 0.6 A
PJ(
AC Input module
I
11C
0.056
100-120 VAC, 32 points
=
PJ(
DC input module (sink loading)
I
4
VO
Input
41C
eta-
32
0.056
module
12/24 VDC, 32 points
points
-
0
module
tions
DC input module
I
PJ(
(source/sink loading)
0.100
81C
12/24 VDC, 32 points
IREMARKsl
(1)
Symbols 0,
~
and x in the "Application" column indicate applicability of module as follows.
o
Applicable.
A
Applicable with restrictions. (See Section 2.2.)
x
Not applicable.
(2)
* :
EP-ROM is used for running the PC using a program stored in ROM; one EP-ROM can
be used. EEP-ROM cannot be used for the A2C.
2-8

Advertisement

Table of Contents

   Also See for Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC-A Series

   Related Manuals for Mitsubishi Electric MELSEC-A Series

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: