Mitsubishi Electric E1000 Series Service And Maintenance Manual

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MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
E1000-series
Service and Maintenance Manual
English
MA00758A 2008-09

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  • Page 1 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC E1000-series Service and Maintenance Manual English MA00758A 2008-09...
  • Page 2 Service and Maintenance Manual for E1000 Operator Panels Foreword This manual contains detailed information about the E1000 series operator panels, including descriptions of various actions that can be carried out in order to maintain or update the operator panel hardware and software.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Erase Project Memory............... 48 3.8.3 Load Project from Memory Card............48 3.8.4 Enter Transfer Mode ................ 48 3.8.5 Enter Run Mode................48 3.8.6 Update System Program from Memory Card........48 3.8.7 Calibrate Touch Screen..............48 Hardware Self Test................49 Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 4 E-Designer 7 ..................60 4.2.2 Remote Access Viewer ...............60 4.2.3 Image Loader..................60 4.2.4 System Program ................61 5 Environmental Aspects ................63 General Environmental Aspects............63 Environmental Impact of the Operator Panels........63 5.2.1 Mechanical Components..............63 5.2.2 Electronics..................63 Recycling...................64 Environmental Impact Report............64 Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    This may cause fire or electrical shock. – Only qualified personnel may operate the operator panel. – Storing the operator panel where the temperature is lower/higher than recommended in this manual can cause the LCD display liquid to congeal/become isotopic. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 6: During Installation

    Dismantling and Scrapping – The operator panel or parts thereof shall be recycled according to local regulations. – The following components contain substances that might be hazardous to health and the environment: lithium battery, electrolytic capacitor and display. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 7: Introduction

    Introduction Introduction This manual describes how to maintain E1000 series operator panels. The functions available in the configuration tool depend on which operator panel model is used. The manual is divided into the following sections: – Safety Precautions – Introduction –...
  • Page 8 BEPP 64K) Text strip E1100 10.4" display with keypad Outline drawing (also referred to Panel cut-out as BEPP 104K) Text strip E1041 and E1043 3.5" touch screen display Outline drawing (also referred to Panel cut-out as BEPP T40) Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 9 (also referred to Panel cut-out as BEPP 64T) E1101 10.4" touch screen display Outline drawing (also referred to Panel cut-out as BEPP 104T) E1151 15" touch screen display Outline drawing (also referred to Panel cut-out as BEPP 150T) Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 10: Maintenance

    Dismantling and Scrapping – The operator panel, or parts thereof, should be recycled according to local regula- tions. – The following components contain substances that might be hazardous to health and the environment: lithium battery, electrolytic capacitor, display. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 11: Hardware

    The manufacturer performs extensive hardware testing before an operator panel is approved. Some tests are performed by external testing companies, such as the Swedish National Testing and Research Institute. All operator panels are submitted to testing before leaving the manufacturer. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 12: Hardware Specification

    UL and cUL: The power supply must conform with the requirements for class II power supplies. Ambient temperature 0 ° to +50 °C Storage temperature -20 ° to +70 °C Relative humidity 5 - 85 % non-condensed Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 13 UL and cUL: The power supply must conform with the requirements for class II power supplies. Ambient temperature Vertical installation: 0 ° to +50 °C Horizontal installation: 0 ° to +40 °C -20 ° to +70 °C Storage temperature Relative humidity 5 - 85 % non-condensed Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 14 UL and cUL: The power supply must conform with the requirements for class II power supplies. Ambient temperature Vertical installation: 0 ° to +50 °C Horizontal installation: 0 ° to +40 °C Storage temperature -20 ° to +70 °C Relative humidity 5 - 85 % non-condensed Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 15 UL and cUL: The power supply must conform with the requirements for class II power supplies. Ambient temperature Vertical installation: 0 ° to +50 °C Horizontal installation: 0 ° to +40 °C Storage temperature -20 ° to +70 °C Relative humidity 5 - 85 % non-condensed Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 16: Touch Screen Operated Panels

    UL and cUL: The power supply must conform with the requirements for class II power supplies. Ambient temperature Vertical installation: 0 ° to +50 °C Horizontal installation: 0 ° to +40 °C Storage temperature -20 ° to +70 °C Relative humidity 5 - 85 % non-condensed Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 17 UL and cUL: The power supply must conform with the requirements for class II power supplies. Ambient temperature Vertical installation: 0 ° to +50 °C Horizontal installation: 0 ° to +40 °C Storage temperature -20 ° to +70 °C Relative humidity 5 - 85 % non-condensed Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 18 UL and cUL: The power supply must conform with the requirements for class II power supplies. Ambient temperature Vertical installation: 0 ° to +50 °C Horizontal installation: 0 ° to +40 °C Storage temperature -20 ° to +70 °C Relative humidity 5 - 85 % non-condensed Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 19: Approvals And Enclosure Classes

    Back cover IP 20. protection degree Shock IEC 60068-2-27 (15 g, 11 ms). Germanischer Guidelines for the Performance of Type Approvals, Chapter 2, Edition Lloyd 2003. (Certificate is only for operator panel E1032, E1100, E1071, E1101 and E1151) Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 20: Functionality Specification

    Historic Trends Recipe Management Alarm Management Yes, with up to 16 alarm groups Time Channels I/O Poll Groups Security Passwords Yes, up to 8 levels Message Libraries Macros Dynamic Objects Report Printouts Easy Configuration with E-Designer 7 Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 21 Recipe Management Alarm Management Yes, with one alarm group Time Channels I/O Poll Groups Security Passwords Yes, up to 8 levels Message Libraries Macros Dynamic Objects Report Printouts Yes, via serial printer Easy Configuration with E-Designer 7 Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 22: Additional Hardware

    5. Re-attach the back cover to the operator panel. 6. Turn on the power to the operator panel. When the operator panel starts up, you will be asked if you like to move the files to the internal card; select YES to this question. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 23 The size of the internal memory card must be entered in the configuration tool for the operator panel. 1. Select Setup/Terminal Options. 2. Enter the size of the internal memory card under Memory card settings/ Internal. 3. Click OK to close the dialog. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 24: Hardware Replacement

    Image Load mode (Sysload) allows upgrading of the firmware in the operator panel. 1000 Service Menu mode, the service menu for the system program is shown. Allows the user to set IP configuration, erase the project etc. See section Service Menu for details. 1110 Self-Test. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 25: Cables

    To release the flex cables from the connector, gently push the two flanges on the cable connector towards the flex cable. Note: The connectors must be unlocked on both sides before removing the cable, otherwise the flex cable may be damaged. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 26: Replacing The Rear Cover

    3. Remove the rear cover of the operator panel by loosening the 4 torx screws. ON DIP 1 2 3 4 4 x torx screws Illustration of E1012 and E1022 4 x torx screws Illustration of E1032 4 x torx screws Illustration of E1060/E1061/E1062/E1063 Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 27 Then follow the steps below: 1. Power off the operator panel. 2. Remove the rear cover of the operator panel by loosening the 4 torx screws. 4 x torx screws 3. Re-assemble with the new rear cover in reverse order. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 28: Replacing The Display/Display Cable

    CPU board. 6. Push the two plastic sticks towards the top of the panel to unlock the display from the aluminum casing. display plastic sticks 7. Mount the new display unit. 8. Re-assemble the panel in reverse order. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 29 Press and bend gently on the display frame to unlock the frame and tilt up the display frame. pressure points on display frame 7. Mount the new display unit. 8. Re-assemble the panel in reverse order. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 30 Press and bend gently on the display frame to unlock the frame and tilt up the display frame. display frame pressure points 7. Mount the new display unit. 8. Re-assemble the panel in reverse order. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 31 6. Mount the new display/display cable and frame and re-assemble the complete operator panel. Make sure the guide pins on the frame are properly fastened in the holes in the front plate. 7. Re-assemble the complete operator panel. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 32 6. Flip the mounting plate and unscrew the 4 torx screws. 4 x torx screws 7. Make sure the display cable is attached to the new display before reattaching the mounting plate. 8. Re-assemble the complete operator panel. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 33 6. Insert the two screwdrivers between the display frame and the aluminum casing illustrated below. Press and bend gently on the display frame to unlock the frame and tilt up the display frame. display frame pressure points 7. Mount the new display unit. 8. Re-assemble the complete operator panel. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 34 6. Insert the two screwdrivers between the display frame and the aluminum casing illustrated below. Press and bend gently on the display frame to unlock the frame and tilt up the display frame. display frame pressure points 7. Mount the new display unit. 8. Re-assemble the complete operator panel. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 35 6. Flip the mounting plate and unscrew the 4 torx screws, see figure below. 4 x torx screws 7. Make sure the display cable is attached to the new display before reattaching the mounting plate. 8. Re-assemble the complete operator panel. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 36 5. Lift up the power card and gently remove the 4 backlight cables and disconnect the display cable from the power card. backlight cable display cable backlight cable 6. Remove the mounting plate (12 torx screws). 12 x torx screws 7. Gently lift up the mounting plate and the display. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 37: Self-Test Of The Display

    1. Set the MODE switches to the correct positions in order to enter the Service Menu mode (see table in the Mode Switches section). 2. Switch on the power and follow the instructions. 3. Power off the operator panel. 4. Reset all MODE switches to the OFF position. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 38: Replacing The Complete Front

    2. Follow the steps 1-3 and 5 in the Replacing the Display/Display Cable instruction for E1101, but in step 3, only disconnect the flex cables and the LED cable (do not remove the power card). 3. Attach the new front. 4. Re-assemble the unit. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 39 2. Follow the steps 1-3 and step 5 in the Replacing the Display/Display Cable instruction for E1151, but in step 3, only disconnect the flex cable and the LED cable (do not remove the power card). 3. Attach the new front. 4. Re-assemble the unit. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 40: Replacing The Battery

    1. Power off the operator panel. 2. Open the battery cover. 3. Use a non conductive pair of pliers to extract the battery. Battery 4. Insert the new battery. 5. Re-assemble the battery cover. Note: The removed lithium battery should be recycled. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 41 6. Glue the battery to the battery holder with melting glue. 7. Re-assemble the operator panel in reverse order. Note: The removed lithium battery should be recycled. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 42: Replacing The Backlight

    3. Insert the new backlight. Be careful not to pull the cables of the new backlight when inserting it, since pulling the cables will damage the backlight. 4. Re-assemble the complete operator panel. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 43 2. Remove the backlights. 3. Insert the new backlights. Be careful not to pull the cables of the new backlights when inserting them, since pulling the cables will damage the backlights. 4. Re-assemble the complete operator panel. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 44: Available Spare Parts

    E1151 Including front cover, touch overlay, gaskets and labels Order number Description - Displays Operator Panel 601009156 DISPLAY E1012 Including frame and cable 601009157 DISPLAY E1022 Including frame and cable 601009064 DISPLAY E1032 Including frame and cable Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 45 REAR COVER E1032 601009121 REAR COVER E1041 and E1043 601009122 REAR COVER E1060, E1061, E1062 and E1063 601009011 REAR COVER E1070, E1071, E1100, E1101 and E1151 601009123 BATTERY COVER E1032, E1041, E1043, E1060, E1061, E1062 and E1063 Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 46 COMPLETE BOX E1032 601009126 COMPLETE BOX E1041 and E1043 601009128 COMPLETE BOX E1060 and E1062 601009127 COMPLETE BOX E1061 and E1063 601009022 COMPLETE BOX E1070 601009020 COMPLETE BOX E1071 601009037 COMPLETE BOX E1100 601009035 COMPLETE BOX E1101 Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 47 All operator panels in the RS422/485 test connector E1000-series 601009004 TEST PLUG USB H-D E1070, E1071, E1100, E1101 USB Host and Device test connector and E1151 601009069 TEST PLUG USB H All operator panels in the USB Host test connector E1000-series Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 48: Service Menu

    Insert a Compact Flash or USB memory stick with a new system program and follow the instructions. The system program can also be updated via the configuration tool for the operator panels. 3.8.7 Calibrate Touch Screen Follow the instructions on the screen to calibrate the touch screen. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 49: Hardware Self Test

    4. When using the test plugs, make sure all LEDs on the 9-pin and 25-pin D-subs are on. 5. When the self-test is finished, power off the operator panel and set all mode switches to the OFF position. If an error occurs during the self-test, try to fault trace. See Fault Tracing. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 50: Additional Installation Tips

    Multi-wire conductors are better than single wire conductors with the same area. A braided conductor wire with the same area is even better. The best is a short, thick grounding braid. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 51: Ethernet Connection In The Panel

    4. A more elegant method is to expand the shielded Ethernet cabling with a piece of unshielded Ethernet cable. 5. You can ground the shield via an external 0.1 uF/250 V plastic capacitor. This will connect the HF transients to the ground. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 52: To Achieve Better Emc Protection

    – Ferrite cores that are snapped onto the shielded cabling may remove minor distur- bances. Large ferrite pieces that are snapped onto unshielded cabling and where the wires go 2-4 times around the cores are approximately 5-25 times more effi- cient. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 53: Ambient Temperature

    The loss effect drops from e.g. 25 W to only 5 W. The operator panel’s loss effect = supply voltage x current. Virtually no power goes to external users and no loss effects due to inputs. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 54: Safety

    –Transients on the 24 V feed are connected to the ground. –No risk that the 24 V feed is at a high level in relationship to the ground. This is not unusual since there is high static electricity. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 55: Galvanic Isolation

    24 V feed, disturbances and grounding currents from the 0 V on the 24 V side will disrupt communication. Using this type of unit solves one problem but creates a larger problem! A substandard installation may work now, but problems may arise when other devices are connected. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 56: Cable And Bus Termination Rs485

    3. Connect two 1k/0.25 W resistors in the 25-pole D-sub contact. Set jumper pins 6-19. 4. Use CAB8. It offers the option of bus termination with pull-up/-down. It is also easy to connect the bus cable via the screw terminal block. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 57: Fault Tracing

    (This is only valid for panels with an external battery cover.) ing a component. Low battery/ Check that the battery is correctly fitted in its holder. No battery If low battery/no battery voltage, replace the battery according to the Replacing the Battery section. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 58 Hardware Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 59: Software

    3. OPsys, the system program in the operator panel that contains the HMI func- tionality. E1012 and E1022 use the operating system Green Hills Velocity. E-Designer 7 can be used to update one part of the firmware, the system program Opsys_b*.cab, to the operator panel. See the System Program section. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 60: Update Software

    (overwritten) by the Image Loader application Note: The Image Loader software is only intended for customers and partners that have an operator panel. No other distribution is allowed. For E1012 and E1022, see section Downloading the System Program in E1012 and E1022. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 61: System Program

    5. Open a project or create a new project with the desired operator panel type. 6. Select Transfer/Update Operator Terminal System Program. 7. Select the OPSys_b*.cab file. 8. Select Settings/Use TCP/IP transfer. 9. Enter the operator panel’s IP address. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 62 MAC address (hex). 7. Click Upgrade. 8. When the upgrade is finished, disconnect power from the operator panel. 9. Change mode switch number 2 back in OFF position. 10.Reconnect power to the operator panel. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 63: Environmental Aspects

    There is a separate circuit board for the display. The liquid crystals in the display are cyclohexane compounds. The fluorescent tube contains mercury and lead solder. Batteries The operator panel contains a button cell lithium battery. The battery is not classified as environmentally hazardous by the Swedish Battery Or- dinance (1997:645). Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 64: Recycling

    Supply the operator panel with 24 V DC. If the input voltage is lower, the loss effect increases. Ensure that the operator panel, battery, and packaging are recycled in an environmentally responsible manner. Mitsubishi Electric, MA00758A...
  • Page 65 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. 500 Corporate Woods Parkway Vernon Hills, IL 60061, USA Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. Gothaer Strasse 8 D-40880 Ratingen, Germany...

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