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Cat. No. Z921-E1-01
DeviceNet Safety
NE1A-HDY01
Mobile Console
OPERATION MANUAL

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    Cat. No. Z921-E1-01 DeviceNet Safety NE1A-HDY01 Mobile Console OPERATION MANUAL...

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    DeviceNet Safety NE1A-HDY01 Mobile Console Operation Manual Produced April 2009...

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    Indicates general mandatory actions for which there is no specific symbol. OMRON Product References All OMRON products are capitalized in this manual. The word “Unit” is also capitalized when it refers to an OMRON product, regardless of whether or not it appears in the proper name of the product.

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     OMRON, 2009 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form, or by any means, mechanical, electronic, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of OMRON.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    SECTION 1 Introduction........

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    SECTION 4 Specifications ........

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    Mobile Console. Be sure to read the precautions provided in the following section. The Mobile Console features easy operation by tapping a touch screen with a stylus. It is a portable maintenance terminal that can be used for maintaining NE0A/NE1A-series Controllers and DST1- series Safety I/O Terminals.

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    WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED ON CONTRACT, WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE, OR STRICT LIABILITY. In no event shall the responsibility of OMRON for any act exceed the individual price of the product on which liability is asserted. IN NO EVENT SHALL OMRON BE RESPONSIBLE FOR WARRANTY, REPAIR, OR OTHER CLAIMS...

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    The following are some examples of applications for which particular attention must be given. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all possible uses of the products, nor is it intended to imply that the uses listed may be suitable for the products: •...

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    PERFORMANCE DATA Performance data given in this manual is provided as a guide for the user in determining suitability and does not constitute a warranty. It may represent the result of OMRON's test conditions, and the users must correlate it to actual application requirements.

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    Precautions for Correct Use ........

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    This manual provides information for programming and operating the Unit. Be sure to read this manual before attempting to use the Unit and keep this man- ual close at hand for reference during operation.

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    • Moving or Transferring Devices or Equipment When moving or transferring devices or equipment, be sure to include this Manual to ensure that the person to whom the device or equipment is be- ing moved or transferred will be able to operate the system properly.

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    Serious personal injury or fire may possibly occur due to rupture, combustion, or heat genera- tion. Observe the following precautions on the built-in lithium-ion battery and lithium battery. • Do not use, place, or store the Product at high temperatures or in a location exposed to sun- light.

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    Observe the following precautions. • When not charging, remove the power supply plug from the outlet. • Do not damage the Charger power cable, modify it, place heavy objects on it, or bend it past its natural bending radius.

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    • Locations close to power supplies The Mobile Console is a Class A product. It may cause radio interference in residential areas, in which case the user may be required to take ade- quate measures to reduce interference. • Power Supply Do not connect the Charger to a power supply that exceeds the ratings.

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    • Do not press hard on or rub the touch screen surface. Doing so may not only cause damage but may break the glass.

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    Checking the Contents of the Package ■ NE1A-HDY01 Mobile Console The following items should be included in the package. Check to make sure that all of the items are included, and that there is no leakage or damage. Name Description Quantity...

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    A controller that supports Safety Networks and has a high troller reliability for use in safety controls. “Safety Network Control- ler” is the name of the Controllers in OMRON's NE0A Series, NE1A Series, and other series. Standard Program- A Programmable Controller (PLC) that is used for Standard mable Controller Controls.

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    Definition of Terms xxiv...

  • Page 24: Introduction

    Overview of Mobile Console ........

  • Page 25: Overview Of Mobile Console

    Network using a USB cable to monitor individual devices and to support replacing devices. The user interface features a lightweight, compact body and an easy touch screen so that work can be carried out standing up, mak- ing it useful for identifying the location of device errors using the monitoring function and reducing the time required for maintenance, such as replacing devices.

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    The Mobile Console uses device parameter files (*.dvf) created by the Net- work Configurator. Device parameter files can be downloaded to the Safety Network Controllers and Safety I/O Terminals. Display of Errors and Countermeasures The status of and countermeasures for errors are displayed in a dialog box.

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    Replace Device Device parameters uploaded from the connected device are downloaded after replacing the device. This function cannot be used if a system error occurs due to a fatal hardware error in the device that is being replaced. Change Mode Changes the operating mode of the connected device.

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    Power Management This function is used to set the power saving features. 2-2-6 Language This function is used to set the language used by the Mobile Con- 2-2-7 sole. Version Displays the Mobile Console version information. 2-2-8...

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    Section 1-1 Overview of Mobile Console 1-1-3 Differences with Network Configurator Functions The differences between the Mobile Console and Network Configurator func- tions are outlined in the following table. OK: Possible, ---: Not possible Item Mobile Console Network Configurator Controllable DeviceNet Safety Devices • NE1A-SCPU Series •...

  • Page 30: Part Names And Functions

    8. Memory Card slot 6. Stylus 9. USB port LCD panel The LCD panel is a touch screen that can be used with the stylus. Refer to 2-1-1 Main Window for the screen names. Control keys Refer to 1-3 Control Keys.

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    3. Clock battery cover 1. Battery cover 4. Strap hook 4. Strap hook Battery cover Covers the rechargeable battery pack. Lock lever Locks the battery cover. Clock battery cover Covers the clock battery. Strap hooks Used to attach the hand strap.

  • Page 32: Control Keys

    The standby modes are the Suspended Mode and the Deep Sleep Mode. Refer to 1-6-2 Standby Modes for details. The Power Mode Key can be used to enter or exit the standby modes. Purpose...

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    Print Screen: Fn + F2 The current display on the LCD screen can be converted to an image file and saved to the Memory Card. The image will be saved with the date and time as the file name. IMPORTANT The Mobile Console cannot access image files saved to the Memory Card.

  • Page 34: Stylus

    Section 1-4 Stylus 1-4-1 Stylus The Mobile Console has a stylus that can be stored in a special holder on the back of the Console. Note (1) Use the enclosed stylus for touch screen operations. Using a sharp object may scratch the touch screen surface so that the screen cannot be used for inputs.

  • Page 35: External Connectors

    External Connectors Section 1-5 External Connectors The Mobile Console is equipped with a USB port for connection to external devices. (It also has a LAN port that is for future expansion.) 1-5-1 External Connectors To connect a USB cable, remove the protective cap covering the connector and connect the cable.

  • Page 36: Starting And Stopping The Mobile Console And Standby Mode

    (2) Refer to 2-2-6 Power Management Settings for the setting method. IMPORTANT Turn OFF the power switch if the Mobile Console will not be used for a long period of time.

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    Starting and Stopping the Mobile Console and Standby Mode Section 1-6 1-6-3 Status Indicators The power supply mode and amount of charge left in the main battery can be checked using LED indicators. Battery charge indicator Power status indicator Power Mode The power mode can be identified according to the combination of the power status indicator and the battery charge indicator.

  • Page 38: Using The Battery Pack

    Replacing the Battery Pack 1,2,3... 1. Turn OFF the power switch. 2. Slide the lock lever on the back in the direction indicated by the arrow to unlock the battery cover. Lock lever 3. Lightly press the grip section of the battery cover and slide it in the direction indicated by the arrow to remove it.

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    6. Insert a charged battery pack and slide it in the direction indicated by the arrow. 7. Place the battery stopper firmly in place. 8. Replace the battery cover. 9. Slide the lock lever in the direction indicated by the arrow to lock the battery cover.

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    IMPORTANT Make sure that the temperature is between 0 and 40 ° C, that the humidity is between 20% and 85%, and that there is no condensation. The battery may not charge fully in conditions outside these ranges.

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    Section 1-7 Using the Battery Pack IMPORTANT When disposing of the Battery Pack, insulate the plus (+) and minus ( − ) termi- nals of the battery with tape. • Follow all local government regulations as applicable when disposing of the Battery Pack.

  • Page 42: Using The Memory Card

    Using the Memory Card The following data is saved in the Memory Card. • Data to be downloaded to or uploaded from connected devices. • Images of the screen captured by the print screen function of the Mobile Console. Note Use the following OMRON Memory Cards.

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    Removing the Memory Card 1,2,3... 1. Pull out the slot cover on the Mobile Console for the Memory Card. 2. The eject lever will be extended if it is pressed in. Press it again to eject the Memory Card. Push Push 3.

  • Page 44: Replacing The Clock Battery

    (Screw size: M2 × 8.) 3. Place your finger where the stylus is inserted and pull off the clock battery cover. 4. Press the clock battery in the holder as if to insert it and then remove it. 2. Remove Clock battery...

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    Dimensions: 20.0 (diameter) × 3.2 mm (thickness) Recommended battery Panasonic Corporation model IMPORTANT When disposing of the battery, insulate the plus (+) and minus ( − ) terminals of the battery with tape. Follow all local government regulations as applicable when disposing of the battery.

  • Page 46: Attaching The Hand Strap

    1-10-2 Attaching the Strap 1,2,3... 1. Thread the strap through the strap hooks for a left-hand or right-hand grip. 2. Fold the ends of the strap over the strap hooks and secure them with the adjusters. 3. Adjust the length of the strap.

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    Attaching the Hand Strap Section 1-10...

  • Page 48: Screen Names And Console Settings

    Language Settings........

  • Page 49: Screen Names And Functions

    2-1-1 Main Window When the Mobile Console power supply is turned ON, the Main Window will be displayed on the screen. Icons for functions supported by the Mobile Con- sole and information about connected DeviceNet Safety Devices will be dis- played.

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    Replace Device Device parameters uploaded from the connected device are downloaded after replacing the device. This function cannot be used if a system error occurs due to a fatal hardware error in the device that is being replaced. Change Mode Changes the operating mode of the connected device.

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    This function is used to set the language used by the Mobile 2-2-7 Console. Version Displays the Mobile Console version information. 2-2-8 Note Refer to 3-2-6 Saving the Screen Image for information on saving the screen image showing monitor results (Fn + F2 Keys).

  • Page 52: Console Settings

    Section 2-2 Console Settings Console Settings Set the Mobile Console using the functions on pages 3 and 4 of the Main Win- dow. 2-2-1 Setting the Monitor Refresh Time Set the monitor refresh timer value for the data acquired by the monitor func- tion.

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    Section 2-2 Console Settings 2. Move the pointer on the brightness scale with the stylus to adjust the brightness. 3. Tap the OK Button. The setting will be applied and the display will return to the Main Window. 2-2-3 Formatting the Memory Card The Memory Card can be formatted.

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    To format another Memory Card, insert the Memory Card and repeat the above procedure from step 3. IMPORTANT All of the data will be deleted from the Memory Card when you format it. Be sure to copy any required data to a computer before you format the Memory Card.

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    The following dialog box will be displayed. 2. Double-tap the checkerboard to set the double-tap speed, then double-tap the icon at the bottom right of the dialog box to test the settings. 3. To calibrate the touch screen, tap the Calibration Tab.

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    1. Touch the Power Management Icon in the Main Window (3/4). The following dialog box will be displayed. 2. Set the time until turning OFF the backlight, the time from turning OFF the backlight until entering Suspended Mode, and the time from entering Sus- pended Mode until entering Deep Sleep Mode.

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    2. Tap the Yes Button. 3. Select the desired language and tap the OK Button. 4. Tap the OK Button. The setting will be applied when the Mobile Console is restarted. The dis- play will return to the Main Window.

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    Displaying the Version Information Version information for the Mobile Console can be displayed. 1,2,3... 1. Tap the Version Icon in the Main Window (4/4). The version information will be displayed. 2. Tap the OK Button. The display will return to the Main Window.

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    Section 2-2 Console Settings...

  • Page 60: Online Operations

    Locking/Unlocking Devices ........

  • Page 61: Basic Online Operations

    For the Mobile Console to communicate with a device in the following cases, the network number must be specified. • To connect to a device that is still in the default status, e.g., when replac- ing a device • When resetting a device to the default status from the Mobile Console...

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    Note (1) If a manually set network number is read from the network, it will be dis- played with zeros from the 5th to the 8th digit as shown below. Example: 000500000001...

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    Section 3-1 Basic Online Operations (2) If the network number was set manually and you know the number, you can also set it manually. Confirming the Network Number from the Network Configurator The network number set in the user’s system can be confirmed with the fol- lowing procedure.

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    Basic Online Operations Section 3-1 Device name Device node number 2. Select the device that you would like to connect to and tap the OK Button. The target device will be changed and the display will return to the Main Window. 3-1-4...

  • Page 65: Reading Device Information

    Error History functions are the same. The items displayed will depend on the connected device. (2) The device status will be displayed as an icon in the Main Window when a device is online. (Refer to 3-1-1 Connecting the Mobile Console.) (3) The screen displaying the device information can be converted to a JPEG image file and saved to the Memory Card.

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    The status of the I/O terminals on an NE0A/NE1A-series or DST1-series Con- troller can be monitored. Monitoring the status can help in troubleshooting errors occurring at the I/O terminals. The displayed parameters will depend on the device that is connected. Refer to the device manual for details on param- eters. 1,2,3...

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    1,2,3... 1. Tap the Device Status Icon in the Main Window (1/4). The following dialog box will be displayed on the Status Tab Page. The de- vice status, as well as current alarms and warnings, will be displayed.

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    Section 3-2 Reading Device Information • Tap the Detail Button to display details on current alarms and warn- ings as shown below. Error information will be dis- played in pairs. • Tap the Detail Button to identify the error. The...

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    Some errors are not deleted even if power supply is interrupted because they are saved in nonvolatile memory. Other errors are deleted when the power supply is interrupted because they are saved in the RAM. Refer to the device manual for details.

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    Saves the error history information to the Memory Card in CSV format. Help Button Select an error and tap the Help Button to display the counter- measures. 2. Tap the Maintenance Tab. Current errors in the connected device will be displayed as shown below.

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    1,2,3... 1. Press the Fn Key and F2 Key together. An image file with the date (YMD) and time (HMS) as the file name will be saved to the Memory Card (example: 20090121144005.jpg) • If the screen is saved correctly, the file name and a message indicating that the save was completed will be displayed.

  • Page 72: Replacing A Device

    Devices can be easily replaced using the Replace Device function. IMPORTANT If a system error occurs due to a hardware error or other fatal error in the device that is being replaced, “H” will be displayed on the leftmost digit of the 7-segment display on an NE1A-series Controller or the MS indicator will light red on an NE0A-SCPU01 or DST1-series Controller.

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    Section 3-3 Replacing a Device IMPORTANT When replacing a device, replace it with a device that is in the factory-default status. The operation may not be performed correctly if a device is replaced with a configured device. 4. After replacing the device, tap the Yes Button.

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    This completes replacing the device. 12. Tap the OK Button. The display will return to the Main Window. IMPORTANT A device password cannot be set with the Mobile Console. Set the device password from the Network Configurator. Note Devices can also be replaced in the same way by using the following proce- dure: Upload the parameters and save them to a file, replace the device, download the parameters, and then lock/unlock the configuration.

  • Page 75: Uploading Parameters

    Storage Card means the Memory Card 4. Check the location and file name for saving the file, and then tap the OK Button. • Use the input panel or keys on the Mobile Console to change the file name if necessary.

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    Section 3-4 Uploading Parameters IMPORTANT Always specify the Memory Card folder as the save folder. The file cannot be deleted or copied if it is saved in Mobile Console memory. When saving the file has been completed, the safety signature of the up- loaded device parameters will be displayed.

  • Page 77: Downloading Parameters

    (an S mark or locked mark will be displayed). IMPORTANT The device parameter file (*dvf) used by the Mobile Console is created from a network configuration file (*.ncf) that has been verified or locked. The system may not operate properly if the file is not verified or locked.

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    • Tapping the No Button will cancel downloading. The Open Device Parameter Dialog Box will be displayed. 4. Specify the location and name of the file to be downloaded. Tap the OK Button on the top right of the dialog box.

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    Section 3-5 Downloading Parameters IMPORTANT Always confirm that the network number is correct. Operation may not be cor- rect if the device is configured with the wrong network number. 6. Check the network number and tap the Yes Button. If the device is locked, the following dialog box will be displayed.

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    Section 3-5 Downloading Parameters 10. To lock the configuration, tap the Yes Button. If the device was in RUN mode before downloading, the following dialog box will be displayed asking whether the device should be returned to RUN mode. 11. Tap the Yes Button or the No Button.

  • Page 81: Resetting A Device

    The information above is saved in nonvolatile memory in the device. It will not be cleared by restarting the power supply. To clear the information (to return to the default settings), select the Reboot and reset configuration or Reboot...

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    Tap the OK Button. After resetting, the display will return to the Main Window. IMPORTANT A device password cannot be set with the Mobile Console. To not reset the password, select the Reboot and reset configuration without below Option and select the Password Check Box before resetting.

  • Page 83: Changing The Mode

    1. Tap the Change Mode Icon in the Main Window (2/4). The following dialog box will be displayed. IMPORTANT Always confirm that the network number is correct. Operation may not be cor- rect if the device is configured with the wrong network number.

  • Page 84: Locking/unlocking Devices

    Note This dialog box will not be displayed if the device is not locked. 2. Check the safety signature of the device to be locked or unlocked, and then tap the Close Button. One of the following dialog boxes will be displayed.

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    Section 3-8 Locking/Unlocking Devices 4. Enter the password of the connected device and tap the OK Button. When completed, the display will return to the Main Window.

  • Page 86: Specifications

    Mobile Console........

  • Page 87: Mobile Console Ratings And Specifications

    It is provided for reference only. The time depends on the operating tem- perature and other conditions. (3) This is an estimated time. It is provided for reference only. The time de- pends on the operating temperature and other conditions.

  • Page 88: Battery Pack Ratings And Specifications

    3 hours (See note.) Weight 0.11 kg max. Note The charging time is an approximation and is provided only as a guideline. The actual time will depend on the operating environment, operating condi- tions, and the state of the battery.

  • Page 89: Charger Ratings And Specifications

    Charging Charging voltage/current 8.4 V/1 A specifica- Status indicators LED indicators are used for the following status. tions • No battery or pre-charge: Not lit • Charging normal: Lit red • Charging complete: Lit green • Error detected: Flashing red Ambient operating temperature 0 to 40°C...

  • Page 90: Dimensions

    Section 4-4 Dimensions Dimensions 4-4-1 Mobile Console 42.5...

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    Section 4-4 Dimensions 4-4-2 Charger 4-4-3 Battery Pack...

  • Page 92: Index

    Device Status Icon dimensions Main Window display Maintenance Tab Connect Icon Device Information Memory Card function menu Memory Card Format Icon page Memory Card slot Display Property Icon Mobile Console xxii Double-Tap Tab Mobile Console functions Download Icon Mobile Console settings...

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    Suspended Mode Parameters Tab time zone Power Management Icon Power Mode Key power status indicator power switch Upload Icon precautions for safe use USB port regulations Version Icon Remote I/O Terminal xxiii Replace Device Icon Reset Icon warnings...

  • Page 94: Revision History

    Revision History The manual revision is indicated at the end of the Cat. No. printed at the lower left of back cover of the manual. Cat. No. Z921-E1-01 Revision code The following table outlines the changes made to the manual during each revision. Page numbers refer to the previous version.

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    Tel: (1) 510-608-3400/Fax: (1) 510-744-1442 Shiokoji Horikawa, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, 600-8530 Japan OMRON ASIA PACIFIC PTE. LTD. Tel: (81) 75-344-7093/Fax: (81) 75-344-8197 No. 438A Alexandra Road # 05-05/08 (Lobby 2), Alexandra Technopark, Singapore 119967 Tel: (65) 6835-3011/Fax: (65) 6835-2711 Regional Headquarters OMRON (CHINA) CO., LTD.

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