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OMRON CJ2 CPU UNIT User Manual

OMRON CJ2 CPU UNIT User Manual (670 pages)

Brand: OMRON | Category: Processor | Size: 21.02 MB
Table of contents
Intended Audience7................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Information11................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents15................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions27................................................................................................................................................................
Application Precautions31................................................................................................................................................................
Related Manuals45................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Cj2 Cpu Units47................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operating Procedure47................................................................................................................................................................
Overview47................................................................................................................................................................
Cj2 Cpu Unit Features47................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Configuration59................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Areas And Stored Data59................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Data From A Programming Device To The Cpu Unit59................................................................................................................................................................
Built-in Flash Memory60................................................................................................................................................................
Built-in Ram60................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Memory In The Cpu Unit61................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Unit Internal Operation63................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Unit Operating Modes63................................................................................................................................................................
Startup Initialization64................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle Time66................................................................................................................................................................
Program Execution66................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Unit Operation68................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Refreshing68................................................................................................................................................................
Processing At Power Interruptions69................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Modes70................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Operating Mode71................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Operating Mode72................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Mode Details76................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Cpu Unit Initialization78................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Unit Initial Settings78................................................................................................................................................................
Dip Switch78................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Name80................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Tables81................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Bus Unit Setup Area82................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Setup84................................................................................................................................................................
Creating I/o Tables85................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Tables85................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Allocation86................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Allocation86................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Routing Tables87................................................................................................................................................................
Local Network Table88................................................................................................................................................................
Relay Network Table88................................................................................................................................................................
Cases In Which Routing Tables Are Required89................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Transferring Routing Tables90................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Allocated Dm Area Words For Special I/o Units And Cpu Bus Units91................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Procedure91................................................................................................................................................................
Programming95................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Overview95................................................................................................................................................................
Program Capacity97................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Ladder Diagram Concepts98................................................................................................................................................................
St Language100................................................................................................................................................................
Sfc Overview101................................................................................................................................................................
Tasks103................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Tasks103................................................................................................................................................................
Cyclic Tasks106................................................................................................................................................................
Cyclic Task Status108................................................................................................................................................................
Task Control Instructions109................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Tasks112................................................................................................................................................................
External Interrupts120................................................................................................................................................................
Designing Tasks122................................................................................................................................................................
Flags Related To Tasks125................................................................................................................................................................
Sections132................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Sections132................................................................................................................................................................
Function Blocks134................................................................................................................................................................
Features Of Function Blocks135................................................................................................................................................................
Function Block Specifications136................................................................................................................................................................
Symbols139................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Symbols140................................................................................................................................................................
Variables In Function Blocks141................................................................................................................................................................
Global Symbols142................................................................................................................................................................
Local Symbols142................................................................................................................................................................
Network Symbols (cj2h-cpu6 @ -eip And Cj2m-cpu3 @ Only)143................................................................................................................................................................
Network Symbols (cj2h-cpu6@-eip And Cj2m-cpu3@ Only)143................................................................................................................................................................
Symbol Data Types148................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Arrays149................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Address Allocation To Symbols153................................................................................................................................................................
Instructions154................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Understanding Of Instructions154................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction Conditions155................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction Location And Execution Conditions156................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction Variations157................................................................................................................................................................
Execution Conditions157................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Operands161................................................................................................................................................................
Data Formats169................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Refresh Timing173................................................................................................................................................................
Cyclic Refresh173................................................................................................................................................................
Index Registers178................................................................................................................................................................
What Are Index Registers?178................................................................................................................................................................
Using Index Registers178................................................................................................................................................................
What Are Index Registers178................................................................................................................................................................
Processing Related To Index Registers183................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Index Registers184................................................................................................................................................................
Sharing Index And Data Registers Between Tasks185................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Address Offsets187................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Address Offset Application189................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Programs190................................................................................................................................................................
Errors During Cx-programmer Input190................................................................................................................................................................
Program Checks With The Cx-programmer190................................................................................................................................................................
Debugging With The Simulator191................................................................................................................................................................
Error Simulation Function193................................................................................................................................................................
Program Execution Check194................................................................................................................................................................
Other Errors195................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions197................................................................................................................................................................
Condition Flags197................................................................................................................................................................
Special Program Sections202................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Memory Areas208................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Memory Area Overview208................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Memory Area Structure210................................................................................................................................................................
Holding I/o Memory Values212................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Area214................................................................................................................................................................
Input Bits214................................................................................................................................................................
Output Bits216................................................................................................................................................................
Data Link Area219................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Data Refresh Area220................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Bus Unit Area221................................................................................................................................................................
Special I/o Unit Area222................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse I/o Area223................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Plc Link Area224................................................................................................................................................................
Devicenet Area225................................................................................................................................................................
Work Area226................................................................................................................................................................
Holding Area227................................................................................................................................................................
Self-maintaining Bits227................................................................................................................................................................
Auxiliary Area229................................................................................................................................................................
Temporary Relay Area230................................................................................................................................................................
Data Memory Area231................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Data Memory Area234................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Address Allocation234................................................................................................................................................................
File Memory235................................................................................................................................................................
Trace Memory235................................................................................................................................................................
Timer Areas238................................................................................................................................................................
Counter Areas240................................................................................................................................................................
Task Flags241................................................................................................................................................................
Data Registers247................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Pulses251................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of File Memory254................................................................................................................................................................
Initializing File Memory255................................................................................................................................................................
Em File Memory255................................................................................................................................................................
File Operations256................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Card Precautions257................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Card Recognition Time257................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Files Stored In File Memory259................................................................................................................................................................
File Types259................................................................................................................................................................
Program/network Symbol File259................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter File260................................................................................................................................................................
Data File260................................................................................................................................................................
Comment File261................................................................................................................................................................
Program Index File261................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Backup File261................................................................................................................................................................
Creating And Saving Files For File Memory262................................................................................................................................................................
File Memory Operations263................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of File Memory Operations263................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Restore Operation264................................................................................................................................................................
File Memory Operating Procedures And File Memory Files265................................................................................................................................................................
Files Automatically Transferred At Startup265................................................................................................................................................................
General-purpose Files267................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On File Use271................................................................................................................................................................
File Sizes272................................................................................................................................................................
Relation Between Support Software And File Memory Files273................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Allocations276................................................................................................................................................................
Allocating First Words To Racks288................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Table Errors And Precautions291................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Cpu Bus Units And Special I/o Units294................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Parameters294................................................................................................................................................................
Data Exchange298................................................................................................................................................................
Special I/o Units298................................................................................................................................................................
Fins Commands299................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Bus Units300................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Plc Setup304................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Setup Settings306................................................................................................................................................................
Startup Operation Settings307................................................................................................................................................................
Iom Hold Bit Startup Hold Setting308................................................................................................................................................................
Execution Setting309................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Unit Settings310................................................................................................................................................................
Execute Process310................................................................................................................................................................
Background Execution Settings314................................................................................................................................................................
Retry Counts315................................................................................................................................................................
Timings/synchronous Settings316................................................................................................................................................................
Watch Cycle Time316................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduled Interrupt Interval318................................................................................................................................................................
Power Off Detection Delay Time319................................................................................................................................................................
Power Off Interrupt Disabled320................................................................................................................................................................
Special I/o Unit Cyclic Refreshing321................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Siou Cyclic Refresh321................................................................................................................................................................
Basic I/o Unit Rack Response Times323................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Port Settings325................................................................................................................................................................
Peripheral Service332................................................................................................................................................................
Set Time To All Events332................................................................................................................................................................
Fins Protection333................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Fins Write Protection Via Network333................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Module334................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Functions337................................................................................................................................................................
Times Stored In Memory338................................................................................................................................................................
Power On Clock Data338................................................................................................................................................................
Power Interruption Time339................................................................................................................................................................
Total Power On Time339................................................................................................................................................................
Free-running Timers340................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle Time/high-speed Processing341................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Cycle Time341................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Cycle Time342................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Cycle Time343................................................................................................................................................................
High-speed Inputs343................................................................................................................................................................
Background Execution344................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Example350................................................................................................................................................................
High-speed Interrupt Function353................................................................................................................................................................
Startup Settings And Maintenance356................................................................................................................................................................
Holding Settings For Operating Mode Changes And At Startup356................................................................................................................................................................
Power Off Detection Delay Setting358................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Power Off Interrupts359................................................................................................................................................................
Run Output360................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Transfer At Startup361................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Management Functions369................................................................................................................................................................
Basic I/o Unit Management369................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Bus Unit Flags/bits371................................................................................................................................................................
Special I/o Unit Flags/bits372................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Management Functions373................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Backup373................................................................................................................................................................
Em File Memory Functions375................................................................................................................................................................
Comment Memory376................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Entire Program During Operation377................................................................................................................................................................
Example Programs380................................................................................................................................................................
Example Program380................................................................................................................................................................
Security Functions384................................................................................................................................................................
Write-protection Using The Dip Switch384................................................................................................................................................................
Read Protection Using Passwords384................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure385................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling/disabling Saving To Memory Cards387................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling Program Overwriting388................................................................................................................................................................
Program Operation Protection Using Production Lot Numbers389................................................................................................................................................................
Write Protection From Fins Commands390................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Names394................................................................................................................................................................
Debugging397................................................................................................................................................................
Forced Set/reset397................................................................................................................................................................
Test Input398................................................................................................................................................................
Differential Monitoring398................................................................................................................................................................
Online Editing399................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Off Outputs401................................................................................................................................................................
Tracing Data402................................................................................................................................................................
Storing The Stop Position At Errors410................................................................................................................................................................
Failure Alarm Instructions411................................................................................................................................................................
Simulating System Errors412................................................................................................................................................................
Failure Point Detection413................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Unit Operation415................................................................................................................................................................
Application Example417................................................................................................................................................................
Details On Synchronous Unit Operation418................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Unit Operation Specifications421................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Data Refresh422................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions In Using Synchronous Unit Operation426................................................................................................................................................................
Application Procedure428................................................................................................................................................................
Writing The Synchronous Interrupt Task431................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting And Troubleshooting Synchronous Unit Operation432................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing A Plc From The Cx-programmer438................................................................................................................................................................
System Configurations For Accessible Plcs440................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Online Connection447................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Communications451................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Serial Communications451................................................................................................................................................................
No-protocol Communications System453................................................................................................................................................................
Host Link Fins455................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Specifications457................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration457................................................................................................................................................................
Communications Networks465................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Unit Operation Flowchart472................................................................................................................................................................
Computing The Cycle Time472................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle Time Overview473................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Unit Refresh Times For Individual Units475................................................................................................................................................................
Cycle Time Calculation Example479................................................................................................................................................................
Online Editing Cycle Time Extension481................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Response Time481................................................................................................................................................................
Response Time For Input Interrupts482................................................................................................................................................................
Response Performance Of Serial Plc Links483................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-1 Sequence Input Instructions487................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-2 Sequence Output Instructions489................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-3 Sequence Control Instructions490................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-4 Timer And Counter Instructions494................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-5 Comparison Instructions498................................................................................................................................................................
Cj2 Cpu Unit Software User's Manual499................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-6 Data Movement Instructions502................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-7 Data Shift Instructions504................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-8 Increment/decrement Instructions508................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-9 Symbol Math Instructions508................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-10 Conversion Instructions513................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-11 Logic Instructions519................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-12 Special Math Instructions521................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-13 Floating-point Math Instructions522................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-14 Double-precision Floating-point Instructions526................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-15 Table Data Processing Instructions529................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-16 Tracking Instructions533................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-17 Data Control Instructions534................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-18 Subroutine Instructions538................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-19 Interrupt Control Instructions539................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-20 High-speed Counter/pulse Output Instructions540................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-21 Step Instructions542................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-22 Basic I/o Unit Instructions542................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-23 Serial Communications Instructions545................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-24 Network Instructions547................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-25 File Memory Instructions549................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-26 Display Instructions550................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-27 Clock Instructions551................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-28 Debugging Instructions552................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-29 Failure Diagnosis Instructions552................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-30 Other Instructions553................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-31 Block Programming Instructions554................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-32 Text String Processing Instructions558................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-33 Task Control Instructions561................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-34 Model Conversion Instructions561................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-35 Special Function Block Instructions562................................................................................................................................................................
A-2 Instruction Execution Times And Number Of Steps564................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-1 Sequence Input Instructions565................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-2 Sequence Output Instructions565................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-3 Sequence Control Instructions566................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-4 Timer And Counter Instructions567................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-5 Comparison Instructions568................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-6 Data Movement Instructions569................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-7 Data Shift Instructions570................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-8 Increment/decrement Instructions571................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-9 Symbol Math Instructions571................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-10 Conversion Instructions573................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-11 Logic Instructions575................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-12 Special Math Instructions575................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-13 Floating-point Math Instructions576................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-14 Double-precision Floating-point Instructions577................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-15 Table Data Processing Instructions578................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-16 Tracking Instructions580................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-17 Data Control Instructions580................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-18 Subroutine Instructions581................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-19 Interrupt Control Instructions582................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-20 High-speed Counter/pulse Output Instructions582................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-21 Step Instructions585................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-22 Basic I/o Unit Instructions585................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-23 Serial Communications Instructions586................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-24 Network Instructions587................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-25 File Memory Instructions587................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-26 Display Instructions588................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-27 Clock Instructions588................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-28 Debugging Instructions588................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-29 Failure Diagnosis Instructions588................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-30 Other Instructions589................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-31 Block Programming Instructions589................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-32 Text String Processing Instructions591................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-33 Task Control Instructions592................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-34 Model Conversion Instructions592................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-35 Special Function Block Instructions593................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-36 Sfc Instructions593................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-37 Function Block Instance Execution Time593................................................................................................................................................................
A-3-1 Read-only Area (set By System)595................................................................................................................................................................
A-3 Auxiliary Area595................................................................................................................................................................
A-3-2 Read/write Area (set By User)634................................................................................................................................................................
A-3-3 Details On Auxiliary Area Operation645................................................................................................................................................................
A-4-1 Plc Memory Addresses648................................................................................................................................................................
A-4 Memory Map Of Plc Memory Addresses648................................................................................................................................................................
A-4-2 Memory Map649................................................................................................................................................................
A-5-1 Power Off Operation650................................................................................................................................................................
A-5 Operation For Power Interruptions650................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of Operation651................................................................................................................................................................
A-5-2 Instruction Execution For Power Interruptions652................................................................................................................................................................
A-6-1 Changing Windows Firewall Settings654................................................................................................................................................................
A-6 Ethernet/ip Connections From Windows Xp (sp2 Or Higher), Windows Vista Or Windows 7654................................................................................................................................................................
A-7 Plc Comparison Charts: Cj-series And Cs-series Plcs657................................................................................................................................................................
A-8-1 Cj2h Cpu Unit661................................................................................................................................................................
A-8 Functions Supported For Unit Versions661................................................................................................................................................................
A-8-2 Cj2m Cpu Unit662................................................................................................................................................................
Index663................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History667................................................................................................................................................................
OMRON CJ2 CPU UNIT User Manual

OMRON CJ2 CPU UNIT User Manual (424 pages)

Brand: OMRON | Category: Processor | Size: 9.04 MB
Table of contents
Intended Audience7................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Information11................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents15................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions23................................................................................................................................................................
Application Precautions27................................................................................................................................................................
Basic System Configuration41................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Cj2 Cpu Units44................................................................................................................................................................
Overview44................................................................................................................................................................
Cj2 Cpu Unit Features46................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operating Procedure54................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications55................................................................................................................................................................
General Specifications55................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Specifications56................................................................................................................................................................
Index57................................................................................................................................................................
Function Specifications63................................................................................................................................................................
Expanded System Configuration71................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Cards78................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Racks81................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Communications97................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Example98................................................................................................................................................................
Communications Networks99................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Units102................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Section102................................................................................................................................................................
Nomenclature And Functions103................................................................................................................................................................
Built-in Ethernet/ip Section (cj2h-cpu6 @ -eip And Cj2m-cpu3 @ Only)108................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Card113................................................................................................................................................................
Models And Specifications113................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedures113................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Removing114................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse I/o Modules (cj2m Cpu Unit Only)117................................................................................................................................................................
Part Names And Functions117................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Option Boards (cj2m-cpu3@ Only)120................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Units121................................................................................................................................................................
Components124................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Power Supply Unit127................................................................................................................................................................
Cj-series Basic I/o Units128................................................................................................................................................................
Basic I/o Units With Terminal Blocks128................................................................................................................................................................
Thirty-two/sixty-four-point Basic I/o Units With Connectors130................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Control Units And I/o Interface Units132................................................................................................................................................................
Component Names132................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration132................................................................................................................................................................
Support Software134................................................................................................................................................................
Cx-one Fa Integrated Tool Package134................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Methods137................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting By Usb137................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting By Rs-232c139................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To Ethernet (cj2h-cpu6 @ -eip And Cj2m-cpu3 @ Only)141................................................................................................................................................................
Fail-safe Circuits146................................................................................................................................................................
Installation148................................................................................................................................................................
Installation And Wiring Precautions148................................................................................................................................................................
Installation In A Control Panel150................................................................................................................................................................
Assembled Appearance And Dimensions152................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Plc Components157................................................................................................................................................................
Din Track Installation159................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Cj-series Expansion Racks161................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Connections162................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring164................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Wiring164................................................................................................................................................................
Output Specifications168................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Cj-series Basic I/o Units With Terminal Blocks171................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Basic I/o Units With Connectors173................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To Connector-terminal Block Conversion Units Or I/o Relay Terminals177................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Pulse I/o Modules To External I/o Devices (cj2m Cpu Unit Only)177................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting I/o Devices179................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Through An Ethernet Cable (cj2h-cpu6 @ -eip And Cj2m-cpu3 @ Only)183................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Connectors184................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Cable184................................................................................................................................................................
Control Panel Installation186................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature186................................................................................................................................................................
Humidity188................................................................................................................................................................
Vibration And Shock188................................................................................................................................................................
Atmosphere188................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Environment189................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Methods192................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding194................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Unit Errors198................................................................................................................................................................
Errors And Remedies198................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Errors198................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Detailed Status199................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Error Log Information199................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting200................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Table Verification201................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Errors202................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Errors203................................................................................................................................................................
Error Causes And Remedies204................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Reset205................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Errors206................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Built-in Ethernet/ip Port Error Status221................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Error Status At The Ethernet/ip Port Seven-segment Display222................................................................................................................................................................
Non-cpu Unit Errors And Remedies224................................................................................................................................................................
Inspections232................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection Points232................................................................................................................................................................
Tools Required For Inspections233................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Replacement Precautions234................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Battery235................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement235................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Procedure236................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When Battery Is Exhausted Or Not Installed238................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection And Maintenance239................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Unit Replacement Time240................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up Data248................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Computer To Back Up Data249................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Backup Tool249................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Backup Tool Operations250................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Backup253................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Backup Operations With Indicators256................................................................................................................................................................
Related Auxiliary Bits/words258................................................................................................................................................................
Time Required For Simple Backup258................................................................................................................................................................
Data Backed Up Using Simple Backup258................................................................................................................................................................
A-1 Specifications Of Basic I/o Units264................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-1 Overview Of Units264................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-2 Basic I/o Units267................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-3 Precautions On Contact Output Units319................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-4 Connecting Connector-terminal Block Conversion Units And I/o Relay Terminals321................................................................................................................................................................
Inputs And Outputs343................................................................................................................................................................
A-2 Dimensions356................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-1 Cj2h Cpu Units356................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-2 Cj2m Cpu Units357................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-3 Power Supply Units358................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-4 Basic I/o Units360................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-5 I/o Control Unit And I/o Interface Unit363................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-6 I/o Memory Card363................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-7 Pulse I/o Modules (cj2m Cpu Unit Only)363................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-8 Serial Option Boards (cj2m-cpu3 @ Only)364................................................................................................................................................................
A-3 Fatal And Non-fatal Error Details365................................................................................................................................................................
A-3-1 Fatal Errors365................................................................................................................................................................
A-3-2 Non-fatal Errors370................................................................................................................................................................
A-4 Connecting To A Serial Port On The Cpu Unit373................................................................................................................................................................
A-4-1 Serial Port Interface Types And Specifications373................................................................................................................................................................
Communications Specifications374................................................................................................................................................................
A-4-2 Connection Examples379................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Example393................................................................................................................................................................
A-4-3 Applicable Connectors And Recommended Cables394................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Examples399................................................................................................................................................................
A-5 Installing The Usb Driver401................................................................................................................................................................
A-6 Load Short-circuit Protection And Line Disconnection Detection For Basic I/o Units411................................................................................................................................................................
A-6-1 Load Short-circuit Protection And Line Disconnection Detection For Cj1w-od202411................................................................................................................................................................
A-6-2 Load Short-circuit Protection For Cj1w-od204/od212/od232/md232413................................................................................................................................................................
A-7 Relay Output Noise Reduction Methods415................................................................................................................................................................
A-8 Functions Supported For Unit Versions417................................................................................................................................................................
A-8-1 Cj2h Cpu Units417................................................................................................................................................................
A-8-2 Cj2m Cpu Units418................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History421................................................................................................................................................................
Omron CJ2 CPU UNIT User Manual

Omron CJ2 CPU UNIT User Manual (353 pages)

CJ Series  
Brand: Omron | Category: Processor | Size: 12.74 MB
Table of contents
Intended Audience7................................................................................................................................................................
Overview9................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Information10................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents13................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions21................................................................................................................................................................
Application Precautions27................................................................................................................................................................
Related Manuals34................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Cj2 Cpu Units38................................................................................................................................................................
Cj2 Cpu Unit Features39................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operating Procedure43................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications44................................................................................................................................................................
General Specifications44................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Specifications45................................................................................................................................................................
Function Specifications49................................................................................................................................................................
Basic System Configuration And Devices55................................................................................................................................................................
Basic System Configuration56................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Rack57................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Cards58................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Racks61................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Units64................................................................................................................................................................
Calculating Unit Current Consumption72................................................................................................................................................................
Calculating Power Consumption74................................................................................................................................................................
Expanded System Configuration76................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Example77................................................................................................................................................................
Communications Networks78................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Units82................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Section82................................................................................................................................................................
Nomenclature And Functions83................................................................................................................................................................
Built-in Ethernet/ip Section87................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Card92................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Removing93................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Units96................................................................................................................................................................
Components99................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Power Supply Unit101................................................................................................................................................................
Cj-series Basic I/o Units103................................................................................................................................................................
Basic I/o Units With Terminal Blocks103................................................................................................................................................................
Thirty-two/sixty-four-point Basic I/o Units With Connectors105................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Control Units And I/o Interface Units106................................................................................................................................................................
Component Names106................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration106................................................................................................................................................................
Support Software108................................................................................................................................................................
Cx-one Fa Integrated Tool Package108................................................................................................................................................................
Installation112................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Methods112................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting By Usb112................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting By Rs-232c114................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting By Ethernet116................................................................................................................................................................
Fail-safe Circuits120................................................................................................................................................................
Installation And Wiring Precautions122................................................................................................................................................................
Installation In A Control Panel124................................................................................................................................................................
Assembled Appearance And Dimensions126................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Plc Components129................................................................................................................................................................
Din Track Installation132................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Cj-series Expansion Racks134................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Connections135................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring137................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Wiring137................................................................................................................................................................
Output Specifications141................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Cj-series Basic I/o Units With Terminal Blocks143................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Basic I/o Units With Connectors145................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To Connector-terminal Block Conversion Units Or I/o Relay Terminals149................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting I/o Devices150................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring With Ethernet Cable154................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Connectors155................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Cable155................................................................................................................................................................
Control Panel Installation157................................................................................................................................................................
Humidity159................................................................................................................................................................
Vibration And Shock159................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Environment160................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding164................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting167................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Unit Errors168................................................................................................................................................................
Errors And Remedies168................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Errors168................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Detailed Status169................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Error Log Information169................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Table Verification171................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Errors172................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Errors173................................................................................................................................................................
Error Causes And Remedies174................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Reset175................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Errors176................................................................................................................................................................
Built-in Ethernet/ip Port Errors And Remedies189................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Built-in Ethernet/ip Port Error Status189................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Error Status At The Ethernet/ip Port Seven-segment Display190................................................................................................................................................................
Non-cpu Unit Errors And Remedies192................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection And Maintenance199................................................................................................................................................................
Inspections200................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection Points200................................................................................................................................................................
Tools Required For Inspections201................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Replacement Precautions202................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Battery203................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement203................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Procedure204................................................................................................................................................................
Operation When Battery Is Exhausted Or Not Installed206................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Unit Replacement Time208................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up Data216................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Computer To Back Up Data217................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Backup Tool217................................................................................................................................................................
Plc Backup Tool Operations218................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Backup221................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedures222................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Backup Operations With Indicators224................................................................................................................................................................
Related Auxiliary Bits/words226................................................................................................................................................................
Time Required For Simple Backup226................................................................................................................................................................
Data Backed Up Using Simple Backup226................................................................................................................................................................
A-1 Specifications Of Basic I/o Units232................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-2 Basic I/o Units234................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-3 Precautions On Contact Output Units281................................................................................................................................................................
A-1-4 Connecting Connector-terminal Block Conversion Units And I/o Relay Terminals283................................................................................................................................................................
Inputs And Outputs303................................................................................................................................................................
A-2 Dimensions316................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-3 Basic I/o Units319................................................................................................................................................................
A-2-4 I/o Control Unit And I/o Interface Unit322................................................................................................................................................................
A-3 Fatal And Non-fatal Error Details323................................................................................................................................................................
A-3-2 Non-fatal Errors328................................................................................................................................................................
A-4 Connecting To The Rs-232c Serial Port On The Cpu Unit331................................................................................................................................................................
A-4-2 Connection Examples332................................................................................................................................................................
A-4-3 Applicable Connectors And Recommended Cables335................................................................................................................................................................
A-4-4 Example Of Recommended Rs-232c Wiring336................................................................................................................................................................
A-4-5 Wiring Connectors337................................................................................................................................................................
A-5 Installing The Usb Driver340................................................................................................................................................................
A-6 Load Short-circuit Protection And Line Disconnection Detection For Basic I/o Units345................................................................................................................................................................
A-6-2 Load Short-circuit Protection For Cj1w-od204/od212/od232/md232347................................................................................................................................................................
A-7 Relay Output Noise Reduction Methods349................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History351................................................................................................................................................................
Omron CJ2 CPU UNIT Manual

Omron CJ2 CPU UNIT Manual (40 pages)

Programmable Automation Controllers  
Brand: Omron | Category: Network Card | Size: 8.21 MB
Table of contents
Key Features And Benefits3................................................................................................................................................................
Data Links7................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration16................................................................................................................................................................
External Interface18................................................................................................................................................................
General Specifications19................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Specifications20................................................................................................................................................................
Ordering Information24................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Units24................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Devices26................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications27................................................................................................................................................................
OMRON CJ2 CPU UNIT Datasheet

OMRON CJ2 CPU UNIT Datasheet (24 pages)

Brand: OMRON | Category: Processor | Size: 2.71 MB