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Advanced Industrial Automation
• Programmable Controllers
• Wiring Systems
• Industrial Communication
• Remote I/O
• Industrial Information Technology
• Machine Management Tools
• HMI
• Software
Automation Systems
GENERAL CATALOGUE 2004
Automation Systems
2004
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WELCOME TO OMRON’S
AUTOMATION SYSTEMS CATALOGUE
This catalogue features products that are ideally suited for future-oriented plant and machinery
automation. All products are perfectly matched to provide full compatibility. The open, inter-
level communication structure of DeviceNet and the latest CJ-1 generation of PLCs are two
prime examples of this. More about the very latest products such as the PROFIBUS-DP units
and the NS range of advanced terminals can be found on pages 4-7 of this catalogue.
Advanced Industrial Automation
New products
Product selection table
Applications
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ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
Today’s industrial manufacturers are constantly
faced with new challenges posed by ever increas-
ing demands on performance, quality and cost. In
an environment where every movement, every
component and every assembly operation must
be immediately and automatically recorded,
checked and documented for maximum efficiency,
Omron can provide the solution. Omron’s industri-
al automation product range includes optical sen-
sors and measuring systems, high-speed industri-
al-grade image processing systems, controlling
and switching devices, highly dynamic drives and
product tracking systems for information inter-
change, all of which meet today’s industrial
automation challenges.
Omron also caters to the logistics and information
processing sectors by developing advanced net-
work and field bus systems, which ensure that rel-
evant data collected in the field by sensors and
other equipment can be easily accessed and
analysed by production managers through stan-
dard Office applications.
Omron is your one-stop shop for future-oriented
products matched to perform in perfect unison. We
are constantly developing new products and
enhancing existing ones. Each year sees the intro-
duction of at least 20 new product ranges in indus-
trial components, safety engineering, sensors,
image processing, drives and automation systems.
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Our close relations with customers and partners in
industry mean we are well-placed to quickly identi-
fy new trends which we can incorporate in the
development of our own new products. In this we
are helped by our Research and Development
(R&D) Centres and our highly efficient production
sites in the major regions of the world. With such
distributed facilities, Omron can achieve customer-
specific solutions and modifications with a very
short time to market. In fact our customers see us
more as joint developers for their own machinery
and plant and as solution providers for their
increasingly complex automation requirements,
while we see our customers as providing the prod-
uct ideas and development impetus so vital to our
own future. It’s a partnership that works very well
on both sides.
You too can choose such a partnership. Choose
Advanced Technology & Services – choose Omron.
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reconfigure settings for the complete control sys-
tem, all from the HMI without any PCs or program-
ming software. That’s why we call it to Machine
Management Tool, and that’s why it’s more than
just an HMI!
Portfolio extended
Also new is a smaller 5.7” STN model to complement
the 8”, 10” and 12” TFT screens already available to
allow this powerful ‘Machine Management’ functio-
nality to be used on a wide range of machines and to
fully complement the range of Omron PLC’s. The ad-
vantage with Omron is that application code written
for NS5 will work on all products in the family allo-
wing a scalable display solution without extra costs.
The new NS product range now offers greatly incre-
ased functionality with several patented features,
while also offering faster performance and screen
updating. The patented features allow the NS termi-
nals to actually embed pre-tested communications
components (Smart Active Parts) into the NS appli-
cation simply with a drag-and-drop operation.
The components are created and tested by Omron
engineers and will be available for free from the
Omron website. Once you have downloaded the
Smart Active Parts library you’ll be able to create, in
minutes, functionality for your machine that previ-
ously took skilled programmers hours to create.
This can be combined with the possibility to pro-
gram the PLC, monitor the existing control program,
Increased functionality, reduced size: The NS range – it’s more than an HMI
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NEW PRODUCTS
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The fieldbus connectivity of Omron’s CS1 and CJ1
PLC family ranges is now extended with PROFIBUS.
For CS1 and CJ1 both a PROFIBUS-DP master and for
CJ1 also a PROFIBUS-DP slave is available, devel-
oped and produced in Europe. Both the CS1 and
CJ1 PLC ranges now feature a PROFIBUS-DP Master
Unit. In addition, a Slave Unit is available for CJ1.
Advanced supporting tool
Today’s fieldbus configuration tools have evolved
to support a wide range of functions that include
engineering, commissioning, operation, diagnos-
tics and maintenance. Omron’s PROFIBUS solution
uses FDT/DTM (Field Device Tool & Device Type
Manager) open technology to fulfill these tasks.
PROFIBUS masters on CS1 and CJ1
This technology enables control system manufac-
turers to provide customers with an optimized dis-
play of all functions and data. It is implemented in
FDT/DTM provides an open standard for interfaces
for software components that support the field
device. The core of the concept is the DTM, which
can be used in all software tools supporting the
FDT interface. The DTM is the configuration and
management component for a field device. It con-
tains all configuration information, diagnostics,
maintenance information and even graphical user
dialogs of the specific device. As FDT/DTM is a
open interface, any supplier’s DTM can be loaded
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in Omron’s CX-PROFIBUS.
Omron’s CX-P software tool.ROFIBUS
The latest 100Base-Tx Ethernet Units for both the CS1 and
CJ1 series PLC's now offer greater flexibility in communi-
cation functions, plus improved security and higher data
transfer speed. For multi-layer transparent FINS communi-
cation you can now select UDP/IP for optimal speed, or
100Base-Tx Ethernet Units
TCP/IP for higher reliability. The unit can also
be set up as a password-protected FTP serv-
er, to allow remote access to PLC file memo-
ry areas or the optional CompactFlash card in
the CPU unit.
There are many new possibilities to exchange
data with the PLC by e-mail, such as sending
or receiving file attachments. You can send
commands to the PLC by e-mail, e.g. to read
PLC memory areas, and receive the reques-
ted data by reply mail. Or the PLC can auto-
matically send e-mails triggered by events in
the PLC. For security, e-mail access can be
password-protected.
Despite all newly added functionality, setting
up these functions is easier than ever, using
the step-by-step configuration screens of the
latest version of CX-Programmer.
Two new models have been added to Omron's unique
series of DRT2 DeviceNet I/O
The DRT2-ID16Sis an input unit that has a new type of quick
and easy to use connectors, called E-CON. This is a new
standard connector in the industry to plug sensors in a very
simple way onto the I/O module.
The DRT2-ROS16 is an output unit with 3 A
relays. The relays can be replaced manually,
making it easy to replace them upon failure,
or, with the smart functions in the DRT2,
replace then even before the relay fails.
About Omron's smart DeviceNet slaves
Omron’s DRT2 DeviceNet Smart Slaves give
you powerful tools to diagnose network
problems and establish preventive mainte-
nance plans. Omron Configuration Software
provides the ability to constantly monitor
and update this information without any con-
trol system programming at all. The combi-
nation of much greater information capabili-
ty, plus parallel access to that information,
removes the barriers to gaining maximum
benefit from your investment in a DeviceNet
installation.
Smart I/O range DRT2 extended
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NEW PRODUCTS
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Reduce the time you spend changing and re-
using application code and the testing need-
ed, by creating customized function blocks
that can be pre tested and verified. Then
spend the time you saved to increase the
functionality and operation of the machine
by using some of the advanced features
such as time-trace monitoring to see, scan-
by-scan, the machine operation (information
is buffered inside the PLC to allow accuracy).
This information can then be used to either
fine-tune the performance
Furthermore, CX-Programmer software sup-
ports any OMRON PLC, from a 10-point com-
pact CPM1A to CS1D duplex systems with
over 5000 I/O.
Reduce application development and testing time with the new CX-Programmer
Ultra-compact CJ1 PLCs: more versatile than ever
Programming and data transfer are transparent and seam-
less, through multi-layered open networks like Ethernet,
PROFIBUS-DP and DeviceNet, as well as OMRON’s cost-
effective proprietary networks.
Omron has expanded the popular CJ1 series
PLCs with new entry-level CJ1M CPU models.
Using the same processing power, instruc-
tion set and I/O units as their larger rela-
tives, the new CJ1M-CPU11 and CPU21 are
only restricted in their program memory size
and I/O capacity.
For simple control tasks, you don’t need to
pay for what you won’t use.
The CJ1 series ranges from powerful CPU
models for total machine control, to small
CPUs ideal for controlling modular machines.
You can always find a CPU and a combina-
tion of I/Os to provide an efficient control
solution for each machine section. The broad
range of CPU’s make it easy to scale
machines up or down, without having to re-
write your control code.
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TOTAL SOLUTION
HMI
Monochrome or colour
touch-screen terminals with
DeviceNet option module.
Explicit messaging allows
freely configurable access to
terminal data.
Traditional industrial automation systems
require a matrix of multi-core cables, cable
supports, junction boxes, control cabinets
and data cables. A DeviceNet network sim-
plifies wiring by using just a dual twisted
pair cable to provide both power and data.
This saves on wiring costs and the time
needed for materials installation. What’s
more, Omron now revolutionises machine
maintenance with the smart slave concept,
which can assist in the machine break-
downs by monitoring, logging and reporting
statistical operation data.
DeviceNet and Omron – affordable and state-of-the-art
All of Omron’s products are optimised for seamless
integration into a DeviceNet system. You can con-
figure Omron’s devices over the network on-the-fly,
and add a device or machine to a production line
without powering down. DeviceNet is a flexible net-
work, designed to accommodate your growing
needs. Omron is a dedicated developer of
DeviceNet core technologies, so you’ll always have
access to state-of-the-art devices. The result is that
you get an affordable, state-of-the-art solution for
optimising your industrial automation system!
DeviceNet configurator
Intuitive use, from simple
drag & drop configuration to
detailed tuning of device pa-
rameters. Enables upload of
actual network configura-
tion. Features powerful func-
tions for troubleshooting
and maintenance.
Sensors
Omron’s V600 is an industri-
al RF-ID system which can be
fitted with a DeviceNet inter-
face for seamless integra-
tion in PLC based systems.
DeviceNet and Omron – the benefits
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Remote I/O
Omron’s remote I/Os have
automatic baud rate recog-
nition, which is unique in
DeviceNet. They can be used
as plug & play slaves, or fully
configured to suit the appli-
cation. Omron’s DRT2 series
feature integrated preven-
tive maintenance functions.
These smart slaves monitor
and log the power supply,
operating time, the number
of I/O operations, output-to-
input delay times, and can
signal when maintenance is
due.
PLC masters and slaves
When it comes to PLCs, Om-
ron’s reputation for quality,
reliability and advanced
technology is unsurpassed.
Omron’s CJ1 offers the best
size/performance ratio in
the industry. Like all current
Omron PLCs, CJ1 has a De-
viceNet interface. It can be
used as master, slave, or
both at the same time. Om-
ron’s CPM2C micro PLC with
integrated DeviceNet slave
interface allows truly seam-
less distributed control.
Even PLC programming and
monitoring can be done
through DeviceNet.
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Wireless DeviceNet link
This unique product
links two or more De-
viceNet systems up to
60 meters apart using
RF. It provides reliable
multi-path communica-
tion and frequency
hopping, which min-
imises the risk of trans-
mission errors.
Sensors
Omron’s E3X-series
fibre-optic sensors can
be configured and op-
erated through De-
viceNet. Each slave in-
terface can support up
to 16 sensor amplifiers.
Temperature controllers
OMRON’s renowned
single- and multi-loop
temperature controllers
can be seamlessly inte-
grated into control sys-
tems, providing full ac-
cess to all control pa-
rameters over De-
viceNet.
Drives
Omron’s W-series servo
drives with DeviceNet
slave interface simplify
distributed control and
information manage-
ment for servo systems.
Most of OMRON’s vari-
able frequency drives
can also be networked
using DeviceNet option
boards.
Sensors
The F150 is a small yet
powerful machine vi-
sion system ideally
suited for quality in-
spection applications.
Its DeviceNet interface
can handle everything
from simple ‘PASS/
FAIL’ data exchange to
detailed image proper-
ty data transfer.
Omron - the ideal one-stop-shop
Omron has seamlessly integrated DeviceNet inter-
faces into all of its core products, including PLCs,
I/O modules, HMI terminals, wireless data links,
temperature controllers, sensors, and drives. With
such a comprehensive selection of DeviceNet com-
patible products available, Omron is a virtual one-
stop shop for any customer.
First with wireless interfacing - unique
As a leading global player in developing DeviceNet
products, it’s no surprise that Omron should be the
first company to introduce a wireless interface to
this network. Operating on the standard 2.4 GHz
frequency band, this unique interface is the ideal
wireless solution between two or more DeviceNet
bus segments, particularly when using a wired
product is difficult.
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PRODUCT SELECTION TABLE
Compact PLC’s
• CPM1A
• CPM2A
• CPM2C
Modular PLC’s
• CQM1H
• CJ1
Rack PLC’s
• CS1/C200H
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I/O terminal blocks
• G70D
• G7TC
• G79
• XW2_
Connecting cables
• G79
• XW2_
Serial I/O terminals
• B7A
Page 386
• Ethernet
• Controller Link
• Serial
Communication
• PROFIBUS-DP
• DeviceNet
• CompoBus/S
Page 455
• GT1 I/O Terminals
• DeviceNet I/O
• CompoBus/S I/O
Page 517
Programmable
Controllers
Wiring Systems Industrial
Communications
Remote I/O
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Page 649
Page 671
• NS12
• NS10
• NS8
• NS5
• CX-Programmer
• CX-Simulator
• CX-Protocol
• CX-Motion
• CX-Position
• CX-Process
• CX-PROFIBUS
• DeviceNet
Configurator
• NX-Server
• NS-Designer
• NS-Face
Plate Autobuilder
• NT-Shell
• CX-Server
Lite/OPC
• CX-Supervisor
Machine
Management Tool
• Open Network
controllers
• PC-based PLC con-
trol
• PC interface
boards
Industrial Information
Technology
Software
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HMI
• NT631/NT31 V2
• NT21S
• NT11S
• NT2S
• PC Based HMI
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12 Applications
Smart factory at work
Smart & seamless automation from device to office.
Public lines
Ethernet
Ethernet
Controller Link
SYSMAC CS1
Management
Production
Products/Warehousing
SYSMAC CS1
SYSMAC CJ1
SYSMAC CJ1
SYSMAC CJ1
SYSMAC CJ1
Company
headquarters
Partner
companies
Other
factories
Open Network
Controller
PROFIBUS-DP
CompoBus/S
OMRON smart factory fundaments are:
1.Advanced, highly reliable and easy to use field
devices suchs PLC’s, sensors, motion...
2.Fast and intuitive configuration
3.Advanced networking architecture ensuring
fast response at device level and secure data
at cell level/office level.
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Control, visualisation, motion, safety, sensing
and inspecting represent the heart of modern
machine and plant automation. OMRON offers all
of that in an integrated automation platform.
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Smart factory at work: traceability is key for TQM (Total Quality Management)
Flexible production by full product traceability using OMRON ID systems.
Ethernet
Controller Link
SYSMAC CJ1
SYSMAC CJ1
NS
NS
NS
RFID
V600 Series
RFID V600
Series
SYSMAC CJ1
Factory terminal
RFID V600
Series
Robot
Control
computer
Robot
Robot
• An ID System can be used to access real-
time data at the control computer, such as
the progress of processes, amount of pro-
duction, and warehouse status.
• NS-series Programmable Ter-
minals can be easily connected
through a Controller Link to act
as a real Machine Management
Tool.
• The Controller Link provides high-volume data
communications between Programmable Logic
Controllers, Personal Computers, and Program-
mable Terminals without the need to create a
communications routine in the program.
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Smart factory at work: the future is wireless
Wireless communication allows lower maintenance, quick production line
set-up and space saving.
Ethernet
Power monitor
Wattmeter
Temperature Sensor
Control panel
Wattmeter
Temperature Sensor
Control panel
Wattmeter
Temperature Sensor
Control panel
Equipment Equipment Equipment
Quality
control
Equipment
operation
monitor
WD30-ME
DeviceNet
Wireless Unit
WD30-ME
DeviceNet
Wireless Unit
DRT2 Smart Slave
WD30-ME
DeviceNet
Wireless Unit
WD30-ME
DeviceNet
Wireless Unit
DRT1-TS04
Temperature
Input Module
DRT2 Smart Slave
Remote I/O Terminal
SYSMAC CJ1
• In contrast with a regular wireless
system that can be used for only
one purpose, such as collecting
production information, the Device-
Net Wireless System can be used
for multiple purposes.
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Smart factory at work: you got a call!
Remote diagnosis and program modification can be easily performed through
a simple telephone line.
Monitor Unmanned Facilities.

Use the Internet to monitor unmanned equipment, such as
pumpstations. Accidents or problems can be handled quickly from
the control room.
Modem
Internet
SYSMAC CJ1

Data collection

Monitoring
Programs Changed Online.
Open Network
Controller

Status of equipment can be monitored from a
distance over public phone lines or the Internet.
It is also possible change the PLC program
through the network, so remote maintenance
can be performed.
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SYSMAC CS1
SYSMAC CS1
SYSMAC CJ1

Thanks to OMRON Open Network Controller you can
have full access to your machine or plant via Internet.
Ease of use is guaranteed!
Public lines
Smart factory at work: www.<mymachine>.com
SYSMAC CS1
SYSMAC CS1
SYSMAC CS1SYSMAC CS1
SYSMAC CJ1SYSMAC CJ1
RS-232C
Open Network
Controller

Manage operation of line
equipment.

Monitor production.
Utility
information
Production line
control room
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Application examples: vision meets motion in a flexible assembly line
Space, size and development time is cut by 30% by integrating vision and
motion.
SYSMAC CJ1H
3G3JV
RS-232C
NS
SMARTSTEP
The manufacturing speed is increased significantly by
using a PLC, Position Control Unit, and Visual
Inspection System from Omron.
By using a PT equipped with a Video
Board, the PT can also be used as the
monitor for the Visual Inspection System.
This solution simultaneously helps reduce
equipment costs and saves space.
In addition, the NC parameters can be set,
edited, and stored very easily from the
PT's touch panel.
F160 Visual
Inspection System
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Application examples: moulding machine
When fast and precise operation is key, a total solution from OMRON offers
full satisfaction. Fast operation, accurate positioning, easy connectivity and
complete machine management through the NS HMI family.
For equipment that requires an
extremely fast cycle time OMRON
offers PLC that achieve cycle times as
fast as 1 ms
The high-speed I/O bus Compobus/S has a communication cycle of an
astonishingly fast 0.5ms. As a result the same respons times can be achieved as if
the I/O units were mounted directly on the PLC. Achieveing true remote I/O.
If OMRONs NS-series Programmable Terminals are
used, there is no delay in operation due the the high
performance communications
CompoBus/S
NT Link
SYSMAC CJ1H
CompoBus/S Unit
Position Control
Unit
NS NS
Remote I/O Terminal
SMARTSTEP
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Application examples: total management of solder reflow machine by NS terminals
NS handles recipes via its memory card and communication via Ethernet port.
Temperature
Control Unit
Analog Output
Unit
Computer
Analog Input
Unit
SYSMAC CJ1G
With 4 channels/Unit, the CJ1-series Temperature Control Unit can support multi-point
control and save space.
Store recipe data in the PT's memory card. The memory card
data can be accessed through Ethernet.
NS12
Ethernet
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Application examples: cut cabling costs in industrial furnaces
Start-up costs for large-scale temperature control can be substantially
reduced with networked temperature controllers
Fieldbus Configurator
Ethernet
E5ZN-SDL Setting
Display Unit
E5ZN Temperature
Controller
SYSMAC CJ1M
By installing a networked Temperature Control Unit close to
the measurement point (such as a thermocouple), a
compensating conductor is unnecessary
NS12
DRT or GT1 remote I/O
Computer
or PROFIBUS-DP
Decentralised temperature controllers
(E5ZN) on DeviceNet (or PROFIBUS DP)
help minimising machine wiring and
reduce programming effort in the PLC.
Of course complete machine manage-
ment is ensured through the NS
terminals.
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Application examples: modular PLC helps slicing bulky conveyor systems
A compact shape, integrated communication functions and a wide range of
functional modules help you create smart modular machines.
Ethernet
Computer
CompoBus/S
Programmable
Slave
Expansion
I/O Unit
Remote I/O
Terminal
A distributed control architecture. The small PLCs
can be used to slice the conveyor system in modules
that can be reused.
Flexible system
configuration allows
the number of
conveyors to be
increased or reduced
as necessary.
SYSMAC CS1
Modularization
Modularization
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Application examples: customised motion solution slash costs in molding machines
Customisable counter with compact Sigma servo’s meet the exact customer
needs.
Customizable
Counter Unit
SYSMAC CS1
The Customisable Counter unit controls the resin volume
injected into the moulding machine (position control) and
injection pressure (torque control). This configuration
combines all required functions into a single unit
When controlling the molding machine's
injection pressure, it is necessary to convert
injected volume to rotations (position control)
and injection force to pressure (torque
control) during operation. A single
Customizable Counter Unit can control both
functions, so precise molding is possible at
low cost.
W-series AC Servo
Driver
1) Mold shut
2) Injection
P
3) Pressing 4) Backflow
Pressure detection
Raw material
hopper
Analog signal
Injector
Molding machine
Pulses for position verification
Analog signal for torque control
Analog signal for position control
Position/torque switching signal
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Application examples: Fuel cell evaluation via LCU (loop control unit)
Loop Control Board to provide easy dedicated control of variables such as
flow, pressure and temperature.
The Loop Control Unit has a graphic function
block method of programming
The PLC and Loop Control
Board achieve compact and
efficient multi-loop analog
control of the variables (such
as flow volume, pressure, and
temperature) required to
evaluate fuel cells. Not only
does a single Loop Control
Board have the flexibility to
control a few loops or a few
hundred loops, it also does
not require a communications
program to exchange data
with the PLC. Furthermore,
PID control can be performed
as fast as 10 ms, so variables
such as gas flow and
pressure can be controlled
precisely.
SYSMAC CS1
Expansion Rack
Expansion Rack

PC for analysis

PC for flow control

PLC for data collection

PLC for flow control
SYSMAC CS1
DRT2-AD04 Analog
Input Terminal
DRT2-DA02 Analog
Output Terminal
Controller Link
Ethernet
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Application examples: ZERO downtime in utility management thanks to CS1 duplex CPU unit breaks
A Duplex PLC system provides highly reliable system redundancy.
Ethernet

Centralized
monitoring
SYSMAC CS1D
SYSMAC
CS1D
Network of gas sensors
Controller Link
Optical LAN with loopback function for monitoring (Controller Link)
The duplex system provides stable operation
in plants that require continuously operation.
If an optical fibre breaks, communications are
backed up with the loop-back function. If one
CPU nit breaks down, the other CPU unit
acts as a backup and the system continues
to operate.
In a CS1-Duplex system units can
be replaced during operation. No
special programming is required
for the duplex operation.

Data server

Control terminal

Monitoring PC
SYSMAC
CS1D
SYSMAC CJ1 SYSMAC CJ1 SYSMAC CJ1 SYSMAC CJ1
Gas supply equipment
Small-scale equipment Small-scale equipment Small-scale equipment Small-scale equipment
SYSMAC CS1D
Electric power
equipment
SYSMAC CS1D
Water purification
equipment
26 Applications
Practical Applications using Smart Slaves
Smart Slaves monitor the status of connected devices and help establish an
effective preventive maintenance system.
Configurator
Input contact B (Example: sensor)
Cylinder
Sensor
Pneumatic
valve
Smart Slave
 Monitor operation
Equipment
Control Maintenance
SYSMAC
CJ Series
By measuring the cylinder's operating time, it is possible to identify
problems such as air leakage or oil loss very early. Since the
operating time is monitored, any deviation can be identified and
then eliminated by making adjustments with a speed controller or
other device.
Output contact A
(Example: valve)
Input contact B
(Example: sensor)
Measured time
Monitor the operating status of connected
devices, not just the ON/OFF status of control
bits. The Smart Slaves' advanced monitoring
functions indicate when connected devices
require maintenance or replacement.
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Practical Applications using Smart Slaves
Short-circuits can be isolated quickly to significantly reduce production line
downtime.
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SYSMAC CJ1
SYSMAC CJ1
SYSMAC CJ1
SYSMAC CJ1
Continues normal communications.
Continues normal communications.
Output
short circuit
Input
short circuit
Programmable Controller
Ethernet
(Controller Link)
Short circuits in input devices, such as
Sensors, are detected to provide
protection at the connector level. This
function is very effective and valuable in
large-scale systems, such as automobile
production lines, where a single short
circuit can result in large losses. The
specific location of a short circuit can be
identified quickly to help minimize the
production line's downtime.
The location of a short circuit can be
isolated with the Smart Slave
indicators, helping to improve plant
efficiency.
Configurator
Operating time
monitor or
Contact
operations counter
Output short
protection
and notification
function
Input short
protection
and notification
function
28 Applications
NS Series
PLC Special I/O Units
Network
Example: DeviceNet
PLC on network
Intelligent devices
Example: DRT2-series Smart Slave
Smart Active Parts
Example: Monitoring maintenance information
for various DeviceNet Smart Slave models
NS enters a new zone
From PLC Memory Allocation to Device Access
Today's PTs are used to assist
with device operations,
display error locations and
countermeasures.
The NS Series achieves flexible data
access to a variety of devices. It
enables operators to reach the
devices on the network including
Special I/O Units, intelligent devices,
and PLCs.
PT
PLC
Sharing allocated
data with CPU Unit
Allocated data
CPU Unit
New zone
Previous zone
CPU Unit
The cylinder
speed is strange.
It's time for
switch inspection.
Previous PTs
29
Don't you have these problems?
Previous
Only with NS!
Personal computer tools
Previously
a CX-Programmer
was required.
Previously
CX-Position was
required.
Previously
a DeviceNet
Configurator was
required.
Previously
CX-Net was
required.
Note: Contact your OMRON representative for more information on
Smart Active Parts includin
g
sales and customization services.
With the NS, just drag and drop the Smart Active Parts (Device Library) to
customize the interface for your machine.
Wouldn't it be simpler to use the PT instead?
OMRON
ORIGINAL
NS Series
PLC System Objects
DeviceNet Objects
Position Control Objects
Controller Link Objects
The NS Series utilizes Smart Active Parts (Device Library)
that make it possible to directly access various devices.
Devices accessed without a program.
Example: RS-232C
Example: Ethernet
Example: DeviceNet
Smart Active
Parts
Using all of the device-specific
personal computer tools at startup is
okay, but using the personal computer
tools for troubleshooting during
operation is difficult.
Various device-specific tools
Peripheral Devices for PLC
Network control
Temperature settings and
monitoring tools
Setting tool for position control
Smart Active Parts (Device Library)
Smart Active Parts include communications
functions, so it is possible to communicate with a
remote device simply by dropping Smart Active
Parts to the screen and setting the
path to the remote device.
30 Applications
Previous
On an running system
When an Error Occurs during Operation
PT used
for operation
Data exchange is the main function.
Special personal computer tool
Error
Minor maintenance
can be performed on
the PT during operation.
Smart Active Parts
Setting specified
parameters and checking status
Only
with
NS!
With Smart Active Parts…
When an error occurs, rapid recovery is
critical. With the NS Series, the following
type of screen can be easily prepared to
guide on-site workers to carry out the
operations required for recovery.
Text and BMP files can be directly specified, so operations
such as correcting contents for recovery and replacing
diagrams and photographs can be executed without
requiring any special tools. For example, if the recovery
operation procedure is changed by system improvements,
screens can be changed by simply replacing text and BMP
files, allowing for rapid implementation of improvements and
countermeasures.
Create a screen like this as
a device troubleshooter.
Error Recovery Screen Example
Notification that an error
has occurred
There is no way for
the PT to trace an
error.
(Creating a screen is
quite troublesome.)
Use a dedicated computer, and you
have to wade through functionality that
is not being used .
Recovery can only be performed by a
specialist (i.e., an engineer).
An error occurs,
and…
The PT can be customized according to the specifications of the device manufacturer to optimize
operation as a tool. This enables equipment maintenance by operators other than service engineers.
Simply attaching a
Smart Active Parts,
and then making
simple settings
Device Library
accessed without
a program
Recovery operation screen is
displayed. (Only the buttons
required for operations are
shown.)
Error location and
explanations of recovery
methods can be further
displayed by bit maps.
Error contents and
recovery methods are
displayed.
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2
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Machine Management
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CSV
CSV
Language
Language A screen
data
NS project
Language A
Excel data
CSV
Attachment
Dual-language
screen data
Label 0
Note: Windows 2000 or XP is required
for multi-language support.
Example:
When device is started
English
During device operation
French
Example:
Switching the operator to
the operator's language
with one touch
From English to Spanish
or Portuguese
Label 1
Label 15
NS project
Language A and B
Excel data
16 languages max.
CSV
Machine Localization with PTs
A Multi-language Input
Environment Using Excel
Multi-language Terminal
Attachment
NS Series
You can get multi-language support in Excel. Switching to as many as 16 languages is as
easy as switching labels.
Only with NS!
No special PT tools are required for translation
operations.
Translations can be requested using e-mail
attachments.
Label Switching Function for Up to
16 Languages
Devices can be started with local-language screens,
and then operated with screens in other languages.
The languages can be switch to the one preferred
by the device operators.
Dual-language input in Excel by translation
companies and local
companies
Support for 17 languages
Switching to as many as
16 languages by simply
switching the labels
Only
with
NS!
32 Applications
33
Programmable
Controllers
Industrial
Communication
Remote I/O
IIT
Programmable
Terminals
Software
Information
Technical
Documentation
Contact
Information
Index
Main Content
Programmable Controllers
35
PLC Selection Table
36
CPM1A
40
CPM1A Ordering Information
51
CPM2A/CPM2C
53
CPM2A and CPM2C Features
55
CPM2A
61
CPM2A General Information
71
Dimensions
72
CPM2A Ordering Information
75
CPM2C
79
CPM2C General Information
101
Dimensions
102
CPM2C Ordering Information
105
CQM1H
111
Inner Boards
130
Dedicated I/O Units
131
Communications Units
150
Dimensions
160
Ordering Information
162
CJ1
169
CJ1 Unit Descriptions
194
Serial Communications
222
Communications Networks
226
Ordering Information
235
CS1
243
CS Series
244
CS1/C200H Unit Descriptions
289
Analog I/O Selection Guide
298
Serial Communication Units
326
Communications Networks
332
Ordering Information
347
PLC Programming
359
PLC Programming Instructions
365
Wiring Systems
386
I/O Connecting Cable Selection guide
422
Industrial Communication
455
Industrial Communication
456
Ethernet
459
Controller Link
462
Serial Communication
468
PROFIBUS-DP
470
DeviceNet
473
DeviceNet Wireless Link
478
Cables and Connectors
481
DeviceNet product overview
495
CompoBus/S
505
Cable, connectors and T-branches
509
CompoBus/S product overview
512
MechatroLink II
515
Remote I/O
517
GT1 I/O Series
518
Communication Units
519
Digital I/O Units
524
Relay Output Units
533
Analog I/O Units
535
Temperature Input Units
540
Counter Unit
542
DRT Series
545
Digital I/O Terminals
548
Harsh Environment Terminals
554
Analog I/O Terminals
561
Sensor Connector Terminals
565
Relay output Terminal
568
8 Points I/O Terminals
571
3-tier Connection Terminals
576
Temperature Input Terminals
582
Waterproof Terminals
584
B7AC Interface Unit
589
RS-232C Unit
592
SRT Series
595
Digital I/O Terminals
596
3-tier Connection Terminals
601
Relay output terminals
604
Waterproof Terminals
608
Sensor Terminals
614
Analog Input Terminal
619
Analog Output Terminal
621
Digital I/O Terminals
623
Industrial Information Technology
627
Open Network Controller
628
SYSMAC Board
631
CS1 Bus Interface Board
632
Programmable Terminals
633
Introduction to OMRON PTs
634
Programmable Terminals
636
NS-series Programmable Terminals
637
Touch-screen HMI
649
Small touch-screen HMI
656
Function-key HMI terminal
659
Small Function Key Terminals
662
RS-232C/RS-422A Adapter
666
Ordering Information
668
34
Main Content
Software
671
PLC programming
CX-Programmer
673
CX-Simulator
678
Configuration
CX-Protocol
680
CX-Motion
682
CX-Position
683
CX-Process Tool
684
CX-Process Monitor
685
CX-Process Analog I/O Unit
Software
686
Fieldbus
CX-PROFIBUS
687
DeviceNet Configurator
688
DRT2 Series
691
NX-Server
694
Visualization
NS Designer
696
Face Plate builder for NS
698
NT support software
699
PC based HMI
701
Ordering Information
704
Information
705
Discontinued Products
705
Standards
708
List of Approved Models
711
List of Models Conforming to EN/IEC Standards (as of
September 2002)
714
Enclosure Ratings (as of July 2002)
724
Quality Management System (ISO9001) (July 2002)
725
Environmental Management System (ISO14001) (July
2002)
726
Technical Documentation
727
Contact Information
729
Index
751
35
Programmable
Controllers
Programmable Controllers
PLC Selection Table
36
CPM1A
40
Ordering Information
51
CPM2A/CPM2C
53
CPM2A and CPM2C Features
55
CPM2A
61
CPM2A General Information
71
Dimensions
72
Ordering Information
75
CPM2C
79
CPM2C General Information
101
Dimensions
102
CPM2C Ordering Information
105
CQM1H
111
Inner Boards
130
Dedicated I/O Units
131
Communications Units
150
Dimensions
160
Ordering Information
162
CJ1
169
CJ1 Unit Descriptions
194
Serial Communications
222
Communications Networks
226
Ordering Information
235
CS1
243
CS Series
244
CS1/C200H Unit Descriptions
289
Analog I/O Selection Guide
298
Serial Communication Units
326
Communications Networks
332
Ordering Information
347
PLC Programming
359
PLC Programming Instructions
365
Wiring Systems
386
I/O Connecting Cable Selection guide
422
36 Programmable Controllers
PLC Selection Table
Flexible, Fast & Efficient Solutions
Flexibility, efficiency and speed are vital factors fro staying competitive
in the machine building industry. Omron’s Control System give you this
competitive edge. Omron’s reputation for product quality, reliability and
advanced technology is inherent in all of its control systems, from the
smart remote I/O and the compact CPM to the high-performance modu-
lar CJ1 and the backplane-based CS1 series.
These control systems are designed for processing speed and transpa-
rency. They provide seamless data exchange inside machines, bet-
ween machines, between machines and hosts, and between machines
and remote locations.
Compact PLC series
Modular PLC series
CPM1A
CPM2A
CPM2C
CQM1H
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40
61
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111
Built-in
Digital I/O
10 - 40
20 - 60
10 - 32
16
Interrupt inputs
2 - 4
2 - 4
2 - 4
4
Counter Inputs
1 (5 kHz)
1 (20 kHz)
2 (10 kHz)
1 (5 kHz)
Pulse Outputs
1 (2 kHz)
1 (1 kHz)
CPU features /
option boards
Built-in AC or DC power supply on -A models
2 analog settings on -A models
Removable terminal blocks on CPM2A
Standard 2nd serial port on all CPM2 models
CPU option boards:
4 counters (500 kHz)
2 pulse I/O (50 Hz)
2 abs. encoder
4 AI + 2 AO
4 analog settings
Max. digital I/O points
10 - 100
80 - 120
106 - 192
256 - 512
Execution time
(bit instruction)
0.72 - 1.72 ms
0.26 - 0.64 ms
0.26 - 0.64 ms
0.375 mm
Program memory
2 kWords
4 kWords
4 kWords
3 - 15 kWords
Data memory
1 kWords
2 kWords
2 kWords
3 - 12 kWords
CompactFlash memory
n.a.
Special memory cassette
Analog I/O
Up to 3 x 4 points
8-bit, 12-bit resolution
U, I, TC, Pt100
Up to 4 x (2 in + 1 out)
12-bit resolution
U, I, TC, Pt100
Up to 15 x 4 points
12-bit resolution
U, I, TC, Pt100
Special function units
n.a.
Temperature Control
Safety Relay Unit
Industrial networks
Serial Communications
Serial Communications
Controller Link
Fieldbus master
n.a.
CompoBus/S
CompoBus/S
AS-Interface
Fieldbus I/O link
DeviceNet
CompoBusS
PROFIBUS-DP
DeviceNet
CompoBus/S
DeviceNet
PROFIBUS-DP
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Programmable
Controllers
Modular PLC series
Rack PLC series
CJ1M
CJ1G/H
CS1G/H
CS1D
180
180
253
267
16
n.a.
4
n.a.
2 (100 kHz)
n.a.
2 (100 kHz)
n.a.
Choise of models with
and without built-in I/O
n.a.
2 Serial Ports
Loop Control Board
Loop Control Board
Duplex CPU,
Power Supply and
Communications
160 - 640
960 - 2560
960 - 5120
5120
0.1 ms
0.04/0.02 ms
0.04/0.02 ms
0.02 ms
10 - 20 kSteps
10 - 120 kSteps
10 - 250 kSteps
60 - 250 kSteps
32 kWords
64 - 256 kWords
64 - 448 kWords
128 - 448 kWords
Up to 64 MB
Up to 64 MB
Up to 20 x 8 points
12 bit resolution
U, I, TC, Pt100
Up to 36 x 8 points
13-bit resolution
U, I, TC, Pt100
Up to 80 x 8 points,
13 bit resolution or
80 x 4 points,
16 bit resolution
U, I, TC, Pt100, process I/O
Up to 75 x 8 points,
13 bit resolution or
75 x 4 points,
16 bit resolution
U, I, TC, Pt100, process I/O
Temperature Control
High-speed counters (500 kHz)
Position Control
Protocol Macro
RFID sensor Unit
Temperature Control
SSI encoder input
High-speed counters (500 kHz)
Position Control
Motion Control
Porcess Control
Protocol Macro
Ethernet (100 BASE-Tx)
Controller Link
Ethernet (100 BASE-Tx)
Controller Link
DeviceNet
PROFIBUS-DP
CompBus/s
DeviceNet
PROFIBUS-DP
CAN / CANopen
DeviceNet
PROFIBUS-DP
DeviceNet
PROFIBUS-DP
CAN / CANopen
38
Programmable Controllers
39CPM1A
Programmable
Controllers
Compact PLC series
CPM1A
Introduction
40
System Configuration
42
Dimensions
42
Specifications
44
Ordering Information
51
40 Programmable Controllers
Compact PLC series
CPM1A
AC Power Source CPU Units
Depth: 70 mm
Expansion I/O Units
DC Power Source CPU Units
Depth: 50 mm
Relay Output CPU Unit
CPM1A-10CDR-A-V1
Transistor Output CPU Units
CPM1A-10CDT-A-V1 (
Sink)
CPM1A-10CDT1-A-V1 (
Source)
Input points: 6, DC input
Output points: 4
Relay Output CPU Unit
CPM1A-20CDR-A-V1
Transistor Output CPU Units
CPM1A-20CDT-A-V1 (
Sink)
CPM1A-20CDT1-A-V1 (
Source)
Input points: 12, DC input
Output points: 8
Relay Output CPU Unit
CPM1A-30CDR-A-V1

Transistor Output CPU Units
CPM1A-30CDT-A-V1 (
Sink)
CPM1A-30CDT1-A-V1 (
Source)
Input points: 18, DC input
Output points: 12
CPM1A-8ED
Input points: 8, DC input
CPM1A-8ER
Output points: 8, RY output
CPM1A-8ET
Output points: 8, TR output (Sink)
CPM1A-8ET1
Output points: 8, TR output (Source)
CPM1A-20EDR1
Input points: 12, DC input
Output points: 8, RY output
CPM1A-20EDT
Input points: 12, DC input
Output points: 8, TR output (Sink)
CPM1A-20EDT1
Input points: 12, DC input
Output points: 8, TR output (Source)
Relay Output CPU Unit
CPM1A-40CDR-A-V1
Transistor Output CPU Units
CPM1A-40CDT-A-V1 (
Sink)
CPM1A-40CDT1-A-V1 (
Source)
Input points: 24, DC input
Output points: 16
Relay Output CPU Unit
CPM1A-10CDR-D-V1
Transistor Output CPU Units
CPM1A-10CDT-D-V1 (
Sink)
CPM1A-10CDT1-D-V1 (
Source)
Input points: 6, DC input
Output points: 4
Relay Output CPU Unit
CPM1A-20CDR-D-V1
Transistor Output CPU Units
CPM1A-20CDT-D-V1 (
Sink)
CPM1A-20CDT1-D-V1 (
Source)
Input points: 12, DC input
Output points: 8
Relay Output CPU Unit
CPM1A-30CDR-D-V1
Transistor Output CPU Units
CPM1A-30CDT-D-V1 (
Sink)
CPM1A-30CDT1-D-V1 (
Source)
Input points: 18, DC input
Output points: 12
Relay Output CPU Unit
CPM1A-40CDR-D-V1
Transistor Output CPU Units
CPM1A-40CDT-D-V1 (
Sink)
CPM1A-40CDT1-D-V1 (
Source)
Input points: 24, DC input
Output points: 16
SYSMAC CPM1A
Setting a standard for micro PLCs, the CPM1A packs all
basic functions into a compact size. Four CPU sizes are
available, each with a choice of AC or DC power, relay or
transistor outputs. Select any combination of power
supply, output, and the number of I/O points to meet your
needs.
Ultracompact and Economical ... For a Wide Range of Uses
AC or DC power, relay or transistor outputs, sourcing or
sinking, etc.
Analog I/O Units
Temperature Sensor Units
CPM1A-TS001
Thermocouple inputs: 2
CPM1A-TS002
Thermocouple inputs: 4
CPM1A-TS101
Pt100 inputs: 2
CPM1A-TS-101-DA
Pt100 inputs: 2,
Analog outputs: 1
CPM1A-TS102
Pt100 inputs: 4
CompoBus/S
CompoBus/S
I/O Unit
CPM1A-SRT21
I/O Link inputs: 8
I/O Link outputs: 8
DeviceNet
CPM1A-DRT21
I/O Link
inputs: 32
I/O Link
outputs: 32
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
I/O Link Unit
CPM1A-PRT21
I/O Link
inputs: 16
I/O Link
outputs: 16
CPM1A-MAD01
(Resolution: 256)
CPM1A-MAD11
(Resolution: 6,000)
Analog inputs: 2
Analog output: 1
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Programmable
Controllers
Space-saving Integration for Compact machines and Small-scale Control cabinets
• Ultracompact Size
Ten-I/O-point AC models measure only 90 mm x 66 mm x 70 mm
(H x W x D), and contain all basic PLC functions.
• A Wide Variety of Models Handling from 10 to 100 I/O Points
By combining CPU Units having from 10 to 40 I/O points with
20-I/O-point Expansion I/O Units, CPM1A PLCs can be configured
for 10 to 100 I/O points.
• Programming by Programmable Terminal
Use of the optional Communications Adapter (RS-232C or RS-422
conversion) enables fast Host Link or NT Link communications with
an OMRON Programmable Terminal. This makes it possible to pro-
gram the CPM1A on the PT screen, greatly simplifying mainte-
nance tasks.
• High-speed Processing
Processing is fast, e.g., 0.7-µs AND LD / OR LD and 16.3-µs MOV
instructions, allowing high-speed execution of even lengthy pro-
grams. Integrated interrupt and pulse catch inputs also handle
high-speed pulses that occur within one program cycle.
• Versatile Functions in a Compact Body
A large program capacity and instruction list handle even compli-
cated control tasks with ease.
• User memory: 2,048 words
• Data memory: 1,024 words
• Timer/counter: 128 points
• Basic instructions: 14 types
• Application instructions: 79 types
• Analog setting dials: 2 points (built-in)
• Pulse Output
CPM1A CPU models with transistor outputs can output pulses with
a maximum frequency of 2 kHz. Combining these models with a
Stepping Motor Driver or Servo Driver enables easy positioning
operation.
Application Example
Changing the speed of a stepping motor.
Stepping
Motor Driver
Stepping
Motor
Output bit 01000 or 01001
42
Programmable Controllers
System Configuration
CPM1A Line-up
CPM1A System Configuration
External Dimensions
00
0CH
1CH
10CH
11CH
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07
IN
OUT
PWR
RUN
ALMERR
COMM
CPM1A-40CDR-A-V1
IN : 24V DC 5mA/12mA
NC
NC
NC07050402000705040201
10CH
0CH 1CH
11CH
00
NCNC06COM50301COM406COM3COM2 03
COM1COM0
09 11
10
07050301110907050301COM0L2L1
08060402001008060400 02
NC
00
0CH
1CH
10CH
11CH
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11
00 01 02 03 04 05
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07
00 01 02 03
IN
OUT
PWR
RUN
ALMERR
COMM
CPM1A-30CDR-A-V1
IN : 24V DC 5mA/12mA
NCNC02000705040201
10CH
0CH 1CH
11CH
00
NCNC0301COM406COM3COM2 03
COM1COM0
11050301110907050301COM0L2L1
0402001008060400 02NC
00
0CH
10CH
01 02 03 04 05 06 07
08 09 10 11
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07
IN
OUT
PWR
RUN
ALMERR
COMM
CPM1A-20CDR-A-V1
IN : 24V DC 5mA/12mA
NC07050402
10CH
0CH 1CH
11CH
01
NCNC0603 COM3
COM2COM1
00
COM0
110907050301COM0L2/NL1
1008060200 04NC
00
0CH
10CH
01 02 03 04 05
00 01 02 03
IN
OUT
PWR
RUN
ALMERR
COMM
CPM1A-10CDR-A-V1
IN : 24V DC 5mA/12mA
NC02
10CH
0CH
01
03 NC
COM2COM1
00
COM0
050301COM0L2/NL1
0200 04NC
CPU with AC Power Supply • DC input • RY output / TR output
CPU with DC Power Supply • DC input • RY output / TR output
10 I/O points
(Expansion
not possible)
AC Power
Supply Type
DC Power
Supply Type
Expansion I/O Unit
• DC input
• RY output/TR output
Expansion I/O Unit
• DC input
• RY output/TR output
DeviceNet I/O
Link Unit
CPM1A-DRT21
PROFIBUS-DP I/O
Link Unit
CPM1A-PRT21
RS-232C Adapter
CPM1-CIF01
CompoBus/S
I/O Link Unit
CPM1A-SRT21
Analog I/O Unit
CPM1A-MAD01
-MAD11
RS-422 Adapter
CPM1-CIF11
Temperature
Sensor Units
CPM1A- TS001
TS002
TS101
TS101-DA
TS102
20 I/O points 8 I/O points
20 I/O points
(Expansion
not possible)
30 I/O points 40 I/O points
00
0CH
1CH
10CH
11CH
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11
00 01 02 03 04 05
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07
00 01 02 03
IN
OUT
PWR
RUN
ALMERR
COMM
IN : 24V DC 5mA/12mA
NCNC02000705040201
10CH
0CH 1CH
11CH
00
NCNC0301COM406COM3COM2 03
COM1COM0
11050301110907050301COM0L2L1
0402001008060400 02NC
Expansion I/O Unit Expansion I/O Unit Expansion I/O Unit
Peripheral port Connecting cable
Both AC and DC power supplies.
30-point CPU and 40-point CPU only.
May be expanded up to a maximum of 3 Units.
90
W
50
00
0CH
10CH
01 02 03 04 05
00 01 02 03
IN
OUT
PWR
RUN
ALMERR
COMM
CPM1A-10CDR-A-V1
IN : 24V DC 5mA/12mA
NC02
10CH
0CH
01
03 NC
COM2COM1
00
COM0
050301COM0L2/NL1
0200 04NC
70
DC power supply
AC power supply
90
81
30
56
21
50
90
81
30
61
21
50
CPM1-CIF01
CPM1-CIF11
Model
W (mm)
CPM1A-10CD@-A-V1 66
CPM1A-10CD@-D-V1
CPM1A-20CD@-A-V1 86
CPM1A-20CD@-D-V1
CPM1A-30CD@-A-V1 130
CPM1A-30CD@-D-V1
CPM1A-40CD@-A-V1 150
CPM1A-40CD@-D-V1
CPM1A-20ED@ 86 (depth: 50 mm)
CPM1A-8E@/SRT21 66 (depth: 50 mm)
CPM1A-MAD01/TS101-DA 66 (depth: 50 mm)
CPM1A-TS@@@/MAD11 86 (depth: 50 mm)
CPM1A-DRT21/PRT21 66 (depth: 50 mm)
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Programmable
Controllers
CPM1A System Configuration Example
A maximum of three Expansion I/O Units can be connected to the CPU Unit.
When using the CPM1A-TS002 or CPM1A-TS102 PLC, the Expansion Unit combinations that can be connected are listed in Table 2.
Connection Groups for Expansion Units
In addition to the CPU Unit, Expansion Units from the groups indicated
in the above table can be combined as shown below.
Possible Expansion Unit Combinations
Note:1.Expansion Units 1, 2, and 3 can be mounted in any order.
2.Only one Expansion Unit can be mounted if an NT-AL001 is
connected to the RS-232C port.
DC Power Supply-type CPM1A Power Consumption
Use the list below for calculating CPM1A power capacity. The CPM2C-
PA201 AC Power Supply Unit provides 15 watts of power, so the rema-
inder of the PLC power can be used as service power for sensors or
other components.
Add the following power consumption when using Expansion Units.
The power consumption for the CPU Unit includes that of the Pro-
gramming Console, RS-232C Adaptor, etc.
0
1
00
0CH
1CH
10CH
11CH
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11
00 01 02 03 04 05
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07
00 01 02 03
IN
OUT
PWR
RUN
ALMERR
COMM
CPM1A-30CDR-A-V1
IN : 24V DC 5mA/12mA
NCNC02000705040201
10CH
0CH 1CH
11CH
00
+
NCNC0301COM406COM3COM2 03
COM1COM0
050301110907050301COM0L2L1
0402001008060400 02NC
IN
00
CH
CH
02 04 06 08 10
OUT
01COM 03 05 07 09 11
COM COM COM 03 COM 06
00 01 02 04 05 07
00 01 02 03 04 05 06
07
08 09 10 11
20EDR1
CH
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07
NC
NC
NC
CH
EXP
IN
00 02
01COM 03
COM 05 07
04 06
CH
00 01 02 03
08 09 10 11
8ED
EXP
IN
00 02
01COM 03
COM 05 07
04 06
CH
00 01 02 03
08 09 10 11
8ED
EXP
CPU Unit Expansion I/O Unit Expansion I/O Unit Expansion I/O Unit
Group 1 (G1)
Group 2 (G2)
Expansion I/O Units,
Analog I/O Unit,
CompoBus/S I/O LInk Unit
PROFIBUS-DP I/O Link Unit
DeviceNet I/O Link Unit
CPM1A-TS001/101(-DA)
CPM1A-TS002/102
Expansion Unit 1
Expansion Unit 2
Expansion Unit 3
G1 G1 G1
G2 G1 ---
CPM1A CPU Unit
Power Con-
sumption (W)
Expandability
CPM1A-10CDR-D-V1 3.5 Not possible
CPM1A-20CDR-D-V1 4.5 Not possible
CPM1A-30CDR-D-V1 5.5
CPM1A-40CDR-D-V1 6.5
CPM1A-10CDT/T1-D-V1 3 Not possible
CPM1A-20CDT/T1-D-V1 3.5 Not possible
CPM1A-30CDT/T1-D-V1 4
CPM1A-40CDT/T1-D-V1 4.5
CPM1A CPU Unit
Power Consumption (W)
CPM1A-20EDR1 2.5
CPM1A-20EDT/T1 1.5
CPM1A-8ED 1
CPM1A-8ER 2
CPM1A-8ET/T1 1
CPM1A-SRT21/DRT21/PRT21 1
CPM1A-MAD01/MAD11 3.5
CPM1A-TS001/TS101(-DA) 3
CPM1A-TS002/TS102 3
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Programmable Controllers
General Specifications
Note:The specifications of the Expansion I/O Unit are the same as for the CPU except that the power is supplied from the CPU and the weight is
300 g.
Specifications
Item
10-point I/O
20-point I/O
30-point I/O
40-point I/O
Power supply vol tage/fre-
quency
AC power supply 100 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
DC power supply 24 V DC
Operating voltage range AC power supply 85 to 264 V AC
DC power supply 20.4 to 26.4 V DC
Power consumption AC power supply 30 V AC max.60 V AC max.
DC power supply (See below.)
Inrush current 30 A max.60 A max.
External power supply
( AC only)
Power supply voltage 24 V DC
Power supply output ca-
pacity
200 mA 300 mA
Insulation resistance 20 MΩ min. at 500 V DC between the AC terminals and the protective earth terminal.
Dielectric strength 2,300 V AC at 50/60 Hz for one minute with a leakage current of 10 mA max. between all the external AC
terminals and the protective earth terminal.
Noise resistance Conforms to IEC61000-4-4, 2 kV (power lines)
Vibration resistance 10 to 57 Hz with an amplitude of 0.075 mm, and 57 to 150 Hz with an acceleration of 9.8 m/s
2
in the X, Y,
and Z directions for 80 minutes each (i.e. swept for 8 minutes, 10 times).
Shock resistance 147 m/s
2
in the X, Y and Z directions 3 times each.
Ambient temperature (operating) 0° to 55°C
Ambient humidity (operating) 10% to 90% (no condensation)
Ambient environment (operating) With no corrosive gas
Ambient temperature (storage) –20° to 75°C
Terminal screw size M3
Power supply holding time 10 ms min. for AC models, and 2 ms min. for DC models
Weight AC model: 400 g max.
DC model: 300 g max.
AC model: 500 g max.
DC model: 400 g max.
AC model: 600 g max.
DC model: 500 g max.
AC model: 700 g max.
DC model: 600 g max.
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Programmable
Controllers
Performance Specifications
Note:Bits that are not used for the I/O bits can be used as work bits.
Item
10-point I/O
20-point I/O
30-point I/O
40-point I/O
Control method Stored program method
I/O control method Combination of the cyclic scan and immediate refresh processing methods.
Programming language Ladder diagram
Instruction word 1 step per instruction, 1 to 5 words per instruction
Types of
instructions
Basic instructions 14 types
Special instructions 79 types, 139 instructions
Instruction execution time Basic instructions 0.72 to 16.2 µs
Special instructions MOV instruction = 16.3 µs
Program capacity 2,048 words
Maximum I/O points CPU only 10 points (6 input/4 output
points)
20 points (12 input/8 out-
put points)
30 points (18 input/12
output points)
40 points (24 input/16
output points)
With Expansion I/O Unit --- --- 90 points (54 input/36
output points)
100 points (60 input/40
output points)
Input bits 00000 to 00915 (Words 0 to 9)
Output bits 01000 to 01915 (Words 10 to 19)
Work bits (IR Area) 512: IR 20000 to IR 23115 (IR 200 to IR 231)
512: IR 20000 to IR 23115 (IR 200 to IR 231) 384: SR 23200 to SR 25515 (SR 232 to SR 255)
Temporary bits (TR Area) 8: TR 0 to TR 7
Holding bits (HR Area) 320: HR 0000 to HR 1915 (HR 00 to HR 19)
Auxiliary bits (AR Area) 256: AR 0000 to AR 1515 (AR 00 to AR 15)
Link bits (LR Area) 256: LR 0000 to LR 1515 (LR 00 to LR 15)
Timers/Counters 128:TIM/CNT 000 to 127
100-ms timer: TIM 000 to TIM 127
10-ms timer: TIM 000 to TIM 127
Decremental counter, reversible counter
Data memory y Read/Write 1,024 words (DM 0000 to DM 1023)
Read only 512 words (DM 6144 to DM 6655)
Interrupt processing: External interrupt 2 points (Response time of 0.3
ms max.)
4 points (Response time of 0.3 ms max.)
Memory protection Maintains the contents of the HR, AR, Counter and Data Memory Areas.
Memory backup Flash memory:User program, data memory (Read only) (Non-battery powered storage)
Super capacitor:Data memory (Read/Write), holding bits, auxiliary memory bits, counter
(20-day storage at an ambient temperature of 25°C)
Self-diagnostic function CPU error (watchdog timer), memory errors, I/O bus errors
Program check No END instruction, programming errors (constantly checked during operation)
Pulse output 1 point: 2 kHz
High-speed counter 1 point:Single phase at 5 kHz or two-phase at 2.5 kHz (linear counting method)
Incremental mode: 0 to 65535 (16-bit)
Decremental mode:–32767 to 32767 (16-bit)
1 point:Single phase at 5 kHz or two-phase at 2.5 kHz (linear counting method)
Incremental mode: 0 to 65535 (16-bit)
Decremental mode:–32767 to 32767 (16-bit)
Quick-response inputs Together with the external interrupt input (minimum pulse width of 0.2 ms)
Input time constant Can be set at 1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 8 ms, 16 ms, 32 ms, 64 ms, or 128 ms.
Analog settings 2 points: (0 to 200)
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Programmable Controllers
I/O Specifications
Input Circuit
CPU
Note:1.
The actual ON/OFF delay includes a digital filter with a time constant of 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, or 128 ms (default: 8 ms).
2.
The delays for IN00000 to IN00002 are as follows when used for the high-speed counter.
3.
The delays for IN00003 to IN00006 are as follows when used for the high-speed counter.
Expansion I/O Unit
Note:The actual ON/OFF delay includes an input constant of 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, or 128 ms (default: 8 ms).
Output Circuit
CPU and Expansion I/O Unit
Relay Output
Item
Specifications
Circuit
Input voltage 24 V DC +10%/–15%
Input impedance IN00000 to IN00002: 2 kΩ
Others: 4.7 kΩ
Input current (typical) IN00000 to IN00002: 12 mA
Others: 5 mA
ON voltage 14.4 V DC min.
OFF voltage 5.0 V DC max.
ON delay (see note 1) 1 to 128 ms max. (default: 8 ms) (see note 1)
OFF delay (see note 1) 1 to 128 ms max. (default: 8 ms) (see note 1)
Input
Increment mode
Differential phase mode
IN00000 (A-phase) 5 kHz 2.5 kHz
IN00001 (B-phase) Normal input
IN00002 (Z-phase) ON: 100 µs max. OFF: 500 µs max.
Delay 0.3 ms max. (From the time of input ON until the interrupt subroutine is executed.)
a
a.For detailed specifications of expansion I/O units, see page 64.
Internal Circuits
Input
LED
Note: The polarity of the input power supply can be either
positive or negative.
Resistance values in parentheses are for inputs
IN00000 to IN00002.
IN
4.7 kΩ (2 kΩ)
820 Ω
(510 Ω)
COM
Item
Specifications
Circuit
Input voltage 24 V DC +10%/–15%
Input impedance 4.7 kΩ
Input current (typical) 5 mA
ON voltage 14.4 V DC min.
OFF voltage 5.0 V DC max.
ON delay (see note 1) 1 to 128 ms max. (default: 8 ms) (see note 1)
OFF delay (see note 1) 1 to 128 ms max. (default: 8 ms) (see note 1)
IN
COM
Internal Circuits
Input
LED
Note: The polarity of the input power supply can be either
positive or negative.
4.7 kΩ
820 Ω
Item
Specifications
Circuit
Maximum switching capacity 250 V AC/2 A (cosφ =1)
24 V DC/2 A (4 A/common)
Minimum switching capacity 5 V DC, 10 mA
Relay
service
life
Elec-
trical
Resistive
load
150,000 times (at 24 V DC)
Inductive
load
100,000 times (at 200 V AC, cosφ =0.4)
Mechanical 20 million times
ON delay 15 ms max.
OFF delay 15 ms max.
L
L
Internal Circuits
Output
LED
OUT
OUT
COM Maximum
250 VAC: 2
A
24 VDC: 2A
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Programmable
Controllers
Transistor Output (Sink Type/Source Type) (CPU/Expansion I/O Unit)
Note:1.
The maximum switching capacity of the CPM1A with transistor outputs (sink type and source type) is limited to the currents shown in the following table for
the common and for the Unit.
2.
When using the pulse output function of the CPM1A with transistor outputs (sink type and source type):
The output current must be between 100 to 200 mA when using the output 01000 or 01001 as a pulse output with the maximum frequency of 2 kHz.
The off-delay of outpus 01000 and 01001 will vary depending on the output current.
Analog I/O Unit
Note:1.The voltage output and current output can be used at the same time, but the total output current cannot exceed 21 mA.
2.The conversion time is the total time for 2 analog inputs and 1 analog output.
DeviceNet I/O Link Unit - CPM1A-DRT21
By connecting the DeviceNet I/O Link Unit (CPM1A-DRT21), the CPM1A can function as the slave of a DeviceNet Master Unit.
In this configuration, 32 input- and 32 output bits are exchanged with the Master Unit.
Specifications
Item
Specifications
Circuit
Maximum switching capacity 24 V DC +10%/–15%, 300 mA (see note 1)
Leakage current 0.1 mA max.
Residual voltage 1.5 V max.
ON delay 0.1 ms max.
OFF delay 1 ms max. (see note 2)
Item
10CDT-V1/
10CDT1-A-V1/D-V1
20CDT-D-V1/
20CDT1-A-V1/D-V1
30CDT-D-V1/
30CDT1-A-V1/D-V1
40CDT-D-V1/
40CDT1-A-V1/D-V1
20EDT/20EDT1
CPM1A-8ET/8ET1
Max. switching capacity 0.9 A/Unit 0.9 A/common
1.8 A/Unit
0.9 A/common
2.7 A/Unit
0.9 A/common
3.6 A/Unit
0.9 A/common
1.8 A/Unit
Load current
OFF delay
100 to 200 mA 0.2 ms max.
0 to 300 mA except for the above range 0.5 ms max.
Item
CPM1A-MAD01
CPM1A-MAD11
Voltage I/O
Current I/O
Voltage I/O
Current I/O
Analog
inputs
Number of inputs 2 2 (allocated 2 words)
Input signal ranges 0 to 10 V or 1 to 5 V 4 to 20 mA 0 to 5 V, 1 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, –
10 to 10 V
0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA
Maximum rated input ±15 V ±30 mA ±15 V ±30 mA
External input impedance 1 MΩ min.250 Ω rated 1 MΩ min.250 Ω
Resolution 1/256 1/6,000 (full scale)
Overall precision 1.0% of full scale 25°C:±0.3% of full scale 25°C:±0.4% of full scale
0 to 55°C:±0.6% of full scale 0 to 55°C:±0.8% of full scale
Converted A/D data 8-bit binary data
Full scale = 0000 to 00FF Hex
Binary data (4-digit hexadecimal)
–10 to 10 V: F448 to 0BB8 Hex full scale
Other:0000 to 1770 Hex full scale
Analog
output
(See note
1.)
Averaging --- Supported (set for each input with DIP switch)
Disconnection detection --- Supported
Number of outputs 1 1 (1 word allocated )
Output signal ranges 0 to 10 V or –10 to 10 V 4 to 20 mA 1 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, –10 to 10 V 0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA
External output allowed load
resistance
2 kΩ min.350 Ω max.1 kΩ min.600 Ω max.
External output impedance --- 0.5 Ω max.---
Resolution 1/256 (1/512 when the output signal range is –10 to 10 V.) 1/6,000 (full scale)
Overall precision 1.0% of full scale 25°C:±0.4% of full scale
0 to 55°C:±0.8% of full scale
D/A data setting 8-bit plus sign binary data
-10 to 10 V output range: Full scale = 80FF to 00FF Hex
4 to 20 mA output range: Full scale = 0000 to 00FF Hex
Binary data (hexadecimal, 4-digit)
–10 to 10 V output range: Full scale = F448 to 0BB8 Hex
Other output ranges: Full scale = 0000 to 1770 Hex
Conversion time 10 ms/Unit max. (See note 2.) 2 ms/point (6 ms for all points)
Isolation method Photocoupler isolation between I/O terminals and PC
(There is no isolation between the analog I/O signals.)
Photocoupler isolation between analog I/O and internal cir-
cuits. (Individual analog I/O signals are not isolated.)
Item
Specification
Master/slave DeviceNet Slave
Number of I/O points allocated to Master Input: 32 points / Output: 32 points
Number of words allocated from CPM1A’s I/O memory Input: 2 words / Output: 2 words
(Allocated in the same way as other Expansion Units).
Node address setting method Set using DIP switch.
L
L
L
L
Internal Circuits
Output LED
COM
Internal Circuits
Output LED
OUT
OUT
COM
Sink Type
Source Type
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Programmable Controllers
PROFIBUS-DP I/O Link Unit - CPM1A-PRT21
By connecting the PROFIBUS-DP I/O Link Unit (CPM1A-PRT21), the CPM1A can function as the slave of any PROFIBUS-DP Master Unit. In this
configuration, 16 input- and 16 output bits are exchanged with the Master unit.
Specifications
CompoBus/S I/O Link Unit - CPM1A-SRT21
Specifications
Temperature Sensor Units
By mounting a Temperature Sensor Unit (CPM1A-TS001/TS002/TS101/TS102) to the PLC, input can be obtained from a thermocouple or platinum
resistance thermometer, and temperature measurements can be converted to binary data (4-digit hexadecimal) and cyclically updated in the input
area of the CPU Unit.
Specifications
Note:The indication accuracy when using a K-type thermocouple for temperatures less than –100°C is ±4°C ±1 digit max.
Input Temperature Ranges for CPM1A-TS001/002
The rotary switch can be used to make of the following range and input type settings for CPM1A-TS001/002 models.
Input Temperature Ranges for CPM1A-TS101/102
The rotary switch can be used to make of the following range and input type settings for CPM1A-TS101/102 models.
Specifications CPM1A-TS101-DA
Item
Specification
Master/slave PROFIBUS-DP slave (OC_0658.GSD)
Number of I/O points allocated to Master Input: 16 points / Output: 16 points (Intel/Motorola format selectable by DIP switch)
Number of words allocated from CPM1A’s I/O memory Input: 1 word / Output: 1 word
(Allocated in the same way as other Expansion Units).
Node address setting method 0-99 using 2 rotary switches
Item
Specification
Master/Slave CompoBus/S Slave
Number of I/O bits 8 input bits, 8 output bits
Number of words occupied in CPM2A I/O memory 1 input word, 1 output word
(Allocated in the same way as other Expansion Units).
Node number setting Set using the DIP switch. (Set before turning ON power for the CPU Unit.)
Item
Specifications
Model CPM1A-TS001/002 CPM1A-TS101/102
Number of inputs 2 (TS001), 4 (TS002) 2 (TS101), 4 (TS102)
Input types Thermocouple K, J switchable
(Note: Same type for all input points.)
Pt100, JPt100 switchable
(Note: Same type for all input points.)
Indication accuracy The larger of ±0.5% of the indicated value and ±2°C ±1 digit max. [The larger of ±0.5%of the indicated value and ±1°C]
±1 digit max.
Conversion time 250 ms/2 points (TS001, TS101); 250 ms/4 points (TS002, TS102)
Converted temperature data Binary (4-digit hexadecimal)
Isolation method Photocoupler isolation between the temperature input signals.
Input type
Range (°C)
Range (°F)
K –200 to 1300 –300 to 2300
0.0 to 500.0 0.0 to 900.0
J –100 to 850 –100 to 1500
0.0 to 400.0 0.0 to 750.0
Input type
Range (°C)
Range (°F)
Pt100 –200.0 to 650.0 –300 to 1200.0
JPt100 –200.0 to 650.0 –300 to 1200.0
Item
Specifications
Model CPM1A-TS101-DA
Number of inputs 2
Input types Pt100
Temperature range -40 to 250°C
Converted temperature data 16-bit, 2’s complement, 0.1°C resolution
Indication accuracy 1.0% of full scale max.
Number of outputs 1
Output type 0 to 10 V, -10 to 10 V, 4 to 20 mA
Load resistance 2 kΩ min. (voltage output), 500Ω max. (current output)
Output resolution 8 bit + sign (1/256, 1/512 for -10 to 10 V)
Output accuracy 1.0% of full scale max.
Conversion time 60 ms (all channels)
Isolation method Photocoupler isolation between I/O signals and PLC
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Programmable
Controllers
Communications Adapter Specifications CPM1-CIF01/CIF11
RS-232C Adapter and RS-422 Adapter
Expansion Memory Unit CPM1A-EMU01-V1
The CPM1-EMU01-V1 offers simple onsite transfer of user programs and data memory.
Item
Specifications
CPM1-CIF01
CPM1-CIF11
Functions Level conversion between the CMOS level (CPU side) and the
RS-232C level (peripheral device side)
Level conversion between the CMOS level (CPU side) and the
RS-422 level (peripheral device side)
Isolation (all in this line) The RS-232C (peripheral device side) is insulated by a DC/DC
converter and photocoupler.
The RS-422 (peripheral device side) is insulated by a DC/DC
converter and photocoupler.
Power supply Power is supplied by the CPU.
Weight 200 g max.
Item
Specifications
Supported PLCs CPM1, CPM1A, CPM2A, CPM2C, SRM1(-V2), CQM1, CQM1H
Read/write memory areas User Program: 15.2 kWords max.
Data memory: DM 6144 to DM 6655
Espansion instructions 18 instructions
EEPROM 256-Kbit EEPROM, ATMEL: AT28C256, OMRON: EEROM-JD
Current consumption 130 mA max.
Dimensions (not including cables
or connectors)
57 x 92 x 38 mm (W x H x D)
Weight 200 g max. (not including EEPROM)
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Programmable Controllers
CPM2C-PA201 AC Power Supply Unit
• The CPM2C-PA201 is a slim and compact AC Power Supply Unit of the same shape as the CPM2C’s CPU Unit. It can be con-
nected simply using the connecting cable (23 cm) provided. It can also be used for CPM1A and CPM2A CPU Units and as dis-
play power supply (wired by the user).
Specifications
AC Power Supply Unit AC Power Supply Unit
Attached connecting cable
Service power supply
for external devices
such as sensors (24 V).
Item
Specification
Rated output 15 W
Output voltage 24 V
Output current 600 mA
Efficiency 75% min. (at rated output)
Input conditions Rated voltage 100 to 240 V AC
Allowable voltage range 85 to 264 V AC
Frequency 47 to 63 Hz
Current 100 V 0.4 A
200 V 0.2 A
Leakage current 100 V 0.5 mA max. (at rated output)
200 V 1 mA max. (at rated output)
Inrush current 100 V 15 A max. (at 25°C cold start)
200 V 30 A max. (at 25°C cold start)
Output
characteristics
Output voltage accuracy 10%/–15% (including input, load, and temperature fluctuations)
Minimum output current 30 mA
Ripple noise voltage 2% (p-p) max.
Input fluctuation 0.75% max.
Load fluctuation 4% max.
Temperature fluctuation 0.05%/°C max.
Startup time 300 ms max. (at input voltage of 100 V AC or 200 V AC and the rated output)
Output hold time 10 ms (at input voltage of 100 V AC or 200 V AC and the rated output)
Overcurrent protection Self-resetting, operates at 105% to 335% of the rated current, suspended and independent opera-
tion
Overvoltage protection None
Ambient operating temperature 0° to 55°C
Ambient storage temperature –20° to 75°C (no condensation or icing)
Ambient operating humidity 10% to 90% (no condensation)
Dielectric strength 2,000 V for 1 min between all inputs and GR