Omron CQM1 Manual
Part Numbers: CQM1-PA206, CQM1PA206
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with the FALS(07) instruction, all outputs from Output Unit will be turned OFF and only the internal output status will be maintained.) When assembling the Units or mounting the end cover, be sure to lock them securely as shown in the following illustrations. If they are not properly locked, desired functionality may not be achieved. Be sure to mount the end cover to the rightmost Unit. Be sure that the connectors, terminal blocks, connection cables, and other items with locking devices are properly locked into place. Improper locking may result in malfunction. Be sure to confirm the orientation and polarities when connecting terminal blocks and connectors. Do not touch the back side of circuit boards or the components mounted to them with your bare hands. There are sharp leads and other parts on the boards that may cause injury if handled improperly. Provide sufficient clearances around the Unit and other devices to ensure proper heat dissipation. Do not cover the ventilation openings of the Unit. Do not allow metallic objects or conductive wires to enter the Unit. Set the operating settings of the Temperature Controller properly according to the system to be controlled. Allow at least 30 minutes after turning ON the Temperature Controller as warmup time. Do not use thinner to clean the product. Use commercially available cleaning alcohol.
PART I B7A Interface Unit
CQM1-B7A02 CQM1-B7A03 CQM1-B7A12 CQM1-B7A13 CQM1-B7A21
SECTION 1 Features and System Configuration
This section describes the general features, system configuration, and word allocation of the CQM1-B7A@@ Interface Units. 1-1 1-2 1-3 Features. System Configuration. Connecting Devices. 1-3-1 1-3-2 1-4 1-5 CPU. B7A Link Terminal. 7
Word Allocation. Bit Allocation.
The CQM1-B7A@@ Interface Unit incorporates the B7A transmission operations for the CQM1H/CQM1 I/O Unit. The following five models of CQM1H/CQM1 B7A Interface Unit are available.
Model CQM1-B7A21 CQM1-B7A13 CQM1-B7A03 CQM1-B7A12 CQM1-B7ANo. of points Input Output 16
Each Unit can be connected to the same number of points on 16-point B7A Link Terminals as provided by the Unit. For example, two B7A Link Terminal Units with 16 input points each can be connected to a CQM1B7A13. The transmission delay time can be switched between STANDARD (19.2 ms rated) or RAPID (3 ms rated). The data processing when a transmission error occurs can be switched between HOLD (see note 1) and LOAD OFF (see note 2). The CPU treats the B7A Interface Units as the equivalent number of points. It can handle remote I/O equipment, such as switches and lamps, without recognizing communications. Note 1. HOLD: When an error occurs, the input bit status immediately prior to the error is held. 2. LOAD OFF: When an error occurs, all input bits turn off. The B7A Link Terminal is a terminal board that incorporates a communication function, connects to external I/O devices, and communicates with a PC over a single cable, thus reducing wiring effort. Differences Between CQM1-B7A01 and CQM1-B7A21 CQM1-B7A21 is an upgraded version of the CQM1-B7A01 and can replace the CQM1-B7A01. The features listed in the table below have been added to the CQM1-B7A21.
Note On delivery from the factory, pins 2 and 3 are set ON and all others OFF. !Caution Turn off the CQM1H/CQM1 power before setting the pins.
Transmission Delay Time Setting Sets the transmission delay time for the B7A Interface Unit.
Setting ON OFF Transmission Delay Time RAPID (3 ms) STANDARD (19.2 ms) (factory setting)
Set the transmission delay time to RAPID to enable transmission with highspeed B7A Link Terminals with a transmission delay time of 3 ms. Set the transmission delay time to STANDARD to enable transmission with standard B7A Link Terminals with a transmission delay time of 19.2 ms. Set the pin to match the transmission delay time of the type of B7A Link Terminal connected. A transmission error will occur if the setting does not match the transmission delay time of the B7A Link Terminal. The transmission delay time setting is made for the entire Unit. It is not possible to make separate settings for each word if multiple words are used. Transmission Error Processing Setting This setting determines whether the input bit status immediately prior to the error is held when a transmission error occurs (HOLD) or whether all input bits turn off (LOAD OFF).
Setting ON OFF Transmission error processing LOAD OFF HOLD (factory setting)
Input Mode Setting
Set the input mode (the use of bit 15) from the Input B7A Link Terminal to one of the modes shown in the table below. Match the pin setting to the Input B7A Link Terminal.
Setting ON Input mode 15-point input + 1 error (15IN+ERR) 16-point input (16IN) Description Bit 15 used as transmission error bit. The bits available for input are the 15 bits from 00 to 14. Bit 15 also used as a normal input bit. The bits available for input are the 16 bits from 00 to 15. (factory setting)
ERR Indicator Lighting Setting
Sets whether the ERR indicator lights when an input transmission error occurs.
Setting ON OFF Description ERR indicator lights (factory setting) ERR indicator does not light
To avoid indicator lighting unnecessarily, set pin OFF if the input side of the B7A Interface Unit is not used.
SECTION 3 Connections
This section describes the connections between the CQM1-B7A@@ Interface Units and B7A Link Terminals. 3-1 Connections to B7A Link Terminals. 3-1-1 3-1-2 3-2 Recommended Cables. Connecting Terminals. 20 22
Connections to B7A Link Terminals
The B7A Interface Unit can be connected to the input and output B7A Link Terminals using the following cables.
Transmission terminal (Refer to 3-1 Transmission Cables) For connection of transmission cable to Expansion Master or Slave.
Terminal screws: M3 (Optimum tightening torque: 0.5 N m)
Name RDY IN 1CH Unit Ready IN Mode Color Green Orange Function Lit when power is on and if CQM1H/ CQM1 recognizes a Master. Lit while number of inputs set to 1 word (16 points). Not lit when set to 2 words (32 points). Lit while number of outputs set to 1 word (16 points). Not lit when set to 2 words (32 points). Lit while in transmission status with power on. Not lit while in transmission error. Lit while DIP switch set to HOLD (data held when a transmission error occurs). Flashes while searching for terminator or during transmission with power turned on. Lit when there is a transmission error. Not lit when there is an error in the Master. Lit when the power is turned on. Goes out when the terminator is found. Flashes when multiple terminators are present.
Transmission Ready HOLD Setting Transmitting
Name Slave Setting Error Color Red
Function Lit when Slave set to #28 to #30. Flashes for other address setting error (refer to Appendix B Troubleshooting for details). Lit after error occurs with Slave output (G730-ROC04-A).
Note ALM Output: The Slave address and bit address cannot be checked after a failure occurs. It is not possible to differentiate between Open and Short modes. For more information about the G730 Remote Terminal, refer to the I/O Terminal Series Catalog (X044).
CQM1-G7N11 Input Master
Transmission terminal 1 (see page 44) For connection of transmission cable from Master or Expansion Master. Transmission terminal 2 (see page 44) For connection of transmission cable to next Expansion Master or Slave.
Name RDY IN 1CH Unit Ready IN Mode Color Green Orange Function Lit when power is on and if CQM1H/ CQM1 recognizes a Master. Lit while number of inputs set to 1 word (16 points). Not lit when set to 2 words (32 points). Lit when Unit 2 set. Not lit when Unit 1 set. Flashes during transmission with power turned on. Lit when there is a transmission error. Not lit when there is an error in the Expansion Master.
Communications Performance Specifications
Item Communications method Synchronization method Transmission path Interface Transmission speed Transmission distance Two-wire, semi-duplex Start-stop 2-core cable (VCTF 0.75 X 2 C is recommended) RS-485 187.5 kbps 200 m max (total per system) Specification
Performance Specifications - Master
Item I/O points Specification Input: 2 words (32 points)/1 word (16 points) Output: 2 words (32 points)/1 word (16 points) Set with DIP switch. Transmission Ready output: G6D, SPST-NO, 24 VDC/2 A max. ALM output 250 mA at 5 VDC 250 g max. 32 (W) x 110 (H) x 107 (D) mm
External output Internal current consumption Weight Dimensions
Performance Specifications - Input Expansion Master
Item I/O points Specification Input: 2 words (32 points)/1 word (16 points) Output: 2 words (32 points)/1 word (16 points) Set with DIP switch. 80 mA at 5 VDC 200 g max. 32 (W) x 110 (H) x 107 (D) mm
Internal current consumption Weight Dimensions
Performance Specifications - Output Expansion Master
Common for Master and Expansion Master.
Troubleshooting Indicator Status During Normal Operation
: Lit, : Flashing, X: Not lit
RDY T/R RDY T/R END NODE ALM
All T/R indicators flash.
Any other indicator display indicates an error. Refer to the table below.
Indicator Alarm Table
The table below shows the description and remedy of an error occurring in the G730 Interface Unit. : Lit, : Flashing, X: Not lit, : Status not relevant.
RDY T/R RDY
T/R END NODE ALM
Errors before or after normal operation
Power not turned on.
Turn the power on.
Units not completely connected. Refer to unit manual and correct End cover not attached. set up. X X X X X X X Abnormal Master. Turn power off and back on. Replace Master if same error reoccurs. Set Slave address between #0 and #27. Set the Slave connected at the end as the terminator. Only one terminator allowed per system. Wire separate systems with one Master each. Do not mix Master (G7M21) with different types of communications Master. Correctly wire the transmission path.
Errors before normal operation
Slave address set between #28 and #30. No terminator set. Multiple terminators exists in a system. Different types of communications Master exist. Transmission path shorted. Transmission path discontinuity. Transmission path + and wiring reversed. Expansion Masters exist with the same input/output type and duplicate unit #. Expansion Masters exist with the same input/output type and duplicate system address. The Slave set as terminator is not turned on. The terminator is set to Slave address #31.
Remote I/O Master CQM1-LK501 I/O LInk Unit
+ + Other Slave
+ + Terminator setting
1. Connect the terminals with crimp-style terminals and M3 terminal screws that are also used for CQM1H/CQM1 I/O Units. 2. Terminals B0 and B2 are short-circuited internally. Terminals B1 and B3 are also short-circuited internally. 3. Be sure to turn all the Slaves on before turning on the Master. Any Slave turned on after the Master is turned on will not be recognized by the Master.
4. To satisfy the EC directives (low-voltage directives), provide reinforced insulation or double insulation for the power supply when RUN OUTPUT is used.
The standard specifications of the CQM1-LK501 I/O Link Unit conform to those of the CQM1H/CQM1 PC.
SYSMAC BUS Standard Specifications
Item Transmission method Communication method Transmission path Interface Transmission speed Transmission distance Specification Time-division multiplex cyclic Two-wire semi-duplex 2-core cable (VCTF 0.75 x 2 C is recommended) RS-485 187.5k bps 200 m max.
Item Name Model Current consumption I/O delay I/O points External output Diagnostic function I/O Link Unit CQM1-LKmA at 5 VDC 8 ms/64 points 64 points (32 input points and 32 output points) Operating output: G6D, SPST-NO, 2 A max. Transmission error check (BCC + inverted double transmission collation) CPU error monitor Transmission path error check 220 g max. 32 x 110 x 107 (W x H x D) Specification
These dimensions are the same for all G730 Interface Unit models.
PART IV Analog Input Unit and Analog Power Supply Units
CQM1-AD041 CQM1-IPS01 CQM1-IPS02
This section provides the features and system configuration relating to the Analog Input Unit and Analog Power Supply Units. 1-1 Features. 1-1-1 1-1-2 1-2 1-3 Analog Input Unit. Analog Power Supply Units. 84 84
System Configuration. Connecting Devices. 1-3-1 1-3-2 CPU. Analog Power Supply Units. Total Number of I/O Words. Total Current Consumption.
System Construction. 1-4-1 1-4-2
Analog Input Unit
Analog Power Supply Unit
The CQM1-AD041 is a SYSMAC CQM1H/CQM1-series Analog Input Unit that converts analog signals into digital signals. A single Analog Input Unit converts 4-point analog input into 12-bit digital output. It is possible to reduce the number of input words that the Analog Input Unit occupies by limiting the number of the Analog Input Units input points to a maximum of two. Refer to page 87 DIP Switch Functions for details. Converted data is stored in the input word allocated to the Analog Input Unit. The converted data is used by just reading the contents of the input word. Refer to 3-2-1 Word Allocation for details. The Analog Input Unit has input signal voltage ranges of 10 to 10 V, 0 to 10 V, and 1 to 5V, any of which can be combined freely with the CQM1AD041s input signal current range of 4 to 20 mA. The Analog Input Unit incorporates a mean value processing function so that it outputs stable conversion data. The Analog Input Unit incorporates a broken wire detecting function, with which the Analog Input Unit detects the disconnection of any input wire that has been connected to the Analog Input Unit given the input range is 4 to 20 mA or 1 to 5 V.
The CQM1-SEN01 is a four-point input unit that occupies one input word. All bits, other than input bits, will not be used as work bits. It is recommended that the CQM1-SEN01 be mounted to the left of the CQM1-OC@@@ Relay Contact Output Unit but not next to the CQM1OC@@@ Relay Contact Output Unit, otherwise the sensor modules mounted to the CQM1-SEN01 will be influenced by noise that may be generated from the CQM1-OC@@@ Relay Contact Output Unit at the time of load switching. The following illustration shows a CQM1H/CQM1 system configuration that includes the CQM1-SEN01.
CQM1-SEN01 Sensor Unit CQM1H/CQM1 A variety of sensor modules (four units max.) CQM1-TU001 Remote Console
The Sensor Unit can be mounted to the following CPUs.
Use the mode setting selector of the dedicated CQM1-TU001 Remote Console for the CQM1-SEN01 to set sensor modules mounted to the CQM1SEN01 to operation monitor mode or teaching mode.
The following dedicated sensor modules can be mounted to the CQM1SEN01.
Name Optical Fiber Photoelectric Module Photoelectric Module Proximity Sensor Module Dummy Module Model E3X-MA11 E3C-MA11 E2C-MA11 E39-M11
Note Mount the E39-M11 Dummy Module to any unused slot of the CQM1-SEN01 for dust prevention.
The following sensors can be used with the E3X-MA11 Optical Fiber Photoelectric Module.
Sensing method Thru-beam Side view thru-beam Heat-resistive thru-beam Screen thru-beam Reflective Side view reflective Heat-resistive reflective Retroreflective Model E32-T11L, E32-TC200, and E32-T11 E32-T14L E32-T51 E32-T16 E32-D11L, E32-DC200, and E32-D11 E32-D14L E32-D51 E32-R21
Note The E3X-MA11 can be used with a variety of sensors in addition to those listed above. The E3X-MA11, however, cannot be used with the E32-DC9G, E32-DC9G4, E32-D61, or E32-D73.
The following sensors can be used with the E3C-MA11 Photoelectric Module.
Sensing method Thru-beam Diffuse reflective Convergent reflective Mark detection reflective Model E3C-S10, E3C-1, and E3C-2 E3C-DS5W, E3C-DS10 E3C-LS3R E3C-VS1G, E3C-VS3R, E3C-VM35R, and E3C-VS7R
The following sensors can be used with the E2C-MA11 Proximity Sensor Module.
E2C-CR5B E2C-CR8A E2C-CR8B
E2C-X1A E2C-C1A E2C-X1R5A
The CQM1H/CQM1 treats the CQM1-SEN01 as a four-point Input Unit. Inputs are allocated from word 000 including the built-in input bits of the CPU of the CQM1H/CQM1. The following is an example of word allocation. The CQM1-SEN01 occupies one input word. Any bits without a sensor module cannot be used as work bits. Any bits connected to a dummy module is always OFF.
Model A E2C-CR5B E2C-CR8@ E2C-X1A E2C-C1A E2C-X1R5A 20
Distance (mm) B 15
Mount the E3C-MA11 securely to the Sensor Unit so that the fiber sensor connector side is on the left and the indicator side is on the right. Dismounting A pulling tool is provided with the Sensor Unit. To dismount the E3C-MA11 from the Sensor Unit, hook the pulling tool onto the square hole on the right side of the E3C-MA11 and pull out the E3C-MA11 carefully.
Note Be sure to turn off the CQM1-SEN001 before mounting or dismounting sensor modules.
Connection of CQM1-TU001 Remote Console
Remove the cover of the Unit and insert the console plug into the console connector of the Unit so that the polarity of the console plug and the console connector will match. The console connector does not incorporate a lock mechanism. To disconnect the console plug, hold the console plug and pull it straight out. It is not possible to mount the cover to the Unit if the console plug is connected to the console connector. The console plug can be disconnected from the console connector even if the Unit is turned on. Do not, however, disconnect the console plug while the sensitivity of the Unit is being adjusted.
Connection of a Variety of Sensors
Set the fiber lock lever of the E3X-MA11 to FREE before inserting an optical fiber cable to a fiber insertion mouth of the E3X-MA11 as shown in the following illustration.
After inserting two optical fiber cables from the Fiber Units to the fiber insertion mouths of the E3X-MA11, set the fiber lock lever to LOCK to secure the optical fiber cables.
Insert the optical fiber cables into the E3X-MA11 before mounting the E3XMA11 to the Sensor Unit. Note If the tips of the two optical fiber cables are not inserted into the E3X-MA11 to the insertion marks, the sensing distance may be reduced. Disconnecting Fibers To disconnect the optical fiber cables from the E3X-MA11, hold and pull out the optical fiber cables carefully. Before disconnecting the optical fiber cables from the E3X-MA11, be sure to set the fiber lock lever to FREE.
Note If the optical fiber cables are disconnected without setting the fiber lock lever to FREE, the optical fiber cables may break and the E3X-MA11 may malfunction due to fragments of broken optical fiber cables. Cutting Fiber Insert a 2.2-mm-dia. fiber into an E39-F4 Fiber Cutter and determine the length of the fiber to be cut. Press down the Fiber Cutter in a single stroke to cut the fiber. When the fiber is cut, insertion marks are inscribed on the fiber. The portion from the tip up to the insertion marks should be inserted into the E3XMA11.
12.6 Insertion mark
To correctly inscribe the insertion mark, place the length of the fiber into the Fiber Cutter in direction 1 as illustrated below, and press down firmly in direction 2.
Voltage Monitor Output
The CQM1-LSE02 has a voltage monitor output function. Scaled conversion data monitor mode or set data D/A output mode can be selected. The Unit refreshes its monitor output at 0.5-s intervals.
Scaled Conversion Data Monitor Mode
In this mode, it is possible to output voltage corresponding to the scaled conversion data.
Example of Scaling into the Data between 0000 to 5000 for the Input between 4 to 20 mA When the input is 12 mA, the scaled conversion data becomes 2500 and the output voltage that corresponds to this value becomes 2.5 V.
Output voltage (V)
Scaled conversion data 9.999 5000
2500 2.Input value (mA) Scaled conversion data (decimal)
Set Data D/A Output Mode
In this mode, the monitor output terminal of the CQM1-LSE02 will have voltage output corresponding to the signed binary data stored in the output word of the CQM1-LSE02 by easy use of the ladder program. The signed binary data range of the CQM1-LSE02 is from 9999 (D8F1) to 9999 (270F) and the voltage output range of the CQM1-LSE02 corresponding to the signed binary data range is from 9.999 to 9.999 V. If the signed binary data out of the range is stored in the output word, either 9.999 or 9.999 V will be output. For example, if the signed binary data D8F0 (10000 in BCD) is written, the voltage of the monitor output will be 9.999 V.
Note In case of using the Unit in the set data D/A output mode, when obtaining the value to be set to the output word through calculation using the ladder program, etc., be careful not to use the computed result of C000 to CFFF. Even when the Unit is used in the set data D/A output mode, if C000 to CFFF is set to the output word, it is treated as a command. In this mode, analog input is converted into digital data and then converted into analog output. Therefore, the obtained analog output is not highly precise.
SECTION 3 Nomenclature and Functions
This section provides the nomenclature, and terminal and indicator functions of the Linear Sensor Interface Unit. 3-1 3-2 Nomenclature. Terminals. 192 193
Name RDY ERR Color Green Red Function Lit when the Linear Sensor Interface Unit is ready for use. Lit when an internal error, such as IC malfunctioning, occurs. Lit when 1- to 5-V or 4- to 20-mA input to the Unit is disconnected. This indicator cannot be used to detect the disconnection of 9.999- or 5-V input. Lit when TIMING or GATE input to the Unit is ON. Lit when the forced zero function is effective.
2. Set the command code C400 for the X1 value. To input the letter C with the Programming Console, press the Shift and 2 Keys. The input word will be set to the response C400.
3. Set 0400 to the output word. 4. When the Unit correctly receives the command, the input word will be set to 0400.
A CHG E A A
5. Input the command code C410 for the X2 value. The input word will be set to the response C410.
6. Set 2000 to the output word. 7. When the Unit correctly receives the command, the input word will be set to 2000.
C CHG A A A
8. Set 0000 for the Y1 value and 1000 for the Y2 value using the above method.
9. After setting all the scaling values, reset 0000 to the output word. After the scaling operation, 0534 will be set to the input word.
The comparison function is effective only when the timing hold in operation mode A is set to normal. The setting methods of the set values and hysteresis to compare the present scaled conversion data and the set values are explained below. The preset set values and hysteresis are effective only when the Unit is set to comparison mode. The hysteresis is, however, available only if the timing hold is set to normal. Use the operation mode A set command to change the timing hold. Refer to 6-2 Set Value Teaching for the method to obtain the set values from the teaching operation.
Set the LL, L, H, and HH set values so that these set values are within a range from 9999 to 9999. The following are the factory-set set values. LL and L: H and HH: 9999 9999
Therefore, if the Unit is operated with the factory-set set values, the PASS bit of the input word will be always ON. Set the hysteresis to a value between 0001 and 0999 for the LL, L, H, and HH set values. The factory-set value of the hysteresis is 0001. Command The set value set command consists of a command code and parameter. The following command codes are used for the LL, L, H, and HH set values. LL Set Value: L Set Value: H Set Value: C70@ C71@ C72@
HH Set Value: C73@ Each of the above set values has the suffix @, which should be replaced with 0 if the value is positive and F if the value is negative when they are input. The parameter range of each of the above set values is 0000 to 9999. The hysteresis set command consists of the command code CA00 and parameter. Set the hysteresis value to the parameter. Refer to pages 224 to 226 for the details of the set value command. Setting Example Set the L set values to 0000 and the H set values to 2000 with the hysteresis set to 0010. Each Comparison Result Flag is turned ON when the scaled conversion data is as follows. L 0000, PASS = 0001 to 1999, H 2000 Operation 1,2,3. 1. The input word reads 1254, which is the present scaled conversion data, and the output word reads 0000.
2. Input the set value set command code C710 for the L set value. To input the letter C with the Programming Console, press the Shift and 2 Keys. The input word will be set to the response C710.
3. Set 0000 to the output word. 4. When the Unit correctly receives the command, the input word will be set to 0000.
5. Input the set value set command code C720 for the H set value. The input word will be set to the response C720.
8. Input the hysteresis set command code CA00. The input word will be set to the response CA00.
9. Set 0010 to the output word. 10. When the Unit correctly receives the command, the input word will be set to 0010.
A CHG A B A
11. After setting all the set values, set the output word to 0000 again. The scaled conversion data 1254 will be set to the input word.
The input word data is used to monitor the present scaled conversion data or comparison result. To monitor the present scaled conversion data or comparison result by using a ladder program, set the mode select switch on the Programming Console to the OPERATION MODE and then retrieve the input word data.
The input word in measurement mode will be a binary-coded scaled conversion data. For example, when the factory-set scaling values are used, the input word will be set to 270F for +9999 and D8F1 (2s complement) for 9999. If the scaled conversion data falls beyond the 9999 range or if the input value falls in the overrange zone, B000 (overflow) will be set to the input word. If the present scaled conversion data is indefinite, BBBB will be set to the input word.
Signed Set Value Read Commands
Scaling Value Read Set Value Read Hysteresis Read
Command Output word Command code (2) Sign of set value (2) Sign of set value (3)
1. Set the command code to the output word. The Unit will check the command code. If the command code is correct, the sign for a set value will be set to the input word corresponding to the command as the response for the command. If the command code is incorrect, an error code will be set to the input word. The set value will be set to the input word approximately 0.5 s after the sign is set to the input word. The sign and set value will be set to the input word alternately at approximately 0.5-s intervals.
List of Commands
2. After confirming that the sign and the set value that the input word is set to is correct, set 0000 to the output word. 3. The scaled conversion data or comparison result will stored in the input word. Note The Linear Sensor Interface Unit acknowledges the start or end of a command through a change in the output word value. When 0000 is set to the parameter by the setting command, for example, even if 0000 is set at the end of the command, the command doesnt end because there is no change in the output word value, not allowing scaled conversion data or comparison result to be set in the input word. To end the command, set a value other than the one set to the parameter. However, that the value will be reflected on the monitor output if the Unit is used in the set data D/A output mode. Therefore, when using the Unit in the set data D/A output mode, be sure to select a value which will not affect peripheral devices.
The following commands can be used to set the initial parameters through the Programming Console.
Command Command code C000 C100 C200 C300 C4** C5*0 C6*0 C7** C8*0 C9*0 CA00 CB00 CC00 Meaning Used to set operation mode A. Used to read the settings of operation mode A. Used to set operation mode B. Used to read the settings of operation mode B. Used to set a scaling value. Used to execute scaling value teaching. Used to read a scaling value. Used to set a set value. Used to execute the set value teaching. Used to read a set value. Used to set hysteresis. Used to read the hysteresis. Used to read the present scaled conversion data. Reference page 227
Setting 0.0 Operation Heater burnouts will not be detected. The heater burnout alarm output will turn OFF. This setting is used to reset an alarm. The detection level for heater burnout alarms. Heater burnouts will not be detected. The heater burnout alarm output will turn ON regardless of RUN/STOP status. This setting can be used to check wiring.
0.1 to 49.9 50.0
Heater Current If the heater current reaches 55.0 A or higher, a CT input error will occur and E500 will be output if the heater current is being monitored. The current at which a heater burnout will be detected is calculated as follows: Set value = (Normal current + current after burnout)/2 The following condition must be met: Normal current current after burnout 2.5 A
Measurements will not be stable if the difference is less than 2.5 A. If the difference is less than 2.5 A, wrap the wire around the CT two or three times to increase the measured current. The heater current monitor function can be used to measure the currents. Actual values can vary from calculated values.
Input Shift Value
An input shift value can be set to offset the indicated value from the actual measured value. For example, if the input shift value is set to 3.0 C and the actual measured temperature is 50 C, the monitored temperature will be 53 C. If the input shift value is set too large, a sensor error can occur near the upper and lower limits of the temperature range even though the measure temperature is still within range.
PID calculations using the limit cycle method are performed when autotuning is executed. Parameters cannot be written for loops that are currently being autotuned.
Hunting cycle Calculated PID control
Amplitude Set point
AT executed for ON/OFF control
AT completed (amplitude and hunting cycle measurements completed)
The limit cycle method causes hunting using ON/OFF control near the set point to measure the hunting cycle and amplitude and uses the results to make calculations for PID control. Be sure to change the START AT command in the output word after the START AT command has been sent and received. If the START AT command is left set in the output word, autotuning will be executed again as soon as it is completed.
CQM1-TC201 (4 loops, NPN outputs) CQM1-TC202 (4 loops, PNP outputs) CQM1-TC203 (2 loops, heater burnout alarm NPN outputs) CQM1-TC204 (2 loops, heater burnout alarm PNP outputs)
Loop 1 Loop 2 Cold junction compensator Loop 4 Output 2 Output 4
Loop 1 Loop 2 Cold junction compensator Loop 4
Loop 2 Cold junction compensator
Loop 3 Output 1 Output 3
Loop 3 Output 1 Output 3 Output 2 Output 1 Output 1 Output 2
Output 2 Output 4
Integral time Derivative time Hysteresis Control cycle Input shift value
s s C/F s C
Platinum resisFC19 to 270F tance thermome- (9.99 to 99.99) ters in 0.01 ranges FC19 to 270F (99.9 to 999.9) 0000 to 01F4 (0.0 to 50.0) 0000 to 03E8 (0.0 to 100.0) Depends on input type. 0000 to 03E8 (0.0 to 100.0) 0000 to 0226 (0.0 to 55.0) F500 (55.0 min.)
Others (See note 4.) Heater burnout alarm setting (See note 5.) Manual manipulated variable Process value Manipulated variable (See note 6.) Heater current
0000 (0.00) 0000 (0.0) See note 7. -------
F999 to 9999 (99.9 to 999.9) 0000 to 0500 (0.0 to 50.0) 0000 to 1000 (0.0 to 100.0) Depends on input type. 0000 to 1000 (0.0 to 100.0) 0000 to 0550 (0.0 to 55.0) E500 (55.0 min.)
C/F A % C/F % A Stored in RAM
1. A setting error will be indicated by outputting EE01 to the input word if any values other than those listed above are specified. The setting will be invalid. 2. Automatically written to EEPROM when the parameter setting is changed. 3. Set up the system to ensure that EEPROM is not written to more than 100,000 times. 4. The decimal point will be adjusted if the range is changed to another range with a different number of decimal places. Adjust the setting as necessary after changing ranges. (Example: If a 0.01 C range is changed to a 0.1 C
range and the input shift value was 0.05 C, the setting would be changed to 0.5 5. Heater burnout detection will not be performed if the alarm setting is 0.0 or 50 A. The heater burnout alarm output will turn OFF if the setting is changed to 0.0 A and will turn ON if the setting is changed to 50 A. 6. The current manipulated variable will be monitored. 7. The initial manual manipulated variable will be set to maintain the output level before Manual Mode was entered. 8. Always check the Write Completed Flag to be sure that the write to EEPROM has been completed when setting a parameter that is stored in EEPROM. A minimum of 60 ms is required to complete writing to EEPROM. If a power interruption or other problem prevents confirming the write operation, reset the value after power is restored or the problem corrected.
Units with Four Loops
Loop number Control output 0: OFF 1: ON Autotuning 0: Normal 1: Autotuning Sensor error 0: Normal 1: Error 0: RUN 1: STOP
RUN/STOP status of specified loop
Manual/auto status of specified loop
0: Auto 1: Manual
Units with Two Loops and Heater Burnout alarms
Loop number Control output Autotuning 0: OFF 1: ON 0: Normal 1: Autotuning Sensor error 0: Normal 1: Error
Heater burnout alarm output CT input error 0: OFF 0: Normal 1: ON 1: Error RUN/STOP status of specified loop 0: RUN 1: STOP
Safety Relay Unit (PLC I/O Unit Type)
A Safety Relay Unit That Functions as a PLC I/O Unit. Less Installation Space and Wiring Required.
Safety Relay Unit that can be used as an I/O Unit for OMRONs CQM1H and CS1-series PLCs. Requires less installation space and wiring. Monitors power supply, output, and internal relays for safety circuits. Equipped with four general-purpose input terminals. Conforms to EN standards. (TV certification)
Be sure to read the Safety Precautions on page 8.
Model Number Structure
Model Number Legend:
CQM1: CQM1 I/O Unit Type
CS1W: CS1 I/O Unit Type 1. Function SF:PLC I/O Unit Type Emergency-stop Unit 2. Contact Configuration (Safety Output) 2: DPST-NO 3. Contact Configuration (OFF-delay Output) 0: None 4. Contact Configuration (Auxiliary Output) 0: None
PLC I/O Unit Type Emergency-stop Unit
Main contact DPST-NO Rated voltage 24 VDC Auxiliary contact None Number of input channels 1 channel or 2 channels possible Number of generalpurpose inputs 4 inputs Model CQM1-SF200 CS1W-SF200
Ratings (Safety Circuit Block)
Item Model CQM1-SFVDC 85% to 110% of rated power supply voltage 24 VDC: 1.7 W max. CS1W-SF200 Power supply voltage Operating voltage range Power consumption
Item Input current Model CQM1-SFmA max. CS1W-SF200
Model Item Rated load Rated carry current Load CQM1-SF200, CS1W-SF200 Resistive load 250 VAC, 5 A 30 VDC, 5 A 5A Inductive load 15 VAC: 240 VAC, 2 A (cos=0.3) 13 VDC: 24 VDC, 1 A (L/R=48 ms) 5A
Ratings (General-purpose Input Block)
Item Model CQM1-SFVDC 85% to 110% of rated power supply voltage 4.0 k 6 mA (typical) at 24 VDC 3.3 k 7 mA (typical) at 24 VDC CS1W-SF200 Power supply voltage Operating voltage range Input impedance Input current Must-operate voltage/current Reset voltage/ current ON/OFF response time Number of circuits Simultaneous ON points Internal current consumption 50 mA max.
14.4 VDC min./3 mA min. 5 VDC max./1 mA max. 8 ms max. (Settable in the range 1 to 128 ms in the PLC Setup.) 8 ms max. (Settable in the range 0 to 32 ms in the PLC Setup.)
4 inputs, 1 common All points 100 mA max.
Item Contact resistance *1 Operating time *2 Response time *3 Insulation resistance *4 Model CQM1-SFm max. 300 ms max. 10 ms max. Between safety circuits and safety output: 20 M min. (at 500 VDC) Between general-purpose inputs and safety output: 20 M min. (at 500 VDC) Between different poles of safety output: 20 M min. (at 500 VDC) Between safety circuits and general-purpose inputs: 20 M min. (at 500 VDC) Between safety circuits and safety output: 2,500 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min Between general-purpose inputs and safety output: 2,500 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min Between different poles of safety output: 2,500 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min Between safety circuits and general-purpose inputs: 500 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min 10 to 57 Hz at 0.075-mm single amplitude, 57 to 150 Hz at 9.8 m/s2 for 80 minutes each in X, Y, and Z directions (sweep time 8 minutes 10 = 80 minutes) Conforms to JIS C0040. 147 m/s2, 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions, Conforms to JIS C0041. Mechanical Electrical 10 to 57 Hz at 0.075-mm single amplitude, 57 to 150 Hz at 9.8 m/s2 for 80 minutes each in X, Y, and Z directions (sweep time 8 minutes 10 = 80 minutes) (when mounted on DIN track: 2 to 55 Hz, 2.94 m/s2 for 20 minutes each in X, Y, and Z directions) Conforms to JIS C0040. 147 m/s2, 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions, Conforms to JIS C0041. CS1W-SF200
Dielectric strength *4
Vibration resistance *4
Shock resistance *4 Durability Failure rate (P level) (reference value) Ambient operating temperature *4 Ambient operating humidity *4 Ambient operating environment *4 Ambient storage temperature *4 Structure Weight
5,000,000 operations min. (at approx. 7,200 operations/h) 100,000 operations min. (at approx. 1,800 operations/h) 5 VDC, 1 mA 0 to 55C 10% to 90% (with no condensation) No corrosive gases 20 to 75C Built into panel Approx. 260 g Approx. 300 g
*1. The contact resistance was measured with 1 A at 5 VDC using the voltage-drop method. *2. Not including bounce time. *3. The response time is the time it takes for the main contact to turn OFF after the input is turned OFF. Includes bounce time. *4. Measured with the Unit mounted to the PLC.
NC A1 A2 T11 T12
*1 K1 K2 K3
K1 K3 K1 PWR
K2 K1 K2
K3 K2 K1 K2 K3
4.0 k (3.3 k) *2
General-purpose input block
0.01 F *2 (0.01 F)
820 *2 (470)
*1. The NC terminals are incorporated in the CS1W-SF200 only. *2. Values in parentheses are for the CS1W-SF200.
Safety circuit block
Indicator Color Green RDY (CQM1-SF200 only) Indicator status Lit Operating status Normal Meaning The Unit is recognized by the CQM1H or CQM1 PLC after power is turned ON. Power has not been supplied to the CQM1 PLC. The Unit is waiting for initialization. The Unit is being reset. Power is supplied to the safety block. Power is not supplied to the safety block. The K1 and K2 relays are ON. The K1 and K2 relays are OFF. General-purpose inputs are ON. General-purpose inputs are OFF.
Not lit Lit Not lit Lit Not lit Lit Not lit
No power supply The safety block is turned ON. The safety block is not turned ON. The K1 and K2 relays are ON. The K1 and K2 relays are OFF. Input signals are ON. Input signals are OFF.
PWR K1 and K2 4, 5, 6, 7
Green Orange Orange
DC24V 6mA SF200
Y1 B1 X1 T22 T21
Two Channels of Emergency Stop Switch Input/Manual Reset (Common to CQM1-SF200 and CS1W-SF200)
A1 A2 T11 T12
K2 K1 K3
Emergency stop switch S1 Reset switch S2 K3 (NC) K3 (NO) K1 and K2 (NC) K1 and K2 (NO) KM1 and KM2 (NC) KM1 and KM2 (NO) PLC input PLC output KM3
S1: S2: KM1 and KM2: KM3: M:
Emergency stop switch Reset switch (momentary operation switch) Magnetic Contactor G3J Solid-state Contactor 3-phase motor
Note: This circuit conforms to category 4.
Two Channels of Limit Switch Input/Manual Reset (Common to CQM1-SF200 and CS1W-SF200)
A1 A2 T11
Limit switches S1 and S2 Reset switch S3 K3 (NC) K3 (NO) K1 and K2 (NC) K1 and K2 (NO) KM1 and KM2 (NC) KM1 and KM2 (NO)
Limit switch (NO) Safety Limit switch with direct opening mechanism (NC) (D4B-N, D4N, D4F) S3: Reset switch (momentary operation switch) KM1 and KM2: Magnetic Contactor KM3: G3J Solid-state Contactor M3: 3-phase motor Note: This circuit conforms to category 4.
PLC input PLC output KM3
Two Channels of Limit Switch Input with Auto-reset (Common to CQM1-SF200 and CS1W-SF200)
K2 K1 K3 K2
T21 T22 KM1 Y1 KM2
Limit switches S1 and S2 (NC) Limit switches S1 and S2 (NO) K3 (NC) K3 (NO) K1 and K2 (NC) K1 and K2 (NO) KM1 and KM2 (NC) KM1 and KM2 (NO) PLC input PLC output KM3
Limit switch (NO) Safety Limit switch with direct opening mechanism (D4B-N, D4N, D4F) KM1 and KM2: Magnetic Contactor KM3: G3J Solid-state Contactor M3: 3-phase motor Note: This circuit conforms to category 4.
Refer to the Precautions for All Relays and Precautions for All Relays with Forcibly Guided Contacts. Refer to the CQM1H Catalog (Cat. No. P050) and the CS1-series PLC Catalog (Cat. No. P047) for common performance specifications and precautions.
Turn OFF the CQM1-SF200 or CS1W-SF2000 before wiring the Unit. Do not touch the terminals of the Unit while the power is turned ON, because the terminals are charged and may cause an electric shock.
Addresses are allocated to Basic I/O Units according to the order in which they are mounted on the CPU Block. Addresses (bits) are allocated in word (16-bit) units starting from the left (the position farthest from the CPU Unit) beginning with word 0000. Note: The 1 to 16-point Units are allocated 16 bits and 17 to 32-point Units are allocated 32 bits. For example, 8-point DC Input Units are allocated bits 00 to 15. CS1W-SF200 is allocated 16 points.
Number of slots: 2, 3, 5, 8, or 10
Precautions for Correct Use Wiring
Use the following to wire the Unit. Stranded wire: 0.75 to 1.5 mm2 Solid wire: 1.0 to 1.5 mm2 Tighten each screw to a torque of 0.78 to 1.18 Nm, or the Unit may malfunction or generate heat. External inputs connected to T11 and T12, or T21 and T22 of the Relay unit must be no-voltage contact inputs.
0000 CH CPU Unit Power Supply Unit
Durability of Contact Outputs
Relay with Forcibly Guided Contact durability depends greatly on the switching condition. Confirm the actual conditions of operation in which the Relay will be used in order to make sure the permissible number of switching operations. When the accumulated number of operation exceeds its permissible range, it can cause failure of reset of safety control circuit. In such case, please replace the Relay immediately. If the Relay is used continuously without replacing, then it can lead to loss of safety function.
8 Safety 8 input Relay input output output points Unit points points points CPU Unit 0002 to to 0008 Power Supply Unit
Slot 1 Slot 0 8-point DC Input Unit Safety Relay Unit
Addresses are allocated to Basic I/O Units according to the order in which they are mounted in the CPU Block. Addresses (bits) are allocated in word (16-bit) units starting from the left (the position nearest to the CPU Unit) beginning with word 0000. Note: The 1 to 16-point Units are allocated 16 bits and 17 to 32-point Units are allocated 32 bits. For example, 8-point DC Input Units are allocated bits 00 to 07. CQM1-SF200 is allocated 16 points.
Safety circuit output status monitor Safety circuit power supply status monitor K1 relay operating status monitor K2 relay operating status monitor General-purpose input General-purpose input General-purpose input General-purpose input
Applicable Safety Category (EN954-1)
CQM1-SF200, CS1W-SF200 meet the requirements of Safety Category 4 of the EN954-1 standards when it is used as shown in the examples provided by OMRON. The Relays may not meet the standards in some operating conditions. The applicable safety category is determined from the whole safety control system. Make sure that the whole safety control system meets EN954-1 requirements.
Supply CPU Unit
The CQM1-SF200 and CS1W-SF200 conform to the following standards. EN standards, certified by TV Product Service EN954-1 EN60204-1 Conformance to EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility), certified by TV Product Service: EMI (Emission): EN55011 Group 1 Class A EMS (Immunity): EN61000-6-2 UL standards: UL508 (Industrial Control Equipment) CSA standards: CSA C22.2 No. 14 (Industrial Control Equipment)
Power Supply Unit
32 Safety 8 input Relay input output output points Unit points points points 0002 to 0101 to 0102
Address (bit) 000006 000007
Address (bit) 000100 Safety circuit output status monitor 000101 Safety circuit power supply status monitor 000102 K1 relay operating status monitor 000103 K2 relay operating status monitor 000104 General-purpose input 000105 General-purpose input 000106 General-purpose input 000107 General-purpose input
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OMRON shall not be responsible for the user's programming of a programmable product, or any consequence thereof.
CHANGE IN SPECIFICATIONS
Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on improvements and other reasons. It is our practice to change model numbers when published ratings or features are changed, or when significant construction changes are made. However, some specifications of the products may be changed without any notice. When in doubt, special model numbers may be assigned to fix or establish key specifications for your application on your request. Please consult with your OMRON representative at any time to confirm actual specifications of purchased products.
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
Dimensions and weights are nominal and are not to be used for manufacturing purposes, even when tolerances are shown.
Performance data given in this catalog is provided as a guide for the user in determining suitability and does not constitute a warranty. It may represent the result of OMRONs test conditions, and the users must correlate it to actual application requirements. Actual performance is subject to the OMRON Warranty and Limitations of Liability.
ERRORS AND OMISSIONS
The information in this document has been carefully checked and is believed to be accurate; however, no responsibility is assumed for clerical, typographical, or proofreading errors, or omissions.
2008.11 In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
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