Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Units for General-purpose Devices XW2R CSM_XW2R_DS_E_2_1 Many Variations in Connectors and Number of Poles • Models available with Phillips screw, slotted screw, push-in, or e-CON connections. • The terminal arrangement enables smoother wiring work. • Push-in terminals simplify wiring and make the Terminal Blocks even easier to use. (In comparison to the OMRON XW2F.) • Mounting to DIN Track is possible. Model List With power supply terminals X W 2R - Wiring method N I/O Points e-CON G D - COM Mounted Connector type G 08 MIL (XG4A) Mounting method D Power supply terminals DIN Track mounting COM Provided Without power supply terminals X W 2R - Wiring method D - T Number of poles Phillips screw 20 E Slotted screw (rise up) P Push-in spring J Plug/Socket Mounted Connector type G MIL (XG4A) 34 F FCN 40 D D-sub ∗ 50 R MR ∗ 60 M MDR ∗ Blank Plug (male) R Mounting method D DIN Track mounting Socket (female) ∗ ∗ Consult your OMRON representative for these models. Options (Order Separately) Models that are mounted with screws are also available. Refer to the XW2R-series Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Units Catalog (Cat. No. G077) for details. Connecting Cables for Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Units Refer to the XW2Z datasheet. 1 XW2R With power supply terminals e-CON Type Ordering Information Appearance I/O Points I/O Model 8 Points Input XW2R-N08GD-COM Mounted Connector model XG4A-1431 (MIL Connector) XN2D-4471 (e-CON Connector) Ratings and Specifications XG4M-1430-T (MIL Connector) XN2A-1470 (e-CON Connector) Wiring Diagram Rated current Power supply terminal block: 2 A, Connectors/e-CON Connectors: 1 A (However, rated current of e-CON Connector depends on the wires that are used.) Rated voltage 24VDC Insuration resistance 100MΩ min. (at 500VDC) Dielectric strength 500VAC for 1 min (leakage current: 1 mA max.) Ambient operating temperature 0 to 55°C MIL Connector External power supply AWG 24 to 14 (ferrules), Applicable AWG 28 to 14 (stranded wires), Applicable wire sizes∗ AWG 28 to 16 (solid wires) (Outer diameter of insulation must be 4 mm max) wires Stripped length Cable Connector model e-CON AWG28-16: 8 to 10 mm AWG14: 9 to 10 mm * This is the applicable range for the power supply terminal block. For the applicable wire sizes for I/O Connectors (e-CON), refer to page 3. Dimensions (Unit: mm) Power supply terminal block MIL Plug: XG4A-1431 64.4 50 (44.8) 19.7 e-CON Sockets: XN2D-4471 x 2 sockets (30.8) (33.1) 2 XW2R Input Device Connectors: XN2 e-CON Connectors For Sensor Appearance Relay Connector Number of poles Model 4 XN2A-1470 Appearance Number of poles Model 4 XN2B-1470 Ratings and Specifications Rated current 3 A/pin (with AWG20 wires), 2 A/pin (with AWG22 wires), 1 A/pin (with AWG24 wires), 0.5 A/pin (with AWG26 or AWG28 wires) Rated voltage 32 VDC Contact resistance 30 mΩ max. (at 20 mV, 100 mA max.) Insuration resistance 103 MΩ min. (at 500VDC) Dielectric strength 1,000 VAC for 60 sec (leakage current: 1 mA max.) Insertion durability 50 times Ambient operating temperature -30 to 75°C ∗ Applicable wires Stranded wire 0.08mm2 (AWG28) to 0.5mm2 (AWG20) (Outer diameter of insulation must be 1.5 mm max) * The operating temperature range is restricted by the maximum operating temperature of the cable. Wiring Procedure Wire Preparation 3. Insert a flat-blade screwdriver into the release hole and gently reset the lever. You should hear the operation lever reset. Use the strip gauge on the front panel and strip 7 to 8 mm of the insulation. If you use stranded wires, twist them several times. Operation lever (white) Release hole 7 to 8 mm Connection Procedure 1. Press a flat-blade screwdriver into the operation hole until the operation lever locks into place. Flat-blade screwdriver Operation hole 2. Insert the wire all the way into the wire insertion hole. Confirm that the insulation on the wire also enters the wire insertion hole and that the end of the wire has passed through the connection section. Connection section Wire insulation 4. Finally, check the following items. • Make sure the operation lever has been reset. • Check the items given in step 2 again. (Pull lightly on the wire to see if it is held firmly in place.) Wire insertion hole Disconnection Procedure 1. Press in the operation level, confirm that the operation lever is locked into place, and then pull out the wire. 2. After you remove the wire, always reset the operation lever. However, if you are going to connect another wire to the same terminal, you do not need to reset the operation lever and can immediately connect the other wire. Operation lever (white) 3 XW2R Without power supply terminals Çl Phillips screw Ordering Information Appearance∗ Mounted Connector model MIL Connector FCN Connector Number of poles Model XG4A-2031 20 XW2R-J20GD-T Dimension A (mm) 81.7 XG4A-3431 34 XW2R-J34GD-T 130.7 XG4A-4031 40 XW2R-J40GD-T 151.7 XG4A-5031 50 XW2R-J50GD-T 186.7 XG4A-6031 60 XW2R-J60GD-T 221.7 FCN-364P040-AU 40 XW2R-J40FD-T 151.7 * The mounted Connector shown in the appearance illustration is a MIL Connector. Ratings and Specifications Rated current 1A Rated voltage 125 VAC, 24 VDC Insuration resistance 100MΩ min.(at 500VDC) Dielectric strength 500VAC for 1 min (leakage current: 1 mA max.) Ambient operating temperature 0 to 55°C Details on Crimp Terminals Wiring Terminal Blocks • Using Crimp Terminals (With a Terminal Block with M3 Screws) Terminal Screw Tightening Torque • Use a tightening torque of 0.5 N·m when connecting wires or crimp terminals to the terminal block. Applicable crimp terminals AWG 22 to 16 (round or forked crimp Applicable wire terminals) Applic sizes AWG 26 to 16 (stranded or solid wires) able wires Stripped length 9 mm Tightening Round crimp terminals 3.2 mm dia. 5.8 mm max. Forked crimp terminals 3.2 mm 5.8 mm max. Applicable wires Round crimp terminals 1.25-3 AWG 22 to 16 (0.30 to 1.25 mm2) Forked crimp terminals 1.25Y-3 AWG 22 to 16 (0.30 to 1.25 mm2) 0.5 N·m Dimensions (Unit: mm) Drawing is MIL Plug: [email protected]@31 Wiring Diagram Mounted Connector model: MIL Connector A (44.81) 50 Connector Terminal Block M3 3.5 7 (Pitch) The label contents depend on the number of poles. 5.8 19.7 Mounted Connector model: FCN Connector (48.05) ① ② ⑲ ⑳ ① ② ⑲ ⑳ Connector ① ② ① ② ⑲ ⑳ ⑲ ⑳ Terminal Block Label Contents Note: The label contents for a Terminal Block with 34 poles are shown. 4 XW2R Without power supply terminals Slotted screw (rise up) Ordering Information Appearance∗ Mounted Connector model MIL Connector FCN Connector Number of poles Model Dimension A (mm) XG4A-2031 20 XW2R-E20GD-T XG4A-3431 34 XW2R-E34GD-T 64.4 98.5 XG4A-4031 40 XW2R-E40GD-T 113.5 XG4A-5031 50 XW2R-E50GD-T 138.5 XG4A-6031 60 XW2R-E60GD-T 163.5 FCN-364P040-AU 40 XW2R-E40FD-T 113.5 * The mounted Connector shown in the appearance illustration is a MIL Connector. Ratings and Specifications Rated current 1A Rated voltage 125 VAC, 24 VDC Insuration resistance 100MΩ min. (at 500VDC) Dielectric strength 500VAC for 1 min (leakage current: 1 mA max.) Applicable crimp terminals Applicable wires TC-05 Dia. = 1 AWG22 to AWG18 (0.30 to 0.75 mm2) TC-1.25S Dia. = 1.5 AWG22 to AWG16 (0.30 to 1.25 mm2) BT1.25-9-1 BT1.25-10-1 W = 2.2 AWG22 to AWG16 (0.30 to 1.25 mm2) Rod Blade Ambient operating temperature Appli cable wires Details on Crimp Terminals 0 to 55°C Round rod Dia. 8-10 mm Blade t = 0.75 8-10 mm W Note: Round rod and blade crimp terminals are made by Nichifu. Applicable wire sizes AWG 22 to 16 (ferrules) AWG 26 to 16 (stranded or solid wires) Stripped length 7 mm Tightening 0.5 to 0.6 N·m Dimensions (Unit: mm) Mounted Connector model：MIL Connector Drawing is MIL Plug: [email protected]@31 A Wiring Diagram (44.81) 50 Connector Terminal Block The label contents depend on the number of poles. 19.7 2.5 5 (Pitch) (43) Mounted Connector model：FCN Connector ① ② ⑲ ⑳ ① ② ⑲ ⑳ ① ② ① ② Connector ⑲ ⑳ ⑲ ⑳ Terminal Block Label Contents Note: The label contents for a Terminal Block with 34 poles are shown. 5 XW2R Without power supply terminals Push-in spring Ordering Information Appearance∗ Mounted Connector model MIL Connector FCN Connector Number of poles Model Dimension A (mm) 64.4 XG4A-2031 20 XW2R-P20GD-T XG4A-3431 34 XW2R-P34GD-T 98.5 XG4A-4031 40 XW2R-P40GD-T 113.5 XG4A-5031 50 XW2R-P50GD-T 138.5 XG4A-6031 60 XW2R-P60GD-T 163.5 FCN-364P040-AU 40 XW2R-P40FD-T 113.5 * The mounted Connector shown in the appearance illustration is a MIL Connector. Ratings and Specifications 1A Rated voltage 125 VAC, 24 VDC Insuration resistance 100MΩ min. (at 500VDC) Dielectric strength 500VAC for 1 min (leakage current: 1 mA max.) Ambient operating temperature 0 to 55°C Applicable wires Details on Crimp Terminals Square ferrules Applicable Ferrules Rated current B • Use ferrules of the lengths and thicknesses specified below.If other lengths or thicknesses are used, connection maynot be possible or it may not be possible to insert or remove the posts. 8-10 mm A Round ferrules Dia. C 8-10 mm • Ferrule Dimensions Applicable wire sizes AWG 24 to 14 (ferrules) AWG 28 to 14 (stranded or solid) (Outer diameter of insulation must be 4 mm max) Stripped length AWG28-16: 8 to 10 mm AWG14: 9 to 10 mm Square ferrules Round ferrules Dimension A (Width) 2.7 mm max. Dimension B (Height) 2 mm max. Dimension C (Diameter) 2 mm dia. max. (after crimping) The cross-sectional area after crimping must be 4.8 mm2 or less Refer to page 7 for information on Square/Round ferrule and use tool. Dimensions (Unit: mm) Drawing is MIL Plug: [email protected]@31 Wiring Diagram Mounted Connector model: MIL Connector A (44.81) 50 Connector Terminal Block 19.7 5 (Pitch) The label contents depend on the number of poles. Mounted Connector model: FCN Connector (33.1) ① ② ⑲ ⑳ ① ② ⑲ ⑳ ① ② ⑲ ⑳ ① ② ⑲ ⑳ Connector Terminal Block Label Contents Note: The label contents for a Terminal Block with 34 poles are shown. 6 XW2R Safety Precautions Precautions for Correct Use Wiring Precautions • Do not perform wiring work, remove connectors, or connect connectors while power is being supplied. Electric shock or damage to the device may result. • Double-check all wiring before turning ON the power supply. • After wiring, route the cable so that force is not applied directly to the connections. Wires for Terminal Blocks • Do not damage the cores when stripping the insulation from them. • Always twist stranded wires together before connecting them. • Do not presolder wires. It may not be possible to connect them or remove them. [email protected]@ type (Square/Round ferrule) Type of terminal Manufacturer Size AWG24 [email protected]@ AWG22 AI0.34-8TQ AWG20 AI0.5-10WH AI0.5-8WH AWG18 AI0.75-10GY AI0.75-8GY AWG16 AI1.5-10BK AWG14 AI2.5-8BU AWG24 H0.25/12 AWG22 H0.34/12 AWG20 H0.5/14 AWG18 H0.75/14 AWG16 H1.5/14 AWG14 H2.5/15D AWG22AWG16 TGV TC-1.25-9T Phoenix Contact Square ferrule Weidmuller Round ferrule Nichifu Recommend ferrule Recommend crimp tool CRIMFOX6 PZ6 roto NH11 NH32 NH65 Note: @@ of ferrule model is for color (Ex: YE = Yellow) When an electric wire is connected directly (J,E,P type) a Model Strip length “a” [email protected]@ 9 mm [email protected]@ 7 mm [email protected]@ AWG28-16: 8 to 10 mm AWG14: 9 to 10 mm Mounting Units to and Removing Units from DIN Track Mounting Procedure Removal Procedure 2 Press. 1 Hook. 1. Hook the Unit on the DIN Track. 2. Press the Unit onto the DIN Track to secure it. 1. Insert a flat-blade screwdriver into the DIN Track lock. 2. Move the screwdriver like a lever to free the lock. 7 XW2R Connecting Spring cramp Terminals Using Ferrules How to insert wire How to release wire Release hole Terminal holes The wire should be pushed into the terminal block till stopping. Insert the screwdriver into the release hole and pull out the ferrule. Using Stripped Wires Inserting and Removing Wires Insert the screwdriver into the release hole, and the wire should be inserted into the wire insertion hole, and then pull out the screwdriver. Inserting Wires Removing Wires 1. Press the a flat-blade screwdriver diagonally into the release hole. Press at an angle of 10° to 15°. If you press in the screwdriver correctly, you will feel the spring in the release hole. 1. Press the flat-blade screwdriver diagonally into the release hole. Press at an angle of 10° to 15°. If you press in the screwdriver correctly, you will feel the spring in the release hole. Flat-blade screwdriver Release hole 1 Flat-blade screwdriver 1 10 to 15˚ 2. Leave the flat-blade screwdriver pressed into the release hole and insert the stranded wire or the solid wire into the terminal hole. Insert the stranded wire or the solid wire until the stripped portion is no longer visible to prevent shorting. 10 to 15˚ 2. Leave the flat-blade screwdriver pressed into the release hole and pull out the wire. 2 2 Wire Stranded wire/Solid wire 3. Remove the flat-blade screwdriver from the release hole. 3. Remove the flat-blade screwdriver from the release hole. 3 3 8 XW2R Precautions for Safe Use • Do not press the flat-blade screwdriver straight into the release hole. Doing so may break the terminal block. • When you insert a flat-blade screwdriver into a release hole, press it down with a force of 30 N max. Applying excessive force may damage the terminal block. • Do not tilt or twist the flat-blade screwdriver while it is pressed into the release hole. Doing so may break the terminal block. • Make sure that all wiring is correct. • Do not bend the cable forcibly. Doing so may sever the cable. Use tool • Select a use tool from following table. Model Use tool Specialized tool and dimension [email protected]@ Phillips screwdriver JIS#2 Flat-blade screwdriver Model XW4Z-00B Head of screwdriver Is 0.4 x 2.5mm max. [email protected]@ [email protected]@ Flat-blade screwdriver Model XW4Z-00B Bending Radius of Connecting Cables • To prevent damaging the Connecting Cables, use the following minimum bending radii as guidelines. X W 2Z - @ @ @ @ @ End of model number Minimum bending radius BF-L, EE-L, FF-L 66 mm A 67.2 mm EE 83 mm B, D, K, L, N 88 mm For checking electrical continuity • [email protected]@ type: There is no elecrical continuity in the screw, Please confirm it at hole for confirming continuity or wiring part. 9 Terms and Conditions Agreement Read and understand this catalog. 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