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CS Series Analog I/O Unit
CS1W-AD/DA/MAD
CSM_CS1W-AD_DA_MAD_DS_E_3_2
For Various Analog I/Os
• Analog Input Units for converting analog input
signals into binary data
• Analog Output Units for converting binary data
into analog output signals
CS1W-MAD44
CS1W-DA08V
CS1W-AD081-V1
Features
Analog Input Unit:
• Holds a maximum of 16 analog input signals in 1 unit.
• Reduces wiring using MIL connector (CS1W-AD161)
• Connector-Terminal Block Conversion Unit and Connecting Cable available for CS1W-AD161
• With functions including line disconnection detection, peak value holding, as well as mean value processing
• Scaling function (CS1W-AD161 only)
Analog Output Unit:
• Outputs a maximum of 8 analog output signals in 1 unit.
• Output hold function
Analog I/O Unit:
• Has both analog input and output signals
• Ratio conversion function stores the results of positive and negative gradient analog inputs calculated for ratio and bias as analog output values
• Hold a maximum of 4 analog input signals and outputs 4 analog output signals in 1 unit
Analog Input functions - Peak value holding, mean value processing and line disconnection detection
Analog Output functions - Output hold function
System Configuration
CS-series PLCs
Analog Output
Unit
Analog Input Unit
CPU Unit
DA08V
AD081
V
V
V
V4
V
6
6
5
5
V6
V6
V
V3
V3
V5
V5
V7
V8
8
8
Temperature
Pressure
Speed
Flow rate
7
V8
V7
7
Sensor
Regulator
(Temperature control)
Preamp
Servocontroller
Voltage
Current
Power
Power factor
Transducer
Variable speed
controller
Chart
recorder
(Position control)
(Speed control)
Sensor
Note: The above diagram is an installation example for the CS1W-AD081-V1 Analog Input Unit and CS1W-DA08V Analog Output Unit.
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Ordering Information
Analog Input Units
Specifications
Unit type
Product
name
I/O
points
Signal
range
selection
4
inputs
Analog Input
Units
CS-series
Special
I/O Units
8
inputs
Set
separately
for each
input
16
inputs
CS1W-AD161
ConnectorTerminal
block
conversion
Units
Model
Signal
range
Resolution
Conversion
speed
External
connection
1 to 5 V,
0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V,
−10 V to
10 V,
4 to 20 mA
1/8,000
(Settable
to 1/4,000)
250 s/point
max.
(Settable
to 1 ms/
point)
Removable
terminal
block
CS1W-AD041-V1
1 to 5 V,
0 to 5 V,
1/8,000
0 to 10 V,
(Settable
−10 V to
to 1/4,000)
10 V,
4 to 20 mA
250 s/point
max.
(Settable
to 1 ms/
point)
Removable
terminal
block
CS1W-AD081-V1
MIL
connector
CS1W-AD161
Current
consumption
No. of
(A)
Unit
numbers
allocated 5V
26V
1
0.12
Standards
0.09
UC1,
N, CE
0.12
0.09
0.15
0.06
2
UC1,
CE
Slim-type terminal block 34 terminal, dimensions: 128 × 40 × 39 mm
XW2D-34G6
−
−
Connecting cable
Length: 2 m
XW2Z-200C
−
−
Analog Output Units
Specifications
Unit type
Product
name
I/O
points
Signal
range
selection
4
outputs
CS1
Special
analog I/O
Units
Analog
Output
Units
8
outputs
Set
separately
for each
input
8
outputs
Signal
range
Resolution
1 to 5 V,
0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V,
1/4,000
−10 V to
10 V,
4 to 20 mA
1 to 5 V,
0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V,
−10 V to
10 V
Conversion
speed
External
connection
1 ms/point
Model
No. of
Unit
numbers
allocated
CS1W-DA041
Removable
terminal
block
Current
consumption
(A)
5V
26V
0.13
0.18
Standards
UC1,
N, CE
1
1/4,000
1 ms/point
CS1W-DA08V
0.13
0.18
4 to 20 mA 1/4,000
1 ms/point
CS1W-DA08C
0.13
0.25
Analog I/O Units
Specifications
Unit type
CS1
Special
analog I/O
Units
Product
name
I/O
points
4
inputs
Analog
I/O
Units
4
outputs
Signal
range
selection
Set
separately
for each
input
Signal
range
Resolution
Conversion
speed
1 to 5 V,
0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V,
1/4,000
−10 V to
10 V,
4 to 20 mA
1 ms/point
1 to 5 V,
0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V,
−10 V to
10 V
1 ms/point
1/4,000
External
connection
Removable
terminal
block
Model
CS1W-MAD44
No. of
Unit
numbers
allocated
Current
consumption
(A)
5V
26V
1
0.20
0.20
Standards
UC1,
N, L,
CE
International Standards
• The standards indicated in the "Standards" column are those current for UL, CSA, cULus, cUL, NK, and Lloyd standards and EC Directives as
of the end of September 2008. The standards are abbreviated as follows: U: UL, U1: UL Class I Division 2 Products for Hazardous Locations,
C: CSA, UC: cULus, UC1: cULus Class I Division 2 Products for Hazardous Locations, CU: cUL, N: NK, L: Lloyd, and CE: EC Directives.
• Ask your OMRON representatives for the conditions under which the standards were met.
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Individual Specifications
Analog Input Units CS1W-AD041-V1/AD081-V1/AD161
Specifications
Item
CS1W-AD041-V1
CS1W-AD081-V1
CS1W-AD161
Applicable PLC model
CS series
Unit type
CS1 Special I/O Unit
Isolation *1
Between I/O and PLC signals: Photocoupler
(No isolation between individual I/O signals.)
External terminals
21-point detachable terminal block (M3 screws)
Affect on CPU Unit cycle time
0.2 ms
Power consumption
120 mA max. at 5 VDC, 90 mA max. at 26 VDC
150 mA max. at 5 VDC,
55 mA max. at 26 VDC
Dimensions (mm) *2
35 × 130 × 126 (W × H × D)
35 × 130 × 119 (W × H × D)
Weight
450 g max.
General specifications
Conforms to general specifications for SYSMAC CS Series.
Mounting position
CS-series CPU Rack or CS-series Expansion Rack
(Cannot be mounted to a C200H Expansion I/O Rack or a SYSMAC BUS Slave Rack.)
Maximum number of Units
Depends on the power supply Unit. *3
Special I/O Unit Area in CIO Area (CIO 2000 to CIO 2959): 10 words per Unit
Special I/O Unit Area in DM Area (D20000 to D29599): 100 words per Unit
Special I/O Unit Area in CIO Area
(CIO 2000 to CIO 2959): 20 words per
Unit
Special I/O Unit Area in DM Area
(D20000 to D29599): 200 words per
Unit
Number of analog inputs
4
16
Input signal range *5
1 to 5 V
0 to 5 V
0 to 10 V
−10 to 10 V
4 to 20 mA
*6
Maximum rated input
(for 1 point) *7
Voltage Input: ±15 V
Current Input: ±30 mA
Input impedance
Voltage Input: 1 MΩ min.
Current Input: 250 Ω (rated value)
Resolution
4,000/8,000 *8
Data exchange with CPU Units *4
Converted output data
Input
specifications
Two 34-pin MIL connectors
8
16-bit binary data
23±2°C
Voltage Input: ±0.2% of full scale
Current Input: ±0.4% of full scale
Voltage Input: ±0.2% of full scale
Current Input: ±0.2% of full scale
0°C to 55°C
Voltage Input: ±0.4% of full scale
Current Input: ±0.6% of full scale
Voltage Input: ±0.4% of full scale
Current Input: ±0.4% of full scale
Accuracy *9
A/D conversion time *10
1.0 ms or 250 μs per point max. *8
Mean value processing
Stores the last "n" data conversions in the buffer, and stores the mean value of the conversion values.
Buffer number: n = 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64
Peak value holding
Stores the maximum conversion value while the Peak Value Hold Bit is ON.
Input disconnection
detection
Detects the disconnection and turns ON the Disconnection Detection Flag. *11
Scaling function
None
Enabled only for conversion time of
1 ms and resolution of 4,000. Setting
any values within a range of ±32,000
as the upper and lower limits allows the
A/D conversion result to be output with
these values as full scale.
None
*1. Do not apply a voltage higher than 600 V to the terminal block when performing withstand voltage test on this Unit. Otherwise, internal
elements may deteriorate.
*2. Refer to Dimensions on page 20 for details on the Unit's dimensions.
*3. The maximum number of Analog Input Units that can be mounted to one Rack depends on the Power Supply Unit mounted to the Rack.
Power Supply Unit
C200HW-PA204
C200HW-PA204S
C200HW-PA204R
C200HW-PA204C
C200HW-PD024
(4.6 A at 5 VDC)
CS1W-AD041-V1
CS1W-AD081-V1
(5 VDC 120 mA)
CS1W-DA041
CS1W-DA08V
(5 VDC 130 mA)
CS1W-MAD44
(5 VDC 200 mA)
CS1W-DA08C
(5 VDC 130 mA)
CS1W-AD161
(5 VDC 150 mA)
CPU Rack
6
3
3
2
8
Expansion Rack
6
3
3
2
9
Rack
C200HW-PA209R
(9 A at 5 VDC)
CPU Rack
10
7
6
5
10
Expansion Rack
10
7
6
5
10
CS1D-PA207R
(7 A at 5 VDC)
CPU Rack
8
5
4
4
8
Expansion Rack
9
6
5
4
9
CS1D-PD024
(4.3 A at 5 VDC)
CPU Rack
6
3
2
2
7
Expansion Rack
6
3
2
2
8
The above limits may be reduced depending on the power consumed by other Units on the same Rack.
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*4. Data Exchange with the CPU Unit
Area
Number of words
Data transfer timing
Special I/O Unit Area in CIO • CS1W-AD041-V1/081-V1: 10
Area
words per Unit
(CIO 2000 to CIO 2959,
• CS1W-AD161: 20 words per
CIO 2000.00 to CIO 2959.15)
Unit
Special I/O Unit Area in DM
Area
(D20000 to D26959)
Transfer direction
Data contents
CPU Unit to Analog Input Unit Peak hold indicators
Constantly
• CS1W-AD041-V1/081-V1: 100
words per Unit
• CS1W-AD161: 200 words per
Unit
When power is turned
ON or Unit is restarted
Analog Input Unit to CPU Unit
Analog input values
Line disconnection detection
Alarm flags
Etc.
Input signal conversion ON/OFF
Signal range specifications
Averaging specifications
CPU Unit to Analog Input Unit
Resolution/conversion time setting
Operation mode setting
Scaling setting (CS1W-AD161 only)
The resolution/conversion time setting and operation mode setting are supported only by version-1 Analog Input Units.
*5. Input signal ranges can be set for each input.
*6. Voltage input or current input is selected for the CS1W-AD041-V1 and CS1W-AD081-V1 by using the voltage/current switch at the back of
the terminal block. Voltage input or current input is selected for the CS1W-AD161 by wiring the connector terminals. Voltage/current selection
for input ranges 1 to 5 V or 4 to 20 mA can be set in DM word m+52.
*7. Use the analog input voltage/current value within the specified input signal range. Exceeding the specified range may result in malfunction.
*8. With Analog Input Units, the resolution can be changed from 4,000 to 8,000 and the conversion time changed from 1 ms to 250 μs in DM word
m+18 for CS1W-AD041-V1 and CS1W-AD081-V1 or in DM word m+19 for CS1W-AD161.
*9. The following are adjusted at the factory.
CS1W-AD041-V1/081-V1: Voltage inputs
CS1W-AD161: Voltage inputs and current inputs
Calibration conditions: Recommended Terminal Block-Connector Conversion Unit used. (The factory calibration for a current
input can be made effective by setting DM word m+52.)
To use current inputs with the CS1W-AD041-V1/081-V1 or to use the CS1W-AD161 with products other than the recommended ones, adjust
the offset and gain as required.
*10.A/D conversion time is the time it takes for an analog signal to be stored in memory as converted data after it has been input. It takes at least
one cycle before the converted data is read by the CPU Unit.
*11.Input disconnection detection is valid only when the 1 to 5-V or 4 to 20-mA range is set. If there is no input signal for when the 1 to 5-V or 4
to 20-mA range is set, the Disconnection Detection Flag will turn ON.
Input Function Block Diagram
Analog Input Unit
Analog input 1
A/D
Input
disconnection
detection
Analog input 2
Same as above.
Analog input 3
Same as above.
Analog input 4
Same as above.
Analog input 5
Same as above. (See note.)
Analog input 6
Same as above. (See note.)
Analog input 7
Same as above. (See note.)
Analog input 8
Same as above. (See note.)
CPU Unit
Mean value
processing
disabled
Peak value
hold function
disabled
Mean value
processing
enabled
Peak value
hold function
enabled
I/O
refresh
Special I/O
Unit Area
Analog
input 1
conversion
value
Note: There are only four analog inputs for the CS1W-AD041-V1, and 16 analog inputs for the CS1W-AD161.
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External Interface
CS1W-AD041-V1
CS1W-AD081-V1
Front
With Terminal Block
With Terminal Block Removed
AD041
With Terminal Block
AD081
AD041
AD081
Unit number
setting switch
Unit number
setting switch
External
terminal block
mounting
screws
(black M3)
External
terminal block
mounting
screws (black M3)
Voltage/
Current
switch
6
6
8
8
External
terminal b
lock (M3)
Back
Operation mode switch
With Terminal Block Removed
5
Voltage/
Current
switch
6
5
6
7
8
7
External
terminal
block (M3)
8
5
5
7
7
Side
Terminal block
Backplane connector
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The terminal block is attached by a connector. It can be removed by loosening the two black mounting screws located at the top and bottom of the
terminal block.
Check to be sure that the black terminal block mounting screw is securely tightened to a torque of 0.5 N·m.
1
AD08
Fasten the mounting screw.
5
6
5
6
7
8
7
8
Fasten the mounting screw.
CS1W-AD161
Mode Switch
(two poles)
PC21 bus connector
Input connector 2
(Inputs 9 to 16)
Input connector 1
(Inputs 1 to 8)
Backplane mounting screw
Indicators
The indicators show the operating status of the Unit. The following table shows the meanings of the indicators.
LED
RUN (green)
ERC (red)
Meaning
Operating
Error detected by Unit
ADJ (yellow)
Adjusting
ERH (red)
Error in the CPU Unit
Indicator
Lit
Operating status
Operating in normal mode.
Not lit
Unit has stopped exchanging data with the CPU Unit.
Lit
Alarm has occurred (such as disconnection detection) or initial
settings are incorrect.
Not lit
Operating normally.
Flashing
Operating in offset/gain adjustment mode.
Not lit
Other than the above.
Lit
Error has occurred during data exchange with the CPU Unit.
Not lit
Operating normally.
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Internal Circuitry
The following diagrams show the internal circuitry of the analog input section.
Input Circuitry
CS1W-AD041-V1/AD081-V1
15 kΩ
Input (+)
250 Ω
15 kΩ
15 kΩ
15 kΩ
Input (−)
AG
(analog 0 V)
Input circuit
and
conversion
circuit
1 MΩ
Voltage/
current
input switch
1 MΩ
AG (common to all inputs)
CS1W-AD161
15 kΩ
15 kΩ
Input (+)
Input circuit
and
conversion
circuit
1 MΩ
Current mode
250 Ω
15 kΩ
15 kΩ
Input (−)
1 MΩ
AG (analog 0 V)
AG (common to all inputs)
Internal Configuration
Photocoupler insulation
Indicators/Switch
MPU
Bus
interface
RAM ROM
A/D
converter
Multiplexer
and
amplifier
Externally
connected
terminal
INPUT
EEPROM
Oscillator
Division
+15V
Regulator
+26V
Insulation-type
DC-to-DC
converter
+5V
−15V
CS-series PC
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Terminal Arrangement
The signal names corresponding to the connecting terminals are as shown in the following diagram.
CS1W-AD041-V1
CS1W-AD081-V1
A1
Input 2+
B1
Input 2−
B2
AG
B3
Input 4+
B4
Input 4−
B5
A2
A3
A4
N.C.
B6
N.C.
B7
N.C.
B8
N.C.
B9
N.C.
B10
Input 1+
N.C.
A10
A11
B2
AG
B3
Input 4+
B4
Input 4−
B5
Input 1+
A2
Input 1−
A3
AG
A4
Input 3+
A5
Input 3−
A6
Input 5+
A7
Input 5−
A8
AG
A9
Input 7+
A10
Input 7−
A11
N.C.
Input 3+
Input 3−
A9
Input 2−
A1
AG
A6
A8
B1
Input 1−
A5
A7
Input 2+
Input 6+
B6
Input 6−
B7
AG
B8
Input 8+
B9
Input 8−
B10
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
CS1W-AD161
CN2 Inputs 9 to16
CN1 Inputs 1 to 8
Input 9+
1
2
Input 10+
Input 1+
1
2
Input 2+
Current mode 9
Input 9−
3
5
4
6
Current mode 10
Input 10−
Current mode 1
Input 1−
3
5
4
6
Current mode 2
Input 2−
AG
Input 11+
7
9
8
10
AG
Input 12+
AG
Input 3+
7
9
8
10
AG
Input 4+
Current mode 11
Input 11−
11
13
Current mode 12
Input 12−
Current mode 3
Input 3−
11
13
12
14
Current mode 4
Input 4−
AG
Input 13+
15
17
12
14
16
18
AG
Input 14+
AG
Input 15+
15
17
16
18
AG
Input 6+
Current mode 13
Input 13−
19
21
20
22
Current mode 14
Input 14−
Current mode 5
Input 5−
19
21
20
22
Current mode 6
Input 6−
AG
Input 15+
Current mode 15
Input 15−
23
25
24
AG
Input 16+
Current mode 16
Input 16−
AG
Input 7+
23
25
24
26
AG
Input 8+
Current mode 7
Input 7−
27
29
28
30
Current mode 8
Input 8−
AG
NC
31
33
AG
NC
AG
NC
31
33
32
34
AG
NC
27
29
26
28
30
32
34
Note: 1. The analog input numbers that can be used are set in the Data Memory (DM).
2. The input signal ranges for each input are set in the Data Memory (DM). They can be set in units of input numbers.
3. The AG terminals (A8, B8) are connected to the 0-V analog circuit in the Unit. Connecting shielded input lines can improve noise
resistance.
4. Do not make any connections to the N.C. terminals.
og circuit in the Unit. Connecting shielded input lines can improve noise resistance.
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Analog Outputs Units CS1W-DA041/DA081/DA08C
Specifications
Item
CS1W-DA041
CS1W-DA08V
Applicable PLC model
CS series
Unit type
CS1 Special I/O Unit
Isolation *1
Between I/O and PLC signals: Photocoupler
(No isolation between individual I/O signals.)
External terminals
21-point detachable terminal block (M3 screws)
Power consumption
130 mA max. at 5 VDC,
180 mA max. at 26 VDC
130 mA max. at 5 VDC,
180 mA max. at 26 VDC
CS1W-DA08C
130 mA max. at 5 VDC,
250 mA max. at 26 VDC
Dimensions (mm) *2
35 × 130 × 126 (W × H × D)
Weight
450 g max.
General specifications
Conforms to general specifications for SYSMAC CS-series Series.
Mounting position
CS-series CPU Rack or CS-series Expansion Rack
(Cannot be mounted to a C200H Expansion I/O Rack or a SYSMAC BUS Slave Rack.)
Maximum number of Units
Depends on the Power Supply Unit. *3
Data exchange with CPU Units *4
Special I/O Unit Area
CIO 200000 to CIO 295915
(Words CIO 2000 to CIO 2959)
Internal Special I/O Unit DM Area
(D20000 to D29599)
Number of analog outputs
4
8
8
Output signal ranges *5
1 to 5 V/4 to 20 mA
0 to 5 V
0 to 10 V
−10 to 10V
1 to 5 V
0 to 5 V
0 to 10 V
−10 to 10 V
4 to 20 mA
Output impedance
0.5 Ω max. (for voltage output)
Max. output current
(for 1 point)
12 mA (for voltage output)
−
600 Ω (current output) *8
Output
Maximum permissible load
specifications resistance
600 Ω (current output) *9
Resolution
4,000 (full scale)
Set data
16-bit binary data
23±2°C:
Accuracy *6
Output
functions
Voltage output: ±0.3% of full scale
Current output: ±0.5% of full scale
0°C to 55°C: Voltage output: ±0.5% of full scale
Current output: ±0.8% of full scale
D/A conversion time *7
1.0 ms/point max.
Output hold function
Outputs the specified output status (CLR, HOLD, or MAX) under any of the following circumstances.
When the Conversion Enable Bit is OFF. *8
In adjustment mode, when a value other than the output number is output during adjustment.
When there is an output setting error or a fatal error occurs at the PLC.
When the CPU Unit is on standby.
When the Load is OFF.
*1. Do not apply a voltage higher than 600 V to the terminal block when performing withstand voltage test on this Unit.
*2. Refer to Dimensions on page 20 for details on the Unit's dimensions.
*3. Maximum Number of Units
Power Supply Unit
CS1W-DA041/08V
CS1W-DA08C
C200HW-PA204
C200HW-PA204S
C200HW-PA204R
C200HW-PD024
3 Units max.
2 Units max.
C200HW-PA209R
7 Units max.
5 Units max.
The maximum number of Units that can be mounted to one Rack varies depending on the current consumption of the other Units mounted to
the Rack and may be less than the number shown in the above table.
*4. Data Exchange with CPU Units
Special I/O Unit Area
CIO 200000 to CIO 295915
(Words CIO 2000 to CIO 2959)
Exchanges 10 words of data
per Unit.
Transmits 100 words of data
Internal Special I/O Unit DM Area
per Unit at power-up or when
(D20000 to D29599)
the Unit is restarted.
CPU Unit to Analog Output Unit
Analog output setting data
Conversion Enable Bit
Analog Output Unit to CPU Unit
Alarm flags
CPU Unit to Analog Output Unit
Output signal conversion enable/disable,
output signal range setting
Output status for output hold
*5. Output signal ranges can be set for each output.
*6. The accuracy is given for full scale. For example, an accuracy of ±0.3% means a maximum error of ±12 (BCD).
*7. D/A conversion time is the time required for converting and outputting the PLC data. It takes at least one cycle for the data stored in the PLC
to be read by the Analog Output Unit.
*8. When the operation mode for the CPU Unit is changed from RUN mode or MONITOR mode to PROGRAM mode, or when the power is turned
ON, the Output Conversion Enable Bit will turn OFF. The output status specified according to the output hold function will be output.
*9. The load resistance is adjusted to 250 Ω at the factory. Always adjust the offset gain before application when the load resistance is not 250 Ω.
The CS1W-DA041 is adjusted for current outputs (load resistance: 250 Ω) at the factory. Adjust the offset gain before application when using
voltage outputs.
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Output Function Block Diagram
Analog Output Unit
CPU Unit
Special I/O
Unit Area
Output hold
enabled
Analog output 1
D/A
Output hold
disabled
Analog output 2
Same as above.
Analog output 3
Same as above.
Analog output 4
Same as above.
Analog output 5
Same as above.
Analog output 6
Same as above.
Analog output 7
Same as above.
Analog output 8
Same as above.
Analog
output 1
set value
Note: There are only four analog outputs for the CS1W-DA041.
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External Interface
Front
CS1W-DA041
CS1W-DA08V
CS1W-DA08C
DA041
DA08V
DA08V
External
terminal block
mounting
screws
(black M3)
Unit number
setting switch
V
V
V
I
V
V
I
V4
V
V4
I4
V6
V3
V6
3
V
V3
V3
V5
V5
I
I2
I2
I4
I
I6
I6
V7
V8
I3
V8
V7
I
I3
I3
I5
I5
I7
I8
I8
I7
External terminal
block (M3)
Back
Operation mode switch
Side
Terminal block
Backplane connector
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The terminal block is attached by a connector. It can be removed by loosening the two black mounting screws located at the top and bottom of the
terminal block.
Check to be sure that the black terminal block mounting screw is securely tightened to a torque of 0.5 N·m.
1
DA04
V
V
I
Fasten the mounting screw.
I
V3
V4 3
I3
I4
Fasten the mounting screw.
Indicators
The indicators show the operating status of the Unit. The following table shows the meanings of the indicators.
LED
Meaning
RUN (green)
ERC (red)
Indicator
Operating status
Lit
Operating
Error detected by Unit
ADJ (yellow)
Adjusting
ERH (red)
Error in the CPU Unit
Operating in normal mode.
Not lit
Unit has stopped exchanging data with the CPU Unit.
Lit
Alarm has occurred (such as disconnection detection) or initial
settings are incorrect.
Not lit
Operating normally.
Flashing
Operating in offset/gain adjustment mode.
Not lit
Other than the above.
Lit
Error has occurred during data exchange with the CPU Unit.
Not lit
Operating normally.
Internal Circuitry
The following diagrams show the internal circuitry of the analog output section.
Voltage Output Circuitry
Voltage output section for CS1W-DA08V/DA041
Output
switch and
conversion
circuit
AMP
Voltage
output (+)
Voltage
output (−)
AG (common to all outputs)
Current Output Circuitry
Current output section for CS1W-DA08C/DA041
Output
switch and
conversion
circuit
AMP
Current
output (+)
Current
output (−)
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Internal Configuration
Photocoupler insulation
Indicators/Switch
MPU
Bus
interface
RAM ROM
OUTPUT
D/A
converter
Multiplexer
and
amplifier
Externally
connected
terminal
EEPROM
Oscillator
Division
+18 V/+15 V
+5 V
Regulator
+26 V
Insulation-type
DC-to-DC
converter
−15 V
CS-series PLC
Terminal Arrangement
The signal names corresponding to the connecting terminals are as shown in the following diagram.
CS1W-DA08V/08C
CS1W-DA041
A1
N.C.
B1
Output 2+
B2
Output 2−
B3
Output 4+
B4
Output 4−
B5
Output 6+
B6
Output 6−
B7
Output 8+
B8
Output 8−
B9
N.C.
B10
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
N.C.
B2
Output 2−
B3
Output current 2+
B4
N.C.
B5
N.C.
B6
Output voltage 4−
B7
Output 4−
B8
Output current 4+
B9
N.C.
B10
Output 3+
Output 3−
Output 5+
A8
Output 7+
A11
Output voltage 2+
Output 1−
Output 5−
A10
B1
Output 1+
A7
A9
N.C.
Output 7−
N.C.
N.C.
A1
N.C.
A2
Output voltage 1+
A3
Output 1−
A4
Output current 1+
A5
N.C.
A6
N.C.
A7
Output voltage 3+
A8
Output 3−
A9
Output current 3+
A10
N.C.
A11
N.C.
Note: 1. The analog output numbers that can be used are set in the Data Memory (DM).
2. The output signal ranges for individual outputs are set in the Data Memory (DM). They can be set in units of output numbers.
3. The N.C. terminals are not connected to internal circuitry.
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Analog I/O Units CS1W-MAD44
Specifications
Item
CS1W-MAD44
Applicable PLC model
CS series
Unit type
CS1 Special I/O Unit
Isolation
Between I/O and PLC signals: Photocoupler
(No isolation between individual I/O signals.)
External terminals
21-point detachable terminal block (M3 screws)
Power consumption
200 mA max. at 5 VDC, 200 mA max. at 26 VDC
Dimensions (mm) *1
35 × 130 × 126 (W × H × D)
Weight
450 g max.
General specifications
Conforms to general specifications for SYSMAC CS-series Series.
Mounting position
CS-series CPU Rack or CS-series Expansion Rack
(Cannot be mounted to a C200H Expansion I/O Rack or a SYSMAC BUS Slave Rack.)
Maximum number of Units
Units per Rack (CPU Rack or
Expansion Rack) *2
Units per basic system
Special I/O Unit Area
CIO 200000 to CIO 295915
(Words CIO 2000 to CIO 2959)
Power Supply Unit
Maximum number of Units per Rack
C200HW-PA204
C200HW-PA204S
C200HW-PA204R
C200HW-PD024
3 Units max.
C200HW-PA209R
6 Units max.
When C200HW-PA209R Power Supply Units only are used:
6 Units max. × 8 Racks = 48 Units max.
Exchanges 10 words of data per
Unit.
CPU Unit to Analog
I/O Unit
Analog output
Peak value hold
Conversion Enable Bit
Analog I/O Unit to
CPU Unit
Analog input
Input disconnection detection
Alarm flags
CPU Unit to Analog
I/O Unit
Input signal conversion enable/disable,
input signal range setting
Output signal conversion enable/disable,
output signal range setting
Ratio conversion function setting,
constants
Output status for output hold
Mean value function setting
Data exchange with CPU
Units
Internal Special I/O Unit DM Area
(D20000 to D29599)
Specifications
Input
Transmits 100 words of data per
Unit at power-up or when the
Unit is restarted.
Input signal *4
Voltage input
Number of analog inputs
4
Input signal range *3
1 to 5 V
0 to 5 V
0 to 10 V
−10 to 10 V
4 to 20 mA
Maximum rated input (for 1 point) *5
±15 V
±30 mA
Input impedance
1 MΩ min.
250 Ω (rated value)
Resolution
4,000 (full scale)
Converted output data
Accuracy *6
Current input
16-bit binary data
23±2°C
±0.2% of full scale
±0.4% of full scale
0°C to 55°C
±0.4% of full scale
±0.6% of full scale
A/D conversion time *7
1.0 ms/point max.
Mean value processing
Stores the last "n" data conversions in the buffer, and stores the the mean value
of the conversion values.
Buffer number: n = 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64
Functions
Peak value holding
Stores the maximum conversion value while the Peak Value Hold Bit is ON.
Input disconnection detection *9
Detects the disconnection and turns ON the Disconnection Detection Flag.
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Item
CS1W-MAD44
Output signal
Specifications
Output
Number of analog outputs
4
Output signal range *3
1 to 5 V
0 to 5 V
0 to 10 V
−10 to 10 V
Output impedance (for 1 point)
0.5 Ω max.
Max. output current
12 mA
Resolution
4,000 (full scale)
Set data
16-bit binary data
Accuracy *6
Functions
Other
Functions
Voltage output
23±2°C
±0.3% of full scale
0°C to 55°C
±0.5% of full scale
D/A conversion time *7
1.0 ms/point max.
Output hold function
Outputs the specified output status (CLR, HOLD, or MAX) under any of the
following circumstances.
When the Conversion Enable Bit is OFF. *8
In adjustment mode, when a value other than the output number is output during
adjustment.
When there is an output setting error or a fatal error occurs at the PLC.
When the CPU Unit is on standby.
When the Load is OFF.
Ratio conversion function
Stores the results of positive and negative gradient analog inputs calculated for
ratio and bias as analog output values.
Positive gradient: Analog output = A × Analog input + B
(A = 0 to 99.99, B = 8,000 to 7FFF Hex)
Negative gradient: Analog output = F − A × Analog input + B
(A = 0 to 99.99, B = 8,000 to 7FFF Hex,
F = output range max. value)
*1. Refer to Dimensions on page 20 for details on the Unit's dimensions.
*2. The maximum number of Analog I/O Units that can be mounted to one Rack will varies depending on the current consumption of the other
Units mounted to the Rack.
*3. Input and output signal ranges can be set for each input and output.
*4. Voltage input or current input are chosen by using the voltage/current switch at the back of the terminal block.
*5. The Analog I/O Unit must be operated according to the input specifications provided here. Operating the Unit outside these specifications will
cause the Unit to malfunction.
*6. The accuracy is given for full scale. For example, an accuracy of ±0.2% means a maximum error of ±8 (BCD).
The default setting is adjusted for voltage input. To use current input, perform the offset and gain adjustments as required.
*7. A/D conversion time is the time it takes for an analog signal to be stored in memory as converted data after it has been input. It takes at least
one cycle before the converted data is read by the CPU Unit. D/A conversion time is the time required for converting and outputting the PLC
data. It takes at least one cycle for the data stored in the PLC to be read by the Analog I/O Unit.
*8. When the operation mode for the CPU Unit is changed from RUN mode or MONITOR mode to PROGRAM mode, or when the power is turned
ON, the Output Conversion Enable Bit will turn OFF. The output status specified according to the output hold function will be output.
*9. Input disconnection detection is valid only when the 1 to 5-V or 4 to 20-mA range is set. If there is no input signal for when the 1 to 5-V or 4 to
20-mA range is set, the Disconnection Detection Flag will turn ON.
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I/O Function Block Diagram
Analog I/O Unit
Analog input 1
A/D
Input
disconnection
detection
Analog input 2
Same as above.
Analog input 3
Same as above.
Analog input 4
Mean value
processing
disabled
Peak value
hold function
disabled
Mean value
processing
enabled
Peak value
hold function
enabled
Ratio
conversion
Output hold
enabled
Analog output 2
Same as above.
Analog output 3
Same as above.
Analog output 4
Same as above.
I/O refresh
Analog
input 1
conversion
value
Ratio conversion
enabled
D/A
Output hold
disabled
Special I/O
Unit Area
Ratio conversion
disabled
Same as above.
Analog output 1
CPU Unit
Ratio conversion
disabled
Analog
output 1
conversion
value
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External Interface
CS1W-MAD44
Front
With Terminal Block
With Terminal Block Removed
Unit number
setting switch
External
terminal
block
mounting
screws
(black M3)
Voltage/Current
switch
External terminal
block (M3)
Back
Operation mode switch
Side
Terminal block
Backplane connector
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The terminal block is attached by a connector. It can be removed by loosening the two black mounting screws located at the top and bottom of the
terminal block.
Check to be sure that the black terminal block mounting screw is securely tightened to a torque of 0.5 N·m.
1
DA04
V
V
I
I
Fasten the mounting screw.
V3
V4 3
I3
I4
Fasten the mounting screw.
Indicators
The indicators show the operating status of the Unit. The following table shows the meanings of the indicators.
LED
RUN (green)
ERC (red)
Meaning
Indicator
Lit
Operating
Error detected by Unit
ADJ (yellow)
Adjusting
ERH (red)
Error in the CPU Unit
Operating status
Operating in normal mode.
Not lit
Unit has stopped exchanging data with the CPU Unit.
Lit
Alarm has occurred (such as disconnection detection) or initial
settings are incorrect.
Not lit
Operating normally.
Flashing
Operating in offset/gain adjustment mode.
Not lit
Other than the above.
Lit
Error has occurred during data exchange with the CPU Unit.
Not lit
Operating normally.
Internal Circuitry
The following diagrams show the internal circuitry of the analog I/O section.
Input Circuitry
15 kΩ
Input (+)
250 Ω
15 kΩ
1 MΩ
15 kΩ
15 kΩ
Input (−)
AG (analog
0 V)
Input circuit
and
conversion
circuit
Voltage/
current
input switch
1 MΩ
AG (common to all inputs)
Output Circuitry
Output
switch and
conversion
circuit
AMP
Voltage
output (+)
Voltage
output (−)
AG (common to all outputs)
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Internal Configuration
Photocoupler insulation
Indicators/Switch
MPU
RAM ROM
Bus
interface
D/A
converter
A/D
converter
Multiplexer
and
amplifier
Multiplexer
and
amplifier
OUTPUT
Externally
connected
terminal
INPUT
EEPROM
Oscillator
Division
+15 V
Regulator
+26 V
Insulation-type
DC-to-DC
converter
+5 V
−15 V
CS-series PLC
Terminal Arrangement
The signal names corresponding to the connecting terminals are as shown in the following diagram.
Output 2+
B1
Output 2−
B2
Output 4+
Output 4−
N.C.
B3
B4
B5
Input 2+
Input 2−
AG
B6
B7
B8
Input 4+
B9
Input 4−
B10
Note: 1.
2.
3.
4.
A1
Output 1+
A2
Output 1−
A3
Output 3+
A4
Output 3−
A5
N.C.
A6
Input 1+
A7
Input 1−
A8
AG
A9
Input 3+
A10
Input 3−
A11
N.C.
The analog I/O numbers that can be used are set in the Data Memory (DM).
The I/O signal ranges for individual inputs and outputs are set in the Data Memory (DM). They can be set in units of I/O numbers.
The AG terminal (A8, B8) is connected to the 0-V analog circuit in the Unit. Connecting shielded input lines can improve noise resistance.
The N.C. terminals (A5, A11, B5) are not connected to internal circuitry.
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Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
CS-series Units: CS1W-AD041-V1/081-V1, CS1W-DA08V/08C/041, CS1W-MAD44
100.5
130
35
126
CS1W-AD161
118.03
100.5
34.5
130
CS-series Unit Terminal Block Dimensions
Terminal size: M3
8.23
7.62
7.62
6.4
92.66±0.1
4.5
8.4
17.8
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About this Manual
Name
Cat. No.
Contents
SYSMAC CS/CJ-series Analog I/O Units Operation Manual
CS1W-AD041-V1/AD081-V1/AD161, CS1W-DA041/DA08V/DA08C,
CS1W-MAD44, CJ1W-AD041-V1/AD081-V1,
CJ1W-DA021/DA041/DA08V/DA08C, CJ1W-MAD42
W345
Describes the application methods of the CS/CJ-series Analog
Input, Analog Output, and Analog I/O Units.
SYSMAC CS-series
Programmable Controllers Operation Manual
CS1G/H-CPU@@-EV1, CS1G/H-CPU@@H
W339
Describes the installation and operation of the CS-series PLCs.
SYSMAC CS Series
CS1D Duplex System Operation Manual
CS1D-CPU@@H CPU Units, CS1D-CPU@@S CPU Units,
CS1D-DPL01 Duplex Unit, CS1D-PA/PD@@@ Power Supply Unit
W405
Provides an outline of and describes the design, installation,
maintenance, and other basic operations for a Duplex System
based on CS1D CPU Units.
W393
Provides the following information on CJ-series PLCs:
• Overview and features
• System configuration design
• Installation and wiring
• I/O memory allocations
• Troubleshooting
CS/CJ/NSJ-series PLCs Programming Manual
CS1G/H-CPU@@H, CS1G/H-CPU@@-V1, CS1D-CPU@@H,
CS1D-CPU@@S, CJ1H-CPU@@H-R, CJ1G/H-CPU@@H,
CJ1G-CPU@@P, CJ1M-CPU@@, CJ1G-CPU@@,
NSJ@-@@@@(B)-G5D, NSJ@-@@@@(B)-M3D
W394
Provides the following information on CS/CJ/NSJ-series PLCs:
• Programming
• Task functions
• File memory
• Various operations
CS/CJ/NSJ-series PLCs Instructions Reference Manual
CS1G/H-CPU@@H, CS1G/H-CPU@@-V1, CS1D-CPU@@H,
CS1D-CPU@@S, CJ1H-CPU@@H-R, CJ1G/H-CPU@@H,
CJ1G-CPU@@P, CJ1M-CPU@@, CJ1G-CPU@@,
NSJ@-@@@@(B)-G5D, NSJ@-@@@@(B)-M3D
W340
Describes all the ladder programming instructions in detail.
CX-Programmer Operation Manual (Version 8.@)
WS02-CXPC@-V8
W446
Describes how to use the CX-Programmer.
SYSMAC CS/CJ-series Programming Consoles Operation Manual
CQM1H-PRO01, CQM1-PRO01, C200H-PRO27 + CS1W-KS001
W341
Describes how to use the Programming Console.
CJ-series PLCs Operation Manual
CJ1H-CPU@@H-R, CJ1G/H-CPU@@H, CJ1G-CPU@@P,
CJ1G-CPU@@, CJ1H-CPU@@
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