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Programmable Controller
NSJ Series, NSJ
Combining the controller and HMI into a single unit contributes to
downsizing and standardizing control panels, while eliminating
inefficiency, waste, and inconsistency on production sites.
As demands continue to grow for smaller control
panels to save space in today's production facilities,
OMRON has shown the way with a unique solution
-- the SYSMAC One NSJ-series One-package
Controller. Its compact size is an ideal fit for the
400- to 500-mm control panel widths that are
becoming increasingly common, and it completely
eliminates the space that was previously necessary
for the PLC. While helping to standardize control
panels, the NSJ Series also solves a variety of
manufacturing industry problems by raising the
levels of efficiency in design and maintenance.
2
Concept
4
Product Line and Expandability
6
Promoting Standardized Control Panels
8
Less Effort in Designing and Debugging 10
Less Effort in Maintenance
12
Applications
14
System Configuration
16
Ordering Information and Specifications 19
3
As demands continue to grow for smaller control
panels to save space in today's production facilities,
OMRON has shown the way with a unique solution
-- the SYSMAC One NSJ-series One-package
Controller. Its compact size is an ideal fit for the
400- to 500-mm control panel widths that are
becoming increasingly common, and it completely
eliminates the space that was previously necessary
for the PLC. While helping to standardize control
panels, the NSJ Series also solves a variety of
manufacturing industry problems by raising the
levels of efficiency in design and maintenance.
2
Concept
4
Product Line and Expandability
6
Promoting Standardized Control Panels
8
Less Effort in Designing and Debugging 10
Less Effort in Maintenance
12
Applications
14
System Configuration
16
Ordering Information and Specifications 19
3
The Display Section and
Controller Section each have a
CPU. Control is highly reliable
because it is not affected by the
designing and communications
of the Display Section.
A DeviceNet Master
comes as standard
equipment for I/O.
There is no need for initial
settings, and wiring is greatly
reduced. Also standardization and
streamlining design can be
realized.
Many control panels have
a width of 400 to 500 mm.
Today's manufacturing
facilities are becoming
increasingly space-efficient
and standardized. The 400to 500-mm panel width will
likely become mainstream.
Efficient use of the space inside the control panel.
Especially slim at 73.3 mm.
Since there is no PLC space required, the space
inside the control panel can be more efficiently
used. For example, it can be used to mount the
power supply, breakers, or terminal blocks directly
behind the Display Section.
Both the Display Section and Controller Section
combined have a width of only 73.3 mm*. There
is also no need for a PLC Power Supply Unit.
(*For the NSJ8/10/12 Series. The NSJ5 Series is
79.0 mm.)
Promoting Standardized
Control Panels
The PLC comes as
standard equipment
along with the HMI.
Less Effort in Designing
and Debugging
No More PLC Space Required.
Less Effort in
Maintenance
As production becomes increasingly globalized, the needs for standardized
control panels are growing. With its new, one-package concept, the SYSMAC One
NSJ Series contributes to reducing both hardware and software requirements for
control panels. While offering the same convenient operation for control panels
in any factory, any process, and any device worldwide, the NSJ Series eliminates
various forms of inefficiency, waste, and inconsistency that extend all the way
from device design and installation, to maintenance.
Product Line and
Expandability
Concept
Greater Control Panel Downsizing
and Standardizing
NSJ Series Appearance and Parts Names
[NSJ Main Unit]
As an example, the SYSMAC One NSJ5 Series makes it possible to
design a control panel this compact.
For example,
250 mm wide
Expansion Unit interface
One Expansion
Unit
For example,
220 mm deep
Expansion Unit
Controller Link Unit
Controller
Section
Display Section
For example,
300 mm high
(The photo shows
the NSJ8 Controller.)
I/O Control Unit
Ethernet Unit
USB port
For more details, refer to page 7.
4
System Configuration
Display Section
Ordering Information and
Specifications
Controller Section
Only 73.3 mm
(For NSJ8/10/12 Series. The
NSJ5 Series is 79.0 mm.)
Applications
Expansion Unit (optional)
5
The Display Section and
Controller Section each have a
CPU. Control is highly reliable
because it is not affected by the
designing and communications
of the Display Section.
A DeviceNet Master
comes as standard
equipment for I/O.
There is no need for initial
settings, and wiring is greatly
reduced. Also standardization and
streamlining design can be
realized.
Many control panels have
a width of 400 to 500 mm.
Today's manufacturing
facilities are becoming
increasingly space-efficient
and standardized. The 400to 500-mm panel width will
likely become mainstream.
Efficient use of the space inside the control panel.
Especially slim at 73.3 mm.
Since there is no PLC space required, the space
inside the control panel can be more efficiently
used. For example, it can be used to mount the
power supply, breakers, or terminal blocks directly
behind the Display Section.
Both the Display Section and Controller Section
combined have a width of only 73.3 mm*. There
is also no need for a PLC Power Supply Unit.
(*For the NSJ8/10/12 Series. The NSJ5 Series is
79.0 mm.)
Promoting Standardized
Control Panels
The PLC comes as
standard equipment
along with the HMI.
Less Effort in Designing
and Debugging
No More PLC Space Required.
Less Effort in
Maintenance
As production becomes increasingly globalized, the needs for standardized
control panels are growing. With its new, one-package concept, the SYSMAC One
NSJ Series contributes to reducing both hardware and software requirements for
control panels. While offering the same convenient operation for control panels
in any factory, any process, and any device worldwide, the NSJ Series eliminates
various forms of inefficiency, waste, and inconsistency that extend all the way
from device design and installation, to maintenance.
Product Line and
Expandability
Concept
Greater Control Panel Downsizing
and Standardizing
NSJ Series Appearance and Parts Names
[NSJ Main Unit]
As an example, the SYSMAC One NSJ5 Series makes it possible to
design a control panel this compact.
For example,
250 mm wide
Expansion Unit interface
One Expansion
Unit
For example,
220 mm deep
Expansion Unit
Controller Link Unit
Controller
Section
Display Section
For example,
300 mm high
(The photo shows
the NSJ8 Controller.)
I/O Control Unit
Ethernet Unit
USB port
For more details, refer to page 7.
4
System Configuration
Display Section
Ordering Information and
Specifications
Controller Section
Only 73.3 mm
(For NSJ8/10/12 Series. The
NSJ5 Series is 79.0 mm.)
Applications
Expansion Unit (optional)
5
Support a wider range of applications.
Product Line and
Expandability
Expansion Units
Select the optimal control and display combination.
Four screen sizes are available, from 5.7 to 12.1 inches.
Controller Link Unit (NSJW-CLK21-V1)
High-speed, large-capacity data link
The PLC data link function can be used to provide a high-speed, large-capacity data link between
Controllers.
Controller Link Unit
NSJW-CLK21-V1
5.7 Inches
8.4 Inches
10.4 Inches
Controller Link Unit
NSJW-CLK21-V1
CS/CJ-series PLC
12.1 Inches
Promoting Standardized
Control Panels
Product Line-up
Concept
A Wide Selection of Scalable Display
Controllers
Easy access to both Display Section and Controller Section
Compact Ethernet
port
This allows PLC data to be read or written
without adding an Ethernet Unit. PLC data can
also be read or written, and alarms and recipes
can be transferred, from a host computer.
I/O Control Unit (NSJW-IC101)
Easy addition of Special I/O Units and CPU Bus Units
Used to mount Motion Control Units and other Special I/O Units or CPU Bus Units to the NSJ-series
Controller, for excellent expandability.
Power Supply
Unit
I/O Control Unit
NSJW-IC101
Easy Access from a Host Computer
I/O Interface Unit
CJ1W-II101
CJ-series Basic I/O Unit
CJ-series Special I/O Unit
CJ-series CPU Bus Unit
10 Units max.
•Screen data and ladder programs can
be easily transferred via Ethernet.
•PLC data can also be read by a host
application (using FINS
communications).
Less Effort in
Maintenance
NSJ Built-in Ethernet Port
Less Effort in Designing
and Debugging
Wired Controller Link
Ethernet
)
3 Racks max. (3 x 10 Units max.)
Applications
I/O Connection Cable (CS1W-CN1
set from the NSJ (PLC1) display.
PLC1
PLC2
Ethernet Unit (NSJW-ETN21)
Full use of versatile Ethernet functions
The NSJ built-in Ethernet port increases expandability with host computers by enabling functions
such as communications implemented with CMND instructions and e-mail.
CS/CJ-series PLC
Ethernet Unit
NSJW-ETN21
Note: It is also easy to allocate data from
another host device for reference.
•FINS communications
•FTP server
•E-mail
•SMTP clients, etc.
Ethernet 100BASE-TX
Note: For detailed information on functions related to the NSJ built-in Ethernet port and Ethernet Unit, refer to page 28.
6
System Configuration
•PLC2 data can be easily displayed and
Controller Section
Display Section
Ethernet
Ordering Information and
Specifications
Easy Access to Other PLCs
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Support a wider range of applications.
Product Line and
Expandability
Expansion Units
Select the optimal control and display combination.
Four screen sizes are available, from 5.7 to 12.1 inches.
Controller Link Unit (NSJW-CLK21-V1)
High-speed, large-capacity data link
The PLC data link function can be used to provide a high-speed, large-capacity data link between
Controllers.
Controller Link Unit
NSJW-CLK21-V1
5.7 Inches
8.4 Inches
10.4 Inches
Controller Link Unit
NSJW-CLK21-V1
CS/CJ-series PLC
12.1 Inches
Promoting Standardized
Control Panels
Product Line-up
Concept
A Wide Selection of Scalable Display
Controllers
Easy access to both Display Section and Controller Section
Compact Ethernet
port
This allows PLC data to be read or written
without adding an Ethernet Unit. PLC data can
also be read or written, and alarms and recipes
can be transferred, from a host computer.
I/O Control Unit (NSJW-IC101)
Easy addition of Special I/O Units and CPU Bus Units
Used to mount Motion Control Units and other Special I/O Units or CPU Bus Units to the NSJ-series
Controller, for excellent expandability.
Power Supply
Unit
I/O Control Unit
NSJW-IC101
Easy Access from a Host Computer
I/O Interface Unit
CJ1W-II101
CJ-series Basic I/O Unit
CJ-series Special I/O Unit
CJ-series CPU Bus Unit
10 Units max.
•Screen data and ladder programs can
be easily transferred via Ethernet.
•PLC data can also be read by a host
application (using FINS
communications).
Less Effort in
Maintenance
NSJ Built-in Ethernet Port
Less Effort in Designing
and Debugging
Wired Controller Link
Ethernet
)
3 Racks max. (3 x 10 Units max.)
Applications
I/O Connection Cable (CS1W-CN1
set from the NSJ (PLC1) display.
PLC1
PLC2
Ethernet Unit (NSJW-ETN21)
Full use of versatile Ethernet functions
The NSJ built-in Ethernet port increases expandability with host computers by enabling functions
such as communications implemented with CMND instructions and e-mail.
CS/CJ-series PLC
Ethernet Unit
NSJW-ETN21
Note: It is also easy to allocate data from
another host device for reference.
•FINS communications
•FTP server
•E-mail
•SMTP clients, etc.
Ethernet 100BASE-TX
Note: For detailed information on functions related to the NSJ built-in Ethernet port and Ethernet Unit, refer to page 28.
6
System Configuration
•PLC2 data can be easily displayed and
Controller Section
Display Section
Ethernet
Ordering Information and
Specifications
Easy Access to Other PLCs
7
Reduce downtime due to operator error
2
Providing on-site operator training
3
Smoothly procuring maintenance parts when a malfunction occurs
4
The need to raise development efficiency for devices and facilities
Product Line and
Expandability
Host computer
Example of
Standardized System
Promoting Standardized
Control Panels
1
Ethernet
Basic Module
Standardization
Standardization
NSJ Controller
Less Effort in Designing
and Debugging
With production bases becoming increasingly globalized, do you have the following
concerns about shipping domestically manufactured devices?
By standardizing control panels based on SYSMAC One, design
steps can be reduced and software assets can be reused to
eliminate waste and inconsistency all the way from the design stage
to system startup.
Select module
for each machine.
I/O Control Unit
Application Modules
Application Module A
Less Effort in
Maintenance
The Market Is Moving Toward Standardized Control Panels.
Concept
Meeting the Growing Needs for
Control Panel Standardization
Screen and
ladder program
modules can
also be used.
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1
Operating errors can be prevented by providing the same operability.
Reduce temporary lower operating efficiency caused by changing operators.
2
There is no need to produce an operating manual for each device.
Initial training cost can also be reduced.
3
Standardization greatly reduces the number of maintenance parts.
Even if a malfunction occurs, the entire control panel can be replaced as a module
for quick and easy system restoration.
4
Standardization makes it possible to create templates for design documents,
screens, and ladder programs. This increases the ability to reuse the templates,
which greatly raises design efficiency.
Display Section
Smart Active Parts
(SAP Library)
ID tag
I/O can also be
flexibly handled.
Application Module B
CJ-series Unit
Position
Control
Unit
Controller Section
Smart FB Library
System Configuration
Waste and inconsistency in design, installation and maintenance can be eliminated by
supplying control panels that have the same basic operation regardless of the factory, the
process, and the devices used in any country of the world.
RFID
Software Modules
Ordering Information and
Specifications
Effects of Standardizing Control Panels
ID
Sensor
Unit
Applications
CJ-series Unit
9
Reduce downtime due to operator error
2
Providing on-site operator training
3
Smoothly procuring maintenance parts when a malfunction occurs
4
The need to raise development efficiency for devices and facilities
Product Line and
Expandability
Host computer
Example of
Standardized System
Promoting Standardized
Control Panels
1
Ethernet
Basic Module
Standardization
Standardization
NSJ Controller
Less Effort in Designing
and Debugging
With production bases becoming increasingly globalized, do you have the following
concerns about shipping domestically manufactured devices?
By standardizing control panels based on SYSMAC One, design
steps can be reduced and software assets can be reused to
eliminate waste and inconsistency all the way from the design stage
to system startup.
Select module
for each machine.
I/O Control Unit
Application Modules
Application Module A
Less Effort in
Maintenance
The Market Is Moving Toward Standardized Control Panels.
Concept
Meeting the Growing Needs for
Control Panel Standardization
Screen and
ladder program
modules can
also be used.
8
1
Operating errors can be prevented by providing the same operability.
Reduce temporary lower operating efficiency caused by changing operators.
2
There is no need to produce an operating manual for each device.
Initial training cost can also be reduced.
3
Standardization greatly reduces the number of maintenance parts.
Even if a malfunction occurs, the entire control panel can be replaced as a module
for quick and easy system restoration.
4
Standardization makes it possible to create templates for design documents,
screens, and ladder programs. This increases the ability to reuse the templates,
which greatly raises design efficiency.
Display Section
Smart Active Parts
(SAP Library)
ID tag
I/O can also be
flexibly handled.
Application Module B
CJ-series Unit
Position
Control
Unit
Controller Section
Smart FB Library
System Configuration
Waste and inconsistency in design, installation and maintenance can be eliminated by
supplying control panels that have the same basic operation regardless of the factory, the
process, and the devices used in any country of the world.
RFID
Software Modules
Ordering Information and
Specifications
Effects of Standardizing Control Panels
ID
Sensor
Unit
Applications
CJ-series Unit
9
Commercially available
USB cable
Integrated Simulation
Ladder Program Window
(1) Power ON
(2) Simply connect the USB cable and you are ready
to transfer screen data and ladder programs.
Touch Screen
Continue using your software assets.
Touch Panel
Interactive
CX-Designer
Designer for NS series
Interactive
The SAP Library, which dramatically reduces effort in design,
has also been greatly expanded.
CX-Programmer Ladder Programming Software
Simply turn ON the power and start using it. No need for initial settings.
More than 2,000 Smart Active Parts (SAP) are available for directly accessing OMRON PLCs and
components. Simply copy them from the library and paste them onto the screen. There is absolutely no
need to design screens or ladder programs for these objects.
Set the RS-232C
port for the PLC.
System Configuration
A setting and monitoring screen is instantly completed for
Temperature Controllers
Communications
error: Cannot
connect to PLC.
CX-Designer
Screen Designer for
NS Series
SAP Library
(Temperature Controller objects)
10
Ordering Information and
Specifications
There is no need to connect the
Controller Section and Display
Section, and no need to make initial
communications settings or other
settings.
The system starts up as soon as the
power is turned ON. Even the
standard-equipped DeviceNet Master
is completely set in the default
settings.
Product Line and
Expandability
CX-One version 2.0 or
higher on computer
Ladder Program
Continue to use all the screen data for
NS-series PTs and ladder programs
for CS/CJ-series PLCs.
Promoting Standardized
Control Panels
The test functions of the CX-Designer Screen Designer for NS Series have been further strengthened. By
selecting CX-Simulator as the connection destination, screen data and ladder programs can be
simultaneously tested without even having to connect to an actual system.
Less Effort in Designing
and Debugging
Use of a commercially available USB
cable allows easy, high-speed
transferring of screen data and ladder
programs. There is also no need to
change cables for transfers such as
these.
This software can be used to debug ladder programs and
screens without even having to connect to an actual system.
Less Effort in
Maintenance
Use of a single USB cable simplifies both design and debugging.
The CX-One Integrated FA Tool Package Is Available
Applications
Advantages of One Package
Concept
Less Effort in Designing and Debugging
11
Commercially available
USB cable
Integrated Simulation
Ladder Program Window
(1) Power ON
(2) Simply connect the USB cable and you are ready
to transfer screen data and ladder programs.
Touch Screen
Continue using your software assets.
Touch Panel
Interactive
CX-Designer
Designer for NS series
Interactive
The SAP Library, which dramatically reduces effort in design,
has also been greatly expanded.
CX-Programmer Ladder Programming Software
Simply turn ON the power and start using it. No need for initial settings.
More than 2,000 Smart Active Parts (SAP) are available for directly accessing OMRON PLCs and
components. Simply copy them from the library and paste them onto the screen. There is absolutely no
need to design screens or ladder programs for these objects.
Set the RS-232C
port for the PLC.
System Configuration
A setting and monitoring screen is instantly completed for
Temperature Controllers
Communications
error: Cannot
connect to PLC.
CX-Designer
Screen Designer for
NS Series
SAP Library
(Temperature Controller objects)
10
Ordering Information and
Specifications
There is no need to connect the
Controller Section and Display
Section, and no need to make initial
communications settings or other
settings.
The system starts up as soon as the
power is turned ON. Even the
standard-equipped DeviceNet Master
is completely set in the default
settings.
Product Line and
Expandability
CX-One version 2.0 or
higher on computer
Ladder Program
Continue to use all the screen data for
NS-series PTs and ladder programs
for CS/CJ-series PLCs.
Promoting Standardized
Control Panels
The test functions of the CX-Designer Screen Designer for NS Series have been further strengthened. By
selecting CX-Simulator as the connection destination, screen data and ladder programs can be
simultaneously tested without even having to connect to an actual system.
Less Effort in Designing
and Debugging
Use of a commercially available USB
cable allows easy, high-speed
transferring of screen data and ladder
programs. There is also no need to
change cables for transfers such as
these.
This software can be used to debug ladder programs and
screens without even having to connect to an actual system.
Less Effort in
Maintenance
Use of a single USB cable simplifies both design and debugging.
The CX-One Integrated FA Tool Package Is Available
Applications
Advantages of One Package
Concept
Less Effort in Designing and Debugging
11
Two Troubleshooters Come as a Standard Feature
Enables a quick, on-site action without any software.
The necessary countermeasure is displayed.
The error details are displayed.
Customer Screen-creating Window
Promoting Standardized
Control Panels
The standard-equipped PLC Troubleshooter and DeviceNet Troubleshooter contribute to solving problems
during device startup and operation. When an error occurs, simply follow the on-screen instructions to
confirm the error details and quickly implement countermeasures, without referring to the manual.
Troubleshooter Menu
Less Effort in Designing
and Debugging
Launch
Controller
Troubleshooter
Launch
DeviceNet
Troubleshooter
Less Effort in
Maintenance
This button takes you directly back to
the customer screen-creating window.
Product Line and
Expandability
Concept
Less Effort in Maintenance
A Ladder Program Monitor Is Also Standard
Easy backup without a computer.
The PLC ladder
program is displayed
in about 5 s.
Simply follow the on-screen instructions to back up both screen data and ladder programs for the
Controller Section.
System Configuration
This software lets you monitor PLC program status, search for addresses or
instructions, monitor multiple I/O points, and much more. It only takes about 5
seconds to switch from a user screen to the ladder program monitoring screen.
From a selected input bit, you can also
search for the next sequence output
Double-click the input bit you want
instruction that uses the same address.
to search for.
A Data Backup Function Is Also Standard
Applications
Switching from the operation screen to the screen for
monitoring PLC ladder programs only takes about 5 seconds.
Customer screen-creating
window
There it is!
Select the item
to be executed.
Simply select Menu - Exit from the menus to go directly back to
the user screen.
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Easy-to-understand instructions are displayed
for the backup procedure.
A message is
displayed to tell
you that the
backup has
been completed.
Ordering Information and
Specifications
Double-click
13
Two Troubleshooters Come as a Standard Feature
Enables a quick, on-site action without any software.
The necessary countermeasure is displayed.
The error details are displayed.
Customer Screen-creating Window
Promoting Standardized
Control Panels
The standard-equipped PLC Troubleshooter and DeviceNet Troubleshooter contribute to solving problems
during device startup and operation. When an error occurs, simply follow the on-screen instructions to
confirm the error details and quickly implement countermeasures, without referring to the manual.
Troubleshooter Menu
Less Effort in Designing
and Debugging
Launch
Controller
Troubleshooter
Launch
DeviceNet
Troubleshooter
Less Effort in
Maintenance
This button takes you directly back to
the customer screen-creating window.
Product Line and
Expandability
Concept
Less Effort in Maintenance
A Ladder Program Monitor Is Also Standard
Easy backup without a computer.
The PLC ladder
program is displayed
in about 5 s.
Simply follow the on-screen instructions to back up both screen data and ladder programs for the
Controller Section.
System Configuration
This software lets you monitor PLC program status, search for addresses or
instructions, monitor multiple I/O points, and much more. It only takes about 5
seconds to switch from a user screen to the ladder program monitoring screen.
From a selected input bit, you can also
search for the next sequence output
Double-click the input bit you want
instruction that uses the same address.
to search for.
A Data Backup Function Is Also Standard
Applications
Switching from the operation screen to the screen for
monitoring PLC ladder programs only takes about 5 seconds.
Customer screen-creating
window
There it is!
Select the item
to be executed.
Simply select Menu - Exit from the menus to go directly back to
the user screen.
12
Easy-to-understand instructions are displayed
for the backup procedure.
A message is
displayed to tell
you that the
backup has
been completed.
Ordering Information and
Specifications
Double-click
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Production control system
Simple positioning control
Production control information is given by the host computer concerning production progress,
retooling instructions, alarms, etc.
Simple positioning control can be achieved by connecting the NSJ to a robot controller.
Control Section
(above device)
Ethernet
Controller Section
Operating section
(positioning stage)
XY axis robot
Display Section
Control section
(concentrated in lower
part of device)
Built-in Ethernet port
DeviceNet
DeviceNet
I/O
Robot controller
with positioner
DeviceNet
[NSJ Series Advantages]
the Display Section and Controller Section can be accessed through a single Ethernet port.
••Both
Information for the Controller Section and Display Section (such as alarms) can be received at a
host computer.
is no need to make initial settings for the Display Section or Controller Section.
••There
Using the built-in Ethernet port eliminates the need for an Expansion Unit.
[NSJ Series Advantages]
positioning control can be achieved with minimal wiring by directly connecting the NSJ
•Simple
to a robot controller.
can also be directly connected to reduce wiring.
••I/O
There is no more need for PLC space in the bottom of the control panel.
POP system
DeviceNet monitoring
Products are controlled by a bar code reader. Information is uploaded to a host computer for
product information management.
The smart functions of various slaves connected to DeviceNet can be monitored.
Promoting Standardized
Control Panels
NSJ
(with DeviceNet as
standard feature)
Less Effort in Designing
and Debugging
Target production number: 5000
Daily production number: 4340
Less Effort in
Maintenance
2006/4/25 11:45
No workpieces on the line
2006/4/25 13:57
Emergency stop
Product Line and
Expandability
Concept
Application Examples
Applications
Example: By using a Slave Unit to count the number of ON/OFF operations for a device, or to count the total operating hours,
the NSJ can inform the operator when it is time to conduct maintenance.
Ethernet
Process B
POP terminal
OMRON
CJ-series PLC
Smart Slaves
System Configuration
Process A
DeviceNet
[NSJ Series Advantages]
[NSJ Series Advantages]
terminal can be installed anywhere since it saves space.
••The
Connection with the host can be made using the built-in Ethernet port.
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and diagnostic functions can be added to the control panel.
••Monitoring
Wiring and space requirements are reduced, and the NSJ can be added on later.
The number of design steps can be reduced for screen design and ladder programming by
•using
the Smart Active Parts (SAP) Library and troubleshooter functions.
Ordering Information and
Specifications
Bar code reader
15
Production control system
Simple positioning control
Production control information is given by the host computer concerning production progress,
retooling instructions, alarms, etc.
Simple positioning control can be achieved by connecting the NSJ to a robot controller.
Control Section
(above device)
Ethernet
Controller Section
Operating section
(positioning stage)
XY axis robot
Display Section
Control section
(concentrated in lower
part of device)
Built-in Ethernet port
DeviceNet
DeviceNet
I/O
Robot controller
with positioner
DeviceNet
[NSJ Series Advantages]
the Display Section and Controller Section can be accessed through a single Ethernet port.
••Both
Information for the Controller Section and Display Section (such as alarms) can be received at a
host computer.
is no need to make initial settings for the Display Section or Controller Section.
••There
Using the built-in Ethernet port eliminates the need for an Expansion Unit.
[NSJ Series Advantages]
positioning control can be achieved with minimal wiring by directly connecting the NSJ
•Simple
to a robot controller.
can also be directly connected to reduce wiring.
••I/O
There is no more need for PLC space in the bottom of the control panel.
POP system
DeviceNet monitoring
Products are controlled by a bar code reader. Information is uploaded to a host computer for
product information management.
The smart functions of various slaves connected to DeviceNet can be monitored.
Promoting Standardized
Control Panels
NSJ
(with DeviceNet as
standard feature)
Less Effort in Designing
and Debugging
Target production number: 5000
Daily production number: 4340
Less Effort in
Maintenance
2006/4/25 11:45
No workpieces on the line
2006/4/25 13:57
Emergency stop
Product Line and
Expandability
Concept
Application Examples
Applications
Example: By using a Slave Unit to count the number of ON/OFF operations for a device, or to count the total operating hours,
the NSJ can inform the operator when it is time to conduct maintenance.
Ethernet
Process B
POP terminal
OMRON
CJ-series PLC
Smart Slaves
System Configuration
Process A
DeviceNet
[NSJ Series Advantages]
[NSJ Series Advantages]
terminal can be installed anywhere since it saves space.
••The
Connection with the host can be made using the built-in Ethernet port.
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and diagnostic functions can be added to the control panel.
••Monitoring
Wiring and space requirements are reduced, and the NSJ can be added on later.
The number of design steps can be reduced for screen design and ladder programming by
•using
the Smart Active Parts (SAP) Library and troubleshooter functions.
Ordering Information and
Specifications
Bar code reader
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System Configuration
The photo shows the rear panel of the NSJ8.
Memory Card
interface
(Display Section)
DeviceNet
port
OMRON
Memory Card
For saving ladder program backup,
PLC log data, etc.
Port C
Computer
USB
USB Ethernet
Master Slave port Port A Port B
USB
Printer
Commercially available
USB cable
Screen image printing
Screen Transfer Cable
XW2Z-S002 (Length: 2 m)
PictBridge (See note.)
Commercially available
USB cable
Note: Available soon.
PictBridge-compatible
printer
USB
Computer
Note: The CX-Designer
not supported.
RS-422A Conversion Unit
CJ1W-CIF11 (for distances of 50 m max.)
NS-AL002 (for distances of 500 m max.)
Screen Transfer Cable
XW2Z-S002 (Length: 2 m)
RS-232C
USB Serial Conversion Cable
CS1W-CIF31
Commercially available
USB cable
Bar Code Reader
Serial
PLC
USB
Ethernet
PLC
Ethernet
WE70
Wireless
communications
Promoting Standardized
Control Panels
Display Section (for directly uploading graphs or
making settings)
Memory Card
interface
(Controller Section)
For saving alarm history,
data log, etc.
Less Effort in Designing
and Debugging
Combined use (the Display Section and Controller
Section can be accessed from a single port)
Controller Section (for use with ladder programs, etc.)
OMRON
Memory Card
Printer
WE70
Serial
RS-422A Conversion Unit
CJ1W-CIF11
Temperature Controller
NS-AL002
(E5 N, EJ1, etc.)
Less Effort in
Maintenance
A variety of networks can be easily constructed using the standardequipped DeviceNet, USB, Ethernet, and RS-232C interfaces.
This increases the types of equipment that can be connected to the
NSJ Series in addition to the wide line-up of highly compatible
OMRON control components, and provides a level of
expandability that meets virtually all application needs.
Product Line and
Expandability
Concept
Suitable to a Wide Range of Applications
Ethernet
Computer
RS-232C
PT-to-PLC Connecting Cable
XW2Z-200T (Length: 2 m)
XW2Z-500T (Length: 5 m)
Applications
PLC
Bar Code Reader
Computer
RS-232C
USB
Screen Transfer Cable
XW2Z-S002 (Length: 2 m)
USB Serial Conversion Cable
CS1W-CIF31
I/O terminal or
other general-purpose slave
Screen Transfer Cable
XW2Z-S002 (Length: 2 m)
Screen ladder transfers
Microcomputer boards
Computers, etc.
Memory Link
System Configuration
Recommended: OMRON V520-RH21-6
Temperature Controller
(E5 N, EJ1, etc.)
PLC
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CompoWay/F (direct display, ladderless communications)
RS-422A
Non-OMRON equipment
Ordering Information and
Specifications
GRT1 Series
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System Configuration
The photo shows the rear panel of the NSJ8.
Memory Card
interface
(Display Section)
DeviceNet
port
OMRON
Memory Card
For saving ladder program backup,
PLC log data, etc.
Port C
Computer
USB
USB Ethernet
Master Slave port Port A Port B
USB
Printer
Commercially available
USB cable
Screen image printing
Screen Transfer Cable
XW2Z-S002 (Length: 2 m)
PictBridge (See note.)
Commercially available
USB cable
Note: Available soon.
PictBridge-compatible
printer
USB
Computer
Note: The CX-Designer
not supported.
RS-422A Conversion Unit
CJ1W-CIF11 (for distances of 50 m max.)
NS-AL002 (for distances of 500 m max.)
Screen Transfer Cable
XW2Z-S002 (Length: 2 m)
RS-232C
USB Serial Conversion Cable
CS1W-CIF31
Commercially available
USB cable
Bar Code Reader
Serial
PLC
USB
Ethernet
PLC
Ethernet
WE70
Wireless
communications
Promoting Standardized
Control Panels
Display Section (for directly uploading graphs or
making settings)
Memory Card
interface
(Controller Section)
For saving alarm history,
data log, etc.
Less Effort in Designing
and Debugging
Combined use (the Display Section and Controller
Section can be accessed from a single port)
Controller Section (for use with ladder programs, etc.)
OMRON
Memory Card
Printer
WE70
Serial
RS-422A Conversion Unit
CJ1W-CIF11
Temperature Controller
NS-AL002
(E5 N, EJ1, etc.)
Less Effort in
Maintenance
A variety of networks can be easily constructed using the standardequipped DeviceNet, USB, Ethernet, and RS-232C interfaces.
This increases the types of equipment that can be connected to the
NSJ Series in addition to the wide line-up of highly compatible
OMRON control components, and provides a level of
expandability that meets virtually all application needs.
Product Line and
Expandability
Concept
Suitable to a Wide Range of Applications
Ethernet
Computer
RS-232C
PT-to-PLC Connecting Cable
XW2Z-200T (Length: 2 m)
XW2Z-500T (Length: 5 m)
Applications
PLC
Bar Code Reader
Computer
RS-232C
USB
Screen Transfer Cable
XW2Z-S002 (Length: 2 m)
USB Serial Conversion Cable
CS1W-CIF31
I/O terminal or
other general-purpose slave
Screen Transfer Cable
XW2Z-S002 (Length: 2 m)
Screen ladder transfers
Microcomputer boards
Computers, etc.
Memory Link
System Configuration
Recommended: OMRON V520-RH21-6
Temperature Controller
(E5 N, EJ1, etc.)
PLC
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CompoWay/F (direct display, ladderless communications)
RS-422A
Non-OMRON equipment
Ordering Information and
Specifications
GRT1 Series
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MEMO
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Ordering Information and Specifications
Standard Models .................................................................................................................. 20
■ Controllers............................................................................................................................................ 20
■ Options and Expansion Units............................................................................................................... 21
● Differences between the NSJ@-@@@@-G5D and NSJ@-@@@@-M3D .................................................................. 21
General Specifications.......................................................................................................... 22
■ NSJ Controllers.................................................................................................................................... 22
■ NSJ Expansion Units ........................................................................................................................... 22
Controller Section Specifications.......................................................................................... 23
Display Section Specifications.............................................................................................. 26
Communications Section Specifications............................................................................... 27
■ DeviceNet Section ............................................................................................................................... 27
■ Controller Link (Wired) ......................................................................................................................... 27
■ Ethernet Unit........................................................................................................................................ 28
■ Differences between the Built-in Ethernet and Ethernet Unit Ports ..................................................... 28
Support Software.................................................................................................................. 29
■ Ordering Information ............................................................................................................................ 29
Dimensions........................................................................................................................... 30
●International Standards
• 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.
• Contact your OMRON representative for further details and
applicable conditions for these standards.
●EC Directives
The EC Directives applicable to PLCs include the EMC Directives.
OMRON complies with these directives as described below.
● EMC Directives
Applicable Standards EMI: EN61131-2
EN61000-6-4
EMS: EN61131-2
EN61000-6-2
PLCs are electrical devices that are incorporated in machines and
manufacturing installations. OMRON PLCs conform to the related
EMC standards so that the devices and machines into which they are
built can more easily conform to EMC standards. The actual PLCs
have been checked to ensure conformity to EMC standards. Whether
these standards are satisfied for the actual system, however, must be
checked by the customer.
EMS-related performance will vary depending on the configuration,
wiring, and other conditions of the equipment or control panel in
which the PLC is installed. The customer must, therefore, perform
final checks to confirm that the overall machine or device conforms to
EMC standards.
Note: The applicable EMS standards depend on the product.
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Standard Models
■Controllers
NSJ@-@@@@-G5D
Controller Section
Name
I/O
Display Section
LD
FB
User
Extended
Number of
instruction
program
Data
program
data
Expansion
execution
memory
memory
memory
memory
Racks
time
(bytes)
Built-in
Display
device
5.7-inch
color Highluminance
TFT LCD
SYSMAC
One
1280
NSJpoints
series
NSJ
Controller
EM:
128
32
60
Kwords
Kwords
Ksteps (DM: 32
×3
Kwords)
banks
8.4-inch
color TFT
LCD
0.04 µs
3
Ethernet
Case
Effective
Resolution port
color display area
Ivory
117.2 ×
88.4 mm
(W × H)
Black (5.7 inches)
170.9 ×
128.2 mm
(W × H)
Black (8.4 inches)
12.1-inch
color TFT
LCD
Ivory
Black
Ivory
Black
215.2 ×
162.4 mm
(W × H)
(10.4
inches)
246.0 ×
184.5 mm
(W × H)
(12.1
inches)
Standards
NSJ5-TQ11-G5D
UC1, CE
UL Type4
Yes
NSJ5-TQ11B-G5D
NSJ8-TV01-G5D
Ivory
1024
KB
10.4-inch
color TFT
LCD
320 ×
240
(QVGA)
Model number
UC1, CE
Yes
NSJ8-TV01B-G5D
640 ×
480
(VGA)
NSJ10-TV01-G5D
Yes
NSJ10-TV01B-G5D
UC1, CE
UL Type4
800 ×
600
(SVGA)
NSJ12-TS01-G5D
Yes
NSJ12-TS01B-G5D
Note: Production of the NSJ@-@@@@(B)-M3D, NSJ5-SQ1@(B)-G5D, NSJ5-TQ10(B)-G5D, NSJ8-TV00(B)-G5D, NSJ10-TV00(B)-G5D and NSJ12-TS00(B)-G5D have
been discontinued at the end of September 2012.
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Standard Models
■Options and Expansion Units
Name
Specifications
Model
For increasing the number of Controller Link ports
NSJ Controller Link Unit
Same as the CJ1W-CLK21-V1 Controller Link Unit for the CJ Series.
Expansion NSJ Ethernet Unit
Units
NSJ I/O Control Unit
I/O Connecting Cables
Memory Cards
(for both Controller Section and
Display Section)
NSJW-ETN21
For adding CJ-series Expansion Racks.
Same as the CJ1W-IC101 I/O Control Unit for the CJ Series.
Use the following I/O Connecting Cables.
NSJW-IC101
0.3 m
CS1W-CN313
0.7 m
CS1W-CN713
2m
CS1W-CN223
3m
CS1W-CN323
5m
CS1W-CN523
10 m
CS1W-CN133
12 m
CS1W-CN133-B2
Flash memory: 128 MB
HMC-EF183
Flash memory: 256 MB
HMC-EF283
Flash memory: 512 MB
HMC-EF583
Memory Card Adapter (for computer PCMIA slot)
Connects computer, D-Sub 9-pin, Length: 2.0 m
Peripheral Device Connecting Cables
for the RS-232C port
Connects computer, D-Sub 9-pin, Length: 5.0 m
Connects computer, D-Sub 9-pin, Length: 2.0 m
Connects computer, D-Sub 9-pin, Length: 5.0 m
RS-422A Conversion Adapter
Battery life
NSJW-CLK21-V1
For increasing the number of Ethernet ports
Same as the CJ1W-ETN21 Ethernet Unit for the CJ Series.
For connecting CJ-series Expansion Racks.
Adapter for converting a RS-232C port to a RS422A/485 port.
Standards
HMC-AP001
Used for peripheral bus or
Host Link.
Anti-static connectors
XW2Z-200S-CV
Used for Host Link only.
Peripheral bus not
supported.
XW2Z-200S-V
XW2Z-500S-CV
UC1, CE
N, L, CE
N, L, CE
CE
---
XW2Z-500S-V
Communications distance:
500 m max.
NS-AL002
---
Communications distance:
50 m max.
CJ1W-CIF11
UC1,
CE, N, L
CJ1W-BAT01
CE
5 years at 25°C
● Differences between the NSJ@-@@@@-G5D and NSJ@-@@@@-M3D
Function
Model
NSJ@-@@@@-G5D
NSJ@-@@@@-M3D
(The following models are discontinued.)
UM capacity
60 Ksteps
20 Ksteps
I/O
1,280 points
640 points
Extended data memory
32 Kwords × 3 banks
None
EM file memory
Yes
None
Maximum number of Expansion Racks 3
1
FB program memory capacity
1024 KB
256 KB
Maximum number of FB definitions
1,024
128
Maximum number of FB instances
2,048
256
Variable table size
128 KB
64 KB
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General Specifications
Parts Names
Expansion Unit
RUN
Display Section
Controller Section
■NSJ Controllers
Specifications
Items
Model
Supply voltage
NSJ12-TS01-G5D
NSJ10-TV01-G5D
NSJ8-TV01-G5D
NSJ5-TQ11-G5D
24 VDC
Allowable supply voltage range
20.4 to 27.6 VDC (24 VDC ±15%)
Power consumption
30 W max.
Current consumption
Controller Section Internal 5 V: 500 mA max.
DeviceNet Section Internal 5 V: 200 mA max., External 24 V: 18 mA max.
Inrush current (See note 1.)
At 24 VAC: 10 A/20 ms max. for cold start at room temperature
TQ1@: 22 W max.
Ambient operating temperature
90° to 60°: 0 to 50°C
(depending on angle of display sur- 60° to 30°: 0 to 45°C
face off horizontal) (See note 2.)
30° to 0°: Use prohibited.
90° to 30°: 0 to 50°C
30° to 0°: 0 to 40°C
Ambient storage temperature
−20 to 60°C
Ambient operating humidity
0 to 40°C: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
40 to 50°C: 35% to 60% (with no condensation)
Ambient operating environment
No corrosive gases
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ min. (at 100 VDC) between DC external and GR terminals
Dielectric strength
800 VDC for 1 min between DC external and GR terminals, leakage current: 10 mA max.
Noise immunity
2 kV on power supply line (conforming to IEC 61000-4-4)
Vibration resistance
(during operation)
10 to 57 Hz, 0.075-mm amplitude, 57 to 150 Hz, acceleration: 9.8 m/s2 in X, Y, and Z directions for 80 minutes
Shock resistance
(during operation)
147 m/s2, 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions
External
dimensions
(See note 3.)
Without Expansion
Unit
315 × 241 × 73.3 mm (W × H × D)
With Expansion Unit 315 × 241 × 89.3 mm (W × H × D)
+1
+1
302 0 × 228 0 mm (W × H)
Panel thickness: 1.6 to 4.8 mm
Panel cutout dimensions
232 × 177 × 73.3 mm (W × H × D)
195 × 142 × 79 mm (W × H × D)
232 × 177 × 89.3 mm (W × H × D)
195 × 142 × 95 mm (W × H × D)
+0.50
+0.50
+0.50
+0.5
220.5 0
× 165.5 0 mm (W × H) 184 0
× 131 0 mm (W × H)
Panel thickness: 1.6 to 4.8 mm
Panel thickness: 1.6 to 4.8 mm
Grounding
100 Ω or less
Weight
2.7 kg max.
Degree of protection
Front operating panel: Equivalent to IP65 Oil-proof type and NEMA4 (See note 4.)
Battery life
5 years (at 25°C)
The SRAM and RTC will be backed up for 5 days after the battery runs low (i.e., after the indicator lights orange). The SRAM
and RTC will be backed up by a super capacitor for 5 minutes after removing the old battery (i.e., after turning ON power after 5
minutes).
International standards
Conforms to cULus and EC Directives.
2.5 kg max.
2.0 kg max.
1.1 kg max.
Front operating panel: Equivalent to
IP65 Oil-proof type, NEMA4 and UL
Type 4 (See note 4.)
Note 1. A delay circuit that charges a capacitor is used to limit the inrush current. If a hot start is performed when the power supply has been OFF only a short period
of time, the capacitor will still be charged and the inrush current specified above will be exceeded by up to approximately five times the specified value.
When selecting fuses or breakers for external circuits, allow sufficient margin in the melting temperatures, detection characteristics, and inrush current
Note 2. Display angles off horizontal are as follows:
90°
e
ac
urf
ys
pla
s
i
D
30°
Horizontal 0°
Note 3. For detailed information, refer to “Dimensions” on page 30.
Note 4. May not be applicable in locations with long-term exposure to oil.
■NSJ Expansion Units
Controller Link Unit
Ethernet Unit
Item
Model
Specifications
Specifications
Model
Current consumption
300 mA
Current consumption
370 mA
Weight
100 g max.
Weight
100 g max.
Note: Other general specifications are the same as the NSJ Controller.
I/O Control Unit
Item
Model
Specifications
NSJW-IC101
Current consumption
20 mA
Weight
100g max.
Note: Other general specifications are the same as the NSJ Controller.
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Item
NSJW-CLK21-V1
NSJW-ETN21
Note: Other general specifications are the same as the NSJ Controller.
Controller Section Specifications
Item
Specifications
Control method
Stored program
I/O control method
Cyclic scan and immediate processing are both possible.
Programming
Ladder diagram
CPU processing modes
Normal Mode, Parallel Processing Mode with Asynchronous Memory Access, Parallel Processing Mode with Synchronous
Memory Access, and Peripheral Servicing Priority Mode
Instruction length
1 to 7 steps per instruction
Ladder instructions
Approx. 400 (3-digit function codes)
Execution time
Basic instructions
Special instructions
0.04 µs min.
0.06 µs min.
Overhead time
Normal mode: 0.3 ms
Parallel processing: 0.3 ms
Installation
Installed using Panel Mounting Bracket.
Mountable Expansion Units
One of the following can be mounted as an Expansion Unit:
• NSJ I/O Control Unit (NSJW-IC101)
• NSJ Controller Link Unit (NSJW-CLK21-V1)
• NSJ Ethernet Unit (NSJW-ETN21)
Maximum number of Expansion
Racks
• With the NSJW-IC101 I/O Control Unit mounted, a maximum of three CJ-series Expansion Racks can be used with the
NSJ@-@@@@(B)-G5D.
• A CJ-series CJ1W-II101 Interface Unit and Power Supply Unit are required for each Expansion Rack.
Maximum number of connectable
Units
• Per Expansion Rack: 10 Units max. (Basic I/O Units, Special I/O Units, or CPU Bus Units)
• A maximum of 30 Units (10 Units on CJ-series Expansion Rack × 3) can be mounted to the entire NSJ@-@@@@(B)-G5D
system.
Number of tasks
288 (cyclic tasks: 32, interrupt tasks: 256)
Interrupt tasks can be defined as cyclic tasks called “extra cyclic tasks.” Including these, up to 288 cyclic tasks can be used.
Note 1. Cyclic tasks are executed each cycle and are controlled with TKON(820) and TKOF(821) instructions.
Note 2. The following 3 types of interrupt tasks are supported: Power OFF interrupt task: 1 max., Scheduled interrupt tasks:
2 max., External interrupt tasks: 256 max.
Interrupt types
Scheduled Interrupts: Interrupts generated at a time scheduled by the Controller Section’s built-in timer. (See note. 1)
Power OFF Interrupt (See note 2.): Interrupt executed when the Controller Section’s power is turned OFF.
External I/O Interrupts: Interrupts from the Special I/O Units or CPU Bus Units.
Note 1. Scheduled interrupt time interval is either 1 ms to 9,999 ms or 10 ms to 99,990 ms, in units of 1 ms or 10 ms.
Note 2. Not supported when the CJ1W-PD022 Power Supply Unit is mounted.
Calling subroutines from more than
one task
Supported using global subroutines.
Function blocks
Languages supported in function block definitions: Ladder programming language and structured text
I/O Area
2,560 (160 words): CIO 000000 to CIO 015915 (words CIO 0000 to CIO 0159)
The setting of the first rack word can be changed from the default (CIO 0000) so that CIO 0000 to CIO 0999
can be used.
I/O bits are allocated to Basic I/O Units.
Link Area
3,200 (200 words): CIO 10000 to CIO 119915 (words CIO 1000 to CIO 1199)
CPU Bus Unit
Area
6,400 (400 words): CIO 150000 to CIO 189915 (words CIO 1500 to CIO 1899)
CPU Bus Unit bits store operating status of CPU Bus Units. (25 words per Unit, 16 Units max.)
Inner Board Area
1,600 (100 words): CIO 190000 to CIO 199915 (words CIO 1900 to CIO 1999)
Bits in the Inner Board Area are allocated to the display status area.
CIO (Core I/O) C200H Special I/O
Unit Area
Area
15,360 (960 words): CIO 200000 to CIO 295915 (words CIO 2000 to CIO 2959)
Bits in the Special I/O Area can be allocated to Special I/O Units (10 words per Unit, 96 Units max.)
DeviceNet
Area
9,600 (600 words): CIO 320000 to CIO 379915 (words CIO 3200 to CIO 3799)
DeviceNet bits are allocated to Slaves for DeviceNet Section remote I/O communications when the master
function is used with fixed allocations.
Fixed allocation setting 1 Outputs: CIO 3200 to CIO 3263 Inputs: CIO 3300 to CIO 3363
Fixed allocation setting 2 Outputs: CIO 3400 to CIO 3463 Inputs: CIO 3500 to CIO 3563
Fixed allocation setting 3 Outputs: CIO 3600 to CIO 3663 Inputs: CIO 3700 to CIO 3763
Note: The following words are allocated to the master function even when the DeviceNet Unit is used as a
slave.
Fixed allocation setting 1 Outputs: CIO 3370 (master to slave) Inputs: CIO 3270 (slave to master)
Fixed allocation setting 2 Outputs: CIO 3570 (master to slave) Inputs: CIO 3470 (slave to master)
Fixed allocation setting 3 Outputs: CIO 3770 (master to slave) Inputs: CIO 3670 (slave to master)
CIO (Core I/O)
Area
4,800 (300 words): CIO 120000 to CIO 149915 (words CIO 1200 to CIO 1499)
37,504 (2,344 words): CIO 380000 to CIO 614315 (words CIO 3800 to CIO 6143)
These bits in CIO Area are used as work bits in programming to control program execution. They cannot be
used for external I/O.
Work Area
8,192 bits (512 words): W00000 to W51115 (words W000 to W511)
Control programs only. (I/O from external I/O terminals is not possible.)
Note: When using work bits in programming, use bits in Work Area first before using bits from other areas.
Work bits
Holding Area
8,192 bits (512 words): H00000 to H51115 (words H000 to H511)
Holding bits are used to control execution of program, and maintain their ON/OFF status when the PLC is
turned OFF or operating mode is changed.
Note: Words H512 to H1535 are allocated to the Function Block Holding Area and are used only for the function block instance area (internally allocated variable area).
Auxiliary Area
Read only: 7,168 bits (448 words): A00000 to A44715 (words A000 to A447)
Read/write: 8,192 bits (512 words): A44800 to A95915 (words A448 to A959)
Auxiliary bits are allocated specific functions.
The CIO Area
can be used as
work bits if the
bits are not
used as shown
here.
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Controller Section Specifications
Item
Temporary Area
Specifications
16 bits (TR00 to TR15) Temporary bits are used to store ON/OFF execution conditions at
program branches.
Timer Area
4,096: T0000 to T4095 (used for timers only)
Counter Area
4,096: C0000 to C4095 (used for counters only)
32 Kwords: D00000 to D32767
DM Area
Used to set parameters for Special I/O Units.
CPU Bus Unit DM Area: D30000 to
D31599 (100 words × 16 Units).
Used to set parameters for CPU Bus Units.
Used as a general-purpose
data area for reading and
writing data in word units (16
bits). Words in the DM Area
maintain their status when the
NSJ Controller is turned OFF or
the operating mode is changed.
EM Area
NSJ@-@@@@(B)-G5D:
32 Kwords per bank, 3 banks max.: E0_00000 to E2_32767 max.
Used as a general-purpose data area for reading and writing data in word units (16 bits). Words in EM Area maintain their
status when the NSJ Controller is turned OFF or operating mode is changed.
The EM Area is divided into banks, and addresses can be set by either of following methods.
Changing current bank using the EMBC (281) instruction and setting addresses for the current bank.
Setting bank numbers and addresses directly.
EM data can be stored in files by specifying number of first bank. (EM file memory)
Index Registers
IR0 to IR15. Store actual memory addresses for indirect addressing. Index registers can be used independently in each task.
One register is 32 bits (2 words). Index registers can be specified as shared or independent for each task.
Task Flag Area
32 (TK0000 to TK0031). Task Flags are read-only flags that are ON when corresponding cyclic task is executable and OFF
when corresponding task is not executable or in standby status.
Trace Memory
4,000 words (traceable data: 31 bits and 6 words)
File Memory
Memory Cards: Compact flash memory cards can be used (MS-DOS format).
EM file memory: Part of EM Area can be converted to file memory (MS-DOS format).
The NSJ@-@@@@(B)-M3D does not support EM file memory.
Functions
Constant cycle time
1 to 32,000 ms (Unit: 1 ms)
Note: Using the Parallel Processing Mode will create a constant cycle time for program execution.
Cycle time monitoring
Possible (Unit stops operating if cycle is too long): 10 to 40,000 ms (Unit: 10 ms)
Note: When the Parallel Processing Mode is used, the program execution cycle is monitored. Controller Section operation will
stop if the peripheral servicing time exceeds 2 s.
I/O refreshing
Cyclic refreshing, immediate refreshing, refreshing by IORF(097).
Note: IORF(097) refreshes I/O bits allocated to Basic I/O Units and Special I/O Units.
The CPU BUS UNIT I/O REFRESH (DLNK(226)) instruction can be used to refresh bits allocated to CPU Bus Units in
the CIO and DM Areas.
Timing of refreshing
for CPU Bus Units
Data links for Control Link Units, remote I/O communications for DeviceNet Units, and other special data for CPU Bus Units is
refreshed at the following times. During I/O refresh period or when CPU BUS UNIT I/O REFRESH (DLNK(226)) instruction is
executed.
I/O memory holding
when changing
operating modes
Depends on ON/OFF status of IOM Hold Bit in Auxiliary Area.
Load OFF
All outputs on Output Units can be turned OFF when the Controller Section is operating in RUN, MONITOR, or PROGRAM
mode.
Timer/counter PV
refresh method
BCD or binary (CX-Programmer version 3.0 or higher)
Input time constant
setting
Time constants can be set for inputs from CJ-series Basic I/O Units. The time constant can be increased to reduce influence of
noise and chattering or it can be decreased to detect shorter pulses on inputs.
Mode setting at
power-up
The operating mode can be specified.
Flash memory
• The user program and parameter area data (e.g., PLC Setup) are always backed up automatically in flash memory.
(automatic backup and restore.)
• When downloading projects from CX-Programmer Ver. 5.0 or higher, symbol table files (including CX-Programmer symbol
names, I/O comments), comment files (CX-Programmer rung comments, other comments), and program index files (CXProgrammer section names, section comments, or program comments) are stored in comment memory within the flash
memory.
Memory Card
functions
(Controller Section)
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Special I/O Unit DM Area: D20000 to
D29599 (100 words × 96 Units).
The bits on the left can be used
as work bits when they are not
used for their normal
application
Automatically reading programs
(autoboot) from the Memory Card when
the power is turned ON.
Possible
Program replacement during Controller
Section operation
Possible
Memory Card storage data
User program: Program file format
PLC Setup and other parameters: Data file format
I/O memory: Data file format (binary), text format, CSV format
Memory Card read/write method
User program instructions, Programming Devices (including CX-Programmer
and Programming Console), Host Link computers, Auxiliary Area control bits, easy
backup operation
Filing
(Controller Section)
Memory Card data and EM (Extended Data Memory) Area can be handled as files.
Debugging
Force-set/reset, differential monitoring, data tracing (scheduled, each cycle, or when instruction is executed), storing location
generating error.
Controller Section Specifications
Item
Specifications
Online editing
User programs can be overwritten in program block units when the Controller Section is in MONITOR or PROGRAM mode.
This function is not supported for block programming areas. With the CX-Programmer, more than one program block can be
edited at the same time.
Program protection
Overwrite protection: Set using DIP switch or via the password from CX-Programmer peripheral device.
Copy protection: Password set using CX-Programmer.
Error check
User-defined errors (i.e., user can define fatal errors and non-fatal errors)
The FPD(269) instruction can be used to check execution time and logic of each programming block.
Note: FAL and FALS instructions can be used to simulate errors.
Error log
Up to 20 errors are stored in error log. Information includes error code, error details, and time error occurred.
Note: The Controller Section can be set so that user-defined FAL errors are not stored in the error log.
Provided on all models.
Accuracy:
Clock
Ambient temperature
25°C
Monthly variation
−1.5 to +1.5 min
Note 1. Accuracy varies with the temperature.
Note 2. Used to store time when power is turned ON and when errors occur.
Functions
Power OFF
detection time
2 ms
Power OFF
detection delay time
0 ms fixed
Memory protection
Held Areas: Holding bits, Data Memory, Extended Data Memory, and status of counter Completion Flags and present values.
Note: If IOM Hold Bit in Auxiliary Area is turned ON, and PLC Setup is set to maintain IOM Hold Bit status when power to the
NSJ Controller is turned ON, contents of CIO Area, Work Area, part of Auxiliary Area, timer Completion Flag and present
values, Index Registers, and Data Registers will be saved.
Sending commands
FINS commands can be sent to a computer connected via Host Link System by executing Network Communications
to a Host Link computInstructions from the Controller Section.
er
Remote programming
and monitoring
Host Link communications can be used for remote programming and remote monitoring through a Controller Link System or
Ethernet network.
Eight-level
communications
Host Link communications can be used for remote programming and remote monitoring from devices on networks up to eight
levels away (Controller Link Network, Ethernet Network, or other network).
Storing comments in
CPU Unit
I/O comments can be stored as symbol table files in Memory Cards in the Controller Section, EM file memory, or Comment
Memory (see note).
Note: Supported for CX-Programmer Ver. 5.0 or later only.
Program check
Program checks are performed at the beginning of operation for items such as no END(001) instruction and instruction errors.
CX-Programmer can also be used to check programs.
Battery life
5 years at 25°C (The battery life depends on the ambient operating temperature; 1.1 years min.)
(Battery set: CJ1W-BAT01; Use a Replacement Battery that is within two years of its date of manufacture.)
Self-diagnostics
Controller Section errors (watchdog timer), I/O bus errors, memory errors, and battery errors
Other functions
Storage of number of times power has been interrupted. (Stored in A514.)
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Display Section Specifications
Built-in ports
Model
USB port
(Slave: For
Support
Software)
RS-232C port
Display Section
DeviceNet
Ethernet port
port
USB port
(Host: For
printer)
Display color
NSJ5-TQ11-G5D
10/
100Base-T
None
NSJ8-TV01-G5D
NSJ8-TV01B-G5D
1 port
NSJ10-TV01-G5D
10/
100Base-T
256 colors
(BMP/JPEG,
32,768 colors
for images)
1 port
10/
100Base-T
NSJ10-TV01B-G5D
NSJ12-TS01-G5D
10/
100Base-T
NSJ12-TS01B-G5D
1 port
Language
Standard
screen data
capacity
Right/left: ±80°,
Top: 80°,
Bottom: 60°
(See note 1.)
NSJ5-TQ11B-G5D
3 ports
•Display
Section:
Serial ports
A, B
•Controller
Section:
Serial port
Field of view
Right/left: ±80°,
Top: 80°, Bottom:
60°
(See note 1.)
Right/left: ±70°,
Top: 65°, Bottom:
65°
(See note 1.)
Eight
languages
60 MB
(See note 2.)
Right/left: ±80°,
Top: 80°, Bottom:
80°
(See note 1.)
Note 1. LotNo.15Z10 or later of NS5 models, LotNo. 28X11 or later of NS8 models, LotNo. 11Y11 or later of NS10 models, LotNo. 14Y11 or later of NS12 models.
Note 2. Japanese, English, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Spanish, Italian, German, and French.
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Communications Section Specifications
■DeviceNet Section
Item
Specifications
Communications protocol
DeviceNet
DeviceNet master/slave
Can function as master or slave.
Connection forms
(See note 1.)
Combination of multi-drop and T-branch connections (for trunk or branch lines)
Terminating resistance.
SW4 (TER) is used to connect/disconnect terminating resistance. The TER indicator lights when terminating resistance is connected.
Baud rate
500 kbps, 250 kbps, or 125 kbps (Set via DIP switch.)
Communications distances
Baud rate
Network length
Branch line length
Total branch line length
500 kbps
100 m max.
6 m max.
39 m max.
250 kbps
250 m max. (See note 2.)
6 m max.
78 m max.
125 kbps
500 m max. (See note 2.)
6 m max.
156 m max.
Max. number of Slaves
63 Slaves
Error control
CRC error check, node address redundancy check, scan list verification
Cable
Special 5-wire cable (2 signal lines, 2 power lines, 1 shield line)
Note 1. Terminating resistance is required at both ends of the trunk line.
Note 2. Communications distances are for Thick Cables. Keep the maximum network length to 100 m or less when using Thin Cables.
■Controller Link (Wired)
Item
Specifications
Communications method
N: N token bus
Code
Manchester code
Modulation
Baseband code
Synchronization
Flag synchronization (conforms to HDLC frames)
Error control
Manchester code checks and CRC checks (CCITT X16+X12+X5+1)
Transmission path form
Multi-drop bus
Baud rate and maximum
transmission distance
The maximum transmission distance varies with the baud rate as follows:
2 Mbps: 500 m
1 Mbps: 800 m
500 Kbps: 1 km
Media
Specified shielded twisted-pair cable
Number of signal lines: 2, shield line: 1
Node connection method
NSJ Controller Link Unit: Connected via a special connector (included)
PLC: Connected to a terminal block
IBM PC/AT or compatible: Connected via a special connector (included)
Maximum number of nodes
32 or 62 nodes (See note 1.)
Communications functions
Data links and message service
Number of data link words
• Transmission area per node: 1,000 words max.
• Data link area (send/receive words) per node
NSJ Controller: 20,000 words
CS/CJ Series: 20,000 words max. (unit Ver. 1.2 or later)
12,000 words max. (pre-Ver. 1.2)
C200HX/HG/HE, CVM1/CV, CQM1H: 8,000 words max.
Personal computer: 32,000 or 62,000 words max. (See note 2.)
Data link areas
Bit-access areas (IR, AR, LR, CIO), DM Area (DM), and extended DM Area (EM)
Message length
2,012 bytes max. (including the header)
RAS functions
• Polling node backup function
• Self-diagnosis function (hardware checking at startup)
• Echoback test and broadcast test (using the FINS command)
• Watchdog timer
• Error log function
Note 1. At least one Repeater Unit (CS1W-RPT01) is required to construct networks that uses a node address higher than 32. The following Controller Link Units/Support Boards must also be used, and the Wired Network 62 Node Enable Bit of the DM Parameter Area software switch of all nodes must be turned ON (62
nodes max.).
CS1W-CLK23, CJ1W-CLK23, 3G8F7-CLK23, and NSJW-CLK21-V1
Note 2. For a maximum configuration of 62 nodes
For other specifications, refer to the Controller Link Unit Operation Manual (Cat. No. W309).
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Communications Section Specifications
■Ethernet Unit
Item
Specifications
Type
100Base-TX (can be used as 10Base-T)
Media access method
CSMA/CD
Modulation method
Baseband
Transmission paths
Star form
Baud rate
100 Mbps (100Base-TX)
100 Mbps (10Base-T)
Transmission media
Unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) cable
Categories: 5, 5e
Shielded twisted-pair (STP) cable
Categories: 100 Ω at 5, 5e
Unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) cable
Categories: 3, 4, 5, 5e
Shielded twisted-pair (STP) cable
Categories: 100 Ω at 3, 4, 5, 5e
Transmission distance
100 m (distance between hub and node)
Number of cascade connections
2
Functions
• FINS communications service
• Socket services (UDP/TCP)
• FTP server
• Email send/receive
• Automatic clock adjustment
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Note: Refer to the Ethernet Units Construction of Networks Operation Manual (Cat. No. W420) and the Ethernet Units Construction of Applications Operation Manual
(Cat. No. W421) for other specifications.
■Differences between the Built-in Ethernet and Ethernet Unit Ports
Built-in Ethernet port
Ethernet Unit port
Communications with another
host (PLC)
Ethernet
NSJ
NSJ
PLC
Communications is possible with another host via Ethernet.
For example, from one NSJ Controller, data can be displayed or Same functions as at left.
settings can be made to another NSJ Controller or PLC.
■Support Software Connections
CX-One (CX-Programmer, CX-Designer, etc.) can be used via
Ethernet.
Connection with a host computer Screen data and ladder programs can be transferred from a
Same functions as at left, plus the following:
host computer.
Host computer
• A Memory Card in the Controller Section can be accessed.
■Access to a Memory Card in the Display Section
• The clock can be set using SNTP
A memory card in the Display Section can be accessed using
• TCP/IP support (See note.)
Support Software or FTP and Ethernet. For example, Display
(The Memory Card in the Display Section cannot be
Ethernet
Section recipe data and alarm or data log files can be
accessed.)
downloaded from a host computer.
NSJ
■Access to the Host from a Host Application
Note: Ethernet (FINS/TCP) not supported by CX-Programmer.
A host computer can access the Controller Section using FINS
communications. For example, an application on a host
computer can read or data can be written to the NSJ data
memory (DM) (UDP only).
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E-mail
---
E-mail can be sent and received.
Communications using ladder
programming
---
• Socket communications are possible using the CMND
instruction.
• SEND/RCV instructions
Support Software
■Ordering Information
Product name
FA Integrated Tool
Package CX-One
Ver.4.@
Specifications
Number of licenses
The CX-One is a comprehensive software package that
integrates Support Software for OMRON PLCs and
components.
CX-One runs on the following OS.
Windows XP (Service Pack 3 or higher, 32-bit version) /
Windows Vista (32-bit/64-bit version) /
Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit version) /
Windows 8 (32-bit/64-bit version) /
Windows 8.1 (32-bit/64-bit version) /
Windows 10 (32-bit/64-bit version)
1 licence
(See note.)
Media
DVD
Model
CXONE-AL01D-V4
Standards
---
CX-One Ver.4.@ includes CX-Designer Ver.3.@.
For details, refer to the CX-One catalog (Cat. No. R134).
Note: Multi licenses (3, 10, 30, or 50 licenses) and DVD media without licenses are also available for the CX-One.
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Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
NSJ12-TS01(B)-G5D
NSJ10-TV01(B)-G5D
With NSJW-CLK21-V1 Mounted
No Expansion Unit
32.2
140 241
227
249
RESET
Precaution for Correct Use
69.1 78
PORT B
43.6
39 (min.)
42 (max.)
15.5
7.5
264
315
323
PORT A
73.3
(NSJ10, 12 max. dimension)
89.3
(With Expansion Unit mounted)
1.1
(90.4)
NSJ8-TV01(B)-G5D
With NSJW-CLK21-V1 Mounted
No Expansion Unit
8.4
45.7
177
165
188
RESET
55.6 64.5
PORT B
15.5
180
7.5
232
PORT A
39 (min.)
42 (max.)
73.3
(NSJ8 max. dimension)
89.3
(With Expansion Unit mounted)
1.1
(90.4)
NSJ5-TQ11(B)-G5D
With NSJW-CLK21-V1 Mounted
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6.5
142
195
206.3
153.3
130.5
15.5
145
5
53.8
79
95
(With Expansion Unit mounted)
(96.1)
23.7 25.4
81.5
34 (min.)
38 (max.)
(NSJ5 max. dimension)
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No Expansion Unit
1.1
77
44.55
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