CJ Series Loop CPU Unit [email protected] CSM_CJ1G-CPU4_P_DS_E_5_2 Integrated Loop Control and Sequence Control • Incorporate the engine for controlling analog values (e.g. temperature, pressure, flow rate) and the engine for executing sequence control in the CPU Unit. • Deliver high-speed sequence control and high-speed, advanced analog value control in a single Unit. CJ1G-CPU45P Features • • • • • • • • • High-speed execution of function blocks for multi-loop control with an operation cycle of 10 ms All functions achieved by using only function blocks (operation functions/designation of field input/output) Almost all control types freely achieved by combining function blocks Function blocks with high-speed execution High-speed I/O refreshing with the CPU Unit using user link tables Designate I/O memory in the CPU Unit using registered tags Simulated software connections between function blocks Specify the order of operations in function block diagrams Easily create a SCADA interface with the HMI function 1 [email protected] System Configuration Loop Controller Analog Input/Output Unit CPU Unit HMI function I/O memory Allocated Allocated ITEMs ITEMs from control, operation, Allocated and external External controller controller ITEMs blocks blocks Control and operation blocks Field Terminals * Basic I/O Unit HMI data in specified bank of EM area User link table I/O memory Tag A Tag B Tag C Tag D CSV tags specified. Computer CSV tags specified. Userspecified words * Sequence table and step ladder blocks Ex: Wiring of ITEM data in operation blocks using FINS commands User Program *: Data is exchanged via allocated words in the CPU Unit's CIO Area CMND All functions are achieved by software wiring between any combinations of function blocks. Field Terminal block Input 1 of Analog Input Unit Input 2 of Analog Input Unit Operation block Control block PID Analog Input Addition /Subtraction Field Terminal block Output of Analog Output Unit Analog output Field Terminal block Analog input CJ1 Loop Control Units International Standards • The standards are abbreviated as follows: U: UL, U1: UL (Class I Division 2 Products for Hazardous Locations), C: CSA, US: cULus, UC1: cULus (Class I Division 2 Products for Hazardous Locations), CU: cUL, N: NK, L: Lloyd, and CE: EC Directives. • Contact your OMRON representatives for further details and applicable conditions for these standards. Specifications Product name CJ1G Loop-control CPU Units Current consumption (A) CPU Unit I/O capacity/ Mountable Units (Expansion Racks) 1,280 points/ 40 Units (3 Expansion Racks max.) 960 points/ 30 Units (2 Expansion Racks max.) Program capacity 60K steps 30K steps 20K steps 10K steps Data memory capacity LD instruction execution time Model 5V 24 V 1.06 (See note.) − 1.06 (See note.) 1.06 (See note.) 1.06 (See note.) − CJ1G-CPU44P − CJ1G-CPU43P − CJ1G-CPU42P Standards CJ1G-CPU45P 128K words (DM: 32K words, EM: 32K words × 3 banks) 64K words (DM: 32K words, EM: 32K words × 1 bank) Loop Controller 0.04 μs Number of function blocks: 300 blocks max. Number of function blocks: 50 blocks max. CJ1G-CPU45P-GTC UC1, CE Note: Current consumptions include current for a Programming Console. Add 0.15 A per Adapter when using NT-AL001 RS-232C/RS-422A Adapters. Add 0.04 A per Adapter when using CJ1W-CIF11 RS-422A Adapters. 2 C[email protected] Specifications Item Product name Model numbers Data exchange method with CPU Unit Specification Loop-control CPU Unit [email protected]@P Words in Auxiliary Area in CPU Unit Loop Controller → CPU Unit: Operation status, PV error input ON, MV error input ON, occurrence of execution error, function block database error, cold start ready for hot start command, flash memory backup in progress, function blocks changed, etc. CPU Unit → Loop Controller: Hot/cold start command at power ON User allocations in I/O memory User memory tables used to allocate function block ITEM data for user-specified memory in the CPU Unit (CIO, Work, HR, DM, or EM Area (bank 0, but also banks 1 to 12 for Ver. 3.0 or later)). EM Area (bank number) allocations (for SCADA software) HMI function used allocate function block ITEM data for Control, Operation, External Controller, and System Common blocks in the specified bank of the EM Area in the CPU Unit. The real PV in calibration mode can be allocated (Ver. 3.0 or later). Setting None Indicators Loop-control CPU Units: 2 LEDs (RUN and ready) Super capacitor backup data All function block data (including Step Ladder Program commands), stored error log data Super capacitor backup time CJ Series ([email protected]@P): 5 min at 25°C (Backed up by the Battery in the CPU Unit.) Data stored in flash memory Function block data Backup from RAM to flash memory Executed from CX-Process Tool (as required). Recovery from flash memory to RAM Automatic at power ON if startup mode is set for a cold start, or executed from CX-Process Tool (as required). Influence on CPU Unit cycle time Loop-control CPU Unit ([email protected]@P): 0.8 ms max. (Depends on function block contents.) Current consumption (supplied from Power Supply Unit) Loop-control CPU Unit: 1.06 A at 5 VDC Note: Increased by 150 mA when NT-AL001 Link Adapter is used. Standard accessories None 3 [email protected] Function Specifications Item Description Operation method Function block method Total CJ1G-CPU42P: 71 blocks max., CJ1G-CPU43/44/45P: 501 blocks max. Analog operation Sequential Control Number of function blocks Control Blocks PID and other control functions Operation Blocks Alarm, square root operation, time operations, pulse train operation, and other operation functions for various processes LCB01: 50 blocks max., LCB03: 300 blocks max. Step Ladder Program block Logic sequence and step sequence functions 4,000 commands max. 100 commands/1 block max. Can be divided into 100 steps max. 100 commands/1 step max. Field Terminal block Analog I/O function with Analog I/O Unit, contact I/O function with Basic I/O Unit 80 blocks max. User link tables Analog data I/O and contact data I/O function for CPU Unit Can be added to CSV tags. 2,400 data max. HMI function Control/Operation Blocks LCB01: 50 blocks max. + 20 send/receive words LCB03: 300 blocks max. + 20 I/O function for function block ITEM data for Control, Operation, send/receive words External Controller, and System Common blocks for CPU Unit System Common Block 20 send/receive words Real PV Input Monitor Area LCB01: 50 words max. LCB03: 300 words max. I/O block System Common block System common operation cycle setting, run/stop command, load rate monitor, etc. Single block Function block data preparation/ download Function block data prepared by CX-Process Tool (sold separately) and downloaded to Loop Controller Common to all function blocks • Operation of all function blocks by turning power ON to the PLC (Hot or cold start can be specified.) For cold starts, function block data is transferred from flash memory to RAM. • Function block operation can be stopped by CX-Process Tool or FINS command. • Hot start (state active before Board was stopped is continued before operation is started) or cold start (all state signals and function block internally held values are cleared before operation is started) is possible by CX-Process Tool or FINS command. Function block execution conditions For individual function block Execution of function blocks Function block operation can be stopped and hot start (state active before Unit was stopped is continued before operation is started) is possible by CX-Process Tool or FINS command. Function block operation cycle Standard: Operation of all function blocks is executed at the same operation cycle preset to ITEM 004 in the System Common block. Settable operation cycles: 0.1 s, 0.2 s, 0.5 s, 1 s, 2 s (default: 1 s) Note: Cannot be set to the same operation cycle for some function blocks. Option: Operation of individual function blocks is executed at the same operation cycle preset to ITEM 004 in the System Common block. Settable operation cycles: 0.01 seconds, 0.02 seconds, 0.05 seconds, 0.1 seconds, 0.2 seconds, 0.5 seconds, 1 second, and 2 seconds (default: 1 second) Note: The external I/O response cycle on a single control loop does not necessarily match the operation cycle. The response cycle is heavily dependent on the CPU Unit's cycle time. (See the external I/O response cycle item below.) Function blocks supporting high-speed operation The following operation cycles can be set for the blocks listed below: 0.01, 0.02, and 0.05 s. Control/Operation blocks: Block Models 016, 150, 151, 155 to 157, 167, 182 to 184, 186, and 221 to 224 Sequence control and Field Terminal blocks Execution of LCB load rate function blocks The "LCB load rate" refers to the ratio between the actually applied execution time and preset operation cycle. The maximum value and current value are displayed for each operation cycle group on the CX-Process Tool. A LCB load rate of 80% or less is required in all operation cycle groups. When the load rate exceeds 80% for 6 seconds, the LCB load rate automatically changes to the next longer operation cycle. (This is called the "automatic operation cycle switching function.") Note: The High Load Alarm Flag (A42408) turns ON if the load rate exceeds 80% for 6 seconds consecutively (non-fatal Inner Board error). (If execution is not possible within the operation cycle, the operation cycle will be extended.) If this happens, select the function blocks that can have longer operation cycles and increase their operation cycles. If the load rate is still too high, processing of the function blocks must be separated for processing by additional Loop Control Units. External I/O response cycle The time from external input of analog signals up to external output of analog signals on a single control loop depends on the function block's operation cycle and the CPU Unit's cycle time. 4 [email protected] Item Description The maximum number of loops that can be used if the LCB load rate is 80% for a standard applications (e.g., with each loop consisting of one Ai4 Terminal, Segment Linearizer, Basic PID, and A04 terminal) is shown in the following table. CJ1G-CPU43P/44P/45P (LCB03) Operation cycle: Maximum number of loops Number of control loops 0.01 s: 20 loops 0.02 s: 35 loops 0.05 s: 70 loops 0.1 s: 100 loops 0.2 s: 150 loops 0.5 s: 150 loops 1 s: 150 loops 2 s: 150 loops CJ1G-CPU42P (LCB01) Operation cycle: Maximum number of loops Internal Operation 0.01 s: 20 loops 0.02 s: 25 loops 0.05 s: 25 loops 0.1 s: 25 loops 0.2 s: 25 loops 0.5 s: 25 loops 1 s: 25 loops 2 s: 25 loops Number of operations LCB01: Max. 50 blocks for process (excluding LCB03: Max. 30 blocks control) Control method Alarm Sequential control Step (Use only ladders one or the other) LCB01: Max. 20 blocks per Board and total max. 2,000 commands per Board LCB03: Max. 200 blocks per Board and total max. 4,000 commands per Board Loop Controllers common: Divisible to 100 commands max. per block and 100 steps max. per block (100 commands max. per step) PID control PID with 2 degrees of freedom Possible control type combinations Basic PID control, cascade control, feedforward control, sample PI control, dead time compensation, PID control with differential gap, override control, program control, time-proportional control and other control types can be achieved by combining function blocks. Integrated into PID block 4 PV alarms (high/high limit, high limit, low limit, low/low limit) per PID block, 1 deviation alarm Alarm block High/Low Alarm block, Deviation Alarm block Internal analog signal Min. −320.00% to max. +320.00% Scaling of the engineering units depends on the CX-Process Tool (sold separately). Operating status monitor method Executed by commercially available SCADA software. In the SCADA software, CSV tags set on the CX-Process Tool are specified. External I/O System common status signals External I/O signals By data exchange with Analog I/O Unit via the Field Terminal block External contact I/O signals By data exchange with Basic I/O Unit via the Field Terminal block CPU Unit analog data I/O By data exchange with CPU Unit I/O memory via user link tables CPU Unit contact data I/O By data exchange with CPU Unit I/O memory via user link tables Analog/contact I/O with SCADA software Data transfer between Loop Controller and I/O memory in CPU CJ1G-CPU42P: 2,040 Unit for Control, Operation, and External Controller blocks using CJ1G-CPU43/44/45P: 12,040 HMI function FINS command to Loop Controller Read/write of ITEMs in Loop Controller function blocks and execution of run/stop commands are possible from the CPU Unit (including other networked nodes) or host computer by issuing the following FINS commands to the Loop Controller. • READ MULTIPLE ITEMS IN FUNCTION BLOCK (0240 HEX) • WRITE MULTIPLE ITEMS IN FUNCTION BLOCK (0241 HEX) • READ ITEM IN MULTIPLE FUNCTION BLOCKS (0242 HEX) • WRITE ITEM IN MULTIPLE FUNCTION BLOCKS (0243 HEX) • READ UNIT INFORMATION (0501 HEX) • ECHOBACK TEST (0801 HEX) • READ ERROR LOG (2102 HEX) • CLEAR ERROR LOG (2103 HEX) Status output signal for sequence control Constantly ON flags, constantly OFF flags, clock pulse (ON/OFF every 0.5 and 1 seconds) Clock timing output signal Differential output at 00:00 every day, noon every day, every 10 minutes, every minute and every 10 seconds Note: The CPU Unit's clock data are read as these clock data. Calendar/clock output signal Year, year/month, month/hour, day/time, hour/minute and minute/second Note: The CPU Unit's clock data is read as these clock data. Error display Total number of I/O points: (max. 8 points on Analog Input Unit or Analog Output Unit, or max. 96 points on Basic I/O Unit) × 80 blocks Total number of I/O points: 2,400 By front panel indicators: hardware test error, function block database error, battery error Storage of function block execution-related error codes to ITEM 003 of each function block: source/ destination designation error, illegal function block combination, illegal parameter, etc. 5 [email protected] Software Specifications The following software (sold separately) is required to use the Loop Controller: • CX-Process Tool (included in CX-One): Tool for preparing function block data (essential) CX-Process Tool Specifications Item Product name Applicable PLCs Computer Applicable computer Specification CX-Process Tool (Included in CX-One Package) CS/CJ-series IBM PC/AT or compatible Operating system (OS) (See Note.1, 2) Microsoft Windows XP (Service Pack 3 or higher), Vista or 7 Japanese or English System CPU Proceccor recommended by Microsoft. Memory Memory recommended by Microsoft. Hard disk Approx. 2.8 GB or more of available memory is required to install all of the CX-One. Display XGA (1,024 × 768). High Color (16-bit) or higher. Disk Drive CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive Software that must be installed with the CX-Process Tool Connection with CPU Unit (or Serial Communications Board/Unit) Connecting method Connection via Controller Link Connection via Ethernet CX-Server or FinsGateway Using FinsGateway Serial Unit Driver Communications protocol with PLC: Host Link or Peripheral Bus *2 • Connect the computer to the peripheral port or built-in RS-232C port of the CPU Unit, or the RS-232C port of a Serial Communications Unit/Board. • Connecting cable: When connecting to the CPU Unit peripheral port: [email protected]@@ (2 m, 6 m) When connecting to the CPU Unit’s RS-232C port: [email protected]@@[email protected] (2 m, 5 m) Using CX-Server Communications protocol with PLC: Host Link or Peripheral Bus (The compatible connecting cables are the same as the ones shown above for the FinsGateway connection.) Using FinsGateway CLK (PCI) Driver Install the driver in a computer equipped with a Controller Link Support Board (PCI slot) to support communications between the computer and PLCs equipped with a Controller Link Unit. Using FinsGateway Install the driver in a computer equipped with a Controller Link Support Board (ISA Controller Link Driver slot) to support communications between the computer and PLCs equipped with a or CX-Server Controller Link Unit. Using FinsGateway ETN_UNIT Driver or CX-Server Install the driver in a computer equipped with an Ethernet to support communications between the computer and PLCs equipped with an Ethernet Unit. Offline operation functions • Setting of function block ITEM data (including System Common block settings) • Software wiring of analog signals • Inserting, and printing text-string comments (memos) in block or ladder diagrams. • Describing Step Ladder Program block commands • Creating sequence tables Online operation functions • Downloading of function block data (download/upload to and from Loop Controller) • Run/stop command for Loop Controller (all function blocks) • System monitor run status: Monitoring/manipulation of System Common block (Block Model 000) (including monitoring of LCB load rate) • Loop Controller monitor run status: Confirmation of function block wiring operation (including operation stop/stop cancel on each function block), confirmation of Step Ladder Program operation, and validation of sequence tables • Initializing Loop Controller memory (RAM) • Autotuning PID constants and other parameters. *1. CX-One Operating System Precaution: 1)System requirements and hard disk space may vary with the system environment. 2)Except for Windows XP 64-bit version. *2. Peripheral Bus cannot be used when FinsGateway V3 is used. Note: The CX-Process functions that can be used depend on the version. For details, refer to the operation manuals (Cat.No.: [email protected] and [email protected]). 6 [email protected] Functional Element Versions and Programming Devices The Programming Device that supports the functional element version code must be used to enable all the functions in the corresponding functional element. Note: Upgrading versions is not necessary if only the basic functions of the CPU Unit element are required. Loop Controller Element Loop Controller Functional element name LCB01 LCB03 LCB03-GTC Functional element version Programming Device CX-Process Tool Ver.1.0 Ver. 3.0 or higher Ver.1.5 Ver. 3.2 or higher Ver.2.0 Ver. 4.0 or higher Ver.3.0 Ver. 5.0 or higher Ver.3.5 Ver. 5.2 or higher Ver.3.6 Ver. 5.23 or higher Ver.2.0 Ver. 4.0 or higher Ver.3.0 Ver. 5.0 or higher Ver.3.5 Ver. 5.2 or higher Ver.3.6 Ver. 5.23 or higher Ver.3.0 Ver. 5.1 or higher CX-Programmer (See note.) − 7 [email protected] External Interface A CJ1-series CPU Unit provides two communications ports for external interfaces: a peripheral port and an RS-232C port. LED Indicators DIP Switch (Inside the battery compartment) Used for initial settings. Memory Card Indicators MCPWR (green): Lit when power is supplied to Memory Card. BUSY (orange): Lit when Memory Card is being accessed. RUN SYSMAC CJ1G-CPU44P ERR/ALM INH Battery Compartment PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER PRPHL COMM OPEN Memory Card Power Supply Switch Press the power supply switch to disconnect power before removing the Memory Card. Also, press the Memory Card Power Supply Switch to perform an easy backup operation. MCPWR BUSY Peripheral Port Connected to Programming Devices, such as a Programming Console or host computers. PERIPHERAL Memory Card Connector Connects the Memory Card to the CPU Unit. RS-232C Port Connected to Programming Devices (excluding Programming Consoles), Host Computers, general-purpose external devices, Programmable Terminals, and other devices. PORT Memory Card Eject Button Press the eject button to remove te Memory Card from the CPU Unit. Peripheral port The peripheral port is used to connect a Programming Device (including a Programming Console) or a host computer. It can also be used as an RS-232C port by connecting a suitable cable, such as the CS1W-CN118 or [email protected] The connector pin arrangement when using a connecting cable for an RS-232C port is shown below. 1 9 CS1W-CN118 Pin No. 1 6 5 Signal Name Direction − − − 2 SD (TXD) Send data Output 3 RD (RXD) Receive data Input 4 RS (RTS) Request to send Output 5 CS (CTS) Clear to send Input 6 Reserved None − 7 − − − 8 − − − 9 SG (0V) Signal ground − FG Protection earth − Connector hood 8 [email protected] Dimensions (Unit: mm) CPU Units Loop-control CPU Units CJ1G-CPU42P CJ1G-CPU43P CJ1G-CPU44P CJ1G-CPU45P 2.7 RUN SYSMAC CJ1G-CPU45P ERR/ALM INH PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER LCB03 RDY EXEC INNER LOOP CONTROLLER PRPHL COMM OPEN MCPWR BUSY 90 PERIPHERAL PORT 2.7 65 73.9 69 About Manuals Cat. No. Name Contents W406 SYSMAC CS/CJ Series CS1W-LCB01, CS1W-LCB05, [email protected]@P, and [email protected]@P Operation Manuals Describes the basic running of the Loop Control Boards (excluding detailed descriptions of the function blocks). W407 SYSMAC CS/CJ Series CS1W-LCB01, CS1W-LCB05, [email protected]@P, and [email protected]@P Function Block Reference Manual Provides detailed information on the function blocks. W444 [email protected]@[email protected] CX-One FA Integrated Tool Package Setup Manual Provides an overview of the CX-One FA Integrated Tool and installation procedures. W372 SYSMAC CS/CJ Series CX-Process Tool Operation Manual Describes operation of the CX-Process Tool. W418 Faceplate Auto-Builder for NS Operation Manual Describes operation of the software that generates NS-series PT projects from a SCADA CSV file output by the CX-Process Tool. W393 SYSMAC CJ Series Programmable Controllers Operation Manual CJ1G/[email protected]@H, [email protected]@P, [email protected]@, [email protected]@ Provides an outlines of and describes the design, installation, maintenance, and other basic operations for the CJ-series PLCs. W394 SYSMAC CS/CJ Series Programmable Controllers Programming Manual CS1G/[email protected]@-EV1, CS1G/[email protected]@H, [email protected]@H, [email protected]@S, CJ1G/[email protected]@H, [email protected]@P, [email protected]@, [email protected]@ Describes programming and other methods to use the functions of the CS/CJ-series PLCs. W340 SYSMAC CS/CJ Series Programmable Controllers Instructions Reference Manual CS1G/[email protected]@-EV1, CS1G/[email protected]@H, [email protected]@H, [email protected]@S, CJ1G/[email protected]@H, [email protected]@P, [email protected]@, [email protected]@ Describes programming and other methods to use the functions of the CS/CJ-series PLCs. 9 Terms and Conditions Agreement Read and understand this catalog. Please read and understand this catalog before purchasing the products. Please consult your OMRON representative if you have any questions or comments. Warranties. (a) Exclusive Warranty. Omron’s exclusive warranty is that the Products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of twelve months from the date of sale by Omron (or such other period expressed in writing by Omron). Omron disclaims all other warranties, express or implied. (b) Limitations. 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