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Multifunction Counter/Tachometer
H7CX-@-N
Ultra-compact Counter Provides More
Complete Functionality.
Basic Features
• Short body with depth of only 59 mm (for 12 to 24-VDC Models with Screw Terminals).*1
• Better readability with character height of 12 mm on 4-digit models and 10 mm
on 6-digit models.
• The present value display characters can be switched between red, green, and orange.*2
Safety and Reliability
• New set value limit and counter functions have been added.
Other Features
• Front Panel can be changed to white or light gray.*3
• New models with two tachometer inputs and two tachometer outputs have
been added to the series.*4
*1.For 100 to 240-VAC Models with Screw Terminals: 78 mm, Models with Sockets: 63.7 mm
(case dimension).
*2.The H7CX-A11 and H7CX-R11 have only red characters.
*3.The Front Panel can be replaced with an optional Front Panel (except for Tachometer-only Models).
*4.Only one prescale value provided.
For the most recent information on models that have been certified for
safety standards, refer to your OMRON website.
Refer to Safety Precautions on page 52.
Features
Basic Features
Safety and Reliability
Ultra Short Body
Isolated Power Supply and Input Circuits
The body depth has been greatly reduced. Helps in making thinner control panels.
Power supply circuit and input circuits are isolated inside the Counter/
Tachometer. Previous non-isolated counters had wiring restrictions
and could be damaged if wired incorrectly. The H7CX removes these
worries.
Note: Except 12 to 24-VDC models.
12 to 24-VDC Models with Screw Terminals: 59 mm
100 to 240-VAC Models with Screw Terminals: 78 mm*
Models with Sockets: 63.7 mm (case dimension)
* Power supply circuit and input circuits are isolated for safety and reliability.
Set Value Limit
You can set an upper limit for the set value to prevent unexpected
operation of output devices caused by setting mistakes.
New models Previous
models
Easier to Read
For better readability, the character height for the present value
display is 12 mm on models with 4 digits, the largest class in the
industry. The wide viewing angle and brightness provide excellent
visibility. The number of display segments has also been increased to
make settings easier to understand, and the present value display
can be switched between red, green, and orange so that output status
can be seen from a distance.
Model with 4 Digits
For 1,000 pieces
Model with 6 Digits
12 mm
(actual size)
10 mm
(actual size)
(Display example)
Setting the upper limit of the set
value enables worry-free operation.
New Previous
models models
No overflow
Output Counter
Easy to read from the top, bottom,
and sides!
Note: The display color can be switched on all models except for the
H7CX-A11 and H7CX-R11.
The output counter counts the number of times the output turns ON
(alarms can be displayed and the count can be monitored in
increments of 1,000 operations). This counter is useful in managing
the service life of the Counter/Tachometer or the load.
The Easiest Operation
Operation is simplified by the
Up/Down Key for each digit
on 4-digit models and Up
Key for each digit on 6-digit
models.
Model with 4 Digits
Model with 6 Digits
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H7CX-@-N
Other Features
Key Protection
Select from any of seven protection patterns. Use the best one for the
application.
The front color can be changed simply by
replacing the Front Panel.
The Front Panel can be replaced with an optional Front Panel (sold
separately) with a different color to match the installation site. Select
from black, white, and light gray (except for models with tachometer
function only).
Black
(Standard)
Light gray
White
Only the Front
Panel can be
replaced.
Universal NPN/PNP Input
DC 2-wire sensors can be connected for a wide range of input
devices.
New Functions
Many useful functions have been added, including a Twin Counter
Mode and many tachometer functions to handle even more
applications.
New Tachometer Functions
• Control with two independent inputs (independent measurements,
differential, absolute ratio, and error ratio)
• Peak/bottom hold function
• Output hysteresis setting
• Output OFF delay
• Switching the measurement method (pulse cycle/pulse width)
• Startup time
• Auto-zero time
• Averaging method/Number of averaging times
• AMD-compatible Mode
Note: Refer to “Model Configuration” below, for details on applicable
functions.
Waterproof, Dust-proof Structure (UL508 Type
4X and IP66)
Worry-free application is possible in locations subject to water.
Note: When the Y92S-29 Waterproof Packing is used.
Model Number Structure
Model Configuration
H7CX Series
H7CX-A-series Multifunction Preset Counter
H7CX-R-series Digital Tachometer
Model
Classification
Model
Function
Preset counter
Preset counter/tachometer
H7CX-A4W@-N
H7CX-AW@-N/-AU@-N
1-stage preset
counter
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
2-stage preset
counter
No
Yes
Yes
No
Total and preset
counter
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Batch counter
No
Yes
Yes
No
Dual counter
No
Yes
Yes
No
Twin counter
No
Yes
Yes
No
Tachometer
No
No
Yes*1
Yes
No
Yes
1 input or 2 inputs
(independent
measurements, differential,
absolute ratio value, and
error ratio value)
Tachometer input
Settings
External connections
Display color of present value
Display digits
No
1-stage
11-pin socket
Red
4 or 6 digits
2-stage
Yes
1 input
H7CX-R11W@-N
Yes
2 inputs (independent
measurement) only
11-pin socket
Red, green, or orange
4 digits
H7CX-R11@-N
1-stage
Screw terminals
Red
6 digits
*1. Set the tachometer input mode from the function setting mode to switch to the tachometer function.
2
Tachometer
H7CX-A@-N
6 digits
H7CX-@-N
Model Number Legend (Not all possible combinations of functions are available.)
H7CX-@@@@@@-N
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Type
2. External connections
3. Digits
Symbol
Meaning
Symbol
Meaning
Symbol
A
Standard type
None
Screw terminals
None
6 digits
R
Tachometer
11
11-pin socket
4
4 digits
4. Settings
5. Output type
Symbol
Meaning
None
1-stage setting
U
Factory-set to 1-stage setting
W
Factory-set to 2-stage setting*
Meaning
6. Supply voltage
Symbol
Meaning
Symbol
Meaning
None
Contact output or contact output +
transistor output
None
100 to 240 VAC at 50/60 Hz
S
Transistor output
D
12 to 24 VDC
D1
12 to 24 VDC/24 VAC at 50/60 Hz
* The H7CX-R11W@ is a 1-stage (2 inputs and outputs)
rather than a 2-stage Counter.
Note: Estimates can be provided for coatings and other specifications that are not given in the datasheet. Ask your OMRON representative for details.
Ordering Information
List of Models
Type
Classification
Configuration
External
connections
Settings
Display
digits
Contact output (SPDT)
4 digits
Transistor output (SPST)
Contact output (SPDT)
11-pin socket
Contact output (SPDT)
6 digits
• 1-stage preset
counter
• Total and preset
counter
Transistor output (SPST)
Contact output (SPDT)
Transistor output (SPST)
1-stage
Contact output (SPDT)
4 digits
Transistor output (SPST)
Contact output (SPDT)
Transistor output (SPST)
Preset counter
Contact output (SPDT)
6 digits
Transistor output (SPST)
Contact output (SPDT)
Transistor output (SPST)
H7CX-A
Series
• 1-stage preset
counter
• 2-stage preset
counter
• Total and preset
counter
• Batch counter
• Dual counter
• Twin counter
4 digits
Screw
terminals
Preset counter/
Tachometer
100 to 240 VAC
12 to 24 VDC/24 VAC
100 to 240 VAC
12 to 24 VDC
100 to 240 VAC
12 to 24 VDC
Tachometer
• Tachometer
Transistor output (DPST)
Contact output (SPDT) +
Transistor output (SPST)
Contact output (SPDT) +
Transistor output (SPST)
11-pin socket
1-stage
(2 inputs and
outputs)
H7CX-A11-N
H7CX-A11S-N
H7CX-A11D1-N
H7CX-A11SD1-N
H7CX-A4-N
H7CX-A4S-N
H7CX-A4D-N
H7CX-A4SD-N
H7CX-A-N
H7CX-AS-N
H7CX-AD-N
H7CX-ASD-N
H7CX-A4WSD-N
12 to 24 VDC
100 to 240 VAC
12 to 24 VDC/24 VAC
Contact output (SPDT)
6 digits
Contact output (SPDT + SPST)
H7CX-AW-N
H7CX-AWS-N
H7CX-AWD1-N
H7CX-AWSD1-N
12 to 24 VDC
H7CX-AWSD-N
100 to 240 VAC
H7CX-AU-N
12 to 24 VDC/24 VAC
Transistor output (DPST)
H7CX-R
Series
H7CX-A114S-N
12 to 24 VDC/24 VAC H7CX-A114D1-N
Transistor output (DPST)
Contact output (SPST + SPDT)
1-stage
(1 input and
output)
H7CX-A114-N
H7CX-A4W-N
Transistor output (DPST)
6 digits
100 to 240 VAC
Model
Contact output (SPST + SPDT) 100 to 240 VAC
Contact output (SPST + SPDT)
2-stage
• 1-stage preset
counter
• 2-stage preset
counter
• Total and preset
counter
• Batch counter
• Dual counter
• Twin counter
• Tachometer
Power supply
voltage
Outputs
H7CX-AUD1-N
H7CX-AUSD1-N
100 to 240 VAC
H7CX-R11-N
12 to 24 VDC/24 VAC H7CX-R11D1-N
100 to 240 VAC
H7CX-R11W-N
12 to 24 VDC/24 VAC H7CX-R11WD1-N
Note: 1. The functions that are provided depend on the model. Check detailed specifications before ordering.
2. Refer to page page 37 and later for information on H7CX-R Tachometers.
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H7CX-@-N
Accessories (Order Separately)
Front Panels (Replacement Part)
Model
Color
Y92P-CXC4G
Light gray (5Y7/1)
Y92P-CXC4S
White (5Y9.2/0.5)
Y92P-CXC4B
Black (N1.5)
Y92P-CXC6G
Light gray (5Y7/1)
Y92P-CXC6S
White (5Y9.2/0.5)
Y92P-CXC6B
Black (N1.5)
Applicable Counters
Page
4-digit Counter
12
6-digit Counter
Note: 1. You can change the color of the Front Panel when mounting the Counter. The Counter is shipped with a black (N1.5) Front Panel.
2. "COUNTER" is printed on the front of Replacement Front Panels.
Soft Cover
Model
Y92A-48F1
Remarks
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Page
12
Hard Cover
Model
Y92A-48
Remarks
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Page
12
Flush Mounting Adapter
Model
Remarks
Y92F-30
Included with models with screw
terminals.
Y92F-45
Use this Adapter to install the Counter/
Tachometer in a cutout previously made
for a DIN 72 × 72 mm device (panel
cutout: 68 × 68 mm).
Page
12
Waterproof Packing
Model
Y92S-29
Remarks
Included with models with screw
terminals.
Page
12
Connection Sockets
Model
P2CF-11
P2CF-11-E
P3GA-11
Classification
Connectable
Counter/
Tachometers
Remarks
Page
Front-connecting Socket
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Front-connecting Socket (Finger-safe
Type)
Round crimp terminals cannot be used on
Finger-safe Sockets.
Use forked crimp terminals.
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[email protected]@-N
A Y92A-48G Terminal Cover can be used
with the Socket to create a finger-safe
construction.
Back-connecting Sockets
Terminal Covers for P3GA-11 Back-connecting Socket
Model
Y92A-48G
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Remarks
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Page
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H7CX-A@-N
H7CX-A@-N Multifunction Preset Counter
• Easy to check the output status from a long distance with
changing display colors*1 (red, green, and orange).
• Includes total and preset counter, batch counter, dual counter,
twin counter, and tachometer.*2
*1. Not supported by the H7CX-A11@-N.
*2. The functions that can be selected depend on the model.
For the most recent information on models that have been certified for
safety standards, refer to your OMRON website.
Specifications
Ratings
Item
Models
Classification
Configuration
Ratings
H7CX-A114@-N
H7CX-A11@-N
H7CX-A4@-N
H7CX-A@-N
H7CX-A4W@-N
Preset counter
1-stage/2-stage preset
counter, total and preset
counter*1, batch
counter, dual counter,
and twin counter
(selectable)
1-stage preset counter, 1-stage preset counter with total counter (selectable)*1
1-stage/2-stage preset
counter, total and preset
counter*1, batch
counter, dual counter,
twin counter, and
tachometer (selectable)
• 100 to 240 VAC at 50/
60 Hz
• 24 VAC at 50/60 Hz or
12 to 24 VDC
• 12 to 24 VDC
Power supply
voltage*2
• 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
• 24 VAC, 50/60 Hz or 12 to 24 VDC
• 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
• 12 to 24 VDC
Operating voltage fluctuation
range
85% to 110% of rated supply voltage (12 to 24 VDC: 90% to 110%)
Power consumption
Approx. 9.4 VA at 100 to 240 VAC, Approx. 7.2 VA/4.7 W at 24 VAC/12 to 24 VDC, Approx. 3.7 W at 12 to 24 VDC
Mounting method
Flush mounting or surface mounting
Flush mounting
External connections
11-pin socket
Screw terminals
Degree of protection
IEC IP66, UL508 Type 4X (indoors) for panel surface only and only when Y92S-29 Waterproof Packing is used.
Input signals
CP1, CP2, reset, and total reset
Counter
H7CX-AW@-N/-AU@-N
Preset counter/
tachometer
CP1, CP2, reset 1, and reset 2
Maximum
counting speed
30 Hz (minimum pulse width: 16.7 ms) or 10 kHz (minimum pulse width: 0.05 ms) (selectable) (ON/OFF ratio 1:1) *Common setting for CP1 and CP2
Input mode
Increment, decrement, increment/decrement (UP/DOWN A (command input), UP/DOWN B (individual inputs), or UP/DOWN C (quadrature inputs))
Output mode
N, F, C, R, K-1, P, Q, A, K-2, D, and L.
One-shot output time
0.01 to 99.99 s
Reset system
External (minimum reset signal width: 1 ms or 20 ms, selectable), manual, and automatic reset (internal according to C, R, P, and Q mode operation)
N, F, C, R, K-1, P, Q, A, K-2, D, L, and H.
Tachometer
Refer to the separate table for tachometer function ratings.
Prescaling function
Yes (0.001 to 9.999)
Decimal point adjustment
Yes (rightmost 3 digits)
Sensor waiting time
290 ms max. (Control output is turned OFF and no input is accepted during sensor waiting time.)
Input method
No-voltage inputs:
ON impedance: 1 kΩ max. (Leakage current: 12 mA at 0 Ω)
ON residual voltage: 3 V max.
OFF impedance: 100 kΩ min.
Voltage input:
High (logic) level: 4.5 to 30 VDC
Low (logic) level: 0 to 2 VDC (Input resistance: approx. 4.7 kΩ)
No-voltage input/voltage input (selectable)
External power supply
12 VDC (±10%), 100 mA (except for [email protected] models) Refer to Precautions for Correct Use on page page 53 for details.
Control output
• Contact output: 3 A at 250 VAC/30 VDC, resistive load (cosφ=1), Minimum applied load: 10 mA at 5 VDC (failure level: P, reference value)
• Transistor output: NPN open collector, 100 mA at 30 VDC, Residual voltage: 1.5 VDC max. (approx. 1 V), Leakage current: 0.1 mA max.
Display*3
7-segment, negative
transmissive LCD
Character height
Count value: 12 mm
(red)
Set value: 6 mm (green)
7-segment, negative
transmissive LCD
Character height
Count value: 10 mm
(red)
Set value: 6 mm (green)
7-segment, negative
transmissive LCD
Character height
Count value: 12 mm
(red, green, or orange
selectable)
Set value: 6 mm (green)
7-segment, negative
transmissive LCD
Character height
Count value: 10 mm
(red, green, or orange
selectable)
Set value: 6 mm (green)
7-segment, negative
transmissive LCD
Character height
Count value: 12 mm
(red, green, or orange
selectable)
Set value: 6 mm (green)
7-segment, negative
transmissive LCD
Character height
Count value: 10 mm
(red, green, or orange
selectable)
Set value: 6 mm (green)
Digits
4 digits
−999 to 9999
(−3 digits to +4 digits)
6 digits
−99999 to 999999
(−5 digits to +6 digits)
4 digits
−999 to 9999
(−3 digits to +4 digits)
6 digits
−99999 to 999999
(−5 digits to +6 digits)
4 digits
−999 to 9999
(−3 digits to +4 digits)
6 digits
−99999 to 999999
(−5 digits to +6 digits),
tachometer: 0 to 999999
Memory backup
EEPROM (overwrites: 100,000 times min.) that can store data for 10 years min.
Operating temperature
range
−10 to 55°C (−10 to 50°C if Counter/Tachometers are mounted side by side) (with no icing or condensation)
Storage temperature range
−25 to 70°C (with no icing or condensation)
Operating humidity range
25% to 85%
Case color
Black (N1.5) (Optional Front Panels are available to change the Front Panel color to light gray or white.)
Attachments
Yes (0.001 to 99.999)
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Yes (0.001 to 9.999)
Yes (0.001 to 99.999)
Yes (0.001 to 9.999)
Flush mounting adapter, waterproof packing, terminal cover
Yes (0.001 to 99.999)
Flush mounting adapter,
waterproof packing,
terminal cover, label for
DIP switch settings
*1. 1-stage preset counter and total counter functionality.
*2. Do not use the output from an inverter as the power supply.The ripple must be 20% maximum for DC power.
*3. The display is lit only when the power is ON. Nothing is displayed when power is OFF.
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H7CX-A@-N
Tachometer Function Ratings
Item
Model H7CX-A114@-N
H7CX-A11@-N
H7CX-A4@-N
H7CX-A@-N
H7CX-A4W@-N
H7CX-AW@-N/-AU@-N
Input mode
Selectable from independent measurements for 1 or 2 inputs, differential input for 2 inputs, absolute ratio for 2 inputs, and error ratio
for 2 inputs.
Pulse measurement
method
Periodic measurement
Maximum counting
speed
30 Hz
(minimum pulse width: 16.7 ms)
Minimum input
signal width
Pulse width measurement
1-input mode:
10 kHz (minimum pulse width: 0.05 ms) 30 Hz
Other modes:
(minimum pulse width: 16.7 ms)
5 kHz (minimum pulse width: 0.1 ms)
1-input mode:
10 kHz (minimum pulse width: 0.05 ms)
Other modes:
5 kHz (minimum pulse width: 0.1 ms)
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30 ms*1
1-input mode: 0.2 ms
Other modes: 0.4 ms*
0.001 to 30.00 Hz
1-input mode: 0.001 to 10 kHz,
Other modes: 0.01 to 5 kHz
0.030 to 999999 s
1-input mode: 0.0002 to 99999 s
Other modes: 0.0004 to 99999 s
Sampling period
200 ms min.
200 ms min. or continuous
selectable (minimum interval of
10 ms)
Continuous (minimum interval of 10 ms)
Measuring accuracy
±0.1% FS ±1 digit max. (at 23 ±5°C)
Output mode
Input mode:
Not 2-input independent measurement: HI-LO, AREA, HI-HI, LO-LO
2-input independent measurement: HI-HI, LO-LO
Auto-zero time
0.1 to 999.9s
Startup time
0.0 to 99.9s
Averaging
Simple averaging/moving averaging selectable, Processing: OFF, 2, 4, 8, or 16 times
Hold input
Minimum input signal width: 20 ms
Measuring ranges
No tachometer
functionality
* An input OFF time of at least 20 ms is required.
Insulation resistance
100 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) between current-carrying terminals and exposed noncurrent-carrying metal parts, and between non-continuous contacts
Dielectric strength
2,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between current-carrying metal parts and noncurrent-carrying metal parts
2,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between power supply and input circuit for all models
except [email protected]@ (1,000 VAC for 24 VAC/12 to 24 VDC)
1,000 VAC (for [email protected]@), 50/60 Hz for 1 min between control output, power
supply, and input circuit (2,000 VAC for models other than [email protected]@)
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between non-continuous contacts
3.0 kV between power terminals (1.0 kV for models with 24 VAC/12 to 24 VDC or 12
to 24 VDC)
Impulse withstand voltage
4.5 kV between current-carrying terminals and exposed non-current-carrying metal
parts (1.5 kV for models with 24 VAC/12 to 24 VDC or 12 to 24 VDC)
Noise immunity
±1.5 kV between power terminals (±480 V for models with 12 to 24 VDC)
±600 V between input terminals
Square-wave noise by noise simulator (pulse width: 100 ns/1 μs, 1-ns rise)
Static immunity
Malfunction: 8 kV
Destruction: 15 kV
Resistive load
1,000
700
500
300
30 VDC (cosφ=1)
Destruction
10 to 55 Hz with 0.75-mm single amplitude each in three directions for 2 h each
70
Malfunction
10 to 55 Hz with 0.35-mm single amplitude each in three directions for 10 min each
50
Shock resistance
Destruction
300 m/s2 each in three directions
100 m/s2 each in three directions
Life expectancy
Mechanical: 10,000,000 operations min.
Electrical: 100,000 operations min. (3 A at 250 VAC, resistive load, ambient
temperature condition: 23°C)*
Weight
Approx. 130 g (Counter only)
Applicable Standards
Approved
safety
standards
cULus (or cURus): UL508/CSA C22.2 No. 14 *1
EN 61010-1 (IEC 61010-1): Pollution degree 2/overvoltage category II
B300 PILOT DUTY
1/4 HP 120 VAC, 1/3 HP, 240 VAC, 3 A resistive load
VDE0106/P100 (finger protection)
EN61326-1 *2
EN 55011 Group 1 class A
EN 55011 Group 1 class A
EN61326-1 *2
EN 61000-4-2: 4 kV contact discharge;
8 kV air discharge
Immunity RF-interference:
EN 61000-4-3: 10 V/m (Amplitude-modulated, 80 MHz to 1 GHz);
10 V/m (Pulse-modulated, 900 MHz ±5 MHz)
Immunity Conducted Disturbance: EN 61000-4-6: 10 V (0.15 to 80 MHz)
Immunity Burst:
EN 61000-4-4: 2 kV power-line;
1 kV I/O signal-line
Immunity Surge:
EN 61000-4-5: 1 kV line to lines (power and output lines);
2 kV line to ground (power and output lines)
Immunity Voltage Dip/Interruption: EN 61000-4-11: 0.5 cycle, 100% (rated voltage)
(EMI)
Emission Enclosure:
Emission AC mains:
(EMS)
Immunity ESD:
EMC
*1. The following safety standards apply to models with sockets (H7CX-A11@ or H7CX-A114@).
cUL (Listing): Applicable when an OMRON P2CF(-E) Socket is used.
cUR (Recognition): Applicable when any other socket is used.
*2. Industrial electromagnetic environment (EN/IEC 61326-1 Table 2)
0
1
2
3
4
Load current (A)
Inductive load
No. of operations ( ×103)
Malfunction
250 VAC (cosφ=1)
100
Vibration
resistance
* Refer to the Life-test Curve.
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Life-test Curve (Reference
Values)
No. of operations ( ×103)
Characteristics
1,000
700
500
300
30 VDC (L/R=7 ms)
100
250 VAC (cosφ=1)
70
50
0
1
2
3
4
Load current (A)
A current of 0.15 A max. can be switched at 125
VDC (cosφ=1) and current of 0.1 A max. can be
switched if L/R=7 ms. In both cases, a life of
100,000 operations can be expected.
H7CX-A@-N
I/O Functions
Using as a Counter*1
CP1, CP2
(1) In general (except for Dual Counter Mode)
• Reads counting signals.
• Increment, decrement, command, individual, and quadrature inputs accepted.
(2) When used as a dual counter or twin counter
• Reads CP1 count signals with CP1 input and CP2 count signals with CP2 input.
• Increment signals can be input.
Reset/reset 1
(1) In general (except for Dual Counter Mode)
• Resets present value and outputs (OUT2 when using the batch counter)*2.
• Counting cannot be performed during reset/reset 1 input.
• Reset indicator is lit while reset input is ON.
(2) When used as a dual counter or twin counter.
• Resets the CP1 present value (to 0).
• Counting for CP1 input cannot be performed while the reset 1 input is ON.
• The reset indicator is lit while the reset 1 input is ON.
Total reset or reset 2
The reset function depends on the selected configuration*3.
OUT1, OUT2
Outputs signals according to the specified output mode when a set value is reached.
Inputs
Outputs
*1. For information on operation of I/O functions, refer to pages page 22 to page 25.
*2. In increment mode or increment/decrement mode, the present value returns to 0; in decrement mode, the present value returns to the set value with 1-stage models,
and returns to set value 2 with 2-stage models.
*3. Reset operates as described in the following table. (The reset indicator will not be lit.)
Configuration
Reset operation
1-stage/2-stage
preset counter
Does not operate (not used).
Total and preset
counter
• Resets the total count value.
• The total count value is held at 0 while the total reset input is ON.
Batch counter
• Resets the batch count value and batch output (OUT1).
• The batch count value is held at 0 while the reset 2 input is ON.
Dual counter
• Resets the CP2 present value.
• Counting for CP2 input cannot be performed while the reset 2 input is ON.
Twin counter
• Resets the CP2 present value.
• The following table shows the delay from when the reset signal is input until the output is turned OFF. (Reference values)
Minimum reset signal width
Output delay time
1 ms
0.8 to 1.2 ms
20 ms
15 to 25 ms
Operating Procedures (Tachometer Function)
CP1, CP2
Inputs
Outputs
Reads counting signals. (The CP2 input can be used when the input mode is not 1-input mode.)
• Holds the measurement value and outputs. (The reset 2 input can be used when the input mode
is 2-input independent measurement.)
• Functions as a hold input.
Reset/reset 1
The measurement value (displayed value) and the outputs are held while the RST Key on the
front panel is pressed.
• The reset indicator is lit when the value is being held.
OUT1, OUT2
Outputs signals according to the specified output mode when a set value is reached.
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H7CX-A@-N
Connections
Terminal Arrangement
Confirm that the power supply meets specifications before use.
H7CX-AD-N/-A4D-N
8
9
10
Total reset
7
8
9
10
4
5
7
2
3
0V
6
(−)
Sensor
CP1
CP1
Total reset
6
CP2
10
Reset
CP1
Total reset
CP2
0V
0V
CP2
1-stage Transistor Output
1-stage Contact Output
Reset
1-stage Contact Output
H7CX-AS-N/-A4S-N
Reset
H7CX-A-N/-A4-N
7
8
9
6
(−)
Sensor
(+)
(+)
12 VDC
12 VDC
11
11
External
power supply
External
power supply
1
2
3
4
1
5
2
3
4
5
1
OUT
OUT
(−)
OUT
(+)
Terminals 1 and 6 are connected internally.
H7CX-AW-N/-A4W-N/-AWD1-N/-AU-N/-AUD1-N
9
10
10
(+)
*1
11
12
13
2
3
4
1
5
2
3
12 VDC
8
9
13
2
3
4
3
4
5
(+)
H7CX-A11S-N/-A114S-N/-A11SD1-N
Reset
CP2
5 6 7
4
8
3
9
10
2
1 11
Total reset
0V
(−)
Sensor
(+)
12 VDC
Internal circuit
5 6 7
4
8
3
2
1 11
9
10
12 VDC
External
power supply
OUT
(−)
OUT2
(−)
OUT1
1-stage Transistor Output
External
power supply
5
13
CP1
(−)
Sensor
(+)
1
(−)
Internal circuit
Total reset
OUT1
2
*
CP1
10
12
OUT2
Reset
0V
12
13
1-stage Contact Output
Reset 2
CP1
CP2
Reset 1
7
1
(+)
CP2
6
10
11
*1: [email protected] Models
H7CX-A11-N/-A114-N/-A11D1-N/-A114D1-N
2-stage Transistor Output
9
External
power supply
12
(−)
H7CX-AWSD-N/-A4WSD-N
0V
5
(+)
Terminals 1 and 6 are connected internally.
8
(+)
OUT1
OUT2
OUT
(−)
4
6
(−)
Sensor
External
power supply
1
7
0V
6
12 VDC
Reset 2
8
CP1
9
7
0V
(−)
Sensor
CP2
8
Reset 2
7
CP1
6
CP2
Total reset
CP1
CP2
Reset
0V
2-stage Transistor Output
Reset 1
2-stage Contact Output
1-stage Transistor Output
H7CX-AWS-N/-AWSD1-N/-AUSD1-N
Reset 1
H7CX-ASD-N/-A4SD-N
OUT
(−)
(+)
(+)
(+)
Terminals 1 and 6 are connected internally.
Transistor Output
• The transistor output of the H7CX is isolated from the internal
circuitry by a photocoupler, so the transistor output can be used as
both NPN and PNP output.
NPN Output
PNP Output
Load
+
Power for load
8
• The diode connected to the collector of the output transistor is used
to absorb inverted voltage that is generated when an inductive load
is connected to the H7CX.
Counter
+
Load
+
Power for load
Power for load
Inductive
load
H7CX-A@-N
Block Diagram
Input Circuits
(Basic insulation)
CP1, CP2, Reset/Reset 1, and Total Reset/Reset 2
Input
Power supply
circuit
Output circuit
(Basic insulation)
(See note.)
No-voltage Inputs
(NPN Inputs)
Display circuit
Internal
control circuit
Input circuits
Key switch
circuit
Voltage Inputs (PNP Inputs)
+14V
Approx. 4.7 kΩ
1 kΩ
Note: All models except for [email protected] have basic insulation.
Internal
circuit
IN
Internal
circuit
IN
Input Connections
The inputs of the H7CX-@-N are no-voltage (short-circuit or open) inputs or voltage inputs.
No-voltage Inputs (NPN Inputs)
Open Collector
Voltage Output
PLC or
sensor
DC Two-wire Sensor
6
7
8
9
10
3
7
5
6
4
6
7
8
9
10
3
7
5
6
4
6
7
8
9
10
3
7
5
6
4
Note: Operates with relay ON.
H7CX-A@
H7CX-A11@
Total reset/reset 2 input
CP1 input
CP2 input
0 V for inputs
Reset/reset 1 input
Total reset/reset 2 input
CP1 input
CP2 input
0 V for inputs
H7CX-A@
H7CX-A11@
Note: Operates with transistor ON.
Note: Operates with transistor ON.
Reset/reset 1 input
Total reset/reset 2 input
CP1 input
CP2 input
0 V for inputs
H7CX-A@
H7CX-A11@
Reset/reset 1 input
Total reset/reset 2 input
CP1 input
CP2 input
Reset/reset 1 input
Sensor
0 V for inputs
H7CX-A@
H7CX-A11@
Contact Input
6
7
8
9
10
3
7
5
6
4
Note: Operates with transistor ON.
No-voltage Input Signal Levels
No-contact input
Applicable Two-wire Sensor
Short-circuit level (transistor ON)
• Residual voltage: 3 V max.
• Impedance when ON: 1 kΩ max.
• Leakage current: 1.5 mA max.
• Switching capacity: 5 mA min.
• Residual voltage: 3 VDC max.
• Operating voltage: 10 VDC
(The leakage current is approx. 12 mA when the impedance is 0 Ω.)
Open level (transistor OFF)
• Impedance when OFF: 100 kΩ min.
Contact input
Use contacts which can adequately switch 5 mA at 10 V.
Note: The DC voltage must be 30 VDC max.
Voltage Inputs (PNP Inputs)
No-contact Input (NPN Transistor)
No-contact Input (PNP Transistor)
7
8
9
10
3
7
5
6
4
Note: Operates with transistor OFF.
H7CX-A@
H7CX-A11@
6
7
8
9
10
3
7
5
6
4
Note: Operates with transistor ON.
H7CX-A@
H7CX-A11@
Total reset/reset 2 input
CP1 input
CP2 input
0 V for inputs
Reset/reset 1 input
CP1 input
Total reset/reset 2 input
CP2 input
0 V for inputs
Total reset/reset 2 input
CP1 input
CP2 input
Reset/reset 1 input
0 V for inputs
6
Reset/reset 1 input
Sensor
Sensor
H7CX-A@
H7CX-A11@
Contact Input
6
7
8
9
10
3
7
5
6
4
Note: Operates with relay ON.
Voltage Input Signal Levels
High level (input ON): 4.5 to 30 VDC
Low level (input OFF): 0 to 2 VDC
Note: 1. The DC voltage must be 30 VDC max.
2. Input resistance: Approx. 4.7 kΩ
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H7CX-A@-N
Nomenclature
Display Section
Operation Keys
4
1. Key Protect Indicator (orange)
2. Control Output Indicator (orange)
OUT: (One-stage)
OUT: 1 2 (Two-stage)
3. Reset Indicator (orange)
(Lit when the reset input (1) or Reset Key is ON.)
Displayed only when the configuration selection
mode is not tachometer mode.
7
2
3
5
10
8
11. Reset Key (See note.)
6
12
11
13
12. Up Keys 1 to 4
(6-digit models: 1 to 6 )
4th digit
1st digit
(Front view of 4-digit model)
(Lit when the total count value is displayed.)
Switches
5. Batch Indicator
14. Key-protect Switch
(Lit when the batch count value is displayed.)
1
* Characters on models with screw terminals (H7CX-A11@)
can be switched between red, green, and orange.
2
3
9
10
RST
ON
(Enable)
6
12
11
8. Set value (Sub-display)
(Default setting) OFF
(Disable)
7
4
5
8
6. Set Value 1, 2 Stage Indicator
(Character height: 12 mm (6-digit: 10 mm), red*)
(Changes modes and setting items.)
13. Down Keys 1 to 4
4. Total Count Indicator
7. Present Value (Main Display)
10. Mode Key
1
15. DIP Switch
(Character height: 6 mm, green)
ON
6th digit
9. Hold Display (orange)
Displayed only when the configuration selection
mode is not tachometer mode.
1st digit
(Front view of 6-digit model)
OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Note: The reset functions depends on the selected configuration.
Model with 4 Digits
Character Size
for Main Display
Configuration
Character Size
for Sub-display
12 mm
6 mm
14
15
Resets the present value and outputs.
Total and preset
counter
• Resets the present value and outputs.
• When the total count value is displayed, resets the
present value, the total count value, and outputs.
Batch counter
• Resets the present value and OUT2.
• When the batch count value is displayed, resets the
present value, the batch count value, and outputs.
Dual counter
Resets the CP1 present value, CP2 present value, dual
count value, and outputs.
Twin counter
Resets the CP1 present value and output 1 when the
CP1 present value is displayed.
Resets the CP2 present value and output 2 when the
CP2 present value is displayed.
Tachometer
Holds the measurement value and outputs (hold
function).
(When the input mode is 2-input independent
measurement, the CP1 measurement value display will
hold the CP1 measurement value and output 1 and the
CP2 measurement value display will hold the CP2
measurement value and output 2.)
Model with 6 Digits
Character Size
for Main Display
Character Size
for Sub-display
10 mm
6 mm
Reset operation
1-stage/2-stage
preset counter
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
Counters
H7CX-A-N/-AS-N/-AW-N/-AWS-N/-AWD1-N/-AWSD1-N/-A4-N/-A4S-N/-A4W-N/-AU-N/-AUD1-N/-AUSD1-N
(Flush Mounting Models)
48 × 48
6
78
44.8 × 44.8
Note: M3.5 terminal screw (effective length: 6 mm)
10
H7CX-A@-N
H7CX-AD-N/-ASD-N/-AWSD-N/-A4D-N/-A4SD-N/-A4WSD-N (Flush Mounting Models)
48 × 48
6
59
44.8 × 44.8
Note: M3.5 terminal screw (effective length: 6 mm)
H7CX-A11-N/-A11S-N/-A11D1-N/-A11SD1-N/-A114-N/-A114S-N/-A114D1-N (Flush Mounting/Surface Mounting Models)
48 × 48
6
14.4
63.7
44.8 × 44.8
Dimensions with Flush Mounting Adapter
H7CX-A-N/-AS-N/-AW-N/-AWS-N/-AWD1-N/-AWSD1-N/-A4-N/-A4S-N/-A4W-N
(Provided with Adapter and Waterproof Packing)
Y92S-29 (provided)
Waterproof Packing
Panel
Panel Cutouts
Panel cutouts are as shown below. (according
to DIN43700).
Y92F-30 (provided)
Flush Mounting Adapter
60 min.
45+0.6
0
45+0.6
0
58
15 min.
60 min.
(51)
48
7.5
76.5
H7CX-AD-N/-ASD-N/-AWSD-N/-A4D-N/-A4SD-N/-A4WSD-N
(Provided with Adapter and Waterproof Packing)
Y92S-29 (provided)
Waterproof Packing
58
Panel
Y92F-30 (provided)
Flush Mounting Adapter
(51)
Note: 1. The mounting panel thickness
should be 1 to 5 mm.
2. To allow easier operation, it is
recommended that Adapters be mounted
so that the gap between sides with hooks
is at least 15 mm (i.e., with the panel
cutouts separated by at least 60 mm).
3. It is possible to horizontally mount
Timers side by side. Attach the Flush
Mounting Adapters so that the surfaces
without hooks are on the sides of the
Timers. If they are mounted side-byside, water-resistance will be lost.
n Units mounted
side by side
A
A=(48n−2.5) +1
−0
48
7.5
57.5
H7CX-A11-N/-A11S-N/-A11D1-N/-A11SD1-N/-A114-N/-A114S-N/-A114D1-N
(Adapter and Waterproof Packing Ordered Separately)
Y92S-29 (order separately)
Waterproof Packing
Panel
Y92F-30 (order separately)
Flush Mounting Adapter
P3GA-11 (order separately)
Back-connecting Socket
58
With Y92A-48F1 attached.
A={48n−2.5+(n−1)×4} +1
−0
With Y92A-48 attached.
A=(51n−5.5) +1
−0
Dimensions with Front
Connecting Socket
(51)
103.2*
48
7.5
H7CX
-A11@
100.9
89.9
P2CF-11(-E) Front Connecting Socket
(order separately)
* These dimensions depend on the kind of DIN Track.
(Reference value)
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H7CX-A@-N
Accessories (Order Separately)
Note: Depending on the operating environment, the condition
of resin products may deteriorate, and may shrink or
become harder. Therefore, it is recommended that resin
products are replaced regularly.
Soft Cover
Hard Cover
Y92A-48F1
Y92A-48
Front Panel (Replacement Part)
You can change the color of the Front Panel when mounting the
Counter/Tachometer. The Counter/Tachometer is shipped with a
black (N1.5) Front Panel. "COUNTER" is printed on the front of
Replacement Front Panels.
Y92P-CXC4G
4-digit Counter
Light gray (5Y7/1)
Y92P-CXC4S
4-digit Counter
White (5Y9.2/0.5)
Y92P-CXT4B
The H7CX's panel surface is water-resistive (conforming to [email protected],
UL Type 4X) and so even if drops of water penetrate the gaps
between the keys, there will be no adverse effect on internal circuits.
If, however, there is a possibility of oil being present on the
operator's hands, use the Soft Cover. The Soft Cover ensures
protection equivalent to IP54F against oil. Do not, however, use the
H7CX in locations where it would come in direct contact with oil.
Flush Mounting Adapter
4-digit Counter
Black (N1.5)
Y92P-CXT6G
6-digit Counter
Light gray (5Y7/1)
Y92F-30
Y92F-45
Order the Flush
Mounting Adapter with
the following model
number separately if it
is lost or damaged.
Use this Adapter to
install the Counter/
Tachometer in a
cutout previously
made for a DIN 72
× 72 mm device
(panel cutout: 68 ×
68 mm).
Note: The
Waterproof
Packing is
included with
models with
screw
terminals.
Y92P-CXT6S
6-digit Counter
White (5Y9.2/0.5)
Y92P-CXT6B
6-digit Counter
Black (N1.5)
Waterproof Packing
Y92S-29
Replacement Method
Tabs
Grooves
12
Protecting the Counter/Tachometer in Environments
Subject to Oil
The Front Panel is attached to the
Counter/Tachometer with tabs in
four locations. To remove the
Front Panel, open the tabs and
pull the Front Panel forward. To
attach the Front Panel, press it
onto the Counter/Tachometer so
that all four tabs lodge into the
grooves on the body of the
Counter/Tachometer.
Note: The
Waterproof
Packing is
included with
models with
screw
terminals.
Order the Waterproof Packing
separately if it is lost or damaged. The
Waterproof Packing can be used to
achieve IP66 protection.
The Waterproof Packing will deteriorate, harden, and shrink
depending on the application environment. To ensure maintaining the
[email protected], UL Type 4X waterproof level, periodically replace the
Waterproof Packing. The periodic replacement period will depend on
the application environment. You must confirm the proper
replacement period. Use 1 year or less as a guideline. If the
Waterproof Packing is not replaced periodically, the waterproof level
will not be maintained. It is not necessary to mount the Waterproof
Packing if waterproof construction is not required.
H7CX-A@-N
Connection Sockets
Front Connecting Socket
Model
Dimensions
P2CF-11
50 max.
Terminal arrangement
and internal connections
Mounting hole
dimensions
31.2 max.
Two, 4.5-dia. holes
70 max.
4
8
7
6
5
4
7.8
Eleven, M3.5 × 7.5 sems screws
P2CF-11-E
(Finger-safe Type)
8
50 max.
31.2 max.
40±0.2
30
7
6
40±0.2
9
3
10
5
3
Two, 4.5-dia. holes
Two, M4 or 4.5-dia. holes
4
3
11
1
2
(Top View)
P2CF-11-E
Note: The Socket can
also be mounted
to DIN track.
4
70 max.
9
1.2
35.4
3
10A250VAC
RESISTIVE
10
11
1
4
2
7.8
Eleven, M3.5 × 7.5 set screws
5
4.5
Note: Round crimp terminals cannot be used on Finger-safe Sockets. Use forked crimp terminals.
Back-connecting Sockets
Model
Terminal arrangement
and internal connections
Dimensions
P3GA-11
27 dia.
5
6
7
8
2
1 11 10
4
25.6
45
3
4.5
45
16.3
6.2
9
(Bottom View)
Note: A Y92A-48G Terminal Cover can be used with the Socket to create a finger-safe construction.
Terminal Covers for P3GA-11 Back-connecting Socket
Model
Dimensions
Y92A-48G
Twelve, 6.4-dia. holes
34
Y92A-48G
UP
47.7 × 47.7
48 × 48
P C
16.5
24.6 27.6
47.4
Note: The Terminal Cover can be used with a Back-mounting Socket (P3GA-11) to create a finger-safe construction.
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H7CX-A@-N
Optional Products for Track Mounting
Mounting Track
PFP-100N
PFP-50N
7.3±0.15
4.5
35±0.3
15
25
10
25
1,000 (500)*
25
10
15 (5)*
25
1
* The values shown in parentheses
are for the PFP-50N.
Mounting Track
PFP-100N2
16
4.5
35±0.3 27
15
25 10
25
1,000
25
End Plate
PFP-M
10
25
10
6.2
M4 × 8
pan head
screw
50
1.8
1
35.5 35.3
11.5
10
M4 spring washer
Spacer
PFP-S
1.3
4.8
16
12
5
34.8
44.3
16.5
Note: Order Spacers in increments of 10.
29.2
24
1
15
1.8
14
27±0.15
1.5
H7CX-A@-N
Counter
Operating Procedures
Setting Procedure Guide
Setting for Counter Operation *
Use the following settings.
Setting for Tachometer Operation *
Refer to page page 27.
* At the time of delivery, the H7CX is set to the 1-stage preset counter configuration. (2-stage models are set to the 2-stage preset counter configuration.) Refer to page page 35 for information
on switching models.
I/O Functions for Counter Operation
Step1
Set the basic parameters.
(If the desired I/O mode is not listed below or to set all parameters using the front panel keys, perform Step3 ,
below.)
Key-protect switch
Be sure to set pin 1 to ON.
ON
OFF
Item
1
DIP switch settings
2
Counting speed
3
Input mode
4
5
Output mode
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
OFF
ON
Disabled
Enabled
30 Hz
5 kHz
UP
DOWN
Refer to the table on the right.
6
Output time
0.5 s
0.05 s
7
Minimum reset signal
20 ms
1 ms
8
Input selection
NPN
PNP
Pin 4
Pin 5
Output mode
OFF
OFF
N
ON
OFF
F
OFF
ON
C
ON
ON
K-1
Note: All pins are factory-set to OFF.
• When setting functions using the DIP switch, be sure to set pin 1 of the DIP switch to ON.
• DIP switch settings are effective when the power is turned ON again. (Perform DIP switch settings while the power is OFF.)
Step2
The H7CX-A@-N is a Counter that contains more than one functional counter.
When using the Counter in any mode other than the default mode*, use the following chart to enter
Configuration Selection Mode and set the functions that are suitable to the application.
* The default mode is 1-stage preset counter configuration (2-stage preset counter configuration for 2-stage models).
Note: Step2 can be performed first, followed by Step1 .
Configuration
selection mode
Power ON
1
+
Hold down for 1 s min.
Select the function from Table 1 using the U (D) Key.
Run mode
1
+
Hold down for 1 s min.
twn
(1-stage
preset
counter)
(2-stage
preset
counter)
(Total and
(Batch
preset counter) counter)
(Dual
counter)
(Twin
counter)
(Tachometer)
Note: The configuration that can be selected depends on the model.
After making DIP switch settings for basic operations, advanced functions can be added using the operation keys.
For details, refer to page page 16.
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H7CX-A@-N
Counter
Step3
Parameters that cannot be set with the DIP switch are set with the operation keys on the front panel.
Change to Function Setting Mode.
Power ON
For details on operations and display in run mode, refer to page page 20.
The display depends on the selected configuration.
3 s min.*1
Function
setting mode
Run mode
3 s min.*2
*1 If the mode is switched to the function setting mode during operation, operation will continue.
*2 Changes made to settings in function setting mode are enabled for the first time when the mode is changed to run mode. Also,
when settings are changed, the counter is reset (present value initialized and output turned OFF) on returning to run mode.
*3
Input mode
(CNTM)
*3 When Using Dual Counter
Operation
The characters displayed in reverse video are the default settings.
When performing settings with operation keys only, set pin1 of the DIP switch to OFF (factory setting).
If pin 1 of the DIP switch is set to ON, the setting items indicated by
will not be displayed.
For 6-digit models, only U Keys are provided.
Displays for 6-digit models are given in parentheses.
Dual count
calculating
mode
(ADD)
• Set the dual count calculating
mode using the UD Keys.
• Set the input mode using the U (D) Keys.
*5
*5
down
up
ud-a
ud-b
(Addition) (Subtraction)
(DOWN) (UP/DOWN A) (UP/DOWN B) (UP/DOWN C)
(UP)
*4 Displayed only when the output mode is K-2,
D, L, or H.
Note: Displayed only when Twin Counter Mode is not selected.
*5 Displayed for output modes other than K-2, D, L, and H only.
Output mode
(OUTM)
n
*7
Usage as a Decrementing Counter (5ub)
The 5ub parameter is normally not
displayed. You must set the outm
parameter shown below in advance to *6
(k-2, d, l, or h) to display it.
• Set the output mode using the U (D) Keys.
(N)
f
(F)
c
(C)
r
(R)
k-1
(K-1)
p
(P)
q
a
(Q)
*4
sub
add
ud-c
(A)
*6
k-2
(K-2)
*6 Displayed only when the input mode is ud-a, ud-b, or ud-c.
(Not displayed when the function is set to twn.)
*6
d
(D)
*6
l
(L)
*6
h
(H)
*7 Set each digit using the individual U (D) Keys.
When using as a 2-stage preset counter
Output
time
(OTIM)
• Set each digit using the individual U (D) Keys.
One-shot
output 2
time
(OTM2)
0.01 0.50 99.99
(0.01 s) (0.50 s) (99.99 s)
Note: Displayed only when the output mode is C, R, K-1, P, Q, A,
or K-2.
Function Setting Mode
Counting
speed
(CNTS)
(5 kHz) *
Decimal
point position
(DP)
20ms
1ms
(1 ms)
NPN/PNP
input mode
(IMOD)
One-shot
0.01 0.50 99.99
output 2
(0.01 s) (0.50 s) (99.99 s)
time
(OTM2) Note: Displayed only when the
output mode is C, R, K-1, P, Q,
A, or K-2.
• Set the decimal point position using the U (D) Keys.
(No decimal point)
Prescale
value
(PSCL)
When using as a batch counter
• Set the Reset input signal width using the U (D) Keys.
(20 ms)
99.99
Note: Displayed for output modes
other than D, L, and H.
HOLD cannot be set when
the output mode is K-2.
30hz
* The display shows 5 kHz, but the maximum
counting speed is 10 kHz.
Reset input
signal width
(IFLT)
0.50
One-shot
output 1
hold 0.01 99.99
time
(Outputs held) (0.01 s) (99.99 s)
(OTM1)
If the output time is 0.00, hold is displayed.
• Set the counting speed using the U (D) Keys.
(30 Hz)
0.01
(0.01 s) (0.50 s) (99.99 s)
Note: Displayed only when the
output mode is C, R, K-1, P, Q,
A, or K-2.
(One digit after
decimal point)
(Two digits after
decimal point)
*7 Set each digit using the individual U (D) Keys.
• Set each digit using the individual U (D) Keys.
0.001
1.000
9.999 99.999
(0.001)
(1.000)
(9.999) (99.999)
(Three digits after
decimal point)
Twin Counter
Output 2
output
time
(OTM2)
• Set the NPN/PNP input mode using the U (D) Keys.
npn
0.01
0.50
99.99
(0.01 s) (0.50 s) (99.99 s)
Note: Displayed only when the
output mode is C, R, K-1, P,
Q, or A.
Output 1
0.01 0.50 99.99
output
(0.01 s) (0.50 s) (99.99 s)
time
(OTM1) Note: Displayed only when the
pnp
(NPN input) (PNP input)
output mode is C, R, K-1, P,
Q, or A.
Display color
(COLR)
• Set the display color using the U (D) Keys.
red
(Red)
grn
org
r-g
g-r
r-o
o-r
Note: Displayed for terminal-block models (except H7CX-A11@) only.
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g-o
o-g
(Green) (Orange) (Red-green) (Green-red) (Red-orange) (Orange-red) (Green-orange) (Orange-green)
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Counter
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Absolute value
setting/forecast
value setting
(SETM)
• Make the absolute value setting and forecast setting using the U (D) Keys.
abs
ofst
(ABS)
(OFST)
Note: Displayed only when the configuration selection mode is set to the 2-stage function 2cnt.
Set value
upper limit
(SL-H)
• Set each digit using the individual U (D) Keys.
1
9999
( 1)
(9999)
Function Setting Mode
Note: 1 to 999999 for 6-digit models
• Set each digit using the individual U (D) Keys.
Forecast
setting
upper limit
(PL-H)
1
9999
( 1)
(9999)
Note: 1 to 999999 for 6-digit models.
Note: Displayed only when the configuration selection mode is set to the 2-stage function 2cnt and a forecast value is set.
• Set each digit using the individual U (D) Keys.
Batch count
upper limit
(BL-H)
1
9999
( 1)
(9999)
Note: 1 to 999999 for 6-digit models.
Note: Displayed only when the output mode is set to bcnt.
Output
allocation
change
off
on
(OFF)
(ON)
Note: Displayed only for "-AU@" models.
off: Output 1 = 12, 13, Output 2 = 3, 4, 5 on: Output 1 = 3, 4, 5, Output 2 = 12, 13
The numbers are the terminals numbers.
Key protect
level
(KYPT)
• Set the key protect level using the U (D) Keys.
kp-1
kp-2
kp-3
kp-4
kp-5
kp-6
kp-7
(KP-1)
(KP-2)
(KP-3)
(KP-4)
(KP-5)
(KP-6)
(KP-7)
*8
Output ON
count alarm set
value/monitor
value
*8 Set each digit using the individual U (D) Keys.
Procedure for Models Other than [email protected]@” Models
Output
ON count
alarm set
value
Output
ON count
monitor
value
0
9999
(0 × 1000 times) (9999 × 1000 times)
Note: The monitor value is only displayed. It cannot be set.
Procedure for [email protected]@” Models
Output 1
(OUT1) ON
count alarm
set value
Output 2
(OUT2) ON
count alarm
set value
0
9999
0
9999
(0 × 1000 times) (9999 × 1000 times)
(0 × 1000 times) (9999 × 1000 times)
Output 1
(OUT1) ON
count monitor
value
Note: The monitor value is only displayed. It cannot be set.
Output 2
(OUT2) ON
count monitor
value
Note: The monitor value is only displayed. It cannot be set.
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H7CX-A@-N
Counter
Explanation of Functions
Items marked with stars ★ can be set using the DIP switch.
Input Mode (cntm)★
Prescale Value (pscl)
Set increment mode (UP), decrement mode (DOWN), or one of the
increment/decrement modes (UP/DOWN A, UP/DOWN B, or UP/
DOWN C) as the input mode.
Input modes other than UP or DOWN modes cannot be set using the
DIP switch and so use the operation keys if other modes are required.
(For details on the operation of the input modes, refer to Input Modes
and Present Value on page page 21.)
Pulses input to the counter are converted according to the specified
prescale value.
(Setting range: 0.001 to 99.999 for 6-digit models and 0.001 to 9.999
for 4-digit models.)
Example: To display the feed distance for systems that output 25
pulses for a feed length of 0.5 m in the form @@.@@ m:
1. Set the decimal point position to 2 decimal places.
2. Set the prescale value to 0.02 (0.5 ÷ 25).
Dual Count Calculating Mode ( calm)
When using as a dual counter, select either ADD (addition) or SUB
(subtraction) as the calculation method for the dual count value.
ADD: Dual count value = CP1 PV + CP2 PV
SUB: Dual count value = CP1 PV − CP2 PV
0.5 m
Output Mode (outm)★
Set the way that control output for the present value is output. The
possible settings are N, F, C, R, K-1, P, Q, A, K-2, D, L, and H.
Output modes other than N, F, C, or K-1 cannot be set using the DIP
switch and so use the operation keys if other modes are required. The
output modes that can be set vary with the model.
(For details on the operation of the output modes, refer to Input/
Output Mode Settings on page page 22.)
One-shot Output Time (otim)★
Set the one-shot output time (0.01 to 99.99 s) for control output.
One-shot output can be used only when C, R, K-1, P, Q, A, or K-2 is
selected as the output mode. Output times other than 0.5 s or 0.05 s
cannot be set with the DIP switch and so use the operation keys if
other settings are required.
One-shot Output 2 Time (otm2)★
Set the one-shot output time (0.01 to 99.99 s) for control output
(OUT2).
One-shot output can be used only when C, R, K-1, P, Q, A, or K-2 is
selected as the output mode. Output times other than 0.5 s or 0.05 s
cannot be set with the DIP switch and so use the operation keys if
other settings are required.
One-shot Output 1 Time (otm1)
Set the one-shot output time (0.01 to 99.99 s) for control output
(OUT1).
One-shot output can be used only when D, L, or H is selected as the
output mode.
If the output time is set to 0.00, hold is displayed, and outputs are
held.
Counting Speed (cnts)★
25 pulses
Encoder
• Observe the following points when setting a prescale value.
Set the set value to a value less than {Maximum countable value
− Prescale value}.
Example: If the prescale value is 1.25 and the counting range is
0.000 to 999.999, set the set value to a value less than 998.749
(= 999.999 − 1.25).
If the set value is set to a value greater than this, output will not turn
ON.
• Output will turn ON, however, if a present value overflow occurs
(FFFFFF or FFFF).
Note: If the prescale value setting is incorrect, a counting error will
occur. Check that the settings are correct before using this
function.
NPN/PNP Input Mode (imod)
Select either NPN input (no-voltage input) or PNP input (voltage
input) as the input format. When using a two-wire sensor, select NPN
input.
The same setting is used for all external inputs.
For details on input connections, refer to Input Connections on page
page 9.
Display Color (colr) (Displayed for terminal block models
(except H7CX-A11@) only.)
Set the color used for the present value.
Set the maximum counting speed (30 Hz/5 kHz) for CP1 and CP2
inputs together.
If contacts are used for input signals, set the counting speed to 30 Hz.
Processing to eliminate chattering is performed for this setting.
red
Red (fixed)
grn
Green (fixed)
Reset Input Signal Width (iflt)★
org
Output OFF*
Output ON*
Orange (fixed)
Set the reset input signal width (20 ms/1 ms) for reset/reset 1 and total
reset/reset 2 inputs together.
If contacts are used for the input signal, set the input signal width to
20 ms. Processing to eliminate chattering is performed for this setting.
r-g
Red
Green
g-r
Green
Red
r-o
Red
Orange
Decimal Point Position (dp)
o-r
Orange
Red
Decide the decimal point position for the present value, CP1/CP2
present values, set value (SV1, SV2), total count value, and dual
count set value.
g-o
Green
Orange
o-g
Orange
Green
* Output 2 for 2-stage models.
With the twin counter, output 1 and output 2 will both turn OFF when
the output status is OFF. Either output 1 or output 2 will turn ON when
the output status is ON.
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Counter
Absolute Value Setting/Forecast Value Setting (setm)
Output ON Count Alarm Set Value (on-a)
For the 2 count output mode, an absolute value setting (abs) or
forecast value setting (ofst) can be set for set value 1.
When a forecast value is set, specify the forecast value set value (i.e.,
the deviation for the set value).
The forecast output (output 1) turns ON when the present value
reaches the forecast value.
If the forecast set value is greater than or equal to the set value, the
forecast output (output 1) will turn ON as soon as counting starts.
Set the alarm value for the output ON count.
The limit can be set to between 0 × 1000 (0 times) and 9999 × 1000
(9,999,000 times). Only the underlined values are set. The alarm will
be disabled if 0 is set.
If the total ON count of the output exceeds the alarm set value, e3
will be displayed on the Timer to indicate that the output ON count
alarm value was exceeded. Refer to Self-diagnostic Function on page
page 36 for information on the e3 display.
Example: F Mode
Count value
Set value 2
Set value 1
0
Control output 1 (OUT1)
Control output 2 (OUT2)
If the forecast value setting is used, specify the set value 2 minus the
forecast value setting for set value 1.
Example: F Mode
Count value
Set value
Forecast set value
ON Count Alarm Set Values for Outputs 1 and 2 (OUT1
and OUT2) (on1a and on2a)
Set the ON count alarm values for the outputs 1 and 2.
The limit can be set to between 0 × 1000 (0 times) and 9999 × 1000
(9,999,000 times). Only the underlined values are set. The alarm will
be disabled if 0 is set.
If the total ON count of instantaneous output 1 or 2 exceeds the alarm
set value, e3 will be displayed on the Timer to indicate that the output
ON count alarm value was exceeded. Refer to Self-diagnostic
Function on page page 36 for information on the e3 display.
Output ON Count Monitor Value (on-c)
The monitor value is only displayed. It cannot be set.
The output ON count will be 1,000 times the displayed value.
ON Count Monitor Values for Outputs 1 and 2 (OUT1 and
OUT2) (on1c and on2c)
Forecast
value
0
The monitor value for output 1 or 2 is only displayed. It cannot be set.
The output ON count will be 1,000 times the displayed value.
Forecast output (OUT1)
Control output (OUT 2)
Set Value Upper Limit (sl-h)
Set the upper limit for the set value when it is set in run mode.
The setting can be made from 1 to 9999 for 4-digit models and from
1 to 999999 for 6-digit models.
Forecast Set Upper Limit (pl-h)
Set the upper limit for the forecast set value.
The setting can be made from 1 to 9999 for 4-digit models and from
1 to 999999 for 6-digit models.
Batch Count Upper Limit (bl-h)
Set the upper limit for the batch count value. The setting can be made
from 1 to 9999 for 4-digit models and from 1 to 999999 for 6-digit
models.
Output Allocation (otst)
When using an H7CX-AU@-N model as a 2-stage counter, the output
can be flexibly allocated to either stage 1 or 2.
The transistor output can be allocated to SV1 and the contact output
to SV2 or vice verse, as in the following tables.
H7CX-AU-N/-AUD1-N
Output 1
Output 2
off
Transistor (12-13)
Contact (3, 4, 5)
on
Contact (3, 4, 5)
Transistor (12-13)
H7CX-AUSD1-N
Output 1
Output 2
off
Transistor (12-13)
Transistor with diode (3, 4, 5)
on
Transistor with diode (3, 4, 5)
Transistor (12-13)
Key Protect Level (kypt)
Set the key protect level.
Refer to Key Protect Level on page page 36.
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H7CX-A@-N
Counter
Operation in Run Mode
I/O Functions for Counter Operation
• Set values for each digit as required using the U (D) Keys. (U Key only for 6-digit models.)
1-stage Preset Counter
Total and Preset Counter
Dual Counter
Present value
Set value
Present value
Dual count value
Set value
Dual count
set value
Total count value
CP1 present value
2-stage Preset Counter with
Absolute Value Setting
Present value
CP2 present value
Set value 1
• Present Value/Set Value
Same as 1-stage preset counter.
Present value
Set value 2
• Total Count Value
Shows the present total count value.
• Present Value
Shows the present count value.
• Set Values (Set Value 1 and Set Value 2)
Set the set values.
When the present value reaches the set value (set
value 1 or set value 2), a signal is output according
to the specified output mode.
• Dual Count Value
Shows the sum of the CP1 present value and
CP2 present value when the dual count
calculating mode is ADD and shows the value
obtained by subtracting the CP2 present
value from the CP1 present value when the
dual count calculating mode is SUB.
• Dual Count Set Value
Set the dual count set value.
When the dual count value reaches the dual
count set value, signals are output according
to the specified output mode.
Batch Counter
Present value
Set value
• CP1/CP2 Present Value
Show the present count values for CP1 and
CP2 present values respectively.
2-stage Preset Counter with
Forecast Value Setting
Batch count value
Present value
Batch count set value
Set value
• Present Value/Set Value
Same as 1-stage preset counter.
Present value
Forecast Set Value
• Present Value
Shows the present count value.
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Twin Counter
Present value 1
Set value 1
• Batch Count Value
Shows the number of times the count has been
completed for the present value.
• Batch Count Set Value
Set the batch count set value.
When the batch count value reaches the batch
count set value, batch output (OUT1) turns ON.
Present value 2
Set value 2
• Set Values
Set the set values.
• Present Values 1 and 2
Shows the present count value 1 or 2.
• Forecast Set Value
Set the deviation for the set value.
• Set Values 1 and 2
Setting for present value 1 or 2.
H7CX-A@-N
Counter
Input Modes and Present Value (See note 1.)
I/O Functions for Counter Operation
UP (Increment) Mode
DOWN (Decrement) Mode
CP1: Count input; CP2: Prohibit (gate) input
CP1: Count input; CP2: Prohibit (gate) input
H
H
CP1
CP1
L
L
A
A
A
H
A
Prohibit
Prohibit
H
CP2
CP2
L
L
n
5
n−1
4
Present value
n−2
Present value
3
n−3
2
n−4
1
0
n−5
0
0
A must be greater than the minimum signal width. (See note 2.)
A must be greater than the minimum signal width. (See note 2.)
CP1: Prohibit (gate) input; CP2: Count input
CP1: Prohibit (gate) input; CP2: Count input
H
H
*CP1
*CP1
L
L
A
A
A
Prohibit
H
CP2
A
Prohibit
H
CP2
L
L
n
5
n−1
n−2
4
Present value
Present value
3
n−3
2
n−4
1
n−5
0
0
0
A must be greater than the minimum signal width. (See note 2.)
A must be greater than the minimum signal width. (See note 2.)
* Counting starts when the CP1 is turned ON after turning ON the power.
UP/DOWN A Command Input Mode
UP/DOWN B Individual Input Mode
H
H
CP1
CP1
L
L
A
A
H
H
CP2
CP2
L
L
3
Present value
Present value
2
2
1
0
3
3
2
2
3
1
1
0
0
2
2
1
1
0
A must be greater than the minimum signal width. (See note 2.)
Note: 1. If the configuration selection is set to dual counter, CP1 and
CP2 input will operate in the same way as the count input
(CP1) of UP (increment) mode.
2. A must be greater than the minimum signal width and B
must be at least 1/2 the minimum signal width.
If they are less, a count error of ±1 may occur.
UP/DOWN C Quadrature Input Mode
H
CP1
L
B B B B
H
CP2
L
3
Present value
2
1
0
3
2
2
1
0
B must be at least 1/2 the minimum signal width. (See note 2.)
Minimum signal width: 16.7 ms (when maximum counting speed = 30 Hz)
100 μs (when maximum counting speed = 5 kHz)
3. The meaning of the H and L symbols in the tables is explained
below.
Symbol
Input method
No-voltage input
(NPN input)
Voltage input (PNP
input)
H
Short-circuit
4.5 to 30 VDC
L
Open
0 to 2 VDC
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Counter
Input/Output Mode Settings
I/O Functions for Counter Operation
If a 1-stage model or 2-stage model is incorrectly used as twin counter, the operation for
output 2 will be performed. When using a 2-stage model as a 1-stage preset counter,
total and preset counter, or dual counter, OUT1 and OUT2 turn ON and OFF
simultaneously.
One-shot output from OUT1
(The one-shot output time can be
set in the range 0.01 to 99.99s.)
Self-holding
output
Self-holding
One-shot
output
output from OUT2
Input mode
UP
DOWN
UP/DOWN A, B, C
Operation after count
completion
Reset/
reset 1
999999
Set value 2
N
Set value 1
0
The outputs and present
value display are held
until reset/reset 1 is
input.
OUT1
OUT2
Reset/
reset 1
999999
Set value 2
F
Set value 1
0
The present value
display continues to
increase/decrease.
The outputs are held until
reset/reset 1 is input.
OUT1
OUT2
Reset/
reset 1
999999
Set value 2
Output
mode
setting
Set value 1
C
0
OUT1
OUT2
Reset/
reset 1
999999
Set value 2
R
Set value 1
0
OUT1
OUT2
Reset/
reset 1
999999
Set value 2
K-1
Set value 1
0
OUT1
OUT2
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As soon as the count
reaches SV, the present
value display returns to
the reset start status.
The present value display
does not show the
present value upon countup.
The outputs repeat oneshot operation.
OUT1 self-holding output
turns OFF after the OUT2
one-shot output time.
The OUT1 one-shot
output time is
independent of OUT2.
The present value
display returns to the
reset start status after
the one-shot output time.
The outputs repeat oneshot operation.
OUT1 self-holding output
turns OFF after the
OUT2 one-shot output
time.
The OUT1 one-shot
output time is
independent of OUT2.
The present value
display continues to
increase/decrease.
OUT1 self-holding output
turns OFF after the
OUT2 one-shot output
time.
The OUT1 one-shot
output time is
independent of OUT2.
H7CX-A@-N
Counter
One-shot output from OUT1
(The one-shot output time ca
set in the range 0.01 to 99.9
Self-holding
output
Self-holding
One-shot
output
output from OUT2
Input mode
UP
Reset/
reset 1
999999
Set value 2
Set value 1
0
P
OUT1
OUT2
Reset/
reset 1
999999
Set value 2
Output
mode
setting
Set value 1
0
Q
OUT1
OUT2
DOWN
UP/DOWN A, B, C
Operation after
count completion
The present value
display does not
change during the
one-shot output time
period, but the actual
count returns to the
reset start status.
The output will return
to one-shot mode.
The outputs repeat
one-shot operation.
OUT1 self-holding
output turns OFF after
the OUT2 one-shot
output time.
The OUT1 one-shot
output time is
independent of OUT2.
The present value
continues to increase/
decrease for the oneshot output time, but
returns to the reset
start status after the
one-shot output time
has elapsed.
The outputs repeat
one-shot operation.
OUT1 self-holding
output turns OFF after
the OUT2 one-shot
output time.
The OUT1 one-shot
output time is
independent of OUT2.
Reset/
reset 1
999999
Set value 2
A
Set value 1
0
OUT1
The present value
display and OUT1
self-holding output is
held until reset/reset 1
is input.
OUT1 and OUT2 are
independent.
OUT2
Note: 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The full scale (FS) for H7CX 4-digit models is 9999.
When the present value reaches 999999, it returns to 0.
Counting cannot be performed during reset/reset 1 input.
If reset/reset 1 is input while one-shot output is ON, one-shot output turns OFF.
If there is power failure while output is ON, output will turn ON again when the power supply has recovered.
For one-shot output, output will turn ON again for the duration of the output time setting once the power supply has recovered.
6. Do not use the counter function in applications where the count may be completed (again) while one-shot output is ON.
7. The setting range is 0 to 999999 (0 to 9999 for 4-digit models).
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Counter
(The one-shot output time can be
set in the range 0.01 to 99.99s.)
Self-holding Instantaneous One-shot
output
(equals) output output
Input mode
Operation after count completion
UP/DOWN A, B, C
Reset/
reset 1
999999
Set value 2
Set value 1
K-2
0
−99999
The display continues to increase/
decrease until the overflow or
underflow value is reached.
One-shot output only.
OUT1
OUT2
Reset/
reset 1
999999
Set value 2
Set value 1
D
0
−99999
The display continues to increase/
decrease until the overflow or
underflow value is reached.
The outputs are ON while the count is
equal.
OUT1
OUT2
Output
mode
setting
Reset/
reset 1
999999
Set value 2
Set value 1
L
0
−99999
The display continues to increase/
decrease until the overflow or
underflow value is reached.
OUT1 is held while the present value
is less than or equal to set value 1.
OUT2 is held while the present value
is greater than or equal to set value 2.
OUT1
OUT2
Reset/
reset 1
999999
Set value 2
Set value 1
H
0
−99999
OUT1
The display continues to increase/
decrease until the overflow or
underflow value is reached.
OUT1 is held while the present value
is greater than or equal to set value 1.
OUT2 is held while the present value
is greater than or equal to set value 2.
* H mode is available only when using a
model as a 2-stage counter.
OUT2
Note: 1. Counting cannot be performed during reset/reset 1 input.
2. If reset/reset 1 is input while one-shot output is ON, one-shot output turns OFF.
3. If there is power failure while output is ON, output will turn ON again when the power supply has recovered.
For one-shot output, output will turn ON again for the duration of the output time setting once the power supply has recovered.
4. Do not use the counter function in applications where the count may be completed (again) while one-shot output is ON.
5. The set value is from −99999 to 999999 (−999 to 9999 for 4-digit models).
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Counter
Total and Preset Counter Operation
The H7CX has a total counter, separate from the 1-stage preset counter, for counting the total accumulated value.
• The total counter continues to count the total
accumulated value when the present value is
reset using reset/reset 1 input (Reset Key).
• The total count value is reset when the total
reset/reset 2 input is turned ON.
If the Reset Key is pressed while the total count
value is displayed, the total count value is reset.
The present value is also reset at this time.
• The counting range of the total counter is
−99,999 to 999,999 (−999 to 9,999). The total
count value returns to 0 when it reaches the full
scale limit.
Reset/reset 1
Total Reset or Reset 2
Present value
0
999999
Total count value
0
Note: The full scale (FS) for H7CX 4-digit models is 9999.
Batch Counter Operation
The H7CX has a batch counter, separate from the 1-stage preset counter, for counting the number of times the count has been completed.
Reset 1
Reset 2 (batch
counter reset)
Set value
Present value
0
OUT2
Batch count set value
Sub-display
2
Batch count value
(Main display)
0
OUT1
(batch output)
Note: 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1
Note: The above is for when the output mode is C.
• The batch counter continues after count
completion.
• Batch output is held until batch counter reset is
input.
• When the batch counter reset input is turned
ON, the batch count value is reset, and batch
output turns OFF.
• If the Reset Key is pressed while the batch
count value is displayed, the batch count value
is reset and batch output turns OFF. The
present value is also reset at this time.
• The count value can be incremented and
decremented.
The batch count is only incremented.
• The maximum counting speed for batch counter
operation is 5 kHz. The batch counter counts
the number of times the count reaches the set
value.
The batch count value is held at 0 during batch counter reset input.
If the batch count set value is 0, batch count will be performed but there will be no batch output.
The batch count value returns to 0 when it reaches 999,999 (9,999 for 4-digit models).
Once batch input has been turned ON, it will return to the ON state after power interruptions.
If the batch count set value is changed from a value that is greater than the batch count value to one that is less, batch output will turn ON.
After batch output turns ON, the ON state will be held even if the batch count set value is changed to a value greater than the batch count value.
Dual Counter Operation
Using the dual counter allows the count from 2 inputs to be added or subtracted and the result displayed. It is possible to specify a set value for
which output turns ON when the set value matches the added or subtracted result.
(1) Dual Count Calculating Mode = ADD
Dual count value = CP1 PV + CP2 PV
Reset 1 (CP1 reset)
Reset 2 (CP2 reset)
(2) Dual Count Calculating Mode = SUB
Dual count value = CP1 PV − CP2 PV
Reset 1 (CP1 reset)
Reset 2 (CP2 reset)
Dual count set value
Dual count set value
Dual count value
Dual count value
0
0
CP1 present value
CP1 present value
0
0
CP2 present value
CP2 present value
0
0
OUT1, OUT2
Note: The above is for when the output mode is N.
• The operation after count completion for the
dual counter value is determined by the output
mode.
• The CP1 present value is reset when reset 1
input is turned ON.
The CP2 present value is reset when reset 2
input is turned ON.
• If the Reset Key is pressed while the dual count
value, CP1 present value, or CP2 present value
is displayed, all of the present values are reset
and outputs turn OFF. At this time, counting is
not possible for CP1 or CP2 inputs.
OUT1, OUT2
Note: The above is for when the output mode is K-2.
SUB mode can be used only when K-2, D, L,
or H is selected as the output mode with
6-digit models.
Note: 1. Counting is not possible for CP1 during reset 1 input. CP2 will not be affected. The dual count value will be calculated based on a CP1 present value of 0.
2. Counting is not possible for CP2 during reset 2 input. CP1 will not be affected. The dual count value will be calculated based on a CP2 present value of 0.
3. The counting range for the dual count value is −99,999 to 999,999 (0 to 9,999 for 4-digit models).
The counting ranges for the CP1 present value and CP2 present value are 0 to 999,999 (0 to 9,999 for 4-digit models).
If a present value exceeds 999,999 (9,999 for 4-digit models), FFFFFF (FFFF for 4-digit models) will be displayed to indicate an overflow, and all counting
will stop.
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Counter
Twin Counter Operation
Two independent counters are built in.
Counter 1
Counter input
Reset input
Counter 2
CP1
CP2
Reset 1
Reset 2
Counter 1 display
Counter 2 display
Counter 1 present value
Counter 2 present value
Present value display and
setting
Switched with
the
Key.
Counter 1 set value
Reset Key
Counter 2 set value
Only counters appearing on the display will be reset.
Note: 1. Only 2-stage models
2. Increment mode only for counters 1 and 2.
3. The settings for prescaling and the decimal point are used by both counter 1 and 2.
Reset Function List
I/O Functions for Counter Operation
Function
1-stage/2stage preset
counter
Total and preset counter
Batch count
value/batch
count set
value
Dual count
value/dual
count set
value
Twin counter
CP1 present
value/CP2
present
value
Present value/
set value (1, 2)
Reset/reset 1
Present value
and output
reset.
Present value and output
reset.
Present value and output
reset.
Only the CP1 present value is
reset.
Only the CP1 present value is
reset.
Total reset or
reset 2
No effect
Only the total count value is
reset.
Batch count value and batch
output reset.
Only the CP2 present value is
reset.
Only the CP2 present value is
reset.
Reset Key
Present value
and output
reset.
Present
value/set
value
Dual counter
Screen displayed in run
mode
Present value
and output
reset.
Present
value/set
value
Batch counter
Total count
value
Present
value, total
count value,
and output
reset.
Present value
and output
reset.
Present
value, batch
count value,
output and
batch output
reset.
Present
value 1/Set
value 1
CP1 present value, CP2
present value, dual count
value, and output reset.
• The following table shows the delay from when the present value passes the set value until the output is produced.
Actual measurements in N and K-2 modes (Reference values)
Control output type
Contact output
Transistor output
Max. counting speed
Output delay time
30 Hz
16.5 to 24.0 ms
5 kHz
3.7 to 5.6 ms
30 Hz
12.0 to 20.0 ms
5 kHz
0.2 to 0.55 ms
Note: The above times may vary slightly depending on the mode or operating conditions.
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CP1 present
value reset
Present
value 2/Set
value 2
CP2 present
value reset
H7CX-A@-N
Tachometer
Setting Procedure Guide
Tachometer Operation
Step1
The H7CX is factory-set to the 2-stage counter configuration (1-stage counter configuration for
H7CX-AU@-N models).
Enter configuration selection mode using the following chart and set the tachometer mode.
Note: Step2 can be performed first, followed by Step1 .
Configuration
selection mode
Power ON
1
+
Hold down for 1 s min.
Switch from 2cnt (2-stage preset counter mode) to taco (tachometer mode)
using the U Key.
Run mode
1
+
Hold down for 1 s min.
Step2
Set the basic parameters.
(If the desired I/O mode is not listed below or to set all parameters using the front panel keys, perform Step3 ,
below.)
Key-protect switch
Be sure to set pin 1 to ON.
ON
OFF
Item
1
DIP switch settings
2
Counting speed
3
4
5
6
7
8
OFF
ON
Pin 3
Pin 4
Tachometer output mode
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
OFF
Upper/lower limit output
30 Hz
10 kHz
ON
OFF
Range output
OFF
ON
Upper limit output
ON
ON
Lower limit output
Average processing
Tachometer output mode
Refer to the table on the right.
Average processing
Refer to the table on the right.
--Input selection
Note: All pins are factory-set to OFF.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Pin 5
Pin 6
---
---
OFF
OFF
OFF
NPN
PNP
ON
OFF
2 times
OFF
ON
4 times
ON
ON
8 times
• When setting functions using the DIP switch, be sure to set pin 1 of the DIP switch to ON.
• DIP switch settings are effective when the power is turned ON again. (Perform DIP switch settings while the power is OFF.)
After making DIP switch settings for basic operations, advanced functions can be added using the operation keys.
For details, refer to page page 28.
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Tachometer
Step3
Parameters that cannot be set with the DIP switch are set with the operation keys on the front panel.
Change to Function Setting Mode.
For details on operations and display in run mode, refer to page page 33.
Power ON
3 s min.*1
Function
setting mode
Run mode
3 s min.*2
*1 If the mode is switched to the function setting mode during operation, operation will continue.
*2 Changes made to settings in function setting mode are enabled for the first time when the mode is changed to run mode.
Also, when settings are changed, the counter is reset (measured value initialized and outputs turned OFF) on returning to run mode.
The characters displayed in reverse video are the default settings.
When performing settings with operation keys only, set pin1 of the DIP switch to OFF (factory setting).
If pin 1 of the DIP switch is set to ON, the setting items indicated by
will not be displayed.
Tachometer
input mode
(TINM)
• Set the tachometer input mode using the U Key.
f1
f2
f3
f4
f5
*1 Set tachometer output modes 1 and 2 using the
U Key.
(1 input) (2 inputs) (Error) (Absolute ratio) (Error ratio)
* Displayed only when the tachometer input mode is F2
(2 inputs).
*1
Tachometer
output mode
(TOTM)
Counting
speed
(CNTS)
Tachometer
output
mode 1
(TO1M)
• Set the tachometer output mode using the U Key.
hilo
area
hihi
lolo
(HI-LO)
(AREA)
(HI-HI)
(LO-LO)
Tachometer
output
mode 2
(TO2M)
• Set the counting speed using the U Key.
30hz
(30 Hz)
hi
lo
(HI)
(LO)
hi
lo
(HI)
(LO)
(10 kHz)
Note: Even if 10 kHz is selected when the tachometer input mode is F2 to F5, the counting speed will be 5 kHz.
Function Setting Mode
Decimal point
position
(DP)
• Set the decimal point position using the U Key.
--.---(No decimal point) (One digit after
decimal point)
(Two digits after (Three digits after (Four digits after
decimal point)
decimal point)
decimal point)
Note: “--.----“ will be displayed when pulse width measurement is set or when the display unit is set to seconds.
Prescale
value
(PSCL)
Averaging
method
(AVGT)
• Set each digit using the individual U Key.
0.001
1.000
99.999
(0.001)
(1.000)
(99.999)
• Set the averaging method using the U Key.
smp
mv
(Simple
(Moving
averaging) average)
Average
processing
(AVGN)
• Set the number of averaging times using the U Key.
off
2
4
8
16
(No average (Average of 2 (Average of 4 (Average of 8 (Average of 16
processing) measurements) measurements) measurements) measurements)
Auto-zero
time
(AUT00)
Startup time
(STMR)
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• Set each digit using the individual U Key.
0.1
999.9
(0.1 s)
(999.9 s)
• Set each digit using the individual U Key.
0.0
99.9
(0.0 s)
(99.9 s)
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NPN/PNP
input mode
(IMOD)
• Set the NPN/PNP input mode using the U Key.
npn
pnp
(NPN input) (PNP input)
Display
color
(COLR)
• Set the display color using the U Key.
red
(Red)
Peak/bottom
hold enabled
(DHLD)
grn
org
r-g
g-r
r-o
o-r
g-o
o-g
(Green) (Orange) (Red-green) (Green-red) (Red-orange) (Orange-red) (Green-orange) (Orange-green)
• Enable or disable the peak/bottom hold using the U Key.
off
on
(Disabled) (Enabled)
Output
hysteresis
(HYS)
• Set the output hysteresis using the U Key.
0
99999
(0)
(99999)
Note: The measurement value after prescaling is set.
Function Setting Mode
Output OFF
delay
(OFFD)
• Set each digit using the individual U Key.
0.00
(0.00 s)
Set value
upper limit
(SL-H)
Output
allocation
change
19.99
(19.99 s)
• Set each digit using the individual U Key.
1
999999
(1 )
(999999)
off
on
(OFF)
(ON)
Note: Displayed only for "-AU@" models.
off: Output 1 = 12, 13, Output 2 = 3, 4, 5
on: Output 1 = 3, 4, 5, Output 2 = 12, 13
The numbers are the terminals numbers.
Key protect
level
(KYPT)
Pulse cycle
measurement/
pulse width
measurement
(CALM)
Display unit
(UNIT)
• Set the key protect level using the U Key.
kp-1
kp-2
kp-3
kp-4
kp-5
kp-6
kp-7
(KP-1)
(KP-2)
(KP-3)
(KP-4)
(KP-5)
(KP-6)
(KP-7)
• Set pulse cycle measurement or pulse width measurement using the U Key.
phas
(Pulse cycle (Pulse width
measurement) measurement)
• Set the display unit using the U Key.
hz
s
*2 Set each digit using the individual U Keys.
Output 1
(OUT1) ON
count alarm
set value
0
9999
0
9999
(0 × 1000 times) (9999 × 1000 times)
(Hz)
(s)
Note: Displayed only when pulse cycle measurement is
used.
Measurement
interval
(INTV)
• Set each digit using the individual U Key.
200ms
cont
Output 2
(OUT2) ON
count alarm
set value
(0 × 1000 times) (9999 × 1000 times)
(200 ms) (Cont (10 ms min.))
Note: Displayed only if the measurement speed is 10 kHz
when pulse cycle measurement is used.
*2
Output ON
count alarm set
value/monitor
value
Output 1
(OUT1) ON
count monitor
value
Note: The monitor value is only
displayed. It cannot be set.
Output 2
(OUT2) ON
Note: The monitor value is only
count
displayed. It cannot be set.
monitor value
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Tachometer
Explanation of Functions
Tachometer Operation
Items marked with stars ★ can be set using the DIP
switch.
Tachometer Input Mode (tinm)
Set the count input mode to one of the following: 1 input (F1), 2 inputs
(F2), error (F3), absolute ratio (F4), or error ratio (F5).
Input
mode
Internal
processing
Input
Application
1 input
Count 1
None
Operation with only one input.
2 inputs
Counts 1 and 2 None
Error
Counts 1 and 2
Count 1 input −
Count 2 input
Measuring the difference
between two inputs (error in
number of revolutions).
Absolute
ratio
Counts 1 and 2
Count 1 input ÷
Count 2 input
Measuring the ratio of two
inputs (ratio of number of
revolutions).
Operation with two
independent inputs.
Measuring the ratio of error
for two inputs (measuring the
error ratio of number of
revolutions).
(Count 1 input −
Error ratio Counts 1 and 2 Count 2 input) ÷
Count 2 input
Tachometer Output Mode (totm)★
Set the output method for control output based on the comparison
value. Upper and lower limit (HI-LO), area (AREA), upper limit (HI-HI),
and lower limit (LO-LO) can be set.
(For details on the output modes, refer to Output Mode Settings and
Operation on page page 34.)
N: Number of pulses per revolution
d: Diameter of rotating body (m)
πd: Circumference (m)
d: Diameter
of rotating
body (m)
• Observe the following points when
setting a prescale value.
Set the set value to a value less than {Maximum countable value −
Prescale value}.
Example: If the prescale value is 1.25 and the counting range is
0.000 to 999.999, set the set value to a value less than 998.749 (=
999.999 − 1.25).
If the set value is set to a value greater than this, output will not turn
ON.
* Output will turn ON, however, if a present value overflow occurs (FFFFFF or FFFF}.
Note: If the prescale value setting is incorrect, a counting error will
occur. Check that the settings are correct before using this
function.
Averaging Method (avgt) (Only for Tachometer Operation)
A simple average or moving average can be selected for the
averaging. With the moving average method, the average of the
measurement values is displayed each sampling cycle, in contrast to
a simple average, with which the the average of the set number of
samples is displayed.
Number of Averaging Times (avgn)★
Decide the decimal point position for the measurement value, OUT1
set value, and OUT2 set value.
Flickering display and output chattering can be prevented using
average processing. Average processing can be set to one of four
levels: no average processing, 2 times (i.e., the average of 2
measurement values), 4 times, 8 times, or 16 times.
The measurement cycle will be equal to the sampling cycle multiplied
by the average processing setting (i.e., the number of times).
Average processing enables stable displays even for fluctuating input
signals. Set the optimum number of times for the application.
Prescale Value (pscl)
Auto-zero Time (auto0)
Counting Speed (cnts)★
Set the maximum counting speed (30 Hz/10 kHz) for CP1 input.
If contacts are used for input signals, set the counting speed to 30 Hz.
Processing to eliminate chattering is performed for this setting.
Decimal Point Position (dp)
It is possible to display the rate of rotation or the speed of a device or
machine to which the H7CX is mounted by converting input pulses to
a desired unit.
If this prescaling function is not used, the input frequency (Hz) will be
displayed.
It is also possible to specify time (seconds) as the display value. Refer
to Display Unit on page page 31 for details.
The relationship between display and input is determined by the
following equation. Set the prescale value according to the unit to be
displayed.
Displayed value = f × α
f: Input pulse frequency (number of pulses in 1 second)
α: Prescale value
(1) Displaying Rotation Rate
Display unit
Prescale value (α)
rpm
1/N × 60
rps
1/N
The display can be force-set to 0 if there is no pulse for a certain
period of time. This time is called the auto-zero time. Set the auto-zero
time to a time slightly longer than the estimated interval between input
pulses. Accurate measurement is not possible if the auto-zero time is
set to a time shorter than the input pulse cycle. Setting a time that is
too long may also result in problems, such as a time-lag between
rotation stopping and the alarm turning ON. The auto-zero time is not
applied to pulse width measurements.
Startup Time (stmr)
To prevent undesired outputs resulting from unstable inputs
immediately after the power supply is turned ON, it is possible to
prohibit measurement for a set period of time, the startup time.
It can also be used to stop measurements and disable outputs until
the rotating body reaches the normal rate of rotation, after the power
supply to the H7CX and rotating body are turned ON at the same time.
Display
Startup time
Comparison value
(lower limit)
N: Number of pulses per revolution
Example: To display the rate of rotation for a machine that outputs 5
pulses per revolution in the form @@.@ rpm:
1. Set the decimal point position to 1 decimal places.
2. Using the formula, set the prescale value (α) to 1/N × 60 = 60/5 = 12.
(2) Displaying Speed
30
Display unit
Prescale value (α)
m/min
πd × 1/N × 60
m/s
πd × 1/N
Time
Power supply
Output
(lower limit)
H7CX-A@-N
Tachometer
NPN/PNP Input Mode (imod)★
Output Hysteresis (hys)
Select either NPN input (no-voltage input) or PNP input (voltage
input) as the input format.
When using a two-wire sensor, select NPN input. The same setting is
used for all external inputs.
For details on input connections, refer to Input Connections on page
page 9.
This setting can be used to prevent output chattering if the
measurement value fluctuates slightly near the set value.
The measurement value after prescaling is set.
Comparison value 2
Hysteresis
Display value
Display Color (colr)
Control output OFF
red
Control output ON
grn
Green (fixed)
org
Orange (fixed)
r-g *1
Measured value is
displayed in red when
both control outputs 1
and 2 are OFF.
Measured value is
displayed in green when
either control output 1 or
control output 2 is ON.
g-r *2
Measured value is
displayed in green when
both control outputs 1
and 2 are OFF.
Measured value is
displayed in red when
either control output 1 or
control output 2 is ON.
r-o *3
Measured value is
displayed in red when
both control outputs 1
and 2 are OFF.
Measured value is
displayed in orange
when both control
outputs 1 and 2 are
OFF.
o-r *4
Measured value is
displayed in orange
when both control
outputs 1 and 2 are
OFF.
Measured value is
displayed in red when
both control outputs 1
and 2 are OFF.
g-o *5
Measured value is
displayed in green when
both control outputs 1
and 2 are OFF.
Measured value is
displayed in orange
when both control
outputs 1 and 2 are
OFF.
o-g *6
OUTX1
Red (fixed)
Measured value is
displayed in orange
when both control
outputs 1 and 2 are
OFF.
Hysteresis
Comparison value 1
Set the color used for the measurement value.
Measured value is
displayed in green when
both control outputs 1
and 2 are OFF.
*1. If the tachometer output mode is set to AREA, however, the measured
value is displayed in red when control output 1 is OFF and in green when
control output 1 is ON.
*2. If the tachometer output mode is set to AREA, however, the measured
value is displayed in green when control output 1 is OFF and in red when
control output 1 is ON.
*3. If the tachometer output mode is set to AREA, however, the measured
value is displayed in red when control output 1 is OFF and in orange when
control output 1 is ON.
*4. If the tachometer output mode is set to AREA, however, the measured
value is displayed in orange when control output 1 is OFF and in red when
control output 1 is ON.
*5. If the tachometer output mode is set to AREA, however, the measured
value is displayed in green when control output 1 is OFF and in orange
when control output 1 is ON.
*6. If the tachometer output mode is set to AREA, however, the measured
value is displayed in orange when control output 1 is OFF and in green
when control output 1 is ON.
Peak/bottom Hold Enabled (dhld)
This function records the peak and bottom (i.e., minimum) after
counting starts (after turning ON the power supply or changing the
configuration selection mode or function setting). The peak value is
also held when the power supply is interrupted.
OUTY2
Set the hysteresis for when
the output turns OFF.
Output OFF Delay (offd)
This function delays the timing for turning OFF comparative output by
a certain time.
The ON time can be held for the set time if the comparative result
changes in a short time.
Operation will continue and outputs will not change when holding the
value.
Set Value Upper Limit (pl-h)
Set the upper limit for the set value when it is set in run mode. The
limit can be set to between 1 and 999999.
Output Allocation (otst)
When using an H7CX-AU@-N model as 2-stage counter, each output
can be flexibly allocated to either stage 1 or 2.
The transistor output can be allocated to SV1 and the contact output
to SV2 or vice verse, as in the following tables.
H7CX-AU-N/-AUD1-N
Output 1
Output 2
off
Transistor (12-13)
Contact (3, 4, 5)
on
Contact (3, 4, 5)
Transistor (12-13)
H7CX-AUSD1-N
Output 1
Output 2
off
Transistor (12-13)
Transistor with diode (3, 4, 5)
on
Transistor with diode (3, 4, 5)
Transistor (12-13)
Key Protect Level (kypt)
Set the key protect level.
Refer to Key Protect Level on page page 36.
Pulse Cycle Measurement/Pulse Width Measurement
(calm)
Set the measurement mode to pulse cycle measurement or pulse
width measurement.
With pulse cycle measurement, the number of pulse cycles that occur
in 1 s is measured.
With pulse width measurement, the ON time for one pulse is
measured.
An input OFF period of at least 20 ms is required for pulse width
measurement.
If there is no input pulse during pulse width measurement, the
previously measured value will be held.
Display Unit (unit)
When pulse cycle measurement is used, set the display unit to Hz
(hertz) or s (seconds).
Counting Interval (intv)
If the measurement speed is 10 kHz when pulse cycle measurement
is used, set the measurement interval to 200 ms or Cont (10 ms min.).
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ON Count Alarm Set Values for Outputs 1 and 2 (OUT1
and OUT2) (on1a and on2a)
Set the ON count alarm values for the outputs 1 and 2.
The limit can be set to between 0 × 1000 (0 times) and 9999 × 1000
(9,999,000 times). Only the underlined values are set. The alarm will
be disabled if 0 is set.
If the total ON count of instantaneous output 1 or 2 exceeds the alarm
set value, e3 will be displayed on the Timer to indicate that the output
ON count alarm value was exceeded. Refer to Self-diagnostic
Function on page page 36 for information on the e3 display.
ON Count Monitor Values for Outputs 1 and 2 (OUT1 and
OUT2) (on1c and on2c)
The monitor value for output 1 or 2 is only displayed. It cannot be set.
The output ON count will be 1,000 times the displayed value.
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Tachometer
Operation in Run Mode
Tachometer Operation
• Set each digit using the individual U Keys.
Measurement value
• Measurement value
Displays the currently measured value.
• Comparison value 1/Comparison value 2
Set comparison value 1 and comparison value 2.
Measurement value 1
The measurement value is compared to
comparison value 1 and comparison value 2 and
Comparison value 1
output is made according to the selected output
mode.
*1
*2
Measurement value 2
Comparison value 2
*3
*1 Measurement value 1 for the 2-input input mode.
*2 Measurement value 2 for the 2-input input mode.
*3 Peak/bottom hold enabled
Displayed when the input mode is not 2 inputs.
Peak hold value
Bottom hold value
Displayed for the 2-input input mode.
Peak hold value 1
Bottom hold value 1
Peak hold value 2
• Peak/bottom hold value
The peak (maximum) and bottom (minimum)
values are displayed after counting starts.
• Peak/bottom hold value 2
Peaks (maximums) 1 and 2 and bottoms
(minimums) 1 and 2 are displayed after counting
starts.
Note: The held values will be initialized when
the Reset Key (Hold Key) or reset 1 input
is turned OFF while peak/bottom hold
values 1 and 2 are being displayed. (The
reset 2 input operates in the same way if
the input mode is set to 2-input mode.)
Bottom hold value 2
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Output Mode Setting and Operation
Tachometer Operation
Input mode
setting
Output mode
setting
Operation
(Upper-limit)
Comparison value 2
Measurement value
Upper and
lower limit
(HI-LO)
(Lower-limit)
Comparison value 1
ON condition for OUT1: Measurement value ≤ Comparison value 1
ON condition for OUT2: Measurement value ≥ Comparison value 2
OUT1
OUT2
Comparison value 2
Measurement value
Area (AREA)
Comparison value 1
OUT1
1 input
Error
Absolute ratio
Error ratio
Comparison value 1 ≤
Comparison value 2
Condition
Measurement value 1 >
Comparison value 2
ON condition
for OUT1
Comparison value 1 ≤
Measurement value ≤
Comparison value 2
Comparison value 2 ≤
Measurement value ≤
Comparison value 1
ON condition
for OUT2
Measurement value <
Comparison value 1 or
Measurement value >
Comparison value 2
Measurement value <
Comparison value 2 or
Measurement value >
Comparison value 1
OUT2
(Upper-limit)
Comparison value 2
Measurement value
Upper limit
(HI-HI)
(Lower-limit)
Comparison value 1
ON condition for OUT1: Measurement value ≥ Comparison value 1
ON condition for OUT2: Measurement value ≥ Comparison value 2
OUT1
OUT2
(Upper-limit)
Comparison value 2
Measurement value
Lower limit
(LO-LO)
(Lower-limit)
Comparison value 1
ON condition for OUT1: Measurement value ≤ Comparison value 1
ON condition for OUT2: Measurement value ≤ Comparison value 2
OUT1
OUT2
Output 1
Output 2
Comparison value 1
Comparison value 2
CP1 display value
CP2 display value
Upper limit
(HI)
OUT1
OUT2
ON condition for output 1: CP1 present value (display value) ≥ Comparison value 1
ON condition for output 2: CP2 present value (display value) ≥ Comparison value 2
2 inputs
Output 1
Output 2
CP1 display value
Lower limit
(LO)
CP2 display value
Comparison value 1
Comparison value 2
OUT1
OUT2
ON condition for output 1: CP1 present value (display value) ≤ Comparison value 1
ON condition for output 2: CP2 present value (display value) ≤ Comparison value 2
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H7CX-A@-N
Switching between Preset Counter, Total and Preset Counter, Batch Counter, Dual
Counter, Twin Counter, and Tachometer Operation
Select which H7CX configuration is used (i.e., preset counter, total and preset counter, batch counter, dual counter, twin counter, or tachometer)
in configuration selection mode.
The H7CX is also equipped with a DIP switch monitor function, a convenient function that enables the settings of the DIP switch pins to be
confirmed using the display on the front of the H7CX.
Power ON
Run mode
RST
1
Key
Key
Key
1
Key
Note
Configuration Selection Mode
*2
To change the mode to configuration selection mode, hold
down the
Key held down.
1 Key for 1 s min. with the
1 Key is pressed first.
The mode will not change if the
+
1
*1
Press the
key for 1 s
min.
Configuration
selection
Select the configuration using the UD Key.
1cnt
(1-stage
preset
counter)
2cnt
tcnt
bcnt
(Total and
(Batch
preset counter) counter)
(2-stage
preset
counter)
dcnt
(Dual
counter)
twn
(Twin
counter)
taco
(Tachometer)
*The configurations that can be selected depend on the model.
Note: By default, the H7CX is set to the 1-stage preset counter configuration. (Two-stage
models are set to the 2-stage preset counter configuration.)
nt
ie
ven
Con
DIP switch
monitor
(DIP)
Confirm the status of DIP switch pins 1 to 8 using the UD Key.
*This display is possible only when DIP switch pin 1 (DIP switch settings enable/disable)
is set to ON (enable).
Example
ON
OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
…Indicates that DIP switch pin 8 is ON.
…Indicates that DIP switch pin 7 is OFF.
…Indicates that DIP switch pin 6 is ON.
…Indicates that DIP switch pin 5 is OFF.
…Indicates that DIP switch pin 4 is ON.
…Indicates that DIP switch pin 3 is OFF.
…Indicates that DIP switch pin 2 is ON.
…Indicates that DIP switch pin 1 is ON.
*1 When the mode is changed to configuration selection mode, the present value is reset, outputs turn OFF, and counting (measuring) stops.
*2 Setting changes made in configuration selection mode are enabled when the mode is changed to run mode. If the configuration is changed, the
set value (or set value 1 and set value 2), comparison value 1 and comparison value 2 are initialized.
Hold Function
The measurement value (display value) and output are sustained while the hold input is ON.
Note: The output will maintain the current status when the hold key is pressed.
Example:
Output mode
setting
Operation
Hold input* (Reset Key)
Actual input
Lower limit
Display value
Comparison value (lower limit)
Sustained display value
Sustained output
OUT
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H7CX-A@-N
Key Protect Level
It is possible to prevent setting errors by prohibiting the use of certain operation keys by specifying the key protect level (KP-1 to KP-7) when the
key-protect switch is set to ON.
The key protect level is set in the function setting mode. The key protect indicator is lit when the key-protect switch is ON.
* OFF
(Disable)
ON
(Enable)
*Factory-set to OFF
Key protect indicator
Details
Level
Description
Changing modes*
Switching display
during operation
Reset Key
Up/Down Keys
KP-1
(default setting)
Invalid
Valid
Valid
Valid
KP-2
Invalid
Valid
Invalid
Valid
KP-3
Invalid
Valid
Valid
Invalid
KP-4
Invalid
Valid
Invalid
Invalid
KP-5
Invalid
Invalid
Invalid
Invalid
KP-6
Invalid
Invalid
Valid
Valid
KP-7
Invalid
Invalid
Invalid
Valid
* Changing mode to configuration selection mode or function setting mode.
Self-diagnostic Function
The following displays will appear if an error occurs.
Main display
Sub-display
Output status
Correction method
Set value after reset
----- (----)*1*5
No change
Present value underflow*3
No change
Either press the Reset Key or turn
ON reset input.
No change
fffff (ffff)*1*5
No change
Present value overflow*4
No change
Either press the Reset Key or turn
ON reset input.*6
No change
e1
Not lit
Either press the Reset Key or
reset the power supply.
No change
e2
Not lit
e2
sum
e3*8
No change
Description
CPU error
Memory error (RAM)
OFF
Turn ON the power again.
Memory error (EEPROM)*2
OFF
Reset Key
Output Counter Overflow
*1. Displays for 4-digit models are given in parentheses.
*2. This includes times when the life of the EEPROM has expired.
*3. This occurs if the present value or total count value falls below −99999
(−999 for 4-digit models).
*4. This occurs in the following conditions if the present value (i.e.,
measurement value) exceeds 999999 (9999 for 4-digit models).
• For Output Modes K-2, D, L, or H
• Dual counter or tachometer operation is used.
*5. Display flashes.(1-second cycles)
*6. This does not apply when tachometer operation is used.
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OFF
No change
Reset Key*7
No change
Factory setting
No change
*7. This is displayed if the alarm value setting for either of the two outputs is
exceeded if a model with two outputs is used.The total ON count will not be
cleared by using the Reset Key.
*8. The normal display and e3 will appear alternately.
When the Reset Key is pressed, e3 will not be displayed even if the alarm
set value is exceeded.
(Monitoring is possible, however, because the counter will continue without
the output ON count being cleared.)
H7CX-R@-N
H7CX-R@-N Tachometer
• Tachometer-only model (DIN 48 × 48) for the H7CX
(Supports display and alarm outputs for numbers of rotations,
speed, and flow rate.)
• Socket design allows either flush or surface mounting.
• "-W" models added to provide two sets of measurement controls. *
• Operation in any of the four following modes is possible with the
same Unit: Upper and lower limit, upper limit, lower limit, and area.
• Equipped with auto-zero time, average processing, and startup
time functions.
* The prescale value and auto-zero time settings are one.
For the most recent information on models that have been certified for
safety standards, refer to your OMRON website.
Specifications
Ratings
Item
Input mode
Classification
Model
Power supply voltage*1
Ratings
Operating voltage
fluctuation range
Power consumption
Mounting method
External connections
Degree of protection
Input signals
Tachometer
H7CX-R11@-N
1 input only
• 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
• 12 to 24 VDC or 24 VAC, 50/60 Hz
H7CX-R11W@-N
2 inputs only
85% to 110% of rated supply voltage (90% to 110% at 12 to 24 VDC)
Approx. 9.4 VA at 100 to 240 VAC, Approx. 7.2 VA/4.7 W at 24 VAC/12 to 24 VDC, Approx. 3.7 W at 12 to 24 VDC
Flush mounting or surface mounting
11-pin socket
IEC IP66, UL508 Type 4 (indoors) for panel surface only and when Y92S-29 Waterproof Packing is used
Count and hold
Count 1 and count 2
AMD-compatible mode (continuous
Pulse measurement method
Tachometer mode (cycle measurement)
Tachometer mode (cycle measurement)
measurement)
30 Hz
10 kHz
30 Hz (minimum pulse width: 16.7 ms) or 5 kHz
Maximum counting speed
(minimum pulse
(minimum pulse
--(minimum pulse width: 0.1 ms) (selectable)
width: 16.7 ms)
width: 0.05 ms)
Minimum input signal width
--10 ms
1 ms
--Measuring ranges
0.001 Hz to 30.00Hz 0.001 Hz to 10 kHz
0.026 to 999999 s
0.003 to 999999 s
0.01 to 5k Hz
Continuous measurement (minimum
Sampling cycle
200 ms min.
200 ms min.
interval of 10 ms)
• Input pulse of 5 Hz min.
Averaging not used: 200 ms
Averaging used: 200 multiplied by the averaging setting (ms)
Display refresh cycle
• Input pulse of less than 5 Hz
Averaging not used: Two times the maximum input pulse cycle
Using averaging: Two times the maximum of the input pulse cycle multiplied by the averaging setting.
Measuring accuracy
±0.1% FS ±1 digit max. (at 23 ±5°C)
Output mode
HI-LO, AREA, HI-HI, LO-LO
HI-HI, LO-LO
Auto-zero time
0.1 to 999.9 s (in Tachometer Mode)
Startup time
0.0 to 99.9 s
Averaging
Simple averaging/moving averaging selectable, Number of times: OFF, 2, 4, or 8 times
Prescaling function
0.001 to 99.999 (in Tachometer Mode)
Decimal point adjustment
Rightmost 3 digits
--Sensor waiting time
290 ms max. (Control output is turned OFF and no input is accepted during sensor waiting time.)
No-voltage Input
Impedance when ON: 1 kΩ max.
(Leakage current: 12 mA when 0 Ω)
ON residual voltage:
3 V max.
Impedance when OFF: 100 kΩ min.
Input method
Voltage Input
Input
High (logic) level:
4.5 to 30 VDC
Low (logic) level:
0 to 2 VDC
(Input resistance: approx. 4.7 kΩ)
No-voltage input/voltage input (selectable)
Hold input
Minimum input signal width: 20 ms
--12 VDC (±10%), 100 mA
External power supply
* Refer to Safety Precautions (Common) on page page 52 for details.
Contact output: 3 A at 250 VAC/30 VDC, resistive load (cosφ=1)
Control output
Minimum applied load:10 mA at 5 VDC (failure level: P, reference value)
7-segment, negative transmissive LCD
Display*2
Character height
Present value: 10 mm (red), comparison value: 6 mm (green)
Digits
6 digits (0 to 999999)
Memory backup
EEPROM (overwrites: 100,000 times min.) that can store data for 10 years min.
Operating temperature range
−10 to 55°C (−10 to 50°C if Counter/Tachometers are mounted side by side) (with no icing or condensation)
Storage temperature range
−25 to 70°C (with no icing or condensation)
Operating humidity range
25% to 85%
Case color
Black (N1.5)
*1. Do not use the output from an inverter as the power supply. The ripple must be 20% maximum for CC power.
*2. The display is lit only when the power is ON. Nothing is displayed when power is OFF.
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H7CX-R@-N
Characteristics
* See Life-test Curve (Reference Values) on the right.
Life-test Curve
(Reference Values)
No. of operations ( ×103)
Resistive Load
1,000
700
500
300
30 VDC (cosφ=1)
250 VAC (cosφ=1)
100
70
50
0
1
2
Inductive Load
No. of operations ( ×103)
100 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) between current-carrying terminal and exposed noncurrent-carrying metal parts, and between non-continuous contacts
2,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between current-carrying metal parts and non-currentcarrying metal parts
2,000 VAC (for 100 to 240 VAC), 50/60 Hz for 1 min between power supply and input
Dielectric strength
circuit (1,000 VAC for 24 VAC/12 to 24 VDC)
2,000 VAC 50/60 Hz for 1 min between control output, power supply, and input circuit
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between non-continuous contacts
3.0 kV (between power terminals) for 100 to 240 VAC, 1.0 kV for 24 VAC/12 to 24 VDC
Impulse withstand voltage 4.5 kV (between current-carrying terminal and exposed non-current-carrying metal
parts) for 100 to 240 VAC, 1.5 kV for 24 VAC/12 to 24 VDC
±1.5 kV (between power terminals)
Noise immunity
±600 V (between input terminals)
Square-wave noise by noise simulator (pulse width: 100 ns/1 μs, 1-ns rise)
Static immunity
Destruction: 15 kV, Malfunction: 8 kV
Destruction 10 to 55 Hz with 0.75-mm single amplitude, each in three directions for 2 hours
Vibration
resistance
Malfunction 10 to 55 Hz with 0.35-mm single amplitude, each in three directions for 10 min
Destruction 300m/s2 each in three directions, three cycles
Shock resistance
Malfunction 100m/s2 each in three directions, three cycles
Mechanical: 10,000,000 operations min.
Life expectancy
Electrical: 100,000 operations min. (3 A at 250 VAC, resistive load, ambient
temperature condition: 23°C) *
Weight
Approx. 110 g (Tachometer only)
Insulation resistance
3
4
Load current (A)
1,000
700
500
300
30 VDC (L/R=7 ms)
Applicable Standards
Approved cULus (or cURus): UL508/CSA C22.2 No. 14 *1
Conforms to EN 61010-1 (IEC 61010-1): Pollution degree 2/overvoltage category II, B300 PILOT DUTY,
safety
standards 1/4 HP 120 VAC, 1/3 HP, 240 VAC, 3-A resistive load
EN61326-1 *2
(EMI)
EN55011 Group 1 classA
Emission Enclosure:
EN55011 Group 1 classA
Emission AC mains:
EN61326-1 *2
(EMS)
EN61000-4-2: 4 kV contact discharge (level 2);
Immunity ESD:
8 kV air discharge (level 3)
EN61000-4-3: 10 V/m (Amplitude-modulated, 80 MHz to 1 GHz)
Immunity RF-interference:
(level 3);
EMC
10 V/m (Pulse-modulated, 900 MHz ±5 MHz) (level 3)
Immunity Conducted Disturbance: EN61000-4-6: 10 V (0.15 to 80 MHz) (level 3)
EN61000-4-4: 2 kV power-line (level 3);
Immunity Burst:
1 kV I/O signal-line (level 4)
EN61000-4-5: 1 kV line to lines (power and output lines) (level 2);
Immunity Surge:
2 kV line to ground (power and output lines) (level 3)
Immunity Voltage Dip/Interruption: EN61000-4-11: 0.5 cycle, 100% (rated voltage)
*1. The following safety standards apply to the H7CX-R11@.
cUL (Listing): Applicable when an OMRON P2CF(-E) Socket is used.
cUR (Recognition): Applicable when any other socket is used.
*2. Industrial electromagnetic environment (EN/IEC 61326-1 Table 2)
I/O Functions
Inputs
Count,
count 1,
count 2
Hold
Outputs
OUT
Reads counting signals.
• Holds the measurement value and outputs.
• The hold indicator is lit during hold.*
Outputs signals according to the specified output
mode when a comparison value is reached.
* Refer to page page 50 for details on the hold function.
• The following table shows the delay from when the reset signal is
input until the output is turned OFF. (Reference values)
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Minimum reset signal width
Output delay time
1 ms
0.8 to 1.2 ms
20 ms
15 to 25 ms
100
250 VAC (cosφ=1)
70
50
0
1
2
3
4
Load current (A)
A current of 0.15 A max. can be switched at
125 VDC (cosφ=1) (Life expectancy: 100,000
operations)
A current of 0.1 A max. can be switched if
L/R=7 ms.
(Life expectancy: 100,000 operations)
H7CX-R@-N
Connections
Terminal Arrangement
Block Diagram
H7CX-R11-N
H7CX-R11D1-N
(Basic insulation)
Output circuit
*
Hold
Power supply
circuit
(Basic insulation)
(Basic insulation)
Count
*
*
Hold
Hold
0V
(−)
Sensor
(+)
Display circuit
Internal circuit
6
5
4
8
3
9
10
2
1 11
12 VDC
External
power supply
OUT
(−)
(+)
* The hold function is the same whichever terminal is connected. Terminals are not
connected internally, and so do not use them for cross-over wiring.
H7CX-R11W-N
H7CX-R11WD1-N
Count and Hold Inputs
No-voltage Inputs
(NPN Inputs)
Count 2
Internal circuit
5 6 7
4
(−)
Sensor
(+)
Approx. 4.7 kΩ
1 kΩ
IN
IN
Internal
circuit
Internal
circuit
8
3
2
12 VDC
Voltage Inputs
(PNP Inputs)
+14V
OUT2
Count 1
Key switch
circuit
Input Circuits
Internal circuit
0V
Internal
control circuit
Input circuits
7
1 11
9
10
External
power supply
OUT1
(−)
(+)
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H7CX-R@-N
Input Connections
The inputs of the H7CX-R are no-voltage (short-circuit or open) inputs or voltage inputs. They are set for use as voltage inputs at the time of
delivery.
No-voltage Inputs (NPN Inputs)
Count
Hold
Hold
Count
0 V for inputs
DC Two-wire Sensor
0 V for inputs
Hold
Count
Hold
Contact Input
Count
Sensor,
etc.
0 V for inputs
Voltage Output
PLC or
sensor
0 V for inputs
Open Collector
H7CX-R11@
3
4 5 7
6
H7CX-R11@
3
4 5 7
6
H7CX-R11@
3
4 5 7
6
H7CX-R11@
3
4 5 7
6
H7CX-R11W@
3
---
6
H7CX-R11W@
3
---
6
H7CX-R11W@
3
---
6
H7CX-R11W@
3
---
6
Note: Operates when the transistor turns ON.
Note: Operate when the contact turns ON.
Note: Operates when the transistor turns ON.
Note: Operates when the transistor turns ON.
No-voltage Input Signal Levels
No-contact
input
Short-circuit level (Transistor ON)
• Residual voltage: 3 V max.
• Impedance when ON: 1 kΩ max.
Applicable Two-wire Sensor
•
•
•
•
(The leakage current is approx. 12 mA when the impedance is 0 Ω.)
Open level (Transistor OFF)
• Impedance when OFF: 100 kΩ min.
Contact input
Leakage current: 1.5 mA max.
Switching capacity: 5 mA min.
Residual voltage: 3 VDC max.
Operating voltage: 10 VDC
Use contacts which can adequately switch 5 mA at 10 V.
Note: The DC voltage must be 30 VDC max.
Voltage Inputs (PNP Inputs)
No-contact Input (NPN Transistor)
Sensor,
etc.
3
6
H7CX-R11@
3
4 5 7
6
H7CX-R11W@
3
---
6
Note: Operate when the transistor turns ON.
Voltage Input Signal Levels
High level (Input ON): 4.5 to 30 VDC
Low level (Input OFF): 0 to 2 VDC
Note: 1. The DC voltage must be 30 VDC max.
2. Input resistance: Approx. 4.7 kΩ
H7CX-R11@
3
Count
Hold
0 V for inputs
Count
Hold
0 V for inputs
Count
Hold
4 5 7
3
--6
H7CX-R11W@
Note: Operate when the transistor turns OFF.
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Contact Input
Sensor,
etc.
0 V for inputs
H7CX-R11@
No-contact Input (PNP Transistor)
4 5 7
6
3
--6
H7CX-R11W@
Note: Operate when the contact turns ON.
H7CX-R@-N
Nomenclature
Display Section
Operation Keys
1. Hold Indicator (orange)
7. Mode Key
(Lit when the hold input or hold key is ON. )
(Used to switch mode and setting items.)
5
2
2. Key Protect Indicator (orange)
3
1
Lit when the key protect switch is ON.
6
8. Hold Key
(Used to sustain the measurement value and output.)
4
3. Control Output Indicator (orange)
OUT
1
9. Up Keys 1 to 6
7
OUT (1-output models)
9
8
2 (2-output models)
Switches
4. Comparison Value 1, 2 Stage Indicator
6th digit
1st digit
10. Key-protect Switch
5. Present Value (Main Display)
(Factory setting) OFF
(Disable)
Character height: 10 mm (red)
10
ON
(Enable)
11
6. Comparison Value (Sub-display)
Character height: 6 mm (green)
Character Size
for Main Display
11. DIP Switch
Character Size
for Sub-display
ON
6 mm
10 mm
OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
(Factory setting)
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
Tachometers
Dimensions without Flush Mounting Adapter
Panel Cutouts
Panel cutouts are as shown below
(according to DIN43700).
H7CX-R@-N
60 min.
45 +0.6
−0
48 × 48
6
63.7
14.4
45 +0.6
−0
15 min.
60 min.
44.8 × 44.8
Note:
Dimensions with Flush Mounting Adapter (Adapter and
Waterproof Packing Ordered Separately)
Y92S-29 (order separately)
Waterproof Packing
Panel
H7CX-R@-N
3.
Y92F-30 (order separately)
Flush Mounting Adapter
P3GA-11
(order
separately)
Rear Surface
Connection
Socket
(51)
58
48
7.5
1.
2.
89.9
The mounting panel thickness should be 1 to 5 mm.
To allow easier operation, it is recommended that
Adapters be mounted so that the gap between
sides with hooks is at least 15 mm (i.e., with the
panel cutouts separated by at least 60 mm).
It is possible to horizontally mount Timers side by
side. Attach the Flush Mounting Adapters so that
the surfaces without hooks are on the sides of the
Timers. If Counters/Tachometers are mounted side
by side, however, water resistance will be lost.
n side by side mounting
A
A=(48n−2.5) +1
−0
With Y92A-48F1 attached.
A={48n−2.5+(n−1)×4} +1
−0
With Y92A-48 attached.
A=(51n−5.5) +1
−0
Dimensions with Front Connecting Socket
H7CX-R@-N
P2CF-11(-E) (order separately)
Front Connecting Socket
H7CX-R@-N
100.9
103.2*
* These dimensions vary with the kind of DIN track (reference value).
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H7CX-R@-N
Accessories (Order Separately)
Note: Depending on the operating environment, the condition
of resin or rubber products may deteriorate, or they may
shrink or become harder. Therefore, it is recommended
that resin products be replaced regularly.
Flush Mounting
Adapter
Y92F-30
Order a Flush Mounting Adapter
separately if the product is to be
flush-mounted.
Y92F-45
Use this Adapter to install the
Counter/Tachometer in a cutout
previously made for a DIN 72 × 72 mm
device (panel cutout: 68 × 68 mm).
Soft Cover
Y92A-48F1
Waterproof Packing
Y92S-29
Protecting the Timer in Environments Subject to Oil
The H7CX's panel surface is water-resistive (conforming to [email protected],
UL Type 4X) and so even if drops of water penetrate the gaps
between the keys, there will be no adverse effect on internal circuits.
If, however, there is a possibility of oil being present on the
operator's hands, use the Soft Cover. The Soft Cover ensures
protection equivalent to IP54 against oil. Do not, however, use the
H7CX in locations where it would come in direct contact with oil.
Hard Cover
Y92A-48
Connection Sockets
Refer to Connection Sockets on page page 13 for details.
Optional Products for Track Mounting
Refer to Optional Products for Track Mounting on page page 14 for details.
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Order the Waterproof Packing separately if it is lost or damaged.
The Waterproof Packing can be used to achieve protection equivalent
to IP66.
(The Waterproof Packing will deteriorate, harden, and shrink
depending on the application environment. To ensure maintaining the
NEMA4 waterproof level, periodically replace the Waterproof
Packing. The periodic replacement period will depend on the
application environment. You must confirm the proper replacement
period. Use 1 year or less as a guideline. If the Waterproof Packing is
not replaced periodically, the waterproof level will not be maintained.)
It is not necessary to mount the Waterproof Packing if waterproof
construction is not required.
H7CX-R@-N
Operating Procedures
Parameters must be set using both the DIP switch and the operation keys on the front panel.
Refer to the following for the detailed procedure.
Step1
Set the basic parameters.
ON
OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
(Factory setting)
Item
OFF
ON
1
Input mode*1
2
Counting speed/
Minimum input signal width
Refer to the table on the right.
Output mode*2
Refer to the table on the right.
Average processing
Refer to the table on the right.
3
4
5
6
7
8
--NPN/PNP input mode
---
---
NPN
PNP
Note: The characters displayed in reverse video are the default settings.
The settings made using the DIP switch can be checked in the
DIP switch monitor mode.
Input mode
Counting speed/
minimum input signal width
Pin 1
Pin 2
OFF
OFF
Tachometer
30 Hz
ON
OFF
AMD compatible
10 ms
OFF
ON
Tachometer
10 kHz*3
ON
ON
AMD compatible
1 ms
Pin 6
Pin 4
Output mode
OFF
OFF
Upper and lower limit
ON
OFF
Area
OFF
ON
Upper limit
ON
ON
Lower limit
Pin 5
Pin 6
Average processing
OFF
OFF
OFF (no average processing)
ON
OFF
2 times
OFF
ON
4 times
ON
ON
8 times
*1. The setting of Pin 1 is disabled (OFF) for the H7CX-R11W@.
*2. For the H7CX-R11W@.
Pin 3
Output mode
3
Output 1 mode
Refer to the table on the right.
OFF
Upper limit
4
Output 2 mode
Refer to the table on the right.
ON
Lower limit
Pin 4
OFF
Output mode
Upper limit
ON
Lower limit
Item
OFF
ON
Note: The characters displayed in reverse video are the default settings.
*3. For the H7CX-R11W@, the counting speed will be 5 kHz even if 10 kHz
is selected.
• DIP switch settings are effective when the power is turned ON again. (Perform DIP switch settings while the power is OFF.)
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H7CX-R@-N
Step2
For details on operations in run mode, refer to page page 47.
Change to Function Setting Mode.
Power ON
3 s min.*1
Function
setting mode
Run mode
*1 If the mode is switched to the function setting mode during operation, operation will
continue.
*2 Changes made to settings in function setting mode are enabled for the first time when the
mode is changed to run mode.
Also, when settings are changed, the counter is reset (measured values initialized and
output turned OFF) on returning to run mode.
3 s min.*2
The characters displayed in reverse video are the default settings.
Decimal point
position
(DP)
• Set the decimal point position using the U Key.
(No decimal point) (One digit after (Two digits after (Three digits after
decimal point) decimal point) decimal point)
Prescale value
(PSCL)
• Set each digit using the individual U Key.
(0.001)
(1.000)
(99.999)
Note: Not displayed in AMD-compatible mode.
Averaging
method
(AUGT)
• Set the averaging method using the U Key.
smp
mv
(SMP)
(MV)
Note: SMP: Simple averaging, MV: Moving average
Auto-zero
time
(AUTO0)
*1 Set each digit using the individual U Key.
• Set each digit using the individual U Key.
Procedure for Models Other than [email protected] Models
(0.1 s)
Output
ON count
alarm set
value
(999.9 s)
Function Setting Mode
Note: Not displayed in AMD-compatible mode.
Startup
time
(STMR)
9999
• Set each digit using the individual U Key.
(0.0 s)
Peak/bottom
hold
enabled
(DHLD)
Output
ON count
monitor
value
(99.9 s)
Note: The monitor value is only
displayed. It cannot be set.
• Enable or disable peak/bottom hold using the U Key. Procedure for [email protected] Models
off
Output 1
(OUT1) ON
0
9999
count alarm
set value
(0 × 1000 times) (9999 × 1000 times)
on
(Disabled) (Enabled)
• Set the output hysteresis using the U Key.
Output
hysteresis
(HYS)
0
(0)
Output 2
(OUT2) ON
0
9999
count alarm
set value (0 × 1000 times) (9999 × 1000 times)
99999
(99999)
Note: The measurement value after prescaling is set.
Output OFF
delay
(OFFD)
Set value
upper limit
(SL-H)
• Set each digit using the individual U Key.
0.00
19.99
(0.00 s)
(19.99 s)
Output 1
(OUT1) ON
count
Note: The monitor value is only
displayed. It cannot be set.
monitor
value
Output 2
(OUT2) ON
Note: The monitor value is only
count
displayed. It cannot be set.
monitor
value
• Set each digit using the individual U Key.
1
(1)
Key
protect
level
(KYPT)
999999
(999999)
• Set the key protect level using the U Key.
kp-1
(KP-1)
*1
Output ON
count alarm set
value/monitor
value
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0
(0 × 1000 times) (9999 × 1000 times)
kp-2
(KP-2)
kp-3
(KP-3)
kp-4
(KP-4)
kp-5
(KP-5)
kp-6
(KP-6)
kp-7
(KP-7)
H7CX-R@-N
Explanation of Functions
Basic Functions
Input Mode
The mode can be switched between tachometer mode and AMDcompatible mode.
Tachometer Mode
Use this mode to measure the pulse frequency (Hz).
AMD-compatible Mode
Use this mode to measure the pulse cycle (s).
Cycle (s)
Counting Speed
Set the maximum counting speed (30 Hz/10 kHz) for input. If contacts
are used for input signals, set the counting speed to 30 Hz.
Processing to eliminate chattering is performed for this setting.
Output Mode
Set the output method for control output based on the comparison
value.
Upper and lower limit (HI-LO), area (AREA), upper limit (HI), and
lower limit (LO) can be set. For the H7CX-RW@, the upper limit (HIHI) and lower limit (LO-LO) can be set. (For details on the operation
of the output modes, refer to Output Mode Settings on page page 49.)
Averaging Method (avgt)
Simple averaging (SMP) or a moving average (MV) can be selected
for the averaging method.
With a moving average, the average measurement value is displayed
every sampling cycle or pulse cycle, in contrast to simple averaging,
for which the average value is displayed for the set number of
samples.
Number of Averaging Times
Flickering display and output chattering can be prevented using
average processing. Average processing can be set to one of four
levels: no average processing, 2 times (i.e., the average of 2
measurement values), 4 times, or 8 times.
For a measurement frequency of 5 Hz or higher using a tachometer,
the average will be equal to the sampling cycle (200 ms) multiplied by
the averaging setting (i.e., the number of times).
For less than 5 Hz, the frequency will be measured when the input
pulse comes. Average processing produces a stable display even for
fluctuating input signals. Set the optimum number of times for the
application.
If AMD-compatible mode is used, the measurement cycle will be
measured when the input pulse is received. The output will change,
however, when the comparison value is exceeded even if averaging
is enabled.
NPN/PNP Input Mode
Select either NPN input (no-voltage input) or PNP input (voltage
input) as the input format. When using a two-wire sensor, select NPN
input.
The same setting is used for all external inputs.
For details on input connections, refer to Input Connections on page
page 40.
Advanced Functions
Decimal Point Position (dp)
Decide the decimal point position for the measurement value and
comparison value.
Prescale Value (pscl)
It is possible to display the rate of rotation or the speed of a device or
machine to which the H7CX is mounted by converting input pulses to
a desired unit.
If the default prescaling value (1,000) is used, the input frequency
(Hz) will be displayed.
The relationship between display and input is determined by the
following equation. Set the prescale value according to the unit to be
displayed.
Displayed value = f × α
f: Input pulse frequency (number of pulses in 1 second)
α: Prescale value
(1) Displaying Rotation Rate
Display unit
Prescale value (α)
rpm
1/N × 60
rps
1/N
N: Number of pulses per revolution
Example: In order to display the rate of rotation for a machine that
outputs 5 pulses per revolution in the form @@.@ rpm:
1. Set the decimal point position to 1 decimal places.
2. Using the formula, set the prescale value (α) to
1/N × 60 = 60/5 = 12.
(2) Displaying Speed
Display unit
Prescale value (α)
m/min
πd × 1/N × 60
m/s
πd × 1/N
N: Number of pulses per revolution
d: Diameter of rotating body (m)
πd: Circumference (m)
d: Diameter
of rotating
body (m)
• Observe the following points when
setting a prescale value.
Set the set value to a value less than {Maximum countable value
− Prescale value}.
Example: If the prescale value is 1.25 and the counting range is
0.000 to 999.999, set the set value to a value less than 998.749
(= 999.999 − 1.25).
If the set value is set to a value greater than this, output will not turn
ON.
Note: If the prescale value setting is incorrect, a counting error will
occur. Check that the settings are correct before using this
function.
Auto-zero Time (auto0)
It is possible to make the settings so that the frequency will be forceset to 0 if there is no pulse for a specified period of time. This time is
called the auto-zero time.
Note: Set the auto-zero time to a time slightly longer than the
estimated interval between input pulses. It will not be
possible to make accurate measurements if the auto-zero
time is set to a time shorter than the input pulse cycle.
Setting a time that is too long may also result in problems,
such as a time-lag between rotation stopping and the
alarm turning ON.
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Startup Time (stmr)
Key Protect Level (ypt)
In order to prevent undesired output resulting from unstable input
immediately after the power supply is turned ON, measurement can
be prohibited for a set time at startup.
It can also be used to stop measurement and disable output until the
rotating body reaches the normal rate of rotation, after the power
supply to the H7CX and rotating body are turned ON at the same time.
Set the key protect level.
Refer to Key Protect Level on page page 48.
Display
Startup time
Comparison value
(lower limit)
Time
Power supply
Output ON Count Alarm Set Value (on-a)
Set the alarm value for the output ON count.
The limit can be set to between 0 × 1000 (0 times) and 9999 × 1000
(9,999,000 times). Only the underlined values are set. The alarm will
be disabled if 0 is set.
If the total ON count of the output exceeds the alarm set value, e3
will be displayed on the Timer to indicate that the output ON count
alarm value was exceeded. Refer to Self-diagnostic Function on page
page 48 for information on the e3 display.
ON Count Alarm Set Values for Outputs 1 and 2 (OUT1
and OUT2) (on1a and on2a)
This function records the peak and bottom (i.e., minimum) values
after counting starts (after turning ON the power supply or changing
the configuration selection mode or function setting).
The peak value is also held when the power supply is interrupted.
Set the ON count alarm values for the outputs 1 and 2.
The limit can be set to between 0 × 1000 (0 times) and 9999 × 1000
(9,999,000 times). Only the underlined values are set. The alarm will
be disabled if 0 is set.
If the total ON count of instantaneous output 1 or 2 exceeds the alarm
set value, e3 will be displayed on the Timer to indicate that the output
ON count alarm value was exceeded. Refer to Self-diagnostic
Function on page page 48 for information on the e3 display.
Output Hysteresis (hys)
Output ON Count Monitor Value (on-c)
Output
(lower limit)
Peak/bottom Hold Enabled (dhld)
This setting can be used to prevent output chattering if the
measurement value fluctuates slightly near the set value.
In Thachometer Mode, the measurement value after prescaling is set.
Comparison value 2
ON Count Monitor Values for Outputs 1 and 2 (OUT1 and
OUT2) (on1c and on2c)
Hysteresis
The monitor value for output 1 or 2 is only displayed. It cannot be set.
The output ON count will be 1,000 times the displayed value.
Display value
Hysteresis
Comparison value 1
OUTX1
OUTY2
Set the hysteresis for when
the output turns OFF.
Output OFF Delay (offd)
This function delays the timing for turning OFF comparative output by
a certain time.
The ON time can be held for the set time if the comparative result
changes in a short time.
Operation will continue and outputs will not change while holding the
value.
Set Value Upper Limit (sl-h)
Set the upper limit for the set value when it is set in run mode.
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The monitor value is only displayed. It cannot be set.
The output ON count will be 1,000 times the displayed value.
H7CX-R@-N
Operation in Run Mode
• Set each digit using the individual U Keys.
H7CX-R11@-N
Output Mode: HI-LO or AREA
Output Mode: HI or LO
Measurement value
Measurement value
Measurement value
Measurement value
Comparison value
Comparison value 1
*1
Measurement value
• Measurement Value
Displays the currently measured value.
• Comparison Value, Comparison Value 1, and
Comparison Value 2
Set the comparison value, comparison value 1,
and comparison value 2.
The measurement value is compared to
comparison value, comparison value 1, and
comparison value 2 and an output is made
according to the selected output mode.
Comparison value 2
*1
H7CX-R11W@-N
Measurement value 1
Comparison value 1
Measurement value 2
Comparison value 2
*1 Peak/bottom hold enabled
Displayed for Models Other Than “-W” Models
Peak hold value
Bottom hold value
Displayed for “-W” Models
Peak hold value 1
Bottom hold value 1
Peak hold value 2
• Peak/bottom hold value
The peak (maximum) and bottom (minimum)
values are displayed after counting starts.
• Peak/bottom hold value 2
Peaks (maximums) 1 and 2 and bottoms
(minimums) 1 and 2 are displayed after counting
starts.
Note: The held values will be initialized when the
Hold Key or reset 1 input is turned OFF
while peak/bottom hold values 1 and 2 are
being displayed.(The reset 2 input
operates in the same way if the input
mode is set to 2-input mode.)
Bottom hold value 2
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H7CX-R@-N
Key Protect Level
When the key-protect switch is set to ON, it is possible to prevent setting errors by prohibiting the use of certain operation keys by specifying the
key protect level (KP-1 to KP-7). The key protect level is set in the function setting mode. The key protect indicator is lit when the key-protect switch
is ON.
* OFF
(Disable)
ON
(Enable)
*Factory-set to OFF
Key protect indicator
Details
Level
Meaning
Changing mode*
Switching display
during operation
Hold Key
Up Key
KP-1
(default setting)
Invalid
Valid
Valid
Valid
KP-2
Invalid
Valid
Invalid
Valid
KP-3
Invalid
Valid
Valid
Invalid
KP-4
Invalid
Valid
Invalid
Invalid
KP-5
Invalid
Invalid
Invalid
Invalid
KP-6
Invalid
Invalid
Valid
Valid
KP-7
Invalid
Invalid
Invalid
Valid
* Changing mode to DIP switch monitor mode or function setting mode.
Self-diagnostic Function
The following displays will appear if an error occurs.
*1.
*2.
*3.
*4.
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Main display
Sub-display
ffffff *3
No change
Error
Measurement value overflow*2
Output status
No change
Correction method
Set value after
reset
Measurement value ≤ 999999
No change
No change
No change
e1
Not lit
CPU
OFF
Either press the hold key or reset the
power supply.
e2
Not lit
Memory error (RAM)
OFF
Turn ON the power again.
e2
sum
Memory error (EEP)*1
OFF
Hold Key
Factory setting
e3 *4
No change
No change
Hold Key
No change
Output Counter Overflow
This includes times when the life of the EEPROM has expired.
Occurs when the measurement value reaches 999,999.
Display flashes (1-second cycles).
The normal display and e3 will appear alternately.
When the Hold Key is pressed, e3 will not be displayed even if the alarm set value is exceeded. (Monitoring is possible, however, because the counter will continue
without clearing the output ON count.)
H7CX-R@-N
Output Mode Settings
Models Other Than H7CX-R11W@ in Tachometer Mode
Output mode
setting
Models Other Than H7CX-R11W@ in AMD-compatible
Mode
Output mode
setting
Operation
a
Comparison value 2
(Upper-limit)
Comparison value 2
(Upper-limit)
Measurement
value
Measurement
value
Upper and
lower limit
Operation
Upper and
lower limit
Comparison value 1
(Lower-limit)
Comparison value 1
(Lower-limit)
OUT
ON condition: Measurement value < Comparison value 1 or
Measurement value ≥ Comparison value 2
Note: When comparison value 1 ≥ comparison value 2, the output
isalways ON regardless of the comparison value.
OUT
ON condition: Measurement value ≤ Comparison value 1 or
Measurement value ≥ Comparison value 2
Note: When comparison value 1 ≥ Comparison value 2, the output
isalways ON regardless of the comparison value.
Comparison
value 2
Comparison
value 2
Measurement
value
Comparison
value 1
Measurement
value
Comparison
value 1
Area
Area
OUT
OUT
Condition
Comparison value 1 ≤
Comparison value 2
Comparison value 1 >
Comparison value 2
ON condition
Comparison value 1 ≤
measurement value ≤
Comparison value 2
Comparison value 2 ≤
measurement value ≤
Comparison value 1
Measurement value
Upper limit
Comparison value 1 ≤
Comparison value 2
Comparison value 1 >
Comparison value 2
ON condition
Comparison value 1 ≤
measurement value <
Comparison value 2
Comparison value 2 ≤
measurement value <
Comparison value 1
a
Measurement value
Upper limit
OUT
OUT
ON condition: Measurement value ≥ Comparison value
ON condition: Measurement value ≥ Comparison value
Measurement value
Measurement value
Lower limit
Comparison value
(Lower-limit)
Comparison value
(Lower-limit)
b
OUT
OUT
ON condition: Measurement value ≤ Comparison value
Condition
Comparison value
(Upper-limit)
Comparison value
(Upper-limit)
Lower limit
b
ON condition: Measurement value < Comparison value
Note:
If time “a” is exceeded during operation, the output will turn ON. If time “b” is
exceeded during operation, the output will turn OFF. (If average processing is
enabled, the output operation will be performed when the time is exceeded once.)
H7CX-R11W@
Output mode
setting
Operation
Output 1
Output 2
Comparison
value 1
Upper limit
(HI)
CP1 display
value
OUT1
Comparison
value 2
CP2 display
value
OUT2
ON condition for output 1: CP1 present value (display value) ≥ Comparison value 1
ON condition for output 2: CP2 present value (display value) ≥ Comparison value 2
Output 1
Lower limit
(LO)
Output 2
CP1
display value
CP2
display value
Comparison
value 1
Comparison
value 2
OUT1
OUT2
ON condition for output 1: CP1 present value (display value) ≤ Comparison value 1
ON condition for output 2: CP2 present value (display value) ≤ Comparison value 2
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H7CX-R@-N
Precautions for the H7CX-R
In upper and lower limit output mode, if the comparison value setting is such that comparison value 1 ≥ comparison value 2, the output will always
be ON.
Hold Function
The measurement value (display value) and output are sustained while the hold input is ON.
Note: The output will maintain the current status when the hold key is pressed.
Example:
Output mode
setting
Operation
Hold input* (Hold Key)
Actual input
Lower limit
Display value
Comparison value (lower limit)
Sustained display value
Sustained output
OUT
* The H7CX-R11W@-N does not have a hold input.
Operation in DIP Switch Monitor Mode
The H7CX-R is also equipped with a DIP switch monitor function, a convenient function that enables the settings of the DIP switch pins to be
confirmed using the front display.
: Measurement stopped Note: To change the mode to DIP switch monitor mode, press the
Power ON
1 Key
for 1 s min. with the
Key held down. The mode will not change
if the
1 Key is pressed first.
: Measurement possible
The status of the DIP switch pins (1 to 8) can be confirmed using the U Key.
Run Mode
Example
ON
+
1
1 s min.
DIP Switch
Monitor
Mode
*
nt
ie
ven
Con
OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
…Indicates that DIP switch pin 8 is ON.
DIP switch monitor
…Indicates that DIP switch pin 7 is OFF.
…Indicates that DIP switch pin 6 is ON.
…Indicates that DIP switch pin 5 is OFF.
…Indicates that DIP switch pin 4 is ON.
…Indicates that DIP switch pin 3 is OFF.
…Indicates that DIP switch pin 2 is ON.
…Indicates that DIP switch pin 1 is OFF.
Key
1 Key
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* When the mode is changed to DIP switch monitor, the measurement value is reset, outputs turns OFF, and
measuring stops.
H7CX-R@-N
Precautions on Replacing the AMD-S
The H7CX-R11-N is the recommended model for replacing the AMD-S-series Motion Detector. Refer to the following precautions before
replacing the AMD-S.
Terminal Arrangement and Wiring Connections
AMD-S
• Connection Sockets: 8PFA
H7CX-R11-N
• Connection Sockets: P2CF-11
Black (white)
Sensor
HOLD
Brown (red)
HOLD
Black (white)
Blue (black)
6
5
4
8
3
7
6
5
4
P2CF-11
8PFA
Sensor
9
7
8
1
3
10
2
11
1
Blue
(black)
2
Brown (red)
Tc
100/110 VAC
(200/220 VAC)
Ta
Tb
Tb
Ta
Tc
100 to 240 VAC
Relay output
Relay output
Note: 1. Wiring must be changed from an 8-pin socket to an 11-pin socket.
2. Take into consideration the length of the wires and the terminal numbers.
3. Order the P2CF-11Connecting Socket separately.
Setting Procedure
Operation Key Settings
Perform the following settings to achieve the functions of the AMD-S
using the H7CX-R11-N.
Model
H7CX-R11-N
AMD-S
Item
Parameter
s
DIP Switch Settings
Model
Item
H7CX-R11-N
AMD-S
DIP switch pin status *
Set
value
Measuring
ranges
OFF
ON
ON
Output
mode
Average
processing
Input
mode
Rotation
increase
detection
(AMD-SU@)
Rotation
decrease
detection
(AMD-SL@)
None
1 ms
10 ms
Input
Counting Speed /
mode Minimum input signal width
10 ms
OFF AMD compatible
1 ms
ON AMD compatible
ON
Lower
limit
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
OFF
Upper
limit
Model
AMD-S
Item
(99.9 s)
H7CX-R11-N
Supply voltage
−100 to 110 VAC
−200 to 220 VAC
−100 to 240 VAC
Input method
Voltage input (high: 4 to 14
V, low: 0 to 1 V)
No-voltage input/voltage
input (high: 4.5 to 30 V, low:
0 to 2 V)
External power supply
12 VDC ±1 V, 12 mA
12 VDC (±10%), 100 mA
Relay output
5 A at 200 VAC (resistive
load)
3 A at 250 VAC/30 VDC
(resistive load)
Output mode
Rotation increase (AMDSU@)
Rotation decrease (AMDSL@)
HI-LO, AREA, HI-HI, LO-LO
(Set using DIP switch.)
Setting method
Input pulse interval (s)
Input pulse interval (s) *
OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
OFF
(0.0 s)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
OFF
Voltage Input
(STMR)
Note: The characters displayed in reverse video are the default
settings.
Pin 2
OFF
stmr
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Set DIP switch pin 1 to ON for
AMD-compatible mode.
Pin 1
Fixed (0.1 to 10 s)
Set
value
Characteristics
ON
0.01 to 0.1 s
([email protected]), 0.1
to 1 s ([email protected]), 1 to 10 s
([email protected])
Startup
time
Setting range
PNP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Note: The characters displayed in reverse video are the default
settings.
* Refer to page page 43 for information on DIP switch settings.
Detection rota- 6 to 6,000 rpm
tion rate range (for 1 pulse/rotation)
0.00006 to 20,000 rpm *
(for 1 pulse/rotation)
Startup time
Always from 0.1 to 10 s
(Always 10 s if not
specified.)
Setting range: 0.0 to 99.9 s
Life expectancy
Output relay electrical
operations of 500,000 min.
Output relay electrical
operations of 100,000 min.
Memory backup
None
EEPROM (overwrites:
100,000 times min.)
* When set to AMD mode.
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H7CX-@-N
Safety Precautions for All H7CX Series (Common)
CAUTION
Do not allow pieces of metal, wire clippings, or fine
metallic shavings or fillings from installation to enter
the product. Doing so may occasionally result in
electric shock, fire, or malfunction.
Minor injury due to explosion may occasionally occur.
Do not use the Counter where subject to flammable or
explosive gas.
Fire may occasionally occur. Tighten the terminal
screws to the rated torque.
H7CX terminals: 6.55 to 7.97 lb-in (0.74 to 0.90 N·m)
P2CF Socket terminals: 4.4 lb-in (0.5 N·m)
Minor injury due to electric shock may occasionally
occur. Do not touch any of the terminals while power
is being supplied. Be sure to mount the terminal cover
after wiring.
The life expectancy of the output relay varies
considerably according to its usage. Use the output
relay within its rated load and electrical life
expectancy. If the output relay is used beyond its life
expectancy, its contacts may become fused or there may be a
risk of fire. Also, be sure that the load current does not exceed
the rated load current and when using a heater, be sure to use a
thermal switch in the load circuit.
Minor electric shock, fire, or malfunction may
occasionally occur. Do not disassemble, modify, or
repair the Counter or touch internal components.
Precautions for Safe Use
• The panel surface of the H7CX-A/-R is water-resistant (conforming
to NEMA4, IP66, UL Type 4X (Indoor Use Only). To protect the
internal circuits from water penetration through the space between
the H7CX and operating panel, waterproof packing is included.
Attach the Y92F-30 Adapter with sufficient pressure with the
reinforcing screws so that water does not penetrate the panel.
0.5 to 1 mm
It is recommended that the
space between the screw
head and the Adapter be
0.5 to 1 mm.
• When mounting the Counter to a panel, tighten the two mounting
screws alternately, a little at a time, so as to keep them at an equal
tightness. If the panel screws are tightened unequally, water may
enter the panel.
• Store the Counter at the specified temperature. If the Counter has
been stored at a temperature of less than
−10°C, allow the Counter to stand at room temperature for at least
3 hours before use.
• Mounting the Counter side-by-side may reduce the life
expectancies of internal components.
• Use the Counter within the specified ranges for the ambient
operating temperature and humidity.
• Do not use in the following locations:
• Locations subject to sudden or extreme changes in temperature.
• Locations where high humidity may result in condensation.
• Do not use the Counter outside of the rated ranges for vibration,
shock, water exposure, and oil exposure.
• Do not use this Counter in dusty environments, in locations where
corrosive gasses are present, or in locations subject to direct
sunlight.
• Install the Counter well away from any sources of static electricity,
such as pipes transporting molding materials, powders, or liquids.
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• Internal elements may be destroyed if a voltage outside the rated
voltage range is applied.
• Be sure that polarity is correct when wiring the terminals.
• Separate the Counter from sources of noise, such as devices with
input signals from power lines carrying noise, and wiring for I/O
signals.
• Do not connect more than two crimp terminals to the same
terminal.
• Up to two wires of the same size and type can be inserted into a
single terminals.
• Use the specified wires for wiring. Applicable Wires: AWG 18 to
AWG 22, solid or twisted, copper
• Install a switch or circuit breaker that allows the operator to
immediately turn OFF the power, and label it to clearly indicate its
function.
• When the Counter is operated with no-voltage input (NPN input),
approximately 14 V is output from the input terminals. Use a sensor
that contains a diode.
Sensor
Diode
0V
Input
• Use a switch, relay, or other contact so that the rated power supply
voltage will be reached within 0.1 seconds. If the power supply
voltage is not reached quickly enough, the Counter may
malfunction or outputs may be unstable.
• Use a switch, relay, or other contact to turn the power supply OFF
instantaneously. Outputs may malfunction and memory errors may
occur if the power supply voltage is decreased gradually.
• When changing the set value during operation, because the H7CX
uses a constant read-in system, output will turn ON if the set value
is equal to the present value.
• When changing the comparison value during operation, because
the H7CX uses a constant read-in system, the output status will
change if the comparison value is changed to a value on the other
side of the present value. (when using as a tachometer)
• If the set value and present value are both 0, the output will turn
ON for the default setting. The output will turn OFF during a reset
operation. (when using as a counter)
• When the power is turned ON using the factory settings, the output
will turn ON after 999.9 s if no pulses are received as count input.
• Do not use organic solvents (such as paint thinners or benzine),
strong alkali, or strong acids. They will damage the external finish.
• Confirm that indications are working normally, including the
backlight LED, and LCD. The indicator LEDs, LCD, and resin parts
may deteriorate more quickly depending on the application
environment, preventing normal indications. Periodic inspection
and replacement are required.
• The waterproof packing may deteriorate, shrink, or harden
depending on the application environment. Periodic inspection and
replacement are required.
H7CX-@-N
Precautions for Correct Use
• H7CX models with a 12 to 24-VDC power supply use a
transformer-free power supply method in which the power supply
terminals are not isolated from the signal input terminals. If a nonisolating DC power supply is used, unwanted current paths may
occasionally burn or destroy internal components depending on
the wiring. Always check the wiring sufficiently before use.
• An inrush current of approx. 10 A will flow for a short time when the
power supply is turned ON. If the capacity of the power supply is
not sufficient, the Counter may not start. Be sure to use a power
supply with sufficient capacity.
• Maintain voltage fluctuations in the power supply within the
specified operating voltage range.
• When turning the power ON and OFF, input signal reception is
possible, unstable, or impossible as shown in the diagram below.
Power ON
supply OFF
200 ms 0 to 90 ms
Input
Impossible Unstable
5 ms
Possible
0 to 1 s
Unstable Impossible
Load current (mA)
• Inrush current generated by turning ON or OFF the power supply
may deteriorate contacts on the power supply circuit. Turn ON or
OFF to a device with the rated current of more than 10 A.
• The capacity of the external power supply is 100 mA at 12 V. When
using a 24 VAC/12 to 24 VDC power supply, reduce the load with
the power supply voltage, as shown in the following diagram (DC
power supplies only).
100
• Attach the front panel when using the Counter. The tabs in the
middle of each of four sides secure the front panel to the main
body. To remove the panel, widen the four tabs and pull the panel
toward you.
To mount the panel, fit all four tabs correctly into the grooves on the
main body.
Tabs
Grooves
Conformance to EN/IEC Standards
• When conforming to EMC standards, refer to the information
provided in this datasheet for cable selection and other conditions.
• This is a class A product. In residential areas it may cause radio
interference, in which case the user may be required to take
adequate measures to reduce interference.
• H7CX-A@-N: Basic insulation is provided between power supply
and input terminals, between power supply and output terminals,
and between input and output terminals. (However, no insulation is
provided between the power supply and input terminals for the
[email protected])
• H7CX-R@-N: Basic insulation is provided between power supply
and input terminals and between input and output terminals.
• When double insulation or reinforced insulation is required, apply
double insulation or reinforced insulation as defined in IEC 60664
that is suitable for the maximum operating voltage with clearances
or solid insulation.
• Connect the input and output terminals to devices that do not have
any exposed charged parts.
20
10.8
15
Power supply voltage (VDC)
• If the prescale value setting is incorrect, a counting error will occur.
Check that the settings are correct before using this function.
• Make sure that all settings are appropriate for the application.
Unexpected operation resulting in property damage or accidents
may occur if the settings are not appropriate.
• Do not leave the Counter for long periods at a high temperature
with output current in the ON state. Doing so may result in the
premature deterioration of internal components (e.g., electrolytic
capacitors).
• EEPROM is used as backup memory when the power is
interrupted. The write life of the EEPROM is 100,000 writes. The
EEPROM is written at the following times:
• When the power supply is turned OFF
• When switching from Configuration Selection Mode or Function
Setting Mode to Run Mode
• Dispose of the product according to local ordinances as they apply.
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