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Digital Counter
H7CZ
Easy to Use and Easy to Read.
Basic Features
• Character height of 10 mm for better readability.
• Operation is simplified by the Up Key for each digit.
Safety and Reliability
• Power supply circuit and input circuits are isolated inside the
Counter.
• Set value limit function prevents unexpected operation of output
devices caused by setting mistakes.
• Output counter function helps in managing the service life of the
Counter or the load.
Other Features
• Waterproof, dust-proof structure (UL508 Type 4X and IP66).
• Key protection.
Refer to Safety Precautions on page 17.
For the most recent information on models that have been certified for
safety standards, refer to your OMRON website.
Features
Set Value Limit
Basic Features
You can set an upper limit for the set value to prevent unexpected
operation of output devices caused by setting mistakes.
Better Readability
Character Height of 10 mm with a Wide Viewing Angle.
Easy to read from the top,
bottom, and sides.
10 mm (actual size)
Clear
Confirmation
Setting the upper limit of the set
value enables worry-free operation.
The Easiest Operation
Operation is simplified by the Up Key for
each digit.
For 1,000 pieces
No overflow
Output Counter
Safety and Reliability
Isolated Power Supply and Input Circuits
Power supply circuit and input circuits are isolated inside the Counter.
Previous non-isolated counters had wiring restrictions and could be
damaged if wired incorrectly. The H7CZ removes these worries.
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 or the load.
Other Features
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.
Key Protection
Select from any of seven protection patterns. Use the best one for the
application.
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H7CZ
Model Number Structure
Model Number Legend
H7CZ-L@@
1 2
1. External connections
2. Supply voltage
Symbol
Meaning
Symbol
Meaning
8
8-pin socket
None
100 to 240 VAC at 50/60 Hz
D1
12 to 24 VDC/24 VAC at 50/60 Hz
Ordering Information
List of Models
Type
H7CZ
Configuration
External
connections
Settings
Display
digits
8-pin socket
1-stage
6 digits
Power supply
voltage
Outputs
100 to 240 VAC
• 1-stage preset
counter
Model
H7CZ-L8
Contact output (SPDT)
12 to 24 VDC/24 VAC H7CZ-L8D1
Note: The functions that are provided depend on the model. Check detailed specifications before ordering.
Accessories (Order Separately)
Soft Cover
Model
Page
Y92A-48F1
9
Hard Cover
Model
Page
Y92A-48
9
Flush Mounting Adapter
Model
Page
Y92F-30
9
Waterproof Packing
Model
Page
Y92S-29
9
Connection Sockets
Model
Type
Remarks
P2CF-08
Front-connecting Socket
---
P2CF-08-E
Front-connecting Socket (Finger-safe Type)
Round crimp terminals cannot be used on
Finger-safe Sockets.
Use forked crimp terminals.
P3G-08
Back-connecting Sockets
A Y92A-48G Terminal Cover can be used with
the Socket to create a finger-safe construction.
Terminal Covers for P3G-08 Back-connecting Socket
2
Model
Page
Y92A-48G
10
Page
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H7CZ
H7CZ Multifunction Preset Counter
Specifications
Ratings
Item
Models
Configuration
Ratings
H7CZ-L8
H7CZ-L8D1
1-stage preset counter
Power supply voltage *1
100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
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
24 VAC, 50/60 Hz or 12 to 24 VDC
Mounting method
Flush mounting or surface mounting
External connections
8-pin socket
Degree of protection
IEC IP66, UL508 Type 4X (indoors) for panel surface only and only when Y92S-29 Waterproof Packing is used.
Input signals
Counter
Count, Reset
Maximum counting speed
30 Hz or 10 kHz (switchable) (ON/OFF ratio 1:1)
Input mode
Increment, Decrement
Output mode
N, F, C, R, K-1, P, Q, and A.
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)
Prescaling function
Yes (0.001 to 99.999)
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.
Control 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)
Display *2
LCD
Character height
Count value: 10 mm
Set value: 6 mm
Digits
6 digits
−99999 to 999999
(−5 digits to +6 digits)
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 Counters 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%
Front panel color
Light gray (5Y7/1)
*1. Do not use the output from an inverter as the power supply.The ripple must be 20% maximum for DC power.
*2. The display is lit only when the power is ON. Nothing is displayed when power is OFF.
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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 non-currentcarrying metal parts
2,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between power supply and input circuit (1,000 VAC for
24 VAC/12 to 24 VDC)
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between control output, power supply, and input circuit
(2,000 VAC)
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)
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)
Noise immunity
±1.5 kV between power terminals
±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
Vibration
resistance
10 to 55 Hz with 0.75-mm single amplitude each in three directions for 2 h each
Malfunction
10 to 55 Hz with 0.35-mm single amplitude each in three directions for 10 min each
Shock resistance
Destruction
300 m/s2 each in three directions
700
500
300
30 VDC (cosφ=1)
250 VAC (cosφ=1)
70
50
0
1
2
100 m/s each in three directions
Weight
Approx. 100 g (Counter only)
* Refer to the Life-test Curve.
Applicable 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:
1,000
700
500
300
30 VDC (L/R=7 ms)
100
250 VAC (cosφ=1)
70
50
0
1
Reset
• Resets present value and outputs.*2
• Counting cannot be performed during reset input.
• Reset indicator is lit while reset input is ON.
Outputs
OUT
Outputs signals according to the specified output mode when a set value is reached.
*1. For information on operation of I/O functions, refer to page 14 and page 15.
*2. In elapsed time mode, the present value returns to 0; in remaining time mode, the present value returns to the set value.
• The following table shows the delay from when the reset signal is input until the output is turned OFF. (Reference values)
4
Minimum reset signal width
Output delay time
1 ms
0.8 to 1.2 ms
20 ms
15 to 25 ms
3
4
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.
Using as a Counter *1
Inputs
2
Load current (A)
I/O Functions
• Reads counting signals.
• Increment and decrement inputs accepted.
4
Inductive load
*1. The following safety standards apply to H7CZ.
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)
Count
3
Load current (A)
No. of operations ( ×103)
Mechanical: 10,000,000 operations min.
Electrical: 100,000 operations min. (3 A at 250 VAC, resistive load, ambient
temperature condition: 23°C)*
EMC
1,000
2
Life expectancy
Approved
safety
standards
Resistive load
100
Destruction
Malfunction
Life-test Curve (Reference
Values)
No. of operations ( ×103)
Characteristics
H7CZ
Connections
Block Diagram
Input Circuits
Count and Reset Input
(Basic insulation)
Power supply
circuit
Output circuit
(Basic insulation)
No-voltage Inputs (NPN Inputs)
(Basic insulation)
Display circuit
Internal
control circuit
Input circuits
+14V
1 kΩ
Key switch
circuit
Internal
circuit
IN
Terminal Arrangement
Confirm that the power supply meets specifications before use.
H7CZ-L8/L8D1
1-stage Contact Output
Internal circuit
Count
Reset
Contact Output
0V
(−)
(+)
Input Connections
The inputs of the H7CZ-L8@ are no-voltage (short-circuit or open) inputs.
No-voltage Inputs (NPN Inputs)
Open Collector
Voltage Output
PLC or
sensor
Contact Input
DC Two-wire Sensor
3
4
Note: Operates with transistor ON.
1
3
4
Note: Operates with transistor ON.
1
3
4
Note: Operates with relay ON.
1
3
Count input
Reset input
0 V for inputs
Count input
Reset input
0 V for inputs
Count input
Reset input
0 V for inputs
Reset input
0 V for inputs
1
Count input
Sensor
4
Note: Operates with transistor 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.
(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
Applicable Two-wire Sensor
• 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.
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H7CZ
Nomenclature
Display Section
Operation Keys
4
1. Key Protect Indicator
6. Mode Key
(Changes modes and setting items.)
1
2. Control Output Indicator
2
3
3. Reset Indicator
5
6
4. Present Value (Main Display)
8. Up Keys 1 to 6
8
7
(Character height: 10 mm)
7. Reset Key
5. Set value (Sub-display)
6th digit
Switches
1st digit
(Character height: 6 mm)
9. Key-protect Switch
Character Size
for Main Display
ON
(Enable)
(Default setting) OFF
(Disable)
9
Character Size
for Sub-display
6 mm
10 mm
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
Counters
H7CZ-L8/-L8D1 (Flush Mounting/Surface Mounting Models)
48 × 48
6
63.7
Panel Cutouts
Panel cutouts are as shown below. (according
to DIN43700).
14.2
60 min.
45+0.6
0
44.8×44.8
45+0.6
0
15 min.
60 min.
Dimensions with Flush Mounting Adapter
H7CZ-L8/-L8D1 (Adapter and Waterproof Packing Ordered Separately)
Y92S-29 (order separately) Panel Y92F-30 (order separately)
P3G-08 (order
Waterproof Packing
Flush Mounting Adapter
separately)
Back-connecting
Socket
58
(51)
48
7.5
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-by-side, waterresistance will be lost.
84.8
n Units mounted
side by side
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
*
92.3
H7CZ
-L8@
90
P2CF-08(-E) (order separately)
Front Connecting Socket
* These dimensions depend on the kind of DIN Track. (Reference value)
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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
Waterproof Packing
Y92A-48F1
Y92A-48
Y92S-29
Protecting the Counter in Environments Subject to Oil
The H7CZ'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
H7CZ in locations where it would come in direct contact with oil.
Order this Waterproof Packing
separately if it is required.
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.
Flush Mounting Adapter
Y92F-30
Order this Flush Mounting Adapter separately
if it is required.
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H7CZ
Connection Sockets
Front Connecting Socket
Model
Terminal arrangement
and internal connections
Dimensions
P2CF-08
Mounting hole
dimensions
20.3 max.
50 max.
Two, 4.5-dia. holes
70 max.
35.4
4
6
Eight, M3.5 x 7.5 sems screws
5
4
3
Two, M4 or 4.5-dia. holes
7.8
3
P2CF-08-E
(Finger Safe Terminal)
4.5
21.5 max.
Two, 4.5-dia. holes
6
5
4
40±0.2
20.3
50 max.
40±0.2
19
7
1
2
(Top View)
3
3
8
P2CF-08-E
70 max.
1.3
35.4
10A250VAC
RESISTIVE
7
8
1
2
4
7.8
Eight, M3.5 x 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
P3G-08
27 dia.
3
4
5
6
2
1
8
7
45
(Bottom View)
4.9
45
17
Note: A Y92A-48G Terminal Cover can be used with the Socket to create a finger-safe construction.
Terminal Covers for P3G-08 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 (P3G-08) to create a finger-safe construction.
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Note: The Socket can
also be mounted
to DIN track.
H7CZ
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
27±0.15
16
4.5
35±0.3 27
15
25 10
25
1,000
25
25
1
15
1.5
10
End Plate
PFP-M
10
29.2
24
6.2
M4 × 8
pan head
screw
50
1.8
1
35.5 35.3
1.8
11.5
10
M4 spring washer
Spacer
1.3
4.8
16
12
5
PFP-S
34.8
44.3
16.5
Note: Order Spacers in increments of 10.
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H7CZ
Operating Procedures
Setting Procedure Guide
Change to Function Setting Mode.
Power ON
For details on operations and display in run mode, refer to page 13.
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.
The characters displayed in reverse video are the default settings.
Input mode
(CNTM)
• Set the input mode using the U Key.
down
up
(UP)
Output mode
(OUTM)
• Set the output mode using the U Key.
n
(N)
Output
time
(OTIM)
(DOWN)
f
c
(F)
(C)
r
(R)
k-1
(K-1)
p
(P)
q
(Q)
a
(A)
• Set each digit using the individual U Key.
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.
Function Setting Mode
Counting
speed
(CNTS)
• Set the counting speed using the U Key.
30hz
(30 Hz)
Reset input
signal width
(IFLT)
Decimal
point position
(DP)
(5 kHz) *
* The display shows 5 kHz, but the maximum counting speed is 10 kHz.
• Set the Reset input signal width using the U Key.
20ms
1ms
(20 ms)
(1 ms)
• Set the decimal point position using the U Key.
(No decimal
point)
Prescale
value
(PSCL)
From next page
10
To next page
(One digit after
decimal point)
(Two digits after
decimal point)
• Set each digit using the individual U Key.
0.001
1.000
99.999
(0.001)
(1.000)
(99.999)
(Three digits after
decimal point)
H7CZ
To previous From previous
page
page
Function Setting Mode
Set value
upper limit
(SL-H)
Key protect
level
(KYPT)
• Set each digit using the individual U Key.
1
999999
( 1)
(999999)
• 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)
*3
Output ON
count alarm set
value/monitor
value
*3. Set each digit using the individual U Key.
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.
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Explanation of Functions
Set Value Upper Limit (sl-h)
Input Mode (cntm)
Set increment mode (UP) or decrement mode (DOWN) as the input
mode.
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, and A.
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, or A is
selected as the output mode.
Counting Speed (cnts)
Set the maximum counting speed (30 Hz/5 kHz) for count inputs.
Reset Input Signal Width (iflt)
Set the reset input signal width (20 ms/1 ms) for reset inputs.
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.
Decimal Point Position (dp)
Decide the decimal point position for the present value.
Prescale Value (pscl)
Pulses input to the counter are converted according to the specified
prescale value.
(Setting range: 0.001 to 99.999 for 6-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).
0.5 m
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).
Note: If the prescale value setting is incorrect, a counting error will
occur. Check that the settings are correct before using this
function.
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Set the upper limit for the set value when it is set in run mode.
The setting can be made from 1 to 999999 for 6-digit models.
Key Protect Level (kypt)
Set the key protect level.
Refer to Key Protect Level on page 16.
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 16 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.
H7CZ
Operation in Run Mode
• Set values for each digit as required using the U Key.
Present value
Set value
• Present Value
Shows the present count value.
• Set Values
Set the set values.
When the present value reaches the set value, a signal
is output according to the specified output mode.
Input Modes and Present Value
I/O Functions for Counter Operation
UP (Increment) Mode
DOWN (Decrement) Mode
H
H
Count input
Count input
L
L
n
n−1
4
3
Present value
n−2
Present value
n−3
n−4
2
1
0
0
0
* Counting starts when the count input is turned ON after turning ON the power.
Note: 1. The meaning of the H and L symbols in the tables is explained
below.
Symbol
Input method
No-voltage input
(NPN input)
H
Short-circuit
L
Open
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Input/Output Mode Settings
(The one-shot output time can be
set in the range 0.01 to 99.99s.)
Self-holding One-shot
output
Input mode
UP
DOWN
Operation after count
completion
Reset
999999
Set value
N
The outputs and present
value display are held
until reset is input.
0
OUT
Reset
999999
Set value
F
0
The present value
display continues to
increase/decrease.
The outputs are held until
reset is input.
OUT
Reset
999999
Output
mode
setting
Set value
C
0
OUT
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.
Reset
999999
Set value
R
0
The present value
display returns to the
reset start status after
the one-shot output time.
The outputs repeat oneshot operation.
OUT
Reset
999999
K-1
Set value
0
OUT
14
The present value
display continues to
increase/decrease.
H7CZ
(The one-shot output time can be
set in the range 0.01 to 99.99s.)
Self-holding One-shot
output
Input mode
UP
Reset
999999
Set value
P
0
OUT
Reset
999999
Output
mode
setting
Set value
Q
0
OUT
DOWN
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.
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.
Reset
999999
Set value
A
0
The present value
display and OUT selfholding output is held
until reset is input.
OUT
Note: 1.
2.
3.
4.
When the present value reaches 999999, it returns to 0.
Counting cannot be performed during reset input.
If reset 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.
5. Do not use the counter function in applications where the count may be completed (again) while one-shot output is ON.
6. The setting range is 0 to 999,999.
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H7CZ
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 *
(Disabled)
ON
(Enabled)
* Factory-set to OFF
Key protect indicator
Level
Details
Description
Changing modes*
Reset Key
Up Keys
KP-1
(default setting)
Invalid
Valid
Valid
KP-2
Invalid
Invalid
Valid
KP-3
Invalid
Valid
Invalid
KP-4
Invalid
Invalid
Invalid
KP-5
Invalid
Invalid
Invalid
KP-6
Invalid
Valid
Valid
KP-7
Invalid
Invalid
Valid
* Changing mode to function setting mode.
Self-diagnostic Function
The following displays will appear if an error occurs.
Main display
Description
Output status
Correction method
Set value after reset
No change
No change
----- *1
No change
Present value underflow *2
No change
Either press the Reset Key or turn
ON reset input.
fffff *1
No change
Present value overflow
No change
Either press the Reset Key or turn
ON reset input.
e1
Not lit
CPU error
OFF
Either press the Reset Key or
reset the power supply.
No change
e2
Not lit
Memory error (RAM)
OFF
Turn ON the power again.
No change
OFF
Reset Key
e2
e3
*1.
*2.
*3.
*4.
Sub-display
sum
*4
No change
Memory error (EEPROM) *3
Output Counter Overflow
No change
Reset Key *5
Factory setting
No change
Display flashes.(1-second cycles)
This occurs if the present value or total count value falls below −99999.
This includes times when the life of the EEPROM has expired.
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.)
*5. 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.
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H7CZ
Safety Precautions for All H7CZ 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.
P2CF Socket terminals: 4.4 lb-in (0.5 N·m)
• 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.
• Approximately 14 V is output from the input terminals. Use a
sensor that contains a diode.
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.
Sensor
Diode
0V
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 H7CZ 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 H7CZ 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.
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 H7CZ
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 H7CZ 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.
• 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 LCD.
The indicator, 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.
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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H7CZ
Precautions for Correct Use
Conformance to EN/IEC Standards
• 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.
• 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.
• Basic insulation is provided between power supply and input
terminals, between power supply and output 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.
Power ON
supply OFF
200 ms 0 to 90 ms
Input
Impossible Unstable
5 ms
Possible
0 to 1 s
Unstable Impossible
• 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.
• 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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Warranty and Application Considerations
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CSM_7_4_1115
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