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Process Indicator
K3HB-X
CSM_K3HB-X_DS_E_11_2
A Process Indicator Ideal for Discriminating and
Displaying Measurements for Voltage/Current
Signals
• Easy recognition of judgement results using color display that can be
switched between red and green. *
• Equipped with a position meter for monitoring operating status trends.
• External event input allows use in various measurement and discrimination applications.
• Series expanded to include DeviceNet models.
• Short body with depth of only 95 mm (from behind the front panel), or 97
mm for DeviceNet models.
• UL certification approval (Certification Mark License).
• CE Marking conformance by third party assessment body.
• Water-resistant enclosure conforms to NEMA 4X (equivalent to IP66).
• Capable of high-speed sampling at 50 times per second (20 ms)
• Easy-to-set two-point scaling allows conversion and display of any userset values.
* Visual confirmation of judgement results is not supported on models that do not have
an output or models that do not support DeviceNet.
You can change the display color by setting it, but you cannot switch it based on the
judgement results.
For the most recent information on models that have been certified for
safety standards, refer to your OMRON website.
Refer to Safety Precautions for All Digital Panel
Meters.
Model Number Structure
■ Model Number Legend
Base Units and Optional Boards can be ordered individually or as sets.
Base Units
Base Units with Optional Boards
K3HB-X@-@@@
K3HB-X@
1
5
1. Input Sensor Code
VD: DC voltage input
AD: DC current input
VA: AC voltage input
AA: AC current input
5. Supply Voltage
100-240 VAC: 100 to 240 VAC
24 VAC/VDC: 24 VAC/VDC
1 2 3 4
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2. Sensor Power Supply/Output Type Code
None: None
CPA: Relay output (PASS: SPDT) + Sensor power supply
(12 VDC +/−10%, 80 mA) (See note 1.)
L1A: Linear current output (0 to 20 or 4 to 20 mA DC) + Sensor power supply
(12 VDC +/−10%, 80 mA) (See note 2.)
L2A: Linear voltage output (0 to 5, 1 to 5, or 0 to 10 VDC) + Sensor power supply
(12 VDC +/−10%, 80 mA) (See note 2.)
A: Sensor power supply (12 VDC +/−10%, 80 mA)
FLK1A: Communications (RS-232C) + Sensor power supply
(12 VDC +/−10%, 80 mA) (See note 2.)
FLK3A: Communications (RS-485) + Sensor power supply
(12 VDC +/−10%, 80 mA) (See note 2.)
Note: 1. CPA can be combined with relay outputs only.
2. Only one of the following can be used by each Digital Indicator:
RS-232C/RS-485 communications, a linear output, or
DeviceNet communications.
Optional Board
Sensor Power Supply/Output Boards
K33-@
2
Relay/Transistor Output Boards
K34-@
3
Event Input Boards
K35-@
4
3. Relay/Transistor Output Type Code
None: None
C1: Relay contact (H/L: SPDT each)
C2: Relay contact (HH/H/LL/L: SPST-NO each)
T1: Transistor (NPN open collector: HH/H/PASS/L/LL)
T2: Transistor (PNP open collector: HH/H/PASS/L/LL)
BCD *: BCD output + transistor output (NPN open collector: HH/H/PASS/L/
LL)
DRT: DeviceNet (See note 2.)
* A Special BCD Output Cable (sold separately) is required.
4. Event input Type Code
None: None
1: 5 inputs (M3 terminal blocks), NPN open collector
2: 8 inputs (10-pin MIL connector), NPN open collector
3: 5 inputs (M3 terminal blocks), PNP open collector
4: 8 inputs (10-pin MIL connector), PNP open collector
Note: The following combinations are not possible.
• Communications ([email protected]) + DeviceNet (DRT)
• Communications ([email protected]) + BCD output (BCD)
• Linear current/voltage ([email protected]) + DeviceNet (DRT)
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K3HB-X
Accessories (Sold Separately)
K32-DICN: Special Cable (for event inputs, with 8-pin connector)
K32-BCD: Special BCD Output Cable
Watertight Cover
Rubber Packing
Model
Model
K32-P1
Y92A-49N
Note: Rubber packing is provided with the Controller.
Specifications
■ Ratings
Power supply voltage
100 to 240 VAC (50/60 Hz), 24 VAC/VDC, DeviceNet power supply: 24 VDC
Allowable power supply voltage range
85% to 110% of the rated power supply voltage, DeviceNet power supply: 11 to 25 VDC
Power consumption
(See note 1.)
100 to 240 V: 18 VA max. (max. load)
24 VAC/DC: 11 VA/7 W max. (max. load)
Current consumption
DeviceNet power supply: 50 mA max. (24 VDC)
Input
DC voltage, DC current, AC voltage, AC current
A/D conversion method
Delta-Sigma method
External power supply
12 VDC ±10%, 80 mA (models with external power supply only)
Event inputs (See
note 2.)
NPN open collector or no-voltage contact signal
ON residual voltage: 3 V max.
ON current at 0 Ω: 17 mA max.
Max. applied voltage: 30 VDC max.
OFF leakage current: 1.5 mA max.
Timing input
Startup compensa- NPN open collector or no-voltage contact signal
tion timer input
ON residual voltage: 2 V max.
ON current at 0 Ω: 4 mA max.
Hold input
Max. applied voltage: 30 VDC max.
Reset input
OFF leakage current: 0.1 mA max.
Forced-zero input
Bank input
Output ratings (de- Relay output
pends on the model)
Transistor output
Linear output
250 VAC, 30 VDC, 5 A (resistive load)
Mechanical life expectancy: 5,000,000 operations, Electrical life expectancy: 100,000 operations
Maximum load voltage: 24 VDC, Maximum load current: 50 mA, Leakage current: 100 μA max.
Linear output 0 to 20 mA DC, 4 to 20 mA DC:
Load: 500 Ω max, Resolution: Approx. 10,000, Output error: ±0.5% FS
Linear output 0 to 5 VDC, 1 to 5 VDC, 0 to 10 VDC:
Load: 5 kΩ max, Resolution: Approx. 10,000, Output error: ±0.5% FS
(1 V or less: ±0.15 V; no output for 0 V or less)
Display method
Negative LCD (backlit LED) display
7-segment digital display (Character height: PV: 14.2 mm (green/red); SV: 4.9 mm (green)
Main functions
Scaling function, measurement operation selection, averaging, previous average value comparison, forced-zero, zero-limit, output hysteresis, output OFF delay, output test, teaching, display value selection, display color
selection, key protection, bank selection, display refresh period, maximum/minimum hold, reset
Ambient operating temperature
−10 to 55°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient operating humidity
25% to 85%
Storage temperature
−25 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation)
Altitude
2,000 m max.
Accessories
Watertight packing, 2 fixtures, terminal cover, unit stickers, instruction manual. DeviceNet models also include
a DeviceNet connector (Hirose HR31-5.08P-5SC(01)) and crimp terminals (Hirose HR31-SC-121) (See note
3.)
Note: 1. DC power supply models require a control power supply capacity of approximately 1 A per Unit when power is turned ON. Particular
attention is required when using two or more DC power supply models. The OMRON S8VS-series DC Power Supply Unit is recommended.
2. PNP input types are also available.
3. For K3HB-series DeviceNet models, use only the DeviceNet Connector included with the product. The crimp terminals provided are for
Thin Cables.
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■ Characteristics
Display range
−19,999 to 99,999
Sampling period
20 ms (50 times/second)
Comparative output response time DC input: 100 ms max.; AC input: 300 ms max.
(The time until the comparative output is output when there is a forced sudden change in the input signal
from 15% to 95% or 95% to 15%.)
Linear output response time
DC input: 150 ms max.; AC input: 420 ms max.
(The time until the final analog output value is reached when there is a forced sudden change in the output
signal from 15% to 95% or 95% to 15%.)
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric strength
2,300 VAC for 1 min between external terminals and case
Noise immunity
100 to 240 VAC models:
±1,500 V at power supply terminals in normal or common mode
(waveform with 1-ns rising edge and pulse width of 1 μs/100 ns)
24 VAC/VDC models:
±1,500 V at power supply terminals in normal or common mode
(waveform with 1-ns rising edge and pulse width of 1 μs/100 ns)
Vibration resistance
Frequency: 10 to 55 Hz; Acceleration: 50 m/s2, 10 sweeps of 5 min each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance
150 m/s2 (100 m/s2 for relay outputs) 3 times each in 3 axes, 6 directions
Weight
Approx. 300 g (Base Unit only)
Degree of
protection
Front panel
Conforms to NEMA 4X for indoor use (equivalent to IP66)
Rear case
IP20
Terminals
IP00 + finger protection (VDE0106/100)
Memory protection
EEPROM (non-volatile memory)
Number of rewrites: 100,000
Applicable standards
UL61010-1, CSA C22.2 No.61010-1-04
EN61010-1 (IEC61010-1): Pollution degree 2/Overvoltage category II
EN61326-1
EMC
EMI: EN61326-1 Industrial electromagnetic environment
Electromagnetic radiation interference
CISPR 11 Group 1, Class A
Terminal interference voltage
CISPR 11 Group 1, Class A
EMS: EN61326-1 Industrial electromagnetic environment
Electrostatic Discharge Immunity
EN61000-4-2: 4 kV (contact), 8 kV (in air)
Radiated Electromagnetic Field Immunity
EN61000-4-3: 10 V/m 1 kHz sine wave amplitude modulation (80 MHz to 1 GHz, 1.4 to 2 GHz)
Electrical Fast Transient/Burst Immunity
EN61000-4-4: 2 kV (power line), 1 kV (I/O signal line)
Surge Immunity
EN61000-4-5: 1 kV with line (power line), 2 kV with ground (power line)
Conducted Disturbance Immunity
EN61000-4-6: 3 V (0.15 to 80 MHz)
Power Frequency Magnetic Immunity
EN61000-4-8: 30 A/m (50 Hz) continuous time
Voltage Dips and Interruptions Immunity
EN61000-4-11: 0.5 cycle, 0°/180°, 100% (rated voltage)
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K3HB-X
■ Input Range (Measurement Range and Accuracy) CAT II
Input type
K3HB-XVD
DC voltage
K3HB-XAD
DC current
Range
Set value
Measurement range
Maximum
measurement range
Input
impedance
A
a Ud
±199.99 V
-199.99 to 219.99 V
10 MΩ min.
B
b Ud
±19.999 V
-19.999 to 21.999 V
1 MΩ min.
C
c Ud
±1.9999 V
-1.9999 to 2.1999 V
D
d Ud
1.0000 to 5.0000 V
0.5000 to 5.5000 V
A
a ad
±199.99 mA
199.99 to 219.99 mA
1 Ω max.
B
b ad
±19.999 mA
19.999 to 21.999 mA
10 Ω max.
C
c ad
±1.9999 mA
1.9999 to 2.1999 mA
33 Ω max.
D
d ad
4.000 to 20.000 mA
2.000 to 22.000 mA
10 Ω max.
K3HB-XVA
A
AC voltage
B
(See note 4.)
C
a Ua
0.0 to 400.0 V
0.0 to 440.0 V
1 MΩ min.
b Ua
0.00 to 199.99 V
0.00 to 219.99 V
c Ua
0.000 to 19.999 V
0.000 to 21.999 V
D
d Ua
A
a aa
0.0000 to 1.9999 V
0.000 to 10.000 A
0.0000 to 1.9999 V
0.000 to 11.000 A
B
b aa
0.0000 to 1.9999 A
0.0000 to 2.1999 A
C
c aa
0.00 to 199.99 mA
0.00 to 219.99m A
1 Ω max.
D
d aa
0.000 to 19.999 mA
0.000 to 21.999m A
10 Ω max.
K3HB-XAA
AC current
(0.5 VA CT)
(See note 3.)
Accuracy
±0.1%rdg ± 1
digit max.
±0.1%rdg ± 1
digit max.
Allowable
instantaneous
overload (30 s)
±400 V
±200 V
±400 mA
±200 mA
±0.3%rdg ± 5
digits max.
700 V
±0.5%rdg ± 10
digits max.
400 V
±0.5%rdg ± 20
digits max.
20 A
±0.5%rdg ± 10
digits max.
2A
(0.5 VA CT)
(See note 3.)
Note: 1. The accuracy is for an input frequency range of 40 Hz to 1 kHz (except for AD current input A and B ranges of 50 to 60 Hz) and an ambient
temperature of 23 ±5°C. The error, however, increases below 10% of the maximum input value.
DC voltage input (all ranges): 10% or less of max. input = ±0.15% FS
DC current input (all ranges): 10% or less of max. input = ±0.1% FS
AC voltage input (A: 0.0 to 400.0 V): 10% or less of max. input = ±0.15% FS
AC voltage input (B: 0.00 to 199.99 V): 10% or less of max. input = ±0.2% FS
AC voltage input (C: 0.000 to 19.999 V; D: 0.0000 to 1.9999 V): 10% or less of max. input = ±1.0% FS
AC current input (A: 0.000 to 10.000 A): 10% or less of max. input = ±0.25% FS
AC current input (B: 0.0000 to 1.9999 A): 10% or less of max. input = ±0.5% FS
AC current input (C: 0.00 to 199.99 mA; D: 0.000 to 19.999 A): 10% or less of max. input = ±0.15% FS
When DC voltage input models are used with a ±1.9999 V range, make sure that the connections between input terminals are not open.
If the input terminals are open, the display will show large variations. Connect resistance of approximately 1 MΩ between the input terminals if they are open.
2. The letters “rdg” mean “reading” and refer to the input error.
3. The value (0.5 VA CT) is the VA consumption of the internal CT (current transformer).
E2
E3
±1.9999 V
E4
+
1 MΩ
−
E5
E6 COM
4. The K3HB-XVA@@ complies with UL standards when the applied input voltage is within the range 0 to 150 VAC.
If the input voltage is higher than 150 VAC, install an external transformer or take other measures to drop the voltage to 150 VAC or lower.
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Common Specifications
■ Event Input Ratings
Input type
S-TMR, HOLD, RESET, ZERO, BANK1, BANK2,
BANK4
TIMING
Contact
ON: 1 kΩ max., OFF: 100 kΩ min.
---
No-contact
ON residual voltage: 2 V max.
OFF leakage current: 0.1 mA max.
Load current: 4 mA max.
Maximum applied voltage: 30 VDC max.
ON residual voltage: 3 V max.
OFF leakage current: 1.5 mA max.
Load current: 17 mA max.
Maximum applied voltage: 30 VDC max.
■ Output Ratings
Contact Output
Item
Transistor Output
Resistive loads
(250 VAC, cosφ=1;
30 VDC, L/R=0 ms)
Rated load
Inductive loads
(250 VAC, closed
circuit, cosφ=0.4;
30 VDC, L/R=7 ms)
5 A at 250 VAC
5 A at 30 VDC
Maximum load voltage
24 VDC
Maximum load current
50 mA
Leakage current
100 μA max.
1 A at 250 VAC
1 A at 30 VDC
Mechanical life 5,000,000 operations
expectancy
Electrical life
expectancy
100,000 operations
Linear Output
Item
0 to 20 mA
Allowable load impedance
500 Ω max.
Resolution
Approx. 10,000
Output error
±0.5%FS
4 to 20 mA
Serial Communications Output
Item
RS-232C, RS-485
Start-stop synchronization
Baud rate
9,600, 19,200, or 38,400 bps
Transmission code
ASCII
Data length
7 bits or 8 bits
Stop bit length
2 bits or 1 bit
Error detection
Vertical parity and FCS
Parity check
Odd, even
Note: For details on serial and DeviceNet communications, refer to
the Digital Indicator K3HB Communications User's Manual
(Cat.No. N129).
1 to 5 V
0 to 10 V
±0.5%FS (1 V or less: ±0.15 V; no output for 0 V or less.)
BCD Output I/O Ratings
(Input Signal Logic: Negative)
Communications method Half duplex
Synchronization method
0 to 5 V
5 kΩ min.
I/O signal name
Inputs
REQUEST
HOLD
MAX
MIN
RESET
Outputs DATA
POLARITY
OVER
DATA VALID
RUN
HH
H
PASS
L
LL
Item
Rating
Input signal
No-voltage
contact input
Input current for
no-voltage input
10 mA
Signal ON voltage 1.5 V max.
level
OFF voltage 3 V min.
Maximum load
voltage
Maximum load
current
Leakage current
Maximum load
voltage
Maximum load
current
Leakage current
24 VDC
10 mA
100 μA max.
24 VDC
50 mA
100 μA max.
Note: For details on serial and DeviceNet communications, refer to
the Digital Indicator K3HB Communications User's Manual
(Cat.No. N129).
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DeviceNet Communications
Communications protocol
Conforms to DeviceNet
Supported communi- Remote I/O communications
cations
Master-Slave connection (polling, bit-strobe, COS, cyclic)
Conforms to DeviceNet communications standards.
I/O allocations
Allocate any I/O data using the Configurator.
Allocate any data, such as DeviceNet-specific parameters and variable area for Digital
Indicators.
Input area: 2 blocks, 60 words max.
Output area: 1 block, 29 words max.
(The first word in the area is always allocated for the Output Execution Enabled Flags.)
Message communications
Explicit message communications
CompoWay/F communications commands can be executed (using explicit message
communications)
Connection methods
Combination of multi-drop and T-branch connections (for trunk and drop lines)
Baud rate
DeviceNet: 500, 250, or 125 Kbps (automatic follow-up)
Communications media
Special 5-wire cable (2 signal lines, 2 power supply lines, 1 shield line)
Communications distance
Baud rate
Network length
(max.)
Drop line length
(max.)
Total drop line
length (max.)
500 Kbps
100 m (100 m)
6m
39 m
250 Kbps
100 m
(250 m)
6m
78 m
125 Kbps
100 m
(500 m)
6m
156 m
The values in parentheses are for Thick Cable.
Communications power supply
24-VDC DeviceNet power supply
Allowable voltage fluctuation range
11 to 25-VDC DeviceNet power supply
Current consumption
50 mA max. (24 VDC)
Maximum number of nodes
64 (DeviceNet Configurator is counted as one node when connected)
Maximum number of slaves
63
Error control checks
CRC errors
DeviceNet power supply
Supplied from DeviceNet communications connector
■ Internal Block Diagram
Analog input
Input
circuit
ADC
Keys
EEP-ROM
Indications
• Input circuit
• Output circuit
• Transistor
output circuit
Drive
circuit
Drive
circuit
Event input
Digital input
circuit
Waveform
shaping circuit
Linear output
Linear output
circuit
Drive
circuit
Sensor power
supply
Filter
BCD
BCD I/O
Microcomputer
Drive
circuit
Transistor
output
Relay output
X
Drive
circuit
DeviceNet
circuit
DeviceNet
Drive
circuit
Communications
driver
Communications
VDD
VO
Power supply circuit (isolated)
VCOM
VO
DC-DC
Converter (isolated)
Power supply
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K3HB-X
■ Power Supply Derating Curve for Sensor (Reference Value)
With 12 V
With 10 V
Max. current (mA)
140
Max. current (mA)
140
1
1
120
120
100
100
80
80
60
60
40
40
20
20
0
−20
−10
0
10
20
30
40
50
0
−20
60
−10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Ambient temperature (°C)
Ambient temperature (°C)
Note: 1. The above values are for standard mounting. The derating curve differs depending on the mounting conditions.
2. Do not use the Sensor outside of the derating area (i.e., do not use it in the area labeled A in the above graphics). Doing so may occasionally cause deterioration or damage to internal components.
■ Component Names and Functions
PV display
Max/Min status indicator
Displays PVs, maximum values,
minimum values, parameter
names, and error names.
Turns ON when the maximum value or minimum value is
displayed in the RUN level.
Level/bank display
Position meter
In RUN level, displays the bank if the bank function is
ON. (Turns OFF if the bank function is OFF.)
In other levels, displays the current level.
Displays the position of the PV with
respect to a desired scale.
SV display
Comparative output
status indicators
HH
Display the status of comparative outputs.
H
P
L
LL
Displays SV and monitor values.
Max
Min
L
T-ZR CMW
Zero Hold
TG
HH
H
T
LL
L
Status indicators
Display
T-ZR
Zero
Hold
SV display status indicators
MAX/MIN
Function
LEVEL
MODE
SHIFT
Turns ON when the tare zero function is
executed. Turns OFF if it is not executed or
is cleared.
Turns ON when the forced-zero function is
executed. Turns OFF if it is not executed or
is cleared. (Excluding the K3HB-H.)
Used to switch the
display between the
PV, maximum value,
and minimum value and
to reset the maximum
and minimum values.
LEVEL Key
Used to switch level.
Display
TG
T
Turns ON/OFF when hold input turns
ON/OFF.
MAX/MIN Key
UP
HH, H,
L, LL
MODE Key
Used to switch the
parameters displayed.
SHIFT Key
Used to change
parameter settings.
When changing a set
value, this key is used
to move along the
digits.
Function
Turns ON when the timing signal turns
ON. Otherwise OFF.
Turns ON when parameters for which
teaching can be performed are
displayed.
In RUN level, turn ON when the
comparative set values HH, H, L, and
LL are displayed.
UP Key
When changing a set value,
this key is used to change
the actual value.
When a measurement value
is displayed, this key is
used to execute or clear the
forced-zero function or to
execute teaching.
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■ BCD Output Timing Chart
A REQUEST signal from a Programmable Controller or other external device is required to read BCD data.
Single Sampling Data Output
Continuous Data Output
20-ms pulse min. (50 ms max.)
REQ.
MAX.MIN.
REQ.
MAX.MIN.
DATA
DATA
All data "High"
All data "High"
Data 1
Data 2
All data "High"
Data
DATA
VALID
DATA
VALID
Approx.
30 ms
40 ms
40 ms
Approx.
30 ms
16 ms
The data is set in approximately 30 ms from the rising edge of the
REQUEST signal and the DATA VALID signal is output.
When reading the data from a Programmable Controller, start
reading the data when the DATA VALID signal turns ON.
The DATA VALID signal will turn OFF 40 ms later, and the data will
turn OFF 16 ms after that.
24 ms
64 ms
40 ms
24 ms
64 ms
Measurement data is output every 64 ms while the REQUEST signal
remains ON.
Note: If HOLD is executed when switching between data 1 and data
2, either data 1 or data 2 is output depending on the timing of
the hold signal. The data will not go LOW.
REQ. (1)
K3HB
(1)
Programmable
Controller
REQ. (2)
K3HB
(2)
REQ. (3)
DATA (including POL and
OVER) and DATA VALID can
be used in a wired OR.
RUN, HH, H, PASS, L, and
LL are always output, with or
without a REQUEST signal.
Do not used a wired OR
connect for these signals.
K3HB
(3)
(1)
DATA
(2)
(3)
DATA
VALID
(See note.)
(See note.)
(See note.)
Note: Leave 20 ms min. between DATA VALID turning OFF and the REQUEST signal.
Programmable Controller Connection Example
Display Unit Connection Example
Digital Indicator
Digital Indicator
Connector pin No. (See note.)
1.COMMON
COM
2.1
3.2
IN
2.1
IN
3.2
10°
5.8
Connector pin No. (See note.)
1.COMMON
Internal circuit
4.4
SYSMAC Programmable Controller
DC Input Unit
IN
IN
4.4
5.8
23.DATA VALID
24.RUN
10°
23.DATA VALID
IN
24.RUN
IN
To 101
To 102
240 Ω
240 Ω
240 Ω
25.COMMON
Short26.REQUEST circuit
240 Ω
Internal circuit
+5 V
Transistor Output Unit
OUT
30.RESET
OUT
31.POLARITY
(+/− polarity)
COM
(0 V)
+5 V
240 Ω
240 Ω
30.RESET
240 Ω
240 Ω
24 VDC
31.POLARITY
(+/− polarity)
V
O
D
C
B
A
DP
LE
V
O
D
C
B
A
DP
LE
V
O
D
C
B
A
DP
LE
V
O
26.REQUEST
Internal circuit
25.COMMON
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8
8
SEC
[email protected], [email protected]
+24 V
0V
<M7E Digital Display Unit>
DC power
supply
Note: The BCD output connector pin number is the D-sub connector pin number when
the BCD Output Cable (sold separately) is connected. This number differs from
the pin number for the Digital Indicator narrow pitch connector (manufactured by
Honda Tsushin Kogyo Co., Ltd.).
Refer to the following User's Manual for application precautions and other information required when using the Digital Indicator:
K3HB-S/-X/-V/-H Digital Indicator User's Manual (Cat. No. N128)
The manual can be downloaded from the following site in PDF format: OMRON Industrial Web http://www.fa.omron.co.jp
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■ Connections
Terminal Arrangement
Note: Insulation is used between signal input, event input, output, and power supply terminals.
A
A Operating Power Supply
B
C
D
E
1
2
3
100 to 240 VAC
24 VAC/ VDC
4
5
6
A1
A2
*1 Check the required power supply type.
*2 There is no polarity on models for 24
VAC/DC.
B Sensor Power Supply/Output
Sensor power supply +
PASS output
C Relays, Transistors, BCD and DeviceNet
B1
Relay Outputs
<C1>
B2
Sensor power supply
12 VDC 80 mA
10 VDC 100 mA
B3
N/C B4
+
B5
−
B6
C1
H
L
Sensor power supply +
linear output
0-5/1-5/
N/C
0-10 V
0-20/
N/C
4-20 mA
10 VDC 100 mA
12 VDC 80 mA
12 VDC 80 mA
<K33L2B>
<K33L1B>
<K33L2A>
<K33L1A>
H
C2
HH
C1
H
C2
NPN
DeviceNet Connector (Included)
<DRT>
PNP
PASS C3
L
C4
L
C4
C5
LL
C5
LL
C5
COM C6
COM C6
B1
− B2
+
B3
0-20/
4-20 mA
10 VDC 100 mA
N/C
C1
C4
C6
− B4
+
B5
− B6
BCD (NPN Open Collector): BCD
Sensor power supply
+
0-5/1-5/
N/C
0-10 V
HH
Transistor Outputs
<T1> <T2>
COM C3
C3
<K33CPA>
<K33CPB>
C2
Relay Outputs
<C2>
1 2 3 4 5
PASS
1: V− (Power supply cable: Black)
2: CAN L (Communications cable: Blue)
3: Shield
4: CAN H (Communications cable: White)
5: V+ (Power supply cable: Red)
Applicable Connector:
HR31-5.08P-5SC (01)
(HIROSE ELECTRIC CO., LTD.)
* Attach the provided crimp terminals.
Applicable Connector (Sold separately)
HDR-E50MAG1
(HONDA TSUSHIN KOGYO CO., LTD.)
Special Cable (Sold separately)
K32-BCD (OMRON)
(HDR-E50MAG1 with 0.3-m cable)
The BCD COMMON is shared.
The pins indicated in the above diagram
as blank (white) boxes have been removed.
Sensor power supply
B1
* Only one of the following can be used for each Digital Indicator: communications, BCD, or DeviceNet.
B2
Contact output
B3
12 VDC 80 mA
10 VDC 100 mA
B4
B5
5V
HH
HH
H
H
Sensor power supply +
communications
L
L
LL
LL
B (+)
SD
B (+) SD
B1
PASS
PASS
A (−)
RD
A (−) RD
B2
B (+)
SG
B (+) SG
B3
A (−)
N/C
A (−) N/C
10 VDC 100 mA
B6
Transistor Output
(NPN Open Collector)
10 VDC 100 mA
+
Sensor power supply
N/C
−
B4
+
−
RS-485 RS-232C RS-485 RS-232C
<K33- <K33<K33- <K33FLK3B> FLK1B> FLK3A> FLK1A>
B5
B6
Sensor power supply
12 VDC 80 mA
<K33-A>
12 VDC 80 mA
<K33-B>
Safety Standards Conformance
• Always use a EN/IEC-compliant power supply with reinforced insulation or
double insulation for the DeviceNet power supply.
• The product must be used indoors for the above applicable standards to
apply.
• The K3HB-XVA@@ complies with UL standards when the applied input
voltage is within the range 0 to 150 VAC.
9
K3HB-X
E Analog Input
Process Indicator
K3HB-X
Weighing Indicator
K3HB-V
Temperature Indicator
K3HB-H
Linear Sensor Indicator
K3HB-S
AC voltage only
E1 N/C
A, B
E1 N/C
E2
A
N/C
E2
E3
B
C
E3
B
E4
C
D
E4
C
E5
D
N/C
E5
D
COM
E6 COM
E1
A
N/C
E1 Input B
Current input
E2
E2 Input A
E3
A
Pt
E4
-
E3 COM
E4 Input A
Voltage input
E5
E5 Input B
B TC
E6 COM
B' +
E6 COM
N/C E6
D Event Input
• Use terminal pin D6 as the common terminal.
• Use NPN open collector or no-voltage contacts for event input.
PNP types are also available.
Models with Terminal Blocks
<K35-1><K35-3>
D1 TIMING
D2 S-TMR
12 V
S-TMR: D2
HOLD: D3
RESET: D4
ZERO: D5
D3 HOLD
4.7 kΩ
D4 RESET
12 V
TIMING
D5 ZERO
560 Ω
D1
750 Ω
3.9 kΩ
D6 COM
D6
Models with Connectors
<K35-2><K35-4>
1: TIMING
1
3: HOLD
5: ZERO
7: BANK4
9: BANK1 9
D6
COM
COM
2: S-TMR
4: RESET
6: COM
8: BANK2
10 10: COM
2
• Applicable Connector (Sold separately)
XG4M-1030 (OMRON)
• Special Cable (Sold separately)
K32-DICN (OMRON)
(XG4M-1030 with 3 m cable)
BCD Output Cable
Model
Shape
K32-BCD
Pin arrangement
Connected device end
(PLC, display device, etc.)
K3HB end
1
COMMON
100
101
102
300 mm
38 mm
Cover:
HDR-E50LPA5
(manufactured by Honda Tsushin Co., Ltd.)
Connector: HDR-E50MAG1
(manufactured by Honda Tsushin Co., Ltd.)
46.5 mm
D-sub connector (37-pin female)
Cover:
17JE-37H-1A (manufactured by DDK)
Connector: Equivalent to 17JE-13370-02
(manufactured by DDK)
Stand:
17L-002A (manufactured by DDK)
103
104
1
2
4
8
1
2
4
8
1
2
4
8
1
2
4
8
1
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
4 104
8
OVER
DATA VALID
RUN
COMMON
REQUEST
MAX REQ.
MIN REQ.
HOLD
RESET
POLARITY
HH
H
PASS
L
LL
COMMON
Note: The BCD Output Cable has a D-sub plug. Cover: 17JE-37H-1A (manufactured by DDK); Connector: equivalent to 17JE-23370-02 (D1) (manufactured by DDK)
Special Cable (for Event Inputs with 8-pin Connector)
Model
Appearance
K32-DICN
9
10
1
2
Cable marking
3,000 mm
(3 m)
Wiring
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Signal name
N/C
S-TMR
HOLD
RESET
N/C
COM
BANK4
BANK2
BANK1
COM
10
K3HB-X
■ Main Functions
Measurement
Timing Hold
Normal
Sampling Hold
• Continuously performs measurement and always outputs based on
comparative results.
• Holds the measurement at the rising edge of the TIMING signal.
Input
Sampling hold value
Input
H comparative set value
Measurement value
Measurement value
Time
Time
H output
Peak-to-peak Hold
Peak Hold/Bottom Hold
• Measures the maximum (or minimum) value in a specified period.
Input
TIMING ON
input OFF
Peak hold value
• Measures the difference between the maximum and minimum values in a specified period.
Input
Peak-to-peak value
(b2−a2)
(b1−a1)
Measurement value
Measurement value
b1
a1
Bottom hold value
'b2
'a2
Time
Time
TIMING ON
input OFF
TIMING ON
input OFF
Scaling
Average Processing
Scaling converts input signals in any way required before displaying
them. The values can be manipulated by shifting, inverting, or +/–
reversing.
Average processing of input signals with extreme changes or noise
smooths out the display and makes control stable.
Display value
Display value
Display value 2
(dsp.a2)
Display value 2
(dsp.a2)
Previous Average Value Comparison
Slight changes can be removed from input signals to detect only
extreme changes.
Display value 1
(dsp.a1)
Display value 1
(dsp.a1)
Input value 1 Input value 2
Input value
(inp.a2)
(inp.a1)
(Scaling)
Input value 2 Input value 1
(inp.a2)
(inp.a1)
Input value
(Reverse scaling)
Teaching
Settings for scaling can be made using the present measurement
values instead of inputting values with the SHIFT and UP Keys. This
is a convenient function for making the settings while monitoring the
operating status.
Standby Sequence
Turns the comparative output OFF until the measurement value
enters the PASS range.
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K3HB-X
■ Input Compensation/Display
Display Value Selection
Forced-zero
Forces the present value to 0. (Convenient for setting reference values or deducting tares for weight measurement.)
The current display value can be selected from the present value, the
maximum value, and the minimum value.
Step Value
Zero-trimming
Compensates for mild fluctuations in input signals due to factors
such as sensor temperature drift, based on OK (PASS) data at measurement. (This function can be used with sampling hold, peak hold,
or bottom hold.)
It is possible to specify (i.e., restrict) the values that the smallest displayed digit can change by. For example, if the setting is 2, the smallest digit will only take the values 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8 and if the setting is 5,
it will only take the values 0 or 5. If the setting is 10, it will only take
the value of 0.
Zero-limit
Interruption Memory
Changes the display value to 0 for input values less than the set
value. It is enabled in normal mode only. (This function can be used,
for example, to stop negative values being displayed or to eliminate
flickering and minor inconsistencies near 0.)
• The minimum and maximum values when the power supply is
turned OFF can be saved if interruption memory is turned ON.
• If interruption memory is ON, the maximum and minimum values
after the last resetting will be displayed.
• If interruption memory is OFF, the maximum and minimum values
will be displayed after the power supply is turned ON (or after the
reset input is performed).
Display
Zero-limit
setting
Input
Display Refresh Period
The display refresh period can be lengthened to reduce flickering
and thereby make the display easier to read.
Display Color Selection
Values can be displayed in either red or green. With comparative output models, the display color can also be set to change according to
the status of comparative outputs (e.g., green to red or red to green).
Example) Setting: grn-r
Red
H
Green
P
100.05
110.00
Comparative set value L
L
110.01
110.00
Comparative set value H
99.87
110.00
Red
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K3HB-X
■ Output
Comparative Output Pattern
Hysteresis
The output pattern for comparative outputs can be selected. In addition to high/low comparison with set values, output based on level
changes is also possible. (Use the type of output pattern appropriate
for the application.)
Prevents comparative output chattering when the measurement
value fluctuates slightly near the set value.
Comparative
set value HH
Comparative
set value H
Comparative
set value L
Comparative
set value LL
Standard Output
Measurement
Comparative
value
set value HH
Higher Comparative
set value H
Comparative
set value L
Lower
Comparative output H
ON
OFF
Output PASS
Output PASS
Output L
Output L
Output LL
Output LL
Zone Output
Comparative output L
Startup Compensation Timer
Measurement
value
Higher
Output HH
Output H
Hysteresis
Comparative set value L
set value LL
ON Output HH
OFF Output H
Output H
Hysteresis
Comparative set value H
Measurement
value
Higher
Level Output
Lower Comparative
Output HH
Comparative
set value HH
Comparative
set value H
Comparative
set value L
Comparative
set value LL
Example: Comparative Output Pattern (Standard Output)
Measurement can be stopped for a set time using external input.
When S-TMR and COM are interconnected and the startup compensation timer is set, measurement will not be performed until a set
time after the power supply is tuned ON.
Lower
ON
OFF
Output PASS
Input
Output L
Output LL
H comparative set value
Output Logic
Time
Reverses the output operation of comparative outputs for comparative results.
Startup
compensation
time set time
H output
H input
PASS Output Change
Comparative results other than PASS and error signals can be output
from the PASS output terminal.
■ Dimensions
101.2
91
Terminal cover (included)
Character Size for Main Display (mm)
PV display
SV display
120 min. *2
4.9
14.2
100
Panel Cutout Dimensions
3.5
(112)
7.6
75 min.
92+0.8
0
45+0.6
0
12
1.3
95 *1
2
96
*2. Leave a distance of at least 140 mm
48
44.8
*1. DeviceNet models: 97 mm
Terminal: M3, Terminal Cover: Accessory
when using the Watertight Cover
Y92A-49N.
Note: Mounting Recommended Panel
Thickness 1 to 8 mm.
Mount the product horizontally.
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K3HB-X
■ Wiring Precautions
■ Mounting Method
• For terminal blocks, use the crimp terminals suitable for M3 screws.
• Tighten the terminal screws to the recommended tightening torque
of approx. 0.5 N⋅m.
• To prevent inductive noise, separate the wiring for signal lines from
that for power lines.
1. Insert the K3HB into the mounting cutout in the panel.
2. Insert watertight packing around the Unit to make the mounting
watertight.
Watertight
packing
Wiring
• Use the crimp terminals suitable for M3 screws shown below.
5.8 mm max.
5.8 mm max.
Unit Stickers
3. Insert the adapter into the grooves on the left and right sides of
the rear case and push until it reaches the panel and is fixed in
place.
Adapter
• Select the appropriate units from the unit sticker sheets provided
and attach the sticker to the Indicator.
■ LCD Field of Vision
Note: When using for meters, such as weighing meters, use the units
specified by regulations on weights and measures.
The K3HB is designed to have the best visibility at the angles shown
in the following diagram.
10°
30°
■ Watertight Cover
Y92A-49N
■ Rubber Packing
K32-P1
If the rubber packing is lost or damaged, it can
be ordered using the following model number:
K32-P1.
(Depending on the operating environment,
deterioration, contraction, or hardening of the
rubber packing may occur and so, in order to
ensure the level of waterproofing specified in
NEMA4, periodic replacement is
recommended.)
Note:Rubber packing is provided with the
Controller.
14
K3HB-X
■ Safety Precautions
!WARNING
Do not touch the terminals while power is being supplied.
Doing so may possibly result in electric shock. Make sure
that the terminal cover is installed before using the
product.
Always provide protective circuits in the network. Without
protective circuits, malfunctions may possibly result in
accidents that cause serious injury or significant property
damage.
Provide double or triple safety measures in external
control circuits, such as emergency stop circuits, interlock
circuits, or limit circuits, to ensure safety in the system if
an abnormality occurs due to malfunction of the product
or another external factor affecting the product's
operation.
!CAUTION
Do not allow pieces of metal, wire clippings, or fine
metallic shavings or filings from installation to enter the
product. Doing so may occasionally result in minor
electric shock, fire, or malfunction.
Do not use the product in locations where flammable or
explosive gases are present. Doing so may occasionally
result in explosion, causing minor or moderate injury, or
property damage.
Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or modify the
product. Doing so may occasionally result in minor or
moderate injury due to electric shock.
Do not use the equipment for measurements within
Measurement Categories III and IV for K3HB-X and II, III,
and IV for K3HB-S, K3HB-V, and K3HB-H (according to
IEC61010-1). Doing so may occasionally cause
unexpected operation, resulting in minor or moderate
injury, or damage to the equipment. Use the equipment
for measurements only within the Measurement Category
for which the product is designed.
Perform correct setting of the product according to the
application. Failure to do so may occasionally cause
unexpected operation, resulting in minor or moderate
injury, or damage to the equipment.
Ensure safety in the event of product failure by taking
safety measures, such as installing a separate monitoring
system. Product failure may occasionally prevent
operation of comparative outputs, resulting in damage to
the connected facilities and equipment.
Tighten the screws on the terminal block and the
connector locking screws securely using a tightening
torque within the following ranges. Loose screws may
occasionally cause fire, resulting in minor or moderate
injury, or damage to the equipment.
Terminal block screws: 0.43 to 0.58 N·m
Connector locking screws: 0.18 to 0.22 N·m
Make sure that the product will not be adversely affected
if the DeviceNet cycle time is lengthened as a result of
changing the program with online editing. Extending the
cycle time may cause unexpected operation, occasionally
resulting in minor or moderate injury, or damage to the
equipment.
Before transferring programs to other nodes or changing
I/O memory of other nodes, check the nodes to confirm
safety. Changing the program or I/O memory of other
nodes may occasionally cause unexpected operation,
resulting in minor or moderate injury, or damage to the
equipment.
Precautions for Safe Use
1. Do not use the product in the following locations.
• Locations subject to direct radiant heat from heating equipment
• Locations where the product may come into contact with water or
oil
• Locations subject to direct sunlight
• Locations where dust or corrosive gases (in particular, sulfuric or
ammonia gas) are present
• Locations subject to extreme temperature changes
• Locations where icing or condensation may occur
• Locations subject to excessive shocks or vibration
2. Do not use the product in locations subject to temperatures or
humidity levels outside the specified ranges or in locations prone
to condensation. If the product is installed in a panel, ensure that
the temperature around the product (not the temperature around
the panel) does not go outside the specified range.
3. Provide sufficient space around the product for heat dissipation.
4. Use and store the product within the specified temperature and
humidity ranges. If several products are mounted side-by-side or
arranged in a vertical line, the heat dissipation will cause the internal temperature of the products to rise, shortening the service life.
If necessary, cool the products using a fan or other cooling
method.
5. The service life of the output relays depends on the switching
capacity and switching conditions. Consider the actual application
conditions and use the product within the rated load and electrical
service life. Using the product beyond its service life may result in
contact welding or burning.
6. Install the product horizontally.
7. Mount to a panel between 1 and 8-mm thick.
8. Use the specified size of crimp terminals (M3, width: 5.8 mm
max.) for wiring. To connect bare wires, use AWG22 (cross section: 0.326 mm2) to AWG14 (cross section: 2.081 mm2) to wire the
power supply terminals and AWG28 (cross section: 0.081 mm2)
to AWG16 (cross section: 1.309 mm2) for other terminals. (Length
of exposed wire: 6 to 8 mm)
9. In order to prevent inductive noise, wire the lines connected to the
product separately from power lines carrying high voltages or currents. Do not wire in parallel with or in the same cable as power
lines. Other measures for reducing noise include running lines
along separate ducts and using shield lines.
10.Ensure that the rated voltage is achieved no longer than 2 s after
turning the power ON.
11.Allow the product to operate without load for at least 15 minutes
after the power is turned ON.
12.Do not install the product near devices generating strong high-frequency waves or surges. When using a noise filter, check the voltage and current and install it as close to the product as possible.
13.Do not use thinner to clean the product. Use commercially available alcohol.
14.Be sure to confirm the name and polarity for each terminal before
wiring the terminal block and connectors.
15.Use the product within the noted supply voltage and rated load.
16.Do not connect anything to unused terminals.
17.Output turns OFF when the mode is changed or settings are initialized. Take this into consideration when setting up the control
system.
18.Install an external switch or circuit breaker that complies with
applicable IEC60947-1 and IEC60947-3 requirements and label
them clearly so that the operator can quickly turn OFF the power.
19.Use the specified cables for the communications lines and stay
within the specified DeviceNet communications distances. Refer
to the User's Manual (Cat. No. N129) for details on communications distance specifications and cables.
20.Do not pull the DeviceNet communications cables with excessive
force or bend them past their natural bending radius.
21.Do not connect or remove connectors while the DeviceNet power
is being supplied. Doing so will cause product failure or malfunction.
22.Use cables with a heat resistance of 70ºC min.
15
K3HB-X
■ Noise Countermeasures
Digital
Indicator
Digital
Indicator
- Surge
suppressor
Power supply input
+
Signal input
Line filter
Power supply input
1. Do not install the product near devices generating strong high-frequency waves or surges, such as high-frequency welding and
sewing machines.
2. Mount a surge suppressor or noise filter to peripheral devices
generating noise, in particular, motors, transformers, solenoids,
and magnet coils.
3. In order to prevent inductive noise, wire the lines connected to the
terminal block separately from power lines carrying high voltages
or currents. Do not wire in parallel with or in the same cable as
power lines. Other measures for reducing noise include running
lines along separate ducts and using shield lines.
Example of Countermeasures for Inductive Noise on
Input Lines
+
Signal
input
Digital
Indicator
2 conductors
with shield
4. If a noise filter is used for the power supply, check the voltage and
current, and install the noise filter as close to the product as possible.
5. Reception interference may occur if the product is used close to a
radio, television, or wireless.
ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN MILLIMETERS.
To convert millimeters into inches, multiply by 0.03937. To convert grams into ounces, multiply by 0.03527.
In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
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