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Programmable Controllers
CS1D Duplex System
Redundant CPU Units, Power Supply Units, Communications Units, and
Expansion I/O Cables
Select from a Wide Range of Redundant Systems
Easily Achieve Highly Reliable Systems
Failures occur in any system,
but the effects of those failures
can be alleviated.
• The system cannot be stopped during 24-h/day operation.
• Recovery costs are very high if the system goes down.
• If the system stops unexpectedly, there is a possibility
for a disastrous incident, such as the leakage of a toxic substance.
In systems like these that demand high reliability,
it is important to implement risk-management
to prepare for hypothetical problems.
OMRON Duplex PLCs are used
for risk management in the system.
Adding redundancy in the system is an effective step
to reduce risk.
To respond to customer's needs regarding system
reliability, OMRON applied its proven duplex PLC
technology to the CS Series to provide
a highly reliable PLC System.
These PLC Systems have redundant vital components
(such as CPUs, power supplies, networks,
and expansion cables), while retaining the CS1-series
functions and capabilities that are suitable for
a wide variety of applications.
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Types of Duplex Systems...................4
Network Configuration......................6
Introduction/Operation......................8
Dual I/O Expansion System.............10
PLC-based Process Control
System.................................................12
System Configuration.......................16
SYSTEM1........................................16
SYSTEM2........................................20
SYSTEM3........................................26
Dimensions ........................................31
General Specifications....................32
CPU Units............................................33
Common Specifications...................34
Function Added by Unit Version.....36
Ordering Information........................37
Programmable Controllers
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Programmable Controllers
With the CS1D, you can select
In addition to duplexed CPU Units and Power Supply Units, the customer can duplex other
components, such as Communications Units (Controller Link or Ethernet) and Expansion
Cables, to match the system requirements and provide a diverse range of duplex system
configurations.
SYSTEM 1 Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System
System name
The entire system can be duplexed, including a Duplex CPU System,
Expansion System, and Expansion Cables, for superior redundancy and
maintainability.
CS1D CPU Rack
Expansion
Units
Duplex
Expansion
Cables
Duplex CPU
Units
Duplex Communications Units
Duplex
Power Supply
Units
Configuration
Expansion Racks: 7 Racks max.
12 m
Note: Requires CS1D CPU Units with unit version 1.3 or later.
CPU Units
Expansion Cables
Duplex
Power Supply Units
Communications
Units
Controller Link
(Supports optical loop-back.)
Ethernet
Unit replacement
Online operation
Adding Units or Backplanes
•CPU Units •Power Supply Units •Duplex Units •I/O Expansion Units
•Basic I/O Units (can be replaced without a Programming Device)
•Special I/O Units (can be replaced without a Programming Device)
•CPU Bus Units (can be replaced without a Programming Device)
•Basic I/O Units •Special I/O Units
•Expansion Backplanes
Long-distance Expansion System
Amount of I/O memory shared between CPU Units
Switching time
Details
All of the CPU Unit's data areas (shared real-time)
CPU Unit
Within one CPU Unit cycle (within 0.5 ms min.) (See note 1.)
Communications Unit (reference value)
Within approx. 900 ms (See note 2.)
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Note 1: Depends upon the timing when the CPU Units are switched.
2: This value is for Duplex Controller Link Units. The value depends on the timing when the Units are switched.
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Programmable Controllers
Types of Duplex Systems
With the CS1D, you can select
from a variety of redundant systems.
In addition to duplexed CPU Units and Power Supply Units, the customer can duplex other
components, such as Communications Units (Controller Link or Ethernet) and Expansion
Cables, to match the system requirements and provide a diverse range of duplex system
configurations.
System name
SYSTEM 1 Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System
SYSTEM 2 Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion System
SYSTEM 3 Single-CPU System
The entire system can be duplexed, including a Duplex CPU System,
Expansion System, and Expansion Cables, for superior redundancy and
maintainability.
The main system components (such as the CPU Units, Power Supply
Units, and Communications Units) can be duplexed and a Programming
Device can be used to replace the Units during operation. This system
is equivalent to the previous Duplex CPU System.
This system is ideal when you want to improve network redundancy
and replace a Power Supply Unit or other Units online. The CPU Unit
cannot be duplexed.
CS1D CPU Rack
CS1D CPU Rack
Expansion
Units
Duplex
Expansion
Cables
Duplex CPU
Units
Duplex Communications Units
Duplex CPU Units
Duplex
Power Supply
Units
Duplex Communications Units
CS1D CPU Rack
Duplex
Power Supply
Units
Duplex
Power Supply
Units
Duplex Communications Units
CS1D Expansion Rack
CS1D Expansion Rack
Configuration
CS1D Expansion Rack
CS1D Expansion Rack
CS1D Expansion Rack
Expansion Racks: 7 Racks max.
12 m
CS1D Expansion Rack
Expansion Racks: 7 Racks max.
12 m
Expansion Racks: 7 Racks max.
12 m
Note: Requires CS1D CPU Units with unit version 1.3 or later.
CPU Units
Expansion Cables
Duplex
Power Supply Units
Communications
Units
Controller Link
(Supports optical loop-back.)
(Supports optical loop-back.)
(Supports optical loop-back.)
Ethernet
Unit replacement
Online operation
•CPU Units •Power Supply Units •Duplex Units •I/O Expansion Units
•Basic I/O Units (can be replaced without a Programming Device)
•Special I/O Units (can be replaced without a Programming Device)
•CPU Bus Units (can be replaced without a Programming Device)
•CPU Units •Power Supply Units •Basic I/O Units (See note.)
•Special I/O Units (See note.) •CPU Bus Units (See note.)
Note: A Programming Device is required to replace these Units.
•Power Supply Units •Basic I/O Units (See note.)
•Special I/O Units (See note.) •CPU Bus Units (See note.)
Note: A Programming Device is required to replace these Units.
(Requires CS1D CPU Units with unit version 1.3 or later.)
Adding Units or Backplanes
•Basic I/O Units •Special I/O Units
•Expansion Backplanes
•Basic I/O Units •Special I/O Units (See note 3.)
Long-distance Expansion System
All of the CPU Unit's data areas (shared real-time)
All of the CPU Unit's data areas (shared real-time)
CPU Unit
Within one CPU Unit cycle (within 0.5 ms min.) (See note 1.)
Within one CPU Unit cycle (within 0.5 ms min.) (See note 1.)
Communications Unit (reference value)
Within approx. 900 ms (See note 2.)
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Within approx. 900 ms (See note 2.)
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Amount of I/O memory shared between CPU Units
Switching time
Details
Note 1: Depends upon the timing when the CPU Units are switched.
2: This value is for Duplex Controller Link Units. The value depends on the timing when the Units are switched.
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Within approx. 900 ms (See note 2.)
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Note 3: Expansion Backplanes cannot be added.
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Programmable Controllers
The CS1D supports a variety of
Ethernet can be duplexed as well as Controller Link, which both have a proven track
record in FA applications.
In addition, a variety of networks are available for lower-level I/O, including DeviceNet,
CompoNet, and the MECHATROLINK-II Motion Controller network. Both DeviceNet and
CompoNet are open networks that boast a proven track record with the CS1 Series.
Ethernet
Ethernet
Ethernet is a general-purpose network used globally
in a wide range of factory and office environments.
Supports message service between PLCs or
between a computer and PLC. In a duplex system,
transmission paths can be set as primary and
secondary paths, and Communications Units can be
duplexed as well.
ry
rima
Ethernet P
Network
Secondary
Network
By duplexing
Communications Units,
communications will
continue even if one Unit
fails.
Link
Controller
Multi-vendor
Multi-vendor Network
Network for
for Sensors
Sensors and
and Actuators
Actuators
CompoNet
CompoNet
CompoNet is a multi-vendor compatible network
that can provide excellent bit-level control of
1,000 I/O points in about 1.0 ms. CompoNet
supports message communications as well as
sensor and actuator-level control. The maintenance
information in each slave can be managed
to use for preventive maintenance of the
equipment.
Information useful for
equipment maintenance can
be collected.
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(Optical)
Programmable Controllers
Network Configuration
The CS1D supports a variety of
network configurations.
Ethernet can be duplexed as well as Controller Link, which both have a proven track
record in FA applications.
In addition, a variety of networks are available for lower-level I/O, including DeviceNet,
CompoNet, and the MECHATROLINK-II Motion Controller network. Both DeviceNet and
CompoNet are open networks that boast a proven track record with the CS1 Series.
Ethernet
Ethernet
Automatically selects
a functioning Unit and
communications path.
Ethernet is a general-purpose network used globally
in a wide range of factory and office environments.
Supports message service between PLCs or
between a computer and PLC. In a duplex system,
transmission paths can be set as primary and
secondary paths, and Communications Units can be
duplexed as well.
OMRON
OMRON PLC
PLC Network
Network
Controller
Controller Link
Link
A Controller Link network supports high-volume data links and
message service between PLCs and between computers and
PLCs. In a duplex system, redundancy can be added by duplexing
Communications Units and using optical cable loop-back.
ages
FINS mess
ry
rima
Ethernet P
Network
Secondary
Communications
continue even if an error
occurs in one of the
Communications Units.
Network
By duplexing
Communications Units,
communications will
continue even if one Unit
fails.
Communications
continue using a loopback even if a line is
broken.
tinue.
ations con
Link
Controller
(Optical)
Communic
Open
Open Multi-vendor
Multi-vendor Network
Network
DeviceNet
DeviceNet
Multi-vendor
Multi-vendor Network
Network for
for Sensors
Sensors and
and Actuators
Actuators
CompoNet
CompoNet
DeviceNet is a multi-vendor network. DeviceNet
features superb environmental resistance and is
used in all kinds of processes in the FA
environment. The maintenance information in each
slave can be managed and accessed from the host
through message service.
CompoNet is a multi-vendor compatible network
that can provide excellent bit-level control of
1,000 I/O points in about 1.0 ms. CompoNet
supports message communications as well as
sensor and actuator-level control. The maintenance
information in each slave can be managed
to use for preventive maintenance of the
equipment.
GRT1-TBL
ID4
0
2
Information useful for
equipment maintenance can
be collected.
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1
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ID4
0
2
TS
1
3
ID4
0
2
TS
1
3
OD4
0
2
TS
1
3
OD4
0
2
TS
1
3
OD4
0
2
TS
1
3
END
Information useful for
equipment maintenance
can be collected.
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Programmable Controllers
With the CS1D, a highly reliable
Of course, the standard CS-series PLC resources can be used as-is,
and a CS1D Duplex System can be set up and used easily,
even by users setting up a duplex system for the first time.
Duplexing CPU Units is Easy!
In OMRON's proprietary hot-standby method, all data is shared simultaneously.
If an error occurs in the active CPU Unit, a switching program is not needed in the
standby CPU Unit!
CPU Unit operation switches smoothly. Switching time is short, so operation can
continue without bumps.
OMRON's proprietary hot-standby method
Standby
Inputs
Standby
Active
Active
Active
Error occurs
in active
CPU Unit.
Stop
Error
Synchronized
Outputs
Smoothly
switched.
Outputs
Since the active and standby CPU Units always operate synchronously, control continues
automatically and continuously in the standby CPU Unit if an error occurs in the active CPU Unit.
Inputs
Unsynchronized duplex method
Inputs
Active
Error
Stop
Inputs
Active
Error occurs
in active
CPU Unit.
Unsynchronized
or partial
transfer
Active
Stop
Error
Outputs
Discontinuous
control due to
initialization during
CPU Unit switching
Outputs
The standby CPU Unit is normally stopped. If an error occurs in the active CPU Unit, the standby CPU Unit becomes
the active CPU Unit. The transfer between CPU Units is limited and control is discontinuous due to initialization during
the switch-over.
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Introduction/Operation
system can be introduced easily.
Duplexing Communications Units is Easy!
The CPU Unit automatically selects the normally functioning Communications Unit.
When an error occurs, it is not necessary to use a complex switching program or
special data link area for duplexing!
Communications Units
Active Standby
Stands by while
CLK13
CLK13
Normal
communications
operation
Communications Units
Stop Active
Receives
executing selfdiagnostics. (Node
bypass function
operates in circuit.)
CLK13
commands
from CPU Unit
and starts
normal
operation.
CLK13
Unit
failure
CPU
Error occurs
in active Unit.
Optical fiber
CPU
Optical fiber
Note : The figure shows duplexing Controller Link Units. For details on wiring optical fiber cables, refer to the CS1W-CLK12-V1/CLK13/CLK52-V1/CLK53,
CVM1-CLK12/CLK52 Optical Ring Controller Link Units Operation Manual (Cat. No. W370)
When Ethernet Units are used, complex switching programs for
message communications can be simplified.
Typical duplex program
OMRON duplex program
Active
Active
Send destination selection program
PLC automatically
selects send destination.
Message is first sent with this
instruction.
SEND instruction
SEND instruction
Send
destination
Standby
Standby
Message is sent with this
instruction if no response is received.
Just create the same program that
you would create if using a single
Ethernet Unit! The CPU Unit
determines the send destination.
SEND instruction
When using a Controller Link Unit, data link area allocations can be configured without waste.
Typical duplex program
For active Unit
A program
was
needed to
select the
normal
data link
area.
OMRON duplex program
Active
Active
Link
destination
For standby Unit
Standby
Standby
The Duplex Controller Link Units
share the data links! The CPU Units
selects the normally functioning
Unit.
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Programmable Controllers
New Release! The Ultimate
The newly released Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion system draws attention in the
maintenance field! This system answers the needs of users who want to make improvements
and add functions without stopping the equipment. This strengthens the proven CS1D Duplex
System even more.
The functions in this section are supported only in a Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System.
Equipped with New Functions for Maintenance!
Special Programming Devices and Displays are not required for
Online Unit Replacement.
A computer is not needed for onsite operations!
Units can be replaced without knowing Programming Device procedures!
Power is ON and
the PLC is
operating.
Programming
Console
Unit
replacement
Can be removed
directly.
CX-Programmer
Special
Programming Device
not required.
Units and Expansion Backplanes can be added online.
Functions can be added easily after the system has started operating, even if the
system cannot be turned OFF or stopped.
Adjustments and improvements can be easily made when setting up new systems
without turning OFF the power.
While online, a Unit can be added easily to an empty
slot. (This function is supported in Duplex
CPU Single I/O Expansion Systems and Duplex CPU
Dual I/O Expansion Systems.)
In addition, an Expansion Backplane as well as its
mounted Units can be added easily.
Operating equipment
1
Mount additional Unit in Backplane.
It is not necessary to
stop the equipment even
when adding Units.
2
3
Set Unit in added slot.
Use the menu item to add a Unit online.
Added
equipment
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Dual I/O Expansion System
Programmable Controllers
New Release! The Ultimate
Duplex "Dual I/O Expansion" System
The newly released Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion system draws attention in the
maintenance field! This system answers the needs of users who want to make improvements
and add functions without stopping the equipment. This strengthens the proven CS1D Duplex
System even more.
The functions in this section are supported only in a Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System.
Equipped with New Functions for Maintenance!
Even Stronger Redundancy!
Special Programming Devices and Displays are not required for
Online Unit Replacement.
Expansion Cables can be duplexed and Units can be replaced Online.
A computer is not needed for onsite operations!
Units can be replaced without knowing Programming Device procedures!
Power is ON and
the PLC is
operating.
Programming
Console
Unit
replacement
Can be removed
directly.
By duplexing the Expansion Units and Expansion Cables, the Expansion Cables are duplexed and
can be replaced during operation. In addition, cable disconnections are monitored so failures
can be located easily.
Duplexed Expansion Units
CX-Programmer
Expansion bus operates independently.
Duplex expansion bus restarts.
Faulty Unit
Special
Programming Device
not required.
Error
Units and Expansion Backplanes can be added online.
Functions can be added easily after the system has started operating, even if the
system cannot be turned OFF or stopped.
Adjustments and improvements can be easily made when setting up new systems
without turning OFF the power.
While online, a Unit can be added easily to an empty
slot. (This function is supported in Duplex
CPU Single I/O Expansion Systems and Duplex CPU
Dual I/O Expansion Systems.)
In addition, an Expansion Backplane as well as its
mounted Units can be added easily.
Operating equipment
1
Expansion
Unit replaced.
Duplexed Expansion Units
Expansion bus operates independently.
Duplex expansion bus restarts.
Duplex Units can be replaced online.
Mount additional Unit in Backplane.
Operating
individually
Active
Standby
Standby
Duplex
operation
restarts.
It is not necessary to
stop the equipment even
when adding Units.
Error
2
3
Faulty Unit
Set Unit in added slot.
Operation continues in the active
CPU Unit.
The Duplex Unit is replaced.
Use the menu item to add a Unit online.
Duplex Unit replaced.
When the Initialization (INIT) Switch on the
front of the Duplex Unit is turned ON, the
CPU Unit will return to duplex status.
Added
equipment
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Programmable Controllers
PLC-based Process Control Sy
A PLC-based Duplex Process Control System That Achieves High Reliability
A variety of system configurations can be created, such as a Duplex CPU System using a CS1D
Process-control CPU Unit with a built-in Loop Control Board (LCB) function or a Single CPU
System using a Loop Control Board mounted in the CS1D CPU Unit's Inner Board slot. You can
retain the openness and cost performance of a general-purpose PLC base while expanding the
possible range of PLC control with process control functions and reliability that are equivalent to
some of the functions and performance of DCS.
Loop control engine
Sequence control engine
Loop Control (LCB)
Section: CX-Process Tool
CPU Section: CX-Programmer
A Process Control System can be built based on PLCs, breaking the
image of traditional process controllers. A system configuration can be
created to match the applications and customer's system requirements.
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Previous System Issues
PLC-based Process Control Solution
Initial costs are high
because a large-scale
system must be used.
Using the PLC base saves
cost, space, and time.
PLC-based Process Control System
stem for Full-scale Process Control
Reduce the Total Cost of Ownership from Initial Costs to Operating Costs.
A PLC-based Process Control System Answers the Customer's Needs.
Input/Output: Process I/O Units
Engineering:
CX-Process Tool
Loop control programs can be created easily with
function block programming.
Combine function blocks and use the mouse
to connect them.
Analog Input
Field Terminal
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Basic PID
PV
RSP
MV
Analog Output
Field Terminal
X1
X2
X3
X4
Functions such as isolator, power supply, and signal
converter functions are implemented in
these Analog I/O Units. Since functions such as
process value alarms, rate-of-change calculations, and
square-root calculations are built into the Units,
significant cost and space savings can be realized
compared to the previous system.
Previous DCS and
PLC System
Process I/O Units
Segment
Program
Other functions
Signal converter
Power supply
Isolator
Y1
PID parameters can be adjusted
on the Tuning Screen.
Duplex System:
CS1D
Loop control programs can be duplexed, not just
sequence control programs. The CS1D Duplex System
can provide a solution to
risk management in
Programmable Controllers
process applications that
require high reliability.
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MEMO
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System Design Guide
System Configuration .......................................................................................16
SYSTEM 1: Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System
SYSTEM 2: Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion System
SYSTEM 3: Single CPU System
Dimensions .......................................................................................................31
General Specifications......................................................................................32
CPU Units .........................................................................................................33
Common Specifications ....................................................................................34
Functions Added by Unit Version......................................................................36
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
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System Configuration
Basic System
SYSTEM 1
CS1D Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System
CS1D CPU Unit
(for Duplex CPU, Dual or
Single I/O Expansion)
CS1D Duplex Unit
(for Duplex CPU, Dual I/O
Expansion System only)
[email protected]
[email protected]
(Unit version 1.3 or later)
CS1D-DPL02D
CS1D Power Supply Units
Programming Devices
CS1D-PA207R
CS1D-PD024
CS1D-PD025
(Two can be mounted to
duplex the power supply.)
CX-One
(CX-Programmer, etc.)
Programming Console
Cable for Peripheral Port
CS1W-CN226/626 Cable
for IBM PC/AT or
compatible computers
CS1D CPU Backplane
(for Duplex CPU, Dual I/O
Expansion System only)
RUN
ERR/ALM
DPL01
L
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
R
RUN
DPL STATUS
ACTIVE
CPU STATUS
ACTIVE
CPU STATUS
LEFT CPU
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
USE
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
NO USE
ERR/ALM
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
RIGHT CPU
MCPWR
USE
BUSY
MCPWR
NO USE
OPEN
Programmable Terminal (PT)
BUSY
OPEN
DPL SW
ON
PERIPHERAL
CS1D-BC042D
ON OFF
SPL DPL
ACT. ACT.
LEFTRIGHT
PERIPHERAL
INIT.
NS Series
SW
PRPHL
COMM
A39512
RSV
PORT
ON
PORT
DUPLEX
CS1D I/O Control Units
(for Duplex CPU, Dual I/O
Expansion System only)
Duplex
CPU Units
CS1 Basic I/O Units
CS1 Special I/O Units
CS1 CPU Bus Units
CS1D-IC102D
(Two can be mounted to
duplex the cables.)
CS1 Connecting Cables
CS1W-CN@@3
(30 cm, 70 cm, 2 m, 3 m,
5 m, 10 m, or 12 m)
Duplex Power
Supply Units
Note 1: Up to 3 Units can
be mounted.
Note 2: The max. number of
Units depends on the
Expansion method.
CPU Rack
(for Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System only)
HMC-EF183
RS-232C Cable for PT
XW2Z-200T/500T
RS-232C Cable
CS1D Expansion Rack
CS1D Expansion Backplanes
(for Duplex CPU, Dual I/O
Expansion System only)
for IBM PC/AT or
compatible computers
XW2Z-200S/500S-CV
RS-422A Converter
CS1D-BI082D
Configuration Units
Power Supply Units
CS1 Connecting
Cables
CS1D Expansion Rack
CS1D I/O Interface Units
(for Duplex CPU, Dual I/O
Expansion System only)
Configuration Units
CS1D-II102D
(Two can be mounted to
duplex the cables.)
Power Supply Units
CS1 Connecting
Cables
CS1D Expansion Rack
Configuration Units
Power Supply Units
Expansion Racks
(for Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System only)
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Memory Card
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
CJ1W-CIF11
Configuration Units
Basic I/O Units
8 I/O points
16 I/O points
32 I/O points
64 I/O points
96 I/O points
Input Units
---
• DC Input Units
CS1W-ID211
• AC Input Units
CS1W-IA111
CS1W-IA211
• DC Input Units
CS1W-ID231
• Transistor Output Units
CS1W-OD21@
• Triac Output Units
CS1W-OA211
• Relay Output Units
CS1W-OC211
• Transistor Output Units
CS1W-OD23@
• DC Input Units
CS1W-ID261
• DC Input Units
CS1W-ID291
• Transistor Output Units
CS1W-OD26@
• Transistor Output Units
CS1W-OD29@
Output Units
• Triac Output Units
CS1W-OA201
• Relay Output Units
(independent commons)
CS1W-OC201
I/O Units
---
---
---
32 inputs and 32 outputs
48 inputs and 48 outputs
• DC Input/Transistor Output • DC Input/Transistor Output
Units
Units
CS1W-MD26@
CS1W-MD29@
• TTL I/O Units
CS1W-MD561
Other Units
• Interrupt Input Units
CS1W-INT01
---
• High-speed Input Units
CS1W-IDP01
B7A Interface Units
• 32 inputs
CS1W-B7A12
• 32 outputs
CS1W-B7A02
• 16 inputs and 16 outputs
CS1W-B7A21
B7A Interface Units
• 32 inputs and 32 outputs
CS1W-B7A22
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Special I/O Units and CPU Bus Units
Temperature Sensor Input Units
(Process Analog I/O Units)
• CS1W-PTS@@
• High-speed Counter Units
CS1W-CT021
CS1W-CT041
• Customizable Counter Units
Analog Input Units
CS1W-HCP22-V1
• Analog Input Units
[email protected]
CS1W-AD041-V1
CS1W-HIO01-V1
CS1W-AD081-V1
• Position Control Units
CS1W-AD161
[email protected]
• Process Analog Input Units such as [email protected]
Isolated-type DC Input Units
[email protected]
CS1W-PDC@@
• MECHATROLINK-II-compatible
CS1W-PTW01
Position Control Units
CS1W-PTR0@
CS1W-NC271
CS1W-NC471
Analog Output Units
CS1W-NCF71
• Analog Output Units
• Motion Control Units
CS1W-DA041
CS1W-MC221-V1
CS1W-DA08V
CS1W-MC421-V1
CS1W-DA08C
• Isolated-type Analog Output Units • MECHATROLINK-II-compatible
Motion Control Units
(Process Analog I/O Units)
CS1W-MCH71
CS1W-PMV01
CS1W-PMV02
Analog I/O Units
• CS1W-MAD44
Isolated-type Pulse Input Unit
(Process Analog I/O Unit)
• CS1W-PPS01
• Serial Communications Units
CS1W-SCU21-V1
CS1W-SCU31-V1
• EtherNet/IP Units
CS1W-EIP21
• Ethernet Units
CS1W-ETN21
CS1D-ETN21D
• Controller Link Units
CS1W-CLK23
CS1W-CLK13
CS1W-CLK53
• SYSMAC LINK Units
CS1W-SLK11
CS1W-SLK21
• FL-Net Units
CS1W-FLN22
• DeviceNet Units
CS1W-DRM21-V1
• CompoNet Master Units
CS1W-CRM21
• ID Sensor U Units
CS1W-V680C11
CS1W-V680C12
CS1W-V600C11
CS1W-V600C12
• GPIB Interface Units
CS1W-GPI01
• High-speed Data Storage Units
CS1W-SPU01-V2
CS1W-SPU02-V2
Note: 1. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA. MECHATROLINK II is a registered trademark of the
MECHATROLINK Members Association.
Other company names and product names etc. are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
2. Including models whose production are discontinued.
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
17
Basic System
SYSTEM 1
CS1D Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System
The entire system, including the expansion cables, can be duplexed for the most advanced redundancy and maintenance functions.
The CPU Unit’s version must be unit version 1.3 or later.
■ CPU Rack
System Configuration
CPU Unit slots:
Duplex CPU Units can
be mounted.
ETN21D
RUN
100M
ERH
TCP
RUN
ERC
SD
RD
LINK
UNIT
NO.
NODE
NO.
0
DPL01
ERR/ALM
L
INH BKUP
DPL
R
PRPHL COMM
ERR/ALM
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
USE
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
NO USE
RIGHT CPU
1
× 161
RUN
DPL STATUS
ACTIVE
CPU STATUS
ACTIVE
CPU STATUS
LEFT CPU
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
0
Power Supply Unit slots:
CS1D Power Supply Units
can be mounted.
× 160
MCPWR
USE
BUSY
MCPWR
NO USE
OPEN
BUSY
OPEN
CPU Rack
DPL SW
ON
PERIPHERAL
ON OFF
SPL DPL
ACT. ACT.
LEFT RIGHT
PERIPHERAL
INIT.
100BASE-TX
10BASE-T
SW
PRPHL
COMM
A39512
RSV
ON
PORT
PORT
DUPLEX
I/O Control Unit/Unit slots:
CS1D I/O Control Units can be mounted.
The following Units can be mounted if an
I/O Control Unit is not mounted.
CS1 Basic I/O Units
CS1 Special I/O Units
CS1 CPU Bus Units
Unit slots:
The following Units can
be mounted.
CS1 Basic I/O Units
CS1 Special I/O Units
CS1 CPU Bus Units
Duplex Unit slot:
A CS1D-DPL02D Duplex Unit must be mounted.
List of Required Devices
Rack
CPU Rack
Unit name
1 Backplane
CS1D-PA207R/CS1D-PD02@ Power Supply Unit
2 Units (Just 1 Unit can also be used.)
[email protected][email protected] CPU Unit
2 Units
CS1D-DPL02D Duplex Unit (for Duplex CPU Dual I/O Expansion Systems)
1 Unit
CS1D-IC102D I/O Control Unit (for Duplex CPU Dual I/O Expansion Systems)
Required only when there is an I/O Expansion System.
Two Units are required for a Dual I/O Expansion
System, and just one Unit is required for a Single I/O
Expansion System.
Maximum number of I/O Units
Dual I/O Expansion System
3 Units
Single I/O Expansion System
4 Units
No I/O Expansion
5 Units
Limitations on the System Configuration
Note: 1. C200H-series Units cannot be used in either the CPU Rack or Expansion Racks.
2. The CPU Units do not support FB or ST programming.
3. CPU Units with unit version 1.3 or later can be used.
18
Number required
CS1D-BC042D CPU Backplane (for Duplex CPU Dual I/O Expansion Systems)
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
■ Dual I/O Expansion Racks
The Dual I/O Expansion System has a duplexed expansion bus and supports online replacement of a Duplex Unit, online replacement of Units
without a Programming Device, and online addition of I/O Units and Expansion Backplanes. (These functions are supported by the Duplex CPU
Dual I/O Expansion System only.) Special I/O Control Units and I/O Interface Units are used in the Dual I/O Expansion System. The expansion bus
can be set to either single or dual operation.
System Configuration Diagram
CS1D CPU Rack
(Duplex CPU, Dual Expansion
I/O System)
ETN21D
100M
ERH
TCP
RUN
ERC
SD
RD
LINK
DPL
UNIT
0
NO.
NODE
NO.
0
1
×161
×160
Maximum Expansion Racks
Model
100BASE-TX
10BASE-T
DUPLEX
CS1W-CN@@3
CS1 Connecting Cable
CS1D-BI082D
CS1D Expansion Backplane
Maximum No. of Racks
[email protected]
[email protected]
7 Racks
CS1D
Expansion Rack
CS1D-P@@@@(@)
Power Supply Units
12 m max.
CS1D-BI082D
CS1D Expansion Backplane
CS1W-CN@@3
CS1 Connecting Cable
CS1D
Expansion Rack
CS1D-P@@@@(@)
Power Supply Units
The maximum number
of Expansion Racks: 7
CS1W-CN@@3
CS1 Connecting Cable
CS1D-BI082D
CS1D Expansion Backplane
CS1D
Expansion Rack
CS1D-P@@@@(@)
Power Supply Units
Power Supply Unit slots:
CS1D Power Supply Units
can be mounted.
Expansion Unit Slot
Only an I/O Interface Unit can be mounted.
Expansion Rack
I/O Interface Unit/Unit slot:
Unit slots:
A CS1D I/O Interface Unit can be mounted.
The following Units can be mounted.
One of the following Units can be mounted
CS1 Basic I/O Units
if an I/O Interface Unit is not mounted.
CS1 Special I/O Units
CS1 Basic I/O Unit
CS1 CPU Bus Units
CS1 Special I/O Unit
CS1 CPU Bus Unit
List of Required Devices
Rack
CPU Rack
Unit name
Number required
CS1D-IC102D I/O Control Unit (for Duplex CPU Dual I/O Expansion Systems)
Maximum number of I/O Units
Rack
Two Units are required for a Dual I/O Expansion
System, and just one Unit is required for a Single I/O
Expansion System.
Dual I/O Expansion System
3 Units
Single I/O Expansion System
4 Units
Unit name
Number required
Expansion Rack CS1D-BI082D Expansion Backplane (for Duplex CPU Dual I/O Expansion Systems)
1 Backplane
CS1D-PA207R/CS1D-PD02@ Power Supply Unit
2 Units (Just 1 Unit can also be used.)
CS1D-II102D I/O Interface Unit (for Duplex CPU Dual I/O Expansion Systems)
Two Units are required for a Dual I/O Expansion
System, and just one Unit is required for a Single I/O
Expansion System.
Maximum number of I/O Units
Dual I/O Expansion System
7 Units
Single I/O Expansion System
8 Units
Limitations on the System Configuration
Note: 1. Dual I/O Expansion cannot be used in a Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion System or Single CPU System.
2. The number of I/O Units that can be mounted in the Backplanes depends on the expansion method being used.
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
19
Basic System
SYSTEM 2
CS1D Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion System
CS1D CPU Unit
(for Duplex CPU, Dual or
Single I/O Expansion)
CS1D Duplex Unit
(for Duplex CPU,
Single I/O Expansion)
[email protected]
[email protected]
CS1D-DPL01
CS1D Power Supply Units
Programming Devices
CS1D-PA207R
CS1D-PD024
CS1D-PD025
(Two can be mounted to
duplex the power supply.)
CX-One
(CX-Programmer, etc.)
Programming Console
Cable for Peripheral Port
CS1W-CN226/626 Cable
for IBM PC/AT or
compatible computers
CS1D CPU Backplane
(for Duplex CPU,
Single I/O Expansion)
RUN
ERR/ALM
DPL01
L
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
R
RUN
DPL STATUS
ACTIVE
CPU STATUS
ACTIVE
CPU STATUS
LEFT CPU
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
USE
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
NO USE
ERR/ALM
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
Programmable Terminal
(PT)
RIGHT CPU
MCPWR
USE
BUSY
NO USE
OPEN
MCPWR
BUSY
OPEN
DPL SW
ON
PERIPHERAL
CS1D-BC052
ON OFF
SPL DPL
ACT. ACT.
LEFTRIGHT
PERIPHERAL
INIT.
NS Series
SW
PRPHL
COMM
A39512
RSV
PORT
ON
PORT
DUPLEX
Duplex
CPU Units
Duplex Power
Supply Units
CS1 Basic I/O Units
CS1 Special I/O Units
CS1 CPU Bus Units
Note:
CS1 Connecting Cables
CPU Rack
(Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion System)
RS-232C Cable for PT
XW2Z-200T/500T
RS-232C Cable
CS1D Expansion Rack
CS1D Expansion Backplane
(for Duplex CPU, Single I/O
Expansion or Single CPU)
for IBM PC/AT or
compatible computers
XW2Z-200S/500S-CV
RS-422A Converter
Configuration Units
CS1 Connecting Cable
Power Supply Units
CS1D Expansion Rack
Configuration Units
Power Supply Units
CS1 Connecting
Cable
CS1D Expansion Rack
Configuration Units
Power Supply Units
Expansion Racks (Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion
System or Long-distance Expansion System)
20
HMC-EF183
Up to 5 Units can
be mounted.
CS1W-CN@@3
(30 cm, 70 cm, 2 m, 3 m,
5 m, 10 m, or 12 m)
CS1D-BI092
Memory Card
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
CJ1W-CIF11
Configuration Units
Basic I/O Units
8 I/O points
16 I/O points
32 I/O points
64 I/O points
96 I/O points
Input Units
---
• DC Input Units
CS1W-ID211
• AC Input Units
CS1W-IA111
CS1W-IA211
• DC Input Units
CS1W-ID231
• Transistor Output Units
CS1W-OD21@
• Triac Output Units
CS1W-OA211
• Relay Output Units
CS1W-OC211
• Transistor Output Units
CS1W-OD23@
• DC Input Units
CS1W-ID261
• DC Input Units
CS1W-ID291
• Transistor Output Units
CS1W-OD26@
• Transistor Output Units
CS1W-OD29@
Output Units
• Triac Output Units
CS1W-OA201
• Relay Output Units
(independent commons)
CS1W-OC201
I/O Units
---
---
---
32 inputs and 32 outputs
48 inputs and 48 outputs
• DC Input/Transistor Output • DC Input/Transistor Output
Units
Units
CS1W-MD26@
CS1W-MD29@
• TTL I/O Units
CS1W-MD561
Other Units
• Interrupt Input Units
CS1W-INT01
---
• High-speed Input Units
CS1W-IDP01
B7A Interface Units
• 32 inputs
CS1W-B7A12
• 32 outputs
CS1W-B7A02
• 16 inputs and 16 outputs
CS1W-B7A21
B7A Interface Units
• 32 inputs and 32 outputs
CS1W-B7A22
---
Special I/O Units and CPU Bus Units
Temperature Sensor Input Units
(Process Analog I/O Units)
• CS1W-PTS@@
• High-speed Counter Units
CS1W-CT021
CS1W-CT041
• Customizable Counter Units
Analog Input Units
CS1W-HCP22-V1
• Analog Input Units
[email protected]
CS1W-AD041-V1
CS1W-HIO01-V1
CS1W-AD081-V1
• Position Control Units
CS1W-AD161
[email protected]
• Process Analog Input Units such as [email protected]
Isolated-type DC Input Units
[email protected]
CS1W-PDC@@
• MECHATROLINK-II-compatible
CS1W-PTW01
Position Control Units
CS1W-PTR0@
CS1W-NC271
CS1W-NC471
Analog Output Units
CS1W-NCF71
• Analog Output Units
• Motion Control Units
CS1W-DA041
CS1W-MC221-V1
CS1W-DA08V
CS1W-MC421-V1
CS1W-DA08C
• Isolated-type Analog Output Units • MECHATROLINK-II-compatible
Motion Control Units
(Process Analog I/O Units)
CS1W-MCH71
CS1W-PMV01
CS1W-PMV02
Analog I/O Units
• CS1W-MAD44
Isolated-type Pulse Input Unit
(Process Analog I/O Unit)
• CS1W-PPS01
• Serial Communications Units
CS1W-SCU21-V1
CS1W-SCU31-V1
• EtherNet/IP Units
CS1W-EIP21
• Ethernet Units
CS1W-ETN21
CS1D-ETN21D
• Controller Link Units
CS1W-CLK23
CS1W-CLK13
CS1W-CLK53
• SYSMAC LINK Units
CS1W-SLK11
CS1W-SLK21
• FL-Net Units
CS1W-FLN22
• DeviceNet Units
CS1W-DRM21-V1
• CompoNet Master Units
CS1W-CRM21
• ID Sensor U Units
CS1W-V680C11
CS1W-V680C12
CS1W-V600C11
CS1W-V600C12
• GPIB Interface Units
CS1W-GPI01
• High-speed Data Storage Units
CS1W-SPU01-V2
CS1W-SPU02-V2
Note: 1. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA. MECHATROLINK II is a registered trademark of the
MECHATROLINK Members Association.
Other company names and product names etc. are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
2. Including models whose production are discontinued.
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
21
Basic System
SYSTEM 2
CS1D Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion System
The main system components can be duplexed, such as the CPU Unit, Power Supply Unit, and Communications Unit. Units can be replaced online
using a Programming Device. This system is equivalent to the previous CS1D Duplex CPU System.
■ CPU Rack
System Configuration
CPU Unit slots:
Duplex CPU Units can
be mounted.
Expansion Cable connector:
A CS Expansion Cable can be connected.
ETN21D
ETN21D
100M
ERH
TCP
RUN
ERC
SD
RD
LINK
DPL
UNIT
NO.
NODE
NO.
0
UNIT
NO.
× 160
NODE
NO.
ERR/ALM
0
PRPHL COMM
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
0
L
R
RUN
DPL STATUS
ACTIVE
CPU STATUS
ACTIVE
CPU STATUS
ERR/ALM
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
LEFT CPU
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
USE
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
NO USE
RIGHT CPU
1
× 161
DPL01
INH BKUP
DPL
0
1
× 161
RUN
100M
ERH
TCP
RUN
ERC
SD
RD
LINK
Power Supply Unit slots:
CS1D Power Supply Units
can be mounted.
× 160
MCPWR
USE
BUSY
MCPWR
NO USE
OPEN
BUSY
OPEN
CPU Rack
DPL SW
ON
PERIPHERAL
100BASE-TX
10BASE-T
ON OFF
SPL DPL
ACT. ACT.
LEFT RIGHT
PERIPHERAL
INIT.
100BASE-TX
10BASE-T
SW
PRPHL
COMM
A39512
RSV
PORT
ON
PORT
DUPLEX
Unit slots:
The following Units can be mounted.
CS Basic I/O Units
CS Special I/O Units
CS CPU Bus Units
Duplex Unit slot:
A CS1D-DPL01 Duplex Unit must be mounted.
List of Required Devices
Rack
CPU Rack
Unit name
1 Backplane
CS1D-PA207R/CS1D-PD02@ Power Supply Unit
2 Units (Just 1 Unit can also be used.)
[email protected][email protected] CPU Unit
2 Units
CS1D-DPL01 Duplex Unit (for Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion Systems)
1 Unit
Maximum number of Configuration Units
5 Units
Limitations on the System Configuration
Note: 1. C200H-series Units cannot be used in either the CPU Rack or Expansion Racks.
2. The CPU Units do not support FB or ST programming.
22
Number required
CS1D-BC052 CPU Backplane (for Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion Systems)
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
■ Single I/O Expansion Racks
Like the CS1-series PLCs, it is possible to connect Expansion Racks and expand the PLC system just by connecting Expansion Cables. The Duplex
CPU Single I/O Expansion System supports the same functions as Single CPU System. Special I/O Control Units and I/O Interface Units are not
required.
System Configuration Diagram
Maximum Expansion Racks
CS1D CPU Rack
(Single CPU System or
Duplex CPU System)
LEFT CPU
RIGHT CPU
DPL SW
Model
SW
ON
DUPLEX
CS1W-CN@@3
CS1 Connecting Cable
CS1D
Expansion Rack
CS1D-BI092
CS1D Expansion Backplane
Maximum No. of Racks
[email protected]
[email protected]
ON
INIT.
7 Racks
CS1D-P@@@@(@)
Power Supply Units
CS1W-CN@@3
CS1 Connecting Cable
12 m
CS1D
Expansion Rack
CS1D-BI092
CS1D Expansion Backplane
CS1D-BI092
CS1D Expansion Backplane
CS1D-P@@@@(@)
Power Supply Units
CS1W-CN@@3
CS1 Connecting Cable
The maximum number
of Expansion Racks: 7
CS1D
Expansion Rack
CS1D-P@@@@(@)
Power Supply Units
Power Supply Unit slots:
CS1D Power Supply Units can be mounted.
Expansion Cable connector:
A CS Expansion Cable can be connected.
Expansion Rack
Unit slots:
The following Units can be mounted.
CS1 Basic I/O Units
CS1 Special I/O Units
CS1 CPU Bus Units
List of Required Devices
Rack
CPU Rack
Unit name
Maximum number of Configuration Units
Number required
Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion System
5 Units
Single CPU System
8 Units
Rack
Unit name
Number required
Expansion Rack CS1D-BI092 Expansion Backplane (for Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion Systems or Single CPU Systems)
1 Backplane
CS1D-PA207R/CS1D-PD02@ Power Supply Unit
2 Units (Just 1 Unit can
also be used.)
Maximum number of I/O Units (Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion System or Single CPU System)
9 Units
Limitations on the System Configuration
Note: 1. These Racks cannot be used in a Duplex CPU Dual I/O Expansion System.
2. The following functions cannot be used: Duplex Expansion Cables, Online replacement of a Duplex Unit, Online replacement of Units
without a Programming Device, and Online addition of I/O Units and Expansion Backplanes. If any of these functions are required, a
Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System must be used.
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
23
■ CS1D Long-distance Expansion Racks
A Long-distance Expansion System can connect a Rack at a distance of up to 50 m. The Long-distance Expansion System functions can be used
in the Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion System and Single CPU System. Special I/O Control Units and I/O Interface Units are used.
System Configuration Diagram
CS1W-IC102
I/O Control Unit
(See note.)
IC102
Maximum Expansion Racks
CS1D CPU Rack
Model
(Single CPU System or
Duplex CPU System)
CS
RDY
TER ERR
LEFT CPU
RIGHT CPU
DPL SW
ON
INIT.
[email protected]
[email protected]
SW
CV500-CN@@2
CV-series Connecting Cable
CV500-CN@@2
CV-series Connecting Cable
CS1W-II102
CS1W-II102
I/O Interface Unit
CS1D
I/O Interface Unit
Expansion Rack
ON
DUPLEX
CS1D-BI092
CS1D Expansion Backplane
IC102
IC102
CS
RDY
TER ERR
CS1D
Expansion
Rack
Maximum No. of Racks
7 Racks
CS1D-P@@@@(@)
Power Supply Units
CS
RDY
TER ERR
CS1D-P@@@@(@)
Power Supply Units
CV500-CN@@2
CV-series Connecting Cable
CS1W-II102
I/O Interface Unit
CS1D-BI092
CS1D Expansion Backplane
IC102
CV500-CN@@2
CV-series Connecting Cable
CS1W-II102
I/O Interface Unit
CS1D
Expansion Rack
CS
IC102
RDY
TER ERR
CS1W-II102
I/O Interface Unit
CS1W-II102
I/O Interface Unit CS1D
Expansion Rack
CS1D
Expansion Rack
IC102
CS
CV500-CN@@2
CV-series Connecting Cable
CS1W-II102
I/O Interface Unit
IC102
CS
RDY
TER ERR
RDY
TER ERR
CS1D-BI092
CS1D Expansion Backplane
The maximum number
of Expansion Racks: 7 (In two levels)
CV500-CN@@2
CV-series Connecting Cable
CV500-CN@@2
CV-series Connecting Cable
IC102
50 m
CS
RDY
TER ERR
50 m
CS1D-BI092
CS1D Expansion Backplane
CS1D
Expansion
Rack
Terminator
CS1D
Expansion Rack
CS
RDY
TER ERR
Terminator
Note: If even one CV500-CN@@2 Cable for Long-distance Expansion is used in the PLC system, an I/O Control Unit is required in the source
CS1 Rack.
Power Supply Unit slots:
CS1D Power Supply Units
can be mounted.
Expansion Cable connector:
Connect the Expansion Unit Interface Cables.
Expansion Rack
Expansion Unit Slot
Only an Expansion Unit can be mounted.
I/O Unit slots:
The following Units can be mounted.
CS1 Basic I/O Units
CS1 Special I/O Units
CS1 CPU Bus Units
List of Required Devices
Rack
CPU Rack
Unit name
CS1D-IC102 I/O Control Unit (for Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion Systems and Single CPU Systems)
Maximum number of Configuration Units
Number required
1 Unit
Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion System
4 Units
Single CPU System
7 Units
Rack
Unit name
Expansion Rack CS1D-BI092 Expansion Backplane (for Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion Systems or Single CPU Systems)
Number required
1 Backplane
CS1D-PA207R/CS1D-PD02@ Power Supply Unit
2 Units (Just 1 Unit can
also be used.)
CS1W-II102 I/O Interface Unit (for Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion Systems or Single CPU Systems)
1 Unit
Maximum number of Configuration Units
8 Units
Limitations on the System Configuration
Note: 1. These Racks cannot be used in a Duplex CPU Dual I/O Expansion System.
2. The following functions cannot be used: Duplex Expansion Cables, Online replacement of a Duplex Unit, Online replacement of Units
without a Programming Device, and Online addition of I/O Units and Expansion Backplanes. If any of these functions are required, a
Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System must be used.
24
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
25
Basic System
SYSTEM 3
CS1D Single CPU System
Inner Board
CS1W-SCB21-V1
CS1W-SCB41-V1
CS1W-LCB01
CS1W-LCB05
CS1D CPU Unit
(for Single CPU,
Single I/O Expansion)
[email protected]
[email protected]
Power Supply Units
Programming Devices
CS1D-PA207R
CS1D-PD024
CS1D-PD025
(Two can be mounted to
duplex the power supply.)
CX-One
(CX-Programmer, etc.)
Programming Console
Cable for Peripheral Port
CS1W-CN226/626 Cable
for IBM PC/AT or
compatible computers
RUN
ERR/ALM
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
CS1D Expansion Backplane
(Single CPU System only)
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67S
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
MCPWR
Programmable Terminal
(PT)
BUSY
OPEN
PERIPHERAL
CS1D-BC082S
NS Series
PORT
Duplex Power
Supply Units
CS1 Basic I/O Units
CS1 Special I/O Units
CS1 CPU Bus Units
Note:
CS1 Connecting Cables
HMC-EF183
Up to 8 Units can
be mounted.
CPU Rack
(Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion System)
CS1W-CN@@3
(30 cm, 70 cm, 2 m, 3 m,
5 m, 10 m, or 12 m)
RS-232C Cable for PT
XW2Z-200T/500T
RS-232C Cable
Number of Expansion Racks
CS1D-CPU42S: 2 Racks max.
CS1D-CPU44S: 3 Racks max.
CS1D-CPU65S/67S: 7 Racks max.
Length of all Expansion Cables ≤ 12 m
CS1D Expansion Rack
CS1D Expansion Backplane
(for Duplex CPU, Single I/O
Expansion or Single CPU)
for IBM PC/AT or
compatible computers
XW2Z-200S/500S-CV
RS-422A Converter
CJ1W-CIF11
CS1D-BI092
Configuration Units
CS1 Connecting Cable
Power Supply Units
CS1D Expansion Rack
Configuration Units
Power Supply Units
CS1 Connecting
Cable
CS1D Expansion Rack
Configuration Units
Power Supply Units
Expansion Racks (Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion
System or Long-distance Expansion System)
26
Memory Card
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
Configuration Units
Basic I/O Units
8 I/O points
16 I/O points
32 I/O points
64 I/O points
96 I/O points
Input Units
---
• DC Input Units
CS1W-ID211
• AC Input Units
CS1W-IA111
CS1W-IA211
• DC Input Units
CS1W-ID231
• Transistor Output Units
CS1W-OD21@
• Triac Output Units
CS1W-OA211
• Relay Output Units
CS1W-OC211
• Transistor Output Units
CS1W-OD23@
• DC Input Units
CS1W-ID261
• DC Input Units
CS1W-ID291
• Transistor Output Units
CS1W-OD26@
• Transistor Output Units
CS1W-OD29@
32 inputs and 32 outputs
• DC Input/Transistor Output
Units
CS1W-MD26@
• TTL I/O Units
CS1W-MD561
48 inputs and 48 outputs
• DC Input/Transistor Output
Units
CS1W-MD29@
Output Units
• Triac Output Units
CS1W-OA201
• Relay Output Units
(independent commons)
CS1W-OC201
I/O Units
---
---
---
Other Units
• Interrupt Input Units
CS1W-INT01
---
• High-speed Input Units
CS1W-IDP01
B7A Interface Units
• 32 inputs
CS1W-B7A12
• 32 outputs
CS1W-B7A02
• 16 inputs and 16 outputs
CS1W-B7A21
B7A Interface Units
• 32 inputs and 32 outputs
CS1W-B7A22
---
Special I/O Units, CPU Bus Units, and Inner Boards
Temperature Sensor Input Units
(Process Analog I/O Units)
• CS1W-PTS@@
• High-speed Counter Units
CS1W-CT021
CS1W-CT041
• Customizable Counter Units
Analog Input Units
CS1W-HCP22-V1
• Analog Input Units
[email protected]
CS1W-AD041-V1
CS1W-HIO01-V1
CS1W-AD081-V1
• Position Control Units
CS1W-AD161
[email protected]
• Process Analog Input Units such as [email protected]
Isolated-type DC Input Units
[email protected]
CS1W-PDC@@
• MECHATROLINK-II-compatible
CS1W-PTW01
Position Control Units
CS1W-PTR0@
CS1W-NC271
CS1W-NC471
Analog Output Units
CS1W-NCF71
• Analog Output Units
• Motion Control Units
CS1W-DA041
CS1W-MC221-V1
CS1W-DA08V
CS1W-MC421-V1
CS1W-DA08C
• Isolated-type Analog Output Units • MECHATROLINK-II-compatible
Motion Control Units
(Process Analog I/O Units)
CS1W-MCH71
CS1W-PMV01
CS1W-PMV02
Analog I/O Units
• CS1W-MAD44
Isolated-type Pulse Input Unit
(Process Analog I/O Unit)
• CS1W-PPS01
• Serial Communications Boards
CS1W-SCB21-V1
CS1W-SCB41-V1
• Serial Communications Units
CS1W-SCU21-V1
CS1W-SCU31-V1
• EtherNet/IP Units
CS1W-EIP21
• Ethernet Units
CS1W-ETN21
CS1D-ETN21D
• Controller Link Units
CS1W-CLK23
CS1W-CLK13
CS1W-CLK53
• SYSMAC LINK Units
CS1W-SLK11
CS1W-SLK21
• FL-Net Units
CS1W-FLN22
• DeviceNet Units
CS1W-DRM21-V1
• CompoNet Master Units
CS1W-CRM21
• ID Sensor U Units
CS1W-V680C11
CS1W-V680C12
CS1W-V600C11
CS1W-V600C12
• GPIB Interface Units
CS1W-GPI01
• High-speed Data Storage Units
CS1W-SPU01-V2
CS1W-SPU02-V2
Loop Control Boards
• CS1W-LCB01
• CS1W-LCB05
Note: 1. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA. MECHATROLINK II is a registered trademark of the
MECHATROLINK Members Association.
Other company names and product names etc. are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
2. Including models whose production are discontinued.
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
27
Basic System
SYSTEM 3
CS1D Single CPU System
This system configuration is ideal when you want to replace a Power Supply Unit or other Units online or improve redundancy in the
Communications section. There are no changes in particular from the earlier Single CPU System.
■ CPU Rack
System Configuration Diagram
Power Supply Unit slots:
CS1D Power Supply Units
can be mounted.
Expansion Cable connector:
A CS Expansion Cable can be connected.
ETN21D
ETN21D
100M
ERH
TCP
RUN
ERC
SD
RD
LINK
DPL
UNIT
NO.
NODE
NO.
0
0
× 160
NODE
NO.
ERR/ALM
INH BKUP
DPL
UNIT
NO.
1
× 161
RUN
100M
ERH
TCP
RUN
ERC
SD
RD
LINK
0
PRPHL COMM
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
0
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
1
× 161
× 160
MCPWR
BUSY
OPEN
CPU Rack
PERIPHERAL
100BASE-TX
10BASE-T
100BASE-TX
10BASE-T
PORT
I/O Unit slots:
The following Units can be mounted.
CS1 Basic I/O Units
CS1 Special I/O Units
CS1 CPU Bus Units
CPU Unit slots:
A CPU Unit that supports online I/O Unit
replacement can be mounted.
List of Required Devices
Rack
CPU Rack
Unit name
1 Backplane
CS1D-PA207R/CS1D-PD02@ Power Supply Unit
2 Units (Just 1 Unit can also be used.)
[email protected][email protected] CPU Unit
1 Unit
Maximum number of Configuration Units
8 Units
Limitations on the System Configuration
Note: 1. C200H-series Units cannot be used in either the CPU Rack or Expansion Racks.
2. The CPU Units do not support FB or ST programming.
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Number required
CS1D-BC082S CPU Backplane (for Single CPU Systems)
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
■ Single I/O Expansion Racks
Like the CS1-series PLCs, it is possible to connect Expansion Racks and expand the PLC system just by connecting Expansion Cables. The Single
CPU System supports the same functions as Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion System. Special I/O Control Units and I/O Interface Units are not
required.
System Configuration Diagram
Maximum Expansion Racks
CS1D CPU Rack
(Single CPU System or
Duplex CPU System)
LEFT CPU
RIGHT CPU
DPL SW
Model
ON
INIT.
SW
Maximum No. of Racks
[email protected]
7 Racks
CS1D-CPU44S
3 Racks
CS1D-CPU42S
2 Racks
ON
DUPLEX
CS1D-BI092
CS1D Expansion Backplane
CS1W-CN@@3
CS1 Connecting Cable
CS1D
Expansion Rack
CS1D-P@@@@(@)
Power Supply Units
CS1W-CN@@3
CS1 Connecting Cable
CS1D-BI092
CS1D Expansion Backplane
12 m
CS1D
Expansion Rack
CS1D-P@@@@(@)
Power Supply Units
The maximum number
of Expansion Racks: 7
CS1W-CN@@3
CS1 Connecting Cable
CS1D-BI092
CS1D Expansion Backplane
CS1D
Expansion Rack
CS1D-P@@@@(@)
Power Supply Units
Power Supply Unit slots:
CS1D Power Supply Units
can be mounted.
Expansion Cable connector:
Connect the CS-series Expansion Cables.
Expansion Rack
Unit slots:
The following Units can be mounted.
CS1 Basic I/O Units
CS1 Special I/O Units
CS1 CPU Bus Units
List of Required Devices
Rack
CPU Rack
Unit name
Maximum number of Configuration Units
Number required
Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion System
5 Units
Single CPU System
8 Units
Rack
Unit name
Number required
Expansion Rack CS1D-BI092 Expansion Backplane (for Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion Systems or Single CPU Systems)
1 Backplane
CS1D-PA207R/CS1D-PD02@ Power Supply Unit
2 Units (Just 1 Unit can
also be used.)
Maximum number of I/O Units (Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion System or Single CPU System)
9 Units
Limitations on the System Configuration
Note: 1. These Racks cannot be used in a Duplex CPU Dual I/O Expansion System.
2. The following functions cannot be used: Duplex Expansion Cables, Online replacement of a Duplex Unit, Online replacement of Units
without a Programming Device, and Online addition of I/O Units and Expansion Backplanes. If any of these functions are required, a
Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System must be used.
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
29
■ CS1D Long-distance Expansion Racks
A Long-distance Expansion System can connect a Rack at a distance of up to 50 m. The Long-distance Expansion System functions can be used
in the Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion System and Single CPU System. Special I/O Control Units and I/O Interface Units are used.
System Configuration Diagram
CS1W-IC102
I/O Control Unit
(See note.)
IC102
Maximum Expansion Racks
CS1D CPU Rack
Model
(Single CPU System or
Duplex CPU System)
CS
RDY
TER ERR
LEFT CPU
RIGHT CPU
DPL SW
ON
INIT.
SW
ON
DUPLEX
CV500-CN@@2
CV-series Connecting Cable
CV500-CN@@2
CV-series Connecting Cable
CS1W-II102
CS1D
I/O Interface Unit
Expansion Rack
CS1D-BI092
CS1D Expansion Backplane
IC102
CS1W-II102
CS1D
I/O Interface Unit Expansion
Rack
IC102
CS
RDY
TER ERR
CS1W-II102
I/O Interface Unit
IC102
CS1D
Expansion Rack
CS
IC102
CS1D-BI092
CS1D Expansion Backplane
CV500-CN@@2
CV-series Connecting Cable
CS1W-II102
I/O Interface Unit
IC102
CS1D
Expansion Rack
IC102
CS
CS1D
Expansion
Rack
50 m
The maximum number
of Expansion Racks: 7 (In two levels)
CS
CS
RDY
TER ERR
CV500-CN@@2
CV-series Connecting Cable
CS1W-II102
I/O Interface Unit
CS1D
Expansion Rack
IC102
2 Racks
CV500-CN@@2
CV-series Connecting Cable
CS1W-II102
I/O Interface Unit CS1D
Expansion Rack
RDY
TER ERR
CS1D-BI092
CS1D Expansion Backplane
3 Racks
CS1D-CPU42S
CV500-CN@@2
CV-series Connecting Cable
RDY
TER ERR
50 m
CS1D-CPU44S
CS1D-P@@@@(@)
Power Supply Units
CS1W-II102
I/O Interface Unit
RDY
TER ERR
7 Racks
CS
RDY
TER ERR
CS1D-P@@@@(@)
Power Supply Units
CV500-CN@@2
CV-series Connecting Cable
CS1D-BI092
CS1D Expansion Backplane
Maximum No. of Racks
[email protected]
Terminator
CS
RDY
TER ERR
Terminator
Note: If even one CV500-CN@@2 Cable for Long-distance Expansion is used in the PLC system, an I/O Control Unit is required in the source CS1
Rack.
Power Supply Unit slots:
CS1D Power Supply Units
can be mounted.
Expansion Cable connector:
Connect the Expansion Unit Interface Cables.
Expansion Rack
Expansion Unit Slot
Only an Expansion Unit can be mounted.
Unit slots:
The following Units can be mounted.
CS1 Basic I/O Unit
CS1 Special I/O Unit
CS1 CPU Bus Unit
List of Required Devices
Rack
CPU Rack
Unit name
CS1W-IC102 I/O Control Unit (for Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion Systems and Single CPU Systems)
Maximum number of Configuration Units
Number required
1 Unit
Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion System
4 Units
Single CPU System
7 Units
Rack
Unit name
Expansion Rack CS1D-BI092 Expansion Backplane (for Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion Systems or Single CPU Systems)
Number required
1 Backplane
CS1D-PA207R/CS1D-PD02@ Power Supply Unit
2 Units (Just 1 Unit can
also be used.)
CS1W-II102 I/O Interface Unit (for Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion Systems or Single CPU Systems)
1 Unit
Maximum number of Configuration Units
8 Units
Limitations on the System Configuration
Note: 1. These Racks cannot be used in a Duplex CPU Dual I/O Expansion System.
2. The following functions cannot be used: Duplex Expansion Cables, Online replacement of a Duplex Unit, Online replacement of Units
without a Programming Device, and Online addition of I/O Units and Expansion Backplanes. If any of these functions are required, a
Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System must be used.
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Programmable Controllers
CS1D
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
■ External Dimensions
RUN
ERR
INH
COMM
■ Mounting Height
The mounting height of CPU Racks and Expansion Racks is 118 to
123 mm, depending on I/O Units mounted. If Programming Devices
or connecting cables are attached, the additional dimensions must
be taken into account. Allow sufficient clearance in the control panel
in which the PLC is mounted.
POWER
SYSMAC C200HX
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
CPU64
H B
A
D
W
Name
CS1D CPU
Backplane
CS1D
Expansion
Backplane
Model
CS1D-BC042D
CS1D-BC052
CS1D-BC082S
CS1D-BI82D
CS1D-BI092
A
B
W
H
D
491
118
505
132
123
118 mm to 153 mm
491
118
505
132
123
■ Backplane Mounting Dimensions
6
A±0.3
4-M4
180 mm to 223 mm
Note: When using Expansion Racks, the total
length of the I/O Connecting Cables
must be less than 12 m. When bending
an I/O Connecting Cables, provide at
least the minimum bending radius
shown in the following diagrams.
CS1 Connecting Cable
R
R ≥ 69 mm required
6
132
118±0.3
CPU Backplane
Note: Cable thickness: 8.6 mm dia.
66~
A±0.3
80
6
6
132
Expansion Backplane
4-M4
W
Name
CS1D CPU Backplane
Model
CS1D-BC042D
CS1D-BC052
CS1D-BC082S
CS1D Expansion Backplane
Long-distance Expansion Rack I/O
Connecting Cable
118±0.3
A
W
491
505
R
R ≥ 80 mm required
Note: Cable thickness: 10 mm dia.
CS1D-BI082D
CS1D-BI092
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
31
General Specifications
Specifications
Item
CS1D-PA207R
Power Supply Unit
Power supply voltage
100 to 120 V AC/200 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz
CS1D-PD024
CS1D-PD025
24 V DC
Operating voltage range
85 to 132 V AC/170 to 264 V
19.2 to 28.8 V DC
Power consumption
150 VA max.
40 W max.
Inrush current
100 to 120 V AC: 30 A max.
200 to 240 VAC: 40 A max.
30 A max.
Power supply output capacity
5 V DC, 7 A (including the CPU Unit power supply)
26 V DC, 1.3 A
Total: 35 W
5 V DC, 4.3 A (including the CPU
Unit power supply)
26 V DC, 0.56 A
Total: 28 W
Power supply output terminal
Not provided.
RUN output (See note 1.)
Contact configuration: SPST-NO
Switch capacity:
240 V AC, 2 A (resistive load)
120 V AC, 0.5 A (induction load)
24 V DC, 2 A (resistive load)
24 VDC, 2 A (induction load)
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ min. (at 500 V DC) between AC external and GR 20 MΩ min. (at 500 V DC) between DC external and GR terminals
terminals (See note 2.)
(See note 2.)
Dielectric strength
Between AC external and GR terminals (See note 2.):
2,300 V AC 50/60 Hz for 1 min
Leakage current: 10 mA max.
Between DC external and GR terminals (See note 2.):
1,000 V AC 50/60 Hz for 1 min
Leakage current: 10 mA max.
Noise immunity
2 kV on power supply line (conforming to IEC61000-4-4)
Vibration resistance
10 to 57 Hz, 0.075-mm amplitude, 57 to 150 Hz, acceleration: 9.8 m/s2 in X, Y, and Z directions for 80 minutes
(Time coefficient: 8 minutes × coefficient factor 10 = total time 80 minutes)
(When mounted on a DIN Track: 2 to 55 Hz, acceleration of 2.9 m/s2 in X, Y, and Z directions for 20 minutes)
(conforming to IEC60068-2-6)
Shock resistance
147 m/s2 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions (conforming to IEC60068-2-27)
60 W max.
5 V DC, 5.3 A (including the CPU
Unit power supply)
26 V DC, 1.3 A
Total: 40 W
Not provided.
Between DC external and GR terminals (See note 2.):
1,000 V AC 50/60 Hz for 1 min
Leakage current: 10 mA max.
Ambient operating temperature 0 to 55°C
Ambient operating humidity
10% to 90% (with no condensation)
Atmosphere
No corrosive gases
Ambient storage temperature
−20 to 75°C (excluding battery)
Grounding
Less than 100 Ω
Enclosure
Mounted in a panel.
Weight
Each Rack: 6 kg max.
CPU Rack dimensions (mm)
CS1D-BC052 (5 slots, Duplex CPU System) and CS1D-BI082S (8 slots, Single CPU System):
505 × 132 × 123 mm (W × H × D) (See note 2.)
Note: 1. Supported when mounted to a Backplane.
2. Disconnect the CS1D Power Supply Unit’s LG terminal from the GR terminal when testing insulation and dielectric strength. Testing the
insulation and dielectric strength with the LG terminal and the GR terminals connected will damage internal circuits in the CPU Unit.
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Programmable Controllers
CS1D
CPU Units
RDY
EXEC
COMM
LCB05
CS1D CPU Unit
(For a Duplex CPU System)
D
Process-control CPU Unit
CS1D CPU Unit
(For a Single CPU System)
Item
CS1D CPU Unit
CS1D-H CPU Unit
(For Duplex CPU Systems)
Process-control CPU Unit
CS1D-H CPU Unit
(For Single CPU Systems)
Model number
CS1D-CPU67H CS1D-CPU65H
CPU Unit duplexing
Can be duplexed.
Number of I/O points
5,120 points
1,280 points
960 points
Number of Expansion
Racks
7 max.
3 max.
2 max.
10 Ksteps
User program capacity 250 Ksteps
CS1D-CPU67P CS1D-CPU65P CS1D-CPU67S CS1D-CPU65S CS1D-CPU44S CS1D-CPU42S
Cannot be duplexed.
60 Ksteps
250 Ksteps
60 Ksteps
250 Ksteps
60 Ksteps
30 Ksteps
448 Kwords
128 Kwords
448 Kwords
128 Kwords
448 Kwords
128 Kwords
64 Kwords
64 Kwords
DM
32 Kwords
32 Kwords
32 Kwords
32 Kwords
32 Kwords
32 Kwords
32 Kwords
32 Kwords
EM
32 Kwords ×
13 banks
32 Kwords ×
3 banks
32 Kwords ×
13 banks
32 Kwords ×
3 banks
32 Kwords ×
13 banks
32 Kwords ×
3 banks
32 Kwords ×
1 bank
32 Kwords ×
1 bank
Data memory
LD instruction execution time
0.02 μs
Interrupt functions
Cannot be used.
0.04 μs
Can be used.
Loop control functions None
Current
consumption (A)
Standards
5V
26 V
Yes (Can be duplexed.)
0.82 (See notes 0.82 (See notes 1.04
1 and 2.)
1 and 2.)
--UC1, N, L, CE
---
Yes, when a Loop Control Board is installed
1.04
---
UC1, N, CE
0.82
(See note 1.)
---
---
0.82
(See note 1.)
0.78
(See note 1.)
---
0.78
(See note 1.)
---
---
UC1, N, L, CE
Note: 1. These values include the current consumption of a connected Programming Console.
2. NT-AL001 Link Adapters consume an additional 0.15 A each when used.
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
33
Common Specifications
Item
Specifications
Control method
Stored program
I/O control method
Cyclic scan and immediate processing are both supported.
Programming
Ladder diagram
Instruction length
1 to 7 steps per instruction
Ladder instructions
Approx. 400 (3-digit function codes)
Instruction
execution
times
Basic instructions
0.02 μs min.
Special instructions
0.04 μs min.
Number of Tasks
288 (256 of these tasks are shared with interrupt tasks)
Note: 1. Cyclic tasks are executed each cycle and are controlled with TKON(820) and TKOF(821) instructions.
2. The following 4 types of interrupt tasks are supported in CS1D-CPU@@S CPU Units for Single CPU Systems.
(Interrupt tasks are not supported in the CS1D-CPU@@H CPU Units, which are for Duplex CPU Systems.)
Power OFF interrupt tasks: 1 max.
Scheduled interrupt tasks: 2 max.
I/O interrupt tasks: 32 max.
External interrupt tasks: 256 max.
Interrupt types
Note: The interrupts can be used in
CS1D-CPU@@S CPU Units only.
Scheduled Interrupts: Interrupts generated by the CPU Unit's built-in timer at regular intervals.
I/O Interrupts: Interrupts from Interrupt Input Units
Power OFF Interrupts: Interrupts executed when the CPU Unit's power is turned OFF.
External I/O Interrupts: Interrupts from the Special I/O Units, CS-series CPU Bus Units, or the Inner Board.
Function blocks
Not supported.
CIO (Core I/O) I/O Area
Area
Data Link Area
5,120: CIO 000000 to CIO 031915 (320 words from CIO 0000 to CIO 0319)
Work Areas
3,200 (200 words): CIO 10000 to CIO 119915 (words CIO 1000 to CIO 1199)
Link bits are used for data links and are allocated to Units in Controller Link Systems.
These
words can
be used as
work words
if they are
not used for
their
specified
purpose.
CPU Bus Unit Area
6,400 (400 words): CIO 150000 to CIO 189915 (words CIO 1500 to CIO 1899)
These words are allocated to CS1 CPU Bus Units.
Special I/O Unit Area
15,360 (960 words): CIO 200000 to CIO 295915 (words CIO 2000 to CIO 2959)
These words are allocated to CS1 Special I/O Units.
Inner Board Area
1,600 (100 words): CIO 190000 to CIO 199915 (words CIO 1900 to CIO 1999)
Inner Board bits can be allocated to Inner Boards.
SYSMAC BUS Area
800 (50 words): CIO 300000 to CIO 304915 (words CIO 3000 to CIO 3049)
(Can be used as work words in the program.)
I/O Terminal Area
512 (32 words): CIO 310000 to CIO 313115 (words CIO 3100 to CIO 3131)
(Can be used as work words in the program.)
Internal I/O Area
4,800 (300 words): CIO 120000 to CIO 149915 (words CIO 1200 to CIO 1499)
37,504 (2,344 words): CIO 380000 to CIO 614315 (words CIO 3800 to CIO 6143)
These bits in the CIO Area are used as work bits in programming to control program execution. They cannot be used for
external I/O.
Work Area
8,192 bits (512 words): W00000 to W51115 (W000 to W511)
These bits are used to control the programs only. (I/O from external I/O is not possible.)
Holding Area
8,192 bits (512 words): H00000 to H51115 (H000 to H511)
Holding bits are used to control the execution of the program, and maintain their ON/OFF status when the PLC is turned
OFF or the operating mode is changed.
Auxiliary Area
Read only: 7,168 bits (448 words): A00000 to A44715 (words A000 to A447)
Read/write: 8,192 bits (512 words): A44800 to A95915 (words A448 to A959)
Auxiliary bits are allocated for specific functions.
Temporary Relay (TR) Area
16 bits (TR0 to TR15)
Temporary bits are used to temporarily store the ON/OFF execution conditions at program branches.
Timer Area
4,096: T0000 to T4095 (used for timers only)
Counter Area
4,096: C0000 to C4095 (used for counters only)
Data Memory (DM) Area
32 Kwords: D00000 to D32767
Special I/O Unit DM Area: D20000 to D29599 (100 words × 96 Units)
Used to set parameters for Special I/O Units.
CPU Bus Unit DM Area: D30000 to D31599 (100 words × 16 Units)
Used to set parameters for CPU Bus Units.
Inner Board DM Area: D32000 to D32099
Used to set parameters for Inner Boards (Single CPU Systems only).
Used as a general-purpose data area for reading and writing data in word units (16 bits).
Words in the DM Area maintain their status when the PLC is turned OFF or the operating mode is changed.
Extended Data Memory (EM) Area
32 Kwords per bank, 13 banks max.: E0_00000 to EC_32767 max. (Not available on some CPU Units.)
Used as a general-purpose data area for reading and writing data in word units (16 bits). Words in the EM Area maintain
their status when the PLC is turned OFF or the operating mode is changed.
Data Registers
DR0 to DR15
Used to offset the PLC memory addresses in Index Registers when addressing words indirectly.
(Data registers can be set to be used independently by each task. One register is 16 bits (1 word).
Index Registers
IR0 to IR15
Store PLC memory addresses for indirect addressing. One register is 32 bits (2 words).
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Programmable Controllers
CS1D
Item
Specifications
Task Flags
32 (TK0000 to TK0031)
Task Flags are read-only flags that are ON when the corresponding cyclic task is executable and OFF when the
corresponding task is not executable or in standby status.
Trace Memory
4,000 words (The maximum amount of data that can be traced in a data trace is 500 samples for 31 bits and 6 words.
File Memory
Memory Cards: A 128MB OMRON Memory Card can be used (MS-DOS format).
EM file memory: The EM Area can be converted to file memory (MS-DOS format).
Functions
Parallel Processing Mode
Program execution and peripheral servicing can be performed simultaneously (CS1D-CPU@@S only).
Battery-free operation
The user program and the system’s parameters are backed up automatically in flash memory, which is standard
equipment.
Constant cycle time
1 to 32,000 ms (Unit: 1 ms)
Cycle time monitoring
Possible (Unit stops operating if the cycle is too long): 10 to 40,000 ms (Unit: 10 ms)
I/O refreshing
Cyclic refreshing, immediate refreshing (See note 1.), refreshing with I/O REFRESH instruction
I/O memory holding when
changing operating modes
Possible (Depends on the ON/OFF status of the IOM Hold Bit in the Auxiliary Area.)
Load OFF
All outputs on Output Units can be turned OFF.
Input response time setting
Time constants can be set for inputs from Basic I/O Units.
The time constant can be increased to reduce the influence of noise and chattering or it can be decreased to detect shorter
pulses on the inputs (CS1 Basic I/O Units only).
Startup mode setting
Supported.
Memory Card functions
Automatically reading programs (autoboot) from the Memory Card when the power is turned ON.
Format in which data is stored in Memory
Card
User program: Program file format
PLC Setup and other parameters: Data file format (binary format)
I/O memory: Data file format (binary format), text format, or CSV format
Functions for which Memory Card read/write User program instructions, Programming Devices (including Programming
is supported
Consoles), Host Link computers
Filing
Memory Card data and the EM (Extended Data Memory) Area can be handled as files.
Debugging
Control set/reset, differential monitoring, data tracing (scheduled, each cycle, or when instruction is executed), storing
location generating error when a program error occurs
Online editing
User programs can be overwritten in program-block units when the CPU Unit is in MONITOR or PROGRAM mode.
This function is not available for block programming areas.
Program protection
Overwrite protection: Set using DIP switch.
Copy protection: Password set using Programming Device.
Error check
User-defined errors (i.e., user can define fatal errors and non-fatal errors)
The FPD(269) instruction can be used to check the execution time and logic of each programming block.
Error log
Up to 20 errors are stored in the error log. Information includes the error code, error details, and the time the error
occurred.
Serial communications
Built-in peripheral port: Programming Device (including Programming Console) connections, Host Links, NT Links
Built-in RS-232C port: Programming Device (excluding Programming Console) connections, Host Links, no-protocol
communications, NT Links
Clock
Provided on all models.
Note: Used to store the time when power is turned ON and when errors occur.
Power OFF detection time
10 to 25 ms (not fixed)
Power OFF detection delay
time
0 to 10 ms (user-defined, default: 0 ms)
Memory retention during
power interruptions
Held Areas: Holding bits, contents of Data Memory and Extended Data Memory, and status of the counter Completion
Flags and present values.
Note: If the IOM Hold Bit in the Auxiliary Area is turned ON, and the PLC Setup is set to maintain the IOM Hold Bit status
when power to the PLC is turned ON, the contents of the CIO Area, the Work Area, part of the Auxiliary Area, timer
Completion Flags and PVs, Index Registers, and the Data Registers will be saved.
Power OFF detection delay
time
FINS commands can be sent to a computer connected via the Host Link System by executing Network Communications
Instructions from the PLC.
Remote programming and
monitoring
Host Link communications can be used for remote programming and remote monitoring through a Controller Link System
or Ethernet network.
Multiple-level
communications
(See note 2.)
Duplex CPU Systems: 3 levels
Single CPU Systems: 8 levels
Storing comments in CPU
Unit
I/O comments can be stored in the CPU Unit in Memory Cards or EM file memory.
Program check
Program checks are performed at the beginning of operation for items such as no END instruction and instruction errors.
Control output signals
RUN output: The internal contacts will be ON (closed) while the CPU Unit is operating in RUN mode or MONITOR mode.
These terminals are provided only on CS1D-PA207R Power Supply Units.
Battery service life
The battery life is 5 years at an ambient temperature of 25°C, although the lifetime can be as short as 1.1 years under
adverse temperature and power conditions. (Battery Set: CS1W-BAT01) (See note 3.)
Self-diagnostics
CPU errors (watchdog timer), I/O verification errors, I/O bus errors, memory errors, and battery errors
Other functions
Words in the Auxiliary Area store the number of power interruptions, time of the last power interruption, and total power
ON time.
Note: 1. Immediate refreshing cannot be used in the CS1D-CPU@@H/P CPU Units. (It can be used in the CS1D-CPU@@S CPU Units.)
2. Communications are possible across up to eight levels only for the Controller Link and Ethernet networks (and the CX-Integrator or CXNet in CX-Programmer version 4.0 or higher is required to set the routing tables). Communications are possible across only up to three
communications levels for the SYSMAC LINK, DeviceNet, and FL-net networks.
3. Use a replacement battery that was manufactured within the last two years.
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
35
Functions Added by Unit Version
■ Function Supported by Unit Version
CPU Unit model number
System
Function
Unit version
Functions
unique to
CS1D CPU
Units
CS1D-CPU@@H
CS1D-CPU@@S
Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion System
Duplex CPU, Dual I/O
Expansion System
Single CPU
System
Ver. 2.0
No unit
version
Ver. 1.1
Ver. 1.2
Ver. 1.3
Ver. 1.3
Duplex CPU Units
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
---
Online Unit Replacement using a Programming
Device
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
Duplex Power Supply Units
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
Duplex Controller Link Units
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
Duplex Ethernet Units
---
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
Unit Removal without a Programming Device
---
---
OK
OK
OK
---
Removal/Addition of Units without a
Programming Device (See note 2.)
---
---
---
---
OK
(See note 2.)
---
Duplex Connecting Cables
---
---
---
---
OK
---
Online Addition of Units and Backplanes
---
---
---
OK
(See notes 3
and 4.)
OK
(See note 3.)
---
---
---
---
---
OK
---
Downloading and Uploading Individual Tasks
---
---
---
---
---
OK
Online Replacement of Duplex Unit
Improved Read Protection Using Passwords
---
---
---
---
---
OK
Write Protection from FINS Commands Sent to CPU Units via
Networks
---
---
---
---
---
OK
Online Network Connections without I/O Tables
---
---
---
---
---
OK
Communications through a Maximum of 8 Network Levels
---
---
---
---
---
OK
Connecting Online to PLCs via NS-series PTs
---
---
---
---
---
OK
Setting First Slot Words
---
---
---
---
---
OK
(64 groups max.)
Automatic Transfers at Power ON without a Parameter File (.STD)
---
---
---
---
---
OK
Automatic Detection of I/O Allocation Method for Automatic
Transfer at Power ON
---
---
---
---
---
---
Operation Start/End Times
---
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
Automatic Allocation of Communications Ports
---
---
---
OK
OK
OK
Support of
new
instructions
MILH, MILR, MILC
---
---
---
---
---
OK
= DT, <>DT, <DT, < = DT, >DT, > = DT
---
---
---
---
---
OK
BCMP2
---
---
---
---
---
OK
GRY
---
---
---
---
---
OK
TPO
---
---
---
---
---
OK
DSW, TKY, HKY, MTR, 7SEG
---
---
---
---
---
OK
EXPLT, EGATR, ESATR, ECHRD, ECHWR
---
---
---
---
---
OK
IORD/IOWR reading/writing to CPU Bus Units
---
---
---
---
---
OK
PRV2
---
---
---
---
---
---
Note: 1. OK: Supported, ---: Not supported
2. The Removal/Addition of Units without a Programming Device function is supported only by CS1D CPU Units with unit version 1.3 or later
and a Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System. If the Removal/Addition of Units without a Programming Device function is selected in
a Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion System, the function operates as the earlier Unit Removal without a Programming Device function.
3. Basic I/O Units and Special I/O Units can be added for the Online Addition of Units and Backplanes function. CPU Units cannot be added.
4. Expansion Backplanes cannot be added with a Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion System.
■ Unit Versions and Programming Devices
CPU Unit
Function
CS1D CPU Units for Single
CPU Systems, Unit Ver. 2.0
Functions added for Using new functions
unit version 2.0
Not using new functions
CS1D CPU Units for Duplex
CPU Systems, Unit Ver. 1.1
Functions added for Using new functions
unit version 1.1
Not using new functions
CS1D CPU Units for Duplex
CPU Systems, Unit Ver. 1.2
Functions added for Using new functions
unit version 1.2
Not using new functions
CS1D CPU Units for Duplex
CPU Systems, Unit Ver. 1.3
Functions added for Using new functions
unit version 1.3
Not using new functions
CX-Programmer
Ver. 3.2 or
lower
Ver. 3.3
Ver. 4.0 to
Ver. 6.0
Ver. 6.1
Ver. 7.0 or
higher
---
---
OK
OK
OK
---
---
OK
OK
OK
OK
---
---
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
---
---
---
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
---
---
---
---
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
Programming
Console
No restrictions
Online addition of
Units is not supported.
Note: It is not necessary to upgrade the version of the CX-Programmer if functionality that was enhanced for the upgrade of the CPU Unit will not
be used.
36
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
Ordering Information
Basic System SYSTEM 1 .................................................................................38
CPU Rack (Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System) .................................38
Expansion Racks (Dual I/O Expansion System) ...........................................39
Basic System SYSTEM 2 ................................................................................40
CPU Rack (Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion System) ..............................40
Expansion Racks (Single I/O or Long-distance Expansion System) .............41
Basic System SYSTEM 3 ................................................................................42
CPU Rack (Single CPU System) ...................................................................42
Expansion Racks (Single I/O or Long-distance Expansion System) .............43
Connecting Cables (Compatible with All Systems) ..........................................44
Programming Devices.......................................................................................45
Accessories and Maintenance Parts ...............................................................49
Basic I/O Units .................................................................................................50
Special I/O Units, CPU Bus Units, and Inner Boards ......................................53
International Standards
• The standards are abbreviated as follows: U: UL, U1:
UL Class I Division 2 Products for Hazardous
Locations, C: CSA, UC: cULus, UC1: cULus Class I
Division 2 Products for Hazardous Locations, CU:
cUL, N: NK, L: Lloyd, and CE: ED Directives.
• Ask your OMRON representative for the conditions
under which the standards were met.
● EC Directives
The EC Directives applicable to PLCs include the
EMC Directives and the Low Voltage Directive.
OMRON complies with these directives as described
below.
● EMC Directives
Applicable Standards
EMI:
EN61000-6-4
EN61131-2
EMS:
EN61000-6-2
EN61131-2
PLCs are electrical devices that are incorporated in
machines and manufacturing installations. OMRON
PLCs conform to the related EMC standards so that
the devices and machines into which they are built
can more easily conform to EMC standards. The actual PLCs have been checked for conformity to EMC
standards. Whether these standards are satisfied for
the actual system, however, must be checked by the
customer.
EMC-related performance will vary depending on the
configuration, wiring, and other conditions of the
equipment or control panel in which the PLC is installed. The customer must, therefore, perform final
checks to confirm that the overall machine or device
conforms to EMC standards.
● Low Voltage Directive
● Applicable Standard
EN61131-2
Devices that operate at voltages from 50 to 1,000 VAC
or 75 to 150 VDC must satisfy the appropriate safety
requirements. With PLCs, this applies to Power Supply
Units and I/O Units that operate in these voltage ranges.
These Units have been designed to conform to
EN61131-2, which is the applicable standard for
PLCs.
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
37
Ordering Information
Basic System
SYSTEM 1
CPU Rack (Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System)
The CPU Rack requires a CS1D CPU Backplane (for a Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System), one or two CS1D Power Supply Units, and two
CS1D CPU Units (for a Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System or Single I/O Expansion System). When an Expansion Rack is connected, two
I/O Control Units are required.
■ CS1D CPU Units
Name
Specifications
Number of
I/O points
Program
capacity
CS1D CPU Unit for 5,120 points 250
Duplex CPU
Ksteps
(7 Racks)
Systems
Data Memory
Current consumption (A)
LD
execution
time
Duplex
CPUs
0.02 μs
448 Kwords
(DM: 32 Kwords,
EM: 32 Kwords ×
13 banks)
OK
Interrupt
functions
---
60 Ksteps 128 Kwords
(DM: 32 Kwords,
EM: 32 Kwords × 3
banks)
5 V system
Model
Standards
26 V system
0.82
--(See note 2.)
CS1D-CPU67H
0.82
--(See note 2.)
CS1D-CPU65H
UC1, N, L,
CE
Note: 1. The interrupt functions cannot be used in a Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System.
2. NT-AL001 Link Adapters consume an additional 0.15 A each when used.
■ CS1D Process-control CPU Units
Name
Specifications
CPU section
CS1D Processcontrol CPU Unit
RDY
EXEC
COMM
LCB05D
Current consumption (A)
Loop control section
Model
Standards
5 V system 26 V system
Equivalent to the CS1DCPU67H
1.04
LCB05D
Operation method: Function block method
Number of function blocks: 500 blocks max.
Minimum operation cycle: 100 ms
Equivalent to the CS1D1.04
PID control method: PID with two degrees of freedom
CPU65H
(with autotuning function)
---
CS1D-CPU67P
---
CS1D-CPU65P
UC1, N, CE
Note: 1. The CS1W-LCB01/05 Loop Control Boards cannot be used in a CS1D-CPU@@H for Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion Systems. If the
system requires duplex Loop Control Boards, use the CS1D-CPU@@P Process-control CPU Units.
2. The interrupt functions cannot be used in a Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System or Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion System.
■ CS1D Duplex Unit
Name
Specifications
Applicable systems
CS1D Duplex Unit
Current consumption (A)
Basic functions
Online
Replacement
Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Duplex CPU Unit processing, error Supported
Expansion System only monitoring, and CPU Unit switching
when error occurs
5 V system
0.41
Model
Standards
26 V system
---
CS1D-DPL02D
UC1, CE
■ CS1D Power Supply Units
Two Power Supply Units can be mounted in each Backplane (Rack) to duplex the power supplies.
When duplexing the power supplies, always use the same model of CS1D Power Supply Unit (CS1D-P@@@@).
When selecting a Power Supply Unit, verify that one Unit can satisfy the Rack’s entire current consumption.
Name
Power supply
voltage
Options
Output capacity
5 VDC
output
capacity
26 VDC
output
capacity
Total
24 V DC
service power
supply
Model
AC Power Supply Unit 100 to 120 V AC
or 200 to 240 V AC
7A
1.3 A
35 W
No
Yes
CS1D-PA207R
DC Power Supply Unit 24 V DC
4.3 A
0.56 A
28 W
No
No
CS1D-PD024
5.3 A
1.3 A
40 W
38
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
Standards
RUN output
CS1D-PD025
UC1, N, L,
CE
■ CS1D CPU Backplane
Name
Specifications
Applicable systems
CS1D CPU
Backplane
Duplex CPU, Dual I/O
Expansion System only
Current
consumption (A)
Number of Power
Supply Units
Number of I/O Units
2 Units max. (for
duplex operation)
5V
system
5 Units max. (including the I/O
Control Units)
1.20
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1D-BC042D
UC1, CE
Note: C200H-series Units cannot be mounted.
SYSTEM 1
Expansion Racks (Dual I/O Expansion System)
Each Expansion Rack requires a CS1D Expansion Backplane (for a Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion System), one or two CS1D Power Supply
Units, and one or two I/O Interface Units.
■ CS1D Expansion Backplane
Name
Specifications
Applicable systems
CS1D Expansion
Backplane
Current consumption
(A)
Number of Power
Supply Units
Number of I/O Units
Duplex CPU, Dual I/O
2 Units max. (for
Expansion System only duplex operation)
5V
system
9 Units max.
1.21
(Slot number 0 is reserved for an
I/O Interface Unit.)
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1D-BI082D
UC1, CE
Note: 1. C200H-series Units cannot be mounted.
2. CS-series CPU Bus Units can be mounted in an Expansion Rack, but the I/O refreshing time is longer than it is when the CPU Bus Unit
is mounted in the CPU Rack.
■ I/O Control Unit
When an Expansion Rack is being connected, mount the CS1D-IC102D I/O Control Unit in the left side of the CPU Backplane and connect the
Connecting Cable. Two Units can be mounted to duplex the expansion bus.
Name
Specifications
Applicable
systems
I/O Control Unit
Duplex CPU,
Dual I/O
Expansion
System only
Duplexing
Supported
Current consumption (A)
Online
Mounting
Replacement Backplane
Connecting Cable
Supported
CS1W-CN@@3
CS-series
Connecting Cable
Expansion
Backplane
5 V system
0.20
Model
Standards
26 V system
---
CS1D-IC102D
UC1, CE
Note: Connecting Cables for Long-distance Racks (CV500-CN@@2) cannot be used.
■ CS1D I/O Interface Unit
When an Expansion Rack is being connected, mount the CS1D-II102D I/O Interface Unit in the left side of the CS1-series Expansion Backplane.
Two Units can be mounted to duplex the expansion bus.
Name
Specifications
Applicable
systems
CS1D I/O Interface
Unit
Duplex CPU,
Dual I/O
Expansion
System only
Duplexing
Supported
Online
Replacement
Supported
Mounting
Backplane
CPU
Backplane
Current consumption
(A)
Connecting Cable
CS1W-CN@@3
CS-series
Connecting Cable
5V
system
0.22
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1D-II102D
UC1, CE
Note: Connecting Cables for Long-distance Racks cannot be used.
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
39
Basic System
SYSTEM 2
CPU Rack (Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion System)
The CPU Rack requires a CS1D CPU Backplane (for a Duplex CPU System), one or two CS1D Power Supply Units, and two CS1D CPU Units (for
a Duplex CPU System). If the length of the Connecting Cables exceeds 12 m, a Long-distance Expansion System must be used and a Longdistance I/O Control Unit must be mounted.
■ CS1D CPU Units
Name
Specifications
Number of
I/O points
Program
capacity
CS1D CPU Unit for
5,120 points 250
Duplex CPU Systems (7 Racks)
Ksteps
Data Memory
448 Kwords
(DM: 32 Kwords,
EM: 32 Kwords ×
13 banks)
LD
execution
time
0.02 μs
Current consumption (A)
Duplex
CPUs
OK
Interrupt
functions
---
60 Ksteps 128 Kwords
(DM: 32 Kwords,
EM: 32 Kwords × 3
banks)
Model
Standards
5 V system 26 V system
0.82
--(See note 2.)
CS1D-CPU67H UC1, N, L,
CE
0.82
--(See note 2.)
CS1D-CPU65H
Note: 1. The interrupt functions cannot be used in a Duplex CPU System.
2. NT-AL001 Link Adapters consume an additional 0.15 A each when used.
■ CS1D Process-control CPU Units
Name
Specifications
CPU section
CS1D Processcontrol CPU Unit
RDY
EXEC
COMM
Current consumption (A)
Loop control section
Model
Standards
5 V system 26 V system
Equivalent to the CS1D- LCB05D
1.04
CPU67H
Operation method: Function block method
Number of function blocks: 500 blocks max.
Minimum operation cycle: 100 ms
Equivalent to the CS1D1.04
PID control method: PID with two degrees of freedom
CPU65H
(with autotuning function)
---
CS1D-CPU67P
---
CS1D-CPU65P
UC1, N, CE
LCB05D
Note: 1. The CS1W-LCB01/05 Loop Control Boards cannot be used in a CS1D-CPU@@H for Duplex CPU, Dual I/O Expansion Systems. If the
system requires duplex Loop Control Boards, use the CS1D-CPU@@P Process-control CPU Units.
2. The interrupt functions cannot be used in a Duplex CPU System.
■ CS1D Duplex Unit
Name
Specifications
Applicable systems
CS1D Duplex Unit
Basic functions
Current consumption (A)
Online
Replacement
Duplex CPU, Single I/O Duplex CPU Unit processing, error Not supported
Expansion System only monitoring, and CPU Unit switching
when error occurs
5 V system
Model
Standards
26 V system
Total: 0.55
---
CS1D-DPL01
UC1, N, L,
CE
■ CS1D Power Supply Units
Two Power Supply Units can be mounted in each Backplane (Rack) to duplex the power supplies.
When duplexing the power supplies, always use the same model of CS1D Power Supply Unit (CS1D-P@@@@).
When selecting a Power Supply Unit, verify that one Unit can satisfy the Rack’s entire current consumption.
Name
Power supply
voltage
Options
Output capacity
5 VDC output 26 VDC output
capacity
capacity
Total
24 V DC
service power
supply
Model
AC Power Supply Unit 100 to 120 V AC
or 200 to 240 V AC
7A
1.3 A
35 W
No
Yes
CS1D-PA207R
DC Power Supply Unit 24 V DC
4.3 A
0.56 A
28 W
No
No
CS1D-PD024
5.3 A
1.3 A
40 W
40
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
Standards
RUN output
CS1D-PD025
UC1, N, L,
CE
■ CS1D CPU Backplane
Name
Specifications
Applicable systems
CS1D CPU Backplane
Duplex CPU, Single I/O
Expansion System only
Current
consumption (A)
Number of Power
Supply Units
2 Units max. (for duplex
operation)
Number of I/O Units
5 Units max.
5V
system
Total:
0.55
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1D-BC052
UC1, N, L,
CE
Note: C200H-series Units cannot be mounted.
SYSTEM 2
Expansion Racks (Single I/O or Long-distance Expansion System)
Each Expansion Rack requires a CS1D Expansion Backplane (for a Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion System), one or two CS1D Power Supply
Units, and one or two I/O Interface Units. If the length of the Connecting Cables exceeds 12 m, a Long-distance Expansion System must be used
and an I/O Interface Unit must be mounted.
■ CS1D Expansion Backplane
Always use the following Backplane for regular I/O expansion or long-distance expansion.
Name
Specifications
Applicable systems
Number of Power
Supply Units
Current
consumption (A)
Number of I/O Units
CS1D Expansion Backplane Duplex CPU, Single I/O 2 Units max. (for duplex 9 Units max.
Expansion System only operation)
5V
system
0.28
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1D-BI092
UC1, N, L,
CE
Note: 1. C200H-series Units cannot be mounted.
2. CS-series CPU Bus Units can be mounted in an Expansion Rack, but the I/O refreshing time is longer than it is when the CPU Bus Unit
is mounted in the CPU Rack.
■ I/O Control Unit
An I/O Control Unit is required only if the length of the Connecting Cables exceeds 12 m. In this case, mount an I/O Control Unit in the CPU
Backplane and I/O Interface Units in the CS1 Expansion Backplanes and connect the Racks with Long-distance (CV500-CN@@2) Connecting
Cables.
Name
Specifications
Applicable
systems
I/O Control Unit
Duplexing
Duplex CPU, Single Not
I/O Expansion
supported
System or Single
CPU System
Current consumption
(A)
Online
Mounting Connecting Cable
Replacement Backplane
Not supported CPU
Backplane
Long-distance
Connecting Cable
5V
system
0.92
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1W-IC102
U, C, N, L,
CE
■ I/O Interface Unit
An I/O Interface Unit is required only if the length of the Connecting Cables exceeds 12 m. In this case, mount I/O Interface Units in the CS1
Expansion Backplanes and connect the Racks with Long-distance (CV500-CN@@2) Connecting Cables.
Name
Specifications
Applicable
systems
I/O Interface Unit
Duplexing
Duplex CPU, Single Not
I/O Expansion
supported
System or Single
CPU System
Current consumption
(A)
Online
Mounting Connecting Cable
Replacement Backplane
Not supported Expansion
Backplane
Long-distance
Connecting Cable
5V
system
0.23
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1W-II102
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
U, C, N, L,
CE
41
Basic System
SYSTEM 3
CPU Rack (Single CPU System)
The CPU Rack requires a CS1D CPU Backplane (for a Single CPU System), one or two CS1D Power Supply Units, and a CS1D CPU Unit (for a
Single CPU System). If the length of the Connecting Cables exceeds 12 m, a Long-distance Expansion System must be used and a Long-distance
I/O Control Unit must be mounted.
■ CS1D CPU Units
Name
Specifications
Number of
I/O points
Program
capacity
Data Memory
CS1D CPU Unit for
5,120 points 250
Single CPU Systems (7 Racks)
Ksteps
Current consumption (A)
LD
execution
time
448 Kwords
(DM: 32 Kwords,
EM: 32 Kwords ×
13 banks)
0.02 μs
Duplex
CPUs
---
Interrupt
functions
OK
5,120 points 60 Ksteps 128 Kwords
(DM: 32 Kwords,
(7 Racks)
EM: 32 Kwords ×
3 banks)
1,280 points 30 Ksteps 64 Kwords
(DM: 32 Kwords,
(3 Racks)
EM: 32 Kwords ×
1 bank)
960 points
(2 Racks)
0.04 μs
10 Ksteps 64 Kwords
(DM: 32 Kwords,
EM: 32 Kwords ×
1 bank)
Model
Standards
5 V system 26 V system
0.82
(See note.)
---
CS1D-CPU67S UC1, N, L,
CE
0.82
(See note.)
---
CS1D-CPU65S
0.78
(See note.)
---
CS1D-CPU44S
0.78
(See note.)
---
CS1D-CPU42S
Note: NT-AL001 Link Adapters consume an additional 0.15 A each when used.
■ CS1D Power Supply Units
Two Power Supply Units can be mounted in each Backplane (Rack) to duplex the power supplies.
When duplexing the power supplies, always use the same model of CS1D Power Supply Unit (CS1D-P@@@@).
When selecting a Power Supply Unit, verify that one Unit can satisfy the Rack’s entire current consumption.
Name
Power supply
voltage
Options
Output capacity
5 VDC
output
capacity
26 VDC
output
capacity
Total
24 V DC
service power
supply
Model
Standards
RUN output
AC Power Supply Unit 100 to 120 V AC
or 200 to 240 V AC
7A
1.3 A
35 W
No
Yes
CS1D-PA207R
DC Power Supply Unit 24 V DC
4.3 A
0.56 A
28 W
No
No
CS1D-PD024
5.3 A
1.3 A
40 W
UC1, N, L,
CE
CS1D-PD025
■ CS1D CPU Backplane
Name
Specifications
Applicable systems
CS1D CPU Backplane
Single CPU System only
Number of Power
Supply Units
2 Units max. (for duplex
operation)
Note: C200H-series Units cannot be mounted.
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Programmable Controllers
CS1D
Current
consumption (A)
Number of I/O Units
8 slots max.
5V
system
0.17
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1D-BC082S
UC1, N, L,
CE
SYSTEM 3
Expansion Racks (Single I/O or Long-distance Expansion System)
Each Expansion Rack requires a CS1D Expansion Backplane (for a Duplex CPU, Single I/O Expansion System), and one or two CS1D Power
Supply Units. If the length of the Connecting Cables exceeds 12 m, a Long-distance Expansion System must be used and an I/O Interface Unit
must be mounted.
■ CS1D Expansion Backplane
Always use the following Backplane for regular I/O expansion or long-distance expansion.
Name
Specifications
Applicable systems
Number of Power
Supply Units
Current
consumption (A)
Number of I/O Units
CS1D Expansion Backplane Duplex CPU, Single I/O 2 Units max. (for duplex 9 Units max.
Expansion System or operation)
Single CPU System
5V
system
0.28
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1D-BI092
UC1, N, L,
CE
Note: 1. C200H-series Units cannot be mounted.
2. CS-series CPU Bus Units can be mounted in an Expansion Rack, but the I/O refreshing time is longer than it is when the CPU Bus Unit
is mounted in the CPU Rack.
■ I/O Control Unit (Used for Long-distance Expansion)
An I/O Control Unit is required only if the length of the Connecting Cables exceeds 12 m. In this case, mount an I/O Control Unit in the CPU
Backplane and I/O Interface Units in the CS1 Expansion Backplanes and connect the Racks with Long-distance (CV500-CN@@2) Connecting
Cables.
Name
Specifications
Applicable
systems
I/O Control Unit
Duplexing
Duplex CPU, Single Not
I/O Expansion
supported
System or Single
CPU System
Current consumption
(A)
Online
Mounting Connecting Cable
Replacement Backplane
Not supported CPU
Backplane
Long-distance
Connecting Cable
5V
system
0.92
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1W-IC102
U, C, N, L,
CE
■ I/O Interface Unit
An I/O Interface Unit is required only if the length of the Connecting Cables exceeds 12 m. In this case, mount I/O Interface Units in the CS1
Expansion Backplanes and connect the Racks with Long-distance (CV500-CN@@2) Connecting Cables.
Name
Specifications
Applicable
systems
I/O Interface Unit
Duplexing
Duplex CPU, Single Not
I/O Expansion
supported
System or Single
CPU System
Current consumption
(A)
Online
Mounting Connecting Cable
Replacement Backplane
Not supported Expansion
Backplane
Long-distance
Connecting Cable
5V
system
0.23
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1W-II102
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
U, C, N, L,
CE
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Connecting Cables (Compatible with All Systems)
Connecting Cables are always required when using Expansion Backplanes in a CS1D system.
Long-distance Connecting Cables are required only when connecting Expansion Racks at a long distance in a Duplex CPU, SIngle I/O Expansion
System or Single CPU System.
Name
CS1-series Connecting Cables
Model
Specifications
Applicable systems
All systems other than
long-distance systems
Function
Use to connect the expansion bus between
the CPU Backplane and CS1 Expansion
Backplanes
0.3 m
CS1W-CN313
0.7 m
CS1W-CN713
2m
CS1W-CN223
3m
CS1W-CN323
5m
CS1W-CN523
10 m
CS1W-CN133
12 m
Long-distance Connecting Cables Duplex CPU, Single I/O In a Long-distance Expansion System, use to 0.3 m
Expansion Systems or connect from the I/O Control Unit to an I/O
Single CPU Systems
Interface Unit or between I/O Interface Units. 0.6 m
(only with long-distance
1m
expansion)
2m
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Programmable Controllers
CS1D
Standards
Cable length
CS1W-CN133-B2
CV500-CN312
CV500-CN612
CV500-CN122
CV500-CN222
3m
CV500-CN322
5m
CV500-CN522
10 m
CV500-CN132
20 m
CV500-CN232
30 m
CV500-CN332
40 m
CV500-CN432
50 m
CV500-CN532
N, L, CE
Programming Devices
■ Support Software
Product name
Model
Specifications
No. of
licenses
FA Integrated Tool
Package CX-One Ver.
4.@
The CX-One is a comprehensive software package that integrates
Support Software for OMRON PLC’s and components.
CX-One runs on the following OS.
Windows XP (Service Pack 3 or higher, 32-bit version) /
Windows Vista (32-bit/64-bit version) / Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit version) /
Windows 8 (32-bit/64-bit version) / Windows 8.1 (32-bit/64-bit version) /
Windows 10 (32-bit/64-bit version)
--(Media only) *
CXONE-AL00D-V4
1 license
CXONE-AL01D-V4
CX-One version 4.@ includes CX-Programmer and CX-Simulator.
For details, refer to the CX-One Introduction Guide (Cat. No. R134).
30 licenses
CXONE-AL30D-V4
50 licenses
CXONE-AL50D-V4
3 licenses
10 licenses
Standards
Media
DVD
CXONE-AL03D-V4
CXONE-AL10D-V4
---
Note: Site licenses are available for users who will run CX-One on multiple computers. Ask your OMRON sales representative for details.
* The CXONE-AL00D-V4 contains only the DVD installation media for users who have purchased the CX-One Version 4.@ and does not include
the license number. Enter the license number of the CX-One Version 4.@ when installing.
(The license number of the CX-One Version 3.@ or lower cannot be used for installation.)
Support Software in CX-One Ver.4.@
The following tables lists the Support Software that can be installed from CX-One.
Support Software in CX-One
Outline
CX-Programmer
Application software to create and debug programs for SYSMAC CS/CJ/CP/NSJ-series, C-series, and
CVM1/C-series CPU Units. Data can be created and monitored for high-speed-type Position Control
Units and Position Control Units with EtherCAT interface.
CX-Integrator
Application software to build and set up FA networks, such as Controller Link, DeviceNet, CompoNet,
CompoWay, and Ethernet networks. The Routing Table Component and Data Link Component can be
started from here. DeviceNet Configuration functionality is also included.
Switch Box Utility
Utility software that helps you to debug PLCs. It helps you to monitor the I/O status and to monitor/change
present values within the PLC you specify.
CX-Protocol
Application software to create protocols (communications sequences) between SYSMAC CS/CJ/CP/
NSJ-series or C200HX/HG/HE Serial Communications Boards/Units and general-purpose external
devices.
CX-Simulator
Application software to simulate SYSMAC CS/CJ/CP/NSJ-series CPU Unit operation on the computer to
debug PLC programs without a CPU Unit.
CX-Position
Application software to create and monitor data for SYSMAC CS/CJ-series Position Control Units.
(except for High-speed type)
CX-Motion-NCF
Application software to create and monitor data for SYSMAC CS/CJ-series Position Control Units with
MECHATROLINK-II interface ([email protected]).
CX-Motion-MCH
Application software to create data and monitor program and monitor data SYSMAC CS/CJ-series
Motion Control Units with MECHATROLINK-II interface (MCH71).
CX-Motion
Application software to create data for SYSMAC CS/CJ-series, C200HX/HG/HE, and CVM1/CV-series
Motion Control Units, and to create and monitor motion control programs.
CX-Drive
Application software to set and control data for Inverters and Servos.
CX-Process Tool
Application software to create and debug function block programs for SYSMAC CS/CJ-series Loop
Controllers (Loop Control Units/Boards, Process Control CPU Units, and Loop Control CPU Units).
Faceplate Auto-Builder for NS
Application software that automatically outputs screen data as project files for NS-series PTs from tag
information in function block programs created with the CX-Process Tool.
CX-Designer
Application software to create screen data for NS-series PTs.
NV-Designer
Application software to create screen data for NV-series small PTs.
CX-Configurator FDT
Application software for setting various units by installing its DTM module.
CX-Thermo
Application software to set and control parameters in components such as Temperature Control Units.
CX-FLnet
Application software for system setting and monitoring of SYSMAC CS/CJ-series FL-net Units
Network Configurator
Application software for set up and monitor tag datalink for CJ2 (Built-in EtherNet/IP) CPU Units and
EtherNet/IP Units.
CX-Server
Middleware necessary for CX-One applications to communicate with OMRON components, such as
PLCs, Display Devices, and Temperature Control Units.
Communications Middleware
Middleware necessary to communicate with CP1L CPU Units with built-in Ethernet port.
PLC Tools (Installed automatically.)
A group of components used with CX-One applications, such as the CX-Programmer and CX-Integrator.
Includes the following: I/O tables, PLC memory, PLC Setup, Data Tracing/Time Chart Monitoring, PLC
Error Logs, File Memory, PLC clock, Routing Tables, and Data Link Tables.
Note: If the complete CX-One package is installed, approximately 4.0 GB of Hard disk space will be required.
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
45
■ Connecting Cables for CX-One Components (e.g. CX-Programmer)
Name
Connecting
Cables between
Programming
Device
(computer) and
peripheral port
Model
Specifications
Applicable
computers
Connection configuration
Cable
length
IBM PC/AT or IBM PC/AT or compatible computer ↔ CS1W-CN226/626 ↔
compatible
Peripheral port of CPU Unit (See note.)
computer
Peripheral port
(D-Sub 9RS-232C
pin)
CS1W-CN226/626
Peripheral Port
Connecting Cable
Computer
(9-pin RS-232C)
Standards
Remarks
2m
Can be used CS1W-CN226
for both
peripheral
bus and host
link.
6m
CS1W-CN626
CE
Note: If the system is a Duplex CPU System, connect to the
active CPU Unit.
The following configuration can be used when using an RS-232C 0.1 m
cable to connect to an IBM PC/AT or compatible computer.
IBM PC/AT or compatible computer ↔ XW2Z-200S-CV/V or
XW2Z-500S-CV/V ↔ Peripheral port of CPU Unit (See note.)
Peripheral port
XW2Z-200S-CV/V or
XW2Z-500S-CV/V
RS-232C Cable
CS1W-CN118
Use when
CS1W-CN118
connecting to
the
peripheral
port with a
CXW2Z200S-CV/V
or XW2Z500S-CV/V
RS-232C
Cable.
Note: If the system is a Duplex CPU System, connect to the
active CPU Unit.
Connecting Cables between
Programming Device
(computer) and RS-232C
port
2m
IBM PC/AT or IBM PC/AT or compatible computer ↔ XW2Z-200S-CV/V or
compatible
XW2Z-500S-CV/V ↔ RS-232C port of CPU Unit (see note 1) or
computer (D- Serial Communications Board/Unit
Sub 9-pin)
Serial Communications Board's
RS-232C ports
5m
RS-232C Cable
XW2Z-200S-CV/V (2 m)
XW2Z-500S-CV/V (5 m)
Computer
(9-pin RS-232C)
Active CPU Unit
Standby CPU Unit
RUN
ERR/ALM
DPL01
L
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
R
USE
NO USE
ERR/ALM
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
RIGHT CPU
MCPWR
USE
BUSY
NO USE
OPEN
MCPWR
BUSY
OPEN
DPL SW
ON
+5 V
ON OFF
SPL DPL
ACT. ACT.
LEFT RIGHT
PERIPHERAL
INIT.
SW
PRPHL
COMM
A39512
RSV
PORT
ON
PORT
DUPLEX
NT-AL001
CX-Programmer
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Programmable Controllers
CS1D
RS-422A/485
XW2Z-500SCV
Can be used XW2Z-200S-V
for host link
only. Cannot
be used for
peripheral
bus.
RUN
DPL STATUS
ACTIVE
CPU STATUS
ACTIVE
CPU STATUS
LEFT CPU
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
PERIPHERAL
RS-232C
XW2Z-200SCV
CPU Unit's built-in
RS-232C port
Note: 1. If the system is a Duplex CPU System, connect to the
active CPU Unit.
2m
2. We recommend the following configuration if the CXProgrammer is always connected and you want to
avoid switching to the other CPU Unit when an error
occurs.
Terminator ON
+5 V must be supplied to the
NT-AL001 at computer side.
Can be used
for both
peripheral
bus and host
link, and is
equipped
with an antistatic
connector.
CJ1W-CIF11 or
RS-422A/485 NT-AL001
RS-422A Adapter
5m
XW2Z-500S-V
---
Name
USB-Serial Conversion
Cable (PC driver CDROM included)
Conforms to USB 2.0
Specifications.
Model
Specifications
Applicable
computers
Connection configuration
Cable
length
IBM PC/AT IBM PC/AT or compatible computer ↔ CS1W-CIF31
or
↔ CS1W-CN226/626 ↔ Peripheral port of CPU Unit
compatible (See note.)
computer
CS1W-CIF31
(USB port)
USB-Serial Conversion Cable
The USBSerial
Conversion
Cable
connects to
the serial
connecting
cable, which
Serial Connecting Cable
Computer
Peripheral port or
Such as CS1W-CN226/626,
connects to
(USB port)
RS-232C port
XW2Z-200S-CV/500S-CV,
the PLC’s
XW2Z-200S-V/500S-V, or
peripheral
CQM1-CIF02
port or RSNote: If the system is a Duplex CPU System, connect 232C port.
to the active CPU Unit.
0.5 m
Standards
Remarks
Can be used for
both peripheral
bus and host link.
IBM PC/AT or compatible computer ↔ CS1W-CIF31
↔ XW2Z-200S-CV/500S-CV ↔ CS1W-CN118 ↔
Peripheral port of CPU Unit
Can be used for
both peripheral
bus and host link.
IBM PC/AT or compatible computer ↔ CS1W-CIF31
↔ XW2Z-200S-V/500S-V ↔ CS1W-CN118 ↔
Peripheral port of CPU Unit
Can be used for
host link only.
Cannot be used for
peripheral bus.
IBM PC/AT or compatible computer ↔ CS1W-CIF31
↔ XW2Z-200S-CV/500S-CV ↔ CS1W-CN118 ↔ RS232C port of CPU Unit or Serial Communications
Board/Unit
Can be used for
both peripheral
bus and host link.
IBM PC/AT or compatible computer ↔ CS1W-CIF31
↔ XW2Z-200S-V/500S-V ↔ RS-232C port of CPU
Unit or Serial Communications Board/Unit
Can be used for
host link only.
Cannot be used for
peripheral bus.
CS1WCIF31
N
Note: Either of the serial communications modes listed in the following table can be used to connect CX-One Support Software
(e.g., the CX-Programmer) to a CS1-series PLC.
Serial communications
mode
Features
Peripheral bus
This mode can provide high-speed communications, so this mode is normally used to connect when using CX-One component software
such as the CX-Programmer.
• Supports 1:1 connections only.
• The Programming Device’s baud rate can be detected automatically and matched.
Host Link (SYSWAY)
This is a general host computer communications protocol, which supports 1:1 and 1:N connections.
• Host link operates at a slower speed than peripheral bus.
• Host link supports 1:N connections as well as long-distance connections when RS-422A/RS-485 is used for a connection through a
modem or optical adapter.
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
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■ Programming Consoles
Name
Programming Console
Specifications
Cable model
(Separate item)
Can be connected to CS1W-CN224: 2 m
the CPU Unit’s
CS1W-CN624: 6 m
peripheral port only
(see note). Cannot be
connected to the RS232C port.
A CS1W-KS001-E
Programming Console
Key Sheet is required
(sold separately).
Note: If the system is
a Duplex CPU
System,
connect to the
active CPU
Unit.
Model
Connection configuration
C200H-PRO27-E
U, C, N, CE
CS1W-KS001-E
CE
CS1W-CN224 (2 m)
CS1W-CN624 (6 m)
Peripheral port
CS1W-KS001-E
Programming Console C200H-PRO27
Programming Console
Key Sheet
Programming Console Key For the following Programming Consoles: C200H-PRO27
Sheet
Programming
Console
Connecting
Cable
Standards
For CQM1-PRO01 connection, Cable length: 0.05 m
CS1W-CN114
For C200H-PRO27 connection, Cable length: 2 m
CS1W-CN224
For C200H-PRO27 connection, Cable length: 6 m
CS1W-CN624
■ Connecting Cables for NS-series PTs
Name
Model
Specifications
Connection configuration
Connecting Cables for
NS-series PTs
Connecting Cables between an NS-series PT and the RS-232C port of CPU Unit
(see note 1) or Serial Communications Board/Unit
NS-series PT
2m
XW2Z-200T
5m
XW2Z-500T
Serial Communications Board's
RS-232C ports
RS-232C
RS-232C Cable
XW2Z-200T (2 m)
XW2Z-500T (5 m)
CPU Unit's built-in
RS-232C port
Note: 1. If the system is a Duplex CPU System, connect to the active CPU Unit.
2. We recommend the following configuration if the PT is always connected to a
Duplex CPU System for monitoring.
Active CPU Unit
Standby CPU Unit
RUN
ERR/ALM
DPL01
L
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
R
RUN
DPL STATUS
ACTIVE
CPU STATUS
ACTIVE
CPU STATUS
LEFT CPU
USE
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
NO USE
ERR/ALM
INH BKUP
PRPHL COMM
SYSMAC
CS1D-CPU67H
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
RIGHT CPU
MCPWR
USE
BUSY
NO USE
OPEN
NS-series PT
MCPWR
BUSY
OPEN
DPL SW
ON
PERIPHERAL
ON OFF
SPL DPL
ACT. ACT.
LEFT RIGHT
PERIPHERAL
INIT.
SW
PRPHL
COMM
A39512
RSV
PORT
ON
PORT
DUPLEX
RS-422A/485
NS-AL002 RS-232C/RS-422A
Converter for NS-series PTs
Note: The Converter is not required when
connecting to a PT's RS-422A/485 port.
CJ1W-CIF11 or
RS-422A/485 NT-AL001
RS-422A Adapter
Connecting Cables between an NS-series PT and the peripheral port of CPU Unit
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Programmable Controllers
CS1D
Standards
Cable
length
2m
XW2Z-200T-2
5m
XW2Z-500T-2
---
Accessories and Maintenance Parts
Name
Memory Cards
Model
Specifications
HMC-EF183
---
Memory Card Adapter (Adapts to a computer’s PCMCIA card slot.)
HMC-AP001
CE
Name
Model
Specifications
Battery Set
Battery for CS-series maintenance
CS1W-BAT01
Note: 1. A battery is included with the CPU Unit as standard equipment.
2. The battery life is 5 years at an ambient temperature of 25×C, although the lifetime
can be as short as 1.1 years under adverse temperature and power conditions.
3. Use a replacement battery that was manufactured within the last two years.
I/O Terminal Cover
Cover for 10-pin Terminal Blocks
Connector Cover
Space Units
Programming Console
Mounting Bracket
Standards
Flash Memory, 128 MB
Standards
---
C200H-COV11
Protective cover for unused Power Supply Unit connector in CS1D Backplane
C500-COV01
Protective cover for unused CS-series Unit connector in Backplane
CV500-COV01
For unused I/O slot spaces In the CS1D-BC@@(S) or CS1D-BI@@@ Backplanes
CS1W-SP001
For unused power supply slot spaces (same shape as PA207R)
CS1D-SP001
For unused power supply slot spaces (same shape as PD024)
CS1D-SP002
Use to mount a C200H-PRO27 Programming Console in a control panel.
C200H-ATT01
Terminator
Connect a Terminator to the last CS1D Long-distance Expansion Rack in each series (for use CV500-TER01
with the CS1W-IC102). Two Terminators are included with the CS1W-IC102 I/O Control Unit.
RS-422A Converter
The RS-422A Converter converts RS-232C to RS-422A/RS-485 format.
CJ1W-CIF11
UC1, N, L, CE
RS-232C/RS-422A Link
Adapter
One RS-232C port
One RS-422 terminal block
NT-AL001
---
Programmable Controllers
U, C
CS1D
49
Basic I/O Units
Basic I/O Units can be used in all of the CS1D systems: Duplex CPU Dual I/O Expansion System, Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion System, and
Single CPU System. In addition, there are no restrictions on the mounting location based on the type of expansion system being used, except for
some special Units such as Interrupt Input Units.
■ Input Units
Unit type
Name
Specifications
Number of I/O
points
CS1 Basic DC Input Unit
I/O Unit
AC Input Unit
Words
required
Input voltage and current
Current
consumption (A)
5V
system
Model
Standards
26 V
system
16 inputs
24 V DC, 7 mA
1 word
0.10
---
CS1W-ID211
32 inputs
24 V DC, 6 mA
2 words
0.15
---
CS1W-ID231
UC1, N, L,
CE
64 inputs
24 V DC, 6 mA
4 words
0.15
---
CS1W-ID261
96 inputs
24 V DC, approx. 5 mA
6 words
0.20
---
CS1W-ID291
U, C, N, L, CE
16 inputs
100 to 120 V AC
100 to 120 V DC
1 word
0.11
---
CS1W-IA111
UC1, N, L,
CE
16 inputs
200 to 240 V AC
1 word
0.11
---
CS1W-IA211
UC, N, L, CE
Model
Standards
■ Output Units
Unit type
Name
Specifications
Number of I/O
points
CS1 Basic Relay Output
I/O Unit
Units
Transistor
Output Units
5V
system
26 V
system
250 V AC or 24 V DC, 2 A max.
DC120V 0.1A
Independent contacts
1 word
0.10
0.048
max.
CS1W-OC201
16 outputs
250 V AC or 24 V DC, 2 A max.
120 V DC, 0.1 A max.
1 word
0.13
0.096
max.
CS1W-OC211
16 outputs
12 to 24 V DC, 0.5 A
Sinking
1 word
0.17
---
CS1W-OD211
24 V DC, 0.5 A
Sourcing
1 word
0.17
---
CS1W-OD212
12 to 24 V DC, 0.5 A
Sinking
2 words
0.27
---
CS1W-OD231
UC1, N, L, CE
24 V DC, 0.5 A
Sourcing
2 words
0.27
---
CS1W-OD232
U, C, N, L, CE
12 to 24 V DC, 0.3 A
Sinking
4 words
0.39
---
CS1W-OD261
UC1, N, L, CE
24 V DC, 0.3 A
Sourcing
4 words
0.39
---
CS1W-OD262
12 to 24 V DC, 0.1 A
Sinking
6 words
0.48
---
CS1W-OD291
12 to 24 V DC, 0.1 A
Sourcing
6 words
0.48
---
CS1W-OD292
64 outputs
96 outputs
50
Switching capacity
Current
consumption (A)
8 outputs
32 outputs
Triac Output
Units
Words
required
8 outputs
250 V AC, 1.2 A max.
1 word
0.23
max.
---
CS1W-OA201
16 outputs
250 V AC, 0.5 A max.
1 word
0.406
max.
---
CS1W-OA211
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
UC1, N, L, CE
U, C, N, L, CE
U, C, N, L, CE
UC, N, L, CE
■ Mixed I/O Units
Unit type
Name
Specifications
Number of
I/O points
CS1 Basic DC Input/
I/O Unit
Transistor
Output Unit
TTL I/O Unit
Words
required
Input voltage and current, or Switching
capacity
32 inputs,
32 outputs
Inputs: 24 V DC, 6 mA
Outputs: 0.3 A output at 12 to 24 V DC, Sinking
32 inputs,
32 outputs
Inputs: 24 V DC, 6 mA
Outputs: 0.3 A output at 24 V DC, Sourcing
48 inputs,
48 outputs
Inputs: 24 V DC, approx. 5 mA
Outputs: 0.1 A output at 12 to 24 V DC, Sinking
48 inputs,
48 outputs
Inputs: 24 V DC, approx. 5 mA
Outputs: 0.1 A output at 24 V DC, Sourcing
32 inputs,
32 outputs
5 VDC
Current
consumption (A)
5V
system
2 input words
and 2 output
words
3 input words
and 3 output
words
2 input words
and 2 output
words
Model
Standards
26 V
system
0.27
---
CS1W-MD261 UC1, N, L, CE
0.27
---
CS1W-MD262 U, C, N, L, CE
0.35
---
CS1W-MD291
0.35
---
CS1W-MD292
0.27
---
CS1W-MD561 UC, N, L, CE
Applicable Connectors
Connector for CS1 Basic I/O Units (32 inputs, 64 inputs, 32 outputs, 64 outputs, 32 inputs/32
outputs)
Name
Applicable
Connectors
Connection
Applicable Units
Model
Standards
Soldered
FCN-361J040-AU Connector
FCN-360C040-J2 Connector cover
C500-CE404
(Included with Unit)
Crimped
FCN-363J040 Housing
FCN-363J-AU Contact
FCN-360C040-J2 Connector cover
C500-CE405
Pressure welded
FCN-367J040-AU/F
C500-CE403
---
Connector for CS1 Basic I/O Units (96 inputs, 96 outputs, 48 inputs/48 outputs)
Name
Applicable
Connectors
Connection
Applicable Units
Model
Standards
Soldered
FCN-361J056-AU Connector
FCN-360C056-J3 Connector cover
CS1W-CE561
(Included with Unit)
Crimped
FCN-363J056 Housing
FCN-363J-AU Contact
FCN-360C056-J3 Connector cover
CS1W-CE562
Pressure welded
FCN-367J056-AU
CS1W-CE563
---
■ Interrupt Input Unit
Unit type
Name
Specifications
Number Voltage Current
of I/O
points
CS1 Basic Interrupt Input
I/O Unit
Unit
16
inputs
24 VDC 7 mA
Pulse width of input
signal
ON time
0.1 ms
min.
External
connections
Words
required
OFF time
0.5 ms
min.
Current
consumption (A)
5V
system
Removable
terminal
block
1 word
0.10
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1W-INT01
UC1, N, L,
CE
Note: 1. An Interrupt Input Unit cannot be used in the CPU Rack of a Duplex CPU System. (The Interrupt Input Unit will function as a standard
Input Unit.) An Interrupt Input Unit can be used in the CPU Rack of a Single CPU System to generate interrupt inputs.
2. An Interrupt Input Unit cannot be used in a CS1D Expansion Rack to generate interrupt inputs. (The Interrupt Input Unit will function as
a standard Input Unit.)
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
51
■ High-speed Input Unit
Unit type
Name
Specifications
Number Input
of I/O voltage
points
CS1 Basic High-speed
I/O Unit
Input Unit
16
inputs
Input
current
24 VDC 7 mA
Readable input
signal pulse width
(ON time)
0.1 ms min.
Words
required
External
connections
Removable
terminal
block
Current
consumption (A)
5V
system
1 word
0.10
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1W-IDP01
UC1, N, L, CE
■ B7A Interface Units
Unit type
Name
Specifications
I/O points
CS Series
Basic I/O
Units
52
B7A Interface
Units
32 inputs
External
connection
Removable
terminal
block
No. of
words
allocated
Current
consumption (A)
5V
system
Model
26 V
system
2 words
0.09
---
CS1W-B7A12
2 words
0.09
---
CS1W-B7A02
16 inputs/outputs
2 words
0.09
---
CS1W-B7A21
32 inputs/outputs
4 words
0.09
---
CS1W-B7A22
32 outputs
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
Standards
UC1, CE
Special I/O Units, CPU Bus Units, and Inner Boards
Special I/O Units can be used in all of the CS1D systems: Duplex CPU Dual I/O Expansion System, Duplex CPU Single I/O Expansion System,
and Single CPU System. In addition, there are no restrictions on the mounting location based on the type of expansion system being used.
■ Temperature Sensor Input Units (Process Analog I/O Units)
Unit
type
Name
Specifications
Number
of
inputs
Signal
selection
Signal ranges
Words
required
Conversion
External
speed
connections
Current
consumption (A)
Model
Standards
5V
system
26 V
system
0.12
0.08
CS1W-PTS11
UC1, N, CE
UC1, CE
CS1
Isolated-type
4
Special Thermocouple
I/O Unit Input Units
4 independent
B, E, J, K, N, R, S, T, 20 ms/
U, WRe5-26, PL II, 4 inputs,
±100 mV
10 ms/
2 inputs
4
4 independent
R, S, K, J, T, L, B
250 ms/
4 inputs
0.25
---
CS1W-PTS51
8
8 independent
R, S, K, J, T, L, B
250 ms/
8 inputs
0.18
0.06
CS1W-PTS55
4
4 independent
B, E, J, K, N, R, S, T, 150 ms/
±80 mV
4 inputs
0.15
0.15
CS1W-PTS01-V1
4
4 independent
Pt100 Ω (JIS, IEC), 20 ms/
JPt100 Ω, Pt50 Ω, 4 inputs,
Ni100 Ω
10 ms/
2 inputs
0.12
0.07
CS1W-PTS12
UC1, N, CE
4
4 independent
Pt100 Ω (JIS, IEC), 250 ms/
JPt100 Ω
4 inputs
0.25
---
CS1W-PTS52
UC1, CE
8
8 independent
Pt100 Ω (JIS, IEC), 250 ms/
JPt100 Ω
8 inputs
0.18
0.06
CS1W-PTS56
4
4 independent
Pt100 Ω (JIS, IEC), 100 ms/
JPt100 Ω
4 inputs
0.15
0.15
CS1W-PTS02
4
4 independent
Ni508.4 Ω
0.15
0.15
CS1W-PTS03
Isolated-type
Resistance
Thermometer
Input Units
Isolated-type
Resistance
Thermometer
Input Unit
(Ni508.4 Ω)
Removable
terminal
block
100 ms/
4 inputs
1 unit
number’s
words
■ Analog Input Units
Analog Input Units
Unit
type
Name
Specifications
I/O
Signal
points selection
CS1
Analog Input
Special Units
I/O Unit
ConnectorTerminal
Block
Conversion
Unit
Signal
ranges
Words
Current
required consumption (A)
Resolution Conversion External
speed
connections
5V
system
Model
Standards
26 V
system
4
4 indepen- 1 to 5 V,
inputs dent
0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V,
−10 to 10 V,
4 to 20 mA
1/8,000
(Can also
be set to
1/4,000.)
250 μs/input
(Can also
be set to 1
ms/input.)
1 unit
0.12
number’s
words
0.09
CS1W-AD041-V1 UC1, N, CE
8
8 indepen- 1 to 5 V,
inputs dent
0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V,
16
16 inde−10 to 10 V,
inputs pendent
4 to 20 mA
1/8,000
(Can also
be set to
1/4,000.)
250 μs/input
0.12
(Can also
be set to 1
MIL con- 2 unit
0.15
ms/input.)
nector
numbers’
words
0.09
CS1W-AD081-V1
0.06
CS1W-AD161
UC1, CE
XW2D-34G6
---
For CS1W-AD161
Removable terminal
block
XW2Z-200C
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
53
Process Analog Input Units such as Isolated-type DC Input Units
Unit
type
Name
Specifications
Number of
inputs
CS1
Isolated-type DC 4
Special Input Units
I/O Unit
Signal ranges
Words
required
Conversion
speed
External
connections
Current
consumption (A)
Model
5V
system
26 V
system
0.12
0.12
CS1WPDC11
UC1, N, CE
UC1, CE
4 to 20 mA, 0 to 20 mA,
0 to 10 V, ±10 V, 0 to 5 V, ±5 V,
1 to 5 V, 0 to 1.25 V, ±1.25 V
20 ms/4 inputs, Removable
10 ms/2 inputs terminal
block
8
4 to 20 mA, 0 to 10 V,
0 to 5 V, 1 to 5 V,
250 ms/
8 inputs
0.18
0.06
CS1WPDC55
4
4 to 20 mA, 0 to 20 mA, 1 to 5 V, 100 ms/
0 to 5 V, ±5 V, 0 to 10 V, ±10 V 4 inputs
0.15
0.16
CS1WPDC01
Isolated-type
2-Wire
Transmitter
Input Unit
4
4 to 20 mA, 1 to 5 V
100 ms/
4 inputs
0.15
0.16
CS1WPTW01
Power
Transducer
Input Unit
8
0 to 1 mA, ±1 mA
200 ms/
8 inputs
0.15
0.08
CS1WPTR01
0 to 100 mV, ±100 mV
200 ms/
8 inputs
0.15
0.08
CS1WPTR02
DC Analog Input 8
Unit (100 mV)
1 unit
number’s
words
Standards
■ Analog Output Units
Analog Output Units
Unit
type
Name
Specifications
Number
of
outputs
CS1
Analog
Special Output
I/O Unit Units
Signal
selection
Words
Current
required consumption (A)
Signal ranges Resolution Conversion
External
speed
connections
4
4 independent
1 to 5 V,
0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V,
−10 to 10 V,
4 to 20 mA
1/4,000
1 ms/output Removable
terminal
block
8
8 independent
1 to 5 V,
0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V,
−10 to 10 V
1/4,000
8
8 independent
4 to 20 mA
1/4,000
5V
system
Model
Standards
26 V
system
1 unit
0.13
number’s
words
0.18
CS1WDA041
1 ms/output
0.13
0.18
CS1WDA08V
1 ms/output
0.13
0.25
CS1WDA08C
UC1, N, L,
CE
Isolated-type Control Output Units (Process Analog I/O Units)
Unit
type
Name
Specifications
Number
of
outputs
Signal
selection
Signal ranges
Words
required
Conversion
speed
CS1
Isolated-type 4
Special Control
I/O Unit Output Unit
4 independent
4 to 20 mA,
1 to 5 V
4
4 independent
0 to 10 V, ±10 V, 0 40 ms/4 outputs
to 5 V, ±5 V,
0 to 1V, ±1 V
External
connections
100 ms/4 outputs Removable
terminal
block
1 unit
number’s
words
Current
consumption (A)
Model
5V
system
26 V
system
0.15
0.16
CS1WPMV01
0.12
0.12
CS1WPMV02
Standards
UC1, CE
■ Analog I/O Unit
Unit
type
Name
Specifications
I/O
points
CS1
Analog I/O
Special Unit
I/O Unit
4 inputs
4 outputs
54
Signal
selection
4 independent
Signal ranges
Resolution
Words
Current
required consumption (A)
Conversion
External
speed
connections
1 to 5 V,
0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V,
−10 to 10 V,
4 to 20 mA
1/4,000
1 ms/input
1 to 5 V,
0 to 5 V,
0 to 10 V,
−10 to 10 V
1/4,000
1 ms/output
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
Removable
terminal
block
5V
system
1 unit
0.20
number’s
words
Model
Standards
CS1WMAD44
UC1, N, L,
CE
26 V
system
0.20
■ Isolated-type Pulse Input Unit (Process Analog I/O Unit)
Unit
type
Name
Specifications
Number
of
inputs
CS1
Isolated-type 4
Special Pulse Input
I/O Unit Unit
Input type
selection
Pulse input
types
4
Voltage input,
independent no-voltage
semiconductor
input, and
contact input
Highest
input rate
0 to 20,000
pulses/s or
0 to 20
pulses/s
Words
Current
required consumption (A)
Accumulation
External
conversion connections
period
100 ms/
4 inputs
Removable
terminal
block
5V
system
1 unit
0.20
number’s
words
Model
Standards
26 V
system
0.16
CS1WPPS01
UC1, CE
■ Loop Control Boards and Loop Control Units
Unit type
Name
Specifications
Words
required
---
CS1 Inner Loop Control Boards LCB01
Board
Operation method: Function block method
(See note 1.)
Number of function blocks: 50 blocks max.
(total control blocks and
operation blocks)
Minimum operation cycle: 10 ms
PID control method: PID with two degrees of freedom
(with autotuning function)
RDY
EXEC
COMM
Current
consumption (A)
Model
5V
system
26 V
system
0.22
(See
note 2.)
---
CS1W-LCB01
0.22
(See
note 2.)
---
CS1W-LCB05
Standards
UC1, N, CE
PORT
LCB01
LCB05
Operation method: Function block method
Number of function blocks: 500 blocks max.
(total control blocks and
operation blocks)
Minimum operation cycle: 10 ms
PID control method: PID with two degrees of freedom
(with autotuning function)
Support
Software
CX-One FA
Integrated Tool
Package Ver. 4.@
1 license
Media: DVD
(See notes 3.)
The CX-One is a comprehensive software package that
integrates Support Software for OMRON PLCs and
components.
CXONE-AL01DV4
---
CX-One runs on the following OS.
Windows XP (Service Pack 3 or higher, 32-bit version) /
Windows Vista (32-bit/64-bit version) /
Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit version) /
Windows 8 (32-bit/64-bit version) /
Windows 8.1 (32-bit/64-bit version) /
Windows 10 (32-bit/64-bit version)
Note: Except for Windows XP 64-bit version
CX-One Ver. 4.@ includes CX-Process Tool Ver. 5.@ and NSseries Face Plate Auto Builder Ver. 3.@
For details, refer to the CX-One catalog (Cat. No. R134).
Note: 1. A CS1 Inner Board can be mounted only to the Inner Board mounting slot in the CPU Unit of a Single-CPU System. Only one CS1 Inner
Board can be mounted.
2. NT-AL001 Link Adapters consume an additional 0.15 A each when used.
3. The CXONE-AL00D-V4 contains only the DVD installation media for users who have purchased the CX-One Version 4.@ and does not
include the license number. Enter the license number of the CX-One Version 4.@ when installing.
(The license number of the CX-One Version 3.@ or lower cannot be used for installation.)
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
55
■ High-speed Counter Units
Unit type
Name
CS1
High-speed
Special I/O Counter Units
Unit
Number of Encoder A and B inputs, and Z pulse
count
input signal
channels
2
Open collector
50 kHz
Input voltage: 5 V DC, 12 V DC, or 24 V
DC (only 1 axis for 5 V or 12 V input)
RS-422 line driver
4
Current
Maximum Words
required consumption (A)
count
speed
5V
26 V
system system
Model
4 unit
0.36
numbers
’ words
---
CS1W-CT021
0.45
---
CS1W-CT041
Standards
UC, N, L,
CE
500 kHz
Open collector
50 kHz
Input voltage: 5 V DC, 12 V DC, or 24 V
DC (up to 2 axes for 5 V or 12 V input)
RS-422 line driver
500 kHz
■ Customizable Counter Units
Unit type
Name
Specifications
Words
Current
required consumption (A)
5V
system
CS1
Customizable
Special I/O Counter Units
Unit
56
Two-axis pulse input
Two-axis pulse output
12 DC inputs
8 transistor outputs
Single-axis pulse input
1 analog input
2 analog outputs
12 DC inputs
8 transistor outputs
Two-axis pulse input
2 analog outputs
12 DC inputs
8 transistor outputs
---
12 DC inputs
8 transistor outputs
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
1 unit
0.80
number’
s words
0.75
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1W-HCP22-V1 U, C, CE
0.15
CS1W-HCA12-V1
0.75
0.15
CS1W-HCA22-V1
0.60
---
CS1W-HIO01-V1
■ Position Control Units
Unit type
Name
Specifications
Number
of axes
CS1
Position Control
Special I/O Unit
Unit
1
Control output interface
Pulse-train, open-collector outputs
2
4
1
Pulse-train, line-driver outputs
2
4
Relay Unit for
Servo
Servo Relay Unit
Connecting Cable
(Position Control
Unit end)
Words
Current
required consumption (A)
5V
system
1 unit
0.25
number’
s words 0.25
---
CS1W-NC113
CS1W-NC213
2 unit
0.36
numbers
’ words
---
CS1W-NC413
1 unit
0.25
number’
s words 0.25
---
CS1W-NC133
---
CS1W-NC233
2 unit
0.36
numbers
’ words
---
CS1W-NC433
XW2B-20J6-1B
Number of axes supported: 1
For use with the [email protected][email protected]
Number of axes supported: 2
For use with the CS1WNC@@3
Number of axes supported: 2, with communications support
For use with the
CS1W-NC213/
NC413
Linedriver
outputs
For use with the
CS1W-NC133
For use with the
CS1W-NC233/
NC433
Standards
26 V
system
---
For use with the [email protected]
OpenFor use with the
collector CS1W-NC113
output
Model
U, C, N, L,
CE
---
XW2B-40J6-2B
Connectable Servo Drive: Number Cable length: 0.5 m
G5 Series, G Series, W
of axes
Series *, or SMARTSTEP 2 support Cable length: 1 m
ed: 1
Cable length: 0.5 m
Connectable Servo Drive:
SMARTSTEP Junior or A
Cable length: 1 m
Series
Connectable Servo Drive: Number Cable length: 0.5 m
G5 Series, G Series, W
of axes
Series *, or SMARTSTEP 2 support Cable length: 1 m
ed: 2
Cable length: 0.5 m
Connectable Servo Drive:
SMARTSTEP Junior or A
Cable
length: 1 m
Series
Connectable Servo Drive: Number Cable length: 0.5 m
of axes
G5 Series, G Series, W
Series *, or SMARTSTEP 2 supporte Cable length: 1 m
d: 1
Connectable Servo Drive:
Cable length: 0.5 m
SMARTSTEP Junior or A
Cable length: 1 m
Series
Connectable Servo Drive: Number Cable length: 0.5 m
of axes
G5 Series, G Series, W
Series *, or SMARTSTEP 2 supporte Cable length: 1 m
d: 2
Connectable Servo Drive:
Cable length: 0.5 m
SMARTSTEP Junior or A
Cable length: 1 m
Series
XW2B-40J6-4A
XW2Z-050J-A6
XW2Z-100J-A6
XW2Z-050J-A8
XW2Z-100J-A8
XW2Z-050J-A7
XW2Z-100J-A7
XW2Z-050J-A9
XW2Z-100J-A9
XW2Z-050J-A10
XW2Z-100J-A10
XW2Z-050J-A12
XW2Z-100J-A12
XW2Z-050J-A11
XW2Z-100J-A11
XW2Z-050J-A13
XW2Z-100J-A13
* W-series in the discontinuation model in March 2013.
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
57
■ MECHATROLINK-II-compatible Position Control Unit
Unit type
Name
Specifications
Words
Current
required consumption (A)
5V
system
CS1
CPU Bus
Unit
Position Control Unit 2 axes
4 axes
6 axes
MECHATROLINK-II
Cables
Control commands are sent using
MECHATROLINK-II communications.
Direct operation from ladder program.
Control modes: Position control, speed control,
and torque control
MECHATROLINK-II Cables
(without ring core and USB connector on both ends)
1 unit
0.36
number’s
words
---
CS1W-NC271
UC1, CE
CS1W-NC471
CS1W-NCF71
Cable length: 0.5 m
FNY-W6002-A5
Cable length: 1 m
FNY-W6002-01
---
FNY-W6002-03
Cable length: 5 m
FNY-W6002-05
Cable length: 0.5 m
FNY-W6003-A5
Cable length: 1 m
FNY-W6003-01
Cable length: 3 m
FNY-W6003-03
Cable length: 5 m
FNY-W6003-05
Cable length: 10 m
FNY-W6003-10
Cable length: 20 m
FNY-W6003-20
Cable length: 30 m
MECHATROLINK-II
Terminating Resistors
Standards
26 V
system
Note: Can be connected to R88D-GN and R88DCable length: 3 m
KN only.
MECHATROLINK-II Cables
(with ring core and USB connector on both ends)
(Yaskawa Electric Corporation)
Use the model numbers provided in this catalog when
ordering from OMRON.
Model
FNY-W6003-30
Terminating Resistor for MECHATROLINK-II (Yaskawa Electric Corporation)
Use the model numbers provided in this catalog when ordering from OMRON.
FNY-W6022
MECHATROLINK- II For more than 15 slaves/30 m
Repeater
(Yaskawa Electric Corporation)
JEPMC-REP2000-E
■ Motion Control Units
Unit
type
Name
Specifications
Words
required
Current consumption
(A)
5 V system
CS1
Motion Control Units
Special
I/O Unit
Teaching Box
G-language programming, analog outputs 5 unit
0.70
--numbers’ (1.00 A when
words
a Teaching
Box is
connected)
CS1W-MC421-V1
2 axes
G-language programming, analog outputs 3 unit
0.60
--numbers’ (0.80 A when
words
a Teaching
Box is
connected)
CS1W-MC221-V1
---
Standards
26 V
system
4 axes
U, C, CE
CVM1-PRO01-V1
CE
Teaching Box Connecting Cable length: 2 m
Cable
CV500-CN224
L, CE
ROM Cassette (Memory
Pack)
---
CVM1-MP702-V1
CE
MC Terminal Block
Conversion Unit for 2
Axes
Simplifies I/O connector wiring.
XW2B-20J6-6
---
MC Terminal Block
Conversion Unit for 4
Axes
MC Terminal Block
Conversion Unit Cable
58
Model
XW2B-40J6-7
---
Programmable Controllers
XW2Z-100J-F1
CS1D
■ MECHATROLINK-II-compatible Motion Control Unit
Unit type
Name
CS1 CPU Motion Control Unit
Bus Unit
MECHATROLINK-II
Cables
Specifications
Words
required
MECHATROLINK-II
Physical axes: 30 axes
Virtual axes: 2 axes
Special motion control language
1 unit
number’s
words
MECHATROLINK-II Cables
(without ring core and USB connector on both ends)
Current
consumption (A)
5V
system
26 V
system
0.80
---
Standards
CS1W-MC271
CS1W-MC471
UC1, CE
Cable length: 0.5 m
FNY-W6002-A5
---
Cable length: 1 m
FNY-W6002-01
Note: Can be connected to R88D-GN and R88DCable length: 3 m
KN only.
MECHATROLINK-II Cables
(with ring core and USB connector on both ends)
(Yaskawa Electric Corporation)
Use the model numbers provided in this catalog when
ordering from OMRON.
Model
FNY-W6002-03
Cable length: 5 m
FNY-W6002-05
Cable length: 0.5 m
FNY-W6003-A5
Cable length: 1 m
FNY-W6003-01
Cable length: 3 m
FNY-W6003-03
Cable length: 5 m
FNY-W6003-05
Cable length: 10 m
FNY-W6003-10
Cable length: 20 m
FNY-W6003-20
Cable length: 30 m
FNY-W6003-30
MECHATROLINK-II
Terminator
Terminating resistance for MECHATROLINK-II (Made by Yaskawa Corporation)
The model number at the right is used to order from OMRON.
FNY-W6022
MECHATROLINK-II
Repeater
Required for more than 15 slave or 30 m.
FNY-REP2000
24-VDC I/O Module for 64 inputs/outputs
MECHATROLINK-II
(Yaskawa Electric Corporation)
JEPMC-IO2310-E
MECHATROLINK-II
Counter Module
JEPMC-PL2900-E
Two reversible counters
(Yaskawa Electric Corporation)
MECHATROLINK-II
Pulse-string positioning on two channels
Pulse Output Module (Yaskawa Electric Corporation)
JEPMC-PL2910-E
■ Serial Communications Boards/Units
Unit type
CS1
Inner
Board
(See
note 1.)
Name
Serial
Communications
Board
Specifications
Words
required
Two RS-232C ports
The following communications
--protocols can be selected for
each port: protocol macro, host
link, NT Link (1:N mode), serial
gateway (see note 2), noOne RS-232C port
protocol (see note 3), or
and one RS-422A/485 Modbus-RTU Slave (see note 4).
port
CS1 CPU Serial
Two RS-232C ports
Bus Unit Communications Unit
Two RS-422A/485
ports
1 unit
number’s
words
Current
consumption (A)
Model
5V
system
26 V
system
0.28
(See
note 5.)
---
CS1W-SCB21-V1
0.36
(See
note 5.)
---
CS1W-SCB41-V1
0.29
(See
note 5.)
---
CS1W-SCU21-V1
0.40
---
CS1W-SCU31-V1
Standards
U, C, N, L,
CE
UC1, N, L,
CE
Note: 1. A CS1 Inner Board can be mounted only to the Inner Board mounting slot in the CPU Unit of a Single-CPU System. Only one CS1 Inner
Board can be mounted.
2. The serial gateway function is supported by Serial Communications Boards and Units with unit version 1.2 or later only.
3. The Serial Communications Unit’s no-protocol function is supported by Serial Communications Units with unit version 1.2 or later only.
In addition the CPU Unit must be unit version 3.0 or later.
4. The Modbus-RTU Slave function is supported by Serial Communications Boards and Units with unit version 1.3 or later only.
5. NT-AL001 Link Adapters consume an additional 0.15 A each when used.
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
59
■ EtherNet/IP Unit
Unit
type
Specifications
Product
name
Communications cable
CS1 CPU EtherNet/
Bus Unit IP Unit
STP (shielded twisted-pair) cable of
category 5, 5e, or higher.
Communications functions
Tag data link message service
No. of
Current
unit
consumption (A)
numbers
5V
26 V
allocated
system system
1 unit
0.41
number’s
words
---
Model
CS1W-EIP21
Standards
UC1, N, L,
CE
■ Ethernet Units
Unit type
Name
Specifications
Words
Current
required consumption (A)
Communications Communications functions Duplexing
cable
CS1 CPU Ethernet
Bus Unit Units
100BASE-TX
Cable
FINS communications service Supported
(TCP/IP and UDP/IP), FTP
server function, socket
service, mail send service,
mail reception (remote
command reception), autoadjustment of PLC’s internal Not
clock, and server host name supported
specification
Units per
CPU Unit
5V
system
Model
Standards
26 V
system
Not duplexed: 1 unit
0.38
4 Units
number’s
words
Duplexed:
4 pairs, 8
Units
---
CS1DETN21D
UC1, N, L,
CE
4 Units
---
CS1W-ETN21
U, C, N, L,
CE
Model
Standards
0.38
Industrial Switching Hubs
Product
name
Industrial
Switching
Hubs
60
Appearance
Specifications
Accessories
Functions
No. of
pors
Quality of Service (QoS):
EtherNet/IP control data priority
Failure detection:
Broadcast storm and LSI error
detection 10/100BASE-TX,
Auto-Negotiation
Programmable Controllers
Failure
detection
3
No
5
No
5
Yes
CS1D
• Power supply
connector
• Power supply
connector
• Connector for
informing error
Current
Consumption(A)
0.22
W4S1-03B
0.22
W4S1-05B
0.22
W4S1-05C
UC, CE
CE
■ Controller Link Units
Controller Link Units
Unit type
Name
Specifications
Words
Current
required consumption (A)
Communications Communications Duplexing
cable
type
CS1 CPU Controller Link
Bus Unit Unit
Wired shielded
twisted-pair cable
(See note 1.)
Optical ring H-PCF
cable
(See note 2.)
Data links and
message service
Units per
CPU Unit
No
8
Yes. Unit
duplexing
and cable
loop back
are supported.
Non-duplex:
8, Duplex: 11
(6 Units
comprising 3
sets of Duplex
Units + 5 Nonduplex Units)
Model
Standards
5V
26 V
system system
1 unit
0.33
number's
words
---
CS1W-CLK23
0.52
---
CS1W-CLK13
0.65
---
CS1W-CLK53
Optical ring GI
cable
(See note 3.)
UC1, N, L,
CE
Note: 1. Use the following special cable for shielded, twisted-pair cable.
• ESVC0.5 × 2C-13262 (Bando Electric Wire: Japanese Company)
• ESNC0.5 2C-99-087B (JMACS Japan Co., Ltd.: Japanese Company)
• ESPC 1P × 0.5m2 (Nagaoka Electric Wire Co., Ltd.: Japanese Company)
• Li2Y-FCY2 × 0.56qmm (Kromberg & Schubert, Komtec Department: German Company)
• 1 × 2 × AWG-20PE+Tr.CUSN+PVC (Draka Cables Industrial: Spanish Company)
• #9207 (Belden: US Company)
2. When using a wire-to-optical (H-PCF) cable, use a H-PCF cable (for both Controller Link and SYSMAC LINK) or a H-PCF optical fiber
cable with connector.
3. When using a wire-to-optical (GI) cable, use a GI optical cable that matches the specifications.
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
61
Controller Link Support Boards
Name
Specifications
Communications cable
Controller Link
Support Boards
for PCI Bus
Wired shielded twisted-pair
cable
(See note 1.)
Accessories
Model
Standards
Communications type
Data links and message
service
H-PCF optical model
GI optical model
• CD-ROM × 1
(See note 2.)
• Installation Guide
(W467) × 1
• Communications Connector × 1
3G8F7-CLK23-E
• CD-ROM × 1
(See note 2.)
• Installation Guide
(W467) × 1
• Optical Fiber Cable
Bracket × 1
• Power Supply Connector × 1
3G8F7-CLK13-E
CE
3G8F7-CLK53-E
Note: 1. Use the following special cable for shielded, twisted-pair cable.
• ESVC0.5 × 2C-13262 (Bando Electric Wire: Japanese Company)
• ESNC0.5 2C-99-087B (JMACS Japan Co., Ltd.: Japanese Company)
• ESPC 1P × 0.5m2 (Nagaoka Electric Wire Co., Ltd.: Japanese Company)
• Li2Y-FCY2 × 0.56qmm (Kromberg & Schubert, Komtec Department: German Company)
• 1 × 2 × AWG-20PE+Tr.CUSN+PVC (Draka Cables Industrial: Spanish Company)
• #9207 (Belden: US Company)
2. The CD-ROM contains FinsGateway Version 2003 (PCI-CLK Edition) and FinsGateway Version 3 (PCI-CLK Edition).
Install the software from CD Ver 3.10 or higher if the operating system is Windows 7 (32bit) or Windows Vista.
Install FinsGateway version 3 if the operating system is Windows NT 4.0 (Service pack 3 or higher), Windows ME, or Windows 98SE.
Repeater Units
Name
Specifications
Controller Link
Repeater Unit
Model
Wire-to-Wire Model
CS1W-RPT01
Wire-to-Optical (H-PCF) Model (See note 1.)
CS1W-RPT02
Wire-to-Optical (GI) Model (See note 2.)
CS1W-RPT03
Standards
UC1, CE
Using Repeater Units enables T-branches and long-distance wiring for Wired Controller Link networks, 62-node configurations, and converting
part of the network to optical cable.
Note: 1. When using wire-to-optical (H-PCF) cable, use a H-PCF cable (for both Controller Link and SYSMAC LINK) or a H-PCF optical fiber cable
with connector.
2. When using wire-to-optical (GI) cable, use a GI optical cable (for Controller Link).
Relay Terminal Block
Name
Specifications
Relay Terminal
Blocks for Wired
Controller Link
Units
Model
Used for Wired Controller Link Units (set of 5)
CJ1W-TB101
Standards
---
Controller Link Units can be replaced without stopping the communications of the entire network if a Relay Terminal Block is installed in advance
on the Unit in a Wired Controller Link network. Relay Terminal Blocks cannot be used on Controller Link Support Boards.
Duplex Optical Fiber Cable (H-PCF Cable)
Name
Duplex Optical
Fiber Cable
Application
Specifications
CS1W-CLK13 orCS1W-CLK12-V1 * in a
CS1D system
H-PCF cable for connecting Duplex
Controller Link Units Cable length: 50 cm
Model
CS1D-CN051
This cable is used to connect Units in active mode (ACT) and standby mode (STB) in a CS1D Duplex System.
* Discontinuation models in July 2012.
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Programmable Controllers
CS1D
Standards
---
H-PCF Cables (For Controller Link and SYSMAC LINK)
Name
Optical Fiber Cable
Application and construction
Controller Link
SYSMAC LINK
SYSBUS
1
2
3
4
Specifications
Two-core
optical cable
with tension
member
5
6
1. Optical fiber single-core cord
2. Tension member
(plastic-sheathed wire)
3. Filler (plastic)
4. Filler surrounding signal wires
(plastic, yarn, or fiber)
5. Holding tape (plastic)
6. Heat-resistant PV sheath
Optical
Connectors
(Crimp-cut)
Black
Model
10 m S3200-HCCB101
Black
50 m S3200-HCCB501
Black
100 m S3200-HCCB102
Black
500 m S3200-HCCB502
Black
1,000 m S3200-HCCB103
Orange
Standards
---
10 m S3200-HCCO101
Orange
50 m S3200-HCCO501
Orange
100 m S3200-HCCO102
Orange
500 m S3200-HCCO502
Orange
1,000 m S3200-HCCO103
Controller Link: CS1W-CLK13, CS1W-CLK12-V1 *
3G8F7-CLK13-E, 3G8F7-CLK12-EV1 *
CS1W-RPT02
SYSMAC LINK: CS1W-SLK11, 3G8F7-SLK11-E
C200HW-SLK13/14
Half-lock
S3200-COCF2571
Controller Link: CS1W-CLK13, CS1W-CLK12-V1 *
3G8F7-CLK13-E, 3G8F7-CLK12-EV1 *
CS1W-RPT02
SYSMAC LINK: 3G8F7-SLK11-E
Full-lock
S3200-COCF2071
(See note.)
Note: Full-lock Optical Connectors (Crimp-cut) (S3200-COCF2071) cannot be used with the CS1W-SLK11. Use a Half-lock Cable (S3200COCF2571) or a H-PCF Optical Fiber Cable with Connectors (S3200-CN@@@-@@-@@).
* Discontinuation models in July 2012.
H-PCF Optical Fiber Cables with Connectors
(Black Composite Cables with Two-Optical Lines and Two Power Supply Lines)
Applicable Units
Appearance
Model
Standards
S3200-CN@@@-20-20 ---
Controller Link
SYSMAC LINK
S3200-CN@@@-20-25
S3200-CN@@@-25-25
Optical connectors for H-PCF Optical Cables with Connectors are adhesive polished.
Cable Length
The following cable lengths are available: 2 m, 5 m, 15 m, and 20 m. For lengths of 21 m or more, contact your OMRON sales representative.
Model Numbers
Programmable Controllers
CS1D
63
Optical Connector Assembly Tool
Name
Applicable Units
Optical Fiber Assembly
Tool (See note.)
Model
This tool is used on site for mounting crimp-cut connectors and hard
plastic-clad silica optical fiber for optical transmission systems of
C-series SYSBUS, SYSMAC LINK, and Controller Link.
Maker
CAK-0057
Sumitomo Electric
Industries, Ltd.
Standards
---
Note: There is a risk of quality problems when using cables assembled by typical users, so we recommend purchasing cables with pre-attached
connectors or having a qualified technician assemble the cables.
GI Optical Cables
A qualified technician must select, assemble, and install GI Optical Fiber Cable, so always let an optical cable specialist handle the GI cable.
Usable Optical Fiber Cables and Optical Connectors
•
•
•
•
Optical fiber types: Graded, indexed, multi-mode, all quartz glass, fiber (GI-type AGF cable)
Optical fiber construction (core diameter/clad diameter): 62.5/125 μm or 50/125 μm
Optical fiber optical characteristics of optical fiber: Refer to the tables.
Optical connectors: ST connectors (IEC-874-10)
50/125 μm AGF Cables
Items
Numerical
Aperture
(N.A)
Minimum
---
Typical
0.21
62.5/125 μm AGF Cables
Maximum
Notes
---
---
3.0 Lf
0.5 km ≤ Lf
Items
---
Transmission --loss (dB)
---
3.5 Lf
0.5 km ≤ Lf
---
---
1.0
λ = 0.8 μm, one location
---
---
λ = 0.85 μm (LD)
---
---
1.0
λ = 0.8 μm, one location
Connection
loss (dB)
---
---
λ = 0.85 μm (LD)
Transmission 200
band width
(MHz·km)
3.5 Lf + 0.2 0.2 km ≤ Lf ≤ 0.5
km
3.0 Lf + 0.4 Lf ≤ 0.2 km
Transmission 500
band width
(MHz·km)
Lf is Fiber length in km, Ta is ambient temperature, and λ is the peak
wavelength of the test light source.
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Programmable Controllers
CS1D
Notes
---
---
Connection
loss (dB)
Maximum
---
Transmission --loss (dB)
3.0 Lf + 0.2 0.2 km ≤ Lf ≤ 0.5
km
Typical
0.28
Numerical
Aperture
(N.A)
λ = 0.8 μm,
Ta = 25°C
Minimum
λ = 0.8 μm,
Ta = 25°C
3.5 Lf + 0.4 Lf ≤ 0.2 km
Lf is Fiber length in km, Ta is ambient temperature, and λ is the peak
wavelength of the test light source.
■ SYSMAC LINK Units
Unit type
Name
Specifications
Words
Current
required consumption (A)
Communications Communications Duplexing
cable
functions
CS1 CPU SYSMAC LINK
Bus Unit Unit
Coaxial
(5C-2V cable)
Data link and
message
communications
functions
Not
supported
Units per
CPU Unit
4
5V
system
F Adapter
Terminator
26 V
system
---
CS1W-SLK21
U, C, CE
0.47
---
CS1W-SLK11
U, C, N, CE
Coaxial
(5C-2V cable)
The 3G8F7-SLK@@ SYSMAC LINK Support Board
3G8F7-SLK21-E
includes the FinsGateway communications middleware
version 3.
Optical
(H-PCF cable)
(See note.)
3G8F7-SLK11-E
---
One Adapter is included with each Coaxial-cable
SYSMAC LINK Unit/Board.
F Adapter Cover -----
Standards
1 unit
0.48
number’s
words
Optical
(H-PCF cable)
(See note.)
SYSMAC LINK
Support Board,
PCI interface
Model
CE
C1000H-CE001
N
C1000H-COV01
---
A Terminator must be installed at each node on the ends C1000H-TER01
of the network.
N
Note: When using wired optical (H-PCF) communications, use the H-PCF Cable or H-PCF Cable with pre-attached connectors.
■ FL-net Units
Unit type
Name
Specifications
Words
Current
required consumption (A)
Communications Communications Duplexing
cable
functions
CS1 CPU FL-net Unit
Bus Unit
100BASE-TX
Cable
FL-net (OPCN-2)
Ver. 2
specifications
Data link and
message
communications
functions
Not
supported
Units per
CPU Unit
4
5V
system
1 unit
0.38
number’s
words
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1W-FLN22
UC1, CE
■ DeviceNet Unit
Unit type
Name
Specifications
Communications
cable
CS1 CPU DeviceNet Unit
Bus Unit
Communications
types
Special DeviceNet • Remote I/O Master
cable
communications
(Fixed or user-set
allocation)
• Remote I/O Slave
communications
(Fixed or user-set
allocation)
• Message
communications
Words
Current
required consumption (A)
Duplexing
Not
supported
Units per
CPU Unit
16
5V
system
1 unit
0.29
number’s
words
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
Programmable Controllers
CS1WDRM21-V1
CS1D
UC1, N, L,
CE
65
■ CompoNet Master Unit
Unit type
Name
Specifications
Communications
types
CS1
Special
I/O Unit
CompoNet
Master Unit
• Remote I/O
communications
• Message
communications
Words
required
Maximum number of I/O points per
Master
Word Slave Units:
1,024 inputs and 1,024 outputs (2,048 I/O
points total)
Bit Slave Units:
256 inputs and 256 outputs (512 I/O
points total)
Current
consumption (A)
5V
system
1, 2, 4, or 8
0.4
unit numbers’
words
(variable)
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1W-CRM21 U, U1, N, CE, L
■ CompoBus/S Master Unit
Unit
type
Product name
Specifications
Communications
functions
CS1
Special
I/O Unit
CompoBus/S
Master Unit
Remote I/O
communications
No. of unit
numbers
allocated
Maximum number of I/O points per
Master
256 max.
(128 inputs and 128 outputs)
2 unit
numbers’
words
128 max.
(64 inputs and 64 outputs)
1 unit
number’s
words
Current
consumption (A)
5V
system
26 V
system
0.15
---
Model
Standards
CS1W-SRM21 U, C, CE
■ ID Sensor Units
Unit
type
Specifications
Name
Connecting ID System
CS1
ID Sensor Unit
Special
I/O Unit
ID Sensor Unit
V680-series RFID system
V600-series RFID system
Number of
RW Heads
Words
Current
required consumption (A)
External
power supply
5V
system
Model
Standards
26 V
system
1 head
Not required
1 unit
0.26
number’s (See
words
note.)
0.13
(See
note.)
CS1W-V680C11
2 heads
24 V DC
2 unit
0.32
numbers’
words
---
CS1W-V680C12
1 head
Not required
1 unit
0.26
number’s
words
0.12
CS1W-V600C11
2 heads
24 V DC
2 unit
0.32
numbers’
words
---
CS1W-V600C12
UC, CE
UC, CE
Note: The current consumption is 0.28 A when connected to the V680-H01. For details, refer to the V680 Series RFID System Catalog (Cat. No. Q151).
■ GP-IB Interface Unit
Unit
type
Name
CS1
GP-IB Interface
Special Unit
I/O Unit
Specifications
Supports both Master mode and Slave mode.
Words Current consumption (A)
required
5 V system 26 V system
1 unit
0.33
number’s
words
---
Model
CS1W-GPI01
Standards
UC, CE
Note: Up to 4 CS1W-GPI01 GP-IB Interface Units can be mounted (controlled by one CPU) in a CS1D CPU Backplane (CS1D-BC052 in a Duplex
CPU System or CS1D-BC082S in a Single CPU System) or CS1D Expansion Backplane (CS1D-BI092). Up to 4 Units can be controlled by
one CPU.
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CS1D
■ SPU Unit (High-speed Data Storage Units)
SPU Unit (High-speed Data Storage Units)
Unit type
Name
Specifications
PC Card slot
CS1 CPU SPU Unit
Bus Unit (High-speed Data
Storage Unit)
Words
required
Ethernet LAN port
Current
consumption (A)
5V
system
1 PC Card Type II slot
1 port
Insert an OMRON HMC-EF@@@ (10/100BASE-TX)
to use the Memory Card.
1 unit
0.56
number’s
words
2 ports
(10/100BASE-TX)
0.70
Model
Standards
26 V
system
---
CS1W-SPU01-V2
UC1, CE
CS1W-SPU02-V2
Programming Device
Name
Specifications
Model
SPU-Console Support Software Functions: Setting the High-speed Data Storage Unit's unit settings,
sampling settings, etc.
(The software is required to make the High-speed Data Storage Unit's
settings.)
OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8
Standards
WS02-SPTC1-V2
---
Options
Name
Specifications
Model
Standards
SPU Data Management
Middleware
Functions: Automatically uploads collected data files from the SPU 1 license
Unit to the computer, and can also register the data in a database.
5 licenses
OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8
WS02-EDMC1-V2
Memory Cards
Flash memory: 128 MB
HMC-EF183
Flash memory: 256 MB (especially for the SPU Unit)
Flash memory: 512 MB (especially for the SPU Unit)
Memory Card Adapter (for a computer’s PCMCIA slot)
Note: A memory
Card is
required to
collect data.
---
WS02-EDMC1-V2L05
---
HMC-EF283
HMC-EF583
HMC-AP001
Programmable Controllers
CE
CS1D
67
MEMO
68
MEMO
69
MEMO
70
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