User manual OMRON WIRED REMOTE I-O SYSTEM MANUAL

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[. . . ] W120-E1-08 SYSMAC C-series Rack PCs Wired Remote I/O Wired Remote I/O System Manual Revised April 2003 iv Notice: OMRON products are manufactured for use according to proper procedures by a qualified operator and only for the purposes described in this manual. The following conventions are used to indicate and classify precautions in this manual. Failure to heed precautions can result in injury to people or damage to property. ! DANGER Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. ! [. . . ] Pin 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON Pin settings Pin 2 OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON Section 4-1 Pin 3 OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON Note Unit numbers 0 through 7 are used in C1000H and C2000H Systems. Use numbers 0 and 2 or numbers 1 and 3 for C500 Slaves attached to a C200H Master (to prevent overlapping word assignments). All other PC Systems use only unit numbers 0 and 1. Pin 4: Output HOLD/STOP Mode OFF: STOP mode ON: HOLD mode All output words set to OFF for transmission errors. All output words retain status transmission errors. Transmission errors for Slaves include errors in data from the Master and no-data errors. Note that HOLD mode is not effective for all errors detected by the CPU Unit. 4-1-3 C200H Master Indicators Unit number switch Transmission line terminals 50 Masters and Slaves Indicators LINE ERROR XMT/RCT Section 4-1 Lights for transmission line errors. Setting of 0 or 1 on unit number switch Flashes when any of the Slaves or Remote Terminals in the Master Subsystem are transmitting normally. Goes out if all Slaves and Remote Terminals are abnormal or for errors occurring in the CPU Unit refresh cycle. Goes out if an error occurs in any Slave or Remote Terminal transmitting data or for errors occurring in the CPU Unit refresh cycle. All transmissions will be stopped when this indicator goes out. Setting of 2 or 3 on unit number switch ERROR END RS Lights if an error occurs in any Slave or Remote Terminal transmitting data or for errors occurring in the refresh cycle. Remains unlit as long as all Slaves and Remote Terminals transmitting data are normal. Refer to 7-7 Slave Unit Numbers with Multiple Terminator. Switches and Selectors Unit Number ("Machine No. ") Set to 0 or 2 to set Unit #0; 1 or 3 to set Unit #1. If 0 or 1 is used, transmission will continue even if a transmission error occurs. If 2 or 3 is used, transmission to all Slaves will be interrupted if a transmission error occurs. The only setting necessary for C200H Masters is the unit number. The unit number determines AR area Error flags and Restart bits (see 7-2 Error Codes and Monitoring). 4-1-4 C200H Slaves Two models of C200H Slave are available: C200H-RT201 and C200H-RT202. The C200H-RT201 is switchable between 100/110 VAC and 200/220 VAC; the C200H-RT202 uses 24 VDC. The RT201 is shown below. Power supply fuse Switch cover Remove to access DIP switch and terminator selector. Power supply terminals Transmission terminals 51 Masters and Slaves Indicators XMT/RCV not lit flash ----flash flash flash ERROR1 not lit not lit lit lit flash lit lit Section 4-1 C200H Slaves indicators function together to show the status of the System. The RUN indicator is controlled by the mode setting on the CPU Unit. ERROR2 not lit not lit --lit lit lit flash RUN not lit --not lit not lit --not lit --Status Meaning System not started or pow- Master is still testing System or power off. Normal transmission Transmission error I/O bus error I/O verification error I/O setting error Normal transmissions are occurring between Slave and Master. An I/O Unit designation on the Slave Rack is wrong. Expansion I/O Rack miss- An Expansion I/O Rack connected to the ing. Slave Rack with I/O Connecting Cable cannot be confirmed by the PC. C200H Slave Switches The DIP switch and terminator selectors are accessed by removing the switch cover on the front of the Slave. Always be sure that the PC and Slave power are turned off before setting the switches. Terminator Selector Terminator (Termination resistance ON) Terminator Setting Not terminator (Termination resistance OFF) DIP Switch Pins 1 through 3: Unit Number Unit number* 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Pin 1 OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON 2 OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON 3 OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON *Unit numbers 0 and 1 can be set for C120 and C500 Systems; unit numbers 0 through 4 for C200H Systems; and 0 through 7 for C1000H and C2000H Systems. 52 Remote Terminal Pin 4: Type of Master ON OFF Master other than C200H C200H Master Section 4-2 Pin 5: Output HOLD/STOP Mode ON OFF HOLD mode, i. e, all output words retain status in for transmission errors. STOP mode, i. e. , all output words set to OFF for transmission errors. Pin 6: Pin 6 should always be set to OFF. 4-2 Remote Terminal The procedure for setting the switches in the Remote Interface is exactly the same as in the Remote Terminals. [. . . ] A Rack containing a Remote I/O Slave Unit and controlled through a Remote I/O Master Unit. Slave Racks are generally located away from the CPU Rack. programming device Rack relay-based control Remote I/O Master Unit Remote I/O Slave Unit Remote I/O Subsystem Remote I/O System Remote I/O Unit Remote Terminal series Slave Slave Rack 114 Glossary slot Special I/O Unit A position on a Rack (Backplane) to which a Unit can be mounted. Special I/O Units include Position Control Units, High-Speed Counter Units, Analog I/O Units, etc. In OMRON PC terminology, the word Unit is capitalized to indicate any product sold for a PC System. [. . . ]

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