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NS-Series
NS15-TX01@-V2
NS12-TS00@-V1/-V2, NS12-TS01@-V1/-V2
Cat. No. V083-E1-15
NS10-TV00@-V1/-V2, NS10-TV01@-V1/-V2
NS8-TV00@-V1/-V2, NS8-TV01@-V1/-V2
NS8-TV10@-V1, NS8-TV11@-V1
NS5-SQ00@-V1/-V2, NS5-SQ01@-V1/-V2
NS5-TQ00@-V2, NS5-TQ01@-V2
NS5-MQ00@-V2, NS5-MQ01@-V2
NS5-SQ10@-V2, NS5-SQ11@-V2
NS5-TQ10@-V2, NS5-TQ11@-V2
NS5-MQ10@-V2, NS5-MQ11@-V2
Programmable Terminals
SETUP MANUAL
Specifications of Omron Corporation NS8-ATT02
Lead Free Status / Rohs Status:
Lead free / RoHS Compliant
Series:
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Summary of Contents

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... NS-Series NS15-TX01@-V2 NS12-TS00@-V1/-V2, NS12-TS01@-V1/-V2 Cat. No. V083-E1-15 NS10-TV00@-V1/-V2, NS10-TV01@-V1/-V2 NS8-TV00@-V1/-V2, NS8-TV01@-V1/-V2 NS8-TV10@-V1, NS8-TV11@-V1 NS5-SQ00@-V1/-V2, NS5-SQ01@-V1/-V2 NS5-TQ00@-V2, NS5-TQ01@-V2 NS5-MQ00@-V2, NS5-MQ01@-V2 NS5-SQ10@-V2, NS5-SQ11@-V2 NS5-TQ10@-V2, NS5-TQ11@-V2 NS5-MQ10@-V2, NS5-MQ11@-V2 Programmable Terminals SETUP MANUAL ...

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... OMRON. No patent liability is assumed with respect to the use of the information contained herein. Moreover, because OMRON is constantly striving to improve its high-quality products, the information contained in this manual is subject to change without notice ...

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Contents Notice ...1 About this Manual ...7 Related Manuals ...8 Terminology ...9 Introduction ...10 Section 1 Overview ... 1-1 1-1 NS-series PT Functions and Operation... 1-2 1-1-1 PT Functions for FA Manufacturing Sites ... 1-2 1-1-2 NS-series PT Operating System... ...

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Data Format ... 3-18 3-4-4 Bar Code Input... 3-18 3-5 Connecting to Printers ... 3-19 3-5-1 Connecting to a Printer Compatible with ESC/P Raster and BJ Raster ... 3-19 3-5-2 Connecting a PictBridge-compatible Printer... 3-20 3-6 Using Memory Cards... ...

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... Alarm Monitor Registration Procedure... 6-30 6-3-14 Starting the Ladder Monitor from Alarm/Event Summary and History (NS15/12/10/8 Only)... 6-31 6-3-15 Setting the Tag Update Notification Message... 6-31 6-3-16 Time to Switch to System Menu (NS12, NS10, NS8, or NS5)... 6-31 6-3-17 Double-touch Interval (NS15 Only)... 6-32 6-3-18 Analog RGB Output (NS15 only)... 6-32 6-4 Project Settings... 6-33 6-4-1 Project Title... 6-33 6-4-2 Number of Labels ...

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... Video Configuration ... 6-57 6-8-7 USB Device List ... 6-59 6-8-8 Display Capture Data ... 6-60 6-8-9 Memory Card Transfers ... 6-61 6-8-10 External Application Startup... 6-63 6-8-11 Version Display ... 6-64 6-8-12 PLC Data Trace (NS15, NS12, NS10, and NS8 Only) ... 6-64 6-9 Hardware Check ... 6-66 6-9-1 LCD Check ... 6-66 6-9-2 Touch Switch Check ... 6-67 6-9-3 Touch Panel Calibration (NS15 Only) ... 6-67 6-10 Starting Operations... 6-68 6-11 Verifying Tags... 6-70 Section 7 Maintenance and Troubleshooting ...

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... A-9-4 Replacement Battery: CJ1W-BAT01... A-61 A-9-5 Recommended Memory Cards... A-62 A-9-6 NS-CLK21 Controller Link Interface Unit ... A-62 A-9-7 NS-CA001/CA002 Video Input Unit... A-62 A-9-8 Attachments: NS12-ATT01(B)/NS12-ATT02/NS8-ATT01/ NS8-ATT02 ... A-62 A-9-9 NS-USBEXT-1M USB Relay Cable... A-63 Appendix 10 System Memory List ... A-64 Appendix 11 Differences between "-V1"/"-V2" Models and Other Models ... A-67 Appendix 12 NS5 System Menu... A-69 ...

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About this Manual Section 1 Overview This section provides an overview of the NS-series PTs, including functions, features, connection types, and communications methods. Section 2 Before Connecting This section provides information on methods for connecting NS-series PTs that must be ...

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... This manual Provides information on NS Series V1 and V2 PTs (i.e., NS15-V2, NS12-V@, NS10-V@, NS8-V@, and NS5-V@). Describes how to connect the PT to the host and peripheral devices, methods to setup communications and operation, and procedures for maintenance. Refer to the NS Series Programming Manual (V073-E1-@) for information on PT functions and specific operating procedures ...

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... PT NS Series PLC CS/CJ Series C Series CVM1/CV Series Serial Communications Unit Serial Communications Board Indicates a Serial Communications Board for an OMRON CS-series or CQM1H Communications Board CPU Unit CX-Designer Host Programming Manual In this manual, indicates an NS-series Programmable Terminal. Indicates products in the OMRON NS@ @ Series of Programmable Terminals. ...

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... OMRON representative. Make sure that the ratings and performance characteristics of the product are sufficient for the systems, machines, and equipment, and be sure to provide the systems, machines, and equipment with double safety mechanisms ...

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Safety Precautions Notation Used for Safety Information The following notation is used in this manual to provide precautions required to ensure safe usage of the product. The safety precautions that are provided are extremely important to safety. Always read and ...

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... Rated power supply voltage: 24 VDC (Allowable range: 20.4 to 27.6 VDC) Capacity: NS15 min. NS12, NS10, or NS8 min. NS5 min not perform a dielectric voltage test. 8. Use a twisted-pair cable with a cross-sectional area of at least 2 mm power terminals and always use M3.5 crimp terminals. Tighten the terminal screws to a torque of 0.8 N⋅ ...

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... The backlight in the NS-series PT contains mercury. Do not dispose of the PT together with waste to be processed at disposal plants. Dispose of the PT according to all local laws, regulations, and ordinances. 40. The backlight in the PT cannot be replaced by the user. Contact your OMRON representative for backlight replacement. Periodically check the installation conditions in applications where the PT is subject to 41 ...

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Precautions for Correct Use 1. Do not install the Unit in the following places: Locations subject to severe changes in temperature. Locations subject to direct sunlight Locations subject to temperatures or humidity outside the range specified in ...

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... Concepts OMRON products are electronic devices that are incorporated in machines and manufacturing installations. OMRON PTs conform to the related EMC Directives (see note) so that the devices and machines into which they are built can more easily conform to EMC directives. However, customers may use a wide variety of equipment and manufacturing installations. ...

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... Det Norske Veritas Italy Registro Italiano Navale France Bureau Veritas Germany Germanischer Lloyd USA American Bureau of Shipping South Korea Korean Register of Shipping Taiwan China Corporation Register of Shipping NS5 NS8 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Conditional Conditional Yes ...

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Zones with and without air conditioning not on the bridge or deck (e.g., boiler room) 2. Zones with and without air conditioning on the bridge (e.g., helm room) 3. Deck zone 4. Engine room zone (devices mounted on machinery ...

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... LOSS OF PROFITS OR COMMERCIAL LOSS IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE PRODUCTS, WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED ON CONTRACT, WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE, OR STRICT LIABILITY event shall the responsibility of OMRON for any act exceed the individual price of the product on which liability is asserted EVENT SHALL OMRON BE RESPONSIBLE FOR WARRANTY, REPAIR, OR OTHER CLAIMS ...

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... Application Considerations OMRON shall not be responsible for conformity with any standards, codes, or regulations that apply to the combination of products in the customer's application or use of the products. At the customer's request, OMRON will provide applicable third party certification documents identifying ratings and limitations of use that apply to the products. This information by itself is not sufficient for a complete determination of the suitability of the products in combination with the end product, machine, system, or other application or use ...

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... Performance data given in this manual is provided as a guide for the user in determining suitability and does not constitute a warranty. It may represent the result of OMRON's test conditions, and the users must correlate it to actual application requirements. Actual performance is subject to the OMRON Warranty and Limitations of Liability. The information in this manual has been carefully checked and is believed to be accurate ...

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Section 1 Overview This section provides an overview of the NS-series PTs, including functions, features, connection types, and communications methods. 1-1 NS-series PT Functions and Operation... 1-2 1-1-1 PT Functions for FA Manufacturing Sites... 1-2 1-1-2 NS-series PT Operating System ...

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NS-series PT Functions and Operation 1-1 NS-series PT Functions and Operation The NS Series offers advanced operator interfaces called Programmable Terminals that can be used to display required information and provide operating capabilities for FA manufac- turing sites. This ...

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Control Panel Switches The NS-series PTs allow the user to create various on-screen switches. By using touch switch inputs, operating results can be sent to the host. 1-1-2 NS-series PT Operating System Transferring Screen Data The screen data displayed on ...

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NS-series PT Functions and Operation Displaying Screens The information displayed on the screens is created using the CX-Designer on a computer and transferred to the PT. The required screens can be displayed by using commands from the host or ...

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Communications with the Host NS-series PTs allow the user to allocate words and bits in any PLC area for use in accessing the required display contents and storing input data. Operations that can be performed include reading and writing ...

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... Note: Controller Link Interface Units are compatible only with the NS15, NS12, and NS10. 1-2-4 Host Link Host Link is a serial communications protocol for connecting an OMRON PT 1 host (a PLC) to read and write bits and words from the host. Host Link communications connect many different PLCs. Refer to the Host Connection Manual (Host Links) for connection methods and the PLCs for which Host Links can be used ...

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... Use serial port connect to the host. For details, refer to the Host Connection Manual (Tem.Control, MemLink). 1-2-7 Communicating with Other Devices The NS-series PTs can communicate with the following devices. OMRON Trajexia Motion Controllers Mitsubishi FX-series, A-series, and Q-series PLCs Siemens S7-300-series PLCs ...

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... Unit.) Note 3: The following models support Video Input Units: NS15-TX01@-V2, NS12-TS0@, NS10-TV0@, and NS8-TV@@. (The NS15-TX01-V2 does not support the NS-CA001 and it does not support video input from the NS-CA002. It does support analog RGB input from the NS-CA002.) (The NS5 does not support Video Input Units.) Note 4: The NS5-SQ0@(B)-V@, NS5-TQ0@(B)-V@, and NS5-MQ0@(B)-V@ cannot be connected di- rectly to general-purpose printers ...

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... Attachments (Refer to A-9-8 Attachments: NS12-ATT01(B)/ NS12-ATT02/NS8-ATT01/NS8-ATT02.) Use an Attachment when replacing NT-series PTs. NS12-ATT01(B) NS12-ATT02 NS8-ATT01 NS8-ATT02 USB Relay Cable (Refer to 3-1-3 Mounting the PT to the Control Panel.) NS-USBEXT-1M Reference The following optional products are available. (Refer to Appendix 9 List of Optional Products.) Anti-reflection Sheets ...

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... For the NS15, the System Menu can be displayed by pressing one of the four corners of the touch panel twice in a row. For the NS5, NS8, NS10, and NS12, the system menu can be dis- played by simultaneously pressing two of the four corners of the touch panel. ...

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The following table lists the device and software manuals used for reference. Device/Software NS-series PTs Setup Manual (Provides information on existing NS-series models, i.e., NS12, NS10, and NS7.) Programming Manual Macro Reference CX-Designer CX-Designer Users Manual CX-Designer Online Help NS-series ...

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Procedure for Running NS-series PTs 1-12 ...

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Section 2 Before Connecting This section provides information on methods for connecting NS-series PTs that must be under- stood before connecting the host and peripheral devices. For details on connecting through host link communications, refer to the Host Connection Manual ...

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... Communications Ports and Methods All NS-series PTs have two serial ports each. The NS15-TX01@-V2, NS12-TS01(B)-V1/-V2, NS10-TV01(B)-V1/-V2, NS8-TV@1(B)-V1/-V2, NS5-SQ01(B)-V1, NS5-SQ@1(B)-V2, NS5- TQ@1(B), and NS5-MQ@1(B)-V2 each have one Ethernet interface. A Controller Link Interface Unit can also be mounted to the NS12-TS0@(B)-V1 or NS10- TV0@(B)-V1 to enable Controller Link communications. These communications ports and in- terfaces can be used for the communications methods shown in the following table ...

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Connection PT Host commu- commu- Supported connection methods nications nications type type PT RS-232C RS-232C cable RS-232C PT NS-AL002 RS-422A Converter PT RS-422A (See note RS-422A RS-422A cable 1.) Ethernet PT Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-T twisted-pair cross EtherNet/ IP Controller Link ...

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Connecting the Host 1:N Connection (Connecting Multiple PTs to a Single Host) PT Host commu- commu- nications nications type type PTs RS-232C RS-422A PTs RS-422A (See note RS-422A 1.) Ethernet Ethernet EtherNet/ IP Controller Controller Link (See Link note ...

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N:1 Connection (Connecting Multiple Hosts to a Single PT) NS- series Host commu- Supported connection methods PT nications commu- nications PT Serial port A RS-232C RS-232C RS-232C cable Serial port B RS-232C cable PT Ethernet HUB Ethernet EtherNet ...

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Connecting the Host NS- series Host communi- PT cations commu- nications RS-232C, RS-232C RS-422A RS-422A RS-232C, (See RS-422A note.) Ethernet, Ethernet, EtherNet/IP, RS-232C RS-232C Note: Possible only with the NS15-TX01@-V2. The NS-AL002 is connected directly to the serial ...

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NS- series Host commu- Supported connection methods PT nications commu- nications PT RS-232C, RS-232C, Controller Controller Controller Link Link Link Interface Unit Specified shielded twisted-pair cable PT Ethernet Ethernet, 10BASE-T/100BASE-T Ethernet, Ether- Twisted-pair cross cable Controller Net/IP, Controller Link Link ...

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Part Names and Functions 2-2 Part Names and Functions The part names and functions of the PT are described here. NS15 Front Panel RUN Indicator Lights or flashes to indicate the status of the PT Function Keys The Function ...

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NS15 Rear Panel Switches Serial Port B Connector Serial Port B DIP Switch (Isolated RS-422A) Selects the type of communications for Use the RS-422A connector serial port B and RS-422A provided with the PT. communications conditions. External Brightness Adjustment Power ...

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Part Names and Functions NS12/NS10 Front Panel RUN indicator Lights or flashes to indicate the status of the PT. RUN Indicator Status Indicator Lit PT is operating normally. Flashing Memory Card transfer ended normally. A backlight error occurred immediately ...

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NS12/NS10 Rear Panel Switches Main Circuit DC Power Input Terminal Block Cover Input Terminals Covers the power input terminal block. Used to connect the power supply. FG Terminal Used to prevent malfunctions due to noise interference. USB Host Connector Used ...

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... Part Names and Functions NS8 Front Panel Display NS8-TV@@-V2: P8.4-inch TFT high- NS8-TV@@-V1: P8.0-inch TFT high- The entire display is a touch panel that serves as an input device. RUN Indicator Status Indicator Lit PT is operating normally. Flashing Memory Card transfer ended normally. ...

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... This is a USB Type B connector. Refer to 3-5-1 Connecting to Refer to 3-3-2 Connecting via USB used to connect to CX-Designer. a Printer Compatible with A PictBridge-compatible printer can also be connected to the NS8-V2. ESC/P Raster or BJ Raster. (Refer to 3-5-2 Connecting a PictBridge-compatible Printer.) Confirm system safety before turning the power ON/OFF or restarting. Other- ...

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Part Names and Functions NS5 Front Panel RUN indicator Lights or flashes to indicate the status of the PT. RUN Indicator Status Indicator Lit PT is operating normally. Flashing Memory Card transfer ended normally. Power is not being ...

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NS5 Rear Panel FG Terminal Used to prevent malfunctions due to noise interference. Main Circuit DC Input Terminals Used to connect the power supply. DIP Switch Used to set the settings for transmitting data using the Memory Card. Reset Switch ...

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Part Names and Functions Touch Panel (NS15) The touch switches on the front panel of the PT are used to perform input operations. Press the touch switches to perform operations such as switching screens and sending bit status to ...

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... Minimum Switch Size 16 dots (4.92 mm) × 16 dots (4.92 mm) NS12: 16 dots (5.3 mm) × 16 dots (5.3 mm) NS10: NS8-V1: 20 dots (4.78 mm) × 20 dots (4.78 mm) NS8-V2: 20 dots (4.86 mm) × 20 dots (4.86 mm) 16 dots (5.8 mm) × 16 dots (5.8 mm) NS5: If touch switches A, B, and C are turned ON simultaneously, switch D may also turn ON due to the structure of the touch panel. • ...

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Part Names and Functions Connector Pin Arrangement of Serial Ports A and B Pin number Precautions for Correct Use Connector Pin Arrangement of Serial Port B (Isolated RS-422A) (NS15 Only) ...

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Ethernet Connector Pin Arrangement Pin number Signal name 1 TD Twisted-pair output (differential output) TD 2 Twisted-pair output (differential output) 3 RD Twisted-pair input (differential input) 4 BI_D Protection circuit BI_D 5 Protection circuit RD 6 Twisted-pair ...

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Part Names and Functions 2-20 ...

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Section 3 Installing the PT and Connecting Peripheral Devices This section describes the methods used to install the PT and connect peripheral devices. For details on methods for connecting the host, refer to Section 4 Connecting the Host to Serial ...

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Installing the Video Input Unit ... 3-31 3-7-1 Video Input Unit Components ... 3-31 3-7-2 Nomenclature and Functions... 3-32 3-7-3 Installation Method for Video Input Unit... 3-33 3-7-4 Connecting to Video Input Connectors ... 3-38 3-8 Installing the Controller ...

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Installing the PT The methods used to mount the PT to the control panel and connect the power supply are described here. 3-1-1 Installation Environment Always mount the PT to the control panel and perform other installation procedures accord- ...

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... Width 383.5 NS12 Width 302 Width 302 NS10 Width 220.5 NS8 Width 184 NS5 Reference A NS-USBEXT-1M USB Relay Cable can be used to place a USB slave connector on the front of the control panel. To use a USB Relay Cable, mount the Cable connector in a panel cutout with the following dimensions. ...

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... PT is installed. When using ship, be sure to contact your OMRON sales representative. Shipping Standards (NK, LR, ABS, BV, DNV, KR, GL) The conditions for use in locations other than the bridge or deck are as follows: • ...

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... To conform to EC Directives, use a DC power supply that will provide a sta- ble output even if the input is momentarily interrupted for 10 ms, and that has reinforced or double insulation. Value 24 VDC 20.4 to 27.6 VDC (24 VDC ±15 min. (NS15 min. (NS12, NS10, NS8 min. (NS5) Noise Filter Load PT TAH-06-683 (Functional ...

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NS15, 12, 10 VDC Functional ground Parts Used to Connect the Power Supply Precautions for Safe Use Forked type 7 mm max. Recommended Products Manufacturer J.S.T. Mfg. Co., Ltd. Fuji Terminal Industry Co., Ltd. Nichifu Terminal ...

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Installing the PT Precautions for Correct Use 3-1-6 Peripheral Device Connection Limitations Select one of the following combinations when devices requiring power supply are con- nected to port A, port B, and an Expansion Interface Unit on the PT. ...

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... Indicator lights green. When the system starts properly, the indicator will light green. If the indicator does not light green, the system programs may be damaged. Contact your nearest OMRON representative. Startup message is displayed. A message about the startup status will be displayed. ...

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Starting the PT PT starts operating The PT goes into RUN mode and starts operating according to the screen data in the PT. When the PT is connected using communications conditions other than the set conditions, a message ...

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Starting the PT for the First Time Always perform the following operations when turning ON the PT for the first time after pur- chase. 1. Language selection. 2. Set the date and time. Operate according to the following conditions. ...

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Starting the PT Example: Input March 15, 2002 as 2002.3.15. e) Press the time display area under the heading Calendar Check. A dialog box will be displayed. In- put the time using a 24-hour clock in hours/minutes/seconds format. Example: ...

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... Recommended Connecting Cables The following cables are recommended when connecting via RS-232C. XW2Z-S002 (OMRON, cable length (D-Sub male 9-pin and D-Sub female 9-pin, for IBM PC/AT or compatible computers and NX computers in the PC-9800 Series) For details on preparing connecting cables, refer to Appendix 5 Preparing Connecting Ca- bles ...

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Connecting the CX-Designer System Program Version The system program version installed in the PT must be version 6.2 or higher. Update to ver- sion 6.2 or higher if the current version is 6.1 or lower. USB Driver for PTs ...

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Precautions for Correct Use All models in the NS-V2 Series support USB communications. Use a commercially available USB cable to connect the PT to the USB port. 3-3-3 Connecting via a Modem A modem can be used to connect the ...

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Connecting to Bar Code Readers 3-4 Connecting to Bar Code Readers Connecting a Bar Code Reader to the PT allows bar code data to be read as character strings in the character string input areas. For details on methods ...

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Setting Bar Code Readers The Bar Code Readers communications conditions and other settings can be set from either the CX-Designer or the PT. Setting from the CX-Designer Use the CX-Designer to set PT settings, such as the conditions for ...

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Connecting to Bar Code Readers 3-4-3 Data Format Use the following data format for communications using the PTs bar code input function. STX Data ( The supported data characters are 20 254 bytes. All data that does ...

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... ESC/P raster BJ raster PictBridge 3-5-1 Connecting to a Printer Compatible with ESC/P Raster and BJ Raster Connect the printer to the USB host connector on a NS15, NS12, NS10, or NS8 PT with a USB cable as shown in the following figure. USB host connector Precautions for Safe Use Reference Connect the printer directly to the PT with a cable. Connection via a USB hub is not possible ...

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Connecting to Printers Recommended Printers Operation checks have been performed for the following printers. Manufacturer EPSON PM-2200C, PM-930C, PM-870C, PM-740C, PM-A970, PM-T990, PM-D870, PM- (ESC/P raster) G720 PX-5500, PX-A720, PX-G5100, PX-G930 CANON BJ-M70 (BJ raster) PIXUS 550i, 50i, ...

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Recommended Printers Operation checks have been performed for the following printers. Manufacturer EPSON PM-G4500, PX-G5300, PX-5600, PM-501A, PM-A8405, EP-801A, EP-901A, EP-901F CANON PIXUS MX7600 PIXUS MP980, MP630, MP620, MP540, MP480 PIXUS iP4600, iP3600, iP100 PIXUS iP5000 PIXUS Pro9500, Pro9000 ...

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... Stores alarm/event history data that has been registered by CX-Designer. Stores trend data. Stores screen operation log data. Stores error history data for when macros are executed. Use a Memory Card recommended by OMRON. Incorrect operation may occur if a non-recommended memory card is used. Memory capacity Memory type ...

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Installation NS15 1. Loosen the Memory Card bracket screw shown in the figure below and push the Mem- ory Card firmly into the back of the slot. 2. Tighten the Memory Card bracket screw. The tightening torque is 0.6 ...

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... NS5-SQ1@-V2, NS5-TQ1@-V2, or NS5-MQ1@-V2. Earlier versions cannot be used. System program version 8.1 or higher must be used to replace the system program in the NS15-TX01@-V2. You cannot replace the system program with a system program of a lower version. 3-24 Ver. 8.1 for NS15 Ver. 8.1 for NS12 Ver. 8.1 for NS10 Ver. 8.1 for NS8 Ver. 8.1 for NS5 ...

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Transferring Data with Memory Cards Using a Memory Card with the PT allows system programs (programs that are required to operate the PT, such as those for communications and fonts) and screen data to be trans- ferred to and ...

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Using Memory Cards Banks are automatically created under the following conditions. When data is transferred to the Memory Card using the CX-Designer. When data is transferred (uploaded) from the PT. When transferring data, only one bank ...

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Use the following procedure to automatically download data. 1. Turn OFF the power to the PT. 2. Set the DIP switch. 3. Insert the Memory Card with the specified banks stored in it into the PT. 4. Turn ON the ...

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Using Memory Cards 5. The status of the PT indicator during data transfer is as shown below. Do not remove the Memory Card during data transfer. Transferring data: Transferring completed: Error occurred: Refer to page 3- error ...

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When data transfer security has been set for the project data stored in the PT to protect the project data from unauthorized data transfers, the following password-entry screen will be displayed. Input the password and press the ENTER Button. ...

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... OFF while a file was being written. Use the following procedure to operate the PT if system program replacement is not possible or the system program is damaged and the PT does not start. Select Programs Omron - CX-One - CX-Designer - Most Recent NS-series PT Up- date/Recovery Program from the Windows Start Menu. 3-30 Check item • ...

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... PT screen. This section explains how to connect a Video Input Unit to the PT with a cable using the NS-CA001 as an example. A Video Input Unit can be connected to the NS8, NS10, NS12 or NS15 (except that the NS- CA001 cannot be connected to the NS15. Also, the NS15 does not support video input from the NS-CA002, but it does support analog RGB input from the NS-CA002) ...

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... Familiarize yourself with the nomenclature and functions of the Video Board before using the Video Input Unit. Video Board: Front View Console Port Connector Connects to the console connector of OMRON Vision Sensors and allows Vision Sensor settings to be performed from the PT. Video Board: Rear View Expansion Interface Connector Connects to the PT's expansion interface connector when mounting the Video Board ...

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... Installation Method for Video Input Unit This section describes the method for mounting the Video Input Unit to the PT. A Video Input Unit can be connected to the NS8, NS10, NS12 or NS15 (except that the NS- CA001 cannot be connected to the NS15. Also, the NS15 does not support video input from the NS-CA002, but it does support analog RGB input from the NS-CA002) ...

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Installing the Video Input Unit 2. Secure the four corners of the Video Board with screws. 3. Insert screws in the screw holes for attaching the cover and tighten them slightly. Align the covers screw holes with the screws ...

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Slide the cover downward and tighten the screws. Connecting the Cable Connect the functional ground terminal of the PT and the cover with the cable to prevent malfunction due to noise. Connect with the cable provided. 3-7 Installing the Video ...

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Installing the Video Input Unit Removing the Video Input Unit 1. Remove the cover from the PT as follows: Loosen the screws. Lift up on the cover and remove it. 2. Remove the screws from the four corners. 3-36 ...

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Remove the Video Board from the expansion interface connector of PT. Follow the procedure shown below. 3-7 Installing the Video Input Unit 3-37 ...

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Installing the Video Input Unit 3-7-4 Connecting to Video Input Connectors Use the following method to connect cameras to the Video Input Unit mounted to the PT. Precautions for Safe Use Connecting to Video Input Connectors 1. Insert the ...

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Removing the Video Input Connector 1. Unlock the BNC socket on the cameras video output cable by twisting it counterclock- wise while pushing it. Push 2. After unlocking the BNC socket, pull it out. Pull out 3-7 Installing the Video ...

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... If the cameras video output cable uses an RCA plug, connect it to the video input connector using a BNC-RCA connector in the way shown below. Note A BNC-RCA connector is provided with the Monitor Cable (F150-VM) for OMRON Vision Sensors not provided with the Video Input Unit (NS-CA001). 3-40 ...

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... Connecting to the Console Port Connector Use the following method to connect the Video Boards console port connector to the con- sole connector of an OMRON Vision Sensor (F150-C10V3, F160-C10, F180-C10, F400- C10V2, F250-C10, V530-R150V2). 1. Insert the socket of the Relay Cable (F150-VKP; see note) into the Video Boards con- sole port connector ...

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Installing the Video Input Unit Setting the Contrast If the picture displayed on the PT screen is too bright or dark, contrast adjustment is required. Contrast adjustment is usually performed using one of the following procedures. Select Video ...

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... Installing the Controller Link Interface Unit This section describes the method for installing and wiring the Controller Link Interface Unit, which can be mounted to an NS10, NS12, or NS15 PT. The Controller Link Interface Unit cannot be mounted to an NS8 or NS5 PT. 3-8-1 Controller Link Interface Unit Components The following table shows the Controller Link Interface Unit’ ...

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Installing the Controller Link Interface Unit 3-8-2 Nomenclature and Functions Familiarize yourself with the nomenclature and functions of the Controller Link Support Board before operation. Card Edge Connector Connects to the connector of the Connector Conversion Board. Communications Connector ...

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Indicators Indicator Name Color status RUN Operating Green Lit Not lit ERC Communica- Red Lit tions error Not lit ERH EEPROM error Red Lit Not lit INS Network par- Yellow Lit ticipation Not lit SD Send Yellow Lit Not lit ...

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Installing the Controller Link Interface Unit Switch Settings The following settings are made at the factory. Do not change these settings. Item Memory address Interrupt level Setting Terminating Resistance Turn the built-in terminating resistance ON or OFF using the ...

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... Installation Method for Controller Link Interface Unit This section explains the method for mounting a Controller Link Interface Unit to the PT. The Controller Link Interface Unit can be mounted to NS15, NS12 and NS10 PTs only. It cannot be mounted to an NS8 or NS5 PT. Precautions for Safe Use 3-8 Installing the Controller Link Interface Unit • ...

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Installing the Controller Link Interface Unit Connecting and Disconnecting 1. Mount the Connector Conversion Board onto the back of the PT so that its expansion in- terface connector is inserted into the expansion interface connector on the back of ...

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Insert the Controller Link Support Boards card edge connector into the Connector Conversion Boards connector. Reference Follow the steps given below hard to insert the card edge connector to the con- nector on the connector conversion ...

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Installing the Controller Link Interface Unit 4. Mount the cover to the PT. 5. Secure the five places shown below with screws. 3-50 Cover Controller Link Support Board (Underside view) ...

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Connecting the Cable Connect the functional ground terminal of the PT and the cover with the cable to prevent malfunction due to noise. Connect with the cable provided. Removing Controller Link Interface Unit 1. Remove the cover. Remove these screws ...

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Installing the Controller Link Interface Unit 2. Disconnect the Controller Link Support Board from the connector conversion board. Hold both ends of the Controller Link Support Board and pull out straight. 3. Remove the screws from the Connector Conversion ...

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Disconnect the Connector Conversion Board from the PT this, follow the steps given below. 3-8 Installing the Controller Link Interface Unit Hold the four corners of the Board and detach upper side first. Then, pull out the ...

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Installing the Controller Link Interface Unit 3-8-4 Wiring This section describes the method for wiring the network communications cable to the Con- troller Link Support Board. Wiring the Communications Cable Wire the communications cable to connect identical signals. Precautions ...

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The minimum length of the communications cable between nodes Precautions for Safe Use Prepare the communications cables at a length longer. Use the multidrop method for connecting nodes. Normal communications will ...

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Installing the Controller Link Interface Unit 2. At the end connected to the node, twist the mesh of the shield into a single wire. Leave sufficient length at the tip of the twisted shield to be connected to a ...

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Carefully insert the signal and shield lines into the respective holes of the connector (identified with the markings). Ensure that the connector is oriented correctly. The follow- ing example is for connection to a Board in the middle of ...

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... Installing the Controller Link Interface Unit Reference The following screwdriver is available from OMRON. Model XW4Z-00C 0.6 mm Connecting the Connector to the Board Connect the connector on the communications cable to the connector on the Board using the following procedure. 1. Insert the connector on the communications cable into the connector on the Board as shown below ...

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If the connector becomes disconnected, not only will the Board be unable to Precautions for Safe Use perform communications with other nodes in the network, the network will be split into two at the point of disconnection. Take the ...

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Connecting a Monitor 3-9 Connecting a Monitor To display images from the monitor, connect a VGA cable from the monitor to the analog RGB output connector on the NS-series PT. Only the NS15 can output images ...

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External Brightness Adjustment Connect a variable resistor to the external brightness adjustment connector on the NS-series PT to exter- nally adjust the brightness of the backlight in the touch panel. This allows the brightness to be set lower than ...

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RS-232C/RS-422A Selector DIP Switch 3-11 RS-232C/RS-422A Selector DIP Switch A DIP switch on the NS15 can be used to select RS-232C or RS-422A for serial port B communications. Use the software program to see which cable is selected and ...

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Section 4 Connecting the Host to Serial Port This section describes the methods for connecting the host to the serial port of the PT. For details on connecting through host link communications, refer to the Host Connection Manual (Host Link). ...

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... Precautions for Safe Use Supported RS-232C Host Units Some models and series of OMRON PLCs have a built-in 1:1 NT Link function. Some PLCs can also be connected in a 1:1 NT Link by adding a Serial Communications Board or Com- munications Board. When connecting the PLC, check the series and model of the PLC and the model of ...

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... PTs as hosts and support a 1:1 NT Link using RS-422A. Reference The 1:1 NT Link is not supported for RS-485 (two-wire) communications. Always use RS-422A (four-wire). NS-series RS-485 (two-wire) communications are used to connect to an OMRON Tem- perature Controller. The NS-AL002 cannot be used with the NT-series PTs or PLCs. Connecting to CPM2C PLCs The CPM2C has a single connector that is the same shape as a CS-series peripheral port. Internally, the connector has signal lines that are for use with the CPU’ ...

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Host Connection Connecting to Simplified Communications Units When using a CPM2C1-CIF21 Simplified Communications Unit, connect it to the RS-232C port. RS-232C port 4-1-2 Unit Setting Methods Host Settings The methods for setting each Unit are as ...

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Setting the Front Panel DIP Switch Using RS-232C When using C200HX/HG/HE(-Z), CQM1, or CQM1H PLCs, set the DIP switch on the front panel to enable the PLC Setup Area (Data Memory) settings, as follows: C200HX/HG/HE(-Z) CQM1 RS-232C Communications Conditions ...

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Host Connection Setting the Communications Board Switches (Using RS-422A) Set the switches of the C200HX/HG/HE(-Z) Communications Board as follows: Switch 1: 4 (Four-wire method RS-422A) Switch 2: ON (terminator ON terminating resistance used) Set the ...

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... NS-AL002 Converter Supported Host Units The OMRON PLCs that can be connected in 1:N NT Links are limited to the CS-series, CJ- series, and C-series PLCs. CS-series PLCs can also be connected in 1:N NT Links by using a CS1W-SCU21/31 Serial Communications Unit. CJ-series PLCs can also be connected in 1:N NT Links by using a CJ1W-SCU31/41 Serial Communications Unit. ...

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Host Connection Using RS-232C Host type Built-in RS-232C port of C200HX/HG/HE(-Z) DM 6645 Port A of C200HX/HG/HE(-Z) (See note 1.) Port 1 of CQM1H (See note 2.) Port B of C200HX/HG/HE(-Z) (See note 1.) Note 1. RS-232C ...

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Setting the Communications Board Switches Using RS-422A Set the switches of the C200HX/HG/HE(-Z) Communications Board, as follows: Switch 1: 4 (Four-wire method RS-422A) Switch 2: ON (terminator ON terminating resistance used) Set the switches of the CQM1H ...

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Host Connection Item Baud Select the Custom Option and set the baud rate to 38,400 bps (Standard 1:N NT Link Mode). The format does not need to be changed. Mode Set the mode to the 1:N NT Link ...

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Setting the Front Panel Switches Using RS-232C Set DIP switch pin the CPU Unit according to the port to which the PT is connected, as follows: Peripheral port Mainly connected to a Programming Device. (Can ...

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Host Connection Item Baud Select the Custom Option and set the baud rate to 38,400 bps (Standard 1:N NT Link Mode). The format does not need to be changed. Mode Set the mode to the 1:N NT Link ...

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Setting the Front Panel Switches Using RS-232C Set DIP switch pin the CPU Unit according to the port to which the PT is connected, as shown below. (The following figure shows a CJ1G CPU Unit. ...

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Host Connection Connecting to CS-series Serial Communications Boards Serial Communications Boards with RS-232C and RS-422A Ports for Use with CS-series CPU Units: CS1W-SCB21 (Both ports 1 and 2 are RS-232C ports.) CS1W-SCB41 (Port RS-232C port ...

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Setting the Front Panel Switches Using RS-422A Port 1 RS-232C Port 2 RS-422A Connecting to CS-series Serial Communications Units CS-series Rack-mounted Type: CS1W-SCU21 (Both ports 1 and 2 are RS-232C ports.) CS1W-SCU31 (Both ports 1 and 2 are RS-422A ...

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Host Connection Setting the Front Panel Switches Using RS-232C Set the unit number of the Serial Communications Unit with the rotary switches on the front of the Unit. Use a flat-blade screwdriver to set the numerals and ...

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Setting the Front Panel Switches CJ1W-SCU41 Display indicators Terminating resistance switch (TERM) Unit number setting switch Set a value between 0 and F that is not the same as these used by other Units in the system. Two-wire/four-wire switch (WIRE) ...

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... PLCs without a -V1 suffix can also be connected in high-speed 1:N NT Links if a Serial Communications Unit is used.) CJ-series PLCs can also be connected in high-speed 1:N NT Links by using a CJ1W-SCU41 Serial Communications Unit. The OMRON PLCs that can be connected in high-speed 1:N NT Links using RS-422A are as follows: CS-series PLCs: CS1G/H and CS1G/H-H ...

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Unit Setting Methods The methods for setting each Unit are as follows: Connecting a CS-series CPU Unit When a CS-series CPU Unit is connected, settings are required in the PLC Setup and on the front-panel switches of the CPU ...

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High-speed 1:N NT Link Using a Programming Console If the PT is connected to the Host Link port (RS-232C port), connect the Programming Con- sole to the CPU Unit and set the following values at the specified addresses of ...

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Connecting a CJ-series CPU Unit When a CJ-series CPU Unit is connected, settings are required in the PLC Setup and on the front-panel switches of the CPU Unit. PLC Setup There are two methods that can be used to change ...

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High-speed 1:N NT Link Using a Programming Console (CJ1 CPU Units Only) If the PT is connected to the Host Link port (RS-232C port), connect the Programming Con- sole to the CPU Unit and set the following values at ...

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Connecting to CS-series Serial Communications Boards Serial Communications Boards with RS-232C Port for Use with CS-series CPU Units: CS1W-SCB21 (Both ports 1 and 2 are RS-232C ports.) CS1W-SCB41 (Port RS-232C port and Port RS-422A ...

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High-speed 1:N NT Link Setting the Front Panel Switches Using RS-422A Port 1 RS-232C Port 2 RS-422A Connecting to CS-series Serial Communications Units CS-series Rack-mounted Type: CS1W-SCU21 CS1W-SCU31 Reference High-speed 1:N NT Links can be used with Serial ...

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Setting the Front Panel Switches Set the unit number of the Serial Communications Unit with the rotary switches on the front of the Unit. Use a flat-blade screwdriver to set the numerals and symbols of the switch's set- ting display ...

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High-speed 1:N NT Link Setting the Front Panel Switches CJ1W-SCU41 4-26 Display indicators Terminating resistance switch (TERM) Unit number setting switch Set a value between 0 and F that is not the same as these used by other Units ...

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... Hood XM2S-0913 XM2S-2511 AWG28 × 5P IFVV-SB Cable CO-MA-VV-SB 5P × 28AWG Precautions for Safe Use OMRON Cables with Connectors The following OMRON Cables with Connectors can be used. Model XW2Z-200T 2 m XW2Z-500T 5 m XW2Z-200T XW2Z-200T OMRON RS-232C/RS-422A Converter Model ...

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Recommended Connector Cables 4-28 ...

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Section 5 Connecting to Host via Ethernet or Controller Link This section describes the methods for connecting the PT to the host using the PTs Ethernet interface and the Controller Link Interface Unit. 5-1 Connecting to Host Via Ethernet... 5-2 ...

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Connecting to Host Via Ethernet 5-1 Connecting to Host Via Ethernet To connect to the network using Ethernet, the network number, node number, and IP ad- dress must be set. Use the CX-Designer to set the settings. For details, ...

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... Host Types and Settings Units that are used for Ethernet communications vary according to the type and series of OMRON PLC used. When connecting an Ethernet Unit, check the series and type of the PLC that it will be con- nected to and the model of the Unit that is mounted to the PLC. ...

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Connecting to Host Via Ethernet Host Settings The following settings must be set at the host. Item Network number Conversion table UDP port number IP address Subnet mask Default gateway IP proxy address Node number Routing tables IP ...

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IP Address Allocation The IP addresses are allocated so that they are unique for each node in the network (or be- tween two or more networks). If two or more nodes are allocated the same IP address, the remote nodes ...

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Connecting to Host Via Ethernet Address Conversion (when Using FINS Communications Service Only) When using the FINS communications service, nodes must be specified following the FINS addressing system. Data that is transmitted on the Ethernet network using FINS communica- ...

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IP Address Table Method Whereas the automatic generation method obtains the IP address from the FINS node num- ber, the IP address table method converts the FINS node number to the IP address based on a preset conversion table (IP ...

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Connecting to Host Via Ethernet Unit number 04 U nit number 02 Network 2 Network 3 Remote Network Table The remote network table provides the node and network address corresponding to the ini- tial relay point (first point the ...

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Setting the Front Panel Switches Setting Unit Numbers Always set the unit numbers so that the unit numbers of other CPU Bus Units mounted to the CPU Unit are all unique. Use a small screwdriver to set the rotary switches, ...

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Connecting to Host Via Ethernet Example: Setting 130.58.17.32 (Decimal) This address will be 82.3A.11.20 in hexadecimal, so the switch would be set as shown in the following table. Switch Setting Local IP address in hexadecimal Local IP address in ...

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CS1W-ETN11 CS1W-ETN21 This is the connector used to connect the twisted-pair cable to the Ethernet. Electrical characteristics: Conforms to IEEE802.3 standards. Connector structure: RJ45 8-pin modular connector (conforms to ISO8877). Connec- 1 tor Pin 1 Send data ...

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Connecting to Host Via Ethernet Setting Local IP Addresses Set the local IP address with the CX-Programmer or other Support Software. Refer to the EtherNet/IP Unit Operation Manual (Cat. No. Z909) for details on setting methods. Ethernet Connectors This ...

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Set the upper digit using the top rotary switch and the lower digit using the bottom rotary switch. The factory setting is 01. When using automatic generation to convert addresses, set the node number to the same value as that ...

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Connecting to Host Via Ethernet and 126 decimal). Set the upper digit using the left rotary switch and the lower digit using the right rotary switch. The factory setting is 01. When using automatic generation to ...

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Switch Layout The layout of the two switches is shown in the following diagram. Set the unit number using SW1 and SW2. Set the unit number so that it is different from other CPU Bus Units in the system. ...

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Connecting to Host Via Ethernet Setting Node Numbers The node number is used to identify PLCs when more than one PLC is connected to the Ethernet. This setting is the node number used for FINS communications. Use the left ...

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... What Is a Controller Link Network? A Controller Link Network Network that can send and receive large data packets flexibly and easily among the OMRON C200HX/HG/HE PLC Programmable Terminal (PTs), SYSMAC CS-series PLCs, CJ-series PLCs, CQM1H-series PLCs, C200HX/HG/HE PLCs, CVM1/CV-series PLCs, IBM PC/AT or compatible computers, and NS-series PTs. The Con- troller Link supports data links that enable data sharing and a message service that enables sending data and receiving data when required ...

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Connecting to the Host Using Controller Link Device Controller Link Unit (See note.) Controller Link Sup- port Board (ISA Bus/PC98) Controller Link Sup- port Board (PCI Bus) Twisted-pair Cable Controller Link Wired Relay Terminal Block Note: For details on ...

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Example 1: The order of send and receive nodes is free. Area 1 Area 2 Example 3: Some nodes can receive data without sending data. Area 1 Receiving only Area 2 Receiving only 5-2 Connecting to the Host Using Controller ...

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Connecting to the Host Using Controller Link Setting Data Link Tables To perform data links, data link tables are required. Set data link tables by following the steps below. 1. Set data link tables using the CX-Net (Network Configurations ...

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The following examples show how to change CIO and D addresses to B Precautions for Safe Use and W addresses. 1. Changing to B addresses: B address Word in CIO address (0 to 2047) × Bit in ...

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Connecting to the Host Using Controller Link Check the following items before starting data links. 1. Manually Set Data Links Check the data link tables in each node participating in the data link to see that they are ...

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Troubleshooting Using Indicators The errors indicated by indicators on the Controller Interface Unit and remedies are ex- plained in this section. Indicators Troubleshooting with RUN, ERC, ERH, and INS Indicators The RUN, ERC, ERH, and INS indicators can be ...

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Connecting to the Host Using Controller Link Indicators RUN ERC ERH Lit Lit Lit 5-24 Probable cause INS Routing table setting error. EEPROM error. Not lit Terminating resistance is not set correctly. Cables are not ...

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Troubleshooting with LNK Indicator - Data Links Cannot Be Started The following table describes the LNK indicator and remedies when a data link cannot be started. Starting a data link depends on the Controller Link Interface Unit operating normally and ...

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... The following NS-series PTs and PLCs can be connected using EtherNet/IP . PLC Series Using the built-in board CS Series CJ Series CJ2H-CPU@@-EIP Refer to SYSMAC CS/CJ/NE1S Series EtherNet/IP Unit Operation Manual (Cat. No. Z909) for details on EtherNet/IP. 5-26 NS15-TX01@-V2, NS12-V2, NS10-V2, NS8-V2, NS5-SQ1@-V2, NS5-TQ1@-V2, NS5-MQ1@V2 Version 8.0 or higher Using an EtherNet/IP Unit CS1G-CPU@@(-V1) CS1G-CPU@@H CS1H-CPU@@(-V1) CS1H-CPU@@H CS1D-CPU@@H ...

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Setting Individual Units This section describes how to make settings for individual Units. Connecting to a CJ-series CPU Unit CJ2H-CPU@@-EIP Setting Local IP Addresses Set the local IP address with the CX-Programmer or other Support Software. Refer to ...

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Connecting to Host via EtherNet/IP NODE NO Set the upper digit using the left rotary switch and the lower digit using the right rotary switch. The factory setting is 01. When using automatic generation to convert addresses, ...

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Connecting to a CJ-series EtherNet/IP Unit CJ1W-EIP21 Setting the Front Panel Switches Setting Unit Numbers Always set the unit numbers so that the unit numbers of other CPU Bus Units mounted to the same CPU Unit are all unique. ...

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Connecting to Host via EtherNet/IP 5-30 ...

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Section 6 System Menu Operations This section describes the methods for operating the System Menu. This section also provides details on functions that are useful for NS-series PT applications and for system maintenance. 6-1 Operating Modes and System Menu... 6-3 ...

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... Starting the Ladder Monitor from Alarm/Event Summary and History (NS15/12/10/8 Only)... 6-30 6-3-15 Setting the Tag Update Notification Message... 6-31 6-3-16 Time to Switch to System Menu (NS12, NS10, NS8, or NS5)... 6-31 6-3-17 Double-touch Interval (NS15 Only)... 6-32 6-3-18 Analog RGB Output (NS15 only) ... 6-32 6-4 Project Settings ... 6-33 6-4-1 Project Title ... 6-33 6-4-2 Number of Labels... 6-34 6-4-3 Initial Screen ... 6-34 6-4-4 Initial Label ...

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Operating Modes and System Menu The System Menu can be used to set various PT settings by operating the touch switches on the screen. The following diagram shows the menu configuration in the System Menu. Refer to 6-1-4 Using ...

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Operating Modes and System Menu 6-1-3 Overview of Menu Items The following tables show the eight menu items and provide an overview of their contents. 1. Initialize Tab Item Screen Data Area Alarm/Event History Data Log Operation Log Error ...

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... NS-series PT is operating. Time to Switch to System Sets the time required to switch to the System Menu when two of Menu (NS12, NS10, NS8, the four screen corners are pressed. The time to switch to the Sys- or NS5) tem Menu can be set to between 0 and 5 s. ...

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Operating Modes and System Menu 5. Comm Tab Item Comms. Auto-return Timeout interval Retry Counts Serial Port A Serial Port B Expansion Interface Ethernet Controller Link 6. Data Check Tab Item Screen Number Show Address 7. Special Screen Tab ...

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Using the System Menu Information on using the menus, such as displaying the System Menu, and selecting menu items, is provided here. Reference The system settings set in the project data are given priority over those set in the ...

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Operating Modes and System Menu The second corner pressed can be any of the other three corners. The System Menu will be displayed even if functional objects are displayed. Reference The time required to switch to the System Menu ...

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Selecting Menu Items Items in the System Menu can be displayed by simply pressing the tab of the menu item to be displayed. Example: Press the Hardware Check Tab in the System Menu to display the Hardware Check Screen. Switching ...

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Initializing and Saving Data and Removing the Memory Card 6-2 Initializing and Saving Data and Removing the Memory Card The Initialize Tab is used to initialize or save the PT data and specify the system language. Used these function ...

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... NS10/NS8 Data Initialize Screen NS5 Data Initialize Screen Page 1 6-2-1 Screen Data Area Format This function formats the PT screen data. Screen data must be formatted corrupted and cannot start up properly. The data recorded for the operation log, alarm history, data log, and error log is not initialized when screen data is formatted. ...

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Initializing and Saving Data and Removing the Memory Card Format the screen data by using operations from the Initialize Data Tab Page in the System Menu, as follows: 1. Press the Screen Data Area Button. A confirmation message will ...

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Initializing and Saving Data and Removing the Memory Card Initialize or save alarm/event histories by using operations from the Initialize Tab Page in the System Menu, as follows: Initializing Alarm/Event Histories 1. Press the Initialize Button. A confirmation message ...

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Initializing and Saving Data and Removing the Memory Card 6-2-3 Initializing and Saving Data Log This function initializes or saves the data log saved in the PT. Use this function when screen data has been changed, or for initializing ...

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Initializing and Saving the Operation Log This function initializes or saves the operation log saved in the PT 1,024 operations can be recorded in order of occurrence. Use this function when screen data has been changed, for ...

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Initializing and Saving Data and Removing the Memory Card Initializing the Operation Log 1. Press the Initialize Button. A confirmation message will be displayed. Press the Yes Button to initialize the data. Press the No Button to cancel the ...

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Initializing and Saving the Error Log This function initializes the macro error history saved in the PT or saves the history in the Memory Card 100 errors can be recorded in the error log. The number of ...

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Initializing and Saving Data and Removing the Memory Card 6-2-6 Language Selection The system language can be set to Japanese, English, Italian, Spanish, French, German, or Chinese (traditional or simplified). The system language will be used on the System ...

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Removing the Memory Card The Memory Card can be removed from the PT while the PT is ON. Use the following proce- dure from the Initialize Tab Page of the System Menu to remove the Memory Card. 1. Press ...

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Initializing and Saving Data and Removing the Memory Card 6-2-8 Initializing Internal Holding Memories (HB/HW) The following procedure is used to initialize the Internal Holding Memories in the PT (HB0 to HB8191 and HW0 to HW8191). Use the following ...

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... Alarm Monitor Registration Procedure 6-3-14 Starting the Ladder Monitor from Alarm/Event Summary and History (NS15/12/10/8 Only) 6-3-15 Setting the Tag Update Notification Message 6-3-16 Time to Switch to System Menu (NS12, NS10, NS8, or NS5) 6-3-17 Double-touch Interval (NS15 Only) 6-3-18 Analog RGB Output (NS15 only) PT Tab Page for the NS12 ...

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... PT Settings PT Tab Page for the NS10 and NS8 (Page 1) (Page 3) PT Tab Page for the NS5 (Page 1) 6-22 (Page 2) (Page 4) (Page 2) ...

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PT Tab Page for the NS15 (Page 1) 6-3-1 Start-up Wait Time The start-up wait time refers to the waiting time before the PT starts communicating with the host after the PT power is turned ON ...

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PT Settings 1. Set the waiting time in the Start-up Wait Time field in second units. Input the value in the dialog box that is displayed by pressing the setting input column. 2. After setting, press the Write Button ...

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Reference Pressing any part of the touch panel will cancel the screen saver and display the previ- ously displayed screen. When canceling the screen saver, If the part of the touch panel corresponds to the input for a functional object, ...

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PT Settings 6-3-5 Backlight Brightness NS15 The brightness of the backlight can be set to any of three levels external adjustment. The default setting is for High. Perform the following procedure from the PT Operation Tab ...

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