Mitsubishi Electronics FX5U manual

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    MELSEC iQ-F FX5U User's Manual (Hardware)[...]

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    1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Read these precau ti ons before use.) Before using this product, please read t[...]

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    2 [DESIGN PRECAUTIONS] [INST ALLA TION PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ● When an inductive lo ad such as a la[...]

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    3 [INST ALLA TION PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ● Do not touch the conductive parts of the produc t directl[...]

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    4 [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] [WIRING PRECAUTIONS] W A RNING ● Make sure to cut off all phases of the pow[...]

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    5 [ST AR TUP AND MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS] ● Make sure to observe the following pre cautions in ord[...]

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    6 [ST AR TUP AND MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS] [OPERA TION PRECAUTIONS] [DISPOSAL PRECAUTIONS] CAUTION ?[...]

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    7 [TRANSPOR T A TION PRECAUTIONS] INTRODUCTION This manual contains text, diagrams and explanations [...]

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    8 CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIO NS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    9 CONTENTS CHAPTER 4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 38 4.1 Rules of Sy stem Conf iguration . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    10 Screw termina l block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    11 CONTENTS 9.3 T ro ubleshoo ting using the engin eering to ol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    12 RELEV ANT MANUALS User's manuals for th e applicable modules TERMS Unless otherwise specifie[...]

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    13 Extension power supply module Generic term for FX5 extension power supply module and FX3 extensio[...]

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    14 1 OUTLINE 1.1 Part Names 1 OUTLINE 1.1 Part Names Front p anel No. Name Description [1] DIN rail [...]

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    1 OUTLINE 1.1 Part Names 15 1 With cover open Use a tool such as a screwdriver to operat e RS-485 te[...]

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    16 1 OUTLINE 1.1 Part Names Side Lef t side/right side Products that do not have the genuine product[...]

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    2 SPECIFICA TIONS 2.1 Generic Specifications 17 2 2 SPECIFICA TIONS The CPU module specificatio ns a[...]

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    18 2 SPECIFICA TIONS 2.2 Power Supply Specifications ■ Exp ansion board, exp ansion adapter For di[...]

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    2 SPECIFICA TIONS 2.3 Input Specifications 19 2 2.3 Input S pecifications The CPU module input speci[...]

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    20 2 SPECIFICA TIONS 2.3 Input Specifications Input circuit configuration • When using service pow[...]

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    2 SPECIFICA TIONS 2.4 Output Specifications 21 2 2.4 Output S pecifications The CPU module output sp[...]

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    22 2 SPECIFICA TIONS 2.5 Input/Output Derating Curve T ransistor output 2.5 Input/Output Derating Cu[...]

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    2 SPECIFICA TIONS 2.6 Performance Specifications 23 2 2.6 Performance S pecifications *1 The value l[...]

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    24 2 SPECIFICA TIONS 2.6 Performance Specifications Number of device point s *1 Can be changed with [...]

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    2 SPECIFICA TIONS 2.7 Built-in Analog Specifications 25 2 2.7 Built-in Analog S pecifications The an[...]

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    26 2 SPECIFICA TIONS 2.8 Communication Specifications 2.8 Communication S pecifications The built-in[...]

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    2 SPECIFICA TIONS 2.9 External Dimensions 27 2 2.9 External Dimensions CPU module FX5U-32M  FX5U-[...]

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    28 2 SPECIFICA TIONS 2.10 Terminal Layout 2.10 T erminal Layout Built-in RS-485 terminal Built-in an[...]

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    2 SPECIFICA TIONS 2.10 Terminal Layout 29 2 Power , input/output terminal block ■ Interpret ation [...]

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    30 2 SPECIFICA TIONS 2.10 Terminal Layout ■ FX5U-80M  FX5U-80MT/ESS 0V S/S 0V 24V N L 24V X0 1 [...]

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    3 PRODUCT LIST 3.1 Overall Configuration 31 3 3 PRODUCT LIST The following shows the system co nf ig[...]

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    32 3 PRODUCT LIST 3.2 CPU Module 3.2 CPU Module The CPU module incorporates a CPU, memory , in put/o[...]

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    3 PRODUCT LIST 3.3 I/O Module 33 3 3.3 I/O Module The I/O module is used to expand inputs/output s. [...]

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    34 3 PRODUCT LIST 3.4 Intelligent Function Module 3.4 Intelligent Function Module Intelligent functi[...]

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    3 PRODUCT LIST 3.5 Expansion Board 35 3 Network *1 GX Works3 does not support this module. When usi [...]

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    36 3 PRODUCT LIST 3.7 Extension Power Supply Module 3.7 Extension Power Supply Module The extension [...]

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    3 PRODUCT LIST 3.10 Battery 37 3 3.10 Battery For details on the battery , refer to  Page 1 16 Ba[...]

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    38 4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION Configuration of a whole system The configuration[...]

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    4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.1 Rules of System Configuration 39 4 4.1 Rules of System Configuration The[...]

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    40 4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.1 Rules of System Configuration Current consumption Power of extension [...]

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    4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.2 Limitations on the Number of Connected Extension Devices 41 4 4.2 Limit [...]

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    42 4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.2 Limitations on the Number of Conne cted Extension Devices Number of c[...]

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    4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.2 Limitations on the Number of Connected Extension Devices 43 4 Connection[...]

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    44 4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.2 Limitations on the Number of Conne cted Extension Devices Connection [...]

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    4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.3 Limitation on the Number of Input/Outp ut Points 45 4 4.3 Limit ation on[...]

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    46 4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.3 Limitation on the Number of Inp ut/Output Points Calculation of numbe[...]

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    4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.3 Limitation on the Number of Input/Outp ut Points 47 4 CC-Link remote I/O[...]

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    48 4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.4 Limitation on Current Consumpt ion 4.4 Limit ation on Current Consump[...]

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    4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.4 Limitation on Current Consumption 49 4 4. Check if expansion to the CPU [...]

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    50 4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.4 Limitation on Current Consumpt ion 2. Check the number of input/outpu[...]

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    4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.4 Limitation on Current Consumption 51 4 Power supply check from exte nsio[...]

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    52 4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.4 Limitation on Current Consumpt ion When connecting an input module af[...]

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    4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.5 Rules of System Configurati on and Examples of Reconfiguration 53 4 4.5 [...]

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    54 4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.5 Rules of System Configurati on and Examples of Reconfiguration • Nu[...]

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    4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.5 Rules of System Configurati on and Examples of Reconfiguration 55 4 Chec[...]

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    56 4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.5 Rules of System Configurati on and Examples of Reconfiguration Check [...]

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    4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.5 Rules of System Configurati on and Examples of Reconfiguration 57 4 Syst[...]

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    58 4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.5 Rules of System Configurati on and Examples of Reconfiguration • Nu[...]

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    4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.5 Rules of System Configurati on and Examples of Reconfiguration 59 4 ■ [...]

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    60 4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.5 Rules of System Configurati on and Examples of Reconfiguration Check [...]

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    4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.5 Rules of System Configurati on and Examples of Reconfiguration 61 4 ■ [...]

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    62 4 SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION 4.6 Numbers and Assignment in System 4.6 Numbers and Assignment in System[...]

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    5 INST ALLA TION 5.1 Installation Location 63 5 5 INST ALLA TION 5.1 Inst allation Location Use the [...]

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    64 5 INST ALLA TION 5.2 Examination for Installation Method in Enclosure 5.2 Examination for Inst al[...]

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    5 INST ALLA TION 5.3 Procedures for Installing on and Detaching from DIN Rail 65 5 5.3 Procedures fo[...]

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    66 5 INST ALLA TION 5.3 Procedures for Installing on and Detaching from DIN Rail Inst allation of ex[...]

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    5 INST ALLA TION 5.4 Procedures for Installing Directly (with M4 Screws) 67 5 5.4 Procedures for Ins[...]

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    68 5 INST ALLA TION 5.4 Procedures for Installi ng Directly (with M4 Screws ) I/O module Extension p[...]

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    5 INST ALLA TION 5.4 Procedures for Installing Directly (with M4 Screws) 69 5 Hole pitches when exte[...]

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    70 5 INST ALLA TION 5.4 Procedures for Installi ng Directly (with M4 Screws ) Inst allation of exten[...]

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    5 INST ALLA TION 5.5 Connection Methods for CP U Module and Extension De vices 71 5 5.5 Connection M[...]

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    72 5 INST ALLA TION 5.5 Connection Methods for CPU Module and Extension Devices Connection method B [...]

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    5 INST ALLA TION 5.5 Connection Methods for CP U Module and Extension De vices 73 5 Connection metho[...]

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    74 6 WIRING 6.1 Wiring Preparations 6 WIRING 6.1 Wiring Prep arations Wiring procedure Before wiring[...]

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    6 WIRING 6.1 Wiring Preparations 75 6 Removal and inst allation of removable terminal block Removal [...]

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    76 6 WIRING 6.2 Cable Connecting Procedure 6.2 Cable Connecting Procedure The cable connectin g proc[...]

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    6 WIRING 6.2 Cable Connecting Proced ure 77 6 European-type terminal block Wire the European-typ e t[...]

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    78 6 WIRING 6.3 Grounding ■ T ool <Reference> 6.3 Grounding Perform the following. • Perfo[...]

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    6 WIRING 6.4 Power Supply Wiring 79 6 6.4 Power Supply Wiring Examples of AC power supply wiring Pow[...]

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    80 6 WIRING 6.4 Power Supply Wiring Power supply example for source input [+common] *1 Connect the A[...]

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    6 WIRING 6.4 Power Supply Wiring 81 6 Wiring example for an exte nsion power supply module (sink inp[...]

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    82 6 WIRING 6.4 Power Supply Wiring Wiring example for an exte nsion power supply module (source inp[...]

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    6 WIRING 6.5 Input Wiring 83 6 6.5 Input Wiring The input wiring of the CPU module and I/O modules i[...]

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    84 6 WIRING 6.5 Input Wiring Handling of 24 V DC input ■ Input terminal ■ Input circuit ■ Inpu[...]

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    6 WIRING 6.5 Input Wiring 85 6 Precautions for connecting input devices ■ In the case of no-volt a[...]

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    86 6 WIRING 6.5 Input Wiring ■ In the case of 2-wire proxi mity switch Use a two-wire proximity sw[...]

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    6 WIRING 6.5 Input Wiring 87 6 Input wiring example Sink input [AC power supply type] *1 Handle the [...]

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    88 6 WIRING 6.5 Input Wiring Source input [AC po wer supply type] *1 Handle the power supply cir cui[...]

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    6 WIRING 6.6 Output Wiring 89 6 6.6 Output Wiring The output wiring of the CPU module and I/O module[...]

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    90 6 WIRING 6.6 Output Wiring Handling of relay output ■ Output terminal One common terminal is us[...]

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    6 WIRING 6.6 Output Wiring 91 6 Wiring precautions ■ Protection circuit for load short-circuiting [...]

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    92 6 WIRING 6.6 Output Wiring T ransistor output For output specifications of the CPU module, refer [...]

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    6 WIRING 6.6 Output Wiring 93 6 ■ Response time T ime taken from when the photocoupler of t he mod[...]

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    94 6 WIRING 6.6 Output Wiring ■ Cont act protection circuit for inductive loads When an inductive [...]

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    6 WIRING 6.6 Output Wiring 95 6 Output wiring example Relay output *1 The output circuit of the PLC [...]

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    96 6 WIRING 6.6 Output Wiring T ransistor output ■ Sink output type *1 The output circuit of the P[...]

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    6 WIRING 6.6 Output Wiring 97 6 ■ Source output type *1 The output circuit of the PLC does not hav[...]

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    98 6 WIRING 6.7 Analog Wiring 6.7 Analog Wiring Wiring to the built-in analog I/O terminals of the C[...]

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    6 WIRING 6.8 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses 99 6 6.8 Examples of Wiring for V arious Uses Notes[...]

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    100 6 WIRING 6.8 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses High-speed counter Examples of wiring for high-[...]

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    6 WIRING 6.8 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses 101 6 ■ Example of wiring (When 24 V DC ex ternal[...]

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    102 6 WIRING 6.8 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses 2-phase 2-count The wiring example s in this se[...]

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    6 WIRING 6.8 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses 103 6 ■ Example of wiring (When 24 V DC ex ternal[...]

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    104 6 WIRING 6.8 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses Interruption Examples of wiring for when the in[...]

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    6 WIRING 6.8 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses 105 6 Digit al Switch When DSW instructions are use[...]

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    106 6 WIRING 6.8 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses When BIN instructions are used Examples of wiri[...]

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    6 WIRING 6.8 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses 107 6 Input Matrix Examples of wiring to take ON/OF[...]

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    108 6 WIRING 6.8 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses Seven Segment with Latch For the instruct ions,[...]

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    6 WIRING 6.8 Examples of Wiring for Various Uses 109 6 When BCD instructions are used Examples of wi[...]

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    110 7 OPERA TION ADJUSTMENT 7.1 Preparation for Operation 7 OPERA TION ADJUSTMENT 7.1 Prep aration f[...]

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    7 OPERA TION ADJUSTMENT 7.1 Preparation for Operation 111 7 Procedure until operation The procedure [...]

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    112 7 OPERA TION ADJUSTMENT 7.1 Preparation for Operation Connection with a personal computer Connec[...]

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    7 OPERA TION ADJUSTMENT 7.2 Operation and Test 113 7 ■ Serial connection GX Works3 settings 7.2 Op[...]

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    114 7 OPERA TION ADJUSTMENT 7.3 Running, Stopping, and Resetting 7.3 Running, S topping, and Resetti[...]

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    8 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION 8.1 Daily Inspection 115 8 8 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION T o keep using [...]

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    116 8 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION 8.3 Battery 8.3 Battery Part names The Latch device memo ry and clo[...]

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    8 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION 8.3 Battery 117 8 3. Insert the battery connector (B in the figure belo[...]

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    118 8 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION 8.3 Battery Battery replacement Battery life and replacement guidel[...]

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    8 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION 8.3 Battery 119 8 3. Extract the old battery from the battery holder (&[...]

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    120 9 TROUBLESHOOTING 9.1 Troubleshooting Procedure 9 TROUBLESHOOTING Details on errors occurring in[...]

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    9 TROUBLESHOOTING 9.3 Troubleshooting using the engineering tool 121 9 Checking the ERR LED If the E[...]

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    122 9 TROUBLESHOOTING 9.3 Troubleshooting using the engineering tool Module diagnostics (CPU Diagnos[...]

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    9 TROUBLESHOOTING 9.4 Error Status and Ope rations on Occurrence of an Error 123 9 9.4 Error S t atu[...]

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    124 9 TROUBLESHOOTING 9.5 Backing Up the Data 9.5 Backing Up the Dat a Saving the fo llowing informa[...]

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    9 TROUBLESHOOTING 9.7 Troubleshooting for Each Symptom 125 9 9.7 T roubleshooting for Each Symptom W[...]

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    126 9 TROUBLESHOOTING 9.7 Troubleshooting for Each Symptom PLC write, PLC read PLC write cannot be p[...]

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    APPENDIX Appendix 1 How to Check the Date of Manufacture 127 A APPENDIX Appendix 1 How to Check the [...]

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    128 APPENDIX Appendix 2 Standards Appendix 2 St andards Certification of UL, cUL st andards FX5 supp[...]

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    APPENDIX Appendix 2 Standards 129 A Product comp atibility T yp e: Programmable controller (open typ[...]

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    130 APPENDIX Appendix 2 Standards Caution for when anal og product s are used It is recommended to p[...]

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    APPENDIX Appendix 2 Standards 131 A Caution for when the built -in Ethernet port is used • Use a s[...]

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    132 APPENDIX Appendix 3 I/O Module Appendix 3 I/O Module Product configuration There are various typ[...]

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    APPENDIX Appendix 3 I/O Module 133 A Powered input/output module : Sink, : Source S pecifications Th[...]

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    134 APPENDIX Appendix 3 I/O Module External color , weight, accessories ■ Input module/output modu[...]

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    APPENDIX Appendix 3 I/O Module 135 A Input specifications There is the simultaneous ON ratio of avai[...]

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    136 APPENDIX Appendix 3 I/O Module Output specifications There is the simultaneous ON ratio of avail[...]

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    APPENDIX Appendix 3 I/O Module 137 A ■ T ransistor output (sink output) ■ T ransistor output (so[...]

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    138 APPENDIX Appendix 3 I/O Module External dimensions and component names Input module/output modul[...]

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    APPENDIX Appendix 3 I/O Module 139 A Powered input/output module External dimensions Part names Mode[...]

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    140 APPENDIX Appendix 3 I/O Module T erminal layout FX5-8EX/ES FX5-8EYR/ES FX5-8EYT/ES FX5-8EYT/ESS [...]

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    APPENDIX Appendix 4 SD Memory Card 141 A Appendix 4 SD Memory Card Part names An SD memory card is i[...]

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    142 APPENDIX Appendix 4 SD Memory Card Insertion and removal of the SD memory card The following exp[...]

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    APPENDIX Appendix 5 Precautions for Battery Transportation 143 A Appendix 5 Precautions for Battery [...]

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    144 APPENDIX Appendix 6 Handling of Batteries and Devices with Built-in Batteries in EU Member State[...]

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    145 I INDEX B BAT LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Battery connector[...]

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    146 REVISIONS  2014 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORA TION Revision date Revision Description October 2[...]

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    147 W ARRANTY 1. Please confirm the following product warranty details before using this product. [G[...]

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    148 TRADEMARKS Microsoft  and Windows  are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Micro[...]

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    HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BUILDING, 2-7-3 MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN Specifications are [...]