This manual contains text, diagrams and explanations which will guide the reader in the correct installation and operation of the FX1S Series Programmable Controllers. It should be read and understood before attempting to install or use the unit. If in doubt at any stage of the installation of an FX1S Series Programmable Controller always consult a professional electrical engineer who is qualified and trained to the local and national standards which apply to the installation site. This manual is subject to change without notice. This manual provides information for the use of the FX1S.
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This manual contains text, diagrams and explanations which will guide the reader in the correct installation and operation of the FX1S Series Programmable Controllers. It should be read and understood before attempting to install or use the unit. If in doubt at any stage of the installation of an FX1S Series Programmable Controller always consult a professional electrical engineer who is qualified and trained to the local and national standards which apply to the installation site.
This manual is subject to change without notice. This manual provides information for the use of the FX1S. The manual has been written to be used by trained and competent personnel. The definition of such a person or persons is as follows: a Any engineer who is responsible for the planning, design and construction of automatic equipment using the product associated with this manual, should be of a competent nature, trained and qualified to the local and national standards required to fulfill that role.
These engineers should be fully aware of all aspects of safety with regards to automated equipment. These engineers should also be trained in the use and maintenance of the completed product. This includes being completely familiar with all associated documentation for said product. All maintenance should be carried out in accordance with established safety practices.
The operators should also be familiar with documentation which is connected with the actual operation of the completed equipment. Whenever any of the following symbols are encountered its associated note must be read and understood.
Each of the symbols used will now be listed with a brief description of its meaning. Software Warnings 4 Indicates special care must be taken when using this element of software. Under no circumstances will Mitsubishi Electric be liable for any consequential damage that may arise as a result of the installation or use of this equipment. All examples and diagrams shown in this manual are intended only as an aid to understanding the text, not to guarantee operation. Mitsubishi Electric will accept no responsibility for actual use of the product based on these illustrative examples.
Owing to the very great variety in possible application of this equipment, you must satisfy yourself as to its suitability for your specific application. Terminal Layouts Installation Notes Power Supply Table 1. To use equipment from square B and C - install module, use as required, remove and install next module.
If the PLC is powered On for less than 5 minutes, the above data is not saved! The capacitor backed memory will retain data for 10 days and the capacitor requires 30 minutes to recharge upon powerup. Note: All layouts are diagrammatic only and are intended to aid the creation of wiring diagrams.
When the products associated with this manual are used as a system or individually, they must be installed in a suitable enclosure. The enclosure should be selected and installed in accordance to the local and national standards. Table 3. D read from VR1, the top trim pot. D read from VR2, the bottom trim pot. A standard input X0 to X17 defined by the system parameters. Remotely from a personal computer or other programming peripheral. Please refer to Table 3. Figure 3. Never mount them to the floor or ceiling of an enclosure.
Units should not be installed in areas subject to the following conditions: excessive or conductive dust, corrosive or flammable gas, moisture or rain, excessive heat, regular impact shocks or excessive vibration. Take special care not to allow debris to fall inside the unit during installation e.
Once installation is complete remove the protective paper band to prevent overheating. To release, pull the spring loaded clips away from the rail and slide the unit off and up. Terminals screws should be tightened to between 0. Screw terminals must be secured to prevent a loose connection from causing a malfunction.
For greater detail and specifications of each optional unit, please see the relevant products manual. Always make sure the power is turned off, before installing a special function board.
Only one board can be used at one time, do not try to stack multiple boards. A Special function or optional equipment board. B Optional equipment connector port. C M3 screw to secure board. D Top cover for board. E M3 screw to secure top cover. Note: Do not remove this screw. Remove base unit top cover. Plug board A into connector B. Fix board to base unit using screws C. Secure top cover with M3 screw E.
C M3 screw to secure top cover. Remove the base unit top cover. If during the installation of these product or associated products concern is felt, please contact a professional electrician who is trained to the local and national standards applicable to the installation site. Do not run input signals in the same multicore cable as output signals or allow them to share the same wire.
Low voltage cables should be reliably separated or insulated with regard to high voltage cabling. If 10ms or more, the PLC will shut down V 1. Table 4. If 5 ms or more, the PLC will shut down 0. Circuit protector or Fuse? Emergency stop? Power supply switch? Power ON pilot indicator? Power supply for loads? Grounding resistor ? Main unit? MC PL? Ground resistance must be less than ?
Note that the ground cable must not be connected to the same ground as the power circuits. Grounding is recommended but if a proper ground cannot be provided the PLC will still operate correctly without being grounded. No more than 2 LEDs should be connected in series. If resistance Rp is less than the stated value, then add the Rb value using the Equation 1 calculation. If the current leakage is greater than the stated value, then add the Rb value using the equation 2 calculation.
Figure 5. Outputs Table 6. Inductive load Max. MC2 MC1? MC1 MC2 Z? Please note that the over current induced by in-rush greatly reduces the relay contacts service life. The rated life for an inductive AC load such as a contactor or solenoid valve is , operations at 20VA.
Table 6. If a response time of 0. Figure 6. If the high speed response is required, a current of 10 - mA must be used. Y2 MC1? Y4 Y5 Y3 MC2? Y3 MC2? Mechanical interlocks MUST be fitted to all safety critical circuits, see previous figures.
Check the power LED is lit. Down load a small test program into the PLC. Verify the program to ensure it has been written to the PLC correctly. Check the output LEDs for operation. Check the previously down loaded program works correctly. During this testing stage take extreme care not to touch any live or hazardous parts.
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