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Features

Performance and practicality for machine control

Modern machine control requires system-wide synchronisation of motion axes with microsecond accuracy. The NX I/O system offers this timing accuracy and repeatability for a wide variety of in- and outputs. Its ultra-fast internal bus system is synchronised with the Distributed Clock of the EtherCAT network, resulting in system-wide deterministic I/O operation.

  • Ideal match with Sysmac Machine automation controllers and CJ2-series PLC's
  • Synchronous I/O updates, system-wide, with less than 1 μs jitter using EtherCAT
  • High density: up to 16 digital or 8 analog signals in 12 mm width
  • Removable wiring terminals for easy system assembly and testing

Networks

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Omron chose EtherCAT as control network for the Sysmac NJ Machine Controller series. The convenience of standard Ethernet cabling combined with extremely fast on-the-fly data exchange have resulted in a new machine control architecture. The resulting openness, modularity and determinism are the key elements in today's machine automation.

  • Using open standards for programming and networking assure exchangeability and interoperability with external systems
  • Modularity allows flexibility in system configurations for fast adaptation to end-user requirements
  • Determinism is needed to keep control of the machine while increasing performance and accuracy
EtherNet/IP uses the CIP protocol over standard Ethernet infrastructure to offer efficient yet reliable data exchange. Using the EtherNet/IP bus coupler, NX-series I/O - including safety control - can be connected to CJ/CS-series PLC's.

Performance

Since each set of NX-series I/O's on an EtherCAT coupler counts as just a single EtherCAT node, the overall network performance is hardly affected by the number of installed I/O units. Keeping the number of EtherCAT nodes to a minimum will help to keep the refresh cycle times of EtherCAT motion axes as low as possible, even at high I/O counts. Furthermore, local fault or damage to an I/O unit will not affect other EtherCAT nodes down the line. The internal bus of the NX-series is fully synchronised with the EtherCAT Distributed Clock. This assures exact timing of any in- or output unit in the control system to within 1 µs, wherever the I/O units are mounted.

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Design

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For the design of the NX-series, we used our experience in distributed I/O systems combined with customer feedback.

  • The units are compact, with a standard width of 12 mm per unit, yet offer up to 16 channels per unit
  • The front connectors feature toolless push-in wiring with 8 mm ferrules for wire up to 1.5 mm2
  • The terminals are removable to allow pre-wiring and safe step-by-step testing
  • Matching labels on unit and connector reduce the chance of incorrect assembly
  • You can insert 6 keys in the terminal and the unit to mechanically prevent a mismatch

Digital I/O Units

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The NX-series let you mix economical standard I/O's with high-speed synchronous models. The standard digital I/O's have 16 connections per unit, with a choice of:

  • 3-wire sensor connection with power supply (4-channel units)
  • 2-wire contact inputs or actuator outputs (8-channel-units)
  • 1-wire connection for sensors and actuators already connected to a common power supply (16-channel units)

High-speed I/O's all use 3-wire connection, and have On/Off response times of less than 300 ns. Using the EtherCAT Distributed Clock, all inputs can be latched, and outputs can be controlled synchronously, with less than 1 µs jitter.

For even more control over the exact I/O timing, time-stamp inputs will tell you the exact time of each signal transition. Similarly, time-stamp outputs anywhere in the EtherCAT network can be independently controlled with sub-microsecond accuracy.

Analog I/O Units

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Input signals from analog sensors, 4-20 mA transmitters, thermocouples or resistance thermometers can easily be connected and used for monitoring, data logging, trending or PID control. Analog units are offered with sampling times down to 10 µs per channel and high resolution (1:30,000). Built-in filtering, offset correction, broken wire- and overrange detection are all standard functions. The user can select from 12 different thermocouple characteristics, °C/°F and indication resolution down to 0.01 degree. With up to eight inputs in just 12 mm width, the NX-series are among the most compact modules on the market today.

High-speed analog input unit

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The High-speed Analog Input Unit allows an up to 5µs sampling rate on analog signals. The fast measuring of analog signals enables an improved quality inspection or a vibration analysis for predictive maintenance. Machine’s Quality and Availability can be improved resulting then in a better OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) rate. This unit can read up to 4 different signals at the same time by keeping the 5µs even if the 4 channels are used. The isolation between channels prevents from distortion between channels.

Position I/O Units

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Various types of encoder signals can be connected, from incremental to Synchronous Serial (SSI) encoders. The ability to synchronize the position data with the EtherCAT Distributed Clock means that the encoder can be used as a motion axis for gearing or following. Pulse outputs up to 500 kHz can be used for discrete control or positioning and can also be mapped as a motion axes when used with the Sysmac NJ machine controller.

IO-Link Master Unit

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IO-Link makes communication down to the sensor level visible

  • Machine downtime can be reduced.
  • Abnormality detection for shortest recovery.
  • Condition monitoring for predictive maintenance.
  • Individual identification for reduction of man hours.
  • NX Series Master unit with screw-less terminal block or GX Series with IP67 protection class for watery and dusty environments.
  • Up to 4 sensors can be connected with one NX Series IO-Link master unit.
  • Photoelectric and Proximity sensors available.

Integrated Safety

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Safety control units and safe in- and output units can be added to any NX-series EtherCAT I/O stations, to fully integrate safety and standard control in one network. The NX-series fulfills all safety Performance Levels from PL a to PL e. Since the standard NJ-series controllers (V1.06 and up) and NX-series bus couplers (V1.1 and up) can be used, standard control and safety can be scaled independently. More information

Temperature Control

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Optimize Control by Detecting Status Changes Easily Satisfy Both Productivity and Quality

  • Provide optimal control for wide range of temperature control. Furthermore, automatically adapts to changes in the operating environment and measurement object conditions to realize optimum control. (Adaptive control) 
  • Functions specialized for packaging machines (Temperature Sensors for Packaging Machines and Automatic Filter Adjustment) 
  • Function specialized for water-cooled extruders (Watercooling Output Adjustment)

Specifications & ordering info
Produkt Type of module Linear analog input type Temperature input type Linear analog output type Digital input type Digital output type Number of analog inputs Number of analog outputs Number of digital inputs Number of digital outputs Number of encoder input channels Number of pulse output channels Resolution of the analog inputs Resolution of the analog outputs Input circuit type Conversion time Control function Heater burnout detection Permitted voltage at input Output current Short-circuit protected outputs Max. encoder input frequency Max. pulse output frequency Signal processing Suitable for safety functions Memory size With certification Number of communication ports Communication port(s) I/O connection type Number of IOV (V+) terminals Number of IOG (V-) terminals Number of FG terminals
Analog I/O 4 to 20 mA None None 2 0 13 Bit Single-ended 0.5 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O 4 to 20 mA None None 2 0 13 Bit Differential 0.5 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O 4 to 20 mA None None 2 0 15 Bit Differential 0.02 ms/unit Synchronous FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O -10 to 10 V None None 2 0 13 Bit Single-ended 0.5 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O -10 to 10 V None None 2 0 13 Bit Differential 0.5 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O -10 to 10 V None None 2 0 15 Bit Differential 0.02 ms/unit Synchronous FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O 4 to 20 mA None None 4 0 13 Bit Single-ended 1 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O 4 to 20 mA None None 4 0 13 Bit Differential 1 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O 4 to 20 mA None None 4 0 15 Bit Differential 0.04 ms/unit Synchronous FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O -10 to 10 V None None 4 0 13 Bit Single-ended 1 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O -10 to 10 V None None 4 0 13 Bit Differential 1 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O -10 to 10 V None None 4 0 15 Bit Differential 0.04 ms/unit Synchronous FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O 4 to 20 mA None None 8 0 13 Bit Single-ended 2 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O 4 to 20 mA None None 8 0 13 Bit Differential 2 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O 4 to 20 mA None None 8 0 15 Bit Differential 0.08 ms/unit Synchronous FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O -10 to 10 V None None 8 0 13 Bit Single-ended 2 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O -10 to 10 V None None 8 0 13 Bit Differential 2 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O -10 to 10 V None None 8 0 15 Bit Differential 0.08 ms/unit Synchronous FALSE Push-in
Communication Free running FALSE Serial RS-232C
Communication Free running FALSE Serial RS-422, Serial RS-485
Communication Free running FALSE Serial RS-232C
Bus coupler TRUE 3 EtherNet/IP
Analog I/O None None 4 to 20 mA 0 2 13 Bit None 0.5 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None None 4 to 20 mA 0 2 15 Bit None 0.02 ms/unit Synchronous FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None None -10 to 10 V 0 2 13 Bit None 0.5 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None None -10 to 10 V 0 2 15 Bit None 0.02 ms/unit Synchronous FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None None 4 to 20 mA 0 4 13 Bit None 1 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None None 4 to 20 mA 0 4 15 Bit None 0.04 ms/unit Synchronous FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None None -10 to 10 V 0 4 13 Bit None 1 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None None -10 to 10 V 0 4 15 Bit None 0.04 ms/unit Synchronous FALSE Push-in
Encoder input Incremental encoder, NPN None 1 0 500 kHz 0 kHz Free running, Synchronous, Task period prioritized FALSE Push-in 4 4
Encoder input Incremental encoder, PNP None 1 0 500 kHz 0 kHz Free running, Synchronous, Task period prioritized FALSE Push-in 4 4
Encoder input Incremental encoder, Line driver (RS-422), NPN None 1 0 4000 kHz 0 kHz Free running, Synchronous, Task period prioritized FALSE Push-in 3 3
Encoder input Incremental encoder, Line driver (RS-422), PNP None 1 0 4000 kHz 0 kHz Free running, Synchronous, Task period prioritized FALSE Push-in 3 3
Encoder input Incremental encoder, NPN None 2 0 500 kHz 0 kHz Free running, Synchronous, Task period prioritized FALSE Push-in 2 2
Encoder input Incremental encoder, PNP None 2 0 500 kHz 0 kHz Free running, Synchronous, Task period prioritized FALSE Push-in 2 2
Bus coupler FALSE 2 EtherCAT Slave
Encoder input SSI encoder None 1 0 2000 kHz 0 kHz Free running, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 2 2
Encoder input SSI encoder None 2 0 2000 kHz 0 kHz Free running, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 2 2
Bus coupler FALSE 2 EtherNet/IP
Analog I/O -10 to 10 V, -5 to 5 V, 0 to 10 V, 0 to 20 mA, 0 to 5 V, 1 to 5 V, 4 to 20 mA None None 4 0 16 Bit 0 Bit Differential 0.02 ms/unit High speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in
Temperature control Current transformer None None None NPN 4 0 0 4 10 Bit 0 Bit Standard 10 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Temperature control Current transformer None None None PNP 4 0 0 4 10 Bit 0 Bit Standard 10 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Digital I/O AC voltage None 4 0 170-264 V FALSE Free running FALSE Push-in 0 0
Digital I/O NPN None 4 0 9-28.8 V FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 4 4
Digital I/O NPN None 4 0 15-28.8 V FALSE Free running, High speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 4 4
Digital I/O NPN None 4 0 15-28.8 V FALSE High speed, Timestamp FALSE Push-in 4 4
Digital I/O PNP None 4 0 9-28.8 V FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 4 4
Digital I/O PNP None 4 0 15-28.8 V FALSE Free running, High speed, Standard speed FALSE Push-in 4 4
Digital I/O PNP None 4 0 15-28.8 V FALSE High speed, Timestamp FALSE Push-in 4 4
Digital I/O NPN None 8 0 15-28.8 V FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 0 8
Digital I/O PNP None 8 0 15-28.8 V FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 8 0
Digital I/O PNP/NPN None 16 0 15-28.8 V FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE Screw 0 0
Digital I/O PNP/NPN None 16 0 15-28.8 V FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE MIL (plug not included) 0 0
Digital I/O NPN None 16 0 15-28.8 V FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 0 0
Digital I/O PNP None 16 0 15-28.8 V FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 0 0
Digital I/O PNP/NPN None 32 0 19-28.8 V FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE MIL (plug not included) 0 0
Digital I/O PNP/NPN None 32 0 19-28.8 V FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE FCN (plug not included) 0 0
IO-Link master IO-Link, PNP IO-Link, PNP 4 4 20.4-28.8 V 0.1 A TRUE Free running FALSE Push-in 0 0
Digital I/O PNP/NPN PNP 16 16 15-28.8 V 0.5 A FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE MIL (plug not included) 2 2
Digital I/O PNP/NPN PNP 16 16 15-28.8 V 0.5 A FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE FCN (plug not included) 2 2
Digital I/O PNP/NPN PNP 16 16 15-28.8 V 0.5 A TRUE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE MIL (plug not included) 2 2
Digital I/O None Relay NO 0 2 0-0 V 2 A FALSE Free running, Standard speed FALSE Push-in 0 0
Digital I/O None Relay NO+NC 0 2 0-0 V 2 A FALSE Free running, Standard speed FALSE Push-in 0 0
Digital I/O None Relay NO 0 8 0-0 V 2 A FALSE Free running, Standard speed FALSE Push-in 0 0
Digital I/O None NPN 0 2 0-0 V 0.5 A FALSE High speed, Timestamp FALSE Push-in 2 2
Digital I/O None PNP 0 2 0-0 V 0.5 A FALSE High speed, Timestamp FALSE Push-in 2 2
Digital I/O None NPN 0 4 0-0 V 0.5 A FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 4 4
Digital I/O None NPN 0 4 0-0 V 0.5 A FALSE Free running, High speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 4 4
Digital I/O None PNP 0 4 0-0 V 0.5 A FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 4 4
Digital I/O None PNP 0 4 0-0 V 0.5 A FALSE Free running, High speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 4 4
Digital I/O None PNP 0 4 0-0 V 2 A TRUE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 6 6
Digital I/O None NPN 0 8 0-0 V 0.5 A FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 8 0
Digital I/O None PNP 0 8 0-0 V 0.5 A FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 0 8
Digital I/O None NPN 0 16 0-0 V 0.5 A FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 0 0
Digital I/O None NPN 0 16 0-0 V 0.5 A FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE Screw 1 1
Digital I/O None NPN 0 16 0-0 V 0.5 A FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE MIL (plug not included) 2 2
Digital I/O None PNP 0 16 0-0 V 0.5 A FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE Push-in 0 0
Digital I/O None PNP 0 16 0-0 V 0.5 A TRUE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE Screw 1 1
Digital I/O None PNP 0 16 0-0 V 0.5 A TRUE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE MIL (plug not included) 2 2
Digital I/O None NPN 0 32 0-0 V 0.5 A FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE MIL (plug not included) 4 4
Digital I/O None NPN 0 32 0-0 V 0.5 A FALSE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE FCN (plug not included) 4 4
Digital I/O None PNP 0 32 0-0 V 0.5 A TRUE Free running, Standard speed, Synchronous FALSE MIL (plug not included) 4 4
Power connection FALSE Push-in 0 16 0
Power connection FALSE Push-in 16 0 0
Power connection FALSE Push-in 8 8 0
Power feed FALSE Push-in 2 2 2
Power feed FALSE Push-in 4 4 0
Power feed FALSE Push-in 4 4 0
Pulse output None NPN, Voltage pulse 0 1 0 kHz 500 kHz Synchronous, Task period prioritized FALSE Push-in 6 2
Pulse output None PNP, Voltage pulse 0 1 0 kHz 500 kHz Synchronous, Task period prioritized FALSE Push-in 2 6
Pulse output None Line driver (RS-422), NPN, Voltage pulse 0 2 0 kHz 4000 kHz Synchronous, Task period prioritized FALSE MIL (plug not included) 3 3
Pulse output None Line driver (RS-422), PNP, Voltage pulse 0 2 0 kHz 4000 kHz Synchronous, Task period prioritized FALSE MIL (plug not included) 3 3
Pulse output None Line driver (RS-422), NPN, Voltage pulse 0 4 0 kHz 4000 kHz Synchronous, Task period prioritized FALSE MIL (plug not included) 3 3
Pulse output None Line driver (RS-422), PNP, Voltage pulse 0 4 0 kHz 4000 kHz Synchronous, Task period prioritized FALSE MIL (plug not included) 3 3
Load cell Load cell None None 1 0 24 Bit 0 Bit Differential 0.125 ms/unit Free running, Synchronous FALSE FALSE Push-in
Load cell Load cell None None 1 0 24 Bit 0 Bit Differential 0.125 ms/unit Free running, Synchronous FALSE TRUE Push-in
Safety I/O PNP None 8 2 FALSE Free running TRUE Push-in 0 0
Safety I/O PNP None 4 2 FALSE Free running TRUE Push-in 0 0
Safety control 0 0 0 0 TRUE 512 kByte None
Safety control 0 0 0 0 TRUE 2048 kByte None
Safety control 0 0 0 0 TRUE 2048 kByte None
Safety control 0 0 0 0 TRUE 4096 kByte None
Safety I/O None PNP 0 4 0-0 V 0.5 A FALSE Free running TRUE Push-in 0 4
Safety I/O None PNP 0 2 0-0 V 2 A FALSE Free running TRUE Push-in 0 2
Power connection FALSE Push-in 0 0 2
Temperature control None B, C (WRe5-26), E, J, JPt100, K, L, N, P (PLII), Pt100, R, S, T, U None None PNP, PWM 2 0 0 2 Isolated 50 ms/unit Heat or cool TRUE Free running Push-in
Temperature control None B, C (WRe5-26), E, J, JPt100, K, L, N, P (PLII), Pt100, R, S, T, U None None PNP, PWM 2 0 0 2 Isolated 50 ms/unit Heat or cool FALSE Free running Push-in
Temperature control None B, C (WRe5-26), E, J, JPt100, K, L, N, P (PLII), Pt100, R, S, T, U None None PNP, PWM 2 0 0 4 Isolated 50 ms/unit Heat and cool FALSE Free running Push-in
Temperature control None B, C (WRe5-26), E, J, JPt100, K, L, N, P (PLII), Pt100, R, S, T, U 0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA None None 2 2 0 0 14 Bit Isolated 50 ms/unit Heat or cool FALSE Free running Push-in
Temperature control None B, C (WRe5-26), E, J, JPt100, K, L, N, P (PLII), Pt100, R, S, T, U None None PNP, PWM 4 0 0 4 Isolated 50 ms/unit Heat or cool TRUE Free running Push-in
Temperature control None B, C (WRe5-26), E, J, JPt100, K, L, N, P (PLII), Pt100, R, S, T, U None None PNP, PWM 4 0 0 4 Isolated 50 ms/unit Heat or cool FALSE Free running Push-in
Temperature control None B, C (WRe5-26), E, J, JPt100, K, L, N, P (PLII), Pt100, R, S, T, U None None PNP, PWM 4 0 0 8 Isolated 50 ms/unit Heat and cool FALSE Free running Push-in
Temperature control None B, C (WRe5-26), E, J, JPt100, K, L, N, P (PLII), Pt100, R, S, T, U 0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA None None 4 4 0 0 14 Bit Isolated 50 ms/unit Heat or cool FALSE Free running Push-in
Analog I/O None B, C (WRe5-26), E, J, K, L, N, P (PLII), R, S, T, U None 2 0 14 Bit Differential 250 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None B, C (WRe5-26), E, J, K, L, N, P (PLII), R, S, T, U None 2 0 17 Bit Differential 10 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None B, C (WRe5-26), E, J, K, L, N, P (PLII), R, S, T, U None 2 0 20 Bit Differential 60 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None Pt100, Pt1000 None 2 0 14 Bit Single-ended 250 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None Pt100 None 2 0 17 Bit Single-ended 10 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None Pt100, Pt1000 None 2 0 20 Bit Single-ended 60 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None B, C (WRe5-26), E, J, K, L, N, P (PLII), R, S, T, U None 4 0 14 Bit Differential 250 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None B, C (WRe5-26), E, J, K, L, N, P (PLII), R, S, T, U None 4 0 17 Bit Differential 10 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None B, C (WRe5-26), E, J, K, L, N, P (PLII), R, S, T, U None 4 0 20 Bit Differential 60 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None Pt100, Pt1000 None 4 0 14 Bit Single-ended 250 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None Pt100 None 4 0 17 Bit Single-ended 10 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
Analog I/O None Pt100, Pt1000 None 4 0 20 Bit Single-ended 60 ms/unit Free running FALSE Push-in
RFID Free running FALSE 1
RFID Free running FALSE 2
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Accessories

Ethernet cables and accessories

EtherCAT patch cables, improved shield

Shape

Connector 1

Connector 2

Material

Cable

Color

Length in cm

Order code

20

30

50

100

150

200

300

500

750

1000

1500

2000

 

M12 straight

M12 straight

PVC

AWG22, 2 pairs

Black

XS5W-T421-[.]M2-SS

 

M12 straight

RJ45

PVC

AWG22, 2 pairs

Black

XS5W-T421-[.]MC-SS

Note: For [.] fill in the 1-character length code.

Ethernet patch cables, standard RJ45 connectors

Shape

Connector 1

Connector 2

Material

Cable

Color

Length in cm

Order code

20

30

50

100

150

200

300

500

750

1000

1500

2000

 

RJ45 std.

RJ45 std.

LSZH

Cat6a S/FTP 4 pairs

Blue

XS6W-6LSZH8SS[...]CM-B

 

RJ45 std.

RJ45 std.

LSZH

Cat6a S/FTP 4 pairs

Yellow

XS6W-6LSZH8SS[...]CM-Y

 

RJ45 std.

RJ45 std.

LSZH

Cat6a S/FTP 4 pairs

Green

XS6W-6LSZH8SS[...]CM-G

 

RJ45 std.

RJ45 std.

PUR

Cat5e S/FTP 4 pairs

Green

XS6W-5PUR8SS[...]CM-G

Note: For [...] fill in the length in cm.

Ethernet patch cables, RJ45/M12 connectors

Shape

Connector 1

Connector 2

Material

Cable

Color

Length in cm

Order code

30

50

100

200

300

500

1000

1500

 

RJ45

RJ45

PVC

Cat5e Shielded Quad

Light Blue

A

B

C

D

E

G

J

K

XS5W-T421-[.]MD-K

 

M12 straight

M12 straight

PVC

Cat5e Shielded Quad

Light Blue

B

C

D

E

G

J

K

XS5W-T421-[.]M2-K

 

M12 straight

RJ45

PVC

Cat5e Shielded Quad

Light Blue

A

B

C

D

E

G

J

K

XS5W-T421-[.]MC-K

 

M12 angled

M12 angled

PVC

Cat5e Shielded Quad

Light Blue

B

C

D

E

G

J

K

XS5W-T422-[.]M2-K

 

M12 angled

RJ45

PVC

Cat5e Shielded Quad

Light Blue

A

B

C

D

E

G

J

K

XS5W-T422-[.]MC-K

Note: For [.] fill in the 1-character length code.

Specifications

Item

XS6W-6LSZH8SS_CM-_

XS6W-5PUR8SS_CM-G

Rated current

1 A (at 50°C)

Withstand voltage

1,000 VDC for 60 s (leakage current: 1 mA max.)

Ambient operating temperature

−20 to 60°C

−40 to 85°C

Ambient storage temperature

−20 to 60°C

−40 to 85°C

Ambient installation temperature

0 to 50°C

−10 to 60°C

Protective structure

IP20

IP20

Accessories

Ethernet cables and accessories

Accessories

Type

Connector

Specification

Color

Length

Order code

Ethernet installation cable

none

CAT 5, SF/UTP, 4 × 2 × AWG 24/1
(solid core), Polyurethane (PUR)

Green

100 m

WM IE-5IC4x2xAWG24/1-PUR

Ethernet installation cable

none

CAT 5, SF/UTP, 4 × 2 × AWG 26/7
(stranded core), Polyurethane (PUR)

100 m

WM IE-5CC4x2xAWG26/7-PUR

Ethernet socket

RJ45 socket

DIN-rail mount socket to terminate
installation cable in the cabinet

Grey

60 × 17.5 × 67 mm

WM IE-TO-RJ45-FJ-B

Ethernet field-mount plugs

Metal RJ45

for AWG22 to AWG26

Chrome

52 mm

WM IE-PS-RJ45-FH-BK

Ethernet field-mount plugs

Plastic RJ45

for AWG22 to AWG24

Black

52 mm

XS6G-T421-1

Industrial switching hubs

Shape

Functions

Ports

Failure detection

Power supply voltage

Order code

 

Quality of Service (QoS):

EtherNet/IP control data priority

Failure detection:

Broadcast storm and LSI error detection
10/100BASE-TX, Auto-negotiation

3

24.0 VDC±5%

W4S1-03B

 

5

W4S1-05B

W4S1-05C

EtherCAT junction slave

Shape

Functions

Ports

Power supply voltage

Order code

 

Creation of star- and tree topologies
in EtherCAT networks.

Distributed Clock (DC) is supported.

3

20.4 to 28.8 VDC

(24 VDC –15% to 20%)

GX-JC03

 

6

GX-JC06

 

Software

Sysmac Studio

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The Sysmac Studio provides one design and operation environment for configuration, programming, simulation and monitoring.
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Våra tekniker hjälper dig att välja rätt produkt för din applikation, att komma igång med de produkter du köpt eller att hantera olika projektlösningar. Tack vare vår On-Line support "myOMRON" kan vi även erbjuda teknisk support dygnet runt, året runt. Välj själv hur du vill komma i kontakt med oss.
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