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Model No.

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
CJCTM Desorber system

D30 PV-C2DE2(M)
Batch No.: 880878

Technical Specification
TM

Type

CJC

Model

D30 PV-C2DE2

General arrangement

74 002 24-6 (rev. 1)

P&I diagram

74 004 29-8 (rev. 1)

Supply pump

PV4-18-4, 120 L/H

Rootsblower

WPB 25 make Rietschle

Condenser

HP10-1 make Nissen

Heat exchanger

B25 make SWEP

Control box

ID-No.
Nominal voltage:
Nom. frequency:
Electrical diagram:
Software version:

Transfer pump

PV4-18-4, 120 L/H

Noise level

< 70 dB(A)

Desorber Unit

n/a
3 x 400 V
50 Hz
08021 rev. AB3
D30_multi_1.00

Overload relay 1, F04:


Overload relay 2, F05:
Full load:
Max. pre-fuse:
Frequency software:

Only for indoor use


EC Declaration of Conformity on the last page of this book

0.68 A
1.36 A
13.5 A
20 A
D30_50_2.00

Instruction Manual

Table of contents
1

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................................................................. 3


1.1 Symbols and signs used in the documentation ................................................................................ 3
1.2 Notes, warnings and cautions .......................................................................................................... 4
1.2.1 General notes.............................................................................................................................. 4
1.2.2 General warnings and cautions .................................................................................................. 6
1.2.3 Warnings and cautions for mobile CJC Desorber system ...................................................... 8
1.2.4 Intended use and limitations ....................................................................................................... 9
1.3 Arrangement and drawings ............................................................................................................ 10
1.3.1 Drawing no. 74 002 24-6 (rev. 1) .............................................................................................. 10
1.3.2 Drawing no. 44 003 14-4 (rev. 1) (mobile unit) ........................................................................ 10
1.3.3 Drawing no. 44 003 15-4 (rev. 1) .............................................................................................. 10
1.3.4 Drawing no. 53 011 21-4 (rev. 1) .............................................................................................. 10
1.3.5 Drawing no. 74 004 29-8 (rev. 1) .............................................................................................. 10
1.3.6 Drawing no. 58 018 07-4 (rev. 1) .............................................................................................. 10
Reaction Chamber complete ................................................................................................................ 10
1.4 General Description and Operating Principle ................................................................................. 13
1.4.1 General Description .................................................................................................................. 13
1.4.2 Working principle....................................................................................................................... 13

TAKING DELIVERY OF A CJC DESORBER SYSTEM .................................................................. 14


2.1 Unpacking ....................................................................................................................................... 14
2.2 Inspection upon receipt .................................................................................................................. 14
2.2.1 Storage until installation ............................................................................................................ 14

INSTALLATION OF CJCTM DESORBER UNIT ................................................................................... 15


3.1 Stationary Units .............................................................................................................................. 15
3.1.1 Mechanical requirements: ......................................................................................................... 15
3.2 Mobile Units .................................................................................................................................... 16
3.2.1 Mechanical requirements .......................................................................................................... 16

STARTING UP ...................................................................................................................................... 17

NORMAL OPERATING AND DRAINAGE ........................................................................................... 18


5.1 Normal Operation ........................................................................................................................... 18
5.2 Drainage ......................................................................................................................................... 18

CONTROL AND ALARM SYSTEM...................................................................................................... 19


6.1 Control system................................................................................................................................ 19
6.2 Alarm system .................................................................................................................................. 19

TROUBLE SHOOTING ........................................................................................................................ 20

MAINTENANCE.................................................................................................................................... 21

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COMPONENT SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................... 22


9.1 Electrical diagram ........................................................................................................................... 22
9.2 Pumps PV4-18-4 ............................................................................................................................ 22
9.3 Temperature switches .................................................................................................................... 22
9.4 Omron Compact General Purpose Inverter.................................................................................... 22
9.5 Electronical Programmable Relay ZEN-20C1DR-DV2 .................................................................. 22
9.6 Rootsblower WPB 25 ..................................................................................................................... 22
9.7 Condenser HP10-1 make Nissen ................................................................................................... 22

10 EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY .............................................................................................. 30

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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

1.1 Symbols and signs used in the documentation


DANGER
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury

WARNING
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result
in death or serious injury.

CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.
NOTE!
Point out generally important information.

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1.2 Notes, warnings and cautions


1.2.1

General notes
NOTE!
Before installing the CJC Desorber system, ensure personnel transporting and installing
it are qualified and have read and fully understood this instruction manual.
NOTE!
Installation of the electrical power supply must only be carried out by qualified personnel.
Relevant requirements from national standards concerning electrical installation must be
applied.
NOTE!
Do NOT attempt to repair or disassemble the CJC Desorber system or any of its
components within the warranty period, unless special permission has been granted in
writing by C.C. JENSEN. Failure to seek said permission will cause the warranty on the
said parts to be void.
NOTE!
When ordering spare parts or requesting technical assistance, always state the batch
number of the CJC Desorber system (see front page of this instruction manual or name
plate on the CJC Desorber system supplied).
Use only original spare parts.
NOTE!
Do NOT clean the CJC Desorber system by using a pressure washer. Use a general
purpose cleaner only.

C.C.JENSENs product liability does not cover technical modifications to the CJC Desorber system or
its electrical system unless C.C.JENSEN has accepted such extensions of liability in writing.
If any parts of the machinery are modified or if any parts are replaced with other than original parts, a new
risk assessment and a new CE declaration must be made.

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NOTE!
Never use tapered thread when connecting the CJC Desorber system, due to risk of
cracks in the material.
NOTE!
Never use fittings or pipes made of copper, copper alloys or with a galvanized surface due
to risk of accelerating oil degradation.
NOTE!
All types of oil are potential threats to the environment and as such they must NOT be
drained into ordinary sewers or dumped. Always check that all oil-carrying components
are sealed and do not leak before operating the CJC Desorber system.
NOTE!
Service life can be shortened if exposed to severe vibrations.
Install vibration dampers if relevant.
NOTE!
On completion of installation or service, all safety and protective equipment must be reinstalled and made operative again prior to restarting the machine. Never disable, modify,
or by-pass any safety locks.

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1.2.2

General warnings and cautions

DANGER
EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES
The CJC Desorber system may only be used in explosive atmospheres when
marked with
sign.
A CJC Desorber system labelled with an EX mark ( ) is suitable for use in
accordance with the ATEX directive and in the specified explosion hazard areas as
marked on the nameplate and in the technical data sheet. Be sure to observe any
restrictions on use.

DANGER
COMPRESSED AIR OR GASES
Pressurising any part of the CJC Desorber system with compressed air or other
compressed gases may lead to explosion, causing death or serious injury.
Leak testing of the CJC Desorber system must only be carried out with
atmospheric air at a pressure of less than 0.5 bar.

WARNING
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE
Contact may cause electric shock or burns.
Turn off and lock primary and control circuit power disconnecting switch before
installing or servicing.
Keep all panels and covers securely in place.

WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
Different electrical potential between adjacent machinery may cause electrical shock.
The CJC Desorber system must be supplied from the same electrical source as
any machinery connected or adjacent machinery must be inter-connected by an
equipotential bonding wire.

WARNING
SLIPPERY FLOORS
Oil spillage may cause injury.
Always clean up spilled oil and repair leaks.

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WARNING
HOT SURFACES
Piping and filter housing may contain hot oil.
Contact may cause burns.
Allow to cool before servicing.

WARNING
TRANSPORTATION
Use only approved lifting gear.
Connect lifting gear to the appropriate lifting eyes according to instructions.

WARNING
SKIN CONTACT WITH OIL
Skin contact with oil can cause allergic reaction.
Wear suitable gloves, chemical resistant disposable clothing and goggles when
servicing or repairing.

CAUTION
HIGH AMBIENT TEMPERATURES
High ambient temperature may cause malfunction of the electrical components.
Do NOT expose the CJC Desorber system to ambient temperatures higher than
stated in this instruction manual.

CAUTION
UNINTENDED OPERATION OF SHUT-OFF VALVES
Unintended operation of manually operated shutoff valves may disturb the safe and
correct functioning of the CJC Desorber system or the machinery connected.
Manually operated shut-off valves must be secured against unintended activation
during operation.

CAUTION
UNINTENDED DRAINAGE OF MACHINERY MAIN SYSTEM OIL RESERVOIR
Erroneous operation, component failure or leaks may drain the main system oil tank.
User must install necessary equipment or apply procedures to monitor oil level in
the main system oil tank.

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1.2.3

Warnings and cautions for mobile CJC Desorber system

WARNING
MOBILE DESORBER SYSTEMS ON WHEELS MAY GET OUT OF CONTROL
If relocating manually, ensure surface is smooth and level.
If relocating with powered machinery, e.g. forklift truck, ensure that the CJC
Desorber system is properly secured.
Wheels must be locked when the CJC Desorber system is in operation.

WARNING
MOBILE CJC DESORBER SYSTEMS MAY UNINTENDEDLY MOVE AWAY FROM ITS
POSITION
After relocation, the CJC Desorber system must be safely secured to the building
structure.

WARNING
IF NOT SECURED TO THE BUILDING STRUCTURE, THE MOBILE CJC DESORBER
SYSTEM CAN ACCIDENTALLY FALL OVER
Use appropriate platforms when servicing the mobile CJC Desorber system. Do
NOT climb on the mobile CJC Desorber system.

WARNING
IF THE CJC DESORBER SYSTEM CONTAINS OIL DURING RELOCATION,
UNFORESEEN FORCES AND MOVEMENTS MAY OCCUR
Always drain completely before relocating.

CAUTION
RELOCATION OF MOBILE CJC DESORBER SYSTEMS
Relocation of the CJC Desorber system can cause oil spillage.
Make sure that the CJC Desorber system is completely drained before relocating.
Make sure that the hoses/piping are disconnected and sealed or plugged before
relocating.

CAUTION
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION OF MOBILE CJC DESORBER SYSTEMS
Before putting the CJC Desorber system into service, always check direction of
rotation of the pumps.

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1.2.4

Intended use and limitations

The CJC Desorber system must NOT be used for other fluids or machinery than intended for at the
time of acquisition from C.C. JENSEN A/S. For other application please contact C.C.JENSEN A/S.
The CJC Desorber system must NOT be used onboard aircrafts.
The CJC Desorber system must NOT be used for any liquids used in the direct processing of
foods.

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1.3 Arrangement and drawings


In this section you can find the relevant documents for the components used in the CJC Desorber
system.
1.3.1

Drawing no. 74 002 24-6 (rev. 1)

General Arrangement
1.3.2

Drawing no. 44 003 14-4 (rev. 1) (mobile unit)

Assembly drawing
List of components
1.3.3

Drawing no. 44 003 15-4 (rev. 1)

Assembly drawing
List of components
1.3.4

Drawing no. 53 011 21-4 (rev. 1)

Installation drawing
1.3.5

Drawing no. 74 004 29-8 (rev. 1)

Piping diagram
1.3.6 Drawing no. 58 018 07-4 (rev. 1)
Reaction Chamber complete

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CCJ Drawing 44 003 14-4
CJCTM Desorber type D30 PV-C2DE2M (Mobile unit)

Item

CCJ part number

Description

Qty.

FD31877

Rootsblower WPB 25

FD31666

Condenser HP10-1

FB5301122

Frame

Plano 58 018 07-4

Desorbing chamber

FD31667

Temperature switch KP78

FD31668

Temperature switch KP81

FD31664/050

Heat exchanger B25

FB5903203

Drip pan

FD35100

Wheel, turnable

10

FB5601420

Sampling point no. 1

11

FD35101

Wheel, fixed

12

FD32241

Plug

13

FD35115

Flexible hose incl.

14

Sensor sleeve for KP-temperature switch

15

FD31501

Cable with CE-plug

16

FB5602214-H

Supply pump PV4-18-4 incl. motor

17

FD32215

Plug

18

FD31382

Control box no. 08021

19

FD33098

Level switch

20

Sensor sleeve for KP-temperature switch

21

FB5602214-H

Discharge pump PV4-18-4 incl. motor

22

FD4300605

Cyclone

23

FS1003

Quick release couplings, female - Oil outlet

24

FS1003

Quick release couplings, female - Oil inlet

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CCJ Drawing 44 003 15-4


CJCTM Desorber type D30 PV-C2DE2

Item

CCJ part number

Description

Qty.

FD31877

Rootsblower WPB 25

FD31666

Condenser HP10-1

FB5301122

Frame

Plano 58 018 07-4

Desorbing chamber

FD31667

Temperature switch KP78

FD31668

Temperature switch KP81

FD31664/050

Heat exchanger B25

FB5903203

Drip pan

FB5601420

Sampling point no. 1

10

FD32241

Plug

11

Sensor sleeve for KP-temperature switch

12

FB5602214-H

Supply pump PV4-18-4 incl. motor

13

FD31382

Control box no. 08021

14

FD33098

Level switch

15

Sensor sleeve for KP-temperature switch

16

FB5602214-H

Discharge pump PV4-18-4 incl. motor

17

FD4300605

Cyclone

18

FD32651

Ball valve 2-way 22 Pister Oil outlet

19

FD32651

Ball valve 2-way 22 Pister Oil inlet

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1.4 General Description and Operating Principle
1.4.1

General Description

The purpose of the Desorber is to remove water from oil systems where the normal mechanical means of
water removal, i.e., settling or coalescing, are unable to perform. This inability is typically caused by a
system lay-out where settling is impossible, or by the use of highly hygroscopic or emulsifying oils.
The Desorber removes the water by means of evaporation, utilizing the fact that warm air is able to
contain more water vapour than cold air: Cool, dry air is blown through warm oil, thereby being saturated
with vapour as its temperature rises, and the water is consequently removed from the oil.
The Desorber is schematically illustrated on the previous page and comprises the following main
components:

1.4.2

Supply pump
Desorbing chamber with air distributor and heating element.
Discharge pump.
Heat exchanger.
Air blower.
Air cooled condenser with fan.
Cyclone.
Control panel.
Instruments and control switches.
Working principle

The supply pump draws the oil from the contaminated system and pumps it through the heat exchanger
to the desorbing chamber, where the oil is heated to final process temperature by the electric heating
element. The heat exchanger serves as an energy saver as the incoming oil is heated by the processed
outgoing oil.
In the desorbing chamber the oil flows downwards, meeting the upstreaming air from the air distributor in
a counter-flow, and it exits the chamber through the discharge pumps suction line.
The air / oil / water mixture passes a number of deflector plates and a demister on its way up through the
chamber, thereby expelling the oil particles before entering the condenser via the air outlet.
In the condenser the saturated air is cooled to a temperature below its dew point, thereby expelling the
vapour as water droplets, which are then separated from the air stream in the cyclone. From the cyclone
the water drains to a water outlet from where it can be collected.
The air exits the cyclone and is drawn into the blower where the heat of the compression lowers the
relative humidity of the air, meaning that it is again ready to absorb water from the oil in the desorbing
chamber.
The discharge pump presses the oil through the heat ex-changer to the oil outlet through which it returns
to the oil system.
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TAKING DELIVERY OF A CJC DESORBER SYSTEM

2.1 Unpacking
Check that the packaging is undamaged.

2.2 Inspection upon receipt


Check that the CJC Desorber system and all accessories are undamaged. If damage is found, a
damage report should be sent to the company responsible for the shipping (include photographs if
relevant). Batch number of the CJC Desorber system must be included in the damage report.
Storage until installation
NOTE!
If the CJC Desorber system is not to be installed immediately after delivery, the filter
must be stored in its original delivery packaging and in acceptable conditions. A dry
storage room with relative humidity not exceeding 60% is considered acceptable.
NOTE!
Outdoor storage under cover is accepted only for a short time and requires adequate
protection against all harmful impacts of the climate.
NOTE!
The CJC Desorber system must be handled with care, do not drop and protect against
mechanical damage.

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INSTALLATION OF CJCTM DESORBER UNIT

Please see installation drawing (53 011 21-4) and assembly drawings (44 003 14-4 / 44 003 154) for reference.

3.1 Stationary Units


3.1.1 Mechanical requirements:
Oil in- and outlets are equipped with 22 mm cutting ring type pipe fittings for external connection.
The external piping must be supported and stress-free in order not to damage supply pump and heat
exchanger, and the length of the suction line must not exceed the following values:
ISO 150 oil / 20C tank temperature = Max. 6 metres.
ISO 150 oil / 40C tank temperature = Max. 20 metres.
ISO 220 oil / 20C tank temperature = Max. 4 metres.
ISO 220 oil / 40C tank temperature = Max. 15 metres.
Use pipes with larger inner diameter if the Desorber cannot be installed within these limits, or contact
C.C. Jensen for further information.
The water drain outlet should preferably be able to discharge freely into a drip pan or similar, but a drain
hose of 1-2 metres is allowed.

CAUTION
Do not under any circumstances connect the water drain outlet to a pipe installation
where back-pressure might arise as this will jeopardize the correct function of the
Desorber.
Make sure that service and maintenance areas, as indicated on the installation drawing (53 011 21-4),
are available.
Electrical requirements:
Connect the Desorber according to the electric circuit diagram in chapter 9.1 of this manual. Observe
local rules and regulations.

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3.2 Mobile Units


3.2.1

Mechanical requirements

Connect the Desorber to the oil system using the hoses, which can be delivered with the unit.
If longer hoses are required due to lack of access, use larger hoses or contact C.C. Jensen for further
information.
Regarding the water outlet, follow the recommendations given above.
Electrical requirements:
Connect the Desorber's CE-type plug to a similar socket. Make sure the socket's current rating does not
exceed the Desorber's rating. Observe local rules and regulations.

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STARTING UP

Observe chapter 3 "Installation".


1.

For stationary Desorber open inlet and outlet valves. For mobile Desorber connect quick release
couplings inlet and outlet.

2.

Put the main switch in ON position.

3.

Start the Desorber briefly by turning the run/drain switch in run position and check the supply pump
for correct counter-clockwise rotation; change the power supply phase sequence if necessary.

4.

Start the Desorber. It will automatically go through a filling sequence and hereafter run automatically.

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NORMAL OPERATING AND DRAINAGE

5.1 Normal Operation


During normal operation after the filling sequence, the supply and discharge pumps will run continuously;
the latter at a variable speed controlled by the EPR (Electronical Programmable Relay) and frequency
inverter according to the fluid level in the desorbing chamber.
The temperature control thermostat is factory preset for a process oil temperature of 70C, and will switch
on and off the electric heating element in order to maintain this temperature.
The water extracted by the Desorber will ALWAYS, to an extent, be contaminated with oil. The ratio
depends, among other things, on the initial content of water and the hygroscopic properties of the oil.

CAUTION
It is therefore strictly prohibited to dispose of the water through normal sanitation
drains or sewers !!
Observe local rules and regulations regarding chemical waste !!

5.2 Drainage
The Desorber has an automatic draining sequence mode intended to be used when the unit has to be
moved to another location or when another oil type is to be treated. The draining sequence is fully
automatic, and the unit can therefore be left unattended during draining.
The discharge pump will drain the unit at high speed until its empty. EPR regulate the speed by means of
high level sensor and low level sensor, and is controlled by means of a 3-valve solenoid valve. The
chamber is emptied at low speed.

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CONTROL AND ALARM SYSTEM

6.1 Control system


The Desorber is EPR-controlled and works automatically in both operating modes: RUN and DRAIN. The
speeds of the supply pump, blower and cooling fan are constant, whereas the speed of the discharge
pump is varied by means of the frequency inverter integrated in the control box.
Speed setting, heat enabling and pump action is controlled by the EPR through inputs from the level
switches on the desorbing chamber and the temperature control thermostat.
Furthermore, additional safety against overheating is secured through the manual reset type temperature
switch, and the system is protected against excessive pressure by the built-on pressure switch.

6.2 Alarm system


The Desorber is equipped with an alarm and shut-down system monitoring the following malfuntions:

High oil level


High temperature cut-out
Motor overload cut-out

The shut-down system will stop either the supply pump or the whole desorbing process depending on the
nature of the alarm. When an alarm is raised, the common alarm will lit.
After a high level alarm occurs the unit automatically starts to drain the chamber, if the alarm is reset, the
unit go back to normal running.
After shut-down, desorbing cannot be resumed before the fault has been corrected and the indication
lamp is extin-guished through an additional activation of the reset button.
The Desorber is equipped with a Normally Closed alarm output for remote indication purpose.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING

Failure

Cause

Remedy

High oil level alarm

Oil is foaming due to worn-out antifoaming additives

Analyze oil and add new additives

Overload alarm

High temperature cut-out

Check temperature settings


Check temperature switches

Motor overload cut-out

Check motor insulation level

Condenser fouled internally

Dismantle and flush condenser

Low efficiency

Condenser fouled externally

Excessive oil in
expelled water

Clean condenser with compressed air

Fouled demister in chamber

Draw out insert and clean demister

Fouled/carbonized heater

Draw out insert and clean heater

Too low temperature

Increase temperature setting

Too low oil viscosity

Descrease temperature setting

Oil is foaming due to worn-out antifoaming additives

Analyze oil and add new additives

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Lvholmen 13 DK-5700 Svendborg Denmark
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Feb. 2012 / Rev. A

Instruction Manual

MAINTENANCE

The Desorber requires very little maintenance apart from routine inspections.

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Instruction Manual

COMPONENT SPECIFICATIONS

In this section you can find the relevant specification documents for the components used in the CJC
Desorber system.

9.1 Electrical diagram


9.2 Pumps PV4-18-4
9.3 Temperature switches
9.4 Omron Compact General Purpose Inverter
9.5 Electronical Programmable Relay ZEN-20C1DR-D-V2
9.6 Rootsblower WPB 25
9.7 Condenser HP10-1 make Nissen

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Instruction Manual

9.1

Control Box

9.1.1

Control box, electrical diagram, drawing 08021 rev. AB3

9.1.2

Start-up and Maintenance of Switchboards

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Customer:

C. C. Jensen A/S

Plant:

Control panel for


Desorber D 30
With optical sensor
Blower - Overload relay 1,0 - 4,0A
Pump - Overload relay 0,32-1,25A

Voltage:
3 x 400/415V 50/60Hz
Full load:
--A
Largest load:
--A
Max. Ik:
16kA
Min. Ik:
220A
Max. fuse:
20A gL
Degree of protection:
IP65
Ambient temperature:
0-40C
Customer:

ID-no.:

Draw.no.:
08021

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Index

Lay-out front
09-01-2012 13:17:50

L1

Lay-out baseplate
09-01-2012 09:59:38

L2

Power circuit diagram


09-01-2012 12:31:40

Power circuit diagram


09-01-2012 10:11:30

Lay-out PLC
09-01-2012 09:59:48

Circuit diagram Input I0 - I3


09-01-2012 09:59:48

Circuit diagram Input I4 - I7


09-01-2012 09:59:48

Circuit diagram Input I8 - Ib


09-01-2012 10:06:02

Circuit diagram Output Q0 - Q1


09-01-2012 09:59:48

Circuit diagram Output Q2 - Q4


09-01-2012 09:59:48

Circuit diagram Output Q5 - Q7


09-01-2012 10:06:16

Terminal connection
09-01-2012 09:59:48

10

Terminal connection
09-01-2012 09:59:48

11

Parts description
09-01-2012 13:18:02

12

Customer:

ID-no.:

Draw.no.:
08021

Page:

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10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

-A1
400

Off
Run Drain

200

Common alarm
Reset

-S4

-S9

D
500

500

-Q0

G
20
0

Right side

Rev:

Date:

Constr./

Appr.:

Draw.:
AB
AB1

08-09-17
09-10-26

--/ALR
--/NIT

Appr.

Plant:

CCJ:
REC
REC

JHO
JHO

AB2

11-07-07

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB3

12-01-09

--/NIT

REC

JHO

Control panel for


Desorber D 30
With optical sensor
Title: Lay-out front

Customer:

ID-no.:

Draw.no.:

08021 Page:

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11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

B
24VDC
power
supply

Relay

Zen module

Contactors
Overload relays

Frequency
inverter

Terminals

Rev:

Date:

Constr./

Appr.:

Draw.:
AB
AB1

08-09-17
09-10-26

--/ALR
--/NIT

Appr.

Plant:

CCJ:
REC
REC

JHO
JHO

AB2

11-07-07

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB3

12-01-09

--/NIT

REC

JHO

Control panel for


Desorber D 30
With optical sensor
Title: Lay-out baseplate

Customer:

ID-no.:

Draw.no.:

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11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

A
U

U
2.1
V
2.1
W
2.1

V
W

(6/3)
(8/16)

-F04

(8/8)

(8/16)

(9/4)

-Q03

-Q04
2

-Q05

*
6

0,32-*-1,25A

D
5

-Q0

-F05

*
6

(6/4)
(9/4)

110

1,0-*-4,0A

109

108

107

106

105

102

101

100

EARTH

-W03

3
Blower
*

M
3

-M04

Cooling fan
*

-M05A

G
U

-M05

GNYE

BU

-R03

3
Supply pump
*

Heater
*

Max. In 11A
* See manual for actual setting and specification

Rev:

Date:

Constr./

Appr.:

Draw.:
AB
AB1

08-09-17
09-10-26

--/ALR
--/NIT

Appr.

Plant:

CCJ:
REC
REC

JHO
JHO

AB2

11-07-07

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB3

12-01-09

--/NIT

REC

JHO

Control panel for


Desorber D 30
With optical sensor
Title: Power circuit diagram

Customer:

4V2

BK

4U2

-W04

-X1
GNYE

WH

BK

3V2

3W2

BN

-X1
GNYE

BK

WH

3U2

2V2

2W2

-W05A

BN

2U2

-X1
GNYE

BK

WH

Supply
*

1V2

-W05

1W2

BN

GNYE

-W1000

-X1

1U2

-X0

EARTH
2.1

1PE1

104

103

ID-no.:

Draw.no.:

08021 Page:

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11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

A
U
1.20
V
1.20
W
1.20

U
V
W

T06.S1
9.7
2AT

-Q06

6
206

207

208

L1

L2

L3

204

203

202

201

200

Setting 4A

-F3
-F2
-F1

T06.S2
9.11

T06.SC
9.11

-T1

+V

-V

OI

PCS

AM

P24

ON
OFF

S8

AL2

AL1 205

AL0

N/-

P/+

ON
OFF

PD/+1

S7

11

CM2

L3

L2

L1

-T06

E
-T06.AL1
6.5

+24V
3.1

-T06.AL0
6.5

0VDC
3.1

EARTH
1.20

EARTH
3.1

BK

GNYE

BN

WH

24VDC
power supply
**

-W06

-M06

M
3

Discharge pump
*

* See manual for actual setting and specification


** - Shield to be connected in both ends
Rev:

Date:

Constr./

Appr.:

Draw.:
AB
AB1

08-09-17
09-10-26

--/ALR
--/NIT

Appr.

Plant:

CCJ:
REC
REC

JHO
JHO

AB2

11-07-07

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB3

12-01-09

--/NIT

REC

JHO

Control panel for


Desorber D 30
With optical sensor
Title: Power circuit diagram

Customer:

ID-no.:

Draw.no.:

08021 Page:

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11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

A
+24V

+24V

0VDC
2.19,4.1

0VDC

B
-K1
+

COM

C
OMRON
ZEN-20C1DR-D-V2

DEL

ALT

D
ESC

OK

E
Q0

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4/5

Q6/7

+24V
2.19
EARTH
2.20

+24V
4.1
EARTH
4.1

Rev:

Date:

Constr./

Appr.:

Draw.:
AB
AB1

08-09-17
09-10-26

--/ALR
--/NIT

Appr.

Plant:

CCJ:
REC
REC

JHO
JHO

AB2

11-07-07

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB3

12-01-09

--/NIT

REC

JHO

Control panel for


Desorber D 30
With optical sensor
Title: Lay-out PLC

Customer:

ID-no.:

Draw.no.:

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11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

A
+24V
3.20
0VDC
3.1

-B2

BN

-W3

-X12

3+

BU

-X12

3-

BN

-B1

-X12

2+

-W2

BU

-X12

2-

BN

-B0

-X12

1+

-W1

BU

-X12

1-

BN

BU

-W0

-X12

0+

-X12

0-

+24V
5.1
0VDC
5.1

B
/

-B3

C
LH

-W3

-X12

-X12

SD

WH

-W2

WH

-X12

SU

-X12

-W1

WH

WH

-W0

HE

403

402

401

400

E
Term.
Adr.
Ref.

Term.
Adr.
Ref.

I0
I0
-K1

Term.
Adr.
Ref.

I1
I1
-K1
Heat enabling

Oil level high

I2
I2
-K1

Term.
Adr.
Ref.

Speed up

I3
I3
-K1
Speed down

G
EARTH
3.20

EARTH
5.1

Rev:

Date:

Constr./

Appr.:

Draw.:
AB
AB1

08-09-17
09-10-26

--/ALR
--/NIT

Appr.

Plant:

CCJ:
REC
REC

JHO
JHO

AB2

11-07-07

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB3

12-01-09

--/NIT

REC

JHO

Control panel for


Desorber D 30
With optical sensor
Title: Circuit diagram Input I0 - I3

Customer:

ID-no.:

Draw.no.:

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11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

A
+24V
4.20
0VDC
4.20

+24V
6.1
0VDC
6.1

13

-S6
t

1 2 3

-W7

12

-W6

Remote stop
or loop

-S7

14

24

-S4

11

23

-W7

-W6
1 - Run
2 - Off
3 - Drain

-X12

7+

-X12

6+

D
-X12

501

500

-X12

503

502

E
Term.
Adr.
Ref.

Term.
Adr.
Ref.

I4
I4
-K1
Run

Term.
Adr.
Ref.

I5
I5
-K1
Drain

I6
I6
-K1

Term.
Adr.
Ref.

Temperature control

I7
I7
-K1
Remote stop

G
EARTH
4.20

EARTH
6.1

Rev:

Date:

Constr./

Appr.:

Draw.:
AB
AB1

08-09-17
09-10-26

--/ALR
--/NIT

Appr.

Plant:

CCJ:
REC
REC

JHO
JHO

AB2

11-07-07

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB3

12-01-09

--/NIT

REC

JHO

Control panel for


Desorber D 30
With optical sensor
Title: Circuit diagram Input I4 - I7

Customer:

ID-no.:

Draw.no.:

08021 Page:

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11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

A
+24V
5.20

+24V
7.1

-X12

(1/7)

-S9

-T06.AL1
2.12

14

(1/13)

-SB
98

-F05
98

-F04

13

97

97

-T06.AL0
2.12

-Wb

8+

-Wb

-X13.03B
8.10

D
8

600

-X12
601

608

601

E
Term.
Adr.
Ref.

Term.
Adr.
Ref.

I8
I8
-K1
Overload

Term.
Adr.
Ref.

I9
I9
-K1
Reset
high oil level

Ia
Ia
-K1

Term.
Adr.
Ref.

High temperature
cut-out

Ib
Ib
-K1
Leak detection

0VDC
5.20
EARTH
5.20

0VDC
7.1
EARTH
7.1

Rev:

Date:

Constr./

Appr.:

Draw.:
AB
AB1

08-09-17
09-10-26

--/ALR
--/NIT

Appr.

Plant:

CCJ:
REC
REC

JHO
JHO

AB2

11-07-07

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB3

12-01-09

--/NIT

REC

JHO

Control panel for


Desorber D 30
With optical sensor
Title: Circuit diagram Input I8 - Ib

Customer:

ID-no.:

Draw.no.:

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11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

A
+24V
6.20

+24V
8.1

B
Common external alarm

Ref.
Adr.
Term.

Spare

-K1
Q0
Q0

Ref.
Adr.
Term.

00B

701

703

700

00A

-X13

-W00

-K1
Q1
Q1

-K00
9

(4)

702

-X13

X2

13

-W00

-S9

X1

14

-K00

00

0VDC
6.20
EARTH
6.20

0VDC
8.1
EARTH
8.1

Common external alarm

/8= /8

Rev:

Date:

Constr./

Appr.:

Draw.:
AB
AB1

08-09-17
09-10-26

--/ALR
--/NIT

Appr.

Plant:

CCJ:
REC
REC

JHO
JHO

AB2

11-07-07

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB3

12-01-09

--/NIT

REC

JHO

Control panel for


Desorber D 30
With optical sensor
Title: Circuit diagram Output Q0 - Q1

Customer:

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12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

A
+24V
7.20

+24V
9.1

B
Spare

-K1
Q2
Q2

Ref.
Adr.
Term.

-K1
Q3
Q3

-X13

-W03A

-K1
Q4
Q4

802

-S03A

t
4

800

-W03A

95

03B

03A

-F04
(1/13)

96

-X13

801

1001

-X13.03B
6.13

-Q04

A1

A1

-Q03

A2

A2

Ref.
Adr.
Term.

03

Ref.
Adr.
Term.

Supply pump

Heater

0VDC
7.20
EARTH
7.20

0VDC
9.1
EARTH
9.1

High
temperature
cut-out

1/16

1/13
9/16

* - Only on modules with filter


Rev:

Date:

Constr./

Appr.:

Draw.:
AB
AB1

08-09-17
09-10-26

--/ALR
--/NIT

Appr.

Plant:

CCJ:
REC
REC

JHO
JHO

AB2

11-07-07

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB3

12-01-09

--/NIT

REC

JHO

Control panel for


Desorber D 30
With optical sensor
Title: Circuit diagram Output Q2 - Q4

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11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

A
+24V
8.20

+24V

-K1
Q6
Q6

(8)

-K1
Q7
Q7

607

T06.S1
2.12

902

95

Ref.
Adr.
Term.

606

901

Ref.
Adr.
Term.

(8/16)
Discharge pump
high speed

Discharge pump

-K1
Q5
Q5

-K06
10

Ref.
Adr.
Term.

-Q04
14

Blower/Cooling

13

T06.S2
2.12

-F05
T06.SC
2.12

96

(1/7)

900

X2

13

A2

-S4

X1

-K06

14

A1

-Q05

0VDC
8.20
EARTH
8.20

0VDC

EARTH
Operation

1/7

Rev:

/18

Date:

Constr./

Appr.:

Draw.:
AB
AB1

08-09-17
09-10-26

--/ALR
--/NIT

Appr.

Plant:

CCJ:
REC
REC

JHO
JHO

AB2

11-07-07

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB3

12-01-09

--/NIT

REC

JHO

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Desorber D 30
With optical sensor
Title: Circuit diagram Output Q5 - Q7

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-Q0

-X0
2 4 6

10

11

12

13

14

15

17

18

19

20

-T06

-X1

1PE1

16

1U21V2
1W2
1
W2

2U22V2
2W2

3U23V2
3W2

4U2 4V2

U V W

GNYE

-W03

BK

WH

BN

GNYE

BU

-W04

BK

GNYE

BK

WH

BN

-W05A

BK

GNYE

BN

WH

BK

-W05

GNYE

BN

WH

-W1000

GNYE

-W06

-M05A

Blower

Cooling fan

-M04

-R03

-M06

Supply pump

Supply

M
3

-M05

External connection

Heater

M
3

Discharge pump

Max. In 11A

Rev:

Date:

Constr./

Appr.:

Draw.:
AB
AB1

08-09-17
09-10-26

--/ALR
--/NIT

Appr.

Plant:

CCJ:
REC
REC

JHO
JHO

AB2

11-07-07

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB3

12-01-09

--/NIT

REC

JHO

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Desorber D 30
With optical sensor
Title: Terminal connection

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15

16

18

19

20

-X13

-X12

17

0-

0+

1-

1+

2-

2+

3-

3+

6+

7+

8+

0000A00B

0303A03B

-Wb

-W00

-W03A

-W7

-W6

-W3

-W2

BN

BU

WH

BN

-W1

BU

WH

BN

BU

-W0

WH

BN

BU

WH

-B1

-B2

-B3

Speed down
SD

Temperature
control

Remote stop
or loop

-S03

Speed up
SU

12

-S7

Heat
enabling
HE

-SB

Oil level
high
LH

-S6

11

External connection

-B0

Leak detection

Common
external
alarm

High
temperature
cut-out

Rev:

Date:

Constr./

Appr.:

Draw.:
AB
AB1

08-09-17
09-10-26

--/ALR
--/NIT

Appr.

Plant:

CCJ:
REC
REC

JHO
JHO

AB2

11-07-07

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB3

12-01-09

--/NIT

REC

JHO

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Desorber D 30
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Parts List

Name

Order number

Description

Type

Maker

Supplier

-A1

3295150738614

Metal key for nsys

SA73861

Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric A/S

-A1

3606480159442

Box 500x400x200mm

NSYS3D5420P

Schneider Electric

Solar

-A1

5702969084347

Metal lock for nsys, complete

S3D01219

Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric A/S

-F1

70 065 65-2A

Fuse 2,0A 500V slow-acting

6,3x32MM

SIBA

Solar

-F1

4017918090685

Fuse modular terminal block

UK 6,3-HESI

Phoenix Contact A/S

Phoenix Contact A/S

-F2

70 065 65-2A

Fuse 2,0A 500V slow-acting

6,3x32MM

SIBA

Solar

-F2

4017918090685

Fuse modular terminal block

UK 6,3-HESI

Phoenix Contact A/S

Phoenix Contact A/S

-F3

70 065 65-2A

Fuse 2,0A 500V slow-acting

6,3x32MM

SIBA

Solar

-F3

4017918090685

Fuse modular terminal block

UK 6,3-HESI

Phoenix Contact A/S

Phoenix Contact A/S

-F04

4011209638723

Overload relay, range: 0,32-1,25A

3RB2016-1NB0

Siemens

Siemens

-F05

4011209638730

Overload relay, range: 1,0-4,0A

3RB2016-1PB0

Siemens

Siemens

-K1

4547648391245

Micro PLC 12 x 24VDC in/8 relay out

ZEN-20C1DR-D-V2

Omron

Omron

-K00

4536854363825

Relay with 4 changeover 24VDC

MY4IN 24DC

Omron

Omron

-K00

4547648009256

Socket

PYF14A-N BY OMZ

Omron

Omron

-K06

4536854363825

Relay with 4 changeover 24VDC

MY4IN 24DC

Omron

Omron

-K06

4547648009256

Socket

PYF14A-N BY OMZ

Omron

Omron

-Q0

6417019390277

Switch 3-P 25A/750V

OT25FT3

ABB

ABB Komponent A/S

-Q0

6417019411651

Hand lever black

OHBS2PJ

ABB

ABB Komponent A/S

-Q03

4011209272705

DC contactor S00 9 A, 24V, 1 NO

3RT1016-1BB41

Siemens

Siemens

-Q04

4011209272705

DC contactor S00 9 A, 24V, 1 NO

3RT1016-1BB41

Siemens

Siemens

-Q05

4011209272705

DC contactor S00 9 A, 24V, 1 NO

3RT1016-1BB41

Siemens

Siemens

-Q06

4011209263567

Circuit breaker S00, adjustment: 2,8-4,0 A

3RV1011-1EA10

Siemens

Siemens

-S4

4011209029903

Ill. switch green, 3 positions, maintained-contact

3SB3001-2DA41

Siemens

Siemens

-S4

4011209030978

Contact block 1 NO

3SB3400-0B

Siemens

Siemens

-S4

4011209030978

Contact block 1 NO

3SB3400-0B

Siemens

Siemens

-S4

4011209501287

Lampholder with LED, 24V green

3SB3400-1PC

Siemens

Siemens

-S9

4011209029729

Ill. pushbutton red

3SB3001-0AA21

Siemens

Siemens

-S9

4011209030978

Contact block 1 NO

3SB3400-0B

Siemens

Siemens

Rev:

Date:

Constr./
Draw.:

Appr.:

Appr.
CCJ:

AB

08-09-17

--/ALR

REC

JHO

Plant:
Control panel for

AB1

09-10-26

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB2

11-07-07

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB3

12-01-09

--/NIT

REC

JHO

Desorber D 30
With optical sensor
Title: Parts description

Customer:

ID-no.:

Draw.no.:

08021 Page:

12 / 13

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Lvholmen 13
5700 Svendborg

+45 63212014

+45 62224615

Parts List

Name

Order number

Description

Type

Maker

Supplier

-S9

4011209501263

Lampholder with LED, 24V red

3SB3400-1PB

Siemens

Siemens

-T1

4547648386661

Power supply 24VDC/5A

S8VT-F12024E

Omron

Omron

-T06

4032248032365

Shield connection terminal 3-8 sc

169226

Weidmuller

Knud Wexe A/S

-T06

4547648634229

Frequency inverter 3 x 380-480V/0,4kW

JX-A4004-EF

Omron

Omron

-X0

4017918194154

End bracket

CLIPFIX 35-5

Phoenix Contact A/S

Phoenix Contact A/S

-X0

4017918194154

End bracket

CLIPFIX 35-5

Phoenix Contact A/S

Phoenix Contact A/S

-X0

4017918194154

End bracket

CLIPFIX 35-5

Phoenix Contact A/S

Phoenix Contact A/S

-X0

4046356057738

Feed-through modular terminal block

QTCU 2,5-PE

Phoenix Contact A/S

Phoenix Contact A/S

-X0

4046356057752

End cover for modular terminal blocks

D-QTCU 2,5

Phoenix Contact A/S

Phoenix Contact A/S

-X1

4017918976033

Quick connection feed-through terminal block

QTC 2,5

Phoenix Contact A/S

Phoenix Contact A/S

-X1

4017918976057

Feed-through modular terminal block

QTC 2,5-PE

Phoenix Contact A/S

Phoenix Contact A/S

-X1

4017918976064

End cover for modular terminal blocks

D-QTC 2,5

Phoenix Contact A/S

Phoenix Contact A/S

-X12

4017918932411

Quick connection feed-through modular terminal block

QTC 1,5

Phoenix Contact A/S

Phoenix Contact A/S

-X12

4017918932541

End cover for modular terminal blocks

D-QTC 1,5

Phoenix Contact A/S

Phoenix Contact A/S

-X13

4017918932411

Quick connection feed-through modular terminal block

QTC 1,5

Phoenix Contact A/S

Phoenix Contact A/S

-X13

4017918932541

End cover for modular terminal blocks

D-QTC 1,5

Phoenix Contact A/S

Phoenix Contact A/S

Rev:

Date:

Constr./
Draw.:

Appr.:

Appr.
CCJ:

AB

08-09-17

--/ALR

REC

JHO

Plant:
Control panel for

AB1

09-10-26

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB2

11-07-07

--/NIT

REC

JHO

AB3

12-01-09

--/NIT

REC

JHO

Desorber D 30
With optical sensor
Title: Parts description

Customer:

ID-no.:

Draw.no.:

08021 Page:

13 / 13

C. C. Jensen A/S
Lvholmen 13
5700 Svendborg

+45 63212014

+45 62224615

Start-up and maintenance of Switchboards


delivered by Titech Electric A/S
Before start-up.
1. Visual inspection. Make sure that the switchboard has not been damaged during the transport.
2. All screw terminals on components in the switchboard should be retightened.
3. Visual inspection. Make sure that all wires are connected properly in the terminal strip.
4. Adjust all thermal overload relays, circuit breakers, measuring instruments.
(All scales are set to lowest value.)

Maintenance instructions.
By preventive maintenance of switchboards, which should be done at least once a year, the
checkpoints below could be a guidance.
1. Visual inspection. Check that the switchboard is intact.
2. Cleaning of switchboard/plant. Ventilating apertures should be cleaned for dust and mud,
change or vacuum clean filter if necessary.
3. All screw terminals on components and bus-bar connections should be retightened.
4. Actuate all switches. This is very important and should be done frequently.
5. Make a thermo-graphic check of important contact spots on components and bus-bar
connections
6. Check switch components for operation time and exchange if any have exceeded maximum
operating time.
7. High voltage- and insulation-test. Remember to switch off all electronics, control circuits and
outgoing power circuits.
8. Test alarm- and control functions.
9. If the switchboard had been exposed to extreme condition (such as damage by fire or water,
lightning or high short-circuit current), it ought to be inspected and checked according to the
above checkpoints. Defect components should be changed.

Titech Electric A/S 63 96 65 65 titech@titech.dk www.titech.dk


Sivlandvnget 15 5260 Odense S Fax: 63 96 65 67
Hammershusvej 4C 7400 Herning Fax: 97 13 65 67

The modular terminal block system


CLIPLINE complete

System features | Fast connection

Material properties

Connection principle

The patented contact metals of the


QT fast connection terminal blocks consist
of a special, high-grade copper alloy. This
combines good electrical conductivity with
excellent elastic characteristics.
The surface of the metal parts is
protected by a lead-free, galvanic nickel or
tin plating.
The insulating housings of the fast
connection terminal blocks are made of
recyclable PA 6.6. This elastic plastic with
high impact strength is halogen-free and
UV-resistant. Further characteristics are
the good tropical and termite resistance,
high chemical resistance and the excellent
aging characteristics. Polyamide 6.6 can
be used with operating temperatures of
up to 130 C and is certified for the
inflammability class V0 in accordance with
UL 94.

QUICKON modular terminal blocks


are designed for fast conductor
connection. Stripping and fitting splicing
protection are no longer necessary; the
conductors only have to be cut to the
correct length and can then be contacted
within seconds.
An important characteristic is the
space-saving displacement connection.
Due to the simplicity of the connection,
the wiring time is reduced by up to 60%.
During operation with a standard
screwdriver, the switching states are
clearly signaled by engagement points at
the start and end position.
Solid and stranded conductors of 0.25
to 2.5 mm2 can be wired without aids such
as guide ferrules.
When a conductor is connected, the
conductor insulation is cut open, displaced
and the conductor is securely engaged
in the end position where it makes
large-area, gas-tight contact.
The high quality of the QUICKON fast
connection is verified by the fact that this
connection is certified in accordance with
the standard for Ex e applications, as are
the screw and spring-cage connections.

PHOENIX CONTACT

19

Instruction Manual

9.2

Pumps PV4-18-4

9.2.1

Drawing 56 022 14-4 (rev. 4) and spare parts list

9.2.2

Wiring diagram

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D30 PV-C2DE2 / 7400224
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List of
components

CJC Pump
Type PV4
Drawing No.: 56 022 14-4
Pos.

Article No.

Description

Qty.

FD2100243

Pump bracket

FD34085

O-ring 28.17x3.53 Viton

FD30071

Screw M6x16

FC2100209

Bell housing

FD30130

Screw M4x12

FD34190

O-ring 21,0x1,0 Viton

FD1400148

Cover f. by-pass valve

FD32659

By-pass valve

FD30231

Screw M3x10

10

FD34075

O-ring 32,1x1,6 Viton

11

FD30102

Shaft 5x20mm

Screws for Pump Housing

12
FD30108

M4x35 for PV4-7-4

FD30109

M4x40 for PV4-9-4

FD30110

M4x45 for PV4-14-4

FD30111

M4x50 for PV4-18-4

FD30378

M4x65 for PV4-23-4

FD30474

M4x70 for PV4x30-4

FD30379

M4x80 for PV4x38-4

13

Gear wheel
FD3000307-07

PV4-7

FD3000307-09

PV4-9

FD3000307-14

PV4-14

FD3000307-18

PV4-18

FD3000307-23

PV4-23

FD3000307-30

PV4-30

FD3000307-38

PV4-38

14

Pump Housing
FD2600418-07

PV4-7

FD2600418-09

PV4-9

FD2600418-14

PV4-14

FD2600418-18

PV4-18

FD2600418-23

PV4-23

FD2600418-30

PV4-30

FD2600418-38

PV4-38

03-2007

List of
components

CJC Pump
Type PV4
Drawing No.: 56 022 14-4
15

Drive Shaft

FD30105

5x80mm for PV4-7 and PV4-9

FD30009

5x90mm for PV4-14 and PV4-18

FD30381

5x95mm for PV4-23

FD30475+FD30120 5x85+5x20mm for PV4-30


FD30105+FD30103 5x80+5x28mm for PV4-38
16

FD34258

Shaft seal 5x15x6

17

FD30008

Seeger Ring 15x1

18

FD30061

Pivot Screw M6x10

19

FD33300

Coupling f. motor

20

FD30129

Pivot screw M5x6 included Pos.19

El-motor

21
FB31000

El-motor 63G4 3-phase VEM incl.coupling

FB31035

El-motor PM/PV 24V DC incl.coupling

22

FD2100704

Coupling f. pump

23

FD35117

Arrow

Packing set, complete f.:


FS1021

For Pump PVH4


1 off o-ring 28.17x3.53 viton
1 off o-ring 21,0x1,0 viton
1 off o-ring 32,1x1,6 viton
1 off shaft seal 5x15x6 (see pos. 16)
1 off seeger ring
1 off By-Pass Valve
Gear wheel set, complete

FS1008

PV4-7

FS1009

PV4-9

FS1010

PV4-14

FS1011

PV4-18

FS1022

Coupling set f. pump


1 off coupling f. pump incl. pivot screw M6x10

FS1033

Coupling set f. motor with 11mm shaft


1 off coupling f. motor 11mm incl. pivot screw M5x6

03-2007

*Only for 400/690V


motors

Electric motor

W2

U2

V2

W2

U2

V2

3x690V*

3x380-420V
3x440-500V
3x600V

L2

3x400V*

3x220-240V
3x255-290V

Alternating Current

Three Phase

L1

L2

V2

W2

U2

V2

L1

L3

L1

L2

L3

Z2

U1

Z1

Z2

T1

U2

T2

T1

X5

U1

Z1

U2

T2

X6

X6

X5
CB

CB

Fuse

Fuse
24 V DC

Direct Current

L3

U2

L2

1x110-240V

L1

W2

N
Single Phase

L3

This document has been prepared by C.C.Jensen A/S of Svendborg, Denmark, and remains the property of the company.
Reproduction or use this document without the consent of C.C.Jensen A/S or its subsidaries i prohibited. All rights reserved.

Tolerance:

C.C.Jensen A/S

Sign

Date

Constr.

CKM

04.06.2010

Appr.

CKM

04.06.2010

Rev.

Appr.

Date

Customer:
Project:

Lvholmen 13, DK-5700 Svendborg Denmark


FAX NO. +45 62 22 46 15 PHONE +45 63 21 20 14

04.06.2010

Weight:

Wiring diagram for pump type PM/PV

Drawing no.

7500310-7

Instruction Manual

9.3

Danfoss Temperature Switches

9.3.1

Instructions

C.C.JENSEN A/S
Lvholmen 13 DK-5700 Svendborg Denmark
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INSTRUCTIONS
060R9758

060R9758

KP 61 81
KP 61, 62, 63, 68, 69 vapour charge
KP 62, 71, 73, 75, 77, 79, 81 adsorption charge (cross ambient)

Vapour charge

Adsorption charge

Manuel reset

-stop

Vapour charge

Electrical rating - General


LR 112A

AC 1: 16A
AC 3: 16A
AC 11: 10 A

_
400 V~

DC 11
12 W
_
220 V~

When used acc. to UL regulations

Danfoss A/S

RI.5D.B3.02

03 - 2000

KP 61
KP 71
KP 73

060L1104, 060L1105
060L1115
060L1138

diff. = 3C (5.4F)
diff. = 3C (5.4F)
diff. = 3.5C (6.3F)

Vapour charge

KP 61 060L1103, 1128
KP 62 060L1110
KP 73 060L1118

RI.5D.B3 .02

Vapour charge
Adsorption charge
Adsorption charge

Danfoss A/S (AC-RCM,nl) 03 - 2000 - CCB

Instruction Manual

9.4

Omron Compact General Purpose Inverter type JX

9.4.1

Quick guide

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VS mini J7

Deutsch

English

Manual No.
I39E-EN-01

Franais
Italiano
Portugus
Pycc

QUICK MANUAL

Espaol

Compact General Purpose Inverter


Model: CIMR-J7AZ
200V Class 3-phase 0.1 to 4.0kW
200V Class Single-phase 0.1 to 1.5kW
400V Class 3-phase 0.37 to 4.0kW

General Precautions
z

Some drawings in this manual are shown with protective covers or shields removed in
order to show detail with more clarity. Make sure all covers and shields are replaced
before operating the product.
This manual may be modified when necessary because of improvements to the product,
modifications, or changes in specifications.
To order a copy of this manual, or if your copy has been damaged or lost , contact your
OMRON YASKAWA Motion Control B. V. (Hereinafter called the OYMC) representatives.
OYMC is not responsible for any modification of the product made by the user, since that
will void the guarantee.

Safety Information
The following conventions are used to indicate precautions in this document. Failure to heed precautions provided in this document can result in serious or possibly even fatal injury or damage to the
products or to related equipment and systems.
Indicates precautions that, if not heeded,
WARNING could possibly result in loss of life or serious injury.
Indicates precautions that, if not heeded,
could result in relatively serious or minor injury,
damage to the product, or faulty operation.
Failure to heed a precaution classified as a caution can result in serious consequences depending on
the situation.

CAUTION

Precautions for UL/cUL Marking


Do not connect or disconnect wiring, or perform signal checks while the power supply is turned ON.
The Inverter internal capacitor is still charged even after the power supply is turned OFF. To prevent
electric shock, disconnect all power before servicing the Inverter, and then wait at least one minute
after the power supply is disconnected. Confirm that all indicators are OFF before proceeding.
Do not perform a withstand voltage test on any part of the Inverter. The Inverter is an electronic
device that uses semiconductors, and is thus vulnerable to high voltage.
Do not remove the Digital Operator or the blank cover unless the power supply is turned OFF.
Never touch the printed circuit board (PCB) while the power supply is turned ON.
This Inverter is not suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering more than 18,000RMS
symmetrical amperes, 250 volts maximum (200V class Inverters) or 480 volts maximum (400 V class
Inverters).

CAUTION
Use 75 C copper wires or equivalent.
Low voltage wires shall be wired with Class I Wiring.

Precautions for CE Markings


Only basic insulation to meet the requirements of protection class I and overvoltage category II is
provided with control circuit terminals.
Additional insulation may be necessary in the end product to conform to CE requirements.
For 400 V class Inverters, make sure to ground the supply neutral to conform to CE requirements.
For conformance to EMC directives, refer to section 3 in this document.
For details, refer to the following document.
Document No. EZZ008390 for English version.
Our products are tested by authorized bodies using the standards listed below.
Product standard: EN61800-3 : 1996
EN61800-3 ; A11 : 2000

Receiving

CAUTION
Do not install or operate any Inverter that is damaged or has missing parts.
Failure to observe this caution may result in injury or equipment damage.
Verify that the part numbers match your purchase order or packing slip.
Check the unit for physical damage that may have occurred during shipping.

Warning Display

Japanese/French Warning Display


An English warning display is on the front panel of the inverter.
If you need Japanese or French warning display, use the stickers at the back of this manual.
Place it over the English warning display.

Checking the Name Plate


Example of 3-phase, 200VAC, 0.1kW (0.13HP)

Mounting

CAUTION
Lift the cabinet by the heatsink. When moving the Inverter,
never lift it by the plastic case or the terminal covers.
Otherwise, the main unit may fall and be damaged.
Mount the Inverter on nonflammable material (i.e., metal).
Failure to observe this caution may result in a fire.
When mounting Inverters in an enclosure, install a fan or other cooling
device to keep the intake air temperature below 122F (50C)
for IP20 (open chassis type), or below 105F(40C) for NEMA1 (TYPE1).
Overheating may cause a fire or damage the Inverter.
The VS mini generates heat. For effective cooling, mount it vertically.
Refer to the figure in Mounting Dimensions on section 3.

Wiring

WARNING
Only begin wiring after verifying that the power supply is turned OFF.
Failure to observe this warning may result in an electric shock or a fire.
Wiring should be performed only by qualified personnel.
Failure to observe this warning may result in an electric shock or a fire.
When wiring the emergency stop circuit, check the wiring thoroughly before operation.
Failure to observe this warning may result in injury.
Always ground the ground terminal according to the local grounding code.
Failure to observe this warning may result in an electric shock or a fire.
For 400V class, make sure to ground the supply neutral.
Failure to observe this warning may result in an electric shock or a fire.
If the power supply is turned ON during the FWD(or REV) RUN command is given,
the motor will start automatically.
Turn the power supply ON after verifying that the RUN signal is OFF.
Failure to observe this warning may result in injury.
When the 3-wire sequence is set, do not make the wiring unless the multi-function input
terminal parameter is set.
Failure to observe this warning may result in injury.

CAUTION
Verify that the Inverter rated voltage coincides with the AC power supply voltage.
Failure to observe this caution may result in personal injury or a fire.
Do not perform a withstand voltage test on the Inverter.
Performing withstand voltage tests may damage semiconductor elements.
To connect a Braking Resistor, Braking Resistor Unit, or Braking Unit, follow the
Procedure described in this manual.
Improper connection may cause a fire.
Always tighten terminal screws of the main circuit and the control circuits.
Failure to observe this caution may result in a malfunction, damage or a fire.
Never connect the AC main circuit power supply to output terminals U/T1, V/T2 or W/T3.
The Inverter will be damaged and the guarantee will be voided.
Do not connect or disconnect wires or connectors while power is applied to the circuits.
Failure to observe this caution may result in injury.
Do not perform signal checks during operation.
The machine or the Inverter may be damaged.

Preautions for wiring


Wiring the control circuit terminals

Screwdriver blade width

Insert the wire into the lower part of the terminal block
and connect it tightly with a screwdriver.

Wire sheath strip length must be 5.5mm (0.22in).

Operation

WARNING
Only turn ON the input power supply after confirming the Digital Operator
or blank cover(optional) are in place. Do not remove the Digital Operator or
the covers while current is flowing.
Failure to observe this warning may result in an electric shock.
Never operate the Digital Operator or DIP the switches with wet hands.
Failure to observe this warning may result in an electric shock.
Never touch the terminals while current is flowing, even if the Inverter is stopping.
Failure to observe this warning may result in an electric shock.
When the fault retry function is selected, stand clear of the Inverter or the load.
The Inverter may restart suddenly after stopping.
(Construct the system to ensure safety, even if the Inverter should restart.)
Failure to observe this warning may result in injury.
When continuous operation after power recovery is selected, stand clear of the
Inverter or the load. The Inverter may restart suddenly after stopping.
(Construct the system to ensure safety, even if the Inverter should restart.)
Failure to observe this warning may result in injury.
The Digital Operator stop button can be disabled by a setting in the Inverter.
Install a separate emergency stop switch.
Failure to observe this warning may result in injury.

WARNING
If an alarm is reset with the operation signal ON, the Inverter will restart automatically.
Reset an alarm only after verifying that the operation signal is OFF.
Failure to observe this warning may result in injury.
When the 3-wire sequence is set, do not make the wiring unless the multi-function input
terminal parameter is set.
Failure to observe this warning may result in injury.

CAUTION
Never touch the heatsinks, which can be extremely hot.
Failure to observe this caution may result in harmful burns to the body.
It is easy to change operation speed from low to high. Verify the safe working
range of the motor and machine before operation.
Failure to observe this caution may result in injury and machine damage.
Install a holding brake separately if necessary.
Failure to observe this caution may result in injury.
If using an Inverter with an elevator, take safety measures on the elevator
to prevent the elevator from dropping.
Failure to observe this caution may result in injury.
Do not perform signal checks during operation.
The machine or the Inverter may be damaged.
All the constants set in the Inverter have been preset at the factory.
Do not change the settings unnecessarily.
The Inverter may be damaged.

Maintenance and Inspection

WARNING
Never touch high-voltage terminals on the Inverter.
Failure to observe this warning may result in an electrical shock.
Disconnect all power before performing maintenance or inspection, and then wait at
least one minute after the power supply is disconnected. Confirm that all indicators are
OFF before proceeding.
If the indicators are not OFF, the capacitors are still charged and can be dangerous.
Do not perform withstand voltage test on any part of the VS mini.
The Inverter is an electronic device that uses semiconductors, and is thus vulnerable to
high voltage.
Only authorized personnel should be permitted to perform maintenance, inspections, or
parts replacement.
(Remove all metal objects (watches, bracelets, etc.) before starting work.)
Failure to observe these warnings may result in an electric shock.

CAUTION
The control PCB board employs CMOS ICs. Do not touch the CMOS elements.
They are easily damaged by static electricity.
Do not connect or disconnect wires, connectors, or the cooling fan while
power is applied to the circuit.
Failure to observe this caution may result in injury.

Periodical Inspection
Periodically inspect the inverter as described the following table to prevent accidents and to ensure
high performance with high-reliability.
Location to check

Check for

Solution

Terminals, unit mounting screws, Connection hardware is properly Properly seat and tighten
etc.
seated and securely tightened. hardware.

Built up durst, and debris

Blow with dry compressed air:


39.2 x 104 to 58.8 x 104 Pa,
57 to 85 psi (4 to 6kg / cm2)
pressure.

Printed circuit board

Accumulation of conductive
material or oil mist

Blow with dry compressed air:


39.2 x 104 to 58.8 x 104 Pa,
57 to 85 psi (4 to 6kg / cm2)
pressure
If dust or oil cannot be removed,
replace the inverter unit.

Power elements and


smoothing capacitor

Abnormal odor or discoloration

Replace the inverter unit.

Cooling fan

Abnormal noise or vibration


Cumulative operation time

Replace the cooling fan.

Heatsink

Part Replacement
Inverters maintenance periods are noted below. Keep them as reference.
Part Replacement Guidelines
Part

Standard Replacement Period

Replacement Method

Cooling fan

2 to 3 years

Replace with new part.

Smoothing capacitor

5 years

Replace with new part.


(Determine need by inspection.)

Breaker relays

Determine need by inspection.

Fuses

10 years

Replace with new part.

Aluminium capacitors on PCBs

5 years

Replace with new part.


(Determine need by inspection.)

Note: Usage conditions are as follows:


Ambient temperature: Yearly average of 30C
Load factor: 80% max.
Operating rate: 12 hours max. per day

Others

WARNING
Never modify the product.
Failure to observe this warning can result in an electric shock or injury
and will invalidate the guarantee.

CAUTION
Do not subject the Inverter to halogen gases, such as fluorine, chlorine, bromine,
and iodine, at any time even during transportation or installation.
Otherwise, the Inverter can be damaged or interior parts burnt.

Quick Start Guide

1. Wiring
2. Control Circuit Terminals
3. Installation
4. Start up and Trial run
5. Quick Parameter List
6. Monitors
7. Faults and Alarms

ENGLISH

VS MINI J7

1. Wiring
SHORT BAR

3G3JV PFI @
Noise Filter
L1
L1i
L2
L2i
L3
L3i

+1

+2

R/L1
S/L2

U/T1

T/L3

W/T3

V/T2

3-phase 200 V AC
single-phase 200 V AC
(see note 1)

Forward/Stop
Multi-function input 1 (S2)
Multi-function input 2 (S3)
Multi-function input 3 (S4)
Multi-function input 4 (S5)

Sequence input common

S1

MA

S2

MB

S3

MC

Frequency reference input


Frequency reference common

NC
Common

S4
S5

SC

Frequency reference power


supply 20mA at +12V
External frequency
adjuster
(2 k 1/4 W min.)

Multi-function contact output


NO

AM

AC
FS

Analog monitor output

Analogue monitor output


common

FR
FC

Note 1: Connect single-phase 200 V AC to terminals R/L1 and S/L2 of the J7AZB
Note 2: The braking resistor cannot be connected because no braking transistor is incorporated.
Ground terminal
Main circuit input
terminals

Control circuit
terminals
Main circuit
output terminals

Ground
terminal

Arrangement of Control Circuit Terminals

2. Control Circuit Terminals


Symbol
Input
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5

Output

Name
Forward/Stop
Multi-function Input 1
Multi-function Input 2
Multi-function Input 3
Multi-function Input 4

SC
FS
FR
FC

Function
Forward at ON/Stops at OFF
Set by parameter n36 (Reverse/Stop)*2
Set by parameter n37 (External Fault: NO)*2
Set by parameter n38 (Fault Reset)*2
Set by parameter n39
(Multi-step reference 1)*2
Sequence Input Common
Common for S1 through S5
Frequency Reference Power Supply DC power supply for frequency reference use
Frequency Reference Input
Input terminal for frequency reference use
Frequency Reference Common
Common for frequency reference use

MA
MB
MC
AM
AC

Multi-function output: NO
Multi-function output: NC
Multi-function output Common
Analogue Monitor output
Analogue Monitor output Common

Set by parameter n40 (during running)*2


Common for MA and MB use
Set by parameter n44 (Output frequency)*2
Common for AM use

Signal Level
Photocoupler 8 mA
at 24 V DC*1

20 mA at 12 V DC
0 to 10 V DC (20 k)
4 to 20 mA
0 to 20 mA
Relay output 1 A
max. at 30 V DC and
250 V AC
12 mA max. at 0 to
10 V DC

*1 NPN is the setting for these terminals. No external power supply is required. Refer to connections shown below
*2 Functions in parentheses are default settings.

Selecting Input Method


SW7

Switches SW7and SW8, both of


which are located above the control circuit terminals, are used for input method selection.

SW8

PNP

V
NPN

OFF

Remove the front cover and optional cover to use these switches.

SW7

Control circuit
terminal block

SW8

Control circuit
terminal block
Selecting Sequence Input Method
By using SW7, NPN or PNP input can be selected as shown below
PNP

NPN
SW7
(Default setting)

24V

SW7

GND

S1 to 5
SC

GND
0.1

3.3k
GND

S1 to 5
360

24 V DC
(10%)

SC

0.1
3.3k
GND

360

24V

3. Installation
Two 5 dia holes

Rated
Voltage

Model
J7AZ

Three Phase
200 V AC

20P1
20P2
20P4
20P7
21P5
22P2
24P0
B0P1
B0P2
B0P4
B0P7
B1P5
40P2
40P4
40P7
41P5
42P2
43P0
44P0

Single Phase
200 V AC

Three Phase
400 V AC

Dimensions (mm)
W
68
68
68
68
108
108
140
68
68
68
108
108
108
108
108
108
108
140
140

H
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128

Supply Recommendations
D
70
70
102
122
129
154
161
70
70
112
129
154
81
99
129
154
154
161
161

W1
56
56
56
56
96
96
128
56
56
56
96
96
96
96
96
96
96
128
128

H1
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118

Noise Filter Specifications


Model
J7AZ
20P1
20P2
20P4
20P7
21P5
22P2
24P0
B0P1
B0P2
B0P4
B0P7
B1P5

Filter
3G3JV-

Dimensions

W
PFI2010-SE 82

L
194

H
50

Y
92

X
181

d
5.3

PFI2020-SE 111

169

50

91

156

5.3

PFI2030-SE 144
PFI1010-SE 71

174
169

50
45

120
51

161
156

5.3
5.3

PFI1020-SE 111

169

50

91

156

5.3

MCCB (A)
5
5
5
10
20
20
30
5
5
10
20
20
5
5
5
10
10
20
20

Wire (mm)
2
2
2
2
2
3.5
5.5
2
2
2
3.5
5.5
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

Model
J7AZ
40P2
40P4
40P7
41P5
42P2
43P0
44P0

Dimensions
Filter
3G3JVW
L
PFI3005-SE 111
169

H
50

Y
91

X
156

d
5.3

PFI3010-SE 111

169

50

91

156

5.3

PFI3020-SE 144

174

50

120

161

5.3

Installation of noise filter and J7


Shield
Cable

Control Panel

Shield
Cable

Control Panel
Metal Mounting
Plate
Ground
Bonds
(remove
any paint)

Schaffner
RFI Filter
3 Phase

Metal Mounting
Plate
Ground
Bonds
(remove
any paint)

Schaffner
RFI Filter
3 Phase

J7Series
Inverter

Ground Bonds
(remove any paint)

J7Series
Inverter

Shield
Cable

Max. 20m
Motor Cable

CIMR-J7@@@@20P1 to 24P0
CIMR-J7@@@@40P2 to 44P0

Ground Bonds
(remove any paint)

Shield
Cable

Max. 20m
Motor Cable

CIMR-J7@@@@B0P1 to B4P0

Mounting Dimensions
30mm
(1.18 in.)
OR MORE
100mm (3.94 in.)
OR MORE

30mm
(1.18 in.)
OR MORE

100mm (3.94 in.)


OR MORE

AIR

AIR

4. Start up and Trial run


Data display

Keys

Appearance

Indicators
(Setting/Monitor
item indicators)

FREQ adjuster

Name
Data display

Function
Displays relevant data items, such as frequency reference,
output frequency and parameter set values.

FREQ adjuster

Sets the frequency reference within a range between OHz


and the maximum frequency.

FREF indicator

The frequency reference can b& monitored or set while


this indicator is lit.

FOUT indicator

The output frequency of the Inverter can be monitored


or set while this indicator is lit.

IOUT indicator

The output current of the inverter this indicator is lit.

MNTR indicator

The values set in U01 through U10 are monitored


while this indicator is lit.

F/R idicator

The direction of rotation can be selected while this indicator


is lit when operating the Inverter with the RUN Key.

Appearance

Name
LO/RE indicator

PRGM indicator

Mode Key

Function
The operation of the Inverter through the Digital Operator or
according to the sot parameteres is selectable while this
indicator is lit.
Note: The status of this indicator can be only monitored
while the Inverter is in operation. Any RUN command
input is ignored while this indicator is lit.
The parameter in n01 through to n79 can be set or monitored while this
indicator is lit.
Note: While the Inverter is in operation, the paramete can be
only monitored and only some parameti can be
changed. Any RUN command input is ignored while
this indicator is lit.
Switches the setting and monitor item indicators in sequence.
Parameter being set will be cancelled if this key is pressed
before entering the setting.

Increment Key

Increases multi-function monitor numbers, parameter


num-bers and parameter set values.

Decrement Key

Decreases multi-function monitor numbers, parametei


numbers and parameter sel values.

Enter Key

Enters multi-function monitor numbers, parameter numl and


internal data values after they are set or changed.

RUN Key

Starts the Inverter running when the 3G3JV is in operation


with the Digital Operator.

STP/RESET Key

Stops the Inverter unless parameter nO6 is not set to


disable the STOP Key.

The following seven steps describe the recommended minimum operations


to allow the J7 to control a connected motor in typical configuration, to allow
simple operation in the quickest time:
Step 1 initial checks
1-1 Checkpoints before connecting the power supply.
Check that the power supply is as of the correct voltage.
CIMR-J7AZ2@@@: Three phase 200 to 230VAC
CIMR-J7AZB@@@: Single phase 200 to 240VAC (Wire R/L1 and S/L2)
CIMR-J7AZ4@@@: Three phase 380 to 460VAC
1-2 Make sure that the motor output terminals (U/T1, V/T2, W/T3) are connected to the motor.
1-3 Ensure that the control circuit terminals and the control device are wired correctly.
1-4 Make sure that all control terminals are turned off.
1-5 Set the motor to no-load status (i.e. not connected to the mechanical system)

Step 2 Connecting the power supply and check the display status
2-1 After conducting the checks in step-1, connect the power supply.
2-2 If the display is normal when the power is connected it will read as follows;

RUN indicator: flashes


ALARM indicator: off
Setting/monitor indicators: FREF, FOUT or IOUT is lit.
Data display: displays the corresponding data for the indicator that is lit.
When fault has occurred, the details of the fault will be displayed. In that case, refer to users
manual and take necessary action.

Step 3 Initializing parameters


To initialize the drive parameters to factory defaults, set parameter n01 = 8. This will set the J7 to
accept start/stop commands in what in termed 2-wire control, i.e. 1 wire for a motor forward/stop
command, and 1 wire for a motor reverse/stop command.
Key
Sequence

Indicator

Display
example

Explanation
Power On
Press the Mode Key repeatedly until the PRGM indicator is lit.

Press the Enter Key. The data of n01 will be displayed.

Use the Increment or Decrement Key to set n01 to 8. The display will
flash.
Press the Enter Key so that the set value will be entered and the data
display will be lit.
In approximately
1s.

The parameter number will be displayed.

Step 4 Set the motor rated current


This parameter is used for the electronic thermal function for motor overload detection (OL1). By correctly setting this, the J7 will protect an overloaded motor from burning out.
Read the rated current (in amps) on the motor nameplate, and enter this into parameter n32. The
example to the below shows entering a value of 1.8Amps.
Key
Sequence

Indicator

Display
example

Explanation
Displays the parameter number
Use the Increment or Decrement Key until n32 is displayed.

Press the Enter Key. The data of n32 will be displayed.


Use the Increment or Decrement Key to set the rated motor current. The
display will flash.
Press the Enter Key so that the set value will be entered and the data
display will be lit.
In approximately1s.

The parameter number will be displayed.

Step 5 Set the motor rated frequency


This is the maximum frequency the motor can run and allows the J7 to properly control the motor.
Read the rated frequency (in Hz) on the motor nameplate, and enter this into parameters n09 and n11.

Step 6 Set the operation command


This is the method for motor run and stop commands (i.e. how the inverter will start and stop the
motor). The two basic operations are for the RUN and STOP/RESET keys on the Digital Operator, or
for one of multi-function inputs through the control circuit terminals.
To set the operation command, enter the appropriate value into parameter n02:
0 = RUN and STOP/RESET keys on the Digital Operator are enabled.
1 = Multi-function inputs through the control circuit terminals.
The diagram to the below shows how to connect a switch to start/stop the motor in the forward direction in 2-wire control. Set parameter n02=1. To enable a separate switch for reverse rotation on control terminal S2, set parameter n36=2 (this is actually the factory default setting for n36).

FWD RUN/STOP
REV RUN/STOP

Step 7 Set the frequency reference


This is the method for selecting the source for the motor speed command. The factory default is for the
potentiometer on the digital Operator (FREF adjuster), in which case no setting is required.
Frequency reference can also come from an external potentiometer, an analog output from a PLC, or
up to 8 pre-programmed speeds held in the inverter and selected via the multi-function inputs.
For example, to accept frequency reference from an external potentiometer, or a 0-10V analog out
from a PLC, set parameter n03=2.

(
MASTER SPEED
FREQUENCY
REFERENCE

(0 TO +10V)

FS
FREQUENCY
SETTING
POWER
+12V, 20mA
FR
FC(0V)

5. Quick Parameter List*1


Parameter No. Description
n01
Parameter access:
0: Limited parameter access
1: Full parameter access
8: Factory parameter initialise
n02
Run command selection:
0: Digital operator
1: Control circuit terminal
2: Communication (option)
n03
Frequency reference selection:
0: Digital operator (potentiometer)
1: Frequency reference 1 (n21)
2: Control circuit terminal (0 to 10V)
3: Control circuit terminal (4 to 20mA)
4: Control circuit terminal (0 to 20mA)
6: Communication (option)
n09
Maximum output frequency
n10
Maximum output voltage
Maximum voltage output frequency
Acceleration time 1
Deceleration time 2
Frequency reference 1
Frequency reference 2 - 8
Motor rated current

n36 - n39
n40
n44

Multi-function input (S2 -S5)


Multi-function output (MA-MB-MC)
Multi-function analog output (AM-AC):
0: Output frequency (10V/Max, freq.)
1: Output current (10V/Inverter rated current)
Carrier frequency

n52
n53
n54
n55

DC injection braking current


DC injection braking at stop
DC injection braking at start
Stall prevention during deceleration:
0: Enabled
1: Disabled

Default
1

0 to 2

0 to 4, 6

50 to 400Hz
1 to 255V (200V class)
1 to 510V (400V class)
50 to 400Hz
0.0 to 999sec
0.0 to 999sec
0.0 to 400Hz
0.0 to 400Hz
Depending on model

N11
n16
n17
n21
n22 - n28
n32

n46

Range
0 to 9

0 to 35
0 to 18
0,1

1 to 4 (2.5 - 10kHz)
7 to 9 (Proportional to
output freq.)
0 to 100%
0 to 100%
0 to 100%
0,1

Multi-function Inputs

Multi-function Outputs

Value*1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Value*1
0
1
2
6
12
13

Function
Reverse/Stop
External Fault (NO)
External Fault (NC)
Faul reset
Multi-step speed reference 1
Multi-step speed reference 2

*1 Refer to users manual for complete list

200 (200V class)


400 (400V class)
10sec
10sec
50Hz
0Hz
0 to 120% of inverter rated
output current
-1
0

Depending on model

50%
50%
50%
0

Function
Fault Output
During Run
Frequency agree
Overtorque being monitored (NO)
RUN mode
Inverter ready

Multi-function Inputs

Multi-function Outputs

Value*1
8
10

Function
Multi-step speed reference 3
Inching Command

Value*1
Function
15
Undervoltage in progress
Analogue Output Functionsts

12

External base block (NO)

13
17

External Base block (NC)


Local/Remote selection

Value*1
0
1

Function
Otput frequency
Output current

*1 Refer to users manual for full set value

Example of Parameter Settings

Cancels
Set Data
In approximately 1s.
Key
Sequence

Indicator

Display example

Explanation
Power On
Press the Mode Key repeatedly until the PRGM indicator
is lit.
Use the Increment or Decrement Key to set the parameter
number.
Press the Enter Key. The data of the selected parameter
number will be displayed.
Use the Increment or Decrement Key to set the data.
At that time, the display will flash.
Press the Enter Key so that the set value will be entered and the
data display will be lit (see note 1)

In approximately
1s.

The parameter number will be displayed.

Note 1: To cancel the set value, press the Mode Key instead, The parameter number will be
displayed.
2: There are parameters that cannot be changed while the Inverter is in operation. Refer to the
list of parameters. When attempting to change such parameters, the data display will not
change by pressing the Increment or Decrement Key.

6. Monitors
The Vs mini J7 allows you to monitor various conditions, such as output current and status of multifunction inputs.
This monitoring is performed via the U parameters.
Key Secuence

Indicator

Display example

Explanation
Power On
Press the Mode Key repeatedly until the MNTR indicator
is lit. U01 will be displayed.
Use the Increment or Decrement Key to select the monitor
item to be displayed..
Press the Enter Key so that the data of the selected
monitor item will be displayed.
The monitor number display will appear again by
pressing the mode key.

Constant No.
U01
U02
U03
U04
U05
U06
U07
U09
U10
U15

Name
Frequency Reference
(FREF)
Output frequency
(FOUT)
Output Current
(IOUT)
Output Voltage
DC Voltage
Input Terminal Status
Output Terminal Status
Fault History
Software No.
Data Reception Error

Description
Hz Frequency reference can be moitored. (Same as FREF)
Hz Output frequency can be monitored. (Same as FOUT)
A

Output current can be monitored. (Same as IOUT)

V
V
------

Output voltage can be monitored


Main circuit DC voltage can be monitored
Input terminal status of control circuit terminals can be monitored
Output terminal status of control circuit terminals can be monitored
Last four fault history is displayed
Software No. can be checked
Contents of MEMOBUS communication data reception error can be
checked. (contents of transmission register No. 003DH are the same)

Input/Output terminal status


Input Terminal Status

1: Terminal S1 is closed
1: Terminal S2 is closed
1: Terminal S3 is closed
1: Terminal S4 is closed
1: Terminal S5 is closed
Not Used
Output Terminal Status

1: Terminal MA-MC is closed

Not Used

7. Faults and Alarms


Fault Display Fault name and meaning
OC
Overcurrent
Output current is higher than 250% of
inverter rated current.
OV
Overvoltage
DC bus voltage has exceeded
detection level.
uV1

OH

OL1

EF*1

SER
(flashing)
bb
(flashing)
EF
(flashing)

Possible cause and remedy


Check output for short circuit or ground fault.
The Load is too large, reduce it ore use larger Inverter.
Check motor FLA rating compared to inverter and V/F setting.
Load inertia is too large and the motor is regenerating.
Increase deceleration time (n020 or n022).
Connect an external braking resistor and set n092 to 1.
Check braking resistor and wiring.
Main circuit undervoltage
Check mains power supply voltage and connections.
DC bus voltage is below detection
Check correct supply for Inverter being used.
level.
Monitor for mains dips or interruptions.
Unit overheated
Refer to manual for installation guidelines and recommendations.
Temperature inside the inverter has Check cooling fan (if fitted).
exceeded 110C.
Check V/F characteristic ore reduce Carrier frequency.
Motor overload
Check and reduce the load.
The inverter is protecting the motor
Check V/F characteristic (Vmax and Fmax).
from overload based on an internal IT Increase the running speed of the motor.
Increase acceleration/decelleration times.
calculation using n036 setting.
External fault
Check your control terminal wiring.
An external fault has been input.
A multi-functional digital input has been set to 3 or 4.
Run signal must be removed before this can be reset.
Sequence error
Inverter must be stopped when Local/Remote switching attempted.
Sequence input when inverter
Inverter must be stopped when Comms/Remote switching
running.
attempted
External baseblock
Check your control terminal wiring.
An external baseblock command has A multi-functional digital input has been set to 12 or 13.
been input.
Sequence error has occured
Forward and reverse run signal have been applied simultaneously.

*1 Refer to users manual for full fault code listings

Instruction Manual

9.5

Electronical Programmable Relay ZEN-20C2DR-D-V2

9.5.1

Specification

C.C.JENSEN A/S
Lvholmen 13 DK-5700 Svendborg Denmark
Phone: +45 6321 2014 Fax: +45 6222 4615 filter@cjc.dk www.cjc.dk

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D30 PV-C2DE2 / 7400224
Feb. 2012 / Rev. A

Programmable Relay
ZEN V2 Units
Please read and understand this catalog before purchasing the
products. Please consult your OMRON representative if you have any
questions or comments. Refer to Warranty and Application
Considerations on page 36, and Precautions for Safe Use on page 34.

Even Broader Applications with Increased


Functionality and Higher Precision
Increased functionality in a compact body (70 mm wide 90 mm
high).
Easy programming is available using the LCD and operation
buttons. (See note 1.)
This single Unit easily provides relay, timer, counter, and time
switch functions.
Expansion is easy with Expansion I/O Units, allowing up to 44
I/O points. (See note 2.)
Economy-type and Communications-type CPU Units have been
added to series.
Improved Weekly Timers (See note 1.)
Increased timing accuracy with a monthly deviation of 15 s
max. Multiple-day operation and pulse output operation have
been added.
Select from two power supply options:
100 to 240 VAC or 12 to 24 VDC.

The information in this document applies to V2 Units.


Refer to page 28 for details on differences with previous
products.

Note: 1. Not supported for ZEN-@C2@@-@-V2 models.


2. When using CPU Units with 20 I/O points.

Features
Easy and Simple Programming for Automatic Small-scale Control
Saves Space, Wiring, and Installation Steps

Easy Programming

Versatile functionality in a compact body (70 mm wide 90 mm


high).
This single Unit easily provides relay, timer, counter, and time
switch functions. Wiring work is greatly reduced because separate
wiring is not required for devices such as timers and counters.

The LCD screen comes with 8 operation buttons on the front panel to
enable programming in ladder view format. The LCD screen also has
a backlight, making it easier to see when the ZEN is used in dark
locations.
Note: Not supported for ZEN-@C2@@-@-V2 models.

90 mm

70 mm

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

Flexible Expansion Enables Up to 44 I/O


Points
Up to three Expansion I/O Units can be connected if there are not
enough I/O points. Expansion I/O Units are only 35 mm wide.

Support Software with Simulation Function


Programs can be easily written, saved, and monitored by personal
computer.
Programs can be simulated on the personal computer without
connecting to the ZEN.

Note: CPU Units with 10 I/O points can be expanded to 34 I/O points.
Expansion I/O Units cannot be connected to Economy-type
CPU Units.

Note: For notebook computers that do not have an RS-232C serial


port, connect the computer to the ZEN by connecting an
OMRON CS1W-CIF31 USB-Serial Conversion Cable to the
ZEN-CIF01 Connecting Cable.

Other Versatile Functions


Use of a Memory Cassette makes it easy to copy and save
programs.
Equipped with two analog input channels (CPU Units with DC
power supply only).
Password function ensures security. (See note.)
Multi-language display in six languages (English, Japanese,
German, French, Spanish, Italian). (See note.)
Display user-set messages or analog-converted values. (See note.)
Note: Not supported for ZEN-@C2@@-@-V2 models.

Enhanced Features of V2 CPU Units


Improved Weekly Timer and Calendar Timer
Functions

RS-485 Communications Model Added to


Series

Note: Not supported for ZEN-@C2@@-@-V2 models.


The time precision has been increased.
Conventional model: 2-min difference/month

-V2 models: 15-s difference/month (at 25C)


Multiple-day operation and pulse-output operation are now
possible.
These improved functions are convenient for time-controlled
applications such as lighting and air conditioning control.

Production line conditions can be remotely monitored by monitoring


the ZEN control status.

Production line
Office

More Precise Analog Input

Lighting control

Air conditioning control

Economy-type Added to the Series


Economy-type CPU Units with a more affordable price have been
added to the series, although Expansion I/O Units cannot be
added.

Conventional model: 10% FS -V2 models: 1.5% FS


DC power supply models are equipped with two analog inputs (0 to
10 V). There are four analog comparators. The increased precision
makes it even easier to use the Unit in simple control applications
with voltage, current, temperature, and other analog values.

8-digit Counter, 150-Hz Counter


An 8-digit counter and 8-digit comparator have been added.
The maximum count for DC power supply models is 150 Hz.

12 to 24 VDC Line Voltage Operation

Twin-timer Operation Added

Operation is now possible with 12 VDC.

Twin-timer operation allows you to set ON and OFF times separately,


greatly simplifying intermittent operation.

Expansion I/O Units have been reduced to


half-size (35 mm wide).

Programmable Relay ZEN

V2 Units

Series Configuration
CPU Units
Power supply voltage: 100 to 240 VAC, 12 to 24 VDC, Output: Relay, transistor output

With LCD display, operation buttons, and calendar/clock function

10 I/O points

LED type

20 I/O points

10 I/O points

20 I/O points

ZEN-10C2@

ZEN-20C2@
This CPU Unit has no LCD,
operation buttons, or
calendar/clock function.

Standard LCD type

Economy type

Communications type

Standard LCD type

Economy type

ZEN-10C1@

ZEN-10C3@

ZEN-10C4@

ZEN-20C1@

ZEN-20C3@

Expansion I/O Units


cannot be connected.

RS-485 communications
type.

(10 I/O points)

Expansion I/O Units


cannot be connected.

Expansion I/O Units

Power Supply Unit

Support Software

Only 35-mm wide.


4 input, 4 output points

Same shape and design as ZEN.


24 VDC, 30 W

Allows easy programming and


operation simulation.

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

Model Number Structure


Model Number Legend
Note: This model number legend includes combinations that are not available.
Please check List of Models for availability.

CPU Units
ZEN-@C@@@-@-V2
1

2 3 4 5

1. Number of I/O points


10: 6 inputs and 4 outputs (See note.)
20: 12 inputs and 8 outputs
2. Type classifier
1: Standard LCD type with display
2: LED type without display
3: Economy type with display
(Expansion I/O Units cannot be connected.)
4: Communications type with display

3. Input type
A: AC input
D: DC input
4. Output type
R: Relay
T: Transistor
5. Supply voltage
A: AC power supply
D: DC power supply

Note: The Communications-type CPU Unit has 6 inputs and 3 outputs.

Expansion I/O Units


ZEN-8E1@@
1 2 3 4
1. Number of I/O points
8: 4 inputs and 4 outputs
2. Unit version classifier
E1: Can connect to V2 CPU Units (See note.)

3. Input type
A: AC input
D: DC input
4. Output type
R: Relay
T: Transistor

Note: Use a ZEN-8E@@/-4E@ to connect to pre-V1 and V1 CPU Units.

This data sheet is provided as a guideline for selecting products. Be sure to refer to the following user manuals for application precautions
and other information required for operation before attempting to use the product.
ZEN Operation Manual (Cat. No. Z211)
ZEN Communications Manual (Cat. No. Z212)
ZEN Support Software Operation Manual (Cat. No. Z184-E1-03)
The PDF versions of these manuals can be downloaded from the following website.
ZEN Website http://www.zen.omron.co.jp/eng/index.html

Programmable Relay ZEN

V2 Units

Ordering Information
List of Models
CPU Units and Expansion I/O Units
Unit

Name

CPU
Units

Standard
LCD type

No. of
I/O
points
10

LCD
display
Yes

Power supply
voltage
100 to 240 VAC

Inputs

12 to 24 VDC

Outputs

100 to 240 VAC

Relays

Buttons,
calendar,
and clock
Yes

12 to 24 VDC

Analog
input
No

ZEN-10C1AR-A-V2

Yes

ZEN-10C1DR-D-V2

Transistors
20

100 to 240 VAC

12

12 to 24 VDC

100 to 240 VAC

ZEN-10C1DT-D-V2

Relays

No

12 to 24 VDC

Yes
Transistors

LED type
10
without
display
(See note 1.)

No

100 to 240 VAC

12 to 24 VDC

100 to 240 VAC

Relays

100 to 240 VAC

No

No

12 to 24 VDC
12

12 to 24 VDC

Yes

100 to 240V AC

10

Yes

Relays

No

12 to 24 VDC

Expansion I/O Units

12 to 24 VDC
20

100 to 240 VAC

Yes

100 to 240 VAC

100 to 240 VAC

Relays

12

100 to 240 VAC

Yes

Relays

12 to 24 VDC
6

12 to 24 VDC

100 to 240 VAC

ZEN-10C2AR-A-V2
ZEN-10C2DR-D-V2
ZEN-20C2AR-A-V2
ZEN-20C2DR-D-V2
ZEN-20C2DT-D-V2

12 to 24 VDC

12 to 24 VDC

Communica- 10
tions type
ZEN Kit

100 to 240 VAC

ZEN-20C1DR-D-V2

ZEN-10C2DT-D-V2

Transistors
Economy
type
(Expansion
I/O Units
cannot be
connected)

ZEN-20C1AR-A-V2
ZEN-20C1DT-D-V2

Transistors

20

Model

Relays

12 to 24 VDC

Set containing CPU Unit (ZEN-10C1AR-A-V2), Connecting Cable, ZEN Support Software, and manual.

No

ZEN-10C3AR-A-V2

Yes

ZEN-10C3DR-D-V2

No

ZEN-20C3AR-A-V2

Yes

ZEN-20C3DR-D-V2

No

ZEN-10C4AR-A-V2

Yes

ZEN-10C4DR-D-V2
ZEN-KIT01-EV4

Set containing CPU Unit (ZEN-10C1DR-D-V2), Connecting Cable, ZEN Support Software, and manual.

ZEN-KIT02-EV4

ZEN-8E1AR
(See notes 2, 3.)

---

100 to 240 VAC


12 to 24 VDC

100 to 240 VAC

Relays

---

12 to 24 VDC

ZEN-8E1DR
(See note 2.)

---

Transistors

ZEN-8E1DT
(See note 2.)

Note: 1. Programming is not possible using only the CPU in the LED-type CPU Unit. ZEN Support Software or a Memory Cassette is required.
2. Cannot be connected to pre-V1 and V1 CPU Units.
3. The ZEN-8E1AR cannot be connected to a CPU Unit with DC power supply.

Power Supply Unit


Power ratings
30 W

Input voltage
100 to 240 VAC

Output voltage
24 VDC

Output current
1.3 A

Model
ZEN-PA03024

Note: Refer to the ZEN-PA03024 Datasheet (Cat. No. L103) for detailed specifications.

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

Accessories (Order Separately)


Name

Specifications

Memory Cassette EEPROM (for data


security and copying)

Remarks

Model

Enables programs and parameter settings to be saved or copied to another


ZEN. (See note 1.)

ZEN-ME01

LCD-type CPU Unit with LED-type CPU Unit without


display (See note 2.)
display (See note 3.)

Connecting Cable 2 m RS-232C (9-pin Dsub connector)

Transfer from ZEN to


Memory

Supported

Not supported

Transfer from Memory


Cassette to ZEN

Supported

Automatic transfer when


power turned ON

Memory Cassette
initialization

Supported

Not supported

---

ZEN-CIF01

Battery Unit

10 years min. Battery life Ladder programs and parameter settings are saved to the CPU Unit EEP-ROM ZEN-BAT01
but calendar, clock, and holding timer bits and holding timer/counter present
(at 25C)
values are held by the capacitor. Therefore, if the power supply is interrupted
for 2 days or more (at 25C), this data will be reset. Use a Battery Unit for
systems where the power supply may be interrupted for long periods.

ZEN Support
Software

Runs on Windows 95, 98, Specifically designed for the ZEN (CD-ROM).
2000, ME, XP, or NT 4.0.

ZEN-SOFT01-V4

Note: 1. Memory Cassettes created using a CPU Unit can be read to other CPU Units, regardless of which model is used. Restrictions, apply, however, to
the functions that can be used, depending on the CPU Unit version combination. For details, refer to Memory Cassette and CPU Unit
Combinations on page 33.
2. Standard LCD-type, Economy-type, and Communications-type CPU Units (i.e., excluding ZEN-@C2@@-@-V2 models).
3. LED-type CPU Unit without display (i.e., ZEN-@C2@@-@-V2 models).

Mounting Accessories (Order Separately)


Name

Specifications

Mounting Track

Model

50 cm (l) 7.3 mm (t)

PFP-50N

1 m (l) 7.3 mm (t)

PFP-100N

1 m (l) 16 mm (t)

PFP-100N2

End Plate

PFP-M

Spacer

PFP-S

System Configuration
Power Supply Unit

Expansion I/O Units

CPU Unit
Battery Unit

Connecting Cable

Memory Cassette

Support Software

Note: 1. Up to 3 Expansion I/O Units can be connected to any type of CPU Unit except for Economy-type CPU Units. Expansion I/O Units with AC Inputs,
however, cannot be connected to CPU Units with DC Power Supplies.
2. The Connecting Cable and Memory Cassette cannot be connected to the ZEN at the same time.
3. Programs cannot be written to LED-type CPU Units (i.e., ZEN-@C2@@-@-V2 models) without the ZEN Support Software or a Memory Cassette.

Programmable Relay ZEN

V2 Units

Specifications
Ratings
Item

Specification
ZEN-@C@AR-A-V2/ZEN-8E1AR

ZEN-@C@D@-D-V2/ZEN-8E1D@

Rated supply voltage

100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

12 to 24 VDC (DC ripple rate: 5% max.)

Operating voltage range

85 to 264 VAC

10.8 to 28.8 VDC

Power consumption

CPU Units without Expansion I/O Units


ZEN-10C1AR-A-V2/ZEN-10C2AR-A-V2/
ZEN-10C3AR-A-V2
100 V AC: 5 VA max.
240 V AC: 7 VA max.
ZEN-10C4AR-A-V2
100 V AC: 6 VA max.
240 V AC: 8 VA max.
ZEN-20C@AR-A-V2
100 V AC: 7 VA max.
240 V AC: 10 VA max.

CPU Units without Expansion I/O Units


ZEN-10C@DR-D-V2
12/24 V DC: 3 W max.
(ZEN-10C3DR-D-V2: 2.8 W max.)
ZEN-10C@DT-D-V2
12/24 V DC: 2 W max.
ZEN-20C@DR-D-V2
12/24 V DC: 4 W max.
ZEN-20C@DT-D-V2
12/24 V DC: 2 W max.
CPU Units with three Expansion I/O Units
ZEN-10C@DR-D-V2
12/24 V DC: 4 W max.
ZEN-10C@DT-D-V2
12/24 V DC: 3 W max.
ZEN-20C@DR-D-V2
12/24 V DC: 5 W max.
ZEN-20C@DT-D-V2
12/24 V DC: 3 W max.

CPU Units with three Expansion I/O Units


ZEN-10C1AR-A-V2/ZEN-10C2AR-A-V2
100 V AC: 6 VA max.
240 V AC: 8 VA max.
ZEN-10C4AR-A-V2
100 V AC: 7 VA max.
240 V AC: 9 VA max.
ZEN-20C@AR-A-V2
100 V AC: 8 VA max.
240 V AC: 11 VA max.

Expansion I/O Units


ZEN-8E1DR
12/24 V DC: 2 W max.

Expansion I/O Units


ZEN-8E1AR
100 V AC: 3 VA max.
240 V AC: 4 VA max.

ZEN-10C@D@-D-V2: 30 A max.
ZEN-20C@D@-D-V2: 30 A max.
ZEN-8E1DR:
15 A max.

Inrush current

ZEN-10C@AR-A-V2: 4.5 A max.


ZEN-20C@AR-A-V2: 4.5 A max.
ZEN-8E1AR:
4 A max.

Ambient temperature

0 to 55C (25 to 55C for ZEN-@C2@@-@-V2 models)

Ambient storage temperature 20 to 75C (40 to 75C for ZEN-@C2@@-@-V2 models)


Ambient humidity

10% to 90% (with no condensation)

Ambient conditions

No corrosive gases

Mounting method

Surface mounting, DIN track mounting (standard (vertical) installation and horizontal installation) (See notes 1
and 2.)

Terminal block

Solid-line terminal block (use solid wire or fine-stranded wire)

Terminal screw tightening


torque

0.565 to 0.6 Nm (5 to 5.3 in-lb)

Degree of protection

IP20 (Mounted inside a control panel)

Note: 1. Can be mounted to 35-mm DIN Track.


2. Standard (Vertical) installation
Horizontal installation

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

Characteristics
Item

Specification

Control method

Stored program control

I/O control method

Cyclic scan

Programming language

Ladder diagram

Program capacity

96 lines (3 input conditions and 1 output per line)

Max. No. of control I/O points

44 points (See note 1.)


CPU Units with 20 I/O points: 12 inputs and 8 outputs
Expansion I/O Units: 4 inputs and 4 outputs each, up to 3 Units.

LCD display (See note 2.)

12 characters 4 lines, with backlight

Operation buttons (See note 2.) 8 (4 cursor buttons and 4 operation buttons)
User program backup

Internal EEPROM, Memory Cassette (optional)

Power interruption hold

Internal holding bit status, holding timer/counter present values, calendar and clock (year, month, day of month,
day of week, time)
Super capacitor backup time: 2 days min. (25C)
Life of optional battery:
10 years min. (25C)

Calendar and clock function


(See note 2.)

Accuracy: 15 s/month (at 25C)

Timer accuracy

0.01 s unit: 0.05% 10 ms max. (rate for set value)


min/s unit: 0.05% 1 s max. (rate for set value)
h/min unit: 0.05% 1 min max. (rate for set value)

Maximum counting speed

150 Hz: 8-Digit counter (F) set to high-speed operations (CPU Units with DC power supplies only)
(The counting speed may be less than 150 Hz depending on the cycle time of the program. See page 21.)

Insulation resistance

20 M (at 500 VDC) min.:


Between power supply terminals and all output terminals.
Between terminals of different output circuits.
Between all terminals of CPU Unit and all terminals of Expansion I/O Unit.

Insulation

Reinforced insulation
Between power supply or input terminals and output terminals.
Between terminals of different output circuits.
Between all terminals of CPU Unit and all terminals of Expansion I/O Unit.
No separation
Between power supply and input terminals of the same unit.
Between power supply terminals of CPU Unit and computer connector,
Battery Unit connector, or all Expansion Unit connectors (all interfaces are live parts).

Dielectric strength

2,300 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min (leakage current 1 mA max.):


Between power supply terminals and all output terminals.
Between terminals of different output circuit.
Between all terminals of CPU Unit and all terminals of Expansion I/O Unit.

Vibration resistance

Conforms to IEC60068-2-6, 5 to 9 Hz with 3.5-mm single amplitude, 9 to 150 Hz acceleration 9.8 m/s2,
10 sweeps each in X, Y, and Z directions (1 octave/min)

Shock resistance

Conforms to IEC60068-2-27, 147 m/s2, 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions.

Weight

CPU Unit with 10 I/O points: Approx. 300 g max.


CPU Unit with 20 I/O points: Approx. 350 g max.
Expansion I/O Unit:
Approx. 120 g max.

Note: 1. Up to 34 points for CPU Units with 10 I/O points. With Communications-type CPU Units, however, the CPU Unit has 6 inputs and 3 outputs, for a maximum
of 33 I/O points.
2. Not provided for LED-type CPU Unit without display (i.e., ZEN-@C2@@-@-V2 models).

Communications Specifications (Communications-type CPU Units)


Item

ZEN-10C4@R-@-V2

Communications

RS-485 (two-wire, half duplex)

Synchronization method

Start-stop synchronization

Baud rate

4800, 9600, or 19200 bps

Transmission code

ASCII

Data bit length

7 or 8 bits

Stop bit length

1 or 2 bits

Error detection

Vertical parity (none, even, odd), Block check character (BCC)

Flow control

None

Interface

RS-485

Retry function

None

Node number

0 to 99 (default: 1), XX (broadcasting)

Programmable Relay ZEN

V2 Units

Approved Standards
Item

Specification

Safety standards

cULus: UL508/CSA C22.2 No.142 Class I Div2


Conforms to EN/IEC 61131-2 clause 11, excluding 11.7.2.2 (Overvoltage category 2 and Pollution degree II
conforms to IEC 60664-1)

EMC
(See note.)

Radiation Field Emission


Noise Terminal Voltage Emission

CISPR11
CISPR11

Electrostatic Discharge Immunity


Electromagnetic Field Immunity
Electrical Fast Transient/Burst Immunity

IEC61000-4-2
IEC61000-4-3
IEC61000-4-4

Class A, Group 1
Class A, Group 1

In air: 8 kV, In contact: 6 kV


10 V/m
Power line
AC I/O: 2 kV
DC I/O: 1 kV
Surge Immunity
IEC61000-4-5
Normal Noise
AC power supply, AC I/O: 1 kV
DC power supply, DC I/O: 0.5 kV
Common Noise
AC power supply, AC I/O: 2 kV
DC power supply: 1 kV
DC I/O: 0.5 kV
Immunity to Conducted Disturbances Induced by Radio-frequency Fields
IEC61000-4-6
3V
Momentary Power Interruption Immunity
IEC61131-2
CPU Units with AC Power Supplies:
10 ms max.
CPU Units with DC Power Supplies:
2 ms max. (level: PS1)

Note: EMC conforms to EN 61131-2 clause 8 except in the following cases.


When Expansion I/O Units with DC inputs are connected to a CPU Unit with an AC power supply, the burst immunity between power
supplies will be 1 kv.
When the signal wire for transistor outputs exceeds 10 m, the surge immunity of DC output signal lines will not conform.

Input Specifications
CPU Units
AC Inputs (Not Isolated)
Item
Input voltage

Specifications

Input impedance

680 k

Input current

0.15 mA/100 VAC, 0.35 mA/240 VAC

ON voltage

80 VAC min.

OFF voltage

25 VAC max.

ON response time

50 ms or 70 ms at 100 VAC (See note.)


100 ms or 120 ms at 240 VAC (See note.)

OFF response time

Circuit drawing

100 to 240 VAC +10%, 15%, 50/60 Hz


IN 330 k 300 k
IN
51 k

Internal
circuit

100 to 240 VAC


N
L

Note: Can be selected using the filter settings.

DC Inputs: I0 to I3 for Units with 10 I/O points, I0 to I9 for Units with 20 I/O Points (Not Isolated)
Item
Input voltage

Specifications

Circuit drawing

12 to 24 VDC +20%, 10%

Input impedance

5.3 k

Input current

4.5 mA (typ.)/24 VDC

ON voltage

8 VDC min.

OFF voltage

5 VDC max.

ON response time

15 ms or 50 ms (See note.)

IN 5.1 k 1.8 k
12 to 24 VDC

IN
Internal
circuit
COM

OFF response time


Note: Can be selected using the input filter settings, except when I0 is being used for an 8-digit counter with a high-speed input.

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

DC Inputs: I4 and I5 for Units with 10 I/O points, Ia and Ib for Units with 20 I/O Points
(Not Isolated)
Item

Specifications

Input current

PNP:
NPN:

4.3 mA (typ.)/24 VDC


4.6 mA (typ.)/24 VDC

ON voltage

8 VDC min.

OFF voltage

3 VDC max.

ON response time

15 ms or 50 ms (See note.)

OFF response time


Input range

0 to 10 V

External input
impedance

100 k min.

150 k
IN

27 k

47 k
220 k

COM
47 k

12 to 24 VDC

Resolution

0.1 V (1/100 FS)

Accuracy

1.5% FS (at ambient operating temperature within


rated range)

6.2 k

Internal
circuit

NPN:

5.5 k/14 VDC min.


100 k/14 VDC max.
5.2 k

PNP:

Analog voltage
output device

Input impedance

Analog
Inputs

Circuit drawing

12 to 24 VDC +20%, 10%

DC Inputs Input voltage

5.6 k

AD conversion data 0 to 10.5 V (in increments of 0.1 V)


Note: Can be selected using the input filter settings.

Expansion I/O Units


AC Inputs (Not Isolated)
Specifications

Circuit drawing

100 to 240 VAC +10%, 15%, 50/60 Hz

Input impedance

680 k

Input current

0.15 mA/100 VAC, 0.35 mA/240 VAC

IN

ON voltage

80 VAC min.

IN

OFF voltage

25 VAC max.

ON response time

50 ms or 70 ms at 100 VAC (See note.)


100 ms or 120 ms at 240 VAC (See note.)

Off response time

Internal
circuit

Item
Input voltage

330 k 300 k
51 k

100 to
240 VAC
N
L

Note: Can be selected using the input filter settings.

DC Inputs (ZEN-8E1DR: Not Isolated, ZEN-8E1DT: Photocoupler Isolated)


Item

Specifications

Circuit drawing

Input voltage

12 to 24 VDC +20%, 10%

Input impedance

6.5 k

IN

Input current

3.7 mA (typ.)/24 VDC

IN

ON voltage

8 VDC min.

OFF voltage

5 VDC max.

ON response time

15 ms or 50 ms (See note 1.)

12 to
24 VDC

OFF response time


Note: 1. Can be selected using the input filter settings.
2. The ZEN-8E1DT has no +/- terminals. There is no need to supply power.

10

Programmable Relay ZEN

V2 Units

COM

6.2 k
(See
note 2.)

1.8 k
Internal
circuit

Output Specifications (CPU Units and Expansion I/O Units)


Units with Relay Outputs
Item

Specifications

Circuit drawing

Maximum switching capacity 250 VAC/8 A (resistive load: cos = 1)


24 VDC/5 A (resistive load)
Use the following values for the total of all outputs.
CPU Units with 10 I/O points: 20 A max.
(15 A max. for Communications-type CPU Units)
CPU Units with 20 I/O points: 40 A max.
Expansion I/O Units:
20 A max.

Q0 to Q3/OUT0 to OUT3
L

Electrical

Resistive load: 50,000 times (cos = 1)


Inductive load: 50,000 times (cos = 0.4)

Mechanical

10 million times

ON response time

15 ms max.

OFF response time

5 ms max.

COM
Models with
20 I/O points
only
L
Q5/Q7

The life under the worst conditions, of the output contacts used in
ZEN relay outputs is given in the above table. Guidelines for the
normal life of the relays are shown in the diagram on the right.
Note: The switching capacity, switching durability, and applicable
load area when actually using the relay depend on the type of
load, environmental conditions, and switching conditions.
Therefore, be sure to confirm these conditions for the actual
machine before use.

Life-test Curve (Reference Value)


Usage: 360 times/hour
Life ( 103)

Relay life

Q4/Q6
L

Internal
circuit

Minimum switching capacity 5 VDC/10 mA (resistive load)

1,000

250-VAC resistive load


24-VDC resistive load/
250-VAC inductive load
24-VDC inductive load
(t = 7 ms)

500
300

100
50
30

10
0

10

Contact current (A)

Units with Transistor Outputs


Item

Specifications

Maximum switching capacity 24 VDC +20%, 500 mA

Leakage current

Circuit drawing
Each circuit is configured with an independent common
circuit
390

0.1 mA max.

Q0 to Q3/OUT0 to OUT3
28.8 VDC max.

L
L

1 k

Residual voltage

1.5 V max.
Internal
circuit

ON response time

1 ms max.

COM
+
L

Q4/Q6

OFF response time

28.8 VDC max.


Models with
20 I/O points
only

1 ms max.
L

Q5/Q7

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

11

Connections
Input Connections
Units with AC Power Supply
Note: 1. Supply power to both the CPU Unit and Expansion I/O Units from the same power supply and turn them ON and OFF at the same time.
2. The input circuit commons for CPU Units with AC power supply are internally connected to the N terminal of the power supply circuit.
Wire the L terminal to the power supply of the input device.
3. The input circuit commons for Expansion I/O Units with AC power supply are internally connected to the N terminal of the power supply
circuit. Wire the L terminal to the power supply of the input device.

CPU Units with 10 I/O Points and Expansion I/O Units


100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
L
N
Circuit
protector

Input device

NC

I0

I1

I2

I3

I4

I5

CPU Unit with 10 I/O points

IN0 IN1 IN2 IN3

ZEN-8E1AR Expansion
I/O Unit (AC input type)

CPU Units with 20 I/O Points and Expansion I/O Units


100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
L

Circuit
protector

Input device

NC

I0

I1

I2

I3

I4

I5

NC

I6

I7

I8

I9

Ia

Ib

CPU Unit with 20 I/O points

IN0 IN1 IN2 IN3

ZEN-8E1AR
Expansion I/O Unit
(AC input type)

Connecting Expansion I/O Units with DC Inputs


100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

DC power supply

L
Circuit
protector

Input
device

Input
device
L

NC

I0

I1

I2

CPU Unit with 10 I/O points

I3

I4

I5

COM IN0 IN1 IN2 IN3

ZEN-8E1DR
Expansion I/O Unit
(DC inputs and
relay outputs)

COM IN0 IN1 IN2 IN3

ZEN-8E1DT
Expansion I/O Unit
(DC inputs and
transistor outputs)

Note: When connecting Expansion I/O Units with DC inputs to a CPU Unit with an AC power supply, the burst noise immunity will be 1 kV
(IEC 61000-4-4).

12

Programmable Relay ZEN

V2 Units

Units with DC Power Supply


Note: 1. Be sure to connect the COM terminal before turning ON the power supply. If the COM terminal is disconnected, or if the wiring is changed
after turning ON the power supply, a malfunction may occur.
2. Apply the power supply voltage through a relay or switch in such a way that the voltage reaches the rated value within 4 s. If the voltage
is applied gradually, the power may not be reset or unstable output operations may result.

CPU Units with 10 I/O Points


For Connections to Negative () Common (PNP Connection)
12 to 24 VDC

Input device
COM

CPU Unit with 10 I/O points

For Connecting Analog Input Devices to Input Terminals I4 and I5


12 to 24 VDC

COM I 0

I1

I2

I3

I4

I5

CPU Unit with 10 I/O points

Note: When connecting an analog input device, always connect the negative side to the COM terminal.

For Connections to Positive (+) Common (NPN Connection)

12 to 24 VDC

Input
device
+

COM I0

I1

I2

I3

I4

I5

CPU Unit with 10 I/O points

Note: When connected to the positive (+) common, I4 and I5 cannot be used as analog inputs.

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

13

CPU Units with 20 I/O Points


For Connections to a Negative Common (PNP Connection)
12 to 24 VDC

Input device
COM I0

I1

I2

I3

I4

I5

NC I6

I7

I8

I9

Ia

Ib

CPU Unit with 20 I/O points

For Connecting Analog Input Devices to Input Terminals Ia and Ib


12 to 24 VDC

COM I 0

I1

I2

I3

I4 I5

NC

I6 I 7

I8

I9

Ia

Ib

CPU Unit with 20 I/O points

Note: When connecting an analog input device, always connect the negative side to the COM terminal.

For Connections to Positive (+) Common (NPN Connection)


12 to 24 VDC

Input device
+

COM I0

I1

I2

I3

I4

I5

NC I6

I7

I8

I9

Ia

Ib

CPU Units with 20 I/O points

Note: When connected to the positive (+) common, Ia and Ib cannot be used as analog inputs.

Expansion I/O Units


Note: 1. Supply power to both the CPU Unit and Expansion I/O Units from the same power supply and turn them ON and OFF at the same time.
2. ZEN-8E1AR Expansion I/O Units with AC inputs cannot be connected to CPU Units with DC power supply.
3. The input circuit commons for ZEN-8E1DR Expansion I/O Units with relay outputs are each internally connected to one side of the power
supply circuit (COM terminal).
4. ZEN-8E1DT Expansion I/O Units with transistor outputs do not need to be connected to a power supply.

For Connections to Negative () Common


12 to 24 VDC

Input
device

Input
device
+

COM I0

I1

I2

I3

I4

I5

CPU Unit with 10 I/O points

COM IN0 IN1 IN2 IN3

ZEN-8E1DR
Expansion I/O Unit
(DC input, relay output)

NC COM IN0 IN1 IN2 IN3

ZEN-8E1DT
Expansion I/O Unit
(DC input, transistor output)

For Connections to Positive (+) Common


12 to 24 VDC

Input
device

Input
device
+

COM I0

I1

I2

CPU Unit with 10 I/O points

14

I3

I4

I5

COM IN0 IN1 IN2 IN3

ZEN-8E1DR
Expansion I/O Unit
(DC input, relay output)

Programmable Relay ZEN

NC COM IN0 IN1 IN2 IN3

ZEN-8E1DT
Expansion I/O Unit
(DC input, transistor output)

V2 Units

Output Connections
Units with Relay Outputs
All four relay output circuits in both CPU Units with 10 I/O points and Expansion I/O Units have independent contacts. CPU Units with 20 I/O points
have 4 independent contacts (Q0 to Q3) and the remaining four (Q4 to Q7) have 2 points/common. There are no restrictions for polarity.

Standard LCD-type CPU Units, LED-type CPU Units, and Economy-type CPU Units

Communications-type CPU Units

Load

Load

Q7

Expansion I/O Unit

OUT OUT
0
1
Load

RS-485

OUT
3

Load

OUT
2

Load

B (+) A ()

Load

Load

Load

Q2

Load

Q1

Q6

Expansion I/O Units

Communications-type CPU Unit

Q0

Q5

Load

Q4

Load

Q3

Load

Q2

Load

Q1

Load

Q0

Load

Q3

Load

Q2

Load

Q1

Load

Q0

CPU Unit with 20 I/O Points

Load

CPU Unit with 10 I/O Points

Units with Transistor Outputs


For CPU Units with 10 I/O points and Expansion I/O Units, all 4 outputs in the transistor output circuits have independent circuits. The terminals of
output have polarity given on the terminal block, but no problem will result from reversing the connection positions of the power supply and load.
For CPU Units with 20 I/O points, outputs Q0 to Q3 in the transistor output circuits have independent circuits and outputs Q4 to Q7 have 2 points
per common. The terminals of output Q0 to Q3 have polarity given on the terminal block, but no problem will result from reversing the connection
positions of the power supply and load.
Note: Do not exceed a cable length of 10 m when connecting transistor outputs.

Standard LCD-type CPU Units and LED-type CPU Units without Display

Q0 to Q3
Load

Load

+
Q6 Q7

Load

+
Q4 Q5

Load

+
Q3

Load

+
Q2

Load

Load

+
Q1

Load

Q0 to Q3

Load

+
Q0

+
Q3

Load

Load

+
Q2

Load

+
Q1

Load

+
Q0

CPU Unit with 20 I/O Points

Load

CPU Unit with 10 I/O Points

Expansion I/O Units


Expansion I/O Unit

+
+
OUT2
OUT3

OUT1

Load

OUT0 to OUT3
Load

Load

Load

Load

OUT0

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

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Nomenclature
Standard LCD-type, Economy-type, and Communications-type CPU
Units (Except for ZEN-@C2@@-@-V2 Models)
CPU Units with 10 I/O Points
Left side

Front

Right side

Power supply Input


terminals
terminals

Operation
buttons

Display
screen

Output terminals
(See note 1.)
Battery Unit connector
(Remove the seal to
connect the Battery Unit.)

Display Screen

Expansion Unit connector


cover (See note 2.)
Do not remove this cover until
connecting an Expansion Unit.

ZEN Support Software connector


(also used for Memory Cassette.)

Front
Power supply
terminals

Right side

Input terminals

I6

I7

I8

I9

Ia

Operation
buttons

Q4

Q5

Q6

Meaning

RUN

Display while in RUN mode.

ERR

Indicates an error.

Displayed when there is a


higher-level menu or ladder
program line than the one
currently displayed.

Displayed when there is a


lower-level menu or ladder
program line than the one
currently displayed.

Ib

20C1AR-A-V2

Display
screen

Displayed when a password


had been set.

Q7

Output terminals
Battery Unit connector
(Remove the seal to
connect the Battery Unit.)

Icon Meanings
Icon

CPU Units with 20 I/O Points


Left side

RUN ERR

ZEN Support Software connector


(also used for Memory Cassette.)

Expansion Unit connector


cover (See note 2.)
Do not remove this cover until
connecting an Expansion Unit.

Note: 1. With Communications-type CPU Units, the Q3 terminal is used as the RS-485 terminal. For details, refer to Output Connections on page
15.
2. Economy-type CPU Units are not provided with an Expansion Unit connector. Do not remove the cover.

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V2 Units

Operation Buttons
DEL Button

ALT Button

Operation Button Names and Operations


Button

Function
Menus

Cursor
Buttons

ESC Button

Writing ladder program

Setting parameters

Button input
bit
(See page 24.)

DEL

---

Deletes inputs, outputs, connection --lines, and blank lines.

B6 ON

ALT

---

Switches between normally open --and normally closed conditions.


Changes to connection line write
mode.
Inserts a line.

B7 ON

Up

Moves the cursor Moves the cursor up and down.


up and down.
Selects bit types and functions.

Moves the cursor up B5 ON


and down.
Changes numerals
and parameters.
B2 ON

---

Moves the cursor right B3 ON


and left.

OK Button

Down

Left

Moves the cursor right and left.

Right

B4 ON

ESC

Returns to the
Cancels the setting and returns to
previous screen. the previous operation.

Cancels the setting


and returns to the
previous operation.

B0 ON

OK

Selects the
Confirms the setting.
menu item at the
cursor position.

Confirms the setting.

B1 ON

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

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LED-type CPU Units without Display (ZEN-@C2@@-@-V2)


CPU Units with 10 I/O Points
Left side

Front
Power supply
terminals

Right side
Input
terminals

LED indicators

LED Indicators
Output terminals

Battery Unit connector


(Remove the seal to connect
the Battery Unit.)

ZEN Support Software connector


(also used for Memory Cassette.)

Expansion Unit connector


cover
Do not remove this cover until
connecting an Expansion Unit.

Front
Power supply
terminals

LED

Green Lit

Right side

Input terminals

I6

I7

ERROR
I8

I9

Ia

Status

Green Lit
Not lit

RUN

CPU Units with 20 I/O Points


Left side

Name
POWER

Red

Ib

Power is ON.
Power is OFF.
Operating
(RUN)

Not lit

Stopped
(STOP)

Lit

Error
occurred.

Not lit

Normal

20C2AR-A-V2

Q4

Q5

Q6

Q7

Output terminals
Battery Unit connector
(Remove the seal to
connect the Battery Unit.)

Expansion Unit connector cover


Do not remove this cover until
connecting an Expansion I/O Unit.

ZEN Support Software connector


(also used for Memory Cassette.)
LED indicators

Expansion I/O Units (ZEN-8E1@@)


Left side

Front
Power supply terminals

Right side

Input terminals

Output terminals

Expansion I/O Unit connector

Expansion I/O Unit connector cover


Do not remove this cover until connecting
an Expansion I/O Unit.

Precaution when Using Expansion I/O Units:


Up to three Expansion I/O Units can be connected.
When removing the Expansion Unit connector cover from the side of the CPU Unit, use a
Phillips screwdriver to remove the cover screw, and then insert a flat-blade screw driver in
the cover gap to remove the cover, as shown at the right.

18

Programmable Relay ZEN

V2 Units

Phillips screwdriver

Flat-blade screwdriver

Operation
Bits
Name

Symbol

Bit
addresses

No. of
points

Operation

Details
(See
note 1.)

Input bits

I0 to Ib
12
(See note 2.)

Reflect the ON/OFF status of the input devices connected to the input
terminals on the CPU Unit.

Expansion input bits

X0 to Xb

Reflect the ON/OFF status of the input devices connected to the input
terminals on the Expansion I/O Units.

Output bits

Q0 to Q7
8
(See note 2.)

The ON/OFF status of these output bits is used to control the output devices
connected to the output terminals on the CPU Unit.

Expansion output bits

Y0 to Yb

12

The ON/OFF status of these output bits is used to control the output devices
connected to the output terminals on the Expansion I/O Units.

Work bits

M0 to Mf

16

Work bits can be used only within the ZEN program. I/Os for external devices
cannot be made (i.e., all I/O is internal).

Holding bits

H0 to Hf

16

Used the same as the work bits. However, if the power to the ZEN is turned
OFF, these bits also maintain the previous ON/OFF status.

Timers

T0 to Tf

16

12

X: ON-delay timer

Functions are
selected from the
screen when
parameter settings
are made.

: OFF-delay timer
O: One-shot pulse
timer

Time units can be selected


from the following:
0.01-s unit: 0.01 to 99.99 s
min/s unit: 00 min 01 s to
99 min 59 s
h/s unit:
00 h 01 min to
99 h 59 min

F: Flashing pulse
timer

---

W: Twin timer
Holding timers

#0 to #7

Hold the present value being counted even if the trigger input or power supply
is turned OFF and continue timing when the trigger input or power is restored.

Counters

C0 to Cf

16

Reversible 4-digit counters that can be incremented and decremented.

8-digit counter

F0

Reversible 8-digit counters that can be incremented and decremented.


CPU Units with DC power supply support a high-speed counter up to 150 Hz.
For details, refer to 8-digit Counter Operation on page 21.

Weekly timers
(See note 3.)

@0 to @f

16

Turn ON and OFF during specified times on specified days.

Calendar timers
(See note 3.)

*0 to *f

16

Turn ON and OFF between specified dates.

Display bits
(See note 3.)

D0 to Df

16

Display user-specified messages, times, timer/counter present values, or


analog-converted values.

Analog comparator bits A

A0 to A3

Used as program input conditions to output analog comparator comparison


results. These bits can be used only for CPU Units with DC power supply.

Timer/counter
comparator bits

P0 to Pf

16

Compare the present values of timers (T), holding timers (#), and counters
(C). Comparison can be made between the same two counters or timers, or
with constants.

8-digit counter
comparator bits

G0 to G3

Used to compare the present values of 8-digit counters (F) and output the
comparison results.

Button input bits


(See note 3.)

B0 to B7

Used as program input conditions and turn ON when operation buttons are
pressed in RUN Mode.

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Note: 1. For details, refer to the indicated item numbers on the following pages.
2. CPU Units with 10 I/O points have 6 input bits (I0 to I5) and 4 output bits (Q0 to Q3). Output bit Q3 of Communications-type CPU Units,
however, cannot be output externally. It can be used as a work bit.
3. These input bits are not supported by LED-type CPU Units without display.

1. Additional Bit Output Functions


[: Normal

Set/Reset operation
S: Set

I0

I1
[Q0

A: Alternate
R: Reset

I2
SQ1

I3
RQ1

I0

I1

I2

Q0

Q1

Q1

Q0 will turn ON or OFF depending Q1 will stay ON once the execution Q1 is forced OFF when the
on the ON/OFF status of the
condition I1 has turned ON once. A execution condition I2 is turned
execution condition I0.
reset is used to turn Q1 OFF.
ON.

Programmable Relay

AQ2

I3

Q2

Q2 alternates between turning ON


and OFF when the execution
condition I3 turns ON.

ZEN V2 Units

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2. Using Timers and Holding Timers


X: ON-delay timer
Turns ON after set delay after the trigger input turns ON.
Basic Operation

Trigger input
Reset input

Trigger input

Setting

Timing

Present value
Output

0
Timer bit

Main Applications
When delayed operation or a time lag is required.

: OFF-delay timer
Stays ON while the trigger input is ON and turns OFF after a set delay
after the trigger input has turned OFF.
Basic Operation

Trigger input
Reset input

Trigger input

Setting

Timing

Present value
Output

0
Timer bit

Main Applications
Useful for OFF delay circuits for lights or fans

O: One-shot pulse timer


Turns ON for a set period after the trigger input turns ON and regardless
of how long the trigger input remains ON.
Basic Operation

Trigger input
Reset input

Trigger input
Setting

Timing

Present value

Output

0
Timer bit

Main Applications
Useful for set operations where operation is always required during a
regular period only.

F: Flashing pulse timer


Repeatedly turns ON and OFF in a set cycle while the trigger input is ON.
Basic Operation

Trigger input
Reset input

Trigger input
Timing

Setting

Timing

Timing

Timing

Output

Present value

Main Applications
Useful for flashing emergency lights or sounding buzzers as the output
for an alarm circuit.

0
Timer bit

W: Twin timer
Repeatedly turns ON and OFF in a set cycle while the trigger input is ON.
Independent ON- and OFF-time settings are possible.
Basic Operation

Trigger input
Reset input

Trigger input

ON-time
OFF-time

Timing
Timing
Timing
Timing
(OFF-time) (ON-time) (OFF-time) (ON-time)

Present value
Output

0
Timer bit

Main Applications
Useful for intermittent (ON/OFF) operation, such as that used for fans.

3. Using Holding Timers


X: ON-delay timer
Turns ON after set delay after the trigger input turns ON. The present
value is held while the trigger input is OFF.
Main Applications
To continue operation after momentary power loss or power interruptions.
Also can be used when delayed operation or a time lag is required.

Trigger input
Reset input
Setting
Present value
0

Timer bit

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V2 Units

4. Counter Operation
The counter bit turns ON when the counter value (present value)
reaches the set value (present value set value). The counter returns to
0 and the counter bit turns OFF when the reset input turns ON. Count
inputs are not accepted while the reset input is turned ON. The counter
present value and counter bit (ON/OFF) are held even if the operating
mode is changed or the power supply is interrupted.

Counter direction
specification input
Counter input
Reset input
Set value
Present value
0000
Counter bit

5. 8-digit Counter Operation


Count speed
H

High
speed

Operation
The counter bit turns ON when the counter value (present value)
reaches the set value (present value set value). The counter
returns to 0 and the counter bit turns OFF when the reset input
turns ON. Count inputs are not accepted while the reset input is
turned ON. The counter present value and counter bit (ON/OFF)
are held even if the operating mode is changed or the power supply
is interrupted.
High-speed Operation
For CPU Units with DC power supply, high-speed operation is
possible for input I0 only. (Maximum counting speed: 150 Hz)

Counter direction
specification input
Counter input
Reset input

Low
speed

Set value
Present value
00000000
Counter bit

Counting Speed of the 8-digit Counter


The maximum counting speed of the 8-digit counter is 150 Hz. When the ladder program volume is large, however, this speed will be less than 150
Hz. Calculate the cycle time and confirm the maximum counting speed using the following formula. The calculation serves as a guide only, so allow
a suitable margin in the actual machine.
Maximum counting speed = 1,000,000 Hz/ Cycle time (s) 2.2 Hz
Note: Even if the calculated maximum counting speed exceeds 150 Hz using this formula, the maximum counting speed will be 150 Hz.
Cycle Time Calculation Method
Cycle
time
(s)

Common
processing
time

Processing time taken


when Expansion I/O
Units are connected

Ladder program
execution time

Communications
processing time (only
for CPU Units with
communications)

Refer to the following table for ZEN execution times. The execution times are provided as a guide. External factors, button operations, execution of
ZEN Support Software operations, and timing of the processing affects the actual processing times.
Common Processing Time

Ladder Program Execution Time

Unit type

Common processing time

Standard LCD-type CPU Units,


Economy-type CPU Units, and
Communications-type CPU Units

850 s

LED-type CPU Units

200 s

Expansion I/O Unit Processing Time


Unit type
Expansion I/O Units

Expansion I/O Unit processing time


160 s per Unit

Communications Processing Time (only for CPU Units with


Communications)
Reading information

170 s

Writing set values

Twin timer: 11,000 s


Others: 6,000 s

Writing time information

820 s

30 s: Line containing program


7 s: Empty lines

Per line

Per output CPU Unit output bits (Q) 4 s

*1
*2

Expansion I/O Unit


output bits (Y)
Work bits (M)
Holding bits (H)
Timers (T)/Holding
timers (#)

15 s

Counters (C)/8-Digit
Counters (F)

13 s

Display bits (D)

Hour and minute (CLK)/Year and


month (DAT)/Month and day
(DAT1): 21 s
Timers (T)/Holding timers
(#)/Counters (C)/Analog
comparators: 28 s
Characters (CHR)/8-Digit
Counters (F): 38 s

Weekly timers (@)

4 s

Calendar timers (*)

1 s

Analog comparators (A)

3 s

Comparators (P)

7 s

8-Digit Comparators (G)

4 s

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

*3

*4

*5

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Example Calculation of Ladder Program Execution Time

00
01
02
03
04

I0

I1

I2

Ladder program execution time =


(30 5) + (4 3) + 15 + 4 + 7 = 188 (s)

[Q0

Q0

*5: P0

I3

*4: @0

[Q1

I4

*3: T0 (output)

TT0

@0

P0

T0

*2: Q (outputs) for 3 points

[Q2

*1: For 5 lines

6. Weekly Timer Operation (Only for Standard LCD-type, Economy-type, and Communicationstype CPU Units)
Weekly timer
mode
N

Normal
operation

Operation
Typical Timer Operation

Between Tuesday and Friday every week, the


weekly timer bit turns ON from 08:15 until
17:30.

Date setting

Time setting

24:00
Stop time

17:30

Start time

8:15
0:00

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thurs

Fri

Sat

Sun

Weekly timer bit

Timer Operation Extending Past Midnight

Between Tuesday and Friday every week, the


weekly timer bit turns ON from 23:00 until 05:00
the following day.

Time setting

Date setting

Start time

Stop time

24:00
23:00

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thurs

Fri

Sat

Sun

5:00
0:00

Weekly timer bit

Multipleday
operation

The weekly timer bit turns ON from Tuesday


08:15 until Friday 17:30 every week.

Date setting
24:00
Time setting

Stop time

17:30

Start time

8:15
0:00

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thurs

Fri

Sat

Sun

Weekly timer bit

Pulseoutput
operation

Date setting
24:00
Time setting

Start time

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thurs

Fri

Sat

Sun

Every week, from Tuesday through Friday, the


weekly timer bit turns ON for 15 minutes and
thirty seconds from 08:15.

8:15
0:00

Weekly timer bit


Operation time setting:
15 minutes, 30 seconds

7. Calendar Timer Operation (Only for Standard LCD-type, Economy-type, and


Communications-type CPU Units)
Dec 31
End date Sep 1
Start date Apr 1
Jan 1
Calendar timer bit
The calendar timer bit is ON between 1 April and 31 August.

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V2 Units

8. Display Settings (Only for Standard LCD-type, Economy-type, and Communications-type


CPU Units)
Backlight/display L0: No backlight; No switching to display function screen (See note 1.)
function screen L1: Backlight; No switching to display function screen (See note 1.)
switching
L2: No backlight; Switching to display function screen (See note 2.)
L3: Backlight; Switching to display function screen (See note 2.)
Display start
position

X (digit): 00 to 11
Y (line): 0 to 3

Display object

CHR

Monitoring

X00

X11

Y0 to Y3

Characters (Up to 12 characters - English, numerals, symbols)

DAT

Month/day (5 digits @@/@@)

CLK

hour/minute (5 digits @@:@@)

I4 to I5

Analog-converted value (4 digits @@:@)

T0 to Tf

Timer present value (5 digits @@.@@)

#0 to #7

Holding timer present value (5 digits @@.@@)

C0 to Cf

Counter present value (4 digits @@@@)

F0

8-digit counter present value(8 digits @@@@@@@@)

A: Can read settings during operation.


D: Cannot read settings during operation.

Note: 1. When L0 or L1 are selected to disable the display function screen, the display function screen will not be displayed automatically. Use
operation buttons to move to the display function screen.
2. When L2 or L3 are selected, the ZEN switches to the display function screen if the display function is enabled and the specified data is
displayed. The Main Screen will no longer be displayed. To display the Main Screen, change the CPU Unit to STOP mode.

9. Analog Comparator Operation


Example 1
(When comparison shows analog input
1 5.2 V)

Example 2
(When comparison shows analog input 1 is
analog input 2)

Setting
10.5
10.0

Converted value
10.0
Analog input 1

5.2
Analog input 2

00.0
0.0

10.5 V

00.0

10.0 V Input voltage

Analog
comparator bit

Analog
comparator bit

10. Timer/Counter Comparator Operation


Example 1
(When comparison setting is holding
timer #0 12 min 34 s)
Setting

Example 2
(When comparison setting is counter 1 (C1)
counter 2 (C2))
C1 present value

#0 present value

12 min 34 s
C2 present value
0
Comparator
bit

Comparator
bit

11. 8-digit Counter Comparator Operation


When comparison setting is
8-digit counter F0 12000000

F0 present value

12000000

0
8-digit counter
comparator
bit

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

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12. Specifications for Button Input Bits (Only for Standard LCD-type, Economy-type, and
Communications-type CPU Units)
The operation buttons are used to perform operations for input bits. They are useful when checking program operations or forcefully resetting
holding timers or counters.

ALT
Button input 7 (B7)

DEL
Button input 6 (B6)

Button input 5 (B5)


Button input 4 (B4)
Button input 3 (B3)
Button input 2 (B2)

OK
Button input 1 (B1)

ESC
Button input 0 (B0)

Password Function (Only for Standard LCD-type, Economy-type, and


Communications-type CPU Units)
The ZEN has a password function to prevent incorrect manipulation of ladder programs or settings data by other operators. When the password
(0000 to 9999) is set, the following operations will not be possible unless the password is input correctly.

Editing ladder program


Program all clear
Monitoring ladder programs
Changing/clearing password
Changing backlight OFF time
Setting input filter
Setting RS-485 communications

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V2 Units

ZEN Support Software Functions


Note: Always use ZEN-SOFT01-V4 as the Support Software for the V2 CPU Unit.

Creating Ladder Programs

Simulating Ladder Programs

ZEN ladder programs can be created with ease.

The simulation function makes it possible to check whether correct


operation is performed without connecting to the ZEN.

Note: The Edit Input Dialog Box is displayed when an input bit is
inserted. Timer, counter, and other parameter settings are also
set in the Edit Input Dialog Box. They cannot be set in the Edit
Output Dialog Box.

Monitoring Ladder Programs

Printing Ladder Programs

The operating status can be monitored from the Support Software by


connecting to the ZEN using a Connecting Cable (ZEN-CIF01).

Ladder programs and I/O comments, as well as timer, counter and


other parameter settings can be printed.

Note: Both RS-485 communications and the ZEN monitoring function cannot be used at the same time with Communications-type CPU Units.

The Support Software can also be used


to save files and edit comments.
Refer to the ZEN Support Software Operation Manual (Cat. No. Z184-E1-03) for details.

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

25

Dimensions
Note: All units are in millimeters unless otherwise indicated.

CPU Units
CPU Units with 10 I/O Points
ZEN-10C@@@-@-V2

Unit Mounting Holes

56
44

70
60

4.5
5.5

90

80

Note: Use M4 screws


for mounting.

45

Mounting Hole Dimensions


Two, M4

4.7
(Sliding: 13 max.)

CPU Units with 20 I/O Points


ZEN-20C@@@-@-V2

80
56
44

122.5
112.5
I6

I7

I8

I9

Ia

Ib

60 (112.5) *
* The dimensions in parentheses
refer to models with 20 I/O points.

20C1AR-A-V2

90

80

45

Q4

Q5

Q6

Q7

4.7
(Sliding: 13 max.)

Dimensions with Battery Unit


CPU Units with 10 I/O Points

CPU Units with 20 I/O Points


140

87.5
17.5

44

122.5

17.5

70

I6

I8

ZEN-BAT01

20C1AR-A-V2

45

45

Q4

26

I7

Programmable Relay ZEN

V2 Units

Q5

Q6

Q7

I9

Ia

Ib

Expansion I/O Units


DIN Track Hook
(Using Slide)

ZEN-8E1@@

Mounting Hole Dimensions


7.6
2

54

Two, 3.5 dia.

90

97

Two, M3

17.5

44

35

90

45

97

2
7.6

Power Supply Unit


ZEN-PA03024

70
60

90

56
44

45

80

Mounting Hole Dimensions


Two, M4

80

60
4.7
(Sliding: 13 max.)

Accessories (Order Separately)


Battery Unit

Memory Cassette

Connecting Cable

ZEN-BAT01

ZEN-ME01

ZEN-CIF01
Cable length: 2m

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

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Track Mounting Accessories (Order Separately)


Mounting Track
PFP-100N
PFP-50N

PFP-100N2

16

7.30.15
4.5

4.5
350.3

15

25

10

25

25
1,000 (500) *

10

25

15 (5) *

270.15

350.3 27

15

25

10

* The numbers in parentheses () are dimensions for the PFP-50N.

End Plate
M4 8
pan-head
screw

1,000

10

25

15

1.5

16
12

5
1.8

29.2

Spacer

10
6.2

PFP-M

25

25

24

PFP-S

50

35.5 35.3
1.8

34.8
44.3

11.5
10

M4 spring washer

1.3
4.8

16.5

Precautions when Selecting ZEN Programmable Relays


Changes in Comparison with Previous Models
The power supply and transistor output voltage ranges for CPU Units and Expansion I/O Units with DC power supply has been expanded to
10.8 to 28.8 VDC.
The width of Expansion I/O Units has been reduced by half and only 8-point models are available.
The connection method between the CPU Unit and Expansion I/O Units has changed.
Twin timer operation has been added to timers.
Multiple-day operation and pulse-output operation has been added to weekly timers.
An 8-digit counter and 8-digit comparators have been added.
The accuracy of analog inputs has been increased to 1.5% FS.
The timing accuracy of weekly timers and calendar timers has been increased to 15 s or less per month (at 25C).
Australia and New Zealand Daylight Saving Time (DST) settings have been added.
CPU Units with RS-485 communications and economic CPU Units have been added.
The heat slits in the cases of CPU Units and Expansion I/O Units have been removed to prevent foreign matter from entering.

Model numbers have been changed to reflect the improved functionality.


Previous Model Numbers
ZEN-@C@@@-@
ZEN-@C@@@-@-V1
ZEN-@E@@

(Pre-V1 CPU Units)


(V1 CPU Units)
(4E/8E-type Expansion I/O Units)

New Model Numbers


ZEN-@C@@@-@-V2
ZEN-8E1@@

(V2 CPU Units)


(8E1-type Expansion I/O Unit)

Memory Cassettes, Connecting Cables, and Battery Units have not been changed and can be used as they are with the new models.

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Programmable Relay ZEN

V2 Units

Precautions when Switching from Previous Units

Previous models of Expansion I/O Units cannot be connected to V2 CPU Units.


ZEN-8E1@R Expansion I/O Units with relay outputs need to be connected to a power supply.
A ZEN-@C@D@-D-V2 CPU Unit with DC power supply cannot be connected to an Expansion I/O Unit with AC inputs.
When connecting Expansion I/O Units with DC inputs to a CPU Unit with an AC power supply, the burst noise immunity will be 1 kV (IEC 610004-4).
There is no change to the 8 A per contact for relay output, but the total output for all contacts must be as follows:
Units with 10 I/O Points: 20 A max. (15 A max. for Communications-type CPU Units)
Units with 20 I/O Points: 40 A max.
Expansion I/O Units:
20 A max.
Always use the ZEN-SOFT01-V4 Support Software for V2 CPU Units.
Input wiring for CPU Units with DC power supplies differs from that for Pre-V1 CPU Units. Refer to the following diagrams.
V2 and V1 CPU Units

Pre-V1 CPU Units

COM wiring depends on whether a negative common or positive common is being used.
Positive (+) COM Wiring

Negative () COM Wiring

The input circuit common terminal is connected


internally to the negative () side of the power
supply circuit.

24 VDC

24 VDC

COM wiring required.

COM wiring required.

24 VDC

Analog inputs possible.


Input
devices
+

COM

Analog inputs possible.

Input
devices
+

Input
devices

COM

NC

CPU Unit with 10 I/O Points

CPU Unit with 10 I/O Points

CPU Unit with 10 I/O Points

Note: I4 and I5 (Ia and Ib for CPU Units with 20 I/O


points) cannot be used as analog input terminals.

Changes
Ratings and Specifications
CPU Units
Item

V2 Units

V1 Units

Pre-V1 Units

Rated power
Models with DC
supply voltage power supply

10.8 to 28.8 VDC

20.4 to 26.4 VDC

Power
consumption

See Ratings on page 7.

30 VA max.
(with 3 Expansion I/O Units connected)

Models with AC
power supply
Models with DC
power supply

6.5 W max.
(with 3 Expansion I/O Units connected)

Inrush current Models with AC


power supply

Models with 10 I/O points: 4.5 A max.


Models with 20 I/O points: 4.5 A max.

40 A max.

Models with DC
power supply

Models with 10 I/O points: 30 A max.


Models with 20 I/O points: 30 A max.

20 A max.

Input impedance

5.3 k

5 k

ON voltage

8 VDC min.

16 VDC min.

Input common

Independent common terminal

DC inputs
I0 to I3
(See note 1.)

4.8 k
Internally connected to
power supply terminal

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

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Item
DC inputs
I4 to I5
(See note 2.)

V2 Units

V1 Units

Input impedance

5.2 to 5.5 k

ON voltage

8 VDC min.

16 VDC min.

OFF voltage

3 VDC max.

5 VDC max.

Pre-V1 Units

5 k

Analog inputs Input impedance


I4 to I5
Accuracy
(See note 2.)

100 k min.

150 k min.

1.5% FS (at ambient operating temperature within


rated range)

10% FS (at ambient operating temperature


within rated range)

Control
outputs

8 A per output
Total for all outputs must be as follows:
Units with 10 I/O Points: 20 A max.
(15 A max. for Communications-type CPU Units)
Units with 20 I/O Points: 40 A max.

8 A per output

Relay outputs

Transistor outputs 28.8 V max.

26.4 V max.

Timing accuracy of weekly and


calendar timers

15 s or less per month (at 25C)

2 min per month

Mounting direction

Standard (vertical) installation and horizontal installation Standard (vertical) installation

Terminal block tightening torque

0.565 to 0.6 Nm (5 to 5.3 in-lb)

0.5 to 0.6 Nm

Connectable Expansion I/O Units

ZEN-8E1@ (See note 3.)

ZEN-4E@ and ZEN-8E@

Case structure

No heat slits

Heat slits

Note: 1. Units with 20 I/O Points: I0 to I9


2. Units with 20 I/O Points: Ia to Ib
3. Refer to page 32 for details on compatible combinations of CPU Units and Expansion I/O Units.

Expansion I/O Units


Item
Model

8E1 type
Unit with 8 I/O Points

AC inputs

DC inputs

4E/8E type
Units with 4 input, 4 output, or 8 I/O points

Input impedance

680 k

83 k

Isolation

No isolation

Photocoupler

Input common

Internally connected to power supply terminal

Independent common terminal

Input voltage

10.8 to 28.8 VDC

20.4 to 26.4 VDC

Input impedance

6.5 k

4.7 k

Isolation

ZEN-8E1DR: No isolation
ZEN-8E1DT: Photocoupler

Photocoupler

ON voltage

8 VDC min.

16 VDC min.

Input common

ZEN-8E1DR: Internally connected to power supply Independent common terminal


terminal
ZEN-8E1DT: Independent common terminal

Control output Relay outputs

Transistor outputs

8 A per output
Total for all outputs must be as follows:
Units with 10 I/O Points: 20 A max.
Units with 20 I/O Points: 40 A max.

8 A per output

28.8 V max.

26.4 V max.

Mounting screws

M3 (mounting holes on DIN Track hooks)

M4 (mounting holes on Unit)

Connectable CPU Unit

V2 CPU Units (See note.)

V1 or Pre-V1 CPU Units

Dimensions (H W D)

90 35 56 mm

90 70 56 mm

Case structure

No heat slits

Heat slits

Note: Refer to page 32 for details on compatible combinations of CPU Units and Expansion I/O Units.

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Programmable Relay ZEN

V2 Units

Other Functions
Item
Bits

V2 Units

V1 Units

Pre-V1 Units

Timer operation

ON-delay, OFF-delay, one-shot pulse, flushing


pulse, twin timer operation

ON-delay, OFF-delay, one-shot pulse, flushing


pulse

Weekly timer
operation

Timer operation, multiple-day operation, pulseoutput operation

Timer operation

Addition of bits

8-digit counter (1 counter, up to 150 Hz)


8-digit comparators (4 comparators)

---

Daylight Saving Time (DST) Setting

Manual, EU, US.


Australia, New Zealand

Manual, EU, US

Items set for password

Ladder program editing


Program all clear
Ladder monitoring
Password change/clear
Backlight shut-off time
Input filter settings
Node number setting (See note.)

Ladder program editing


Ladder monitoring
Password change/clear
Backlight shut-off time
Input filter settings
Node number setting

LCD contrast adjustment

Not possible

Possible

Menus

Node number
setting window

Node number setting window deleted (except for


Units with communications).

Node number setting window displayed.

Modem
initialization
window

Modem initialization window deleted (except for


Units with communications).

Modem initialization window displayed.

RS-485 communications

Models added with communications.


ZEN-10C4@R-@-V2

---

Economy-type CPU Units

--Economy-type models added.


ZEN-@C3@R-@-V2
Expansion I/O Units cannot be connected.
Other functions are the same as the standard LCD
models.

Note: Not displayed for V2 CPU Units except for Units with Communications.

Bits
Name

CPU Unit
V2 Units
10 I/O points

V1 Units

20 I/O points

20 I/O points

Pre-V1 Units
10 I/O points

Input bits

6 points

Output bits

4 points (See note.) 8 points

Timers

16 points

8 points

Holding timers

8 points

4 points

Counters

16 points

8 points

Weekly timers

@ 16 points

8 points

Calendar timers

16 points

8 points

Display bits

16 points

8 points

Work bits

M 16 points

Holding bits

16 points

Expansion input bits

12 points

Expansion output bits

12 points

Analog comparator bits

4 points

Timer/counter comparator bits

16 points

8-digit counter

1 point

---

4 points

---

8-digit counter comparator bits G

12 points

10 I/O points
6 points

12 points

6 points

4 points

8 points

4 points

Note: Output bit Q3 of Communications-type CPU Units cannot be output externally. It can be used as a work bit.

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

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Compatible Combinations of CPU Units and Expansion I/O Units


The Expansion I/O Units that can be connected to V2 CPU Units are different from those that can be connected to V1 CPU Units and previous
CPU Units. Expansion I/O Units with AC Inputs cannot be connected to V2 CPU Units with DC Power Supplies. Expansion I/O Units cannot be
connected to Economy-type CPU Units.
CPU Units
Version

CPU Unit type

V2

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Model

Supported
Expansion I/O Units

Standard LCD type


LED type
Communications type

AC

ZEN-@C1AR-A-V2
ZEN-@C2AR-A-V2
ZEN-10C4AR-A-V2

ZEN-8E1AR
ZEN-8E1DR
ZEN-8E1DT

Standard LCD type


LED type

DC

ZEN-@C1D@-D-V2
ZEN-@C2D@-D-V2

ZEN-8E1DR
ZEN-8E1DT
Not supported.

Economy type
V1 and Pre-V1

Power supply

Standard LCD type


LED type

AC

ZEN-@C3AR-A-V2

DC

ZEN-@C3DR-D-V2

AC

ZEN-@C1AR-A-V1
ZEN-@C1AR-A
ZEN-@C2AR-A-V1
ZEN-@C2AR-A

DC

ZEN-@C1D@-D-V1
ZEN-@C1D@-D
ZEN-@C2D@-D-V1
ZEN-@C2D@-D

Programmable Relay ZEN

V2 Units

ZEN-4EA
ZEN-4ED
ZEN-4ER
ZEN-8EAR
ZEN-8EDR
ZEN-8EDT

Memory Cassette and CPU Unit Combinations


Be aware of the following restrictions when using a Memory Cassette containing a program that was stored from a CPU Unit with a different version
of system software.
System software version
of CPU Unit used to write
the Memory Cassette

System software version of CPU Unit used to read the Memory Cassette
Ver. 1.0

Ver. 1.1

Ver. 2.0 (V1 CPU Units)


10 I/O points

Ver. 3.0 (V2 CPU Units)

20 I/O points

10 I/O points

20 I/O points

Ver. 1.0

OK

OK

OK

OK

OK

OK

Ver. 1.1

Restrictions (See note


1.)

OK

OK

OK

OK

OK

Restrictions
(See note 2.)

OK

OK

OK

OK

Ver. 2.0
(V1 CPU
Units)

10 I/O points Restrictions


(See notes 1 and 2.)

20 I/O points Restrictions


Restrictions
(See notes 1, 2, and 3.) (See notes 2 and 3.)

Restrictions
(See note 3.)

OK

Restrictions
(See note 3.)

OK

Ver. 3.0
(V2 CPU
Units)

10 I/O points Restrictions


Restrictions
(See notes 1, 2, and 4.) (See notes 2 and 4.)

Restrictions
(See note 4.)

Restrictions
(See note 4.)

OK

OK

Restrictions
Restrictions
(See notes 2, 3, and 4.) (See note 4.)

Restrictions
(See note 4.)

Restrictions
(See note 3.)

OK

20 I/O points Restrictions


(See notes 1 to 4.)

Note: 1. The display functions (display clear: -CD@ and day/month display: DAT1) cannot be used and will be ignored.
2. Only the memory area ranges supported by the pre-V1 CPU Units can be used for Timers, Holding Timers, Counters, Weekly Timers, Calendar Timers, and
Displays (i.e., only half of each).
3. Only 6 inputs and 4 outputs can be used in the CPU Unit I/O bits. Any others will be ignored.
4. Twin timer operation for timers, multiple-day operation and pulse operation for weekly timers, the 8-digit counter, and 8-digit comparators cannot be used.
New Zealand and Australia cannot be set for Daylight Saving Time (DST).

Support Software and CPU Unit Combinations


CPU Unit system software

Support Software
Ver. 1.0
ZEN-SOFT01

Ver. 2.0
ZEN-SOFT01-V2

Ver. 3.0
ZEN-SOFT01-V3

Ver. 4.1
ZEN-SOFT01-V4

Ver. 1.0 (Pre-V1 Units)

OK

OK

Restrictions
(See notes 1 and 2.)

Restrictions
(See notes 1, 2, and 3.)

Ver. 1.1 (Pre-V1 Units)

Restrictions
(See note 1.)

OK

Restrictions
(See note 2.)

Restrictions
(See notes 2 and 3.)

10 I/O points Restrictions


(See notes 1 and 2.)

Restrictions
(See note 2.)

OK

Restrictions
(See note 3.)

20 I/O points Not applicable.

Not applicable.

OK

Restrictions (See note 3.)

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

OK

Ver. 2.0 (V1 CPU Units)

Ver. 3.0 (V2 CPU Units)

Note: 1. The display functions (display clear: -CD@ and day/month display: DAT1) cannot be used and will be ignored.
2. Only the memory area ranges supported by the pre-V1 CPU Units can be used for Timers, Holding Timers, Counters, Weekly Timers, Calendar Timers, and
Displays (i.e., only half of each).
3. Twin timer operation for timers, multiple-day operation and pulse operation for weekly timers, the 8-digit counter, and 8-digit comparators cannot be used.
New Zealand and Australia cannot be set for Daylight Saving Time (DST).

Difference between ZEN Programmable Relays and PLC Ladder


Program Execution
ZEN Programmable Relays
I1

I0

I2
[ Q0

0
Q0
1
I3

[ Q1

2
I4

TT0

T0

OMRON SYSMAC PLCs

ZEN executes the entire


ladder program (up to 96
lines) from the first to last line
at one time. Each row is
executed in order from left to
right starting from the left bus
bar.

[ Q2

I1

[ Q0

1
I3
2

[ Q1
I4

3
4

TT0

T0

[ Q2

[ M0

M0

[ Q0

Q0

When the following instructions are executed, Q0 turns ON/OFF


at the same time as the other bits.
I0

I0

I0

M0

PLCs execute ladder


programs one rung (circuit) at
a time, starting with the top
rung and executing it in order
from the left. When the END
instruction is reached, the
program is executed again
from the first rung.

END

The ON/OFF status produced by an output contact will not be used


as the input contact status in the same cycle, but it can be used in
the next cycle.
I0

I2

Q0

Executed sequentially
from the bus bar.

Bus bar

I0
0

[ M0

M0

[ Q0

Q0

M0
1

1 cycle

1 cycle

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

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Precautions
System Startup and Program Changes

!WARNING
Serious human hazard may occasionally occur due to ignition or
rupture of the lithium battery used in the Battery Unit. Do not short the
battery terminals or charge, disassemble, deform under pressure, or
incinerate the battery.
Never use any battery that has been dropped on the floor or otherwise
subjected to excessive shock.

!CAUTION

Using the button switches.

Electric shock, fire, or malfunction may occur. Do not disassemble,


modify, or repair the ZEN or touch any of the internal parts.
Electric shock may occur. Never touch the I/O terminals, computer
connector, or Battery Unit connector while power is being supplied.
Electric shock may occur. Do not remove the Expansion Unit
connector cover unless an Expansion I/O Unit will be permanently
installed.
Fire may occasionally occur. Tighten the terminal screws to a torque
of 0.565 to 0.6 Nm (5 to 5.3 in-lb).

Precautions for Safe Use


Please observe the following precautions for safe use of this product.

Circuit Design
All interface connectors and battery connectors are live parts. They
may not be directly connected to a Safety Extra Low Voltage
(SELV) circuit or to accessible conductive parts.
For programming units and personal computers use only the
connecting cable ZEN-CIF01 (optional accessory) manufactured by
OMRON.
ZEN-CIF01 provides safe (reinforced) insulation between personal
computers and ZEN.
Provide emergency stop circuits, external interlock circuits, limit
circuits, and other safety circuits in addition to any provided within
the ZEN control circuits to ensure safety of the overall system in the
event of ZEN failure or external factors.
If the ZEN discovers an error during self-diagnosis, operation will
be stopped and all outputs will be turned OFF. As a
countermeasure for such problems, external safety measures must
be provided to ensure safety in the overall system.
Outputs from the ZEN may remain ON or OFF due to faults in
internal circuits such as output relay fusing or burning, or output
transistor destruction. As a countermeasure for such problems,
external safety measures must be provided to ensure safety in the
overall system.
Fail-safe measures must be taken by the user to ensure overall
system safety in the event of broken signal lines or momentary
power interruptions.
The durability of the output relays is largely affected by the
switching conditions. Confirm the operation of the system under
actual operating conditions and set the switching frequency to
ensure that adequate performance will be provided. Insulation
faults and burning in the ZEN may result if relays are used after
their performance has deteriorated.

Connecting Expansion I/O Units


Supply power to both the CPU Unit and Expansion I/O Units from
the same power supply and turn them ON and OFF at the same
time.
When connecting Expansion I/O Units with DC inputs to a CPU
Unit with an AC power supply, the burst noise immunity will be 1 kV
(IEC 61000-4-4).
Expansion I/O Units with AC inputs (ZEN-8E1AR) cannot be
connected to a CPU Unit with a DC power supply.

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Programmable Relay ZEN

Check the user program for proper execution before actually


running it on the Unit.
Disconnect the output lines from the system before testing
operation in any system in which incorrect operation can result in
injury or equipment damage.
Confirm safety before attempting any of the following operations.
Changing the operating mode (RUN/STOP).

V2 Units

Changing bit status or parameter settings.


Double-check all wiring before turning ON the power supply.
Refer to Cycle Time Calculation Method on page 21 and confirm
that the increase in the cycle time will not affect operation. If the
cycle time is too long, it may become impossible to read input
signals accurately. The increase in the cycle time will be particularly
noticeable when set values are written in RUN mode for a CPU Unit
with communications (ZEN-10C4@R-@-V2).

Installation and Wiring


Do not allow the ZEN to fall during installation.
Be sure that the DIN Track mounting levers, Memory Cassettes,
Battery Units, cable connectors, and other items with locking
devices are properly locked into place. Improper locking may result
in malfunction.
For surface mounting, tighten mounting screws to the following
torque.
CPU Units: 1.03 Nm max.
Expansion I/O Units: 0.46 Nm max.
Use wires with cross-sectional areas of 0.2 to 2.5 mm2 (equivalent
to AWG24 to AWG14) for wiring and strip them for 6.5 mm.

Handling
The environment of use for the ZEN is "Pollution degree 2" and
"Overvoltage category II" specified in IEC60664-1.
Always use the ZEN within the rated ambient operating
temperature and humidity. The rated ambient operating
temperature is 0 to 55C (25 to 55C for LED-type CPU Units).
If the ZEN is used near sources of heat, such as a power supply,
the internal temperature of the ZEN may increase, lowering the
durability of the ZEN.
Discharge static electricity from your body, e.g., by touching a
grounded metal plate, before touching any Unit.
The exterior of the Units will be damaged if it comes into contact
with organic solvents (e.g., benzene or paint thinner), strong
alkalies, or strong acids. Never allow such substances to come into
contact with the Units.
Do not apply voltages exceeding the rated voltages. Internal
elements may be destroyed.
Short failures or open failures may result from the destruction of
output elements. Do not use loads that exceed the rated output
current.

Maintenance
When replacing a CPU Unit, transfer to the new Unit and confirm all
settings for clock data, internal holding bits, holding timers, and
counters before starting operation again.

Transportation and Storage


Use special packing boxes when transporting the ZEN and do not
subject it to excessive shock or vibration or drop it during shipment.
Store the ZEN within the rated ranges. If the ZEN has been stored
at 10C or lower, allow it to stand at room temperature for
three hours or longer before turning ON the power supply.

Precautions for Correct Use


Installation Environment
Do not install the ZEN in the following locations.
Locations subject to radical changes in temperature
Locations with high humidity subject to condensation
Locations subject to excessive dust or dirt
Locations subject to corrosive gas
Locations subject to direct sunlight
Do not install the ZEN in locations subject to shock or vibration.
Extended use in such locations may cause damage from stress.
In environments subject to static electricity (e.g., close to pipes
conveying forming materials, powders, or fluid materials), separate
the ZEN as far as possible from the source of static electricity.
The ZEN is neither waterproof nor oil-proof. Do not use it in
locations subject to water or oil.
Use the ZEN within the allowable power supply voltage range. Be
particularly careful in locations with bad power supply conditions,
e.g., large fluctuations in the power supply voltage.
Do not install the ZEN in locations subject to excessive noise,
which may cause the ZEN to fail.
Take appropriate and sufficient countermeasures when installing
systems in the following locations:
Locations subject to strong electromagnetic fields
Locations subject to possible exposure to radioactivity

Power Supply
Always turn OFF the power supply to the ZEN before attempting
any of the following.
Assembling the ZEN
Connecting or disconnecting any cables or wiring
Attaching or removing the Memory Cassette
Attaching or removing the Battery Unit
If the power supply is interrupted for two days or more (at 25C),
the internal capacitor will discharge and internal bit status and the
contents of PV areas will be lost or corrupted and dates and times
will be reset. When restarting operation after the power supply has
been interrupted for an extended period of time, check the system
in advance to confirm that no errors will occur.

Handling
Connect connectors only after confirming that the direction or
polarity is correct.
Failures could result if dust or dirt enters the ZEN. Always connect
the connector cover to the computer connector whenever it is not
being used.
Do not remove the label from the left side of the CPU Unit if a
Battery Unit is not mounted.

Other
The execution of the ladder program in the ZEN is different from
that for other PLCs. Refer to Difference between ZEN
Programmable Relays and PLC Ladder Program Execution on
page 33.
Abide by all local ordinances and regulations when disposing of the
ZEN.
The Battery Unit (ZEN-BAT01, sold separately) contains a lithium
battery. Observe all applicable legal requirements for your area
when disposing of the lithium battery.

Programmable Relay

ZEN V2 Units

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Warranty and Application Considerations


Warranty and Limitations of Liability
WARRANTY
OMRON's exclusive warranty is that the products are free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year
(or other period if specified) from date of sale by OMRON.
OMRON MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING NON-INFRINGEMENT,
MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE PRODUCTS. ANY BUYER OR USER
ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE BUYER OR USER ALONE HAS DETERMINED THAT THE PRODUCTS WILL SUITABLY MEET
THE REQUIREMENTS OF THEIR INTENDED USE. OMRON DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
OMRON SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, 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.
In no event shall the responsibility of OMRON for any act exceed the individual price of the product on which liability is asserted.
IN NO EVENT SHALL OMRON BE RESPONSIBLE FOR WARRANTY, REPAIR, OR OTHER CLAIMS REGARDING THE
PRODUCTS UNLESS OMRON'S ANALYSIS CONFIRMS THAT THE PRODUCTS WERE PROPERLY HANDLED, STORED,
INSTALLED, AND MAINTAINED AND NOT SUBJECT TO CONTAMINATION, ABUSE, MISUSE, OR INAPPROPRIATE
MODIFICATION OR REPAIR.

Application Considerations
SUITABILITY FOR USE
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.
Take all necessary steps to determine the suitability of the product for the systems, machines, and equipment with which it will
be used.
Know and observe all prohibitions of use applicable to this product.
NEVER USE THE PRODUCTS FOR AN APPLICATION INVOLVING SERIOUS RISK TO LIFE OR PROPERTY WITHOUT
ENSURING THAT THE SYSTEM AS A WHOLE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO ADDRESS THE RISKS, AND THAT THE OMRON
PRODUCTS ARE PROPERLY RATED AND INSTALLED FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE OVERALL EQUIPMENT OR
SYSTEM.
PROGRAMMABLE PRODUCTS
OMRON shall not be responsible for the users programming of a programmable product, or any consequence thereof.

Disclaimers
CHANGE IN SPECIFICATIONS
Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on improvements and other reasons. Consult with
your OMRON representative at any time to confirm actual specifications of purchased product.
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
Dimensions and weights are nominal and are not to be used for manufacturing purposes, even when tolerances are shown.
PERFORMANCE DATA
Performance data given in this catalog is provided as a guide for the user in determining suitability and does not constitute a
warranty. It may represent the result of OMRONs test conditions, and the users must correlate it to actual application
requirements. Actual performance is subject to the OMRON Warranty and Limitations of Liability.
Note: This datasheet is provided as a guideline for selecting products. Do not use this document to operate the Unit.

ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN MILLIMETERS.


To convert millimeters into inches, multiply by 0.03937. To convert grams into ounces, multiply by 0.03527.

Cat. No. L106-E1-02

In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.

OMRON Corporation
Industrial Automation Company
Control Devices Division H.Q.
Analog Controller Division
Shiokoji Horikawa, Shimogyo-ku,
Kyoto, 600-8530 Japan
Tel: (81)75-344-7080/Fax: (81)75-344-7189

Printed in Japan
1006-0.3M (0406) (C)

Instruction Manual

9.6

Rootsblower WPB 25

9.6.1

Data sheet

C.C.JENSEN A/S
Lvholmen 13 DK-5700 Svendborg Denmark
Phone: +45 6321 2014 Fax: +45 6222 4615 filter@cjc.dk www.cjc.dk

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Instruction Manual

9.7

Condenser HP10-1 make Nissen

9.7.1

Installation and Maintenance Instructions

C.C.JENSEN A/S
Lvholmen 13 DK-5700 Svendborg Denmark
Phone: +45 6321 2014 Fax: +45 6222 4615 filter@cjc.dk www.cjc.dk

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10 EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

C.C.JENSEN A/S
Lvholmen 13 DK-5700 Svendborg Denmark
Phone: +45 6321 2014 Fax: +45 6222 4615 filter@cjc.dk www.cjc.dk

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EC Declaration of Conformity
Directive 2006/42/EC Annex II A
Manufacturer:

C.C. JENSEN A/S

Address:

Lvholmen 13
DK-5700 Svendborg
Denmark

hereby confirm that

CJCTM Desorber System

Machine type:

D30 PV-C2DE2

Phone: +45 63 21 20 14
Fax: +45 62 22 46 15
E-mail: ccjensen@cjc.dk

Batch no:

880878

is in conformity with

- the provisions of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/


EC, incl. the Annex 1: Essential health and safety
Requirements,
- the Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC on
material exposed to pressure > 0.5 bar, ref. to the
regulations of the Annex 1, article 3, part 3.

Std. classifications:

- Conformity is claimed to the harmonized standard:


EN 60204-1:2006
incl. the relevant normative reference standards.
The standards have been used as far as necessary
to declare conformity with the relevant directives.
Hereby there was made selections and modifications
according to Annex F 60204-1: 2006.

Further we confirm that

- electric equipment used in the machinery for


applications within certain voltage limitations is in
conformity with the Low-Voltage Directive (2006/
95/EC) and the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC on
Electromagnetic Compatibility.

Authorized responsible
(incl. compiling of the
technical file)

22.08.2012
Lars Qvistgaard (Quality Manager)