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CJ1G PLC

SPU01-V2  High-speed Collection of System Data
The CPU Unit can collect large amounts of process data, operation data, inspection data, and other controlled system data quickly and automatically save the data in external storage media as CSV files.


Features

  1. There is no need to write ladder programming to collect data. Even with an existing system, just mount a SPU Unit and add it to the I/O tables to start data collection.
  2. Use specified times or events as triggers to record the contents of specified words in I/O memory in the CPU Unit.
  3. In Data Storage Mode, up to 65 data collection patterns are possible with one basic collection pattern and data collection patterns 1 to 64. Combine the collection patterns with events to simultaneously collect many different types of data.
  4. Collected data can be stored in PC cards or in a computer connected via Ethernet. Data Management Middleware can be used to make a few simple settings to store the data in a host computer.
  5. Recipes can be used to batch-write numeric or text string data, such as production parameters, in the memory areas of the CPU Unit. Recipe data can be saved in a Memory Card in the SPU Unit to easily enable process switchovers.
  6. SPU Units with a unit version of 2.1 or later also provide an FTP client. This enables sending files of collected data to an FTP server on a host computer, eliminating the need to write programming to store data in the host computer.

SPU Unit (High-speed Data Storage Unit)


Unit type

Product
name

Specifications

No. of unit numbers al­located

Current
consumption
(A)

Model

Standards

 

 

 

PC Card slot

Ethernet (LAN) port

5V

24V

 

 

CJ1 CPU
Bus Units

SPU Uni (High-sp Data Sto Unit)

si

t
eed
rage

 

CF Card Type I/II x 1 slot
Use an OMRON HMCFFnnn Memory Card.

1 port
(10/100Base-TX)

1

0.56

CJ1W-SPU01-V2

UC1, CF

Support Software


Product name

Specifications

Model

Standards

SPU-Console
Support Software

Functions: Unit settings, sampling settings, etc., for High-speed Data Collection Units (required for making settings for this Unit)
OS                : Windows 2000, XP, or Vista

WS02-SPTC1-V2

Option


Product name

Specifications

Model

Standards

SPU Unit Data
Management
Middleware

Function : Data files collected by SPU Unit Data Management
Middleware are automatically acquired at the personal computer, and can be registered in a database.
OS              : Windows 2000, XP, or Vista

1 license

WS02-EDMC1-V2

5 licenses

WS02-EDMC1-V2L05

Memory Cards

Flash memory, 128MB

Note:
Memory Cardis required fordata collection.

HMC-EF183

N, L, CF

Flash memory, 256MB

HMC-EF283

Flash memory, 512MB

HMC-EF583

Industrial Switching Hubs


Product
name

 

Specifications

Current consumption (A)

 

 

Appearance

Functions

No. of pors

Failure
detection

Model

Standards

Industrial

 

Quality of Service (QoS):
FtherNet/IP control data priority
Failure detection:
Broadcast storm and LSI error detection 10/100BASF-TX, Auto-Negotiation

3

No

0.22

W4S1-03B

UC, CF

Switching
Hubs

 

5

No

0.22

W4S1-05B

 

 

 

5

Yes

0.22

W4S1-05C

CF

Mountable Racks


Model

NJ system

CJ system (CJ1, CJ2)

CP1H system

NSJ system

CPU Rack

Expansion
Rack

CPU Rack

Expansion
Backplane

CP1H PLC

NSJ Controller

Expansion
Backplane

CJ1W-SPU01-V2

Not Supported

16 Units (per CPU Unit) *1

2 Units *2

Not supported

16 Units (per CPU Unit)
*1

Functional and Performance Specifications


Item

Specifications

Unit model number

CJ1W-SPU01-V2

Applicable CPU Units

CJ Series

Unit classification

CPU Bus Unit

Unit number

0 to F

Mounting location

CPU Backplane or CJ-series Expansion Backplane

No. of Units per PLC

16 Unit max.

Interfaces

PC card slot

Memory Card slot
Used by mounting a Memory Card. *

COMM port

Connects to an uninterruptive power supply (UPS) for detection of power failure.

Ethernet (LAN) ports

One port (10/100Base-TX, RJ45 Modular Connector)

UPS power failure input

None (UPS connected to COMM port.)

Settings and operation

Unit number switch (UNIT)

Rotary switch                 : Sets the unit number of the Unit as a CPU Bus Unit.

Select switch (SELECT)

Toggle switch                : Sets the number of the command to execute.

Enter button (ENTER)

Pushbutton switch : Confirms and starts execution of the command number set using the select switch.

DIP switch (DIPSW)

DIP switch                     : System settings

Card button

Pressed to release the Memory Card inserted in the Memory Card slot. The Memory Card can then be removed.

Indications

LED indicators

RUN, ERC, ERH, COMM, LAN1, LAN2, and CARD

7-segment display

  1. Displays error information and operating status of the SPU Unit.
  2. Displays the command number set on the select switch.
  3. Displays the IP address.
  4. Display other information.

Functions

  1. Sampling
  2. Saving files
  3. Network communications
  4. Recipe function

Operating modes

Data Storage Mode and Sampling Mode (Either mode can be selected with the Change Operating Mode command.)

Current consumption

5 VDC, 560 mA max. (SPU Unit only)
Other: Memory Card (HMC-EFDDD): 120 mA max.
(Supplied from Power Supply Unit.)

Dimensions

51 x 90 x 65 mm (W x H x D)

Weight

180 g max.

Detailed Specifications


Item

Specifications

 

 

Sampling patterns

Realtime sampling: Normal sampling :

1 pattern
Up to 3 patterns

 

Sampling Mode

Starting methods

Any one of the following methods can be used:

  1. Start automatically when SPU Unit is started.
  2. Start with an SPU-Console operation.
  3. Start with the SPU Unit’s front-panel command buttons.

(Specify the command number.)

  1. Start from the CPU Unit’s ladder program.

 

 

Interval

User-specified intervals: *1
Realtime sampling: 5 ms min.
Normal sampling : 100 ms min.

 

 

Data Collection Patterns

Basic Collection Pattern : 1 pattern (required)
Data Collection Patterns: Up to 64 patterns

 

Data Storage Mode

Starting methods

Basic Collection Pattern (required)

Any one of the following methods can be used:

  1. Start when a specified event occurs. (Use a memory event or scheduled event. For details, see the description of

Data Collection Patterns 1 to 64 below.)

  1. Start automatically when SPU Unit is started.
  2. Start with an SPU-Console operation.
  3. Start with the SPU Unit’s front-panel command buttons. (Specify the command number.)
  4. Start from the CPU Unit’s ladder program.

Sampling

(Unit Ver. 1.2 or later)

 

Data Collection Patterns 1 to 64

Either of the following methods can be used to start when an event occurs:

  1. Memory events:

Start when a CPU Unit bit or word value matches a spec­ified condition. Up to 500 memory events can be specified.

  1. Scheduled events:

Start at a specified time or time interval. Up to 16 sched­uled events can be specified.

 

 

Interval

User-specified intervals: *2 *3
Basic Collection Pattern: 5 ms min.
Data Collection Patterns: 100 ms min.

 

Data Storage Mode (Unit Ver. 2.0 or later)

Copy option

Basic Collection Pattern: Cannot be set.
Data Collection Patterns: Up to 10 patterns.

 

 

Applicable CPU
Unit I/O memory areas

CIO Area, WR Area, HR Area, AR Area, DM Area, and EM Area banks 0 to C (CJ2: 0 to 18)

 

 

Specifying I/O

Specify the desired CPU Unit I/O memory area (data area) with a variable.
The data type can be specified with the variable.
The variables can be managed in groups.

 

Shared Sampling Mode and

memory areas

Variable data types

BOOL, INT, UINT, DINT, UDINT, REAL, LREAL, STRING, CHANNEL, UINT BCD, UDINT BCD, WORD, DWORD, CHANNEL BLOCK

 

Data Storage Mode settings

Record Condition setting

Set whether or not to use a record condition.
If a record condition is used, sampling data is stored within the SPU Unit only when the record condition is met. For example, sampling data can be recorded only while a specified bit is ON or a specified word contains a particular value (comparison).

 

 

Data exchange with the CPU Unit

CPU Bus Unit Area

  1. CPU Unit to SPU Unit: Command execution (such as starting/stopping sam­pling, clearing a sampling file, or saving a sampling file).
  2. SPU Unit to CPU Unit: SPU Unit status information

 

 

Collected data file format

CSV files

Indices (record number), time stamps (hh:mm:ss:ms), ns,

 

 

Record contents

sampling indices (serial numbers starting at 0 when sam­pling is started), data for each symbol delimited with com­ma, records delimited with carriage returns

Saving files

 

Number of sampling result records stored in one file

Any one of the following methods can be used.

  1. The number of records can be specified.
  2. A time period can be specified. (The number of records is calculated automat­ically from the time period and interval between samples.)
  3. With a version 1.2 or later SPU Unit, the number of records can be left unspec­ified. (In this case, data is added to the file until data collection is stopped. Records are added to one file from the start of data collection until the end.)

 

 

Scaling

Instead of directly storing the values collected from the CPU Unit’s I/O memory, the collected values can be scaled with a linear equation or upper/lower limit range before storage (unit version 1.2 or later).

 

 

File size

2 GB per file

 

 

Record size

Specified by user.

 

 

Number of records

Specified by user or calculated automatically.

 

 

Saving method

Data can be saved to a single file or multiple files (up to 1,200 files).

Network communications

 

Windows network shared folders

Files in the Memory Card inserted in the PC card slot in the SPU Unit can be shared with a Windows 2000/XP/Vista personal computer.

 

 

FTP

FTP server/client provided.

Network communications

FINS
communications

  1. FINS server to execute FINS command
  2. Routing to transfer FINS messages

 

 

 

Number of fields

10,000

 

 

Recipe files

File format: CSV
The file size is restricted by the size of file that can be stored in the recipe folder. Records : Specified by the user.

 

 

Number of records

No limit, but restricted by the file size that can be stored in the recipe folder.

Recipe function

Data Storage Mode

Writing method

Conversion method: Each field is written to the specified address in the specified data type.
Continuous region method: Data written to continuos memory addresses.

(Unit Ver. 2.0 or later)

Searching for recipe keys

Searching within files : The text string that was passed as the key is searched for in the target search columns in the recipe files and the rows for any matches that are found are extracted as recipe data.
Searching for file names: The text string that was passed as the key is searched for in the recipe file names (i.e., a search is made for key.csv), and the files with matching files names are used as recipe files just like previous versions.
Key list search                           : A search is made for recipe keys with the method
used for unit version 2.0.

SPU-Console Specifications


Item

Specifications

Model number

WS02-SPTC1-V2 (SPU-Console Ver. 2.1)

System requirements

Computer hardware

Computer that meets the system requirements for Microsoft Windows XP Professional

CD-ROM drive

Required for installation.

Display

Super VGA (800 x 600) or better high-resolution video adapter and monitor

Mouse

Must conform to the models supported by the applicable OS.

Network card

A separate Ethernet network card is required for computers that do not have a LAN port.

OS

Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Microsoft Windows Vista

Application platform

Microsoft.NET Framework Version 1.1
Microsoft.NET Framework Version 2.0

Communications platform

FinsGateway Version 2003

Functions

Unit information, Unit setup, variable settings, collection pattern settings, event settings, recipe set­tings, trend graphs, and reports

Unit information

Monitor

SPU Unit operating status and error information are displayed.

Operation

Operations, such as starting sampling

Unit setup

IP network settings

FINS network settings

Variable settings

Setting items to sample (by specifying I/O memory addresses using variables)

Collection pattern settings

Collection pattern settings (period, file designations for saving, etc.)

Recipe settings (Data Storage Mode)

Recipe settings (recipe file, write destination, key, etc.)

Event settings
(in Data Storage Mode)

Memory event settings

Settings for conditions according to changes in memory (e.g., bits turning ON)

Scheduler settings

Settings for schedules (e.g., specific times, time intervals)

Trend graphs

Historical trends

CSV files are read and displayed.

Realtime trends (Sampling Mode)

Current sampling data is read and displayed in trend graphics in real time.

EDMS Specifications


Item

Description

Model

WS02-EDMC1-V2

System requirements

Processor

Intel Pentium, Celeron, or compatible processor

CD-ROM drive

Required for installation

Display

Super VGA (800 x 600) or better high-resolution video adaptor and monitor

Mouse

Mouse supported by the applicable OS.

Network card

Computers without a LAN port require an Ethernet network card (sold separately).

 

Item

Description

System requirements

OS

Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Microsoft Windows 2003 Server
Microsoft Windows Vista

Application platform (execution environment)

Microsoft .NET Framework version 1.1
Microsoft Data Access component 2.6 or later

Communications platform

FinsGateway version 2003

Other software requirements

SPU-Console (sold separately) required to input SPU Unit settings.

Registration of applicable SPU Units

SPU Units can be registered by specifying the IP address and name of the Unit (same for the SPU-Console).

Copy function

Copies files from the Memory Card in a registered SPU Unit to a specified folder on a computer hard disk. The function is enabled only when two or more is set in the Number of files Field from the SPU- Console.

Settable number of copies

256 max.

Copy start conditions

Start Button or automatically on computer startup.

Copy timing

Files will be saved to the computer hard disk over the network automatically when copying is enabled (data collection has stopped or files have been transferred).

Storage location

Any specified folder

Saved file name

File names can be created automatically using one or any com­bination of the following objects: Any text string, the name of the copy, the name of the source SPU Unit, the time or date (month, day, year) the file was copied, consecutive file numbers, the date or time of the start record, and the date or time of the last record.

Copy monitoring cycle

Settable cycle for monitoring when copying is enabled.
Default: 10 s

Status indicators

Used to check starting, started (monitoring copying), copying, stopped, and error status conditions.

Log display

Press the Display of log Button to display the operating status or an error log list that shows the month/day/year, time, event ID, and description.

Database storage function

Data files that are copied to a specified folder on a computer hard disk are stored in a database. The function is enabled only when three or more is set in the Number of files Field from the SPU-Console.

Settable number of data base stor­age services

65 max.

Database storage start conditions

Start Button or automatically on computer startup.

Storage timing

Files will be automatically stored in the database as soon as storable files are detected.

Applicable databases

Microsoft Access                        2000,    2002,    2003
Microsoft SQL Server 2000, 2005
Oracle Database                       10g2

Copy folder monitoring cycle

Settable cycle for monitoring when there are storable files. Default: 10 s

Status indicators

Used to check whether storage is in progress (monitoring for storable files) or stopped.

Log display

Press the Display of log Button to display the operating status or an error log list that shows the month/day/year, time, and de­scription.

SPU clock synchronization function

The SPU Unit (version 1.2 or later only) and CPU Unit clocks are periodically synchronized with the computer clock.

Software Package Contents


Unit version of --—SPU Unit
Function

Unit Ver. 1.0

Unit Ver. 1.2

Unit Ver. 1.3

Unit Ver. 2.0

Unit Ver.2.1

Data Storage Mode added as a sampling operat­ing mode.

Not supported

Supported

Scaling function for collection data

Not supported

Supported

Recording without specifying the number of records

Not supported

Supported

Terminology changes

Sampling Condition setting

Record Condition setting

Recipe function

Not supported

Supported

Expanded recipe function

Not supported

Not supported |             Supported

Copy option

Not supported

Supported

CHANNEL_BLOCK data type added

Not supported

Supported

FTP communications

Not supported

Not supported |             Supported

SPU-Console Compatibility with Unit Versions of SPU Units

SPU-Console version

Unit Ver. 1.0

Unit Ver. 1.2

Unit Ver. 1.3

Unit Ver. 2.0

Unit Ver. 2.1

SPU-Console Ver.1.0

Can be connected.

Cannot be connected.

Cannot be connected.

Cannot be connected.

Cannot be connected.

SPU-Console Ver.1.2

Can be connected, but operates as the unit version that is the same as the unit version of the Unit. (Operates as SPU- Console Ver. 1.0.)

Cannot be connected.

Cannot be connected.

Cannot be connected.

Cannot be connected.

SPU-Console Ver.1.3

Can be connected, but operates as the unit version that is the same as the unit version of the Unit. (Operates as SPU- Console Ver. 1.2.)

Can be connected.

Cannot be connected.

Cannot be connected.

SPU-Console Ver.2.0

Can be connected, but operates as the unit version that is the same as the unit version of the Unit. (Operates as SPU- Console Ver. 1.3.)

Can be connected.

Can be connected.

SPU-Console Ver.2.1

Can be connected, but operates as the unit version that is the same as the unit version of the Unit. (Operates as SPU- Console Ver. 2.0.)

Can be connected.