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    Omron CJ1W-SCU41-V1

    ItemDescription
    Device nameSerial Communications Unit
    ClassificationCPU Bus Unit
    Model numberCJ1W-SCU22CJ1W-SCU32CJ1W-SCU42CJ1W-SCU21-V1CJ1W-SCU31-V1CJ1W-SCU41-V1
    Serial
    ports
    Port 1RS-232CRS-422A/485RS-422A/485RS-232CRS-422A/485RS-422A/485
    Port 2RS-232CRS-422A/485RS-232CRS-232CRS-422A/485RS-232C
    ProtocolPort 1Host Link, protocol macro, Serial Gateway, No-
    protocol, NT Link, Modbus-RTU Slave, loopback
    test , or 1:1 Host Link can be selected for each
    port. *1, *2
    Host Link, protocol macro, NT Link, or loopback test can be
    selected for each port.
    Unit Ver. 1.2 or later also supports Serial Gateway, no-
    protocol, and 1:1 Host Link modes. (Note: The Serial Gateway
    can also be executed in protocol macro mode.) *1
    Unit Ver. 1.3 or later also supports Modbus-RTU slave mode.
    Port 2
    Number
    of
    mountable
    Units
    CPU UnitNone
    CPU RackA total of up to 16 Units, including all other
    CPU Bus Units. No
    restrictions on the mounting location.
    However, if an external interrupt task is used,
    the Unit must be mounted in one of the
    following slots on the CPU Rack.
    CJ2H-CPU6[]-EIP CPU Unit: Slots 0 to 3
    CJ2H-CPU6[], CJ2M-CPU[][] or CJ1G/H-
    CPU[][]H CPU Unit: Slots 0 to 4
    CJ1M-CPU[][] CPU Unit: Slots 0 to 2
    External interrupt tasks will not be started if
    the Unit is mounted to any other slot.
    A total of up to 16 Units, including all other CPU Bus Units.
    No restrictions on the mounting location.
    Expansion
    Rack
    Data
    exchange
    with the
    CPU Unit
    Ordinary
    refreshing
    of software
    switches
    and status
    Allocated 25 words of the 25 words in the CPU Bus Unit CIO Area (constant data exchange with the CPU Unit)
    Transfer
    from the
    CPU Unit
    set by the
    system
    Of the CPU Bus Unit DM Area, each serial port is allocated 10 words (total 20 words).
    Data is transferred from the CPU Unit at the following times:
    Startup or restart
    Ladder instruction: STUP (237)
    Port Settings Changing Flag turns ON (Auxiliary Area)
    Simple Backup FunctionThe CPU Unit's Simple Backup Function can be used to backup the Protocol Macro data in the Serial
    Communications Unit to the CPU Unit's Memory Card. The backed-up data can be restored or compared.
    (The Simple Backup Function can be used with the CJ1-H and CJ1M CPU Units only.)
    Current consumption
    *3
    280mA+x400mA360mA+x280mA+x380mA380mA+x
    Weight160g Max.120g Max.140g Max.110g Max.110g Max.110g Max.
    General specificationsConforms to general specifications for CJ Serise.

     

     

    *1. Serial Gateway: The Serial Gateway can also be executed in protocol macro mode. 
    *2. No-protocol: An external interrupt task can be executed when data is received in No-protocol Mode. If the CJ2H CPU 
           Units with unit version 1.1 or later and CJ2M CPU Units is used, the high-speed communications instructions 
           (DRXDU(261) and DTXDU(262)) can also be used. 
    *3. The current consumption is for one Serial Communications Unit. When an NT-AL001 Link Adapter is connected to the 
           Serial Communications Unit, power is supplied to the Link Adapter from the Unit. A current consumption of 0.15A 
           must be added for each Link Adapter that is connected. In the above specifications, “x” indicates that 0.15A must be 
           added for each port to which an NT-AL001 Link Adapter is connected to provide the required 5-V power supply.

     

    Protocol Specifications

    Host Link Specifications

     

    ItemDescription
    Communications modeHalf-duplex (Full-duplex for slave-initiated communications)
    Synchronous modeStart-stop synchronization (asynchronous mode)
    Baud rate *1RS-232C port and RS-422A/485 ports:
    1,200/2,400/4,800/9,600/19,200/38,400/57,600/115,200/230,400 bps *2
    Default setting: 9,600 bps
    Communications distance *1RS-232C port: 15 m max. *3
    RS-422A/485 Port:
    CJ1W-SCU[]1-V1
    500 m max. (total cable length: 500 m max., T-branch branch lines: 10 m max.)
    CJ1W-SCU[]2
    1,200 m max. (total cable length: 1,200 m max., Multidrop connections are possible. However, maximum
    cable length is 500 m if the NT-AL001 is used for RS-422A-485 connections.)
    Connection configurationRS-232C port: 1:1 (1:N (N = 32 Units max.) is possible using an Converting Link Adapters.)
    RS-422A/485 port: 1:N (N = 32 Units max.)
    Number of connected Units32 Units max. (unit numbers 0 to 31; unit number 0 is set for 1:1 connection)
    Frame structureC-mode commandsHeader: @, address: (host link unit number) 0 to 31 (BCD), data: header code +
    text, error check code: FCS, terminator: * +CR
    FINS commandsHeader: @, address: (host link unit number) 0 to 31 (BCD), data: header code
    (always "FA") + FINS header + FINS command + text, error check code: FCS,
    terminator: * +CR
    Error check codesVertical parity: Even, odd. or none
    FCS (horizontal parity converted to ASCII)
    Command flow and supportCommand flowCommandsContents
    Host computer to
    Controller
    C-mode commands1:1 or 1:N communications with directly connected
    Controller *4
    FINS commands
    (in Host Link protocol)
    1:1 or 1:N communications with directly connected
    Controller.
    Controller to host
    computer
    FINS commands
    (in Host Link protocol)
    Communications using SEND(090), RECV(098), and
    CMND(490) from CPU Unit. *5

     

     

    *1. Confirm the baud rates and communications distance supported by connected devices. 
    *2. The CJ1W-SCU[]2 is required for communications at 230,400 bps. 
    *3. The maximum cable length for RS-232C is 15 m. The RS-232C standard, however, does not cover baud rates above 
           19.2 Kbps. Refer to the manual for the device being connected to confirm support. 
    *4. The specified frame format must be prepared on the host computer and then sent. 
    *5. The host computer must interpret the commands and return a response in the correct format. 
           Connection between the host computer and Controller must be 1:1.

     

    Protocol Macro Function Specifications

     

    ItemDescription
    Number of
    protocols
    20 max.Can be created and registered with the Protocol Support Tool (CX-Protocol).
    Number of
    sequences
    1,000 max.
    Per protocolNumber of sequences60 max.
    Number of messages300 max.
    Number of reception
    matrixes
    100 max.
    Sequence execution conditionUsing the CPU Unit's PMCR (260) instruction (specifying the sequence number)
    Communications modeHalf-duplex or full-duplex
    Synchronous modeStart-stop synchronization (asynchronous mode)
    Baud rate *1RS-232C port and RS-422A/485 ports:
    1,200/2,400/4,800/9,600/19,200/38,400/57,600/115,200/230,400 bps
    Default setting: 9,600 bps *2
    Communications distance *1RS-232C port: 15 m max.
    RS-422A/485 port:
    CJ1W-SCU[]1-V1
    500 m max. (total cable length: 500 m max., T-branch branch lines: 10 m max.)
    CJ1W-SCU[]2
    1,200 m max. (total cable length: 1,200 m max., Multidrop connections are possible. However,
    maximum cable length is 500 m if the NT-AL001 is used for RS-422A-485 connections.)
    Connection configurationRS-232C port: 1:1 (1:N (N = 32 Units max.) is possible using a Converting Link Adapter.)
    RS-422A/485 port: 1:N (N = 32 Units max.)
    Number of connected Units32 Units max. (unit numbers 0 to 31; unit number 0 is set for 1:1 connection)
    Maximum
    number of
    data
    exchange
    words 
    between
    Controller
    and protocol
    macro
    function
    Operand setting250 wordsIncluding the word that specifies the number
    of words (1 word)
    Link word setting500 wordsO1, O2, I1, and I2: 500 words total
    Direct setting500 wordsMaximum number of words per data attribute
    Sequence
    contents
    (step
    common
    parameters)
    Number of steps per
    sequence
    16 max.
    Transmission control
    parameters
    X-on/X-off flow, RS/CS flow, delimiter control, or contention control, and modem control can
    be selected.
    Response notification
    method (operand)
    Scan notification: Writes the receive data to I/O memory during CPU Unit scanning.
    Scan method (fixed)Support
    Interrupt notificationNot support
    Interrupt notification for reception case numberNot suppprt
    Monitoring time during
    send/receive
    processing
    Receive wait, receive completion, or send completion can be monitored.
    Setting range: 0.01 to 0.99 s, 0.1 to 9.9 s, 1 to 99 s, or 1 to 99 minutes
    Link word settingArea in which data is exchanged between the CPU Unit and the Serial Communications Unit
    during Communications Unit refreshing.
    Two areas are possible for each device: An area for storing receive data and an area for storing
    send data. *3
    Step
    contents
    CommandsSend only (SEND), receive only (RECV), send and receive (SEND&RECV), wait (WAIT), reception
    buffer clear (FLUSH), ER-ON (OPEN), or ER-OFF (CLOSE)
    Repeat counter1 to 255 times
    Retry count0 to 9 (Only when the command is SEND&RECV)
    Send wait time0.01 to 0.99 s, 0.1 to 9.9 s, 1 to 99 s, or 1 to 99 minutes
    (Only when the command is SEND or SEND&RECV)
    With or without
    response write
    (operand)
    When receive processing is completed (when the receive data is stored in the area specified in
    the 4th operand of the PMCR(260) instruction), whether or not to store the received messages
    can be selected.
    Next processingWhen a step has ended normally, End (sequence completed), Next (proceed to the next step No.),
    Goto (go to the specified step No.), or Abort (interrupt the step and terminate that sequence)
    can be selected.
    Error processingWhen a step has ended abnormally, End, Next, Goto, or Abort can be selected.
    Send messageData sent to the specified address when the
    command is SEND or SEND&RECV.
    Consists of a header, address, length, data,
    error check code, and terminator.
    Receive messageData sent from the specified address when the
    command is RECV or SEND&RECV.
    Reception matrixWhen the command is RECV or SEND&RECV,
    sets the expected receive messages (15 max.),
    and switches to the next processing according
    to the message received.
    Specifies the receive messages and the next
    processing for each of cases No. 00 to No.
    15. Of the maximum 16 cases, one case must
    be set as "Other" in the receive messages
    (in addition to the set receive messages).
    Message
    unit
    contents
    Header and
    terminator
    data
    attributes
    ConstantASCII data, hexadecimal data, or control code
    Data
    attributes
    of
    addresses
    and data in
    send/
    receive
    messages
    ConstantASCII data, hexadecimal data, or control code (with an address, no control code is possible)
    VariableNo conversion, conversion to ASCII data, or conversion to hexadecimal data
    (the read/write direction can be specified)
    Designation
    method
    (X, Y)
    X: Effective address (where read from, or where written to)
    Y: Data size (1 to 1,000) *4
    XWord
    designation
    Word read
    (I/O memory
    to send data)
    Specify using the
    3rd operand of the
    PMCR(260) instruction.
    Set leading address
    + n (The linear
    expression aN + b,
    including repeat
    counter N, is also
    possible for n.)
    Specify using a link
    word.
    I/O memory direct
    designation
    Word write
    (receive data
    to I/O memory)
    Specify using the
    4th operand of the
    PMCR(260) instruction.
    Specify using a link
    word.
    I/O memory direct
    designation
    Wild card*Any data or address can be received
    (only in receive messages)
    Repeat counterN
    YLinear expression
    including repeat
    counter
    aN+ba: 0 to 1000; b: 1 to 1000
    N: Repeat counter value
    Wild card*Can be received regardless of the length
    (only in receive messages)
    Word designationWord read
    (I/O memory
    to send data)
    Specify using the
    3rd operand of the
    PMCR(260) instruction.
    Set leading address
    + n (The linear
    expression aN + b,
    including repeat
    counter N, is also
    possible for n.)
    Specify using a link
    word.
    I/O memory direct
    designation
    Error check codesLRC, LRC2, CRC-CCITT, CRC-16, SUM, SUM1, and SUM2 can be calculated.
    Maximum length of
    send/receive
    messages
    1,000 bytes. (A maximum length between 200 and 1,000 bytes can be set in the Setup Area.)
    Maximum number of
    data attributes
    registered in one
    message
    96 attributes *5
    Maximum number of
    write data attributes
    registered in one
    message
    30 attributes *6
    Trace function *7A total of up to 1,700 bytes (characters) of time-series data can be traced in send and receive
    messages.
    Changes to the step No. and control signals such as RS and CS can also be traced.

     

     

    *1. The baud rate and the communications distance sometimes depend on the remote device. 
    *2. A baud rate of 57,600 bps can be selected when using Unit Ver. 1.2 or later (115,200 bps is not possible). The CJ1W- 
           SCU[]2 is required for communications at 115,200 or 230,400 bps. 
    *3. Unit Ver. 1.2 or later supports continuous I/O refreshing in addition to the previous on-request I/O refreshing. 
    *4. The data size is the number of bytes on the transmission path. 
    *5. The CX-Protocol can be used to register up to 96 attributes per message. 
    *6. A macro syntax error will occur when the protocol macro is executed if more than 31 write attributes are registered in 
           one message. 
    *7. The CPU Unit is set to the RUN/MONITOR mode. (MONITOR mode is not available with the NJ-series CPU Units.) 
    Note: When using 2-wire RS-422A/485 communications in Protocol Macro Mode, set only modem controls for the send 
              control parameters, and do not use RS/CS flow controls.

     

    Serial Gateway Specifications

     

    ItemDescription
    Conversion sourceFINS commands (received through network (including Host Link FINS) or CPU bus)
    Conversion functionsThe received FINS command sent to the Unit's serial port is converted according to the FINS command code as follows:
    2803 hex: FIN header removed and converted to Compo-Way/F command.
    2804 hex: FIN header removed and converted to Modbus-RTU command.
    2805 hex: FIN header removed and converted to Modbus-ASCII command.
    The converted command is sent to the serial port.
    When the received FINS command is sent to the Unit (user-specified FINS command code), the FINS command is
    enclosed in a Host Link header and terminator.
    Converted formatCompoWay/F commands
    Modbus-RTU commands
    Modbus-ASCII commands
    Host Link FINS commands
    Enabled serial
    communications mode
    Serial Gateway mode or protocol macro mode
    Queuing functionsUp to five FINS commands can be converted and then queued for processing.
    Protocol macro
    execution processing
    When a FINS command is received during protocol macro execution, the Serial Gateway is executed using an interrupt between steps in the communications sequence. If the next step is a RECEIVE command, the Serial Gateway will not be executed until the next step. For other conditions, the interrupt is executed immediately. *1
    Response timeout
    monitoring
    The time is monitored from when the message is converted into the specified protocol using the Serial Gateway
    until the response is received (in Serial Gateway mode or protocol macro mode).
    Default: 5 s (setting range: 0.1 to 25.5 s) *2
    Send start timeout
    monitoring
    The time is monitored from when the FINS command is received until it is converted into the specified protocol and
    starts to be sent (in protocol macro mode only).
    Default: 5 s (setting range: 0.1 to 25.5 s) *3
    Send delayThe time can be set from when the message is converted into another protocol using Serial Gateway conversion
    until the data is actually sent. (Serial Gateway or protocol macro mode)
    Default: 0 s (setting range: 0.01 to 300.00 s)

     

     

    *1. The reception buffer is cleared during Serial Gateway execution. 
           The Serial Gateway can be prohibited in protocol macro mode by turning ON the Serial Gateway Prohibit Switch in the 
           CIO Area. 
    *2. When a timeout occurs, the FINS end code (0205 hex: Response timeout) is returned to the source of the FINS 
           command and a response is received after a timeout occurs. 
    *3. When a timeout occurs, the FINS end code (0204 hex: Remote node busy) is returned to the source of the FINS 
           command. The send processing will not be executed and the received FINS command will be discarded.

     

    No-protocol Specifications

     

    ItemDescription
    Communications modeFull-duplex
    Baud rate *1RS-232C port and RS-422A/485 ports: 1,200/2,400/4,800/9,600/19,200/38,400/57,600/115,200/230,400 bps *2
    Default setting: 9,600 bps
    Communications
    distance *1
    RS-232C port: 15 m max.
    RS-422A/485 port:
    CJ1W-SCU[]1-V1
    500 m max. (total cable length: 500 m max., T-branch branch lines: 10 m max.)
    CJ1W-SCU[]2
    1,200 m max. (total cable length: 1,200 m max., Multidrop connections are possible. However, maximum cable
    length is 500 m if the NT-AL001 is used for RS-422A-485 connections.)
    Messages
    (communications
    frame structure)
    Set either of the following types in the Setup Area in the allocation DM Area.
    1. Data only (without start code and end code)
    2. Start code + data
    3. Data + end code
    4. Start code + data + end code
    5. Data + CR + LF
    6. Start code + data +CR + LF

    Set in allocated DM Area
    (The start code can be included by setting it to between 00 and FF hex, and the end code can be included by
    setting it to between 00 and FF hex. To exclude the end code, set the number of receive data bytes.)
    Start codeNone or 00 to FF hex
    End codeNone, 00 to FF hex, or CR + LF
    Number of receive data
    bytes during reception
    Set the number of receive data bytes between 1 and 256 bytes (according to the DM
    Area settings) when frame structure 1 or 2 above is used.
    Sending messagesCJ: TXDU (256) instruction *3
    NJ: SerialSend instruction
    Receiving messagesCJ: RXDU (255) instruction *3
    NJ: SerialRcv or SerialRcvNoClear instruction *4
    Maximum message
    length
    Sending and receiving: Up to 259 bytes including the start code and end code (up to 256 bytes excluding
    start/end codes)
    Data conversionNo conversion
    Communications
    protocol
    None
    Message delay timeCJ:
    When the TXD (236), TXDU (256) instruction is executed, after the send delay time, the data is sent from the
    port. *3
    0 to 300 s (0 to 300,000 ms)
    (Can be set in 10-ms units depending on the DM Area settings)
    NJ:
    When the SerialSend instruction is executed, after the send delay time, the data is sent from the port.
    0 to 300 s (0 to 300,000 ms)
    (Can be set in 10-ms units: Set in System Studio or by using a device variable for CJ-series Unit.)
    Receive counterThe number of data bytes (0 to 256) received at the port can be counted.
    Reception buffer clear
    timing
    CJ1W-SCU[]1-V1
    The reception buffer is cleared immediately after executing the RXD(235)/RXDU(255) instruction
    CJ1W-SCU[]2
    With the DRXDU (261) instruction, you can specify whether the reception buffers will be cleared or not in a setting
    in the DM Area words allocated to the Unit. *3
    NJ
    SerialRcv instruction: After reading the receive data
    SerialRcvNoClear instruction: When the receive data size variable (Size) is set to 0 *4

     

     

    *1. The baud rate and the communications distance sometimes depend on the remote device. 
    *2. The CJ1W-SCU[]2 is required for communications at 115,200 or 230,400 bps. 
    *3. The DTXDU (262) and DRXDU (261) instructions can be used only when a CJ1W-SCU[]2 Serial Communications Unit 
           is connected to the CJ2H CPU Units with unit version 1.1 or later and CJ2M CPU Units. 
    *4. A Serial Communications Unit with unit version 2.1 or later, a CPU Unit with unit version 1.03 or later, and Sysmac 
           Studio version 1.04 or higher are required to use the SerialRcvNoClear instruction.

     

    Modbus-RTU Specifications

     

    ItemDescription
    ModeModbus-RTU slave mode *1
    Baud rate1,200/2,400/4,800/9,600/19,200/38,400/57,600/115,200/230,400 bps *2
    Default: 19,200 bps
    Data length8 bits
    ParityOdd, even, or none
    Default: Even
    Stop bitsOdd or even parity: 1 bit
    No parity: 2 bits
    Address setting range1 to 247 (broadcasting: 0)
    Frame formatSlave address: 1 byte
    Function code: 1 byte
    Data: 0 to 252 bytes
    CRC code: 2 bytes

     

    *1. Modbus-ASCII mode is not supported. 
    *2. The CJ1W-SCU[]2 is required for communications at 230,400 bps.

    Supported Commands

     

    Function code
    (hexadecimal)
    FunctionModbus name
    1Reads multiple bits from the CIO, Work, Holding, or Auxiliary Area of I/O memory.Read Coils
    2Reads multiple bits from the CIO Area of I/O memory.Read Discrete Inputs
    3Reads multiple words from the DM or EM Area of I/O memory.Read Holding Registers
    4Reads multiple words from the CIO, Work, Holding, or Auxiliary Area of I/O memory.Read Input Registers
    5Writes a bit in I/O memory.Write Single Coil
    6Writes a word in the DM or EM Area of I/O memory.Write Single Register
    8Executes an echoback test.Diagnostic
    0FWrites multiple bits in I/O memory.Write Multiple Coils
    10Writes multiple words in the DM or EM Area of I/O memory.Write Multiple Registers



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